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Interview With Body Surfer Nick Betts
"Welcome back to the Costa Athlete Program I'm your host chef. Today, we are joined by one of the men who has helped shape one of the biggest brains and body surfing and skin diving or free diving depending on what you choose to identify as we have on the man, the myth, the legend one of the is behind the camera, the Great Nick Nick so good to have you on the show. Absolutely Beerman so I have to ask right off the top. How. Did you get hooked up with because you and Matlin Gio did I pronounce his last name correctly Lingo. Lingo. Thank you. Everybody listened to the show Torius mispronouncing of names between the two of you. You guys are responsible for the majority of public images released by Ert. How'd you get hooked up hooked up with them in the first place? Actually, not really think about it might be a kind of a blurry stories. So there's a thousand, acre, ranch out east in San. Diego that. I am kind of Co.. Owners of I don't own the ranch, but Munich Jake we. Have kind of put together. What is called earlier twenty ranch and Jake's families owned this thousand Acre property since nineteen twelve and as fifty five. Acre Lake on. A. Cabin. In all kinds of different terrain and stuff like that. So years ago through the rest of a group that started, which is rescued watches also on by rob. Smith We met through him in new that was formerly snipers. So they asked me to come out in check out the ranch in need do some schouten. Stuff. So I went out there and I saw we we're able to shoot to like twenty, six hundred meters and I j like you have no idea what you have here. In will only get some boys out here jigs former military he was air. Force. So. Through my connections, I knew mad at the time and we brought matt out there and just shooting various guns and kind of started doing some photo shoots. No quick just because I want to. I want to date for the audience. 'CAUSE as everybody knows like five years ago gun content could help you when the algorithm whereas now you don't necessarily see the same level of push. So at what point was this this forming up happening? This is probably in twenty seventeen. And So maddie and out in and. That's how I got introduced again and then started doing. Random shoots through MAC. and. Become really close with with union the rest of his family. Really, really big into the brand and and what it stood for. In. The logos and designs in the Surf Culture that was speculating waiting so I ended up getting connected with them through that we do some dies up support any way that I could. has now kind of worked for clandestine media. which the huge military media company does a lot of shoots for a lot of the major manufacturers and kind of had to take a step away because he's been on the road for weeks and weeks and weeks at a time and so ian reach out to the announcement. Step into fill Matt's shoes which are big shoes to fill in. More than happy to do so.
What's the Largest Lake in the World?
"Siberia's Lake Cal is not your average. Lake. At forty, nine miles wide by three hundred and ninety, five miles long that seventy, nine by six, hundred and thirty, five kilometers. It's the world's largest freshwater lake and with history that dates back twenty, five, million years it's also Earth's oldest. But size and age aren't the only things that make this. Lake. Special. Lake by cow is also home to more than three thousand, seven, hundred different species, many of which are only found in the Baikal region. That's why by cows often considered the Galapagos of Russia. No in case it's bio-diversity doesn't dazzle you here's another but Julia fact. Lake by cow has its own version of the Loch ness monster. Its name translates to water dragon master and it's described as a giant sturgeon with a prominent stout, an armored plating along the back. The monsters history goes back centuries with ancient carvings depicting this terrifying creature. Interest peaked we thought. So here's a starter guide to this ancient beautiful and mysterious late, which is by the way a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lake Baikal is located in southern Russia near the border of Mongolia, its depth of five thousand, three, hundred feet about one thousand, six, hundred meters makes it the world's deepest lake about five hundred feet or two hundred meters it's also famous for its clarity of water and ice. When the lake is frozen, you can see dozens of meters or hundreds of feet down. And as we said at the top, it's also the world's largest lake that size twelve, thousand, two, hundred, square miles, or thirty one, thousand, six, hundred square kilometers makes it comparable in volume to the entire Amazon Basin? A first scale? It reportedly takes about three hundred and thirty years for single water molecule to flow from inlet to inlet. So. How did like by cow get so massive About twenty, five, million ago lake by CAL formed through fractures and shifting within Earth's crust. It wasn't Lake Baikal as we know it. Now, though experts believe it was a series of lakes similar to the Great Lakes in the United States while scientists aren't positive how lake by CAL went for many lakes to the behemoth. It is today they do have theories. It could have been sinking earth erosion earthquakes or increased water from melting glaciers although it's likely a mix of these factors and more. That unifying change took place in the pleasing epoch about five point three to two point five million years ago. But this lake isn't finished growing. It's expanding at a rate of about point seven inches to centimeters every year at the same speed at which Africa in South America are drifting apart. At this speed, some scientists believe lake by Baikal is actually an ocean in the making. The lake boasts twenty-seven islands, the largest of which spans two, hundred, eighty square miles or seven, hundred, twenty, five square kilometers and has its own lake mountains and the population of fifteen hundred residents. The locals connected to power van underwater cable in two, thousand and five, and we're connected to the Internet shortly after. Some Call Lake by Cao, the Galapagos of Russia not only because it has an impressive array of those nearly four thousand species but also because eighty percent of those animals are found nowhere else. One reason for this unique biodiversity is the lakes. Array of hydrothermal vents which are commonly found in oceans but lake by cow is the only freshwater lake known to have them. Cold water from the lake enters cracks in the Earth's crust through these hydrothermal vents. When the water reaches magma, it heats up, then returns resurfacing with minerals and heat. These rich minerals are probably the reason some of the lakes most unusual species were able to develop including several unique fish and the nerpa seal species, which is the only exclusively freshwater seal species in the world and its evolution is mysterious and some scientists believe it arrived by a prehistoric river from the Arctic But beyond seals fish other common animals found in the forests and mountains surrounding Lake Baikal include. Elk. Reindeer links wild-boar, and of course, the lakes frequently reported water dragon master. And this ancient lake has another air of mystery about it. UFO sightings. Many locals have reported strange lights and alien spacecraft throughout the years and several Soviet era documents mention ufo instance in sightings around Earth's largest lake. However for all of its natural wonder, amazing wildlife end stranger sides for lake cows one hundred, thousand permanent residents it's simply home. Made, occupations are forestry agriculture, fisheries, hunting, and tourism though that's currently on hold due to covid nineteen. Here's hoping they opened back up soon.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Vehicles here and there we are vis collected water samples temperature and oxygen readings and captured video that was live stream to the public to the lower left of your screen there you see a female that's really moving her arms and footage shows hundreds of octopus nestled into the rocks it's called an octopus garden a nod to the Beatles song but also because of the way the creatures lined up in rows like crops in a field each one is about the size of a large grapefruit these octopus moms are there really beautiful they're kind of a lavender on the top portion of their body and underneath their bright white now back from the expedition brown and other scientists are reviewing the sixty five plus hours of fighting she watches alongside Chad king whose lead scientist on the expedition king is a research specialist with the marine sanctuary we know there's well over a thousand there but we hadn't survey this entire little bump on the sea floor which is about a kilometer by six hundred meters so we covered it fairly well we have the video so that we can go back and actually count the individual octopus scientists do know what the octo moms are doing here there brooding or taking care of their aches they turned upside down to do this twirling their arms to keep the eggs clean the most important thing about the brooding is not just taking care of them in that way but also protecting them from predators but they aren't sure why the moms have chosen this spot off California it could be the relatively warmer water that seeping out of the sea floor king says this may speed up the development of the octopus babies deep sea octopus are known to take years to brood we do think it's something about the the water itself the chemistry the temperature or something else but we're just not sure and that's we're gonna training answer in the years to come the more the scientists learn about the octopus gardens the more questions they seem to have and that's not overwhelming to Amanda con it's just plain exciting part of the fun of being out studying the deep sea is how much is not known Khan is an invertebrate ecologist in a lab at the Monterey Bay aquarium research institute.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Our system works with drone that operates fully autonomous at altitudes that are at up to five times higher than into reach. So we must be talking about hundreds of meters half kilometer kilometer, then about until six hundred meters were planning with that were staying under the altitude of commercial air traffic, but at a higher altitude there is far more wind available across all of Europe. So explain to me how this works and you're saying, it's a drone aircraft. That's going to generate. Electricity from wind. How correct so it's a drone it takes off from its platform on the ground station, which has the generator. So we have to elements one the drone and the other ground station with generator. They're connected by a toddler or rope. If you like, and it functions as a kite. So it goes up with Motors. But then with a minimum wind speeds to sustain the in the air. Maybe you know, when you were little the kite stays in the air you can steer it. And actually when you take a little bit bigger kite like some people do like sport counting. It becomes quite a force, and you feel in your arms now if you make that little bit bigger, you can actually say, hey that force that I feel I can do something that energy. And that's what we do. We have the kinetic energy of that wind, and it is exercised on the, tether, which is connected to a winch on the ground, which in itself is connected to generator. So by going up. We are generating electricity from lift force of our drone which is operating without Motors, of course, which are pulling and driving the generator on the ground..
"six hundred meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You. So I'm born in Bogota I race in CD within thinner two thousand six hundred meters. Over the sea level, I roll out without oxygen. So just imagine that people growing up in Bogota without oxygen. We develop our heaps not like Chiquita. Whether it's in Colombia, the heartland directly in on the call. Chuck here is from heartland. Kids in the Caribbean. Sea are in entirely or the medigene or in Laura. Gotta develop the rhythm inside the womb. That. But what happened at two thousand six hundred meters over the C level that at that point. Cocoons? Does the rhythm the Ambien rhythms from I don't know the Incas of the chairs. No, no in Bogota, you need to learn how to be into the Colombian five because you learn to dance your genes are not going to the next generation. Darwinism applied to Colombia so people, and that's how we we know each other dancing with our families are the family, we have a special meaning of family because we all everything to our families. Because mother say the only thing you have in your life is your family. Please help your causing to find a job..
"six hundred meters" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"I made the left in it was like the heavens just opened up in the wind gusted even harder. I think I laughed like someone asked me the other day. Did you smile when you turn onto boylston? I think I did because it was like again, it was comical how bad the weather was and it was like their six hundred meters to go, and I'm going to get one last like from mother nature, and I still wasn't sure I had it in the bag. So I felt like I just needed to run strong and be ready to respond. If someone was on me. So that's how I ran that stretch. And when I got past the lenox hotel, I think that's where I got out kicked in two thousand eleven. That's when I was like, okay. I think I think I got this. In the nice. Tom girl of the bay did like a fist pump. And you could start hearing the loud them announcing this desert Linden. She's going to be your Boston champion. And I was like, okay. No one's I got it. And and that's when I was able to celebrate. So couple of strides from the line. And I was in disbelief schist, this this can't be real. And it was all the stuff we talked about. You know, just seemed like it was not going to be my year. What makes it so beautiful and poetic that you had sacrifice yourself twice. You had thought like this is you know, if anything I'm gonna help these other women and then for all the switch and making your days to something really amazing. Okay. So we have tons of great stuff yet to come. But first, let's take a moment and talk about why super.
NASA's InSight probe successfully lands on Mars and deploys solar panels
"As the spacecraft landed on the planet after a voyage of six months and three hundred million miles. It'll be sending a probe some five meters below the Martian surface to measure heat flow and listen for tremors. Most of the talking is by Christine's ally of Nasr's Jet Propulsion Laboratory travelling at one thousand meters per second. Insight about four hundred meters per second. It will deploy it's twelve meter diameter. Supersonic parachute. Parachute. Parachutes deploy nominally at about mach. One point seven thirty. One seconds pass round. Patients are serving signals consistent with parachute. Deploy. Trees shows parachute deployment radar powered on. Did you separation commanded twenty two seconds pass? We have radar activation. Where the radar is beginning to search for the ground once the radar locked on the ground and inside is about one kilometer of the surface. The Lander will separate from the back show and begin terminal descent using twelve descent engines, twenty seven seconds pass altitude convergence the radar has locked on the ground. Yes. Danny by the Lander separation. Lander separation commanded altitude six hundred meters. Gravity turn out four hundred meters. Three hundred meters. Two hundred meters. Eighty meters. Sixty meters. Fifty meters constant Rossi thirty seven meters thirty meters twenty meters. Seventeen meters standing by for touchdown. We'll be until about eight PM eastern time today that NASA knows if inside solar panels are out and working correctly. They needed to literally wait for the dust to settle from the landing before deploying the panels catch down confirm. Scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky.
Mars Mission Makes Clean Landing
"This is Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky passed through peak. Deceleration telemetry shows the spacecraft saw about eight G L, and Markle Bravo and Iraq radio science reports carrier detected. Inside is now traveling at velocity of two thousand meters per second control room of the NASA insight Mars mission earlier today as the spacecraft landed on the planet after a voyage of six months and three hundred million miles. It'll be sending a probe some five meters below the Martian surface to measure heat flow and listen for tremors. Most of the talking is by Christine's ally of Nasr's Jet Propulsion Laboratory travelling at one thousand meters per second. Insight about four hundred meters per second. It will deploy it's twelve meter diameter. Supersonic parachute. Parachute. Parachutes deploy nominally at about mach. One point seven thirty. One seconds pass round. Patients are serving signals consistent with parachute. Deploy. Trees shows parachute deployment radar powered on. Did you separation commanded twenty two seconds pass? We have radar activation. Where the radar is beginning to search for the ground once the radar locked on the ground and inside is about one kilometer of the surface. The Lander will separate from the back show and begin terminal descent using twelve descent engines, twenty seven seconds pass altitude convergence the radar has locked on the ground. Yes. Danny by the Lander separation. Lander separation commanded altitude six hundred meters. Gravity turn out four hundred meters. Three hundred meters. Two hundred meters. Eighty meters. Sixty meters. Fifty meters constant Rossi thirty seven meters thirty meters twenty meters. Seventeen meters standing by for touchdown. We'll be until about eight PM eastern time today that NASA knows if inside solar panels are out and working correctly. They needed to literally wait for the dust to settle from the landing before deploying the panels catch down confirm. Scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky.
Andover North Andover, Lawrence Drenches and Lawrence discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Some nine thousand residents in Andover north Andover and Lawrence. We're told that it was safe to return home this morning after Thursday's gas explosions. Massachusetts emergency management agency says workers have turned off nearly eighty six hundred meters that were impacted they cleared homes of gas and restored electricity.
Brett Cavanaugh, Cavenaugh and Senator Kennedy discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"After Thursday's gas explosions. The Massachusetts emergency management agency says workers have turned off about eighty six hundred meters that were impacted cleared homes of gas and restored electricity.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on THEMOVE
"Day so you with the the most important thing to look for is to watch all of these french guys everyone of them they're gonna every one of them's gonna wanna be in the break they are going to be on the break it isn't gonna work but they will they come out they'll have their handlebars all taped up blue bloods rouge red white and blue i make the change the shoe you know it's going to be it's like our fourth of july it's a big deal so watch them tomorrow they're gonna they're gonna it'll be a show they're going to and i asked lance when we were talking about that earlier this morning i said did you ride harder on the fourth of july negative i don't know why those fine to me negative so there's in the stage itself is i think it's fairly uneventful i check the weather as i do every day we it's sunny there was some today i don't know about tomorrow you pointed out some things on the run in so this is this one's actually and you always bring this up i find it hard to believe but now that i keep seeing these things is this by design these hectic finishes because the crashes are so dynamic and almost entertaining sometimes knock on wood that nobody gets messed up but i'm seeing hard right just inside six k hard left at four k a very very hard ride at three k another hard left at two and then final turn at six hundred meters to go i mean that's that is a technical finish now without going on google earth and really trying to look at the width of the roads i just have to guess those aren't very wide that to me looks so with six hundred meters ago you've got to be in the top how many top five wow but again and you just have to i guess the good news is the nastiest corner is just inside three k so if you're saying you have to be in the top five i mean that leaves no room for a teammate lead out train because you have to have one of one guy with you i only say that because you're obviously everybody's going to go through that corner look today with six hundred meters to go i mean there were four or five wide that art single file so you have to be okay maybe top six top seven if you've got two guys with you but it's going to be single file from that moment on so you if you're ten deep you dining that's too far back while that's going to be cool to watch tomorrow and again watch watch for watch the french guys tomorrow they're just gonna be all amped up then they got the soccer team in the world cup final man something else before we get to some questions and comments we got an email from the creator his name's ben of something called velo viewer yeah forwarded this to lance this morning and he's like holy crap wow this is fascinating thank you ben this is basically taking a lot of straw technology in this is what the directors in the team cars have and it gives the directors this three d profile as you go view that we've never seen before it's pretty fascinating yep no that's just a just an example of with technology now with mapping and and profiling it's our answer to that back in the day was preview the stages now you just sort of have it virtually right there on your ipad or laptop or incredible hello lance and j b just want to give you a heads up that we sell power dot kits at both the gorsuch ski in my saying that one store should ski shop and our.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Pickup truck driving the wrong way was for children in a crash it's just something that's unheard mastercorporal melissa jaffe with delaware state police says one of two adults in the minivan was killed as well the other was taken to the hospital with serious but nonlifethreatening injuries imagine what they're going through it all happens around three forty five when police say the pick up truck crossed the median from the southbound two northbound lanes pickup truck schalke passenger car that was traveling northbound on route one before colliding with the mini van one person who was in the car and to who are in the pickup truck were taken to the hospital they're expected to be okay andrew kramer kyw newsradio w news time eight thirty nine the u s china trade dispute could impact farmers in colorado here's why the two largest importers and colorado's agricultural products canada and mexico are retaliating with tariffs of their own to counter increased tariffs imposed by the trump administration and that's making colorado's two billion dollar farming industry very unhappy customer trading partners have questioned whether we're going to be reliable trading partner and then that is for him to start looking at other options the colorado farm bureau's carlisle currier says profits have fallen below the break even point stephan kaufman cbs news denver kyw news time eight forty rescuers are now facing difficult choices about how to get twelve boys in their soccer coach out from a flooded cave in thailand they're preparing to different missions getting the twelve children and their coach to the cave entrance or going in from above drilling down as many as six hundred meters the forecast calls for several days of rain which means rising floodwater that could prompt a rescue attempt maybe we right because we afraid of the with that and off the the lack of oxygen inside has already claimed one victim a former tiny abc l diver who died after passing out underwater chris martinez cbs news safety regulators here in the united states are proposing tougher test to try and make sure the jet engines can keep running after a bird strike the federal aviation administration proposed that manufacturers show that the core of new engines can continue to operate after sucking in a medium sized bird at lower fan speeds used during takeoffs and landings current tests focus on families running full speed but the faa says that's not good enough in two thousand nine both engines on a us airways jet failed after striking a flock of geese while leaving new york's laguardia airport and the pilots had to land the powerless plane in the hudson river the faa says it begins studying the issue after that flight i'm alex hinton kyw news time eight forty one up next traffic and transit on the twos kyw news time eight forty two time for traffic and transit on the twos residual delays on the commodore barry because of an earlier vehicle this update sponsored by twenty four seven diabetic health hotline over the westbound commodore.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The walk down to the check the roads and rails in full in three kyw news time to nineteen in california they're trying to put neutrality back into the worldwide web like the vote on it now without having a hearing with we would still have a hearing well we're entitled to hear him he's in your voting before the hearing even happens how is that appropriate that was the exchange between stay senators miguel santiago and scott weiner over wieners net neutrality bill that wieners words was he viscera the to vowed to work together in late this week a new version of the bill was announced and weiner sure the core protections net neutrality will be in the bill moving forward which includes ensuring equal access to price and speed of internet service weiner expects to fight but also expects his bill to pass jim roope los angeles the eyes of the world are on that dramatic rescue effort in thailand doesn't young boys in their soccer coach remain trapped in a flooded cave in those waters preparing to different missions getting the twelve children and their coach to the cave entrance or going in from above drilling down as many as six hundred meters the forecast calls for several days of rain which means rising club water that could prompt a rescue attempt maybe right because to be afraid of the width and the off the yen kid the lack of oxygen inside has already claimed one victim a former tiny abc's diver who died after passing out underwater martinez cbs news federal judges granted the trump administration's request for more time reunite immigrant children separated from their parents of the border judge also ordered the justice department to share of the status of one hundred and one children under five with the american civil liberties union by today aclu attorney lee lee kennard says he has not been able to get a specific number government seems that you suggesting that either forty six or forty nine children have been matched with a parent but beyond that we could not get a clear answer what's happening with the other fifty two children justice department now has the tenth of july to reunite parents with kids under five until the twenty sixth reunite everybody else americans like the idea of using their tax money to improve their holiday of life most of the people surveyed by the pew research center said government investments in medical and science research usually pay off around eight and ten indicated that spending tax dollars on medical research engineering and technology and basic scientific research offered a good return on investment and the sentiment was largely the same among both democrats and republicans only about two in ten thank government funding for science tech or medicine isn't worth the cost on jan johnson kyw news time to twenty two time for traffic and transit on the tv still think some big shore traffic out there if you're traveling down the shore look for delays on the garden state parkway southbound approaching summers point but a four mile backup there southbound forty seven is jammed from three forty seven down the petersburg road and southbound three forty seven is jammed approaching forty seven southbound forty two freeway also slow from the walt whitman bridge down to down to the atlantic city expressway and northbound fifty five still slow approaching the forty two freeway bridges look pretty good though so getting back into pa won't be a problem for you once you get there though we are seeing delays on the schuylkill expressway both directions now between the vine and the conshohocken curve lots of either way so give yourself another ten to twelve minutes on that ride northbound ninety five still slow through delco approaching the commodore barry bridge and the blue route north and southbound between baltimore pike and ninety five a little crowded either way mass transit looks pretty good though martin luther king drive is shut down for recreational activity and the westbound platte bridge only has one lane from twenty th street all the way to ninety five from the trumark financial twenty.
Toxic algae a slimy mess for aquatic lifeblood of South Florida
"Update rescue teams north thailand have been drilling into a mountain looking for alternative ways to get twelve stranded boys and their soccer coach out of a flooded cave cbs's kris martinez they're preparing to different missions getting the twelve children and their coach to the cave entrance or going in from above drilling down as many as six hundred meters the forecast calls for several days of rain which means rising floodwater that could prompt a rescue attempt maybe retry because to be afraid of the bbc sophie long you've been in and ask the cave overnight they brought out some messages from the boys and their coach and in a school note from the coach he said he sincerely apologize to the voice parents he said he promised to take care of them they're also nights when the boys as well many of them saying don't worry about us we all strong we fine but a lot of them asking for certain things to eat when they come out news update i'm peter king kcbs news time to thirty to a bay area residents who is a thai native is heading back to her home country to lend her services as an interpreter ben johnson lucky spoke with cbs thirteen at her brother's restaurant in vacaville have signed me up to be part of the interpreting team this is in a very remote area you can't display somebody who who is totally bilingual in english and tie it says it's important to get critical incorrect information out and she believes that her language skills will help prevent another potential disaster and elon musk says that he sent engineers from two of his companies to thailand to see if they can help rescue the members of that team musk said the boring company digs tunnels for advanced transport systems and it employs advanced ground penetrating radar he says engineers from both both boring company and spacex hope to brainstorm a plan with thai officials well if you're going boating or swimming this weekend don't forget to check for toxic algae cbs news correspondent manuel bojorquez is in florida where the governor is being asked to declare a state of emergency chris whitman's been fishing south west florida his entire life but the ones postcard perfect summer waters are becoming fouled by slimy and toxic renounced it's not looking good for the future i mean i've cancelled my trips the last few weeks because of this issue and i'm not on the water's much as i once was it's a recurring nightmare but this year's early bloom could signal one of the worst summers yet the problem starts here lake okeechobee the aquatic life blood of south florida after heavy rains the army corps of engineers released millions of gallons to relieve pressure on the lakes old earthen dam but the water is chock full of chemicals and nutrients much of it runoff from commercial agriculture and sprawling development when that mix bakes in the summer sun the algae population explodes biologist john cassani has been collecting samples and warning about the health hazards the toxins the son of bacteria produce are incredibly potent they affect liver function there's narrow toxins that they they produce so it's a suite of really toxic stuff that can kill wildlife and really impact people's health wildlife like manatees can choke to death but underwater the entire marine ecosystem is at risk so to or waterslide businesses captain chris whitman says he's lost twenty thousand dollars on cancelled trips already this summer this is gonna take a lot of work and a lot of time to fix it but it is fixable these are manmade issues and man can fix them the federal government and the state have approved a one point six billion dollar plan to clean and store some of the lake water but it still has not been funded even the private sector is stepping in offering a ten million dollar reward to whoever comes up with the best plan to fix the problem here because the algae has already been spotted in as much as ninety percent of lake okeechobee manuel bojorquez in florida there are growing trade tensions between the us and china the us place to twenty five percent tax on certain goods imported from china including auto parts and medical devices china hit back with tariffs of its own cbs news correspondent dean reynolds says that wisconsin could get caught in the squeeze girls stacey lindbergh's family owns a small dairy farm with seventy five cows and a lot of anxiety we don't make a lot of money and.
Thai soccer coach apologizes to boys' parents, boys write "don't worry" in letters
"News asia nine fifty w w j thai cave rescue efforts continue as the coach of eulogisers two parents in the letter sent out with rescuers cbs news with more next and also ahead a piece of detroit's history one of the pablo posts goes up in flames devastating just devastating i'm john hewitt good morning i'm stephanie davis for wwe chain newsradio nine fifty we have a freeway closer to tell you about that's just ahead and seconds fifty nine degrees out at city airport clear skies fifty eight at metro let's go to cbs news cbs news update rescue teams north thailand have been drilling into a mountain looking for alternative ways to get twelve stranded boys and their soccer coach out of a flooded cave cbs's kris martinez preparing to different missions getting the twelve children and their coach to the cave entrance or going in from above drilling down as many as six hundred meters the forecast calls for several days of rain which means rising clud water that could prompt a rescue attempt maybe retry because to be afraid of the width bbc's sophie law navy seals who've been in and out of the cave overnight they brought out some messages from the boys and their coach and in a school notes in the coach he said he really apologized to the voice parents he said he promised to take care of them they're also notes when the boys as well many of them saying don't worry about us we are strong we are fine but a lot of them asking for certain things to eat when they come out news update i'm peter king and this is w w j newsradio nine fifty at five thirty two heads up to motorists on i seventy five this morning we have a developing news on the freeway that is now a bigger problem let's head out to the twenty four hour traffic center with w w j's teena marie what's happening there tina it's still that major accident we've been looking at for the past hour or so it has shut down seventy five northbound between four street and schaefer but all hope is not lost if you still do need to go that way or if you're headed that way you can use fourth street northbound to springwells northbound that'll get you back to seventy five northbound.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"To date david madden kyw newsradio rescuers are facing difficult choices about how to get twelve boys in their soccer coach out of a flooded cave in thailand they're preparing to different missions getting the twelve children and their coach to the cave entrance or going in from above drilling down as many as six hundred meters the forecast calls for several days of rain which means rising water that could prompt a rescue attempt maybe right because we afraid of the with that and the off the yen kit the lack of oxygen inside has already claimed one victim a former tiny abc l diver who died after passing out underwater chris martinez cbs news mazda is recalling nearly two hundred seventy thousand vehicles with takata airbags that have been known to explode over the last several years about fifty million of takata airbag inflators have been recalled in the us with twenty two deaths and more than one hundred eighty injuries linked to the defect chemicals used to inflate the airbags can deteriorate causing them to deploy with too much force blowing apart a metal canister that can result in flying shrapnel the potentially deadly defect can be found in passenger side air bags on certain mazda six mazda speed six and models built between two thousand three and two thousand eight nationwide takata has since been bought by chinese owned us mobility safety company key safety system i'm scott carr kyw news five twenty two time for a check of traffic.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"In the front and i'm thinking about all these things going like if she cramps up something but i was just like okay let's go you know and then it was i was tempering my expectations so it's like the thing that we've talked about over burgers and beers and one hundred times like you're going to hang your day this is going to be amazing some day it's going to be you know it's like you start reflecting back on the london olympics and sitting there at the team usa house and we're all we all have the fouls mile stare like you had to drop out maybe yeah and it's a bittersweet thing you've accomplished as big goal and now it's it's just this is it like and then the rio and then it's last summer and it's like this roller coaster everything you dream about this so i wasn't letting myself believe yet that today was her day does is going to be the boston marathon champion and that's forever i mean it's i couldn't allow myself to go there yet i was hopeful and i was praying and i was like please let this be the day but i wasn't i hadn't committed there yet i'm just going to get crushed my soul with with that kind of wind it really is almost like a cycling race where hundred and you're sacrificing yourself on the front that energy output that you're expending is is so much more significant than the people that you're pulling so you're actually doing more work than everyone else and the question becomes like okay are you going to win is this going to run out when are you going to run gas no that's iran the last several miles just in fear and i didn't look back because they didn't i wanted to feel like i was in a race but it was also like i knew i skimped on those early bottles and when you hit the wall in the marathon it's not like losing twenty seconds a mile a minute twenty seconds dawn you're not responding you're not coming back and so owes riding the line of like in my going to deepen the well how to my legs feel a little bit shakey like win my crossing over into this like i'm doing the death march home and yeah i was afraid for that moment because i just thought it was inevitable after the things i did early and you were you one moment you're near the end you were going to try to take your jacket off right yeah i think it was twenty five point five you go under overpass and i was like i'll i'll take the jacket off and you can see me fidget with it and i kind of bite it my hands retu cold it was like if somebody passes me because i'm playing with my jacket and it's going to be so mad at myself forever if i leave the boston marathon because i wanted a better winners picture like that would be ridiculous sean i wanted it in jersey image that will live in ever ray you doing something silly this is the person who celebrated too early person you've tried to get a better finishing picture like that would be oracle all right so so walk me through crossing that finish line i mean what is that experience like yeah it's right in here for left on boylston i made the left in it was like the heavens just opened up in the wind gusts did even harder and i think i laughed like someone asked me the other day did you smile when you turn onto boylston i think i did because it was like again it was comical how bad the weather was and it was like their six hundred meters to go and i'm going to get one last like raw from other nature and i still wasn't sure i had it in the bag so i felt like i just needed to run strong and be ready to.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on The Science Hour
"One of them is vertical the other deviates to the side is drilled us an angle and reaches four thousand meters depth about six hundred meters to the side the plan was to her genetically fracture the rocks in between to create a link so water concert between the two boreholes walter would there be pumped passive one of the ball halls and used to supply heat to a small electric power plants and then once the water is cooled but then be back into the through the other bull hole so this is a bit like a subterranean sonal where you're sort of throwing cold water on the hot rocks and letting as it were the steam rise that the idea is just a heat water the pump down there is that right it's up solutely that's a very good analogy was there any connection in terms of the timing between these two quakes and the experiments that you were doing with pumping this water in the first of the earthquakes in in the autumn of two thousand sixteen occurred after the first injection projects in the geothermal site and so we thought at the time about whether the might be a connection and decided it was most unlikely because of the distance involved the separation by about forty kilometers then the second earthquake occurred in november twenty seventeen which is much much closer within just a few hundred meters of the points at which the the fluid was injected and it is possible that was triggered by the first of the tooth quakes and would have happened anyway in which case it it's a coincidence that is very close to this geothermal signs on the other hand is possible this might have been caused by the fluid injection at the geothermal site and not is point which investigation has reached the other thing is how deep with these earthquakes these things have happened underground the one in the autumn of two thousand sixteen was was a conventional tectonic earthquake.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on Science in Action
"Well the idea is to try to extract geothermal energy as a lou carbon energy source so to bowls during too deep bulletholes both about full found mrs deep the earth surface then right next to each other one of them is vertical the other deviates to the side is drilled us an angle and reaches four thousand meters depth about six hundred meters to the side the plan was to hydraulically fracture the rocks in between to create a link so water consecutively between the two boreholes will would there be pumped passive one of the bull holes and used to supply heats to a swale electric power plants and then once the water is cooled then be back into the through the other bull hole so this is a bit like a subterranean sauna where you're sort of throwing cold water on the hot rocks and letting as it were the steam rise that the idea is just a heat water the pumped down those that right up solutely that's a very good analogy was there any connection in terms of the timing between these two quakes and the experiments that you would doing with pumping this water in the first of the earthquakes in in the autumn of two thousand sixteen occurred after the first injection projects in the film site and so we thought at the time about whether the might be a connection and decided it was most unlikely because of the distance involved the separation by about forty tsa's then the second earthquake occurred in november twenty seventeen which is much much closer within just a few hundred meters of the points which the the fluid was injected and it is possible that was triggered by the first of the to earth quakes and would have happened anyway in which case it's a coincidence that is very close to this geothermal site on the other hand is possible this must have been coolest by the fluid injection at the jeff will site and and that is point which the investigation has reached the other thing is how how deep with these earthquakes these are things have happened underground the one in the autumn of two thousand sixteen was was a conventional tectonic earthquake so it was a step of about ten kilometers or soap the quake in november twenty.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Well it's only six hundred meters away so we can walk your walk in it's a small walkable city i mean that's the nice thing about florence we have to move on laura thank you so much for calling have a wonderful trip let's turn to jeremy in los angeles hey jeremy thanks for calling the travel show hello it's nice to talk to you pauline i'm calling because i am considering flying norwegian airlines into italy in june and i i usually shy away from these nofrills airlines because i'm always worried about if there'll be a bad experience compared to a major airline but the cost savings is so great in this case and i noticed that they are flying seven eighty seven's which are new planes so i'm just wondering if you've had any experience sharon jeremy that's the that's the factor that makes the choice of of norwegian absolutely intelligent on your part they have gone out and they have bought those newest planes being produced by boeing or by airbus you will you will joy a remarkable experience or norwegian and it is not like the normal cheap airline that is that is flying elderly airplanes i think you can i think you can fly without any hesitation the only hesitation you have to have is that the cost that you're going to be charged for that initial ticket will be supplemented they're going to give you they're gonna hit you with a lot of extra fees so make sure that you carry the smallest a suitcase possible but other than that i have not flown at personally but everybody i know who has sentence that good experiences what's on my mind could you hear your voice tourists.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on The Bugle
"Still waiting for confirmation on this and the latest piece of scientific research has been conducted by a man named mike hughes in california who built his own rockets a steam powered rocket vlad himself six hundred meters above the desert then plummeted back to the place which he was researching suffering serious injuries of he survived thanks to deploying parachute he says mission was to prove the earth was flat he didn't quite get high enough to to prove that but i think six hundred meters no one's ever been been higher than that before from memory but it's this heroic for someone to continue to do the research that other people shy away from i mean my favorite quote is his known as mad mike hughes and he wanted to prove that the earth was flat saying quote i don't believe in science said i know about aerodynamics and fluid dynamics and health things move through the about certain sizes of rocket nozzles and thrust but that's not science that's just a formula there's no i mean what does he i mean his main sponsor for the rocket is research flat earth a group of people around sorry across the world who believe that the flat many of them also suggest that a stray leah is a myth which if it is a need to have a stone chat with about twenty five million of my close friends about where we've been living all this time i mean in some ways it is a relief because we can stop pretending kangaroo surreal and we can send hugh jackman back to the factory.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on Science in Action
"We fund some toys with some any sort of objects now this is all part of ocean cleanup which is not studying it but the idea is to go and clean this stuff up how is that project going the deployments for the first system is judy's here so the moments that's i system is being assembled in alameda in in san francisco and we're going to do some tests next month in april and deployments of the first system is ju meteor this year what will that system be so they'll be a six hundred meters long floating boom there's has sort of arc shape and they will be free drifting i mean we call garbage patch but it's it's a bit you know it's a bit confusing because plastic is dispersed over millions of square kilometers right so it would be impossible to go and pick up pieces by pieces so the basically of of the system is to slowly drift like the plastic does and and slowly accumulates plastic and gather it into a narrow aware it's then much easier to to collect i think we should put in satphone goal when the experiment is underway thanks to ocean pinups moron the bretagne van analysis is published in scientific reports today there's a link to it from our web page or bbc world service dot com now if the out of sight accumulation of marine plastic is one as you will struggle to sort out the space junk in earth orbit is on a higher dimension literally and all it is rather a misstatement of the problem these bits of broken satellite like the ocean trash get buffeted around by solo and upper atmospheric forces so there's no way of knowing exactly where they'll be tomorrow then he one who's watched the film gravity knows what scares the space engineers if one hits their mission ex nasa scientists maria jar is sitting up a junk mission control that university of texas hoping to produce space junk forecasts.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Most bank you ever see in in especially on route uh you you've never seen more that a buck 10 or fifty degrees it base yeah even maneuvering approach area are something the the most you'll ever seized twenty or twentyfive degrees of bigs front and um and this went to it was on its way through forty degrees caught while and uh if uh if he got an aquatic after the airplane would have won right fast this is just absolutely phenomenal so you're in your bunk that was the first thing a goes through your mind john well we didn't have any window so all you can heal it report the gforce young hands and it was pretty obvious to us with that with that much yar role you know your inner ears fantastic divisiveness really senses balance in forces and things like that and uh we knew instantly that something was pretty pretty significant ted just happen we we really weren't sure what it was and um all we knew was probably should uh start your honour uniforms back on getting ready to go into the cockpit and and of course it wasn't long after that just a few seconds probably five or ten seconds that we got the emergency crew call um in their rings only in the bunk iranians and uh it it basically says come to the cockpit immediately you're lying at the what about thirty five thousand feet if i remember correctly yeah we were at ten thousand six hundred meters we had already uh transferred to the international uh um system of altitude you were the measure in meters heat uh but ten thousand six hundred meters uh if i recall is right rob thirty four thirty five thousand feet the airplane set the for you with us a little selector button that we can portion in its switch it the airplane make pierpoint stop thinking and feed it makes it start picking him meters so you on you the your first officer uh david smith you you get up to the cockpit uh what what did you encounter when when when you got into the cockpit what what was going on and and uh what was your reaction to to uh the the.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The cleared streets of rebel but also the senses so there as lengthy truck bombs cuts in california because these crazy to big bear the islamic six neko's eagle to shoot the fouls on the thai off of one of their armored bulldozers than they have by incapacitated to be sent back to the county to serve the so they are incredibly aca i knew that from iraq i saw that the the aimed to the scene in armored pleating on home vis surely theme used the week split the new that there are the munitions could penetrate the but i've never seen anybody shoot over vowels on the tire from perhaps four hundred and five hundred to six hundred meters away what you saw there seems to suggest it it's only a matter of time before the islamic state is defeated in rock i'm curious why you think they're still fighting if there are so few of them it's their last stand not slipping they'll to do they the reason sacrifices whilst at the believe that they will be rewarded in the ouster lace and there's no esi goal the kansas ski raka there's no exitpasses the has been in some other syrian cities which have fallen so do stand there and they will die than incites one of the fighters told one rocket raised in the we've spoken to said we will release he'll when we have turned it into coban that time on the syrianturkish border our which was destroyed you'll only lease they sent to the locals when the last of laws is dead if rocca is taken wholly taken it is inside syria syria is in the middle in the midst of a brutal civil war of me what happens next even asked iraq has been bulls indonesia asked of the been removed from raqqa we know that they've already moved to some years for the sense that where they'll be more difficult to reach nevertheless it will be a great moment in the battle against the islamic state full the coalition when they take rocket that was an incredible importance of islam state slipping very sauce from the grasp the bbc's clinton somerville has recently returned from raka thank you so very much for joining us thank you in florida hurricane erma offended a number of industries including commercial fishing it.
"six hundred meters" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The crash happened gusto screaming at liberty start to run so i start iran near direction people running show families screaming carrots were playing them up from avocados run ridden seconds police officers were emergency services also people to avoid the area and closed metro and train stations nearby steve garrett was in a market homeless ramblas us where you are you ready we're or five other people are right they're hunkered down recovered for hurry you're a great deal of what happened we'd love the vehicles have been used in a number of recent incidents police say they all treating this as a terrorist attack the bbc's guarded karera there we also reached joseph wilson who reports for the associated press in barcelona i asked him how far the van used in the attack was able to go down there pedestrian street it seems around five hundred to six hundred meters bad starting at the at product known yeah are the main sitting square it was able to make it work we have weighed down in particular meters joseph you've been speaking with people since the attack out on the streets are they reacting well it's an extension extre fear shock fear because the rescuers ongoing almost because police they accord not being tires earth citycentre they order people turn tanago their homes are also or tourist they are completely shocked and scared in a way unfortunately it falls in line where the series of tax particularly uh music trucks and vans for cars troop lounge of people that have been used in europe recently i and in a way i think that or stop at barcelona considering it as a here's tourist destination and it is also you work or walk on the street they gathered in squares in a way you're was it was vulnerable so i think that there is also a repealing the this unfortunately given have been to happen in europe and over the past year so that it it could happen and now has we've heard there are quite a few injured people do we know how hospitals a coping right now i'm it seems.