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New Stonehenge discovery: Neolithic pit structure around Durrington Walls adds more mystery to England's pre-history
"Mystery of Stonehenge has deepened. Archaeologists say they've discovered a major prehistoric monument under the earth. The new find includes at least twenty huge pits about sixteen feet deep and the former circle. That's about a mile in diameter. Scientists think these were Doug about forty five hundred years ago. It's only about a mile from stonehenge, which is another prehistoric monument of massive standing stones in England. Archaeologists are pretty excited about this new discovery to. They say it could help unlock the story of Stonehenge, which is mostly a mystery right
Tens of thousands evacuated as India, Bangladesh brace for super cyclone
"Tens of thousands of people being moved from coastal areas of India and Bangladesh is the strongest storm ever recorded in the bay of Bengal approaches land our correspondents you'll get to the ninety eight joins us from Mumbai you'll get set millions of people in the path of cyclone palm house the huge operation to move them to safety going well massive accusation is going on both here in India as well as Bangladesh today you know when we had sort of an update from India early this morning about fifty thousand people had already moved from areas near the Sundarbans islands national disaster response teams are on the ground and evacuating people from coastal areas in the Indian state of West Bengal and risa from Bangalore based the country's disaster management minister told the BBC that they plan to move as many as two million people to shelters the cyclone is expected to make landfall sometime on Wednesday in an area it near the border of the two countries the Indian city of Kolkata densely populated one is expected to be affected by the cyclone as well what when the full cost is in India are saying is that the intensity of the winds might reduce slightly when it makes landfall so it might not be a super cyclone anymore but the really worrying thing is that the storm surges for Costa C. could be as high as ten to sixteen feet along with heavy rainfall flooding is a huge cause of concern right now in coastal areas of both India and Bangladesh and this relief operation being made all the harder because of coronavirus that's right I mean there are areas in both countries where you know confirm school that infections
"On this episode of five minutes in Church history. We are going on quite the journey. Let's explore five cathedrals in Europe ready. Well we'll start in Florence at the Santa Maria del Flora or the Duomo di Ferenza as Tian's would call it. This cathedral was started in twelve ninety six. It was finished in fourteen thirty six and one of the final structures that was put into place for this Cathedral. Was the famous dome. It was designed and built by Brunelleschi. Who had studied geometry and physics but for much of it by his own account. He relied on his own intuition. And well it worked The Dome was built in. It still lasts. It's made of brick. It has its white ribs in its terra cotta tiles and it serves as such a great backdrop for so many spy movies. So I'm sure you've seen it or the site of that Cathedral. There and Florence goes all the way back to a church that was likely dedicated in three ninety-three by none other than ambrose of Milan and that's the cathedral at Florence. Well let's keep moving. We'll go to Paris and to Notre Dame in two thousand nineteen. It was all over the news. Of course because of that fire it will take millions to rebuild and it will take many years to it as restored. It was first built back in eleven sixty three it epitomizes that ribbed vault and flying buttress style those cathedral structures that are so crucial. It was the site of a temple to Jupiter and the early Roman days and then it was a church and then it was a cathedral in seventeen ninety three. This is the time of the French Revolution. It was rededicated no longer as a church but as the cult of reason and all of the statues to marry were replaced and they were replaced by Statues Lady Liberty Well. It stood that way for many decades and then along came a novel. Victor Hugo's the hunchback of Notre Dame in eighteen thirty one and when that novelist published drew attention to the cathedral and its restoration so Paris. Well let's travel a little north and let's go up the Rhine River and let's go to Cologne. Germany and Statistics abound about this cathedral in Cologne. Germany are you ready? It is the tallest twin spires church in the world. It is the second tallest church in Europe and it is the third tallest church in the world. Those twin spires reached five hundred sixteen feet. Construction began in twelve sixty four. Here's a statistic for you. It has one hundred eighty five thousand square feet of space. This is a huge building. It was so huge that the allied bombers use those twin spires as a landmark further bombing raids during World War Two. The cathedral survived it. Took some hits but it survived in. It stood in a pile of rubble that was the city of Cologne. If you go there today you can climb all the way up to the top for viewing platform. If you're willing to climb five hundred and thirty three stone steps you can also hear. It's eleven massive bells. The largest of those bells weighs twenty four tons. Well let's cross the English Channel and we'll go over to London to Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey has a number of people buried in it and the number of people memorialized in it. Over three thousand people have plaques inside Westminster Abbey and many of them are actually buried there. Isaac Newton the poet Robert Browning kings and Queens and princesses and princes and of course inside Westminster Abbey in Jerusalem chamber in the sixteen forties. We have the writings of the Westminster standards. Well let's reach north a little bit. We've gone from Florence to Paris to Cologne to London. Let's go to Edinburgh to Saint Giles. Cathedral it dates back to eleven twenty four. But it's glorious. Moment came in the sixteenth century. It was the seat of the Scottish reformation in fifteen fifty nine. John Knox was installed as minister at Saint Giles. What a great story. What a great story. All of these cathedrals have to
Science News Briefs From Around the World
"Hi I'm scientific American. Podcast editor Steve. Mirsky and here's a short piece from the February. Twenty twenty issue of the magazine and the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science technology and medicine. The article was titled Quick Hits. And it's a rundown of some science and technology stories from around the globe compiled by Assistant News editor. Sarah Lou Frazier from the US off. The California coast scientist measured a blue whales heart rate for the first time using a device attached to the animal skin by Suction Cup the heart likely weighing hundreds of pounds beats from the thirty seven down to two times per minute varying dramatically between diving feeding and surfacing from Peru researchers analyzing satellite. An imaging data have found one hundred. Forty three new Nazca lines. These are largely line drawings of humans animals and symbols etched into the Peruvian Landscape Millennia. Ago The drawings including humanoid figures sixteen feet across spotted by. Ibm's Watson AI system from Brazil despite the long dry spells in Brazil's Catchinga region. Scientists found the tree hyman a Conga era drizzles copious nectar from flowers to attract pollinating. Bats full-sized tree can release two hundred forty gallons of the stuff with thirty eight distinct sent compounds over a single dry season from Norway. Archaeologists ground piecing radar found a Viking era ship surrounded by a filled ditch lurking below the soil of a western Norway farm. The ship was once within a burial mound from Jordan. Researchers uncovered a two horned figure in early Islamic ruins that may be the earliest ever found the roughly thirteen hundred year old object matches a rook found in Iranian chess. Set from about four hundred years later and from Ethiopia microbes thrive in many of earth's harshest environments but researchers found no life at all in briny scorching civic pools near Ethiopia's Dalla volcano knowing the boundaries for life's adaptations helps to narrow the search for earth like life on other planets. That was quick hits by Sarah Lou
6 dead, 13 injured in Las Vegas apartment fire
"Mexico border at least six people are dead and more than a dozen injured after a fire in a three story apartment complex in downtown Las Vegas fire and rescue spokesman Tim semansky says thick choking smoke had residents hanging out the windows of fall sixteen feet or higher can be fatal we understand it one of those people that jump was a woman that is pregnant and she is in critical condition he says the fire appears to have started accidentally your stove which many residents were using for heat in India police say the death toll in protests against the new citizenship law AP digital news back in a moment
A 'Mole' Isn't Digging Mars: NASA Engineers Are Trying To Find Out Why
"There is a mole on Mars that's making NASA engineers tear their hair out NPR's Joe Palca explains why no they haven't discovered a small insectivorous mammal on Mars the mall we're talking about is a scientific instrument carried on NASA's insight probe that landed on Mars a year ago the malls designed to measure heat flow coming out of the interior of Mars Troy Hudson is insights instrument system engineer the mall has a pointy tip and an internal hammer that works like a kind of pile driver to pound them all into the ground the frustrations began last February when the mall started downward it was supposed to go down sixteen feet instead it got stuck after fourteen inches Hudson says he and his team decided the problem was related to bouncing just like a gun recoils when you fire at the mall recoiled ever so slightly every time the hammer tried to drive it into the ground so instead of going down it bounced in place engineers thought they might be able to prevent the bouncing if they use the scoop on insights robotic arm to press against the mall as it hammered they tried that in October and it worked for the first time in eight months we have definite forward progress that was about six weeks ago but Hudson New a problem was coming eventually the top of the mall would be flush with the Martian surface and there would be nothing for this group to press against so they came up with a new plan we moved to this group over to a different position nearby and pushed hard on the soil hoping that that would transfer force to the mall through the soil rather than directly in late October they sent instructions for insights camera to record what happened Hudson says he was horrified when he saw the pictures I was very distraught the mall had backed almost half way out of the hole Hudson is pretty sure he knows what happened without the arm pressing the moles to artid bouncing again and when it does that loose soil in front of the mall can infiltrate in front of the tip filling up the space that occurs whenever it bounces and the just bounce bounce bounce bounce and more material fills in and it ends up backing out of the ground Hudson says they're confident they can use the scoop press technique to get them all back down to where
A 'Mole' Isn't Digging Mars: NASA Engineers Are Trying To Find Out Why
"There is a mole on Mars that's making NASA engineers tear their hair out and here is Joe Palca explains why no they haven't discovered a small insectivorous mammal on Mars the mall we're talking about is a scientific instrument carried on NASA's insight probe that landed on Mars a year ago the malls designed to measure heat flow coming out of the interior of Mars Troy Hudson is insights instrument system engineer the mall has a pointy tip and an internal hammer that works like a kind of pile driver to pound the ball into the ground the frustrations began last February when the mall started downward it was supposed to go down sixteen feet instead it got stuck after fourteen inches Hudson says he and his team decided the problem was related to bouncing just like a gun recoils when you fire it the mall recoiled ever so slightly every time the hammer tried to drive it into the ground so instead of going down it bounced in place engineers thought they might be able to prevent the bouncing if they use the scoop on insights robotic arm to press against the mall as it hammered they tried that in October and it worked for the first time in eight months we have definite forward progress that was about six weeks ago but Hudson New a problem was coming eventually the top of the mall would be flush with the Martian surface and there would be nothing for this group to press against so they came up with a new plan we moved to this group over to a different position nearby and push hard on the soil hoping that that would transfer force to the mall through the soil rather than directly in late October they sent instructions for insights camera to record what happened Hudson says he was horrified when he saw the pictures I was very distraught the mall had backed almost half way out of the hole Hudson is pretty sure he knows what happened without the arm pressing the mole started bouncing again and when it does that loose soil in front of the mall can infiltrate in front of the tip filling up the space that occurs whenever it bounces and they just bounce bounce bounce bounce and more material feels in and ends up backing out of the ground Hudson says they're confident they can use the scoop press technique to get them all back down to where it was and we haven't figured out exactly what we're gonna do that yet when they figure it out we'll let
NASA's InSight lander heat probe resumes working on Mars
"Insight. Lander is moving again. This is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future insights. Mole was designed to dig as much as sixteen feet underground in order to gauge the heat escaping from the interior of Mars but the mole has only managed to partially bury itself since it started hammering in February two thousand thousand nineteen. The mole needs friction from surrounding soil in order to move without it. Recoil from the self hammering action will cause it to ah simply bounce in place. The instrument was designed with the loose sandy soils seen by the spirit and Opportunity Rovers in mind. The soil oil at insights landing area appears to be too crusty to fall back into the whole and create the necessary friction. The strategy of pinning pressing the scoop on insights robotic arm against the side of the mole compensates for that lack of friction and has helped the mole began its modest progress. Meanwhile L. Engineers will continue to dig for solutions. That could keep the mole burrowing below the surface of Mars for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer. Police off. Innovation now is produced
"sixteen feet" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"sixteen feet" Discussed on KOMO
"Until twenty twenty one a bullet train could give you rather could get you from Seattle to Portland in less than an hour might just be the next big transportation project in Washington experts made in Seattle Thursday and discuss how moving people and goods more quickly could grow the local economy by more than three hundred and fifty million dollars California's had one failure after another building its high speed rail system but any construction end of the U. S. high speed rail association says we can avoid those problems we can also learn from them and since they were the first they kept the most hips and they were sort of the trailblazer now it's become much more acceptable to talk about how Israel to find it the state department of transportation estimates that it would cost between twenty five and forty two billion dollars to build a high speed rail system which also connects you to other modes of transportation but tonight the space needle will be lit up and rave green ahead of Sunday's MLS Cup final former sound as Brad Evans a Chad Marshall raise the Sounders flag on top of the needle this morning they're both members of the championship winning squad in twenty sixteen flag is flying high above pike place market and fans will be taking said selfie is with the sixteen foot tall replica of the trophy today the Sounders take on Toronto FC at CenturyLink field at noon Sunday you can watch the match live on komo TV it is time is now for forty time to check the hard exterior sports desk and here's our standards he's played tonight in Corvallis he'll face an Oregon state team that's foreign foreign has won two games in a row here all the action right here on como pregame starts at two thirty kick off seven thirty the Oakland Raiders managed to pull out another dramatic victory that has put them squarely in the AFC playoff race judge Jacobs scored on an eighteen yard run and then in two seconds remaining in the raiders pulled out their second thriller in five days beating the Los Angeles Chargers twenty six to twenty four Thursday night Monday night at Santa Clara will be the first of two meetings this season between the sea hawks in the forty Niners the Cougars will be on the.
NASA’s InSight lander is drilling on Mars again, after being stuck for 6 months
"NASA's probe called inside is supposed to study the interior of Mars one key instrument is called the mole it's a kind of thermometer that was supposed to pound itself into the ground sixteen feet deep enough to measure the heat flow coming from the interior of the planet in February though after digging just fourteen inches it stopped since then engineers on earth have been trying to come up with a strategy to get it moving again for the first time in eight months we have definitive forward progress try Hudson is the instrument system engineer for the insight mission the mall has moved forward about two centimeters which to me definitively says there was not a rock in front of the mall that has always been a possibility and now I think that possibility has been eliminated if it had been a rock that would have been bad bad news we could encounter another rock later on but what stopped us from digging eight months ago was not a rock so if it wasn't a rock what did stop the mall for moving well Hudson says it was the nature of the Martian soil to move forward there's a wait on a spring inside the mall that acts as a kind of pile driver thumping on the mall to drive it downward but the mole needs just a tiny bit of friction to allow it to move the Martian soil wasn't providing any and all that pounding was completely useless luckily the insight lander has a robotic arm so we brought the robotic arm in and use the scoop on the end of it to push sideways against the mole this drives it into the soil and increases the amount of friction resistance it experiences that apparently did the trick now the mall is moving again but more slowly than engineers had expected but they think they know why all that ineffectual pounding only serve to compact the soil beneath the mall Hudson says once they get through that compact patch things should pick up
Tropical Storm Erick could graze Hawaii by week's end
"Well hurricane could brush past Hawaii later this week Erica grew from a tropical storm or hurricane yesterday this is expected to bring strong winds and rain to the Big Island on Thursday hurricane Eric could whip see waters up to anywhere between seven and sixteen feet it's the fifth named storm to make its way into the eastern Pacific Ocean so far
Louisiana residents prepare for major storms as hurricane approaches
"All right by the way New Orleans other gonna have a rough weekend they are bracing for storm conditions like they have never seen before many people are understandably terrified NBC's Kerry Sanders is in the city this morning as it prepares for tropical storm along the Mississippi River the big concern is the storm surge the river is already swollen running eight feet above normal with three to five feet of storm surge possible the Mississippi could rise to levels not seen since nineteen fifty the storm is forecast to come in on shore Saturday possibly as a hurricane along with very heavy rain falling and expected storm surge OBD two to three feet at the mouth of the Mississippi River record flooding is already push that river sixteen to sixteen feet and it could crest at nineteen feet on Saturday Louisiana governor John bel Edwards says there are three ways Louisiana floods storm surge hi rivers and rain Edwards went on to say we are going to have all three this
Investigation underway into deadly Bahamas helicopter crash
"Since seven Americans including a billionaire and his daughter are dead following a helicopter crash in the Bahamas investigators in the Bahamas sifting through the underwater wreckage of the helicopter crash that killed seven Americans including West Virginia billionaire Chris Cline the man dubbed the king of coal and his group took off from big grain Kiev echo for fort Lauderdale around two AM Thursday because of a medical emergency the helicopter reported missing just before three PM residents of green key hours later discovering the downed aircraft overturned in sixteen feet of water its tail and
"sixteen feet" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"I wouldn't drug is to go to Philly. I honestly think that he knows how to run a pick and roll at anything that's going to have put Joel Embiid down to the block, or, you know, ins- from sixteen feet inside that they need a point guard that can play in crunch time. In the play offs. Ben Simmons is not that guy, and unfortunately, neither TJ McConnell. So I hope I, I want Philly to go get a credible accomplished. High basketball IQ point guard to really make that team. Compelling this coming year? Any last words for the clippers. Best of LA look at Steve Balmer. He all he did was, you know, help build, you know one of the two biggest. Companies the in the history of the world. So I'm not putting anything past them, but it doesn't look great right now. Here's their TRE ice. Yeah. Gallinari Lou Williams. Herrell shea Josiah's Alexander, Jerome Robinson major. Shame it. Sedaris Thornwell Tyrone Wallace. They have. Oh, lord. They, they still have like seventy five million dollars left to spend. Wow. Hey it's it's only Sunday night. There's a lot that can happen, which you do like a one year for twenty two for boogie. If you were them. Now cut. I just don't have any, I would. You really have to, to have some advance thinking in terms of the, the, the physical capacity. Like what he's capable of physically. Can I give you a couple of my favorite free agents for we go that are left? Let's do it. I love Robin Lopez. And I really don't want him to go to the Milwaukee, I want them to go to Boston come to Boston. Robin lopez. P F. Seth curry. Yeah. Seth curry is going to be good for somebody just in holiday. I'm pretty sure is a free agent. I like him. Yeah. Yeah. We Sean Holmes. Cheryl Rashad home. So I don't know why I said, Rishon, I like Rashaan home. So I think he's asleep. Rodney career who is still on the clippers. Am I wrong to like? Sata rynski. You're not wrong. I think they're going to try and keep them here in Washington because they don't have another point guard really on the team. Okay. Am I wrong to like TJ McConnell? As like an eight man, like a ninth man may tend to million better is a ninth man. Ten ten tenth man. How do you feel about cost the Kufa's? Is he is he still in the league? Guess that's why it, sir. Rondo. Oh playoff Rondo. He should just take off this season. And come back for the playoffs. He could somebody just signed Rondo. And Tom new show up on April first, please stay away from our team until April. I mean he would do that deal. Wouldn't he even take him for the wiz? No god. No. All right house. I think I think we hit everything, do we hit everything, right? Yeah. We hit everything there's a lot going on. It's this is an ongoing saga today is the first we don't have to conquer it all we're at the bottom of the mountain still. We don't know where quiet letter. It's gonna play next year for Christ sakes. It seems like New Orleans is getting Derrick favors who I know you've enjoyed. Look nother smart better in to go with that New Orleans team. David griffin. A plus plus doesn't know Henderson Langdon. Nobody seems to understand now ten forty pm ET. Nobody seems to understand how Jimmy Butler is actually gonna go to the heat. So that might might be problem cats. Well, because they came back to salaries. I'm looking at somebody just tweeted Kelly Olympic Derek Jones could would have to go to the Mavs, and that's still not enough for trade in match, and blah, blah, blah. So it's very confused right now. Kelly Olympics, my homie. I want him to land wherever somewhere good for him. Good. Good eater, Kelly Olympic before we go. I'm giving you sixty seconds as a wizards fan to tell the Knicks fans to fuck off that the wizards fans actually have it worse. Go. I earning Grunfeld. I don't need sixty seconds, Ernie. Grunfeld was the for all for sixteen years here in Washington. We're, we're going to pay a penance. We missed the, the window for, for the, the maximum opportunity, free agent wise..
Breaking Ground on Mars
"It weighs less than a pair of shoes uses less power than a WI fi router, and has to dig on another planet innovation now, the second of the instruments on Nasr's insight. Lander has been successfully deployed on Mars the heat flow and physical properties package or HP three will measure how easily heat moves through the sub surface of Mars. The probe is designed to measure the heat coming from the inside of the planet. So it must get below ground equipped with a self hammering spike called the mole HP three will burrow sixteen feet below the surface in comparison. The agency's Phoenix. Lander a cousin of insight scooped only seven inches. The mole will stop every nineteen inches to take measurements, because hammering creates friction and releases heat the instrument must cool down before heating it up. Again, temperature sensors will measure how rapidly this warm up occurs telling scientists the thermal conductivity of the soil the team at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory is looking forward to breaking records as the mole begins to break round on LARs for innovation now. I'm Jennifer police now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA.
A New Kind Of Airplane
"You probably remember that heavier than air flight was first cheap by the Wright brothers in nineteen zero three after more than a century airplane technology is mature, and we shouldn't expect major breakthroughs. You're wrong. Don in twenty eight teen a team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of technology developed an entirely new form of airplane. Propulsion that doesn't have any moving parts. No all airplane proposal involves moving services like propellers were jet Roeder's to push the air. How could you possibly make an airplane engine without moving parts and statin leading parts? The researchers used electrical charges the engine used fine wires with forty thousand volt charges to cause some air molecules to become electrically charged. Or I and is d- then they used these electric charges to accelerate the mass of air moving through the engine creating an Ionic wind that flows out the back, the wind powers the airplane. Just like the wind generated by moving propeller. That's right. Pretty impressive. No moving parts or burning fossil fuels are needed. When can I fly on one? It'll be a while the test flight used a model airplane that weighs just five and a half pounds with a wingspan of sixteen feet, they fluid indoors at an MIT. Jim the longest flight. Was one hundred ninety six feet which was just a bit longer than the Wright brothers. I flight the efficiency of the engine depends on the arrangement of its electrodes and the search for the best arrangement is just getting started. There's still lots of research ahead. There's moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm ya'll Cassandra dog glass.
A Mole on Mars
"It weighs less than a pair of shoes uses less power than a WI fi router and has to dig on another planet innovation now the second of the instruments on Nasr's insight. Lander has been successfully deployed on Mars, the heat flow and physical properties package or HP. Three will measure how easily heat moves through the sub surface of Mars the probe is designed to measure the heat coming from the inside of the planet. So it must get below ground equipped with a self hammering spike called the mole HP three will burrow sixteen feet below the surface in comparison, the agency's Phoenix Lander a cousin of insight scooped only seven inches. The mole will stop every nineteen inches to take measurements. Because hammering creates friction and releases heat the instrument must cool down before heating it up. Again, temperature sensors will measure how rapidly this warm up occurs. Telling scientists the thermal conductivity of the soil the team at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory is looking forward to breaking records as the mole begins to break round on LARs for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer police now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on KOMO
"And thus the government shutdown will enter a twentieth day. Tomorrow. Scott Goldberg ABC news. Komo news one thousand ninety seven seven good afternoon. Komo news time one thirty one. I'm Taylor van Cise. Top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Three fishermen are dead off the coast of Oregon their boat capsized late last night petty officer Levi read with the US coastguard Pacific. Northwest says the men comprised the entire crew of the crabbing vessel. Mary be too. Which was twelve to fourteen foot with occasional sixteen foot? Breaking seas three fatalities for that read says rescuers were able to recover two of the bodies the third remains unrecoverable. It was inside the capsized hull, President Trump made his case for a border wall in an address to the nation last night, but a north west political science, professor says the American people weren't paying attention Combo's. Carleen Johnson explains the president's speech less than ten minutes long stressed the importance of securing the border to protect the American people, but also to protect the women and children illegally brought into the country. One in three women are sexually assaulted on the dangerous trek up through Mexico Fleming. Our children are the biggest victims by far of our broken system. And Chris sure tell a political science professor at Portland state university says people who already agreed with President Trump still agree with him those who do not didn't change their minds either. I don't think it's. Moving anyone.
What Exactly Are Frankincense and Myrrh?
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If you've heard of frankencense and Moore, it's probably thanks to the biblical account of the birth of Jesus. According to the book of Matthew chapter, two wise men. Followed a bright star in the east of Bethlehem to where Jesus had been born and presented him with gifts of gold frankencense and Moore during the Christmas season depictions of this event, Argub it quits in American culture, decorating, churches, and shopping, malls alike. But don't let the shiny tinsel and festive candidates distract you from our question today. What exactly are frankencense and mirror? Both frankencense are derived from tree sap or gum resin and are prized for their lowering fragrances frankencense is a milky white resin extracted from species of the genus bus. We Leah which thrive in arid cool areas of the Arabian peninsula, east Africa and India the finest and most aromatic of the species is bus willia- sacra, a small tree that grows in Somalia, Oman and Yemen, these plants which grow to a height of about. Sixteen feet or five meters have papery bark sparse branches of paired leaves and flowers with white petals and a yellow or red center murder is a reddish resin the comes from species of the genus come four, which are native to northeast Africa. And the adjacent areas of the Arabian peninsula. Come a foreign Mira a tree commonly used in the production of Moore can be found in the shallow. Rocky soils of Ethiopia Kenya. Amman Saudi Arabia and small it boasts shiny branches was sparsely that grow in groups of three and can reach a height of nine feet or about three meters. The process for extracting, the sap of these trees is essentially identical harvesters make a longitudinal cut in the tree's trunk which pierces gun resin reservoirs located within the bark the sap slowly uses out from the cut and drips down the tree forming tear-shaped droplets, they're left to harden on the side of the tree. These beans are collected after two weeks people in east Africa and the Arabian peninsula, had produced frankencense and Merv for some five thousand years for much of this time these. Medic resins were the region's most important commodity with a trade network that reached across Africa, Asia and Europe today. Demand for frankencense and Moore has subsided a bit, but numerous Chinese Greek Latin and sanskrit texts reminders of their past importance frankencense and Moore were desired for personal religious and medicinal use in a time before daily bathing people would use the sweet smoke from the resins to make themselves. Smell better. Egyptian women would mix frankencense ash into their I shadow these substances were also widely used in religious ceremonies and burials, according to the Greek writer here notice Egyptians used both frankencense and myrrh in preparation of animals sacrifices and human mummies Jews incorporated them into their religious ceremonies by the third century, BC and Christians by the fourth century, CE the residents also had medical uses in the papyrus Ebbers from fifteen hundred BC priests recommended both resins for the treatment of wounds other ailments. They were once reported to cure included, hemlock poisoning leprosy were. Terms snake bites? Diarrhea plague scurvy and even bald this the high demand for frankencense and Moore created a booming trade in the Middle East lasting several hundred years in the first century, CE around the height of this trade. Plenty the elder claims that Arabia produced approximately one thousand six hundred eighty tonnes about fifteen hundred metric tonnes a frankencense and around four hundred forty eight tons or four hundred metric tons of mir- each year, one of the most important trade centers surrounded and a waste and modern day. Southern Oman this outpost exported frankencense across best Petya India and China for about three hundred BC e to the third century. See the ruins of the settlement remain as UNESCO world. Heritage site known as the land of frankencense, clearly frankencense and Moore were widely available when the wise men visited the baby Jesus around five BC and would have been considered practical gifts with many uses the expensive resins were symbolic as well. A frankencense which was often burned symbolized prayer rising to the heavens like smoke. While mirror, which was often used in bombing symbolized death. So scholars think that frankencense was presented to the infant Jesus to symbolize his later role as a high priest for believers while Mur symbolized, his later, death and burial frankencense and Moore may not be as popular as they once were. But they're still used today in some ways that you might not expect their common ingredients in modern, perfumes, and cosmetics. Continuing a tradition that's lasted years. Scientists are finding new uses for the substances as well. Recent studies suggest that frankencense or its extracts may help intriguing asthma. Rheumatoid arthritis Crohn's disease, and osteoarthritis researchers have also discovered possible benefits of murder in the treatment of gastric ulcers tumors and parasites. This episode was written by Clint pump free and produced by Tyler claim for more on this and lots of other spicy topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. You're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology at a time the things we made and how they made us invention publishes every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever
Insight Lander Places Its Seismometer onto the Surface of Mars
"There's now an earthquake monitor on Mars ready to record any seismic activity. Nastase new Mars. Lander insight used its robotic arm to set the seismometers in place. The first time a robotic arms lowered an experiment onto the Martian surface. The ground is slightly tilted so flight controller still need to make the seismometers level. Insights Armel swing back into action next month to place a wind cover over the seismometers and to set down another experiment. The heat probe dubbed the mole will burrow up to sixteen feet into Mars to measure
How Asteroids Can Have Rings, Spiders That Nurse Their Young
"Today. Ulan about why asteroids can have rings spiders that actually nurse their young. And massive tree. That's been known to bring visitors to tears with satisfy some curiosity. You'll know that Saturn has incredible rings surrounding the planet. But did you know that even smaller bodies can host rings? That's right. Scientists now know that even asteroids can be surrounded by these celestial hula hoops. But it turns out the physics behind big rings is totally different from the physics behind small rings. So first, here's what we know about rings in general rings are just tight orbiting clouds of ice rock and dust, but we're still learning a lot about where planetary rings came from. And how they behave. Nasr's Cassini mission collected a lot of data from Saturn's rings in two thousand seventeen one thing. We now know is that Saturn's rings are made up of debris of all sizes from particles as. Small as a grain of sand to boulders as large as a whole mountain. But here's a surprise asteroids have rings to scientists discovered rings around an asteroid called Caracciolo in twenty fourteen then found a circle of debris surrounding a dwarf planet called how may in two thousand seventeen a new study in nature astronomy explains how these little bodies can hold onto the rings in the absence of shepherding moons which help hold together rings around planets. The researchers have a couple of explanations. The first explanation is that if the bodies spinning quickly enough, it can create a resonance that stops rings of debris from expanding and dissolving the second ring saving influence is if the asteroid or dwarf planet has a huge center of mass on its surface like a mountain this keeps the ring hovering over its home object rather than being torn apart by tidal forces one of the studies co-authors puts it this way. Quote, in the case of Caracciolo, the irregularities confined the rings in the case of how may the bodies big flatness does the job, unquote. Maybe someday. We'll figure out how to get a ring around earth. You know, we will do that. Actually, why do we do that Cody because if you like it, then you should put a ring on? Yup. Checklist for being a mammal is pretty straightforward. You need to be warm blooded, you need have body hair, and you need to nurse. You're young. So imagine scientists surprise when they discovered that a spider and invertebrate that is definitely not a mammal produces milk, and nurses. It's young actually talked to me about the rabbit hole. This led you down. Yeah. I found out that a lot of non mammals produce something akin to milk like cockroaches seat. See flies pigeon. That was really gross. This is all disgust. Mill gets really gross really fast. Well, we'll try not to gross people out. Yeah. We'll stick to the spider. I'm talking about a jumping spider known as Tuksy est. Magnus? It looks like a spider and more like an aunt, and it doesn't really act like a spider either. Usually once a spider hatches and get strong enough to find its own food it sticks out on its own as a lone hunter. But t Magnus spiders live is happy little families in a single nest often with two or more adults or one adult female in several baby spider Ling's with that whole nest thing going on researchers in China wanted to see if the mother spider also took care of its young as they matured, and they found that the mother spider was producing a sort of milk for her offspring for the first week. She left droplets of it around the nest for her Speidel ings to find. But eventually the baby started sucking directly from her for lack of a better term teat, though, technically the milk came out of her epi gastric furrow, which is a genital structure in her abdomen the spider links kept nursing for about a month and a half. But even after they were done nursing. They kept using the nest at night. There's done slacker teenagers my right? We found a few other non mammals that make milk to feed their young. But according to the researchers this jumping spider is the only invertebrate known so far to nurse. It's young like a mammal. They say it's a sign at scientists need to reevaluate how common this tendency is across the animal kingdom, both in invertebrates and other organisms once again science proves to be more complex than are cleaned definitions can handle as a fan of comic books. I'm just glad Peter Parker. Didn't get bitten by a radioactive jumping spider. Spiderman might be a bit different spider, mama. Buttermilk spy. Gross. Not like spiders. But I bet you like trees, let's end with something. Beautiful a tree called Tani Muhuta nicknamed the Lord of the forest. It's a massive tree known to bring visitors to tears now. Ashley, you grew up by the redwoods. So you're no stranger to tall trees. Yeah. There's there's no tree better than an old growth. Redwood in my book, you can't convince me otherwise these trees actually aren't as tall as redwoods, but they are big around. Yes. Like, you cannot hog around these trees. So this is like the New Zealand version of old growth, redwoods. Amo Huta is the largest cowry treat in the world for some perspective. The coastal Redwood trees in the US can grow to be around three hundred feet or ninety meters tall or coury trees, usually grow to about a third of that height. But again, they are wide in average coury tree is more than sixteen feet or five meters around, but the Lord of the forest named after Mallory forest, God is a staggering fifty feet around and one hundred forty eight feet. Tall that sixteen meters around and forty five meters tall, which makes it about as tall as a fourteen story building. It takes a long time for a tree to reach that height and Tani Huta is estimated to be about twenty five hundred to three thousand years old. That means it was a sapling when humans were first entering the bronze age besides their stunning appearance above ground coury trees, set themselves apart with a uniquely shallow network of routes. Now, let's have very large trees nourish themselves on mineral deposits, deep beneath the ground, but counties extend to thin tendrils along the surface, and they feed off of decomposing organic matter. They have deep pegged routes to hold them down since they're so huge. And they don't gather any nutrients, unfortunately, that feeding system also leaves the giants vulnerable in recent years the trees have been suffering from a new disease known as Kaori dieback, it's caused by outside contaminants seeping into the shallow roots. Sometimes by wondering mammals and sometimes on the soles. Of visiting hikers. That's why if you're going to visit tiny Muhuta you actually mean to hose off your shoes before you do. So
"sixteen feet" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"And a shot in the arm for the migrant caravan in Tijuana, the judge saying Trump cannot require migrants the seek asylum at a port of entry that could deprive some filing a meaningful asylum. Claim homeland security secretary Kirsten Neilsen said today that the administration will appeal court that has decided that they know better about what is important from national security perspective than the president of the United States. It's dangerous. We will appeal it we absolutely expect to win in Tijuana. We s Fox News. Mexico's former top security chief says he was not bribed by drug Lord, El Chapo, or anyone else a former cartel member testified in the kingpin's US trial that in the mid two thousand he gave six million dollars to the security chief, but narrow Garcia. Luna insists that never happened in called the claim defamatory. Venus Williams has reached a settlement with the family of the man who died in the Florida car accident. She had last year, according to court documents filed in Palm Beach county, Florida, Venus Williams reached an agreement last week with the estate of Jerome bargain. Arsons wife was driving and he was the passenger in the sedan t-boned Venus as she drove through a busy intersection in Palm Beach gardens last year. The martians had a green light barreled into the tennis stars SUV drum Boston would pass away from his injuries. Two weeks later, his wife, Linda, also suffering injuries. Venus was cleared of criminal charges after cops determined. She was caught in the middle of the intersection. When her light turned red while details are minimal. There was a financial settlement that will cover certain expenses. Matt Napolitano, Fox News the first American spacecraft to land on Mars in six years is set to arrive Monday. The insight will explore the ground on the red planet. It will be listening for tremors like earthquakes and will attempt to dig down sixteen feet. Nasa engineers will be able to stay in touch with the spacecraft radio waves.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast
"It's my job to keep you. And then you jump off of the sixteen foot lifeguard tower, keep spraying them. Just can't them good. You know, I think that would definitely show him between Julian solution in mind. I think we have a non-problem honor hymns. Sometimes Zoe 'Sometimes participants at the gym. I work at take our walkie talkies and keep them while they work out. Little confused by this. What walk first of all, they read it over again, participants at the gym. I work at take our walkie talkies and keep them while they work out the keep them with them all they work out. So they like my question is what walkie-talkies even work there, like they worked their participants? What does that mean? Like patrons, people who pay for membership and go work out. I'm assuming this is up to them and go give me that fucking walkie talkie not as much better way to do this. Can you call the weirdest sex hotline? You could find turn on speaker to the other walkie talkie next to it. So wherever they are, they're gonna get completely. Right. It's a flawless solution. Thank you. Thank you. And then they'll never take again unless they want unless they liked it. That's then you have different. A big different problem. My cubicle buddy fart sloughed in often I've tried embarrassing him by asking him loudly and in front of people to cut it up, but it's not slowing down anytime soon. The mouse. Just get a gas mask. Through that. Or you could buy a fart. Sound effect machine and everytime he starts, you fart louder? Yes. Oh, no. Here's what you do. You chum up the office manager who has who has connection to the intercom feature and you hook up a fart machine to your desk, the button on your desk. But every time you press of far plays over the whole office. Anytime he farts, you just fart for the office. So it's until everything's out of control. Then you just living in a fart box in then somebody's gotta do something, but you know what? It's not you and now the problem's bigger than you and out of your hands. So you've basically not solve the problem, but you've made it, so it's not your personal problem anymore or do this every time they far the next using this person farted really loud. That's what he said he did. He tried to embarrass, no, but like just like screaming. This guy just fucking farted. Smell everybody. He farted. Could you just like eat something that makes you far a lot, and then just try to do it back to him. That's good. That's good idea. But I don't know how closely you're in touch with your diet and your your body to know exactly what makes you for. Or he just get a stink bomb and just the destroyed off that farts spray or something sells like far every time he farts you just like do one hot miss in the air, but you wear a gas mask, oh, get your job done. Here's you're not getting fired doing. You put a megaphone under his chair so that if. Because under. Well, essentially the same thing because you're just amplifying apart noise one's real ones fake or you could just put it will because under your hair and farts face every time he farts, you fake fart by sitting on the because in spring spray. So you just you've engaged in heart war now and someone's gonna come on top and it's going to be you. Hey, you know what? That's good. You didn't start the fire war. Yes, no, I get. I like you. Thank you. Chelsea having people giggle as I say the infamous line. Hi, welcome to Chili's. So I'm guessing you're greeting Chili's or your life. I think you got address dress up some every day. Or or I know I know very easy solution. You have a vine playing on a loop. Like on the little podium when you walk in so that you get like this, yo, and he play at it, does it for you and then just carry an ipad, play, mount it to the podium or you strap it to your chain. So you have a chain with an ipad and you up to people, you just press play. It says, hi, welcome to Chili's or you could walk up to the table.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Left all high The whole that's feet Fifteen feet The shot from, Ricky Fowler his eight under par played that when beautiful waited on the upslope just sort of the ridge and ended up hind, the whole some twelve fifteen feet away Ricky's. Closest friends Jordan speak with another birdie on the par-five. Eighth Jordan speed is four back now at six under par that lead belongs, to Brooks kept ga who used a wedge over the green from some twenty five feet away and. Almost hold it kept the taps in for par and stays at ten, under now Gary woodland to join them at that Mark from sixteen feet, away bottom Gary woodland back at the top of the board tied with, kept good ten under. And port put there for. Gary woodland never in his career does not have a top ten in a major championship is. A talented young man has a new in I'm trying to remember coaches now They're very of course. Have to back the Butch Harmon He's used a at the same coaches Kenny Chesney. Me his name is used in the short game. Area the, so far this year he's got Phil canyon Down there now. Working on his short game and his putting, and it's just he he's always had a talent. He's an athletic guy but seems to be putting it together now let's go to John McGuinness matassa Johnson second China in the air here at the fourth this one comes down right. Beside the flag other right hand side absolutely, bombed a drive all the way to the upslope and then a, beautiful seven, Aaron in here inside fifteen feet so DJ with another opportunity, hasn't converted yet but it keeps giving yourself chances woodland. And kept or tender Justin Thomas Rickie Fowler. And Kevin Kisner are eight under Tiger Woods Jason day. Dustin Johnson part of. The group at seven under Jordan Spieth, is four back. At six under par we're back in a moment. From Belle Reeve country club this PGA championship radio Hey.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"WGM Jay we're back with Brett, I'm Libby Collins for Jim peck on WTMJ and we're talking about those odds of control landscapes and and of course it's not just the beds where we have the the. Plantings and the shrubs and the beautiful flowers probably the. Biggest, part of our landscape is the lawn. Now let's talk a little bit about lawns. Get out of control and get? Too? Weedy, what's your perfect lawn look like brat well I think a perfect lawn is going to obviously have. A deeper green color be relatively wheat free I don't think a perfect lawn has to be completely. Wheat free to be quite honest with you it's too much, chemicals in, too, much fertilizer, to get Augusta National You know We're not playing, golf, well right but I do wanna lawn that I can walk around in my. Bare feet hopefully we won't spend a whole lot of time talking about, dog Dewey, but anyway that definitely falls into the NADA perfect scenario when you walk in through, the in you squish that between. Your toes, so anyway So we were relatively wheat, free deep green thick lush and. You know Just a pleasing to the. I I love crisp defined, edges, between, my, grass, and, my plant beds We do have machinery that helps to cut a groove between the of. The plant bed see if that crisp break? When the grass doesn't, of bleed up into your, plant how often do you need to do that, once a year typically and, sometimes throughout the year you may just touch it up a little bit but we. For our clients we edge their beds typically once? A year and bark mulch once, every other, year should there be a divider between were that bark mulch is and the lawn begins I mean depending on how it is in the slope of your lawn and everything. That bark mulch can, fall into the lawn or? The lawn can over grow into where the mulches so how do you how do you. Define that I personally prefer using a machine that makes a distinct Separation between the grass, in the bed but there are a. Lot of people that ask. Us to put in etchings of some sort we we virtually do not do vinyl edging. Anymore in Wisconsin we can have twenty thirty or even more freezing thaws cycles in. A winter and that freezing and thawing squirts? The Aloom or the, edging out of the ground, very quickly steel edging works the best but it's. Very expensive we do brick, and natural stone edges as well but they're very expensive but their permanent aluminum edging. Is the third on my list because aluminum does? Expand and contract a bit but. It seems, to stay in the ground a lot better vinyl edging in my opinion it's a waste of time and money and if you ever running along more over your vinyl edging. And you keep catching, the corner of you know? Exactly what I'm talking about plus it looks really dated Looks so eighties, well when, it's. First installed. It's, it looks good but right it eventually it just doesn't last I personally installed vinyl edging years ago and I. Would take a sixteen foot piece lay it out in the sun pull it out of the. Box laid out in the sun and in an. Hour of nice warm sunny day it's sixteen feet eight inches long why the sun warmed, it up so much longer and now that's why it's working itself out of the ground because. That night it's shrinks and, then the next day. Shrinks and that's why you start yours your edges, start to come out, of the ground I or else also in curves because it's expanding and contracting and it it works itself, out of the ground so the really wise thing to do is at, the beginning of, the season get it edge professionally and. Then you're gonna at least have that nice little separation crash the season correct all right we're we're, here with a Brockton Hagan on the. Designer yard showing WTMJ now We're not taking calls on today's show but you can always. Reach out to Brett personally by calling in at? Seasonal services at two six two three nine to thirty four forty four or go to seasonal services dot com. Now you sat Brad all lawns have weeds but how much treatment should they, have I mean how, much in control do you want that that launch debate that's personal, preference but, for. For us. And, we have about seven hundred lawn care clients that we treat their lawns We we like to do Regressive we control when people first. Come on board with us but our goal is to fertilize and get an air rate is a huge thing for having a healthy lawn air rating annually for. The first couple of years and once you've done it for a, few years in a row you can switch, off to every other year but getting your lawn thick and healthy and then an irrigation system will help this to that lawn will. Naturally defend, itself against weeds I I I realize. And I haven't irrigation system my lawn does not get a, lot of weeds in it and so I can use a lot less herbicides and so we'll spot spray in my yard and the that is. Very good for the environment number one and number two is I don't like my dogs and my kids running around and my kids, are all grown up now but they still. Run around in, the art and you know you. Just want, to have this this this our. Dependency on herbicides and things it's, it's, really one of my Pet peeves is how much people spray and I watch some. Companies in. A blanket spring you're only in Wisconsin you're only allowed to blanket a whole on with herbicide twice a year you can, spot treat other times but I our clients. That have been, on her program for a couple. Of years, we're we're hardly ever blanket spring. Because just doesn't need that much And so what we're. Looking for, is a situation where the grass is thick and healthy and competing out competing. The weeds now you're gonna get creeping Charlie and there's there's there are weeds that are very difficult to control we. Do apply crabgrass control every. Year because. Crabgrass is very persistent so annual. Annual treatment of crabgrass, is important what time of year should you aerate early spring or I'm sorry I thought you were gonna ask me crabgrass is spring aeration is typically fall, so this is right right now is when you should be thinking about AirAsia get. On somebody's list and seasonal services we do provide this service we're gonna we'll start typically around Labor. Day if it's if it's there's a lot of, moisture in the ground. In mid to late August will start then and we'll go right right. Through early November with with air, ration- but, it's a good time to do it as when there's moisture in the. Ground, so if it's if it's really hot and dry in July Why or. I'm sorry at the end of August will will wait till after. Labor selflessness right now want to get.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on Starting9
"The red sox just picked five hundred sixteen feet and no one's even talking about it like i didn't even know about it until after the red sox picked him with what kind of consistency is that kid dropping dick in his competition your sure not comparing him to bryce harper in terms of talent because but yeah i heard about bryce harper originally because video i was like holy shit fucking high school kid at a five hundred foot home run let me see this kid i look at the you know the the showcase video then you start reno on him the home runs in vegas where apparently even further than that in a game this is a kid jeered who graduated early right rice hyper and did he did he graduate her yet because he dropped out and like went to jocosely he got he got like his ged exactly he got his ged so he could grab a wood bat go play against kids older and better than him or so they thought and he went out and promptly shut upon the competition like there isn't there we're not going to get the hype train for anybody else like we've saw like we saw for bryce harper sell no it's just it's not gonna happen though the one special thing about soda all say before we put a bow on him is before he got called up he had thirty one abc's thirty one at bats above able thirty one above able that's too that's i mean that could even be high who fucking knows but it's aa aaa and he shows up to the big leagues a line drive percentage of exactly fifty percent over the last month and he is showing extreme patients as well at the plate very very mature very very advanced approach for a young man talked about like his poise too because it was one of the big takeaways that i had when i was talking to you earlier was you've watched this kid does not look like he's nineteen years old and i'm not saying like oh he's must be twenty five because it's performing so while i'm saying in terms of the way that he harry's himself chant shake him that does not look like someone who's a nineteen year old kid in the big leagues and performing at the level that he is so yeah he's he's kind of got the complete package going for himself speaking of packages the national sent a prospect package to the royals in exchange for kelvin herrera are pretty much the first notable trade of the season yeah what was your guys reaction to kelvin herrera solidifying the back end of that bullpen i feel like the nationals have been trying to solidify their bullpen for like three fucking years i just been in the market for relievers who can help them out at the back end for literally years but i'd say i say they succeeded yet hiring like white literally the best reliever i mean sean doolittle does not get who of an attention he deserves for being as dominant as he is and as as stable as he has been look dude i watched this kid goes through all the trials and tribulations as a banged up first basement couldn't get the wheels right could get the wrist right so he fucking takes it to the mound and has developed into one of the game's best relievers so they went head and signed him up they brought his boy matson with them they were good they were really good and now they've got kelvin herrera to you want i mean it's an arms race jared i've said it will always be an arms race and it's starting earlier you want to try to create some separation for themselves in that division right because they're not i mean they're not in first place in a division that people thought that they should have absolutely runaway nobody sells graves nobody saw the brave showing up two years early that's the thing though right the braves are oh billy's to no one gave the phillies fucking chance to to be as good as they've been but we'll kelvin herrera check this out the ultimate there's there's dominance kelvin herrera that the nationals are seeking it is low traffic on the base paths way swing and miss and you're just not going to be given a free opportunity from kelvin herrera six walks over the last three hundred and sixteen batters faced back to twenty sixteen that's tied for first with that's right the usable suspect one dan otero hit his walk is literally.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Stories bring it up is because what our for the first time of the glorious history and we're very proud all the gambling's are lined up to applaud we're going to have a male stripper on our air the besigye is gonna join us this is a point and listening folks nine forty because he's the guy who posed with the lady cops that it's a big brouhaha and we can get his side of the story his name is judah oh boy and he's got a and he's got some he's got jude's they're a billion hey congratulate michael d as of staten island was the first caller to correctly identify that this was the mets turning point of the game here's camargo first pitch line deep to right down the line hooky towards the wall it is just over the sixteen foot high wall at right field braved with the ball game right obviously it was the game winning homer yet again and the non benign fitting so that was the mets chock full nuts turning point of the game so michael from staten island was was self apparent mets tickets your next chance to win listen to the next mets post game show on w o r tonight just figure it'll be a ninth inning homer for the braves starts at six o five our coverage here on seven seven wr and find out was the mets chocolate nuts turning point of the game so each morning we walk in here mike lennon michael grumbles hello grumble hello i come in with a sunny disposition every morning i say good morning have you ever seen me come in here with you good morning has made me laugh during the night i come in with some jokes that i want to get off lennon's mr grump he is mr grump until we get to eight o'clock and then smile six o'clock showtime but we discussed with the big three should be and renal says well it's got to be the stock market visit visit points yesterday a big hit yesterday everybody's ira took a big hit everybody stock portfolio took a big who says to put all your ira and stocks well so you don't mind what are you waiting diversify your in cd's something i don't know you know you don't even know hundreds of stocks nobody should be one hundred percent stocks diversification is the key but when the.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"The beautiful day one eighty five degrees for thursday for your friday it'll be eightyfive once again just feel more clouds in the afternoon and then saturday showers and thunderstorms are expected a high of eighty degrees but those thunderstorms especially late saturday afternoon and evening into early sunday could be rather strong that is newsradio ten forty who threeday weather from channel thirteen i'm meteorologist ed wilson who radio news time is three thirty four the radar showing no precipitation anywhere in iowa but one the flood warns it continues as for the mississippi river muscatine in southeast iowa last night the stage was seventeen point eight feet that's more than a foot and a half over flood stage of sixteen feet minor flooding is occurring and water is the lower portion of the riverside side park parking lot in pella had sixty one here into moines we have a cloudy sky we've dropped two degrees in the last hour it's now sixty five degrees this is newsradio ten forty who were half hour away from the hour long news magazine program america in the morning to talk to george noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on AP News
"To burrow nearly sixteen feet into the martian soil it will take the planet's temperature and also it's pulse through a quake measuring seismometers this is a joint mission involving us and european space agency's the insight is set to launch early saturday i'm jackie quinn after a deadly incident on a southwest plane two weeks ago the julia walker reports passengers on south west had reason for concern when a window cracked on wednesday passenger richard socio sitting five rows away and heard the window crap allow pop people kind of scattered away from that window passenger paul upshaw says he thought back to the accident two weeks ago when a southwest engine blew apart piercing a window and partly sucking woman out killing her gordon reminded were with further south west says no one was injured on that flight from chicago to new jersey which had to make an emergency landing in cleveland because of the crack window i'm julie walker doctors say they're pleased with former president george h w bush has progress but ap washington correspondent saga megani reports he is remaining in the hospital the ninety three year old expresidents bid at a houston hospital since the day after his wife's funeral last month and spokesman jim mcgrath says bush will stay there at least another day as he's treated for an infection that spread to his blood mcgrath says doctors are very pleased with bush's progress at the forty first president continues regaining strength he said bush hopes to get to his family's vacation home in maine next month saga megani at the white house dolan.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Unfortunately i had to use a men's room so i'm just an in a hurry and it's raining by that is rain so i see a spot where you pay a dollar with a credit card i said great i looked around there's no signs park the car went into a place and did what i had to do kim back out five minutes later three hundred dollar ticket and i looked up a handicapped zone sixteen feet up in the air four inches by four inches that is doc a picture of it i couldn't believe it i couldn't believe it either and i went back inside and i told one of my coworkers and he got snagged on like a month early because oh yeah oh yeah i know exactly we talking about it's it's you know you need to like let people know that that's a handicapped spot you don't hang signs like you know ten feet in the air from the trees handicapped people can't look up there and see them i mean really had at least supposed to know and then like i i you know i had same thing zip right in hundred dollars later and i told them i said i even took a picture and this is not visible it's not really visible unless you're giresse exactly what's the point it's like ridiculous contest it i said well what's going to happen they're going to say it was mark and you're not gonna win i don't have time and i didn't want to spend three hundred dollars but i didn't have the time they contested so i paid i know i know i know exactly what you mean morton thanks for the call to new jersey one zero one.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"A lot of those are largely without here's doyle rightside the coley sixteen foot jump shot no and bell comes away with the rebound two three down spreading it out is why this weekend but that we've been is a little voluble light first rob as a seasonhigh wagner misfires from deep in the left corner beyond the 3point arc and civilian it comes down with the rebound robes the middle and then polls it back out let's see what the ball free throw line extended left by defied somebody to throw to it gets it outside the door 13 on the shot clock boy comes out first raid goal angles right if it back to collate seventy foot jump shot and she gets a ticket sales nice throwback bike halfway doyle holy has eight a huge basket there for the hawkeyes out there just a step inside the 3point line three point sixty six six deep minnesota top years hubbard angling rightsided lockett's of foul we'll be called on the gophers darrelle go against try a fellow will be her second we just need to keep on chipping away of this jeff i've been insiduous the chance to get it to the four points bloody a time with five minutes left to go hawks locked in another tight went on the road of the big ten near stewart making a move down the right side of the lane that we've got a whistle those so who she will pick up served ia sheep soy stewart linfield directors gop honoring the nation's best overall athletics program said all divisions widely though it is the crowning achieved the in alex sports recognizing lead with that women's cappella bachelor's over two decades follow your favor timothy directors cup dot com on twitter facebook or through usa today we have.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on MLB At the Plate
"Tamil be aso placed arm trigger i'd afternoon games ian half of the cubs went three eighty nine 109 exit fee low jose ray as lean adams michael frank all going deep ozzie albee's of braves it is six tom run of the year watch out for this kids speed he's going to grow into his body spowers ozzie albis very impressed with this young man jay bruce cranked one for the indians went four hundred sixteen feet nick cassiano stock dominic smith both cohen yard alex pregnant hit his 19th nolan aeronautics 37th when four hundred thirty feet 105 off the bat charlie black men had the longest home run of the night four fifty four deep into the cores field air four to fifty four feet 106 exit via low carlos sanchez mark reynolds jake lam going deep evola gory hit one three sixty seven where he alfaromeo and cesar hernandez both went deep brian zimmerman hit a pair first one we don't have the stat cast informed with the second when we do what four hundred nine feet one hundred seven off the bat bryant does your stays hot blasted one four 10 eduardo escobar's teammate four hundred eighteen feet stephen vote big night for the brewers solo shot went three eighty four quit mira field paul de yung shin suciu all go in yard logan morrison hit one four hundred feet 100 exit v low trevor story tripled and homered is homerun when four nineteen 104 exit fee low jason worth were not unknown years.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The wtmj newsroom i'm sarah lind historic river levels are causing the fox river to flood in burlington where residents are beginning to fear the worst the water shut main bridges and roads in the city and put the entire community under curfew ronnie becker is afraid of the rising waters levels simply who i'm gonna lose our who she her husband and their pets are watching the rivers around their home their neighbor jeff taff had his some pump running all day wednesday before the power went out once it gets up to the house level what are you get into the river is supposed to crest today likely at more than sixteen feet flood stage for the fox river is eleven feet in meanwhile worth county flooding washes away an entire section of coverage school road in east try also in east try the honey create dam on the city's south side was overcome by floodwaters crews set up barriers restricting and rerouting traffic in the area engineers checked the damn out and say it is structurally sound a federal of hill's court panel has upheld wisconsin's right to work law wisconsin attorney general rod schimmel is hailing a federal appeals court panel decision upholding wisconsin's right to work law the law prohibits businesses and unions from reaching agreements that require all workers to pay union twos unions maintain the line abels nonunion members to receive free representation the international union of operating engineers filed a lawsuit last year alleging that amounts to an unconstitutional taking the law was upheld by us district judge in september and a threejudge appeals court panel upheld that ruling colleen bowland wtmj news milwaukee police say a naked man killed by police in jaffa persson county this week may have been involved in a shooting earlier that morning police responded to a shooting early tuesday morning and the three hundred block of south thirtythird street the home of randy engstrom's mother police say angstrom shot someone who is very serious injuries mercedes engstrom says her husband was bipolar he was a mentally ill unstable person that needed help and couldn't get angstrom says she and her husband recently decided to split up and that may have pushed him over the edge just when the word out there that this man here was.
"sixteen feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Who wants to buy a piece of history from the disco era dance floor which lit up red blue and yellow and rhythm to the music of saturday night fever was cut madam built for the nineteen 77 movie who soundtrack feature disco hits by the beegees including saturday night fever and you should be dancing the floor measures 24 feet by sixteen feet and houses more than two hundred and fifty separate compartments it was fitted into a small club in brooklyn for the films famous dance scenes it's up for auction in los angeles as part of the profiles in history hollywood auction and is estimated to sell for between one to one point five million dollars i'm alex hinton the e bjp awards were presented last night in los angeles the rapper chance won this year's humanitarian award he was honored for the work he's been doing in his hometown out of chicago chaired says he didn't prepare a speech but he had blood are your thoughts to share goods over sakaba public school system not to take out a loan from chase bank when they noted are schools are planning on bail in an our district i was not i was gone so i wasn't subtle judges than we just need a conviction when you know the wrong for doing really are beat out nicki menaj for best female hip hop artist breaking a sevenyear winning streak for nicky butt urge loss purple heart medal was awarded to a world war one vet has been returned to his family purple hearts reunited says the medal belongs to corp everett jesse proper who served with the us army 77 infantry in france he was wounded in a gas a jacket august 1918 proper suv live the war lived to be eighty seven years old he died 1980 won his purple heart medal was found in a house nearly new hampshire purple hearts reunited was contacted to track down propper's greatnephew victis wart in a town near syracuse new york and his family received his relatives nettle yes today hello phone it six wants to five for forty four hundred max mirnyi breezy phone force foresaw was on twitter and wbz's traffic wbz news time one 23 it is time for traffic and weather together let's begin with a subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.