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"susana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"susana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Important to let history teachers everyone could participate in a unified approach to getting ahead of this pandemic and experienced guide us. Is there some parallel with that? Bloomberg balance of Power with David Weston is an economist. Does that make sense weekdays at noon Eastern on Bloomberg Radio? The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio Com How's that affected Facebook? If at all? Bloomberg, the world is listening. President Biden has invited 40 world leaders to a virtual summit on climate change. The White House says. The president of China and Russia have been asked to attend the two day meeting next month, Biden told reporters they know they're invited, though he hasn't spoken to either one yet. The climate summit will be held on Earth Day April 22nd to Texas senators of Shining a spotlight on the surge of the southern border. Republican senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz letter GOP delegation on a boat trip on the Rio Grande and during a news briefing on shore corn and called it a humanitarian Crisis. They're being overwhelmed Smugglers and the cartels are doing this on purpose, getting paid by the head for his many people as they can get into the country, the veteran lawmaker said. The U. S immigration system is broken. Children's book author Beverly Cleary has passed away, HarperCollins publishers says The Ramona Quimby author died Thursday in Carmel, California at the age of 104. Cleary's books have sold more than 85 million copies. That's the latest I, Mr Taylor. And I'm Susana Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. New York City is set to become the first major city in the nation to end qualified immunity for police officers. The City Council has voted to allow for police to face civil lawsuits. Legislation created a new local civil right, protecting New Yorkers against unreasonable search and seizures and excessive force while banning the use of qualified immunity as a defense for certain civil rights violations. Legislation needs to be signed by Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York has launched a first of its kind mobile covert 19 passport known as Excelsior past. We get more.

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Arkansas state senator says he's leaving Republican Party

Marketplace

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Arkansas state senator says he's leaving Republican Party

"Prominent Arkansas state senator is changing his party affiliation from Republican to independent. Susana Psy Tech from member station K U A E F report. Senator Jim Hendron says the deadly insurrection at the U. S Capitol building last month prompted his decision. After declaring himself an independent state Senator Jim Hendron, announced he's forming in your organization aimed at working in a bipartisan fashion in a video. Hundreds, said the January 6th U. S Capitol insurrection was his tipping point. I asked myself what in the world would I tell my grandchildren when they asked one day what happened And what did I do about it? The Republican Party of Arkansas calls hundreds of decision nothing more than an attempt to get press for a future independent candidacy for governor. Because 100 knows he can't compete with the conservative records of other leading GOP candidates

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"susana" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

08:01 min | 11 months ago

"susana" Discussed on The Product Experience

"From they're so pretty cool to be here Thursday. So Susana one of the things that we were talking about today is this state of product presentation that you use it on feed. Oh, but I'm curious about how it came about in the first place and as the oil companies start to grow you started with a top-down strategy, I think but this is a bottom-up approach. Why is that special? What what problems does that solve for you? Yeah, so you can do strong in multiple ways. Obviously. I think the ideal way you want to do it is is stop down right you want to have and Melissa. Like outlines that beautifully and in her book you want to have a situation where like your sea level stuff like sets out the vision for the company and then they set out like, okay, what are the business challenges that we have? And then the next layer the PM's and or the VP products set up wage? What are the problems from a product point of view we can solve to enable that and so it all Cascades beautifully but you don't get that kind of structure and every company particularly early on where it's a little bit more money. So for us we didn't have that kind of set up so it felt like we needed to go bottom-up first where the office dividual PM's were bringing these strategic decisions and opportunities to the sea level team so that they could start to have the right conversations and right trade-offs. So yeah, it's it's a different method and it kind of empowers the individual p.m. To have strategic level conversations and it gives them an awesome seat at the table and like a a huge growing opportunity as well. So how does it work? How long does I've got so many questions like what is it? How would you describe it? What's its elevator pitch the state of the product kind of approach. The last eight of product is dead. Basically a communication tool it takes shape as a new thing that happens every 6 months or every one year and it's basically a summary of everything that took the product manager has seen in terms of how the product has been performing so far how the market has changed or like what are the things that have changed since the last time you kind of did your strategy is frozen and what are we going to do about it? And what are we going to do about it with our current team and if we got additional resources what else could we do about it? Like what is the ask that you have for the sea level team of how you can click respectively supercharged your team to achieve those goals at a faster Pace it basically forces us all to kind of take a step back and actually look at everything outside organization. That's not just like our customer pains, but also go and feel like okay, we're actually part of this market and this is happening. Like I don't know Apple just released some new thing or like there's this new technological birth. And or like there's loads of Acquisitions happening, right? Like it's it's a moment where you kind of just zoom out and look outside your firm and you go like okay, right. So where are we actually traveling to it's it's basically setting wage direction of travel for the next year, maybe two years depending on the maturity of the org. And what goes into it. Give us a the the quick guide to what is in this this presentation. Okay? Yeah. So you want to start by just defining what the product is so originally we we used to do this for every single p.m. So we ended up with a lot of these songs. We kind of condensed it so each business area or or each line of business does their own in in groups, but you want to Define. Okay? What is what is this product that you're building? You know, I could do like the value Pro canvas or a way of defining why this product is valuable and what problems does it solve for the market and then you want to say okay given them. That's the thing that we're doing right now. How well does it doing like song? Do we see a really great Revenue growth do we see like key metrics and leading and lagging metrics indicating. Is it is it doing well, is it doing really poorly like just take a stock? Like what is the health of your product right now? And then you take a step back and you go like okay. How is the market changing and that's when you do your analysis on the markets what what happens before my product will happens after my product of em, I like a technology play or am I like an end to end solution and then you go. Okay. What am I going to do about that? So that's when you do your product strategy section and there you can do you can use it a bunch of different Frameworks can we can go into detail and into these ones and once you're done with that you go like okay now that I've done all of this analysis, what am I going to do about it? And that's where you start extracting theme and say okay for this trend that I've seen in the market. This is my response. This is how I'm going to make my company powerful by maximizing or minimizing my birth. Women in certain things that are going to help us get to where we need to go and then you say okay for me to execute on it. That's when you start going into your execution area. And you say with the current team. This is what I can do with this is how fast you progress on it. And then if you don't have a large enough team, you might say hey exact team. I need I need a larger team like I need to double the size of the team. And if I do that here is what I can do for you. Here's how I can accelerate our journey towards this beautiful Vision. I've just painted of how we should respond to what's happening outside the company. So yeah Thursdays are these are the overarching sections right for a definition product performance. You do your market analysis either your strategy analysis then you say so what what's the roadmap and then how do we execute? Okay, so that's a lot of content in one deck or in in one kind of presentation. So how much time do you give yourself to them? Dentist back to the business. Yeah, that's an excellent point. I think that's the one thing that we keep going back and forth on so this as you can imagine can get very quickly to the like a 100 slide deck Mark, which is really quite scary. One money. Joyner's just said, you know, this is like writing a book does like whole chapters and I'm like, yeah, it's like the condensed knowledge of everything in our in our team and like what are we going to do about it? So the main piece of feedback that we always get from our chief product officer is like make it smaller like you don't need a lot to make the key points. Remember who you're presenting to this is a room of sea-level Staff. They don't need to need to know the details. They don't need to know every single experiment that you're going to do to reduce the risk of whether this is the right thing to do like you're painting a broad brush-stroke vision and you're asking very precisely for like, okay. I need this type of investment and these dead These are the skill sets that you need to authorize in the next head count. So that means that in theory if you worked really hard to I think there's a quote out. If I had more time, I would have written the shorter thing. I'm not hoping that right, but essentially you need to go wide to then go really really small. So I've seen someone actually managed to do it off for a relatively small area, but they did manage to do it in half an hour, but for things like our largest business lines it can take up to 2 hours. Mine is going to hopefully be an hour and a half but I think if we had another week we probably could have trimmed it to an hour or maybe even half an hour for being really brave. But at that point you're just like, you know, you're not adding any value like you already know what the recommendation is, you're just like polishing. So you're saving some exact like half an hour of their life. Maybe that's not worth the trade-off. So you said it's a room full of sea level execs. Tell us a little bit more home. Comes to this to this meeting. What why are you doing it with them? So the first time we did it we invited everyone with a c-level title and unsung heads of.

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"susana" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"susana" Discussed on The Product Experience

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"susana" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"susana" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"Again I can make a declaration like jammies professional. You could disagree with that. But the real statement is jammies are professional for me. Exactly. I mean that's exactly right. You know and and thank you for highlighting that I mean, yeah. I imagine many people disagree and encourage them to disagree in dig into that means to them and to do like what works for them. What works for me is is this is I I like I call it my Guingona uniform and you know like I feel like Obama's when I put on my jacket and I put on my red lipstick and Meka and and I'm I'm ready to conquer the world and again like that works for me and you also highlight like there was A few years ago my little brother was. Going through a really difficult time Again, we groping he stole a and he infortunately got cut up in gangs and and a lot of our like extended family was also caught up in gangs. And that was you know really hard for me. He was going to prison for the first time and I was again in the bay area was far away. I wasn't there who like felt like I was in there to help open and do more and. Like I. Not. Affected me a lot and at work and someone asked me about it. In a shared, it was like I. It was Kinda like you know when you've you've just like stuff your feelings down so tight that they just like la everywhere. Ray? And I did that thinking. This. Person genuinely cared. And you know the response to me was. Well I never realized she was such an emotional person. you know you you might want to dislike. Separate your your work life from your personal life. In a moment of of of vulnerability. That's. Probably, not what I would have led with right too bad that they did that it is too bad. But my my lesson, there was not that old never be wonderful again no I think he can see on my blog post I actually am I'm extremely vulnerable with what I share. What would and learned this more that by again, having this division? It gives me a better sense of who is kind of like friend and deeper connection that I may or may not wanNA share with. All your what are the aspects that? I do feel comfortable that not actually not that I feel comfortable. But what are the aspects that I refuse to like not show at Work Raven so For me that I love calling myself a hustler because I firmly believe that like my street skills or learned as a kid. Contribute to why I'm able to be here after like so many failures and and I say that you know and I and I I like to normalize those words are like chain GonNa like I I I'm going bring my culture and myself to her. But it's going to be very intentional. Well, maybe you can normalize this and you can make I. See a new blog post in the future something like. Guingona Vulnerabilities Komo.

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"susana" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"susana" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"If you tried hard and trying to differentiate the difference between failure to launch versus failure, and you put in good effort. Yet. As exactly right Yes it's like. I know so many people. In my culture and community and Hebrew ahead that they never even tried because they were so afraid of failing and like you said though it's the did fail they fail to launch. An. I like to think you know I'm thirty six now and. If. It isn't now thirteen years ago, thirteen years ago. I had stayed. In. The abusive marriage I was in. I would be. I would be that saying like. Unit miserable and. Depressed at the thought that now I'd have to teenage girls who I provided. Very unhealthy example home life is like. You know like the years would have passed anyway ray and instead like in these thirteen years. I've gone through many many failures i. mean you know my mom parents among families saw my my divorce says A. Probably one of the biggest failures. But. I'm also very proud of myself right? Like I. There was. It was a very it's been a very bumpy road but now. I'm proud because I have a fourteen and a fifteen year old that see their mom as someone who refuses to stay in unhealthy situations and that's valuable. Right? One thing I appreciated about your blog as well that you you didn't just go and talk about personal branding. You talked about cultivating your brand at work, which sometimes people refer to as as coach switching. But as we do coach which from our cultures like who you are with your mom or your kids versus at work but the way you express, it was cultivating your.

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"susana" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"susana" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"And Hence, it took me a while lot of community colleges and trial and error but eventually, I got into Stanford and I decided to study computer science. And you succeeded. But then things happened and the commencement didn't happen what what happened there. Yeah. You know. I don't like complaining vol things because you know there's always something worse right? But. This was particularly difficult because. It's taken me so long to get here right and a lot of people can relate to that that you you sort of feel like. You know for so long. You're like this thing I, want the sting, and for me it was I wanted to go back and get my degree and it really was like any degree I just wanted to show that I could and. It's like. When you know just so many. So many road blocks into finally be like this is the moment. And then covert happens and you know the commencement was canceled and just felt like. It just felt like I was robbed. Of. That that moment of celebration for myself definitely. But even more like that's what I was looking forward to as. Having, my daughter. See me walk across that stage and more importantly seeing my parents you know see their daughter accomplish this great staying. So that was that was really hard. Yeah I was the first member of my family to graduate from college and it took me eleven years to get my four year degree but I can only imagine what that would be like to see your first generation kids go across. The stage of a school like Stanford and get celebrated would be amazing. Yeah, you know I mean I I gotta sweater for each my parents as they like you know Stanford Dad who suffered mom. And they wear it all the time. facetime people. They like. This letter, the casual bumper sticker my kid went at Stanford. Yeah Yeah you know and and you know when they say it's always like Oh you know susie went to Stanford Stanford is like I. Love but yeah, it's you know to me talking about look we talk about all of our failures. Internally right like. He hit for a long time I inside boys just said like, Oh, I can't believe you didn't go back and get the degree..

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"susana" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"susana" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"Community impact and sitting innovation fellow are you I'm well, thank you skied. How are you? I'm pretty good. Thanks for Thanks for hanging out with me today So it's interesting because I look at your your linked in and you've got Stanford computer science focus on a I. Doing all this cool stuff. It's always fun to look at people's linked in and try to figure out the path that they mapped out for themselves. It looks like you you planned it all out and did all these cool internships. This was all a master plan wasn't it? I would. Totally. Totally, a master plan I just took me like fourteen years after the fact. So. Did you did did this just happen or did you work this out or how did you end up at Stanford doing a computer science degree? Yeah. So the the quick story is that you know weighing when I graduated high school I with two loyal Irma So it's Very very far away in my young hood highs I grew up in boyle heights is They can east La and you know the west side is like a world away and so to me, it was like this is going to be a big adventure I'm going to go off and like you know study polocy become a lawyer judge and politician. And then maybe like three months in maybe little less about two and a half my mom God She's always hide like health problems by her health worsened and she needed surgery and which meant that she couldn't work for an extended amount of time. And you know both of my parents were formally documented and said, they didn't get any health benefits. So I made the decision to take a break I thought you know I'll come back in a year and a continuous studies But. I didn't happen and so then fast forward of many many things happen in that path and I can cover that a little more later but just sort of with Mu Stanford, is that eventually I found myself in the bay area. Working at the law firm and? I had the opportunity to work with all of the start of clients, as well as like mature tech clients and I realized that every single pitch pitch deck that I saw. was like you know the founding team is all male and it's like you know white male from Stanford white male from MIT's like just over and over and over again I think maybe I saw like one Asian male co founder from one of those schools. And I sort of thought. Okay. at this point I knew that I wanted to. Really like be able to make my own ideas come alive and I had already built up the. Sort of business development and and like the business side I guess you could say, but now it's like, okay well, I don't know how to build things yet. Let me go learn that and I wa can't be you know white against me male but I can definitely go and get that computer science degree from one of these institutions..

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Leaf botany: Silicon

On The Ledge

06:53 min | 1 year ago

Leaf botany: Silicon

"Me ask you a question what is in the night off. Probably, most of us would say, when asked this question? Might be we'd say Kaban maybe we'd say water. Nutrients. Silos. But I think very few of, US would mention silicon and yet silicon can make up. To, ten percent over leafs dry mass. The what exactly is silicon on? What role does it play in the life of leaves? In this third part of my occasional leaf botany series, I'm joined by applauds ecologists that spent a lot of her career finding out what silicon is all about my name's Julia Cook. Planned to colleges of myself as a plant functional color just because I'm interested in the role that different spacey's play in Ecosystems I work at the university as a lecturer. So my next year of teaching and research and public outreach. The really super obvious question to stop war exactly is. Silicon is, is sort of coming into its moment beat in terms of plants. So I'm not surprised that you haven't had too much about it, but I hope I hope you willing feature even more. So silicon is one of the elements sits on the periodic table below carbon and it doesn't easily exist just as plain silicon on earth. It's often silica glasses is silica or insulation. So it's as sadistic acid in in water. So it's it's often associated with oxygen, and then when it dissolves, it's it's sort of as component of water, but it's very, very abundant on earth in the in the cross it's the second most abundant element of oxygen silicon oxygen together a silica. Everywhere really do plants contains the uneasy something that's concentrated in particular plant tissues or residual spread around the hope loan. Yes. It is in old plants, but the mountain plants varies enormously. So some plants have have just miniscule amounts whereas others can have. Up Ten percent or even more in their in their plot tissue. So ten percent of their dry mass is a lot this. This is enormous amounts. If you think about how much not uniform Susana plant, the amount of silicon also can really exceed that some of the plants at a really big accumulators things like horse tails you can always feel how grain Ian they are when you run your hands up some some of the and some people actually use them as Sandpiper because they've got so much silica in them. Another family that has leads of silicon as the the grasses, some more than others but most crosses have quite a bit of silicon and sometimes you run your finger class blade and you get a little paper cut. and. That is because the edge of the Cross has a whole lot of little silica deposits on there, and that's designed to as a head of defense to damage the mouth parts of animals and stop animals eating it. But we see that as a paper cut on fingertips. That is amazing. Ten percent that's quite as you say, that's. A lot silicon. So what what, what's the role? Obviously, as you say, some more than others, what was the purpose of the silicon that's in our plants? That's great question because we're still learning about that I guess the simplest way to describe it seems to help plants manage a whole range of stresses. of its its main role seems to be stress alleviation so they is stresses can. Biotic or caused by things that are alive or can the Arctic so coast by by sort of environmental factors. So looking at the the biotech stresses so plants get eaten a lot by animals. And look for ways to or revolved a number of ways to defend themselves in silicon can be very important they for some animals so. Things, like stinging nettles when you get stung busting initial, the sting is essentially a little silica needle that that injects toxin into your skin. So without the Seneca, you probably wouldn't get stung busting missile they can be very abrasive. Surfaces can can be very bryce than damage the mouth parts of insects and possibly mammals. It can be layers of silicon within Leith that prevent animals from cheering all eating them as much as they might if they was nice elegant. So plants he silicon quite a lot as a head of defense and and Somerset is found that once the plant is attacked by Voles, some plants were able to then take up more silicon to protect themselves when they're under attack so it can be judged any juiced defense. On the other side looking at the environmental factors silicon has is shined to help a lot of different stresses I want to stress stress. It can help manage nutrient imbalances. help manage wind stress. Also two things if a plant stressed adding silicon generally helps some is a house plant grow this obviously immediately makes me think of my own selfish world. A think about. Whether I need to worry about the silicon in my plants. In the amount I have seen some fertilize houseplants recently advertising include silicon, making this making big play of this, but he's not something that's worth considering I how plows usually get this in the first place. So that's really interesting that you've change and I don't know if that because people making the fertilizers have appreciated the importance of silicon now owned adding more silicon over there reporting silicon that was always there I'm not sure. Suddenly silicon is applied losses of fertilizer in agricultural systems, particularly in Ross sugarcane where as as crops, harvested and things people removing silicon from the system in deflatingly available silicon. So it's it's becoming increasingly popular as infantilized in terms of. Indoor, plants. There's been a lot of work looking at indoor plant. Specifically I know there's a lot of work looking hydroponics and and sort of indoor plants way. Is Routinely added and very important as I. Think he will also ask how plants a obtained silicon. Plants take up silicon through the roots as dissolved in in the sole solution of the water solutions obviously gathered. And then that goes through the transpiration stream in than is deposited. Ole Throughout the plant often there's more in leaves. Oh, the sheets lays the plants, but they can be high silicon deposits in route sandbar can and woods end all sorts of places in Pont. One

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Ghost of Tsushima Is Getting Free Multiplayer Content

Gaming Ride Home

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Ghost of Tsushima Is Getting Free Multiplayer Content

"Go of. Is getting a CO, op multiplayer mode I expected go suma to get content updates and still got my fingers crossed for a larger expansion or some kind of deal see. But one thing I didn't expect was online co op developer Sucker Punch as far as I know, has never really messed with multi-player I believe sly three honor among thieves had an offline multiplayer mode, but otherwise, they have always been a single player studio. But later, this year ghost of susha will get a free multi-player expansion I was going to summarize the playstation blog detailing the mode, but it's so succinct and explanatory the I'm just GonNa read most of it I hope that's okay the blog post comes from senior game designer Darren bridges who writes legends is an entirely new experience. It's a separate mode that doesn't follow Jin or the companions from his journey, but instead focuses on four warriors who have been built up as legends and stories. Told by the people of Emma Ghost of Sushi single player campaign focuses on an open world and exploring the natural beauty of the island. But legends is haunting and fantastical with locations and enemies inspired by Japanese, folktales and mythology an emphasis on cooperative combat and action. We designed legends to be an exclusively cooperative gameplay experience. You will be able to partner up with friends or via online matchmaking and play legends groups of two to four players. Each player can choose from one of four different. Character classes, the Samurai. Hunter Ronin or assassin. Each class has unique advantages and abilities that will reveal in the future with two players in. Gaza. Susana legends. You'll be able to play a series of CO, op story missions that escalate in difficulty building on the foundation of combat from the single player campaign. But with new magical twists that often require careful synchronization with your partner with four players, you'll be able to take on wave based survival missions, fighting groups of the toughest enemies. SUSHILA has. To offer including new only enemies with supernatural abilities. If you can best the story and survival missions, you may be confident enough to take on the four player raid that will arrive shortly after the launch of of Sushi Legends, sending you and your partners to an entirely new realm to challenge a brutal terrifying enemy. That blog post is linked in the show notes, which also has a trailer for the MoD. The blog concludes again, promising more details on classes and character customization in the future. I, Love Ghost of Sushila. My personal favourite game of the year so far I want more coast Sushila but if I'm being perfectly honest I don't know that this is what I want from that game. That hinges mostly on me personally, just really adoring single player experiences and rarely ever really getting excited about multi-player Games, the mythical setting of the various levels and stuff though. That element looks right. The trailer shows some of those areas and they look really cool.

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"susana" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"susana" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Adly right exactly so you can see how these settlements are rightly controversial. I just WanNa make sure they emphasize that. These are ongoing legal battles that's right Um and just to to quickly backtrack to Bonnie. CLE- when she assemble those materials and those petitions, and delivered them to the federal government in two thousand, seven, as I said it did lead to change and the ability for for folks to get those claims of accepted, but it's fascinating, the national, Institute for Occupational Safety and Health or created a special designation just for that field lap in this two hundred eighty Acre area four that we've talked about extensively and this was for workers. who were exposed for at least two hundred and fifty days between January first of nineteen, fifty, five and January, thirty first of nine, hundred, fifty eight, and then it was eventually expanded to nine, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty five, so it's cool to see at least you know a individual being able to make some change, but then you're right been the quality of those payouts. kind of trump's quantity at times right? Yeah, so the employees were probably in most directly exposed, but as you know, innocent residents were exposed people in real life. We're getting sick and they had no idea why. There's another angle here that. Should be considered more closely. especially as it affects the future away that a lot of people think about as you might recall conspiracy realist, California like other parts of the world has recently been plagued by wildfires and many indications. To tell us or lead us to believe that depending on weather conditions, these wildfires may become a semi regular annual thing. At two little bit before two thirty on November eight, th two thousand eighteen years ago. South California Edison reported a circuit outage at the Susannah site and two minutes later there were flames seen in a canyon near that location. There was a guy there. A reporter named Stu Mundell working for K. cal nine. He was overhead in a helicopter took a picture before the fire broke out, it turned out that Boeing had before this fire began disabled and taken apart a lot of the fire suppression systems at the site, so people couldn't. Even people convince fight small fires at this location. And this led La County deputy fire chief at the time Vince paint to say. They could have stopped. What would later become known as the Wolsey forest fire by one estimate, this fire by itself released forty thousand tonnes of Ash, contaminated with radiation and chemicals, and with. If there's not an extensive cleanup still has not happened then we have to reasonably assume something worse could happen the next time. A wildfire rolls through town. This is dangerous this. Like the old Harrison Ford film this is clear and present danger. GET OFF MY PLANE? Leave that's in different movie. That was Louis that Air Force One. Sorrow I forgot about that. He was the cues the ask, hasn't he was the president that he took on the terrorist singlehandedly But. It's True Ben and all of this still is ongoing like you said the is not over in terms of the folks whose lives were upended by this you know who lost loved ones and also the site itself is still not cleaned up th. There was an agreement that was made with the federal government to clean up the the site, but then it was determined that it wasn't realistic, and it was It was kinda thrown out still kind of in limbo right now, and it's really not clear as to win. This will take place I go back to Savannah Riverside really quick for some like firsthand knowledge of the efforts there. It is an ongoing process cleaning up the Savannah River site. They have to test wildlife. Ben Constantly they tagged turtles by drilling holes in their shells, and putting these trackers in there, and they find the same turtle, and then test them for radiation to see to track. How effective their cleanup efforts have been time in because they're the turtles. Go Out and wander, you know, and they could potentially pick it up and there are these open pits that I was talking about that. They've had to fill in and clean up and all of that, and so that is ongoing, and as is this, but it doesn't appear here Ben that there are. Any measures put in place at all at least Savannah, river sites been sort of you know on track and making ongoing efforts to clean up that stuff, but it really is a a slippery slope. Their Savannah also has a nuclear weapon missing somewhere off the coast in the water, so they have. To struggle with so going back to s f. l. going back to the Santa Susana Field Laboratory Want to note, there was a EPA study in two thousand, twelve, pretty extensive cost, the taxpayers route forty one million dollars, and they showed that there are astronomical levels of radiation the area, and this is we're GonNa get into the weeds, maybe a little bit, but this is important because we all need to be aware of just how much radiation we're talking about here. Here the presence of things like strontium ninety tests to one hundred eighty four times higher than normal caesium, one thirty seven is over nine thousand times higher than normal plutonium, two thirty, nine ninety two times higher, the hits keep coming and these are. These measures are pulled like twenty four feet below the soil surface, such super deep. That's a lot of penetration and. You know. Both private entities like Boeing and the US government have continued to say they're going to do something Boeing currently owns most of the site. They bought it in nineteen. ninety-six. They WANNA, turn it into something. They call an open space habitat, but really. You know when you look at how much. How much energy and how much money is going to have to go into the effort to fix this, you can see how I I get the feeling. A lot of people are passing the bill around. You know what I mean it's. A guy who's probably knows the most in the world. At least officially about SF, L. is guiding Dan. Hirsch Professor Dan Hirsch. He used to direct Santa. Cruz program on environmental nuclear, policy he says. Everything in the area is heavily contaminated. It has approximately a hundred different unique toxic chemicals in the soil, including a you mentioned the radiation or the radioactive stuff, but we didn't mention the heavy metals like mercury, the volatile organic compounds VOC's fun fact about VOC's probably my favorite facts about VOC's That's what forms new car smell. I did not know that at all. been hearing the heat or you're. You're smelling. Sorry, my is Asia's coming out. You're smelling the the chemicals that. You know that release when stuff inside your car's heated on a hot day. That's why a newer car will smell like voc or sometimes your car. Just it's hot will smell like that, I know. Is it meant to kind of What's the word before kind of mimic like the smell of like hot leather seats, you know. Kind of what I've always assumed. The new car smell is. Maybe it's just like hot seats in general, and like all the chemicals that go into coding those seats in the fabric, and all that stuff to treat it to make it like stain-resistant, it really does. It's weird that we people like it because they associated with this concept of owning a thing of like you know something that's new, but it really is just a chemical smell. Yeah, Ed Ed is bad for you over time, but You know a little bit of a gearhead I i. love that stuff. He's used to have. It just sprayed around the house until we did it. Episode car stuff and I learned exactly what I was snorting, so lesson learned there luckily. That didn't make my house contaminated, but Professor Hersh points out. That, in his opinion and again he's very well acquainted with this these Santa's. Field experiment site is. Again. This is just his opinion saying this. He says it's the most contaminated site in the United States by any measure. In. He thinks that even the The studies have released on the correlation between cancer and chronic health conditions the one in two thousand six. He thinks that still isn't the whole truth. He thinks there's much more to the story. We're just scratching the scandalous surface of this. This cover up I I. Guess it's not ongoing because people can talk about it now, blood, it's not resolved. Yeah, because the study that was released in two thousand, six estimated that between three hundred and eighteen hundred. That's a pretty wide swath. People developed cancer as a result of the nine hundred thousand nine meltdown..

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"Your problem sneak adly right exactly so you can see how these settlements are rightly controversial. I JUST WANNA make sure. They emphasize that these are ongoing legal battles. That's right Um and just to to quickly backtrack to Bonnie cle- When she assemble those materials and those petitions and delivered them to the federal government in two thousand seven as I said it did lead to change and the ability for for folks to get those claims accepted. But it's fascinating the National Institute for Occupational Safety and health or Created a special designation just for that field lap in this two hundred eighty Acre area. Four that we've talked about extensively and this was for workers who were exposed for at least two hundred and fifty days between January first of nineteen fifty five and January thirty first of nine hundred fifty eight and then it was eventually expanded to nine thousand nine hundred sixty five so it's cool to see at least you know a individual being able to make some change but then you're right been the quality of those payouts kind of trump's quantity at times right. Yeah so The employees were probably in most directly exposed. But as you know innocent residents were exposed people in real life. We're getting sick. And they had no idea why there's another angle here that should be considered more closely especially as it affects the future away that a lot of people think about as you might recall conspiracy realist. California like other parts of the world has recently been plagued by wildfires and many indications to tell us or lead us to believe that depending on weather conditions these wildfires may become a semi regular annual thing at two little bit before two thirty on November. Eight th two thousand. Eighteen years ago south. California Edison reported a circuit outage at the Susannah Site. And two minutes later there were flames seen in a canyon near that location. There was a guy there. A reporter named Stu Mundell working for K. cal nine. He was overhead in a helicopter. Took a picture before the fire broke out. It turned out that Boeing had before this fire began disabled and taken apart a lot of the fire suppression systems at the site. So people couldn't even people convince fight small fires at this location and this led. La County Deputy. Fire chief at the time Vince paint to say they could have stopped. What would later become known as the Wolsey forest fire by one estimate this fire by itself released forty thousand tonnes of ash contaminated with radiation and chemicals. And with if there's not an extensive cleanup which still has not happened. Then we have to reasonably assume something worse could happen the next time a wildfire rolls through town. This is dangerous. This is like the Old Harrison Ford Film. This is clear and present danger. Get off my plane leave. That's in different movie. That was Louis that Air Force One sorrow. I forgot about that. He was the cues the ask. Hasn't he was the president that he took on the terrorist singlehandedly But it's True Ben and all of this still is ongoing like you said the is not over in terms of the folks whose lives were upended by this you know who lost loved ones and also the site itself is still not cleaned up Th there was an agreement that was made With the federal government to clean up the the site but then it was determined that it wasn't realistic and it was It was kinda thrown out still kind of in limbo right now and. It's really not clear as to win. This will take place. I GO BACK TO SAVANNAH. Riverside really quick for some like firsthand knowledge of the efforts. There it is an ongoing process cleaning up the Savannah River site. They have to test wildlife Ben Constantly. They tagged turtles by drilling holes in their shells and putting these trackers in there and they find the same turtle and then test them for radiation to see to track how effective their cleanup efforts have been over time and cause they're the turtles go out and wander you know and they could potentially pick it up and there are these open pits talking about that. They've had to fill in and clean up and all of that and so that is ongoing. And as is this but it doesn't appear here. Ben that there are any measures put in place at all at least Savannah River sites. Been sort of you know on track and making ongoing efforts to clean up that stuff but It really is a a slippery slope. Their Savannah also has a nuclear weapon missing somewhere off the coast in the water so they have The lot of struggle with so going back to s s f. l. going back to the Santa Susana Field Laboratory WanNa note. There was a EPA. Study IN TWO THOUSAND TWELVE. Pretty extensive cost the taxpayers route. Forty one million dollars and they showed that there are astronomical levels of radiation. The area. And this is we're GONNA get into the weeds. Maybe a little bit but this is important because we all need to be aware of just how much radiation we're talking about here. The presence of things like strontium ninety tests to one hundred eighty four times higher than normal caesium. One thirty seven is over nine thousand times higher than normal plutonium two thirty nine ninety two times higher the hits keep coming and these are these measures are pulled like twenty four feet below the soil surface such super deep. That's a lot of penetration. And you know both private entities like Boeing and the US government have continued to say they're going to do something Boeing currently owns most of the site. They bought it in Nineteen ninety-six. They WANNA turn it into something they call an open space habitat but really you know when you look at how much how much energy and how much money is going to have to go into the effort to fix this. You can see how I I get the feeling. A lot of people are passing the bill around. You know what I mean. It's a guy who's probably knows the most in the world at least officially about SF L. is guiding. Dan Hirsch professor. Dan Hirsch he used to direct Santa Cruz program on Environmental Nuclear Policy. He says everything in the area is heavily contaminated. It has approximately a hundred different unique toxic chemicals in the soil including a you mentioned the radiation or the radioactive stuff but we didn't mention the heavy metals like mercury the volatile organic compounds. Voc's fun fact about VOC's probably my favorite facts about VOC's That's what forms new car smell. Wow Yeah I did not know that at all been hearing the heat. You're you're smelling. Sorry my is Asia's coming out. You're smelling the the chemicals that you know that. Release when stuff inside your car's heated on a hot day that's why a newer car will smell like voc or sometimes your car. Just it's hot will smell like that. I know is it meant to kind of What's the word before? Kind of mimic like the smell of like hot leather seats. You know kind of what? I've always assumed the whole new car smell is. Maybe it's just like hot seats in general and like all the chemicals that go into coding. Those seats in the fabric and all that stuff to treat it to make it like stain-resistant it really does. It's weird that we people like it because they associated with this concept of owning a thing of like you know something that's new but it really is just a chemical smell. Yeah Ed Ed is bad for you over time but you know a little bit of a gearhead. I I love that stuff. He's used to have it just sprayed around the house until we did it episode car stuff and I learned exactly what I was snorting. So lesson learned there Luckily that didn't make my house super contaminated but professor. Hersh points out that in his opinion and again he's very well acquainted with this. These Santa's is on a field experiment. Site is again. This is just his opinion saying this. He says it's the most contaminated site in the United States by any measure in. He thinks that even the The studies have released on the correlation between cancer and chronic health conditions. The one in two thousand six. He thinks that still isn't the whole truth. He thinks there's much more to the story. We're just scratching the scandalous surface of this. This cover up I. I guess it's not ongoing because people can talk about it now blood. It's not resolved. Yeah because the study that was released in two thousand six estimated that between three hundred and eighteen hundred. That's a pretty wide swath. People developed cancer as a result of the nine hundred thousand nine meltdown..

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"Cal nine. He was overhead in a helicopter took a picture before the fire broke out, it turned out that Boeing had before this fire began disabled and taken apart a lot of the fire suppression systems at the site, so people couldn't. Even people convince fight small fires at this location. And this led La County deputy fire chief at the time Vince paint to say. They could have stopped. What would later become known as the Wolsey forest fire by one estimate, this fire by itself released forty thousand tonnes of Ash, contaminated with radiation and chemicals, and with. If there's not an extensive cleanup still has not happened then we have to reasonably assume something worse could happen the next time. A wildfire rolls through town. This is dangerous this. Like the old Harrison Ford film this is clear and present danger. GET OFF MY PLANE? Leave that's in different movie. That was Louis that Air Force One. Sorrow I forgot about that. He was the cues the ask, hasn't he was the president that he took on the terrorist singlehandedly But. It's True Ben and all of this still is ongoing like you said the is not over in terms of the folks whose lives were upended by this you know who lost loved ones and also the site itself is still not cleaned up th. There was an agreement that was made with the federal government to clean up the the site, but then it was determined that it wasn't realistic, and it was It was kinda thrown out still kind of in limbo right now, and it's really not clear as to win. This will take place I go back to Savannah Riverside really quick for some like firsthand knowledge of the efforts there. It is an ongoing process cleaning up the Savannah River site. They have to test wildlife. Ben Constantly they tagged turtles by drilling holes in their shells, and putting these trackers in there, and they find the same turtle, and then test them for radiation to see to track. How effective their cleanup efforts have been time in because they're the turtles. Go Out and wander, you know, and they could potentially pick it up and there are these open pits that I was talking about that. They've had to fill in and clean up and all of that, and so that is ongoing, and as is this, but it doesn't appear here Ben that there are. Any measures put in place at all at least Savannah, river sites been sort of you know on track and making ongoing efforts to clean up that stuff, but it really is a a slippery slope. Their Savannah also has a nuclear weapon missing somewhere off the coast in the water, so they have. To struggle with so going back to s f. l. going back to the Santa Susana Field Laboratory Want to note, there was a EPA study in two thousand, twelve, pretty extensive cost, the taxpayers route forty one million dollars, and they showed that there are astronomical levels of radiation the area, and this is we're GonNa get into the weeds, maybe a little bit, but this is important because we all need to be aware of just how much radiation we're talking about here. Here the presence of things like strontium ninety tests to one hundred eighty four times higher than normal caesium, one thirty seven is over nine thousand times higher than normal plutonium, two thirty, nine ninety two times higher,.

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"Filed. These workers who were stricken with cancer and this was under a program called the two thousand Energy Employees Occupational Illness Program Act so the burden of proof was just obviously very very difficult to to achieve and she helped compile letters and press releases and news articles, and all of this stuff and helped kind of get that decision overturned so. Folks were able to receive restitution for this condition. Let me! Let me go back in so in. In the not my research I just mentioned companies like Boeing reaching settlements, but I also WANNA mention one a hit that line about multiple lawsuits, being actively in the works. The story doesn't have an ending yet. one plaintiff Margaret and Galasso. She sued Boeing, but she said her attorneys went behind her back and. A thirty million dollar settlement with Boeing, but they never got her approval, and she thinks they were doing because they get a sixty percent cut and. Their costs and fees which can happen and then. There are also. There are also problems with how settlements are being distributed to people like some plaintiffs are only receiving at the end of the day something like thirty thousand dollars and in the United States. If you have a serious medical condition, thirty thousand dollars is not going to solve your problem. Sneak Adly right exactly so you can see how these settlements are rightly controversial. I just WanNa make sure they emphasize that. These are ongoing legal battles that's right Um and just to to quickly backtrack to Bonnie. CLE- when she assemble those materials and those petitions, and delivered them to the federal government in two thousand, seven, as I said it did lead to change and the ability for for folks to get those claims of accepted, but it's fascinating, the national, Institute for Occupational Safety and Health or created a special designation just for that field lap in this two hundred eighty Acre area four that we've talked about extensively and this was for workers. who were exposed for at least two hundred and fifty days between January first of nineteen, fifty, five and January, thirty first of nine, hundred, fifty eight, and then it was eventually expanded to nine, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty five, so it's cool to see at least you know a individual being able to make some change, but then you're right been the quality of those payouts. kind of trump's quantity at times right? Yeah, so the employees were probably in most directly exposed, but as you know, innocent residents were exposed people in real life. We're getting sick and they had no idea why. There's another angle here that. Should be considered more closely. especially as it affects the future away that a lot of people think about as you might recall conspiracy realist, California like other parts of the world has recently been plagued by wildfires and many indications. To tell us or lead us to believe that depending on weather conditions, these wildfires may become a semi regular annual thing. At two little bit before two thirty on November eight, th two thousand eighteen years ago. South California Edison reported a circuit outage at the Susannah site and two minutes later there were flames seen in a canyon near that location. There was a guy there. A reporter named Stu Mundell working for K..

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"Here's where it gets crazy. Yeah, authorities as you said at the at the end of the first half been third whatever how on a no map the research was hidden. It was obscured by the government sent. ASSU required that level of discretion, but Cannon hand with that. Went some much less savory. Shall we call it up? Frustrations Museum some five dollar words today. and. They in fact covered up and hid. Several multiple disasters that had long standing effects on employees and their families lives. This is this is amazing. Okay, this amazing in the worst way, so if you ask before we get into this if we were all everybody listening and all of us here if we were just hanging out and we asked everybody in the room. What are what are the big nuclear disasters? We'd say stuff like Chernobyl. We'd stay southlake on the nuclear accidents. Not The bombings C. C.. Three Mile Island Three Mile Island of course, Fukushima or something. This should be on that list of I. Like the the first huge nuclear reaction. Accident data all the way back to nineteen, fifty, nine, one of the nuclear reactors again, just thirty miles away from Los Angeles. Partially suffered meltdown. Workers tried to repair it and win. They couldn't there. The management of the of the facility said. Open the door of the reactor. Let that radiation out into the air. This this means it is virtually certain that that radiative material spread to those nearby communities. We mentioned early such as Canoga Park Simi Valley Chatsworth and They. They did eventually like more than a month later have some kind of press statement, but it was very much not the truth. Six weeks after the meltdown the Atomic Energy Commission again the predecessor to the the Department of Energy issued a statement, saying that there had been a minor a little a little oopsy. They called it a fuel element, failure but that there had been quote, no release of radioactive materials into the environment, and that just wasn't true. now yeah, no NASA and Aerospace Company Rocketdyne, which I love the name of that sounds like something out of one of the fallout games which by the way I'm downloading fallout seventy six right now. I'm really excited. This doing this research made me crave that kind of nuclear waste land like nineteen forties, apocalyptic vibe so looking forward to playing that, but yeah. Rocketdyne continued to use the site for thousands of rocket tests like this is a non issue. Through the ninety s early, ninety, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, those activities also released all sorts of toxic chemicals into the air, and deposited them, and the groundwater the surface water as well and also the soil. All of this was also covered up. Yeah, you could say was buried. Why. Kids are getting sick. Maybe you should be a better parent. ETC, etc, these are the types of terrible lies. And misdirections that people in power can employ. We mentioned the during its history. During the history of SF l.. There was not just that one accident nineteen, fifty nine, there were several nuclear accidents at the lab. Buttocks when we mentioned three, Mile Island what we did. Mention is that multiple experts believe that partial meltdown at area four could be the worst nuclear disaster in US history. If you measure the amount of radiation released, it may have released more radiation than what was released during three mile. NBC Did some fantastic deep dive journalism on this with some other sources and I liked the way they put it. They said the. Nineteen! fifty-nine Santa's on a field laboratory sodium reactor experiments level is unknown, but it's thought to have released two hundred sixty times more radiation than the Three Mile Island disaster insane that that was not all over the news. A three mile by the way occurred March twenty eighth one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine hundred twenty years later, and still probably didn't beat the hidden record of NFL. Can. We just really quickly talk about how radiation works. I didn't really fully grasp it until I saw the television special Chernobyl they do such a good job of explaining how it really damages your body. Basically radiation particles are like you can fix them as physical things, they penetrate your body and damage your tissues, and if you're bombarded with like high levels of radiation, as many of the folks who are unfortunate enough to have been intra noble were, it will start to make. Make you. Melt from the inside out for lack of a better expression I mean you will get lesions on your skin if it really is like some sites, sci Fi nightmare kind of body horror like David Kronenbourg type stuff, but with just a little bit of radiation might not be enough for you to register like physically like that, but it can damage cells in your body and cause mutations and caused you to get things like cancer That's a big one. Because these things shoot at you and the way they describe it in the in the show is like bullets. Each one is like a little radiation bullet you know and it depends on where it hits. That kind of determines what the effects will be in. How dense the. Bullets that you're receiving is yeah, and to explain what I mean by a level five event and said Three Mile Island. Level five events this this nineteen fifty-nine incidents, probably higher, there is something called the international nuclear event scale. It goes from zero to seven with zero, being an anomaly with no no real safety consequence to level seven a major accident these are world changing events right now. There are only officially to level seven disasters Chernobyl and Fukushima so one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six in twenty eleven, but for something to be a level five incident like three mile island that means it is an accident that has wider consequences things that go beyond the immediate environment means it can impact people around that means there will be at least several deaths. That means that there will also be A. Opportunity for more critical failures in the future. Unless some you've done immediately. that. It's a big deal on a one out of seven. This was at least five. We mentioned that the management at the time just said opened the door. Let the radiation out not because we're jerks, but because this is the only way to prevent the reactor from exploding, the employees were also given back teen to clean off the walls right, which is just basically just an antiseptic. I mean it's the same back teen. You would spray on a boo boo. If, your kid like skin, there needs spray back teen, and this is what they would use to clean off this the stuff from the walls, and then they use Kotex pads for the floors. They were sworn to silence Omerta. Don't tell anyone, not even your spouse. That's just one disaster. There was another one that occurred two years before nineteen, fifty seven, and and really quickly to there was when you say America. It was almost like it was strong armed kind of attitude where someone asked others in the documentary was talking about one of the employees or the the. The lab workers asked like am I. Can I tell my wife about this like this? The seems like it would affect her and my family and they're like you will not breathe a word of this like under the implied threat. You know what I mean the tone. He said he was very scared for his safety, because there was like you know a military official that was kind of like the strong man kind of in the background, sort of looming large and Yeah, there was there was implied threat for sure of will not tell anyone about this. I mean consider you know once again. It's the argument of the greater good. What is one person or two people or one hundred people's lives worth win compared to nuclear supremacy, the really thought that they could and should do anything legal or illegal necessary to. Win First Place in the arms race, so that's why these things keep getting covered up. The one thousand, nine, hundred fifty seven case is hot lap, not not a reactor again. That's the stuff to remotely handle machine radioactive metal. This was a site of a fire that got out of control, and the fire can transport these irradiated substances much further than they normally would be. We also have we also know for sure now in twenty twenty. We know for sure that at least four of the sites ten total nuclear reactors. Became accident sites at some point in their career. Yeah, I mean. There were some interviews in the documentary I keep referring to nuclear cowboys things what it's called highly recommend you. Check it out. some old stock interviews that were like them. Testimonies I think I can't quite place the sources, but it was referred to as a very slipshod operation and you know we just know back in those days. Standards weren't what they are today. I'm sure they were. Doing the best they could with what they had I guess, but now now this one's just really out of control bad. Ben I I. Think I may have told you I used to work for Georgia. Public Radio in my beat was a facility near where I lived in Augusta called the Savannah River site which was actually built right around the same time as as Santa Sue and they redefined nuclear. Nuclear Material you know for weapons for nuclear nuclear weapons,.

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09:59 min | 1 year ago

"susana" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Eligibility. Here's where it gets crazy. Yeah authorities As you said at the at the end of the first half been third whatever how a no map The research was hidden it was obscured by the government Santa Su required that level of discretion but cannon hand with that went some much less savory. Shall we call it up? Frustrations Museum some five dollar words today. And they in fact covered up and hid several multiple disasters that had long standing effects on employees and their families lives. This is this is amazing. Okay this amazing in the worst way so if you ask before we get into this if we were all everybody listening and all of us here if we were just hanging out and we asked everybody in the room What are what are the big nuclear disasters. We'd say stuff like Chernobyl. We'd stay like on the nuclear accidents. Not The bombings. See Three Mile Island Three Mile Island of course Fukushima or something. This should be on that list of I like the the first huge nuclear reaction accident data all the way back to nineteen fifty nine one of the nuclear reactors again just thirty miles away from Los Angeles partially suffered meltdown. Workers tried to repair it and win. They couldn't there. The management of the of the facility said open the door of the reactor let that radiation out into the air. This this means it is virtually certain that that radiative material spread to those nearby communities. We mentioned early such as Canoga Park Simi Valley Chatsworth and they. They did eventually like more than a month later. Have some kind of press statement but it was very much Not The truth six weeks. After the meltdown the Atomic Energy Commission again the predecessor to the The Department of Energy issued a statement saying that there had been a minor a little a little oopsy They called it a fuel element failure But that there had been quote no release of radioactive materials into the environment and that just wasn't true Yeah no NASA and Aerospace Company. Rocketdyne which I love. The name of that sounds like something out of one of the fallout games Which by the way I'm downloading fallout seventy six right now. I'm really excited this Doing this research made me crave that kind of nuclear waste. Land like nineteen forties apocalyptic vibe so looking forward to playing that but yeah rocketdyne continued to use the site for thousands of rocket tests. Like this is a non issue through the ninety s. Early Ninety nine thousand nine hundred. Those activities also released all sorts of toxic chemicals into the air and deposited them and the groundwater The surface water as well and also the soil. All of this was also covered up. Yeah you could say was buried. Why kids are getting sick. Maybe you should be a better parent etc etc. These are the types of terrible lies and misdirections that people in power can employ. We mentioned the during its history during the history of SF L. There was not just that one accident. Nineteen fifty nine. There were several nuclear accidents at the lab buttocks when we mentioned Three Mile Island. What we did mention is that multiple experts believe that partial meltdown at area. Four could be the worst nuclear disaster in US history. If you measure the amount of radiation released it may have released more radiation than what was released during three mile. Nbc Did some fantastic deep dive journalism on this with some other sources and I liked the way they put it. They said the nineteen fifty-nine Santa's on a field laboratory sodium reactor experiments level is unknown. But it's thought to have released two hundred sixty times more radiation than the Three Mile Island. Disaster is insane that that was not all over the news. A three mile by the way occurred march. Twenty Eighth One thousand nine hundred. Seventy nine hundred twenty years later and still probably didn't beat the hidden record of NFL. Can we just really quickly talk about how radiation works? I didn't really fully grasp it until I saw the television special Chernobyl. They do such a good job of explaining how it really damages your body. Basically radiation particles are like you can fix them as physical things. They penetrate your body and damage your tissues. And if you're bombarded with like high levels of radiation as many of the folks who are unfortunate enough to have been intra noble were it will start to make you melt from the inside out for lack of a better expression. I mean you will get lesions on your skin. If it really is like some sites sci fi nightmare kind of body horror like David Kronenbourg type stuff but with just a little bit of radiation might not be enough for you to register like physically like that but it can Damage cells in your body and cause mutations and caused you to get things like cancer That's a big one and it's just because these things shoot at you and the way they describe it in the in. The show is like bullets. Each one is like a little radiation bullet you know and it depends on where it hits that kind of determines what the effects will be in how dense The hail of bullets that you're receiving is Yeah and to explain what I mean by a level five event and said Three Mile Island level five events this this nineteen fifty-nine incidents probably higher. There is something called. The international nuclear event scale it goes from zero to seven With zero being an anomaly with no no real safety consequence to level seven a major accident. these are world changing events Right now there are only two level seven disasters Chernobyl and Fukushima so one thousand nine hundred eighty six in twenty eleven but for something to be a level five incident like three mile island that means it is an accident that has wider consequences. Things that go beyond the immediate environment means it can impact people around that means there will be at least several deaths that means that there will also be a opportunity for more critical failures in the future. Unless some you've done immediately so that it's a big deal on a one out of seven. This was at least five. We mentioned that the management at the time just said opened the door. Let the radiation out. Not because we're jerks but because this is the only way to prevent the reactor from exploding the employees were also given back teen to clean off the walls right which is just basically just an antiseptic. I mean it's the same back teen. You would spray on a boo boo. If your kid like skin there needs spray back teen and this is what they would use to clean off this the stuff from the walls and then they use Kotex pads for the floors. They were sworn to silence Omerta. Don't tell anyone not even your spouse. That's just one disaster. There was another one that occurred two years before. Nineteen fifty seven and and really quickly to there was When you say America it was almost like it was strong armed kind of attitude where someone asked others in. The documentary was talking about one of the employees or the the lab workers asked like am I. Am I tell my wife about this like this? The seems like it would affect her and my family and they're like you will not breathe a word of this like under the implied threat. You know what I mean. The tone he said he was very scared for his safety. Because there was like you know a military official that was kind of like the strong man kind of in the background Sort of looming large and Yeah there was. There was implied Threat for sure of will not tell anyone about this. I mean consider you know once again. It's the argument of the greater good. What is one person or two people or one hundred people's lives worth win compared to nuclear supremacy? The really thought that they could and should do anything legal or illegal necessary To win first place in the arms race. So that's why these things keep getting covered up. The one thousand nine hundred fifty seven case is hot lap. Not Not a reactor again. That's the stuff to remotely handle machine radioactive metal. This was a site of a fire that got out of control and the fire can transport these irradiated substances much further than they normally would be. We also have we also know for sure now. In twenty twenty we know for sure that at least four of the sites ten total nuclear reactors became accident sites at.

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"susana" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"susana" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Why the US government, why Uncle Sam was not in a hurry to tell the public. Hey, we were building a nuclear site We're trying to be safe, but just just a you know. Ducking cover I guess. Work like you. You know some of our a older audience members today you. You may have gone to school at the time when people were conducting those nuclear attack drills especially during like the Cuban missile crisis from what I understand. They told kids to just get under their desk. I. I don't know maybe the desk that they were using were A much higher quality than the desk we grew up with. It basically would generate some kind of Pompeii level, duck and covering skeletons. What would happen there I think, but they had a little cartoon turtles that were telling you how to do it. So who doesn't believe a cartoon turtle? You Know Love Love Cartoon Mascot. Yes, stick those on anything you know I'll I'll do whatever they say. Listen Right. We need guard mascot for the show, so send your suggestions to conspiracy. It iheartradio DOT com. Love to check them out, but you know this place did not have a cartoon mascot. It was very much. Not off the books, but it was very much like a need to know basis as far as what was going on, and it's no surprise that they were doing that. That's not inherently evil because they you know you want to. Prevent rival governments from learning about your nuclear process. You WanNa. Stop those leaks. But here's the problem. Despite the fact, despite their intense efforts, the high this from the public and from their rivals. The truth came out in drips and drabs because people started getting sick. What are we talking about will tell you after word from our sponsor. Thinking about adding popular music to your platform or APP to power, new music, features and filters concerned that it's too hard and expensive to license an integrate music. Meet Song.

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"susana" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"susana" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"There's a really cool documentary on on Youtube called atomic cowboys It's like a little thirty minute doc about this whole situation, but intersperses all of this amazing footage that you've probably seen some of it. Is it really idyllic kind of like Ozzie and Harriet type you know neighborhoods and all of that stuff interspersed with like stop drop and roll or stopped offering rolled duck and. And cover. That's the one sorry stuff. Role is completely different but they had these things these communities that were built situated near these facilities they were called atomic cities, and it was like almost a point of pride to live in these. It was like you were part of the future. You know and all of these little. You know pretty much propaganda videos. Let's be honest, are really just showing? Oh, and just like anyone else little. Johnny's on his way to school, and and here's a you know his mother Margaret in our father coming home from work at the plant. You know everything's Hunky, Dory here and atomic city. And it's absolutely sh- covering up the just the image there in that associated with that nationalism and that kind of sears catalog kind of I. Assume there's a real nasty underbelly going on that we're going to get into that. This was all kind of trying to cover up. If not at completely purposefully, definitely, subconsciously, oh. Yeah, yeah, I'll never forget. A DVD short film series that I subscribe to a long time ago from the makers of Mick Sweeney's. It's called Walton. Think Mission Control seen some of those two. You can. There was one episode that had A. A damning look into the private public partnerships. It's a paints commercial. And you might be able to find this on Youtube and the paint commercial actually shows by private paint company and actually shows. How great the paint that they produce is because it can withstand certain aspects of a nuclear detonation and I think they got that footage. Because of a partnership with the US, government things were very sticky like if you think if you think business and government are way too friendly and corrupt in the modern day first off your right, secondly, this is actually a little bit better than it used to be. In this regard, absolutely no separation of church and state in that regard back in those days I mean Ankle Sam was very very very cozy with private industry and unfortunately feels like we're rolling back to a situation that starting to resemble the forties a little bit. Bit In that respect nowadays in my opinion, but yeah, let's get more into. What were they building in there? It was used they had two thousand acres that were used for the testing and development of rocket engines for the US space program, and for other weapons, research, advance, weapons research, and during its history, more than thirty thousand rocket engine tests were conducted at I'm GonNa Crib a name I saw a press conference with some of the former employees. They call it san-suu which day so we're conducted their Santa Suu. Yeah Yep. Thirty thousand now that that counts all kinds of tests that counts actual launches to just like. Hey, let's rev up the engine. It explodes. I, also as you mentioned, they were conducting a lot of nuclear research over the course of forty years, or so that one specific area at the complex area four would eventually be home to ten different nuclear reactors, a fabrication facility to make plutonium a fuel facility for uranium and something called a hot lab. That's that's a way to. That's where they remotely maybe machine parts or separate radioactive material and The they're doing it remotely of course is because it is a death sentence to be exposed to a lot of that stuff for a significant amount of time, so we can understand why..

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"susana" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"susana" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"That makes this stuff. They don't want you to know now. You know I was thinking of a way to open this episode and I've got to say I thought back on this. I'd like to get your opinion for a lot of people here in the US. The first childhood understanding we have of nuclear technology doesn't come from textbook actually comes from the simpsons. Did your experience. Oh absolutely I mean just like that iconic shape of those cooling towers which she used to think. Oh that's where the nuclear stuff happens. But that's not in fact the case those are just the cooling towers But that I- connick Simpson's opening where you trace homers activities like from. You know his seat at the nuclear power plant in Springfield where he liked pushes the button. Or whatever I I'm confusing him with a George Jetson a little bit but it was similar because it was meant to be like a job any idiot could do kind of the joke because homer sort of classic buffoon and then you see that nuclear rod that accidentally slips into his pocket and then finds its way into like the baby's crib or something It's a whole thing. Where you kind of trace you know the movement of this nuclear Rod Through that opening sequence. Yeah I like I like what you pointed out about how homer is a bit of a use the word buffoon he is kind of a Nincompoop. These lovable but he's definitely fish. And despite being one of the dumbest guys in Springfield he somehow has a job at a nuclear plant that routinely experiences low level or even high level disasters and interestingly enough in the show even though I haven't seen the simpsons and while a lot of these disasters revealed to the people living in springfield like the rods. Just escape. It's sort of the joke right. I mean it really is kind of lampooning this whole culture of cover up in American nuclear power From things like Three Mile Island to the Russian attempts to contain the disaster at Chernobyl. In this idea that you know those in power can never be wrong and if we say it didn't happen than it didn't happen as long as no one finds out right right. I Bet Monty Burns from probably love the novel. One thousand nine hundred four just as much as us but for very different reasons Toyota as it turns out. You know the things like this can happen in the real world but spoiler alert when they do. They're not near as funny as a plotline in the simpsons way you mean three. I'd fish aren't cuddly. Cute little creatures that that just flop around with a smile. I have to point out. Maybe there's an episode for another day but I was immensely heartbroken to learn that when those kind of mutations occur the usually don't result in a living animal certainly not one that makes it to adulthood. That's a shame and certainly not one. That's cuddly you could model like a plush toy after right agreed so we are going somewhere with this today. Conspiracy realist We were inspired to make today's episode via an email from Wayne see Wayne see wrote to us a while back and you said. Have you covered the Santa Susana Field Laboratory? Is this something you could cover. Wayne you go onto mention that you were surprised so very few people have heard about this and in fact people behind the curtain. We had not heard of this either. So here are the facts. Santa's field laboratory is was. Let's you can use past tense in terms when it was operational A massive complex of research and development labs located in Simi Valley which is in southern California And it has a long history It really is one of those classic kind of the atomic age kind of you know. Nineteen forties kind of facilities where it was. Really you know the dawning of a new era and all that And nuclear power was the wave of the future So yeah it's been operational doing one thing or another since around. Nineteen forty seven two years after the detonation of the world's first nuclear weapon an aerospace company called a North American aviation decided to build a facility located in a rural part of the hills above Simi Valley and at first the purpose of the site was to test rocket engines And they did this for a long time from nineteen forty nine to two thousand in six the US space program routinely used the site to develop and test a very tricky part of rocketry which was liquid propellant liquid. Propellant is high-grade stuff. You know it's surprised it's complicated. It's also very dangerous in terms of the contaminants that you know in terms of just the the chemicals themselves. But that's not all they did as you mentioned all in one thousand nine hundred fifty three under the supervision of the US Atomic Energy Commission. That's the predecessor of the Department of Energy. The field lab what we'LL CALL. Santa Susanna SF s S. F. L. For this they added something they called area. Four and from thousand nine hundred fifty three to at least one thousand nine hundred. Eighty four was home to nuclear reactors from nineteen sixty six to one thousand nine hundred ninety eight the US government actually sponsored a liquid metal research center at the site. Is I mean they were making t one thousand. So that means one would hope I think some of that work is still probably classified. We don't know But liquid metals just like nuclear materials just like liquid rocket. Propellant also is not the kind of stuff you know. You WanNa play with that kind of stuff you want to see at the bottom of the slide your local playground and you know speaking of civilian stuff. That's one interesting. Part OF S S. F. L. Santus is on is only about seven miles north west of Canoga Park. It's only thirty miles northwest of downtown. La This shoe population center. Yes it's true. There's a community called Bell Canyon that runs across the entire southern border. Here's the thing. Despite that close proximity to people's homes into residential areas into schools and churches and libraries for many people to this day the site and the activities that took place inside of it have remained shrouded in mystery him. Yeah Yeah Like I said earlier episode. I think q tob weights. What's he building in there? This right this site was the home of numerous secret projects that were private public partnerships. That's pretty common. You know especially in the aerospace industry or the nuclear industry and it sounds crazy to say well the locals eventually just came to accept that there was this weird facility on the on the other side of the Parker in town and they just went about their daily lives but we have to remember first off. It's crazy how quickly things become normal and we also have to remember that this A lot of this work was occurring throughout the Cold War right from the very end of World War Two so there's little bit patriotism tied up in there. There's a little bit of people tended to trust the government more in general so they were like I mean. Yeah no one saw it coming but but because of that you know. There's I think there's a sense of inherent nationalism. They're like we may not know what they're doing but we're the good guys and they're the goodest of the guys exactly. Oh Ben th. I watched in researching this. There's a really cool documentary on On Youtube called atomic cowboys It's like a little thirty minute. Doc about this whole situation but intersperses all of this amazing footage that you've probably seen some of it..

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"susana" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"susana" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"You could model like a plush toy after. Right agreed, so we are going somewhere with this today. Conspiracy realist We were inspired to make today's episode via an email from Wayne see Wayne see wrote to us a while back and you said. Have you covered the Santa Susana? Field Laboratory. Is this something you could cover? Wayne? You go onto. Mention that you were surprised so very few people have heard about this, and in fact, people behind the curtain. We had not heard of this either so here are the facts. The Santa Susanna. Story. Is was let's you can use past tense in terms when it was operational a massive complex of research and development. Labs located in Simi Valley, which is in southern California and it has a long history It really is one of those classic kind of the atomic age kind of you know nineteen forties kind of facilities where it was really you know the dawning of a new era, and all that and nuclear power was the wave of the future It's been operational, doing one thing or another, since around nineteen forty seven. Two years after the detonation of the world's first nuclear weapon, an aerospace company called a north. American aviation decided to build a facility located in a rural part of the hills above Simi Valley and at first the purpose of the site was to test rocket engines and they did this for a long time from nineteen, forty nine to two thousand in six, the US space program routinely used the site to develop and test a very tricky part of rocketry, which was liquid propellant liquid propellant. Is high-grade stuff. You know it's surprised. It's complicated. It's also very dangerous in terms of the contaminants that you know in terms of just the the chemicals themselves, but that's not all they did, as you mentioned all in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three under the supervision of the US. Atomic Energy Commission. That's the predecessor of the Department of Energy. The field lab what we'll. Call Santa Susanna SF s S. F. L. for this. They added something. They called area four, and from thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three to at least one, thousand, nine, hundred eighty. Four was home to nuclear reactors from nineteen, sixty, six to one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, the US government actually sponsored a liquid metal research center at the site is I mean they were making t one thousand Ben, so that means..

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Police search for thieves who stole 2 royal crowns before escaping by speedboat

AM Tampa Bay

04:34 min | 3 years ago

Police search for thieves who stole 2 royal crowns before escaping by speedboat

"The Benatti spine institute ten thousand enthusiastic supporters gathered at the Florida state fairgrounds to see President Trump who gave his endorsement to Jacksonville congressman Ron Disentis. For governor welcome to Florida Mr President We thank reading from the candidate President. Trump rallied, for Rhonda Santa. Susana tough primary race for the GOP, gubernatorial nomination the president called the Santa later a proud veteran. My great friend a tough brilliant cookie Disentis seeks to fill the chair now held by Rick Scott who was also recognized by the president in his race for Democrat Bill Nelson's Senate seat, the Florida primary is set for August twenty eighth Grenell Scott, Fox News it was a blow to agriculture Commissioner and Paul county resident Adam Putnam who is the front runner and so Trump endorsed. To Santa's earlier in the day Trump addressed students. And supporters at Tampa Bay technical high school Trump says. The nation needs to invest even more resources towards job training whether you're a high school student or a late, career, worker, there's never been, a better time to learn Trade Honus skill or pursue your dreams never been a better time we've never had a better time for hiring in this country last quarter GDP, has you know grew to four point one percent and I, think it's going to go a lot higher Trump also signed into law a workforce development Bill the, devotes more funding for stem education President Trump's former. Campaign manager is on trial for Bank and tax fraud highlight of day one was the opening arguments by the. Government and by Paul manafort's defense prosecutor ZOA Sonya maintained that the former, Trump campaign chair knowingly falsified tax returns over a several year period then lied to banks about, his, income in order to fraudulently apply for loans to cover his, debt defense attorney Thomas Zony. Maintained that co-defendant gates is to blame as manafort's business guy court resumes at nine thirty this morning Bill Rakoff CBS news. At US district court in Alexandria Virginia. Northern California's deadly car fire is widening its path of destruction but. Firefighters are gaining ground Cal. Fire says the blaze burned through roughly another seven thousand acres. Overnight for a total, of about, one hundred ten thousand this is, Steve Futterman in Redding California the car fire is now Thirty percent contained this is fire crews take, advantage of much calmer winds for hundreds of families though it comes too late more than. Nine hundred homes have. Been completely destroyed nearly two hundred others. Have suffered some damage and six people have died the fire does continue to burn but it has slowed down considerably and fire officials are hopeful the worst is over firefighters helping for a break in the high winds, that have been fanning the flames under Florida's stand. Your ground law someone who claimed self defense is not required to be arrested and jailed while the investigation continues. Manila's sheriff Bob Galtieri held a news conference to address the growing outrage, over his decision not to arrest Michael Drako in the shooting death of marquees mcglockton Beasley thing, in, some respects would have been for me to arrest Drako and, kick it to the state. Attorney the easy thing is not the right thing or the legal thing to do based upon the application of in this. Case I've never done anything because it's. The easy way or what Mike call the politically expedient thing to. Do and I'm not going to start. Doing it today while Terry says the investigations far from, over and it could be weeks or months before it's complete when the tax. Bill comes next year you might be in, for a shock some thirty. Million Americans could be in for, a stressful experience next tax season that's according to congressional auditors. Who predicted twenty one percent of US taxpayers will discover their employers failed to withhold enough money from their checks under the tax laws the, GAO report says even with the changes in tax law an estimated twenty seven million Americans would be affected, Jim Chenevey CBS news Swedish police are looking for the thieves who made off, with the Royal family's crown jewels the highest went down on. Tuesday at a cathedral west of Stockholm the thieves escaped in a motorboat moored outside the nine hundred year old church. Police launched a search by land CNN air but as of now the culprits remained enlarge large the jewels to crowns and, a Royal orb date back to the early seventeenth century itself Thirty-five at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a weather is next Some.

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Hockey, Shane and Fox discussed on Next Week in Stocks

Next Week in Stocks

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Hockey, Shane and Fox discussed on Next Week in Stocks

"Canada and the entire hockey world grieving today after fourteen people were killed late yesterday when a bus carrying humble broncos junior hockey team was rammed by a tractor trailer in northern saskatchewan you're stunned and grieving over this incomprehensible situation we know that this is a moment when we must come together to support to comfort and to lean on one another team president kevin garin among the fourteen kill the team's twenty year old captain and it's radio play by play announcer the team was on its way to a playoff game when the accident took place germany's chancellor angela merkel saying she's quote deeply shocked by the terrible events in munster unquote of an crashed into a crowd outside the popular bar today in the western german city killing two people injuring twenty others the driver that vehicle then shot and killed himself to states complying so far with president trump's request that national guard troops be deployed to the us southern border with mexico that trip deployment nearly four thousand probably on their way to hundred and fifty national guard troops being deployed as we speak in texas and they're on their way in arizona to governor doug ducey call up the activation of one hundred fifty guard troops in arizona fox's griff jenkins in washington the ap reporting the california governor jerry brown has not yet indicated if you'll send guard members to the border while new mexico governor susana martinez office has not yet deployed any of the states guard members some thirty percent of air france flights canceled today's strike overpaid rises raises rather appears to be intensifying their most french trains will also screech to a halt on strike plan for tonight over president emmanuel macron's economic reforms that train strike expected to last through monday and that air france strike is the fifth such strike that's taken place since february seen fox news fair and balanced caitlyn personalized her shane company engagement ring with the sapphire and told everyone on yelp how much she loved it i wanted us gone he came in and saying fix tom this.

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15 dead after Canadian junior hockey team bus crash

The Money Hour Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

15 dead after Canadian junior hockey team bus crash

"The investigation continues i'm paul stevens fox news canada and the entire hockey world grieving today after fourteen people were killed late yesterday when a bus carrying the humble broncos junior hockey team was rammed by a tractor trailer in northern schedule your stunned and grieving over this incomprehensible situation we know that this is a moment when we must come together to support to comfort and to lean on one another team president kevin guarantor among the fourteen kill the team's twenty year old captain at it's radio play by play announcer the team was on its way to a playoff game when the accident took place germany's chancellor angela merkel saying she's quote deeply shocked by the terrible events in monster unquote a van crash into a crowd outside a popular bar today in the western german city killing two people injuring twenty others the driver of that vehicle then shot and killed himself to states complying so far with president trump's request that national guard troops be deployed to the us southern border with mexico that trip to pull nearly four thousand probably on their way to hundred and fifty national guard troops being deployed as we speak in texas and they're on their way in arizona to governor doug ducey calling up the activation of one hundred fifty guard troops in arizona fox's griff jenkins in washington the reporting the california governor jerry brown has not yet indicated if you'll send guard members to the border wall new mexico governor susana martinez his office has not yet deployed any of the states scarred members some thirty percent of air france flights canceled today's strike over pay rises raises rather appears to be intensifying their most french trains will also screech to a halt and strike plan for tonight over president emmanuel macron's economic reforms that train strike expected to last through monday and that air france strike is the fifth such strike that's taken place since february girls the fox news fair and balanced stuck in traffic we've got the answer from the balance of nature traffic center group within the balance of nature traffic center jane addams we have an accident blocking the three left lanes inbound before plus he wrote in elmhurst have been reported this was a vehicle fire earlier but now is an accident that has the three left lanes oh main street in burlington avenue.

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