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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"The United States. It's two hundred eighty two feet below sea level on the afternoon June July tenth nineteen thirteen the United States weather borough recorded a high temperature of one hundred thirty four degrees Fahrenheit <hes> for everyone else that's fifty six point seven degrees Celsius at furnace creek in Death Valley this this temperature stands as the highest ambient air temperature ever recorded at the surface of the earth that is so frigging hot. I can't even imagine it because when we were in Las Vegas we were like Oh i the whole the air feels like open of yes I am. I am an inside of the oven. It was probably like one hundred degrees YEP. I was joking that it was like one hundred twenty but it was probably one hundred to us one hundred twenty and our truth the ballad so but that one hundred thirty six degrees that's out of control so yeah death valley. Let's not go there. Example of G- robin which is a down dropped block of lane between two mountain ranges it is super dry because it sits in the rain shadow of four major mountain ranges so the highest surface temperature ever recorded in death valley was two hundred one point zero degrees Fahrenheit. That's ninety three point nine degrees Celsius on on July Fifteenth Nineteen seventy-two also at Furnace creek the highest ground surface temperature ever recorded on the earth you if you touched that like if you touch ground you would have third degree burns instantaneously Ashley by the wayside note. Can I tell you how much.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Get a multiply me more with rocks. Not enough wood frog. Oh, man. Yeah. These animals do there was th that was joking about David Attenborough narrating, the the Minnesota resume, but yeah, as you watch those planet earth and life, and and all those shows there's a there's the ability of creatures to survive in these type temperatures is this like Br species of snake that does a similar thing. That's a Canadian snake, and when it gets super cold, they just sort of, you know, bury themselves under the snow. They freeze and just as it starts. You'll see hundreds of snakes just popping out of horrible. It's really cool. Those frogs they wake up from their frozen from their frozen stupor. You know, I it's time to turn a banana into a hammer. So either things you can do in the subzero temperatures. It shouldn't some boiling water into the air. Yeah. A lot of people like to do that fill the soup. They say they say Philip super soaker with boiling water, you shoot out into the cold actually vaporizes and turns into ice Chris crystals, essentially are oh made snow. Yep. Freeze fried egg. I've heard of that. So you put a frying pan outside for about fifteen minutes before you crack an egg into its results into something resembling breakfast. You can freeze Freia. He want to eat it. You don't wanna eat it. Frozen cold. Yeah. Go sledding on a frozen towel. Pass. I'll pass. This last one I might do today. I've already said it to Melinda make maple syrup taffy. So you bring you bring maple syrup to a boil don't stir it or your heating it up. Right once it's reached two hundred thirty four degrees Fahrenheit, bring the pot of the molten maple goodness outside and imports into the into a clean expanse of snow, then stick a popsicle stick on one end and rolled.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Show. Paul Caneiro now faces four counts of murder authorities allege he shot his brother Keith has Keith colts snack million dollar home burned keeps wife and their two children found dead inside that home last Tuesday. Now, Paul kinara was originally charged with setting his own home on fire. The same day brothers family was found dead. Caneiro's lawyer says he's gonna comment on the new charges after mammoth. Prosecutors give more details on the case today. Scott Pringle, NBC. News Radio New jersey. This year is expected to be the fourth warmest year on record as global temperatures have risen for the last ten months the world. Meteorological organization says average temperatures have been nearly thirty four degrees Fahrenheit above preindustrial levels. The last four years have been the hottest on. Record and a twenty warmest years were reported within the last twenty two years. The organization ads melting glaciers and see is along with rising sea levels have all continued the organization and some warming trend Israel and the world is running out of time to tackle climate change. There will be another attempt at the state capital next year to pass a big increase in Mississippi cigarette. Tax a coalition of health groups will try again to convince the legislature that raising the tax by a dollar fifty cents a pack would save lives to be able to get people's attention. Make them think twice about either continuing to smoke or starting to smoke. Dr Michael Mansour of Greenville is president of the Mississippi State medical association, the coalition says a new poll shows continued strong bipartisan public support for the tax increase with almost three out of four mississippians in favor of it, including a majority of smokers. Randy bell in Jack's at NASA set to announce its first commercial partners in. Efforts to send people to the moon and then on to Mars administrator, Jim Bryden Stein will reveal the selected companies during a news conference in Washington this afternoon. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. The.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Not acceptable. The briefing today did not help me at all. Better understand the role NBS plaguing the killing a mystery kashogi Defense Secretary James Mattis says there's no smoking gun tying the killing to the Saudi Crown prince. This year is expected to be the fourth warmest year on record as global temperatures have risen for the last ten months the world. Meteorological organization says average temperatures have been nearly thirty four degrees Fahrenheit above pre industrial levels. Last four years have been the hottest on record and the twenty warmest years were reported within the last twenty two years. I mean, anything global warming. I guess well. Don't. The president. Would it means things are getting warmer? Hey, how tough is it financially for millennials listen to this? They are leading a comeback for layaway plans. Bloomberg reports a pair of firms are appealing to young shoppers by allowing them to pay for their purchases in installments. You know, what the average cost of purchases that they have to do installment two hundred dollars fifty fifty dollars installments? Oh my God. What did you give them six pennies at the time? Millennials often use layaway plans to buy things like jeans and t-shirts. Should have to put a t shirt on layaway. Wow. I wonder if Alexandria or Qazi Cortez uses plans for her Christian Lubaton shoes. Probably. So anyway, they they say they just don't have enough money to to buy these things and don't want to go through the process of applying for credit card. All right. Thanks, Joey be well, you heard the headline from the post interview that the president has not taken apart and off the table for Paul Manafort, let's hear from you should the president pardoned. Paul Manafort, we want you to weigh in call us eight hundred three to one zero seven ten right now checkout traffic, here's Bernie biter guys. It's been a very busy morning commute.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"KYW Sam clover is in the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center to dish out the tough love people actually turning around and going the wrong way up the ramp. Don't do that. The lanes are open up ahead of you. Don't be silly check with Sam. I what are you doing every ten minutes on the twos on KYW NewsRadio thirty nine one week after the deadliest transportation accidents in the US and nine years. Some of the twenty victims are being laid to rest today. A joint ceremony will take place in a small community in upstate New York. So many people wanted to pay their respects to the families of the victims of last weekend's deadly limo crash in upstate New York. A school bus had to be used to shuttle people from parking lot to a Catholic church in the small community of Amsterdam hundreds of people lined up for blocks to attend the wake for eight of the twenty victims. A joint funeral was scheduled for today. Four sisters who grew? Up in the town were among the victims. Investigators continue to look for the cause of the crash prosecutors charged the operator of the limo Nauman Hussein with criminally negligent homicide. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. Fifty seven degrees. Mostly cloudy skies, the recently released UN climate report paints a picture of the future. But a California climatologists has with the right action. The future could be brightened the planet has warmed one degree celsius, which is almost thirty four degrees Fahrenheit above pre industrial temperatures. The UN report shows that if the planet warms at the same rate by the year twenty forty there will be massive wildfires. Coral reefs will die off worsening food shortages, but UC Santa Barbara professor Chris funk says if there is more investment in renewable energy dramatically reduce emissions from coal plant more trees. The warming can be stopped at about one point five degrees celsius or roughly thirty five degrees Fahrenheit, and to do that it'll cost about nine hundred billion dollars a year..

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Some of the twenty victims are being laid to rest today a joint Sam ony take face in a small community in upstate New York. So many people wanted to pay their respects to the families of the victims of last weekend's deadly crash in upstate New York. A school bus had to be used to shuttle people from parking lot to a Catholic church in the small community of Amsterdam hundreds of people lined up for blocks to attend the week for eight of the twenty victims. A joint funeral was scheduled for today. Four sisters who grew up in the town were among the victims. Investigators continue to look for the cause of the crash prosecutors charged the operator of the limo Nauman Hussein with criminally negligent homicide. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. Fifty four degrees. Mostly cloudy skies, the broadcast center growing up to fifty nine news time eleven forty the recently released UN climate report paints a. Kim picture the future. But a California climatologist says, but the right action the DEM future could be brightened the planet has warmed one degree celsius, which is almost thirty four degrees Fahrenheit above pre industrial temperatures. The UN report shows that if the planet warms at the same rate by the year twenty forty there will be massive wildfires. Coral reefs will die off worsening food shortages, but you see Santa Barbara professor Chris funk says if there is more investment in renewable energy dramatically, reduce emissions from coal plant more trees. The warming can be stopped at about one point five degrees celsius or roughly thirty five degrees Fahrenheit, and to do that it'll cost about nine hundred billion dollars a year. Jim Roope, Los Angeles, fifty four mostly cloudy as time forty one. Would you like to earn four to five percent on.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"But those exercises can return in the spring, just as the twenty nine thousand nine hundred sundown music series is set to begin in Haddon heights. David Madden, KYW NewsRadio. The recently released UN climate reports paint said din picture of the future. But a California. Climatologist says with the right action situation could be brightened the planet has warmed one degree celsius, which is almost thirty four degrees Fahrenheit above pre industrial temperatures. The UN report shows that if the planet warms at the same rate by the year twenty forty there will be massive wildfires. Coral reefs will die off worsening food shortages, but UC Santa Barbara professor Chris funk says if there is more investment in renewable energy dramatically reduce emissions from coal plant more trees. The warming can be stopped at about one point five degrees celsius or roughly thirty five degrees Fahrenheit, and to do that it'll cost about nine hundred billion dollars a year. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. And your time is six twenty one fans of the addictive video game Minecraft will be flocking to the greater Philadelphia expo center in oaks this weekend for our what's billed as the number one Minecraft event in the country. He he's Andrew Kramer, fills the San if you're not familiar with Minecraft. Chad Collins who founded mine fair describes it as using. Legos only in digital form you're able to create world and interact with other characters in the game. And just really let your nation run wild. You'll get to play Minecraft at this festival. Among many other activities, there's my craft DR there's going to be an escape room. And there's even going to be.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KSRO

"Twenty five till accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr has the national forecast what are we going to have we're going to have several areas of precipitation across the country for today one is going to be a weak front that's going to push out of the great lakes and the midwest across the ohio valley and the northeast that will have some shower and thunderstorm activity within don't nothing severe we're mostly going to see that activity around during the afternoon and early evening hours ahead of that front the warmth and the humidity going to build across the northeast and down into the mid atlantic for today we're also going to look for afternoon storms to pop up across the tennessee and lower mississippi river valleys those are not going to be severe however we do have a possibility of severe storms in the northern rockies areas across western and central parts of montana may end up with some strong even severe storms for this afternoon and the early part of tonight meanwhile farther south into the four corners region especially up through arizona and utah will end up with showers and thunderstorms once again these are going to primarily bring the risk of flooding rainfall and are going to be most widespread during the afternoon and evening hours they will spill over somewhat into parts of colorado and new mexico as well as over into southern portions of nevada and california the heat backing off a little in the northwest although it still plenty steamy across much of california that's the nation's weather i'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather zehr on this date in nineteen thirteen the temperature reached one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit and death valley california it was the hottest recorded temperature ever in the us and remains a record that date fell on a friday in nineteen thirteen they said it was going to be a hot weekend on this date in one thousand nine hundred rca's trademark logo his master's.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Twenty five till accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr has the national forecast what are we gonna have we're going to have several areas of precipitation across the country for today one is going to be a weak front that's going to push out of the great lakes in the mid west across the ohio valley and the northeast that will have some shower and thunderstorm activity within though nothing severe mostly going to see that activity around during the afternoon amd early evening hours ahead of that front the warmth and the humidity going to build across the northeast and down into the mid atlantic for today we're also going to look for afternoon storms to pop up across the tennessee and lower mississippi river valleys those are not going to be severe however we do have a possibility of severe storms in the northern rockies areas across western and central parts of montana may end up with some strong even severe storms for this afternoon and the early part of tonight meanwhile farther south into the the four corners region especially up through arizona and utah will end up with showers and thunderstorms once again these are going to primarily bring the risk of flooding rainfall and are going to be most widespread during the afternoon and evening hours they will spill over somewhat into parts of colorado and new mexico as well as over into southern portions of nevada and california the heat backing off a little in the northwest although it's still plenty steamy across much of california that's the nation's weather i'm accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr on this date in nineteen thirteen the temperature reached one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit and death valley california it was the hottest recorded temperature ever in the us and remains a record that date fell on a friday in nineteen thirteen they said it was going to be a hot weekend on this date in one thousand nine hundred rca's trademark logo his master's voice.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Twenty five till accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr has the national forecast what are we gonna have we're going to have several areas of precipitation across the country for today one is going to be a weak front that's going to push out of the great lakes and the mid west across the ohio valley and the northeast that will have some shower and thunderstorm activity within though nothing severe we're mostly going to see that activity around during the afternoon angrily evening hours ahead of that front the warmth and the humidity going to build across the northeast and down into the mid atlantic for today we're also going to look for afternoon storms to pop up across the tennessee and lower mississippi river valleys those are not going to be severe however we do have a possibility of severe storms in the northern rockies areas across western and central parts of montana man doppler some strong even severe storms for this afternoon and the early part of tonight meanwhile farther south into the four corners region especially up through arizona and utah will end up with showers and thunderstorms once again these are going to primarily bring the risk of rainfall and are going to be most widespread during the afternoon and evening hours they will spill over somewhat into parts of colorado and new mexico as well as over into southern portions of nevada and california the heat backing off a little in the northwest although it still plenty steamy across much of california that's the nation's weather i'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather zehr on this date in nineteen thirteen the temperature reached one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit in death valley california it was the hottest recorded temperature ever in the us and remains a record that date fell on a friday in nineteen thirteen they said it was going to be a hot weekend on this date in one thousand nine hundred rca's trademark logo his.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Heather zehr has the national forecast what are we gonna have we're going to have several areas of precipitation across the country for today one is going to be a weak front that's going to push out of the great lakes and the mid west across the ohio valley and the northeast that will have some shower and thunderstorm activity within though nothing severe we're mostly going to see that activity around during the afternoon amd early evening hours ahead of that front the warmth and the humidity going to build across the northeast and down into the mid atlantic for today we're also going to look for afternoon storms to pop up across the tennessee and lower mississippi river valleys those are not going to be severe however we do have a possibility of severe storms in the northern rockies areas across western and central parts of montana may end up with some strong even severe storms for this afternoon and the early part of tonight lean while farther south into the four corners region especially up through arizona and utah will end up with showers and thunderstorms once again these are going to primarily bring the risk of flooding rainfall and are going to be most widespread during the afternoon and evening hours they will spill over somewhat into parts of colorado and new mexico as well as over into southern portions of nevada and california the heat backing off a little in the northwest although it still plenty steamy across much of california that's the nation's weather i'm accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr on this date in nineteen thirteen the temperature reached one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit and death valley california it was the hottest recorded temperature ever in the us and remains a record that date fell on a friday in nineteen thirteen they said it was going to be a hot weekend on this date in one thousand nine hundred rca's trademark logo his master's voice.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Next look at news at six thirty headlines now with roles at the one jet news desk the next twenty to thirty minutes could be as storms pop up in the area thirties have arrested a man who talked about setting off a bomb on the fourth of july in cleveland and president trump says he's met with four potential supreme for candidates one more story you'll want to hear if you wanna live longer this week new study says drink coffee that's smart we'll have those stories at six thirty on newsradio ten twenty katie kao some stories i hear about studies that i think really what are they studying here can you really believe that you believe this jumping into deep end feet i i'm all just wait till next week maybe you now i this shows how can the temperature get in the united states what's the record for the hottest outdoor temperature ever recorded in the us and where did that happen this doctor you know each in a nutshell the all time whether bureau record for the hottest day in the us is one hundred and thirty four degrees fahrenheit that record was set on july tenth nineteen thirteen at death valley california interestingly that hottest everyday in the us is now also recognized as the world record the previous world record of one hundred and thirty six degrees in libya is not recognized now because of reported faulty instrumentation so the one hundred thirty four degrees at death valley california stands as the hottest day ever officially recorded in the united states.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on The Starters

"Area the pit outside of the where tons of fans come down i'm sure you've seen it and are watching the game on the big screen on the side of the arena it's a party and be cancel in game one because the weather was insane it was like freezing rain in toronto on the weekend and it was like pretty dangerous to be out there canada's center the roof was leaking at the kennedy center ice fell off the tower and punctured a hole in the skydome wow a baseball game was canceled yesterday because of it in this guy crazy rogers centre whatever you wanna call it guys the video of two guys up on top of the skydome fixing it in like crazy weather is it some dead serious knew exactly don't walk luckily scary so it'll be what it'll be park parkas agrees tonight two degrees celsius don't freak out americans thirty four degrees fahrenheit now that's not warm mole no i wouldn't consider that it'll feel colder than that too that's the classic it'll be too feel like minus what's your real feel nordahl right raptors never gone up to a series on one game one right was in physics completes ice yeah they kept changing exchanging wind grange wrote the raptors never win series they survive and that is the truth and they need that's why they need to go and win this series better and i just wonder about the wizard sense of urgency the clips you know obviously reading into that a little bit but that's who they are as trae mentioned they think are a little bit better than they are so they will fight back though bill punch back and there is some respect on that i'm not saying they all disrespect but hey the raptors are fifty nine when team for a reason i don't know elsie i like this new wrinkle to say what here in the playoffs obviously lots of some lifts out there sentiment starters at nba dot com can we get a good question from lawrence chung says which team do you think will be most likely to give up if they go down oh two he says i think it's washington they're going to employ to down to yep already that the ready to fold i don't think there's a better option out there the other fifteen teams know the blazers still got that belief they haven't had enough playoff sadness firs i feel bad for but they're not gonna die the wounds the wu's went rollover on they'll do fight okay but yes especially having a playoff game in minnesota for the first time ever when they finally get the game three yeah good point great stuff tb tweets coming starters let's step on the beach real quick.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Wow In the World

"California and nevada uh the old dan valley america's director breaking national park that's right death valley is the lowest riased and oddest place in the united states oh not just the us cairo eyes i went to read the backing 1913 they recorded a temperature of fifty seven degrees celsius that's one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit right wow more than one hundred years later it still hasn't been beaten as hottest ever recorded air temperature on how you could practically freia i get that temperature right in fact um thing an oath to there is a uae oh did you just pull those eggs out of your pocket him on the head of the car while you were asking at cactus per directions earlier in the excuse me i'm just wondering if you could give us a directions to our campsite what in night sarah wayne that was like cactus i was talking to a year in one with a pretty prickly personality if you ask me now he drag it was hot enough outside to cook these eggs on the hood of the car wasn't quite a hundred and thirty four degrees out but still seem to do the trick meet the there's sand all over these exit kinney these also they've been sitting in your pocket for who knows how many hours nine hours behind hours it might have been a hot enough to fry an egg on the car earlier but no now the middle of the night really's turning the whole down here.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WJR 760

"This morning some light freezing precipitation rounds of light freezing rain maybe some light snow and heavy rain elsewhere overcast otherwise and temperatures as we head on through today in the mid upper thirty's most of that precept this morning from the weather channel i'm ray stagich newstalk seven sixty wjr he is indeed a great day it's thirty four degrees fahrenheit and for our friends in canada a writing books about the choi it's about zero degree celsius the frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr sitting in for frank here's m l l rank well this is a tough transition we go from detroit baseball its history to a tigers team that feels like it's history with none other than lynn henning our friend and longtime detroit news sports columnist buoyed what is go whose left on the tigers we get don't don't tell we still get there to around dawn is he is inner wanted i we could get rid of no he uh he was non tendered he hasn't settled on a new venue yet but that's coming in uh you're right though ml uh identity who is going to be a tough transition here for people not to mention the fact of uh winloss columnist gonna show that to this year but i still believe uh people will accept that if they know what the plan is and um it it it's a classic rebuild and it's not greatly unlike let's say the nineteen seventy five year that preceded de 84 sees enough people don't want to wait nine years but uh if they'll remember after nineteen 75 when that team lost a hundred and some games and also had a nineteen game losing streak the next year marked fitr it showed up and the next year jason thompson showed up in seventy six and then in seventy seven km steve camp in lance parish and then a couple of kids name trembling whitaker in this is the kind of regeneration and rebirth ml that will come about in detroit uh it'll be a little more thrilling if the tigers fans can pay an added penalty in watch guys like michael fulmer in nick cost janos get traded next year.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WJR 760

"On the fives wjr weather center where their weather advisories just north of light precipitation around as we head through this morning some rain mixed freezing rainer light snow mixed in there some slick travel especially north lowercase otherwise as we head through today temperatures in the mid to upper thirty's all day well weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on news talk seven sixty wjr hey thanks rate you know for the holiday season want you just take a second and tell you tell everybody here what you like best about me oh thank thank thanks ray it's a thirty four degrees fahrenheit y shout new the frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr he is ml eric here filling in for frank beckmann and you know i like to look forward i like to like to look into the future some people call me swamy rick actually that's that's not true but do they were looking back because we have a wonderful wonderful book to tell you about with cindy gearing who is the director of the michigan state university archives and historical collection with tales from the archive untold stories at m s you this sounds like he could be a a scary book cynthia i know it's it's been collected but not to scary not even one little ghost story about mary male hall or anything like that were asked about that a lot maybe volume kills tell siegbert the third and the steam tells nothing like that uh you know all of them don't yeah why thought i did but of that this volume has thirty nine historical tales and some pictures and all kinds of just gems from the historical collection which covers is it all one hundred and sixty years of ms you history oh yeah yep while it from a lot of different perspective it what what are some of your favorites i love the early student life documentation uh we find i think every generation think they made up bad behavior on campus but the kids in eighteen ninety nine were getting in two plenty of trouble why would never be so arrogant to think a invented bad behaviour michigan state i would just say refined it it has pranks go any cow tipping stories no there are definitely agricultural element though.

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"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Rocky Mountain National Podcast

Rocky Mountain National Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Rocky Mountain National Podcast

"Um you know that growing season here is kind of short compared to what most people are used to in their gardens and about our lawyers it well it depends it depends if you're in a really sunny windswept area where you're snowfree for a longer period of time you know you might have a really posh growing season of like ninety days ninety eight yeah yeah we're talking mike of you know living life uh and then other plant communities other areas in the tundra where there is really late lying snow may only have a thirty five or forty day growing season so you don't have a lotta time to do business plant so you kind of have to have some you know tricks up your sleeve in order to start growing at lower temperatures and but your flowers out into the world a little earlier than than a lot of lower elevation plant so it's it's pretty interesting yeah what are some of the tricks we'll certainly on being able to photo synthesized much lower temperatures then your counterparts down low so a lot alpine plants will start growing when temperatures are still you know thirty two thirty four degrees fahrenheit just above freezing really um and then it just growing um quickly and putting a lot of energy into flowering right away because it's actually more energyintensive them exceeds so you wanna have a longer period of the summer um where you're putting that energy and to making seeds for the next generation so a lot of plants appear flower pretty early um and then they have you know hair and that's added that at the hague minerals and waxy coatings and just all kinds of it different adaptations depending on which plant you're talking about and um.

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