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  • a trio of headlines headline today's show.

  • Well, let's make that a Quattro because number one is Fridays are awesome of Carl Jesus.

  • It's great to have you spending part of your Friday with us.

  • We start in Central America, where people are trying to recover from hurricane iota.

  • It struck Nicaragua's Caribbean coast as a Category four storm this week, about two weeks after the Category four Hurricane Rita made landfall there.

  • When it blew ashore, Iota sustained wind speeds were 155 MPH, just two MPH shy of Category five status.

  • The strongest hurricane classifications iota killed at least 26 people across Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and Colombia.

  • And though its wind speeds have died down, I owed his reign still threatened to bring flash flooding, river flooding and mudslides to Central America.

  • Officials say the storm affected more than 400,000 people in Nicaragua alone.

  • In the United States, students watching this show from New York City are likely watching from home.

  • The nation's largest public school system was one of the first to resume in person learning this fall, but less than eight weeks afterward, the number of new coronavirus cases reached a level that triggered another school shut down in New York City.

  • State officials are expected to close gyms and indoor restaurants there in the days ahead.

  • The pandemic has also had a major impact on the airline industry, but the aerospace company Boeing just found out at 7 37 Max planes are back on track to fly in America 7 37.

  • Max is Boeing's best selling jet, but US regulators grounded the model in March of 2019 after computer problems caused two of the planes to crash, killing 356 people.

  • Bowing his updated the Plains software and made other changes, the federal government says.

  • After additional safety measures, Air taken the planes will be able to resume some domestic flights in America.

  • But U.

  • S airlines allow travelers to change their plane if they still don't want to fly on a 7 37 max.

  • Next story today focuses on the U.

  • S executive branch.

  • President Donald Trump says he still has a clear path to victory is his campaign disputes election results in several states, but states are moving towards certifying their vote totals.

  • An American media project that Joe Biden is the U.

  • S president elect.

  • He hasn't announced his nominees yet for important Cabinet jobs.

  • But CNN 10 contributor Kelly MENA explores what those positions air all about Kelly.

  • Thanks, Carl.

  • Today we're going to be taking a look at the Presidential Cabinet, a group of individuals who advised the president.

  • The Presidential Cabinet is made up of 15 executive departments, including the vice president, each with a head known as a secretary like the secretary of transportation or the secretary of education.

  • With the exception of the Justice Department, which is known as the Attorney general Cabinet members Air chosen by the president and confirmed by the U.

  • S Senate, the Cabinet members departments are important to the running of the country, and each secretary will advise the president based on their area of expertise.

  • The presidential Cabinet dates back to the first President George Washington, who had a group of four trusted advisors, including Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton.

  • Thes advisors are usually nominated around December and January, and the full Cabinet won't be confirmed until a few months into the new administration.

  • In recent presidencies, at least one chosen Cabinet member will be withdrawn before being confirmed.

  • CARL Though President elect Joe Biden has started to fill out portions of his Cabinet, it will be interesting to see the final lineup of chosen advisers.

  • 12th trivia.

  • The substance algae in, which is used to make everything from candy to car tires, is found in what milk, petroleum, bamboo or kelp.

  • Brown algae, aka kelp, is a major source of al jinn, though the uses for brown seaweed are expanding worldwide.

  • The kelp farming industry is not a big one, and some scientists say farms need to be monitored as they grow because on a large scale they could affect and possibly harm the local marine environment.

  • And they could harm communities that become dependent on growing kelp if the crop order become diseased.

  • For example, thes pros and cons, air mirrored and using kelp or seaweed as a food source, it contains a lot of nutrients and a lot of minerals.

  • But some researchers are concerned that eating too much of it, especially on a regular basis, could give people too much iodine, which can cause health problems of its own.

  • So farming help is not an answer to all the world's problems, though those who do it count many benefits.

  • This is Rachael in island.

  • It's the northernmost point of Northern Ireland, has a population of around 150 people and is the site of one of the U.

  • K's few kelp farms.

  • On This is Kate Burns, who founded Islander Rathmann Kelp after visiting Kelp Farms in Maine, USA.

  • I just hope they were scientists doing something in the lab.

  • The seaweed eso.

  • It wasn't until I think I saw it as a food product and then also the working with fishermen was the working with fishermen thing that really clicked with me.

  • Help with something of a wonder crop.

  • It absorbs large amounts of CO two, actually good for the environment when you grow it.

  • No fertilizers, no pesticides.

  • Herbicides.

  • It's nutritious kelp.

  • Another seaweeds have as much protein.

  • Gram by gram is beef and are one of the few non animal sources of vitamin B 12.

  • On top of all that growing, it creates beneficial ecosystems for marine life to produce a food with such food value.

  • It's surprising how much chefs and what people talk about seaweed and seaweed, the new food, But actually, when you look for it on menus, and when you look for in shops, it's still not there.

  • The United Nations stated that seaweeds like help, have unmatched potential in tackling global issues such as food insecurity and climate change.

  • But growing them is not easy.

  • Firstly, the conditions need to be right.

  • Kelp likes to grow between seven degrees and 12 degrees is ideal.

  • But because of the Gulf Stream, we have sea temperatures here, generally between seven and 12 12 months of the year.

  • Kelp is not actually a plant, but in algae, so baby kelp or spores have to be collected and grown to see the kelp lines.

  • So this is the lab stroke nursery on.

  • This is where we do the cultivation in here, off the young of the young Cal plants on.

  • These have been growing for about 35 days.

  • On the plant is about two millimeters long.

  • Millions of kelp plants on those were ready to go out to sea.

  • Kelp is amongst the fastest growing organisms on earth.

  • Some species can grow upwards of 2 ft per day, so we would grow our helplines easy.

  • About 100 m.

  • She's talking about a ton of help coming off that on DSO, we maybe would have somewhere between 15 and 20.

  • ROPE sight Although seaweed has been growing throughout history, the industry today is still fledgling but growing rapidly, doubling in size between 2005 and 2015, and it currently produces over 30 million tons a year.

  • But Burns thinks there are thousands of potential farmers and struggling fishing villages who could help expand the industry.

  • I mean, I think what's really important is that we, as a small community here, have I had done something amazing, and we've proved it could work under the most challenging circumstances.

  • Um, really, with very little resources, what we've created jobs and, you know, we've created an industry it needs to take off.

  • It's such an important foodstuff, such a sustainable food stuff on such a such a useful resource for for coastal communities in theory, In New York City tradition, a 75 ft tall Christmas tree recently arrived at Rockefeller Center.

  • What's not traditional is what was inside this guy.

  • Ah, worker found him while setting up the tree.

  • Officials say the saw wet owl probably got trapped when the tree was being tied up for transport.

  • They named him Rockefeller.

  • He's not seriously hurt.

  • And after Rockefeller fully recovers at a wildlife center, he'll be set free.

  • Say what?

  • No saw wet saw what a saw whet owl Who saw what I saw it.

  • Soon he'll be a free bird this winter, he'll be a snowbird.

  • He's been involved in quite a flap, and we don't know if he'll be big, But we are glad folks were on hand to help a feller like Rockefeller up.

  • Carla Zeus.

  • Today's shoutout goes somewhere new like New Brockton High School.

  • It's a new Brockton, Alabama.

  • Great to have you guys on our YouTube channel.

  • We will be back next Monday and Tuesday before we're off the rest of the week for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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