8 Burst results for "270 Degree"

"270 degree" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

06:09 min | 7 months ago

"270 degree" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

"Hi. I'm Tony doing my personal Chad and Nate and rhyme. Well, let's hear it. Let's hear it, Tony. I just can't really slow and don't use my nose. The worst thing ever. I'm so glad. I'm so glad it's the worst thing ever. I'm surprised you don't record me doing this one night and just wanted in during the show somewhere. You're recorded every time you do it. Just like cut it out of the recording. Yeah, yeah, but then I'd have to like spend like 300 bucks on a fancy mixer that I can just push buttons and it'll play it when it's supposed to. We need a push button machine so we can do it because I'm right. And I thought you knew rob, we do everything live. Everything's lied. Yeah. So when it's not. Which is when most people listen to this, it's not. There you go. There you go. So we'll start with the views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the individual co hosts and you're not reflect the official policy or position of the firearms radio network and or their employers. This is not legal advice nor should it be considered as such viewer discretion is advised. This is especially true on live shows. You change that. I don't think I did. Okay, well, why don't you tell us about this VC AR grip Chad? Okay, I can do that. This is a pretty quick review because, well, it's a grip. So you can't really do too much too much. You can screw it up. Well, I could screw it up. That's for sure. You know, if you're watching live, you can see the crappy picture on my video screen, so I'm not even going to show it. Just go over to the firearms insider TV and look at it. You'll get the idea. But as you already know from our ad VZ grips has been making handgun grip panels for eons, but they also make rifle grips for ARs and scar rifles. The rifles, the grips, of course, are made from durable G ten and of course, because they're a show of the gun and gear review podcast. This one you're listening to. They graciously sent me one of their AR grips. The one I chose was their gen two stipple pattern. Besides the stipple pattern, AR grips with 6 other textures, all of them, of course you can get in various color options. And of course, with all the color combinations available from VZ, I opted for the grip in all black. So mainly I chose black because it goes with whatever rifle or pistol I decided to put it on. Some of their colors they offer two toned grips. Same proprietary G ten color options and patterns can give your VZ AR grip a fantastic look. Like I said, but I chose black, so it just looks cool anyway. The stipple gen two pattern is VZ most aggressive grip texture. At least on their AR style grips. The stipple pattern resembles a good stippling job, but of course these stippling is done on a four axis CNC machine that cuts out the desired pattern. The pattern wraps around the grip for 270 degrees. And the front of the grip is not patterned, however, so that's where the other, I don't know, however many degrees come in. I don't want to figure it out right now. The stipple pattern is sharp. If you have soft hands like rob, the grip pattern will probably be way too aggressive for you. I'd almost say it's too aggressive for me, but only almost. It's also super grippy. You can wrap your hand around this thing, and it's not moving. It doesn't matter what kind of grime oil blood sweat, whatever's on your hands, the stipple pattern will give you a great grip on the rifle. I'm super satisfied with the texture. Of course, I first mounted the VZ grip on an AR pistol because I wanted to try it out on something different actually using the pistol as a pistol. Because it allowed me to shoot at one handed with the stipple grip. Performed well for this, but, you know, and it didn't feel overly aggressive when using it like this, which I kind of surprised me. Then of course I tried it on a rifle. Same thing, grip, performed well. You know, I do like the grip angle on a standard rifle. It seemed to work well with the stop all the way collapsed or it's fully extended. It is a 17° grip angle, the VZ uses on this grip. The grip, to me, felt a little odd when I used it on a pistol as a pistol, not as not shouldering a pistol. So I figured a shallower grip angle would work better for that. It just kind of like a normal pistol when you're holding it, but that's no fault of easy grips. That's just the fault of Chad not preferring it on a rifle. But hey, it's a rifle grip. I think VZ has done a great job with a stippled gen two AR grip. I really like the super aggressive texture. Some people might not, but VZ makes other textures that are more suitable for the less aggressive crowd. If you feel, if you want to feel secure using your rifle and all circumstances, then definitely look into the stipple pattern grips. VZ has definitely created a great art AR grip either in this pattern or other patterns. It doesn't really matter. So we'll get into the fire insider review 8 key points. Claim to fame, it's a G ten AR grip. Target market, those wanting indestructible various grip texture of various color grips for AR rifles or scars..

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"270 degree" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"270 degree" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Space affects the how the size of the universe could be. And if space is curved. Positively or negative or flat that limits the options. Right, So that's something we can measure. We can measure it here. We can look around us and measure how curved is space in our universe. Um, and that might like, be a bit of a puzzler. Right? Like Howard, is that me? And how could space be occurred? How could you possibly measure it right? Um, and to think about that it's best to go back to the two dimensional example. You're living on the surface of a planet. For example, if you were a two dimensional scientists living on the surface of a planet or or some surface, and you wanted to know is this surface curved. What you could do is make a triangle because triangles are very sensitive to curvature, for example. You draw a triangle and a sheet of paper. You add up the angles. Then you get 100 and 80 degrees every triangle every flat surface, no matter what beautiful results like basic geometry. That's right. Yeah. Now imagine that triangle sitting on the surface of a tennis ball. You can draw a triangle on the surface of a tennis ball that has three right angles on it. Because triangles behave differently on a curved surface. Yeah. Could you imagine it could be 90 degrees, meaning their dad's up to 270 degrees. Yeah, exactly. So let's take a break so everyone can go get a tennis ball. Sharpie. Try this at home, and we'll be right back when you have your tennis ball. Alright. Assuming you're holding a tennis ball, and you've annoyed your partner or your spouse or your child by drawing triangles on it, you can see the triangles behaved differently. On a curved surface. It looks kind of bloated. Yeah. Yeah, it looks distorted. And so if you just make a triangle and add up the angles, you can see whether or not the space urine is curved or flat. Is that kind of a good way to think about the curvature of space? It's kind of like a distortion of space. Yes, Yes, It's a distortion and how the pieces of space are connected to each other. Which changes how you move through space changes like how you can get from one spot in space to another spot in space. Yeah, like I think I'm going straight, but I'm actually kind of being distorted one way or the other. Yeah, it changes. What Straight means? Okay, So then the curvature might give us some clues as to whether like we ramp around in ourselves or or whether, um We don't. I mean, that's all right. It can tell us right. It's whether we're on his fear or were not in his fear. Well, there's one other option, which is that we're in a sort of a saddle spaces. Negatively curved. Imagine you have a sheet of paper that's formed, sort of, like a bowl or the opposite of a sphere. And you're in the middle of that bull. You can drive triangle in that. And it would have angles of of less than 180 degrees. Really. You measure the China he had distortion. Yeah. Yeah, not quite a bull because that's just the inside of the sphere, but something that has a sort of saddle shape. Um and so you draw jangle. You make a measurement and that tells you and so we've done that. We've made those triangles and we've measured them to very high precision in three dimensional space. Like any answers. This is have done this in the The sheet of the universe. Yes, exactly. And we've done it in two different ways. At least that I can think about up my head. One is that we looked at giant cosmic triangles in space. You know, we looked at the cosmic microwave background radiation this leftover photons from the birth of the universe and drawing these triangles and measured the angles and And they come out to 180 degrees. It seems like space is flat. It's flat. We're nearly plant. Yeah, and that's a puzzle. It's really interesting. Lot of people wonder like, why is space flat? We've measured to be flat to within, You know, like 0.1%. And for a long time That was a mystery. But some people do. We think that space could be curved, like what would Why would why would that be weird? Yeah. And well, that leads perfectly into the second way. We've measured the curvature of space, which is you might ask what causes space to curve, right? Why would you expect space to be curved or flat or negatively curved. The answer is that the thing that curve space is matter, right? You put stuff matter and energy into space, and it curves it. That's what General relativity tells us that that gravity is in fact, the curvature of space, So we know the space gets curved. Like you put the sun in the center of the solar system. It curves space so that the earth very naturally moves in a circle around it, right? As an impact of the curvature of space. Okay, nobody's turning the earth. Nobody's like driving the earth around the sun, right but constantly turning. It's moving and what it considers to be a straight line, but space is curved. So it's It's just moving constantly in an orbit, right? That's in the, uh, the gravity is not like a force pulling the earth towards the sun. But gravity is more like distorting the space around the sun so that the earth just kind naturally goes around it. That's right. That's a great way to think about it, and so matter, distorts space and causes curvature of space. And so you can ask, is there enough matter and energy in the universe to curve space or to make it negatively curved or positively curved? Right? And if space is totally empty, if there's no matter in it at all, then it's negatively curved. You have to add energy and matter to make space zero have zero curvature. And so we've measured this. We've measured energy naturally wants to be negatively curve. But if you add stuff to it, then it gets straighter. That's right and space with no energy density, and it at all would have negative curvature. Uh.

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"270 degree" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"270 degree" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Coach 221000. Dave. Do you have a retirement road trip this week for us? I do it then. And I hope you're not wouldn't get signature stomach easily. It's your go, go years, So let's get going with another retirement road trip. We're reaching out to the kid, and you're looking at several of the scariest roller coasters in the world. Scary passing out brain rattling on its stem, thrilling rollercoasters. Let's rise may as well start with the tallest in the world and the fastest in North America. Back. Oh, King Dog. Leave the station going from 0 to 128 MPH in 3.5 seconds, then climb at a 90 degree angle 456 ft. That's 45 stories. No time to think about it at the top. It plummets immediately in our 270 degree Spiral King because it's six Flags Great adventure in Jackson, New Jersey. Let's go a little north to Canada. Vaughan, Ontario in Canada's Wonderland Yukon strike her the world's tallest, longest and fastest dive coaster. What's a dive coaster? It has a straight vertical drop with riders looking straight down. It hangs there. One Mississippi two, Mississippi three, Mississippi four. Mississippi five. Mississippi six. Mississippi seven. Mississippi Enough time for you to think. What have I time blacking out from the G forces your thing, then come with me to Kings Dominion outside of Richmond, Virginia. The Intimidator 35 climbs 305 ft named athlete for NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt this thing so fast, many have blacked out..

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"270 degree" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"270 degree" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Do you have a retirement road trip this week for us? I do it then. And I hope you're not wouldn't get signature stomach easily. It's your go, go years, So let's get going with another retirement road trip. We're reaching out to the kid, and you're looking at several of the scariest roller coasters in the world. Scary passing out brain rattling on its stem, thrilling rollercoasters. Let's rise may as well start with the tallest in the world and the fastest in North America Death. Back King Dog car. Leave the station going from 0 to 128 MPH in 3.5 seconds, then climb at a 90 degree angle. 456 ft. That's 45 stories. No time to think about it at the top. It plummets immediately in our 270 degree Spiral King because it's six Flags Great adventure in Jackson, New Jersey, Let's go a little north to Canada, the Vaughan, Ontario in Canada's Wonderland. Yukon striker, the world's tallest, longest and fastest dive coaster. What's a dive coaster? It has a straight vertical drop, with riders looking straight down. Hangs there. One. Mississippi two. Mississippi three. Mississippi four. Mississippi five. Mississippi six. Mississippi seven Mississippi Enough Time for you to think, What have I done? I'm blacking out from the G forces your thing, then come with me to Kings Dominion outside of Richmond, Virginia, start The Intimidator 35 climbs 305 ft named athlete for NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt this thing so fast, many have blacked out. I think I've blacked out, including yours truly not my favorite part. Now for the fastest in the world. We have to go to Ferrari Park in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates,.

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"270 degree" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"270 degree" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Coach 221000. Dave. Do you have a retirement road trip this week for us? I do it then. And I hope you're not wouldn't get signature stomach easily. It's your go, go years, So let's get going with another retirement road trip. We're reaching out to the kid, and you're looking at several of the scariest roller coasters in the world. Scary passing out brain rattling of its stem, thrilling rollercoasters. Let's ride may as well start with the tallest in the world and the fastest in North America. Back King Dog car. Leave the station going from 0 to 128 MPH in 3.5 seconds, then climb at a 90 degree angle. 456 ft. That's 45 stories. No time to think about it at the top. It plummets immediately in our 270 degree Spiral King two cars at six Flags Great adventure in Jackson, New Jersey. Let's go a little north to Canada. Vaughan, Ontario in Canada's Wonderland, Yukon striker, the world's tallest, longest and fastest dive coaster. What's a dive coaster? It has a straight vertical drop, with riders looking straight down. Hangs there. One. Mississippi two, Mississippi three. Mississippi four. Mississippi five. Mississippi six. Mississippi seven Mississippi Enough Time for you to think, What have I done Blacking out from the G forces your thing, then come with me to Kings Dominion outside of Richmond, Virginia..

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"270 degree" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"270 degree" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off in 19 Oh, four in ST Louis, where the games of the Third Olympiad opened the first held in the United States. 12 Nations took part this week in 1920, Washington Senators pitching legend Walter Johnson No hits. The Boston Red Sox wanted nothing at Fenway Park, the only No hitter of his illustrious career. This week in 1966, Billie Jean King beats Maria Bueno of Brazil, 633661 at Wimbledon for the first of her 12 Grand Slam singles titles Staying in tennis this week in 1977, Sweden's Beyond Bored beats Jimmy Connors 3662615764 for the second of five consecutive Wimbledon singles titles this week in 1986. Boston. Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens suffers His first loss of the season, one win short of the American League record for consecutive wins to start the season. He was 14 and out this week in 2000 and eight the Seattle SuperSonics officially gave notice that they were headed to Oklahoma City after 41 years in Seattle. The Oklahoma City Thunder would debut in the 2000 and 2000 and nine NBA season and they win their first game November 2nd 2000 and eight against the Minnesota Timberwolves. And this weekend 2018 NBA superstar LeBron James agrees to a four year $154 million deal with the L. A Lakers moving on from the Cleveland Cavaliers. And that's just some of what happened this week in sports history. The weekend sports Time capsule on I Heart radio. Six FT. That's 45 stories. No time to think about it at the top. It plummets immediately in our 270 degrees Spiral King because it's six Flags Great Adventure, and Jackson, New Jersey. Let's go a little north to Canada. Vaughan, Ontario in Canada's Wonderland, Yukon striker, the world's tallest, longest and fastest dive coaster. What's a dive coaster? It has a straight vertical drop with riders looking straight down, it hangs there. One. Mississippi two. Mississippi three, Mississippi four, Mississippi five, Mississippi six, Mississippi seven Mississippi Enough Time for you to think, What have I done? I'm blacking out from the G forces your thing then come with me to Kings Dominion outside of Richmond, Virginia, stopped you. The Intimidator..

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"270 degree" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"270 degree" Discussed on WTVN

"Go away? I don't I don't believe in that. That's what society is Just trying to cancel anybody right now. And stuff like that. I don't believe that. Yeah. All right. Interesting, right. Hey, I'm glad I asked. I wanted to get your take. I knew you would have an interesting take on that. But Traffic and weather together from Tim Star heating and cooling products here. Jonah Hill, 71 Dortmund left, Lane is still blocked just before the Fifth Avenue Bridge on a fender bender. Let's say they may be trying to move it out of the way with the back up all the way to I 70 to 70 southbound exiting at 70 has already been backed up from an accident scene South Main Street, but we picked up another one reported on the exit to eastbound main. As you're coming down to 70 South, trying to make that 270 degree loop for Reynoldsburg, Give yourself a little extra time. Plenty of other freeway delay 71 north near Grove City, 3 15 near highest road and looks like we still have some back up to 70 east near Worthington. Traffic sponsored by Mattress Firm Mattress firm's Fourth of July sale for a limited time, save up to $500 on a king bed for a queen price on top rated mattress brands like Celean Sleepy's Plus, get a free adjustable base with your $999 purchase traffic and weather together. Powered by temp starring Custom Air I'm Johnny Hill and NewsRadio. 6 10 wt. Viet Your ABC six first Warning, Weather and forecaster Caroline Cohen says 57 for the overnight low Sunshine Dry Very nice for Saturday. 80 tomorrow 89 with, you know, mainly dry on Sunday for the fourth and then on Monday for the three day weekend continues hot 90 and humid but dry weather powered by the basement Doctor 74 at your severe weather station..

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"270 degree" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"270 degree" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Space. We talked earlier about how the curvature space effects the how the size of the universe could be if its basis curved positively or negative or flat. That limits the options, right? So that's something we can measure. We could measure it here. We could look around us and measure how curved is space in our universe on Dat might, like, be a bit of a puzzler right? Like how is that me and how the space be occurred. How could you possibly measure it right? On do think about that. It's best to go back to the two dimensional example. You're living on the surface of a planet. For example, if you were a two dimensional scientists living on the surface of a planet or or some surface, and you want to know is this surface curved. Well, you could do is make a triangle. These triangles are very sensitive to curvature. For example, you drive triangle and she did paper. You add up the angles. Then you get 180 degrees every triangle every flat surface, no matter what beautiful results, basic geometry. That's right. Yeah. Now imagine that triangle sitting on the surface of a tennis ball. You can draw a triangle on the surface of a tennis ball that has three right angles on it. Because triangles behave differently on a curved surface. Yeah, it could You imagine that could be 90 degrees meaning that adds up to 270 degrees. Yeah, exactly. So let's take a break so everyone can go get a tennis ball and a Sharpie and try this at home and we'll be right back when you have your tennis ball. All right, assuming you're holding a tennis ball, and you've annoyed your partner or your spouse or your child by drawing triangles on it. You can see the triangles behaved differently. On a curved surface. It looks kind of bloated. Yeah, looks distorted. And so if you just make a triangle and add up the angles, you can see whether or not the space you're in is curved or flat. Is that in a good way to think about the curvature of space? It's kind of like a distortion of space. Yes, Yes, It's a distortion how the pieces of space are connected to each other. Which changes how you move through space changes like how you can get from one spot in space to another spot in space. Yeah, like I think I'm going straight, but I'm actually kind of being distorted one way or the other. Yeah, it changes what street means? Okay, So it's so then the curvature might give us some clues as to whether like we wrap around in ourselves or or whether, um We don't. I mean, that's all it can tell us, right? It's whether we're on this fear or we're not in a sphere. Well, there's one other option, which is that we're in a sort of a saddle spaces. Negatively curved. Imagine you have a sheet of paper that's formed. Sort of, like a bowl. Right the opposite of a sphere and you're in the middle of that bull. You could draw a triangle in that. And it would have angles of less than 180 degrees. Could really you measure the chunky distortion? Yeah. Yeah, not quite a bold because that's just the inside of a sphere, but something as a sort of saddle shape And so you draw a triangle. You make a measurement and that tells you and so we've done that. We've made those triangles and we've measured them to very high precision in three dimensional space. Like any answer the This sheet of the universe. Yes, exactly. We done in two different ways a test that I can think about My head. One is that we looked at a giant cosmic triangles in space. You know, we've looked at the cosmic microwave background radiation this leftover photons from the birth of the universe and drawn these triangles and measure the angles and And they come out to 180 degrees. It seems like space is flat basis flat. We're nearly flat. Yeah, and that's ah puzzle. It's really interesting. A lot of people wonder like, why is space flat? We've measured to be flat to within, You know, like 0.1%, and for a long time That was a mystery. But some people actually think that space could be curved. Like what would Why would why would that be weird? Yeah. And well, that leaves perfectly into the second. We We've measured the curvature of space, which is you might ask what causes space to curve, right? Why would you expect space to be curved or flat or negatively Curved. And the answer is that the thing that curve space is matter, right? You put stuff matter and energy into space, and it curves it. That's what General relativity tells us that Gravity is, in fact, the curvature of space, So we know the space gets curved like you put the sun in the center of the solar system. It curves space so that the Earth very naturally moves in a circle around it right as an impact of the curvature of space, Okay, nobody's turning the earth and he's like driving the earth around the sun. Right, but constantly turning. It's moving in what it considers to be a straight line. But space is curved. So it Z just moving constantly in orbit, Right? That's it. Gravity start like a force pulling the earth towards the sun. But gravity's more like Distorting the space around the sun so that the earth just can naturally goes around it. That's right. That's that's a great way to think about it, and so matter, distorts space and causes the curvature of space. And so you can ask, is there enough matter and energy in the universe to curve space or to make it negative, the courage or positively curved right? And if space is totally empty, if there's no matter at all, then it's negatively curved. You have to add energy and matter to make space zero have zero curvature. And so we've measured this. We've measured to energy and actually wants to be negatively curve. But if you add stuff to it, then it gets straighter. That's right. And based with no energy density in it at all would have negative curvature s so you add stuff to it. In fact, if you add, I think it's six hydrogen atoms worth of energy per square meter. In space has zero curvature between five and six. And so we've measured the amount of stuff that's in the universe. And it all adds up to be just about the right number to make space be not curved, which is seems like a weird coincidence, right seems like important clue. Why does all the stuff in the universe happened at up to the number? This just right to make space not be curved with that. Let's take a break. We'll be back in just a short in it..

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