22 Burst results for "Banu"

"banu" Discussed on Playin' & Slayin'

Playin' & Slayin'

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"banu" Discussed on Playin' & Slayin'

"Like i'm not locked in here with you. You're locked in you're with me. We're finally i get to be my character for ones that that like. I'm not an asshole. Because i there's something were players out there who make player who who make player characters that are like when my character would do the douchebag thing right now to the whole party. Why are you making the character. Who do the douchebag thing to the whole party you jerk. Why are you making that. Is that your character concept. Like i don't get those people who are like well mike astle. Who's steal from anybody. Like awesome character bro. Like why are you doing that. No but like i had a character whose whole care concept was like two in vampire the masquerade banu hakim core. Just like they are just as they are the night like it there. So fucking metal. Right now V five has done some great stuff for for they've done. They've had missed up but like all the clans that were just horrible racist. Stereotypes before have been like way more fleshed out given a lot more life like just a lot more interesting at bado. Hakim formerly acetate are like one of the ones. like benefited. the most and i carl jason. Carl whatever his name is like has gone on record. Talk about how much he wanted to like. Really like breathe some life into one of their main writers and I'm reading. I'm like oh crap. They're basically batman and like. I'm like what if batman but anime is genuinely like like sensiti. Marv mickey mickey workers. Marv right are via. Yeah and it's like marv. Were just like keys. Just kind of a terrible person put in a world that needs that type of terrible person and he knows he's a bad guy but he knows he's got to be the bad guy. 'cause there's way worse crap out there and i'm like and i'm like this is the character making. Here's the safety rails. I'm not gonna pk. I'm not gonna go against the party. Because like he's got some code of like whoever he thinks is in his charge is deserves the full like leniency. Mercy yada yada yada. So i gave him his own path which allowed him to be not adversarial to the party. But then like i was in this game and i'm like.

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"banu" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"banu" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Such intriguing possibilities. How has cyrus. Rex measured up against expectations. Well i'm a little biased. But i think that oh cyrus. Rex is awesome. And it's done an amazing job and all kidding aside the team that you know runs this mission. And i have the honor of leading the team but really. It's this group of people that do all these amazing adventures in space. They are absolutely phenomenal. And we have hit our marks on every performance aspect of this program that we were hoping to achieve. We were challenged by bennie. When we arrived we saw that the service was really frightening that it was covered with these giant boulders which looked really menacing and challenging get the spacecraft down to the surface and maintain. Its safety so we had on the fly to kinda redesign our guidance system to not only target much smaller areas on the asteroid surface for sample collection but also to make the space craft autonomous. So that it could recognize any potential hazards as it was descending down to collect that material and if it decided it was going to hit an area that was unsafe it could stop its descent and move away from the asteroid and as we said live to sample another whether other surprises along the way van. Who is a trickster. So it's always full of surprises as it's it's made our lives fun but challenging and that's why we're in the business we're explorers and we love to be surprised in good ways especially science ways so one of the biggest surprises after the initial shock of the rough surface was almost immediately after the spacecraft went into orbit around venue which happened on new year's eve of two thousand eighteen. We saw that bhanu. Surface was literally exploding. That is rock fragments. Were flying off the surface. These looked like eruption events in the first images that we captured of this phenomena. And as you can imagine we started to get a little worried. It's like wow. Are these hazardous to the spacecraft. You know you're immediately thinking. The surface looks rough. And we're worried about the safety of the spacecraft when we get down to it but now the the hazards might be coming at us like you might literally be throwing curveballs. So we did an immediate safety assessment and analyze the data in great detail and realized that these events. They're not all that energetic and this is a great example of how your intuition fails you in these microgravity environments. Right ben new has a surface acceleration. That's just a few millions of that on the earth you would barely even notice it. It's about comparable to what the astronauts on the space station experience so it doesn't take a lot of energy to eject these particles off the surface and so it went from being something that we were concerned about safety to being this phenomenal scientific opportunity. Ben who is erupting like this constantly. We've seen hundreds of these ejection events during our encounter with the asteroid. Some of them leave banu. And they become part of the interplanetary dust population some of them fall right back onto the surface but a significant fraction of actually went into orbit around banu and.

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Who Will Be Banned From Cruising When Restarts?

Essential Cruise Tips

08:09 min | 1 year ago

Who Will Be Banned From Cruising When Restarts?

"Unwittingly and very easily added to that crews ban list crews boundless that has got longer due to post pandemic cruising rules. I'm gary bambridge. And i'm going to share with you. The nine ways you can be banned from cruising. Let's start with three new bands that will apply basically because of all the post pandemic cruising rules not having a code. Vaccination will like it or not mean. You're likely to be banned from some. If not eventually all almost cruising although it still evolving your light banned from cruising without a vaccine in the following situations first of all you want to work as crew on the ship or even work as guest speaker entertainer or even talk guide. More lines are making this a condition of employment with royal carribean group norwegian cruise groups. One lennick victory and american steamboat. Already saying that this is going to be the case and other lines are actively discussing it. Secondly if you want to cruise lines that have made a requirement for passes so far that includes at the time of according crystal cruises saga cruises american steamboat and victory cruz. Who have an older passenger profile. No-doubt more cruise lines will follow. Thirdly if you're cruise 'cause on any country that requires a vaccination as a condition of entry. This in my view is inevitable and this is going to become much more widespread in cruising. We're seeing many countries in the european area like greece spain and cyprus there pushing for all of the eu to adopt the rule. They already put in place to allow people in without containing and putting no limits on exploring if you've had a vaccine linked to that irrespective of what happens on vaccines cova. Testing is a key part of the returned crews protocols and looks like it will be that for a while. You will be bad if you test positive before boarding of course but also importantly you will also be banned from cruising if you've been in close contact with anyone testing positive for fourteen days before the crews and that's according to various updated crews contracts that i've read and seen so far another new band has come into place through the return to cruise protocols where lies are building into the cruise terms conditions and contracts. The right that they can ban anyone who breaks any of the new guidelines and rules that are being put in place. You agree to these rules. When you book your cruise you ultimately agree to the cruise contracts so for example in the carribean cruise contract. It now says the following quote this any non-compliance by passenger or members of passengers traveling party with carriers coveting policies and procedures shall be grounds for refusal to board refusal to re board after going ashore. Quarantine onboard the vessel disembarkation reporting to cover mental or health authorities or steps deemed necessary so pretty strong ruling. So if you don't wear masks for example you're not honest in the health. Screenings you wander off the cruise line excursions. Your refused to go and do the onboard temperature checks or testing maintaining social distancing steam to the capacity limited venues staying current cavern of asked to do so. And all those kind of things you will be banned and without compensation so now. Let's look at the six other reasons beyond those new rules. We could find yourself subject to accrues ban. Now you can't be banned for simply the wrong age i will. There are a number of adult only cruise lines which banned travelers that are basically two young which is unusual but true so for example saga cruises requires their passengers to be over. Fifty years of age virgin voyagers required guests to be over eighteen and pino crews has some ships for example in their fleet that early open to of eighteenth and so on secondly lines actually banned people under eighteen or twenty one out of the us and canada travelling without an adult now. There are some exceptions to this. So for example. If you're a couple and your age sixteen eighteen or sixteen to twenty one in the case of the united states are married and could prove it when booking. You're allowed to travel or in fact if you're under eighteen or twenty-one and in the military you're able to travel without an adult is also with noting that most lines banned under eighteen hundred twenty once again in the us from sharing a cab with someone also under those ages and the way you get around. That is the adults. You have to be an adjoining cabin next door or right across the hall lines also banned people under eighteen again under twenty one from the. Us her not traveling with their parents or legal guardian without any sort of written permission and also have been banned from taking part in cruises in the us which are quite the cdc as part of their framework for return of cruising but again. That's kind of a bit of an exception now. Thirdly although it varies a little bit byline many band babies age six months or less for shorter cruises and the sheet increases to twelve months or longer for exotic cruises like transatlantic crossings sending any crews. That has three or more consecutive days. Bands kids twelve months or younger in a really obvious one and not surprisingly if you create trouble act in a dangerous way. Break the law or threaten or abuse a crew. You will also be banned by the line and for life. So for example there have been passes. Who'd been trying to create crazy social media viral shots by doing stupid things like climbing of railings. Climb between cabins. They've been banned for life or carribean australian group. Mass brawl on carnival. They were disembarked and they banned for life passes have even been bad after being caught mugging drugs on the ships and other kinds of tax so basically being bad being causing trouble you will be banned one thing. I haven't been able to find out though is if the lion's share that information and if you're then banned by everyone will just that line. Pregnant women are also on the banned list. Anyone who enters a twenty four weeks of pregnancy during the cruise is also bad and this is because the medical team to have no expertise in pregnancy and childbirth however. The band does not always apply for river cruising. So if you are getting later your pregnancy or we'll be late in your pregnancy and your decrease that could be an option. This of course is because river. Cruise ships are always close to medical care and hospitals. The lines also hold the rights and their contracts to deny boarding and banu if you try and bring a pretty wide range of items on board so that includes recreation drugs guns stun devices knives explosive devices swords or the ultimate could be used as a weapon fireworks drones hover boards balloons and it goes on and on but in practice other than for illegal items like recreational drugs. The lies are more like confiscate them. And hold them until the end of the cruise. But beware backpacking choices particularly recreational drugs. Could have you banned. The cruise lines have pretty few bands or exclusions for medical conditions and they are able to accommodate most with notice although they do say in the contracts. And i'm going to quote this. You must ensure that you are medically and physically fit for travel and that such traveling will not endanger yourself or anyone else so you do need to check before boarding as they may required to do things like higher cookman cabin if you need any own let you travel with all bring a carrot assist you and some also restrict or limit support dogs other than guides visually impaired guests. So it's a bit of a mindful that you need to check around the cruise contracts. Say things again. On a quote this guess affected by a disability or medical condition must be self sufficient or travel with someone you can provide all the necessary assistance. So if you can't do that you will be banned

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"banu" Discussed on The Leviathan Chronicles

The Leviathan Chronicles

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"banu" Discussed on The Leviathan Chronicles

"If i am understanding correctly you wish for me to admit the crimes. I told you i committed all those years ago. Were true. And if i told you that no pyeho was spared that he loved you to the end and i did not slaughter the innocent scoured off. That would make you more angry with me. Of course it makes no sense when you put it that way. Yes if piper was not put to death your claim in short we would be apart forever. Which is almost crueler. The scared off were not slaughtered in. Maybe some of them could have survived through these many centuries generations upon generations. He could be behind the plate that now threatens to spread to europe eventually it gives me no pleasure to say this but yes title was put on trial and then put to death and yes from account sent to me. He did renounce you at the end. Although i will allow it was probably because they tortured the confession out of him and yes scott off definitely slaughtered when when what when were they slaughtered trail. It was either before you massacre the village. When i had an army or after when i was the only one alive. Which would you guess eventually looked at him coldly hating for his logic but finding little wrong with it he signed and stood his large frame relaxed and unthreatening. I pledged myself to your side centuries ago and have i ever let you down. Why do you doubt me now. Did something happened did that note leave harlequin out of it angus to while you're at this like i know it's the one that afflicted the scott five centuries ago but that's impossible if you say they were exterminated i understand but i do not appreciate your lack of trust in me. I realized that. I took everything you told me. During that time. Every horrible thing at your word and that you could have been lined to hurt me. It was a possibility but if it was my goal to hurt you could have come up with much. Worse things such as peter being alive and well and married to a good christian woman in london while i was to execute you. I will grant that you know me too. Well ben. i'm sorry. I doubt adjudication. But it still doesn't account for the fact that my contacts tell me that the saffron infusion i used to treat this disease centuries ago also cures the disease that has now sweeping through the highlands. Your contacts could be lying to you or misinterpreting what they're seeing. There are so many others who could be untrustworthy here. And yet you left to accuse me your closest confidant is what we have built between us so fragile. Eventually evangeline felt shame chlorate. Her insides banou was right. She hadn't considered so many factors in this. She had merely pointed a finger at he who was closest to banou pulled back his hood and she saw in his ravaged face the shame regretting trail. He stepped forward arms open. And she let him hold her tentatively. I know our friendship started off in an unorthodox way with hatred and violence. But you've become very dear to me in the years. We have traveled the world together. I've told you all my sins from my mortal life. I am open to you with nothing to hide. I ask you for your trust. Nothing more you haven't my dear friend. She ended the embraced before banou could say more and she smiled at him and exited the room saying something about telling angus. It was time to sail north. The moment she left the room bitterness scrawled across news face again he would give up his very immortality for one night in her arms. He was imprisoned here and has circle receiving wealth immortality but not the love he so desperately needed and he had an uncomfortable feeling that she would be sharing that love with an unsuspecting priest very soon meanwhile the very same priest was drinking angus. Excellent scotch in the mess hall of the salty crow on an empty stomach and having trouble staying upright father. You may want to slow down. Didn't want me for another hour. Certainly you have something. In the meantime bread every pub has bread or soon. Actually a have something. I've been trying on my last trip to mark. I found a fisherman who caught a massive squid. No one would touch it. So i brought it back here and check out a few recipes on it. I'd like to try. Angus original scored shapes squid watt angus produced a wooden bowl with a flourish filled with dried. Bits of squid harlequin frowned wondering if one piece of squid would cause all the scotch to return with a vengeance much. I think if i can get some more spices they'll be a lot better their good love. Nick keep keep working. Thank you father. You've got quiet future with this burden. These squid chips ever thinking of opening up your own. Leave the see or don't see that happening under miss of angeline needs me. I'll be a captain. She does have a way of inspiring loyalty. Tell me does she bring many men aboard the show sides. No you're the first she's taking shanty. It seems which. I suppose being awkward for you being a priest and all indeed icons imagine a woman light that's agreeing to be concubine for priests some have them yes. There was a movement. Eight years ago to abolish concubinage failed. Still many of us myself. Included celebrate by choice pool life. Not one woman. Even in the convent harlequin flashed remembering one. Visit back to the convent where he offered to help a young nun with cleaning the stable new and session of her vows and he had been a young man with a young man's urges still he had been a proper priest resisting the subtler flotations until she had dragged him into an empty clean stolen shown him what all members of the clergy had given up. It also showed him. Why some priests still concubines. Once at the conference. I can't ignore my vows and don't worry about it. Evangeline is an honorable woman. I think i'm going to visit the water closet and then try to sleep of the scotch. Thank you for your air. Angus father harlequin retired to his cabinet and shed his robes and lay down on his bunk. His head swimming in his mind stormy. he does darth sleeping through dinner and leaving the edinburgh port and the entrance into the north. Seek the three day journey. He slept while into the night and only woke upon hearing the opening of his door. Buck who is it evangeline. You've known her for a day and yet you already call her name in your sleep. She is a powerful woman issue. Idaho knew what do you want. I wanted to see if you were resting comfortably. We must make sure our guest has everything he need and we must make sure. Our guest stays in his own bed for the voyage. I am a man of god. Banu so was i once intil eventually. As was her patrol one. I do not like your insinuations. If you have something to say say it. Evangeline doesn't need to be betrayed by a man of god again. Your teachings and hers are. It's a brief flare of traction would never last when you are reminded of your celibacy and the inferiority of women so this is all for evangeline. Well-being is it. Stay away from her. I'm here to remind you that you're here to do a job. That's all the new was very close to harlequins bed. He was suddenly quite aware of how large the man was and how he was lying down and had no room to maneuver should be attack. I need no reminders. Mr banu good accidents had see such dreadful things sleep. Well banou glided out of the room so silently that harlequin outstretched his hand to make sure that he had actually left how day of questioning my bow. He thinks i'm getting too close to evangelisches lovely. I've only just mattaya heartbeat strong. I just a woman is different. We have to find the source of the pain and wonder what her lips taste. I am a man of god. She.

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"banu" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"banu" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Three podcast as a collective, or you can just choose what you want to spend as you say, fit. For as little or as long as you like it's totally up to you, and as I've said, many times not mandatory but the benefits are good. You get an early edition and you get the bonus material which we put published recently. So if you haven't chased that up as a patron, a COUPLA more segments in there for you to listen to. Manfred. Let's move onto our next topic. That is the. Rex Mission which as we speak has hopefully touchdowns successfully on asteroid Banu. That's right. So you rights as you mentioned earlier that. By the time our listeners listening to this podcast this happened, but we're recording beforehand really exciting stuff so. Cyrus Rex. NASA. mission. Designed to explore the. The content of an asteroid, the soil content of an asteroid, an explorer it literally by bringing it back home to Earth. The spacecraft has been in orbit for the last two years. An asteroid called Banu, which is actually one in a rather like, oh, it's in an orbit that. Allows Astroid Ben to to approach the earth. In distances measured in hundreds of thousands of kilometers, rather than millions of kilometers. So it's a, it's a near Earth object the the the the two years of ob thing around Banu that Cyrus Rex has been doing as allowed the spacecraft to give a state out really detailed images of this strange world, which is curiously shaped is A..

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Do This If Your Facebook Ad Account Gets Banned or Suspended

Marketing School

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Do This If Your Facebook Ad Account Gets Banned or Suspended

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about what you need to do if your facebook ad account gets banned or suspended. So here's the funny thing. are at account but one we were primarily using for consulting school was suspended because they put us into the same category as the same bucket as the make money online people the Internet marketers that are selling scammy stuff. But I, don't even though we have creative ads, we don't really scam. So that's the funny thing and you don't sell make money. No no, ethnically. People. Yeah. You help people grow their business. You don't teach people how to make money from thin air. What did you do? Yeah. So I'm trying to think I'm going to give the practical answer and tell people what I did because I don't think is applicable to everyone. Will I start off with what you did and then give the practical because? You did. So we obviously, because I have single grain, which is an AD agency we have an address because we have an ad rep, we have an in there. So we managed let's call it seven footers plus ads Ben each month and Neil definitely does as well if not eight figures plus so the thing is because you are tied to your facebook ad manager, they have incentive to help you so if You are actively spending than I would just go straight to your ad manager, but the problem with that is it doesn't apply for every single person. So we're force enough to be able to do that, and they're actually moving us. They've actually created a new review process and we pass a first step were onto the second step now, and they've actually started to crack down a lot of accounts, which is why we Got Caught in the I guess glow damage, which is call it but that's the first part. So in terms of what I think people can do to protect against this is whenever you're starting to run accounts. Sam Evans actually has a video on youtube about this on how he has multiple facebook accounts. So if something happens to one, he's got another one ready to go and so when we got suspended we Had, make another account, and so we have another one running right now, which is actually performing better than the old one. So you want to diversify and make sure that you're covered because if your business completely relies on facebook against suspended like that, you are not only putting yourself on the line. You're putting people's jobs like people that work for you online as well. So you don't want to take on that risk. What's funny I usually is attacked hitting set on facebook. This happened to me years and years ago I think like six years ago I had issues have had any issues recently but yeah, the easiest thing to do and I know that most people don't like this is discredit new account new credit card new address you IP's logging with different Ip's and like when you do that you usually a good to go it's a little bit of a pain but it works yeah, I mean, you really have no choice. If you plan these platforms, they get to decide when the BANU or whatever. So you're kind of at their mercy. So know hopefully this is helpful

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"banu" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Year come to see DisneyWorld universal, and all of that is moving through this very congested area and up the highway is just outdated and in dire need of repair the challenges, of course doing all. All of that, while you still have in some sections, two hundred thousand vehicles a day, moving through boy, I knew that, that was a busy area. But what I did not consider, I guess is the way you described how tight the spaces with developments really close to the highway. So there's not a lot of ways you can reroute traffic or bring in the big acquitted. That's one of the biggest challenges of this, and it's something that, you know, other urban areas are experiencing, you know, the, the interstate highway system in some areas decades ago when it was first being built more. What was with an areas with with much more room to kind of move around in a lot of those areas have now grown up. And so now you have these dense cities that have emerged right along the highway and ended in the real jigsaw puzzle for the constructor that, that, that it's handling the project because you obviously have lots of workers, you need to move in lots of pieces of equipment, lots of supplies and materials, and the under the contract of the, the, the builder is required to keep the same number of lanes open during the day as there were before the project started. So what they've had to do is a number of things they, you know, they've made the lanes a little tighter. They took a foot off of each lane. So the cars are crammed a little closer and they're just constantly having to shift traffic to the left onto the median to the right onto the shoulder create temporary ramps create, you know, temporary through as just a constant kind of moving things around so that they can create enough space to be able to work on say, one particular lane. And then when they get done with that shit things over and then work on another piece of it, and that's just as continuous orchestration. Campo Flora's Wall Street Journal reporter. He's written a piece about this massive reconstruction project in central Florida. Interstate for is it limestone to that causes sort of these unpredictable sinkholes at times while these cruiser driving whatever into the ground? Challenge that the that the project has had, and it's actually one of the reasons why they've, they've had delays on it. So the, the topography of this area is complicated for fringe nears. Because it, it is Florida, it has this porous limestone underneath, and its topography that's prone to having cold. And so you need to be very careful in terms of how you go about drilling or Banu pilings into the ground that support, you know, the bridges and the overpasses and all of the, the structure of the of the interstate. And so they had one incident in this one congested area near downtown. Where there is an electrical substation. And because of that substation, which is sensitive to vibration, they had to do a different type of, of support for the bridge, and that's support ended up failing repeatedly. And so it's at the project back if you're quite a lot of kind of, you know, re re revamping of plans to, to get around that obstacle, and it's just one more example of, you know, the challenges that you have in building an area, building in an area like this, this morning's Gordon Deal with Aryan compo Flora's of the Wall Street Journal. It's twenty minutes before the hour coming.

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"banu" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"No. I always rain. You hives and everybody. No, I asked would rematch after death flight Fano happen. Because e said, no. So do you feel like and also to be clear? You have not signed a new contract. Correct. This will be your last fight. Yes. And FOX was now really for fight for next fight, and Canada, with Lisa, you're going to be my last fight my contracts and denial. My manager's villa deal with with C because then refuse. My fly into my coaches fly from South Africa, you can that no end then swan is done light and depressed count and say, she's she's scared about fly them on the new and my manage to you didn't wanna pay like three thousand dollars the fly. And then now say ball, the won the rematch coming on son. If Assad vide posed it's Cam on. Is that so you have coaches from South African you're saying doesn't want to pay for them to come to, to, to Edmonton from South Africa to corner us that what you're saying? Yes. Well, what are you gonna do reality? I'm gonna Fe my old fly into my team fly. You know it's my goal just fly. Of course. So with this in mind, what you just said earlier, about the newness FAI do feel like this will be your last fight. You feel like the relationship is going to come to an end, regardless of what happens on the twenty seventh of July. And, you know, I hit a Lauda from see people work with see this crazy Banu you know, in Brazil people don't don't, don't always, you know, value in Brazil innovative for I want to feel like this LSU after my next fights, I have I have to wait little while. Euro be and I want I won't see on other promoters. I don't see how much have. No, I think school use seat that in no before before you can eat anything say, you don't value anything. Let's see to do another promote say that's for me. And because these I wanna do my next fight, and they had take little while and the see another things you want to test the market. Yes. Why not why not right? Why not if somebody if somebody at the house? Now, wives interview, ended, maybe put my shoes and, and now ending thinking you know why not why not take it's, it's a why not put in scummy, and they have Dipa tendency my that another promoters, you know, may I don't know. Well, it's always good to know how much you're truly worth and what your value is. And that's the best way to know it. So I think it's a fine idea. But I'm wondering if that is your plan do feel pressure. Like you have to win this fight, right? Because if you win this fight your value goes up if you lose you have less leverage. So this is a this is a truly must win situation for you. Correct..

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"banu" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"No. I always rain. You hives and everybody. No, I asked would rematch after death flight Fano happen. Because e said, no. So do you feel like and also to be clear? You have not signed a new contract. Correct. This will be your last fight. Yes. And FOX was now really for fight for next fight, and Canada, with Lisa, you're going to be my last fight my contracts and denial. My manager's villa deal with with C because then refuse. My fly into my coaches fly from South Africa, you can that no end then swan is done light and depressed count and say, she's she's scared about fly them on the new and my manage to you didn't wanna pay like three thousand dollars the fly. And then now say ball, the won the rematch coming on son. If Assad vide posed it's Cam on. Is that so you have coaches from South African you're saying doesn't want to pay for them to come to, to, to Edmonton from South Africa to corner us that what you're saying? Yes. Well, what are you gonna do reality? I'm gonna Fe my old fly into my team fly. You know it's my goal just fly. Of course. So with this in mind, what you just said earlier, about the newness FAI do feel like this will be your last fight. You feel like the relationship is going to come to an end, regardless of what happens on the twenty seventh of July. And, you know, I hit a Lauda from see people work with see this crazy Banu you know, in Brazil people don't don't, don't always, you know, value in Brazil innovative for I want to feel like this LSU after my next fights, I have I have to wait little while. Euro be and I want I won't see on other promoters. I don't see how much have. No, I think school use seat that in no before before you can eat anything say, you don't value anything. Let's see to do another promote say that's for me. And because these I wanna do my next fight, and they had take little while and the see another things you want to test the market. Yes. Why not why not right? Why not if somebody if somebody at the house? Now, wives interview, ended, maybe put my shoes and, and now ending thinking you know why not why not take it's, it's a why not put in scummy, and they have Dipa tendency my that another promoters, you know, may I don't know. Well, it's always good to know how much you're truly worth and what your value is. And that's the best way to know it. So I think it's a fine idea. But I'm wondering if that is your plan do feel pressure. Like you have to win this fight, right? Because if you win this fight your value goes up if you lose you have less leverage. So this is a this is a truly must win situation for you. Correct..

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"banu" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Great holiday weekend. Any big plans there. Michael real, I am going up to pound ridge to spend the weekend at a friend of mine, his house. He's having a house party all we can live. Yup. It's going to be a freeloading again for the weekend. Yes. Absolutely Joe Barlett lying off. Is that for you? Maybe a little golf little barbecue. Kind of take it easy. I guess, Natalie's going to the shore doesn't show is go to the shore this time of year any time of the year. I'll go to the shore, but on a weekend like this. Heck, yeah, what is what is our friend Anthony, the associate producer. What does he do on a weekend like this video games is all black, and white when what do you do Anthony? I'm working all day today. Yes, thanks to our sister stations even honored. Okay. And then tomorrow going back to start out on Sunday. I'm going on a boat. Great a boat a boat, please. Come back one way trip somewhere kind of a boat. It's the Hornblower cruise. Oh, drinking on that DJ played some outfield, of course. Fifty. Michael sounds like he's already. Obviously, great wha-. What's Lou doing anything exciting over there, or as you're there? What are you doing low you up to this holiday weekend? Upstate at a friend's house party and go, what are you going to be up? I'm going to be in putting them county. Okay. I'm going to be with Clive Davis and pound ridge. Says your full of yourself. Thank you. Lou. Few moments going to be joined by one of my all time faves, in fact, one of the on count. On one hand, one of the all time, great New York sports heroes. Joe name is going out with a new book called all the way my life and fourth quarters. I mean, his rollicking bachelor days and his little controversy for years back football game when he kissed the Suzy kolber, because he was he had been drinking neabry. Well forced him to reevaluate his life, but we'll talk to Joe and just a few. I remember Joe Nemeth because I wasn't watching sports kid, but he was in every ad that you saw back famous. He was like shaving adds a member shaving cream the hose and. Did he was the pantyhose? Add wasn't he was there. Panting broadway. Joe, I think. Three stories this morning. The mother's flying between the president Nancy Pelosi. Joe calls of the battle of wits cycle to battle nitwits of there having insults videos. Also in the big three, they got them. Police say they have arrested the guy pulling the emergency brakes on subways, and rounding out the big three, there is a deal for Harvey Weinstein to pay his sexual abuse victims and set a lawsuits to the tune of forty four million dollars, not affect the criminal case, and now without fanfare, one of the all time greats known him over the years. Welcome to the program, Joe William. If joe. I'm doing a little Michael Riedel here, Joe. Before we get to the point, we were just Benchley a second ago you into that famous pantyhose commercial didn't you? Did. So what was the pin on that you'll ran pantyhose commercial? And when it happened in, hey, bad, the bed aptitude into your wall. She and I read over to rafters and I looked at it, and I. A sunny Banu hysterical kind of saying the way together starting with the and batting slowly, and then leading who it is the thing that, that. As a secretary at the time when she had a bad, she's while I don't know she said, but.

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"banu" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on KTRH

"To get to the car track the car and have otherwise I'll have kept company deploy that technology, which kinda surprised me because I'm the obvious response to the competitive challenge. But the, but despite that he bandies really put them long term is probably convenient. If I don't see the cost Delta's being that significant given the cost basis that focus ation have Iraq, very similar. We're speaking with tech analyst, rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group. We're talking about prices potentially rising for Uber. And lift once they've gone public for some time. There was an interesting statement from Uber which said not only are they not making money. But it said we not may not be able to achieve or maintain profitability. Why would anybody invest well? If that's been a problem with a lot of these properties is that why why would you invest I mean, even? Tesla. They were so far under the last quarter. Now, they're going to be going out asking for money and they've been under investigation by the SEC doing what? It sounds like an incredibly best. Why why would you why would you take this path on the other hand we thought that black people while a market for all of down plummet, but the Banu darling people invest in companies that they know so that so they've done surprisingly. Well, given the fact that there is really no proof the model that they've that. They've put forward is sustainable, given the given the cost of currently incurring. Now, personally, I think I think that the model should be sustainable. I think they can work through. I think Twitter which had no chance of being profitable to be profitable than there have been. There are other opportunities here. But but it eighty it does look at least at this time like incredibly risky. So do you think that's a Uber, and lift will be here and say five ten years, or is there a different model that will come along and sync them? Companies this far ahead of the code. They're betting on survive pass the curve, you might get one doing it. But but the odds go down rather dramatically. I think we'll probably go through consolidation, especially when the car company to enter this market. It would make more sense for run-up to combine compete against the well-funded car companies then to each fight themselves by each other and the car companies as well, and certainly is a reasonable Kansas cities may business we need to get into at least for their police fleet automobiles and then spread that outside and forget, natural Amazon, probably the one I'd be most worried about with the Amazon entering the pigment. Already coming in on that on the truck and delivery side and looking at Gresley at at at a ton of trucks, and that would be a huge gap for them. Down to smaller delivery vehicles. And then all the way into automobiles as a service if that's what they seem to like to do. Thanks. Rob tech analyst, rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group. The Wall Street Journal, by the way says Uber is on track to price its initial public offering at the midpoint of its target or below its shares which are set to price today. Ahead of tomorrow's trading debut has said a range of forty four to fifty dollars a share twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's.

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"banu" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Thinly sliced in this instance, the Democrats decided to give MSNBC the first presidential debate. And they were about to announce what date the debate would be nice news. Doug it. What's the state of the very first and middle late June? And happened was reported Huffington Post that the story they got the scoop. And so they were about to go with it. They call the DNC just to make sure that they didn't miss anything that the NC dutifully turned around MSNBC guys your partner for this debate. You're about to lose your scoop in post got MSNBC should have done was moved up there announced. And then moved it up there for they have preserved their hosting, right? As the host of a debate to make the news. I instead what they did was they raided a reporter from the health posts to basically say you can't do that to the DNC. See? And this is where journalism goes off the rails. When one organization plays that type of role now as somebody who's in a White House who's been targeted by the media relentlessly for doing. So it's easy for me to say it's on fixable. They're never going to change. But I did not expect you to say the same thing. Why do you think? Come to that conclusion and answer that there is an exception to what I just said that's shows at night. Awesome. Sean, Laura, they know that they're for President Trump anybody who watches MSNBC at night was there supporting whoever against Trump difference. Here was the news division NBC. And that's the no no the reason I come to this conclusion it's seen it all breakdown. The press always been biased. They have always been biased. Liberals, liberals, go into the media, far more than conservative mindset. The dance definition. What is news is driven by liberal thinking? It's always been that way. But the difference is one stocks came out, and they broke through and they gave people another place to go for news that was actually much more neutral. Left CNBC N MSNBC to make an appeal to a much more liberal audience because they lost their independent more Republican audience to FOX, and so they become far far more liberal, and so has been mainstream media the times, the Washington Post all those other papers USA today. And that's where I just don't see them ever coming back toward try today. An independent neutral center from business point of view, they've given up that market. They can get it back if they don't try. But this is this is the key issue. You said the business point of view perspective. Surely if you look at what's happened in since the Mola report was. Closed in the summary was released you see this drastic drop in in viewing figures foot for the hardcore left week at some point doesn't, you know, the CFO say or the shareholders say. Hemorrhaging money count me be a little bit more neutral. Do you not think that the sooner or later market forces may create some correction? No. Because I think there's already been a sorting process where it's basically mostly liberals who watch MSNBC CNN, mostly conservatives who watch FOX. And so that's sort tells the editors here's the story that appeals to our viewers the most. And so when there's bad news affecting Democrats. They don't wanna watch it. They don't watch TV that night Banu's affecting Republicans. They don't wanna watch TV that night. That's the pattern that we're that would presuppose there's a massive potential market out there for journalism as you'll ride journalism was never on biased. But you remember well as I do in the nineteen nineties CNN was actually reporting the news for the most part, right? Exactly. Right. I do think there is a market for somebody just has the respect of their viewers and readers to just lay out. Here's what to place Washington today. And in those stories, they never say it's a victory for defeat for in those stories. He's never used the west could might should they leave it to the viewers and readers have the judgment to do that. Nobody wants to do that anymore. Reports wanna be analysts. They wanna be pundits. And it's so hard for them just to lay out a neutral story. They feel that your stenographer. If that's what you do and they get a little insulted when you suggest that's what they do. And it's led them stray. It's lead them into analysis. And when you provide analysis, you're betraying who you are. And that the trail is overwhelming liberal another way to put it Sebastian is three network news shows ABC NBC CBS monopoly. Fifty million Americans the largest bulk viewers got their news from those three shows technology came along cable came along and he starting hemorrhage viewers why 'cause they were biased liberal and wanted to go somewhere else. That's what would worry me. I owned a station if I were in charge of our CFO we had these customers. Why did they leave us? They left us because it didn't like your product came along that was. More appealing. They do say that Hungarians of very pessimistic and my fellow Hungarian American Ari Fleischer. Yes, we can talk to each other. If you want to I think he just proved it because I didn't want reaffirmation the media's loss, but you heard it from him. Follow him on Twitter at Ari Fleischer. A R I F L E S C H E. Thank you are back to your.

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"banu" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:53 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on KGO 810

"Means Genesis in Hebrew in the beginning is a Israeli privately funded Luna land. This isn't government has nothing to do with this. So it's it's not only from Israel, which is new entry. But it's also the first in private funded. Planetary mission totally private funds. Tired of the privately built? And it was launched a few. What do you call it off SpaceX mission launch as a secondary payload? And it's not a big it's like a small set. It's not a big thing. It's like a that. But it is a land. And it's going to land on the moon on April eleventh, and when it was put into orbit it was put into orbit around the earth and rather than go directly. It's been very slowly raising its orbit its high point in its orbit making it larger and larger and larger until it'll eventually reach a point on April fourth with that high point in the earth orbit will cross into the lunar sphere of influence. It's where the other words the gratitude for field of the moment will be more dominant than the earth at that point. It will slip it'll shift from earth orbit into a little bit. And that's on April fourth and then shift back down lower Talbot. And then eventually land on the eleventh. Well, it is fired its last engine burn to accomplish this and the orbit if in now, it's a very large it. So it takes a long time, but this orbit now will raise it up when it gets to its high point now this all but on April fourth get into moon's here, and it'll start moving down to the mall. Great deal. The good deals. This is it's planetary exploration. Time right now with. All the yes. And we're off to the Japanese space agency's higher Busa to which is in the neighborhood of Ryoko. Whatever what does it? What what is it status? Bob, well deal here is that the first week of April hibakusha to is going to fire a projectile into wri-. You goo to create a crater the goal with this is that they get to see the interior a little bit into the interior of the asteroid. And now so to do that they have they they they're to they wanna take. So they got their plan. So what they're gonna do this week right now actually the beginning to do. It is a they're gonna approach close to the asteroid and spend a period of time very close right above that spot to get take really good pictures to get a baseline before picture, and this is also rehearsal for the approach for firing a projectile and. So they're doing that right now. And then in the first week in April they're going to come in close five of the projectile link quickly run away. So that under the debris from the explosion. It's the spacecraft and then they'll come back, and they'll look at the debris and that the crater hole. So that's the plan right now. And so stay tuned the approach club the close approach happening. Right. This minute at the end of this week. They they usually beam real-time images down as they happen. So if you wanna go look as a go to my website behind the black and then click on the link, and you'll be able to go look rubble pile confirmed confirmed from confirm actually, I should go to this is an ugly looking rubble pile. There's some there's some attractive ones. But this looks like a mess. Well, this is right. This is the thing they're gonna fire a high explosive projectile into it, essentially is a pile of rocks. Everything about it. This is this is there's a conference going on the fiftieth annual lunar and planetary science conference in tech. Right. This week. Posting wasa stuff. We'll talk about all of this stuff right now. But they they in their presentation the right to signs team, the elite presentation, they confirmed that without question why you is a rebel pilot has is very porous at its highest Perot city of any object. They've found it has a very low density, and those combined with the fact that every inch of its surface is covered with Babbel's in rocks. There's no dirt. There's no nothing else. But devils says this is a rubble pile. And there's a lot of interesting day. There's a theory the series been that all solar system bodies with a diameter of about a kilometer about a kilometer should be rubble piles. Well, this is an and the theory is that they are formed from the re accumulation of the pieces generated by the some kind of impact event of much law. Body a hundred kilometers size body kits ripped apart. And then the debris from that comes back together to form these rubble pile asteroids, and where you go is one of them. So anyway, one of the things I found is that the surfaces craters, but those craters being resurfaced pretty regularly, and they think that's because of this bomb shape shape structure. It gets shaken a lot. And so the surface gets resurfaced and try to latch, and you've got a ball of marbles, and you shake it. It doesn't hold together. Very stay. That's very structurally strong. And so it changes shape pretty consistently. It's one of the reasons it has a diamond of shape on it. You know, rotating on its point because the the rotation itself gathers material towards the equator, and that's why there's a diamond shape, Bob. I wanna mention banner where Cyrus Rex's is in the neighborhood because I have a happy conversation with Bill Harwood CBS space, and he conveyed that the principal. Investigators the team on Banu are thrilled by what they've discovered so far it's early. They've. A year before they take a sample so far because it's unpredicted they did not expect to see these particles being ejected from the surface in some fashion. They did not expect to find the evidence of water is so prominent, and maybe that's to do with the with the objections in any event who is a special asteroid to the PI. So I just mentioned that because all of science Ken, look like, yeah, we've been here before this is another example and banner was not the same to you and Banu that both these spacecraft arrived troops the same time and they're looking at somewhat similar rubble piles. But as as you point out, there's always a surprise and that was make science so cool. All right. Let's go to the far side of the moon. You U2. is moving where. Well, it's moving west. What we, you know, this is during February during the second lunar day that it's been there it only operates during the move. Moves during the the evening and morning air, periods of the lunar day. And so in February it moves it moved Westwood. And we know this mostly from lunar reconnaissance orbiter picture that I posted today they posted this on our website. And it shows it's more emotion. And what it appears that the Chinese are doing is that they moving YouTube along, the safest flattest smoothest pass away from Chanqi to at least that's initially their plan. And that makes some sense. It makes a great deal of sense. I mean, you wanna have it work for a period of time on the surface to get as much data you'd start to take more risks as time passed. So that's what's happening. It's moving if now in its sleep mode in the lunar night, we'll go through this again, if it's the next morning and do some more motions along the same way. Meanwhile, at this ludicrous conference Luda conference, the Chinese in reporting on you to in Shanghai. He to also had a post a paper, which they outline the future plans for lunar exploration. And they're planning three to four missions before twenty thirty five they say and the goal is a quote a comprehensive exploration in the south pole of the moon, and they're going to have a land that will. The south pole Bob, Vermont, where the water might be very they're very clear about this. They want to get into those permanently shattered areas to look at to actually touch the theorized water. That's there to prove. It's really there because we don't really hundred percent. No. We only here is it's they're based on data, but they're going to explore the south pole from shallow to deep levels. They say looking for the water ice. They're going to send a land that a sample return mission. And then they they're gonna look at utilization of lunar resources. That's includes the water, maybe the helium three which is thought of Palestine. And they're focused on land putting their footprints on the moon. That's what this makes it very clear. They're not fiddling around with an all. But a Luna station as we are with ice. Nassar's gateway project will explain the service will be stuck in orbit. Maybe we can get going. Bob, we go from the moon to Mars and two pictures of Mars on behind the black. What are we looking at these both reports different presentations at that Luna planetary conference one. There was a whole bunch of presentations on two different features on the surface of Mars that change one is called slope streaks and the other is called recurring slope. They come up with these names either way what they are is dark streets that go down slopes, the two straight. These two features are a little different from each other the slump streets, a long lived, the Lanao is a seasonal they. Change. They changed easily. They dock during the year, they get brighter different times of the year. Lots of the reports I could go into all of them the one that was most interesting is that after the dust storm last year, they've the laws were kind of it has photographed a lot more. Lynn, I there's like appearing all over the place they weren't before. And that suggests that dust is a major feature at what's forming. These it's theorized that might have to do with a atmospheric water vapor might have to do with Brian coming out of the underground surface of could be just simply these are dust avalanches. And this theory suggests that that they appeared after the dust storms strengthens the idea that water and liquid has nothing to do with it. Right. It looks like it looks like win created, but will it possible and the other story snow on Mars? This is another one. That's there. There was a report of the conference where looking at some of these gullies coming down from the snow. Slopes on craters. These also change over time. What causes these gullies? He's don't have the streaks on but one particular color. They focused on has white on it and the series that maybe with these these are formed is that this snow and ice under the surface that's protected by dust, and if it gets exposed then melts, and that's what causes the over the avalanche and producing the gully well snow ice everywhere under the surface pick up by dust. That's kind of cool born the only other thing that I can call Bob showing that kind of white reflection is the deposits we found on the as a series series. Yeah. They it would be a different the chemistry. Here is very very different. And I will say there's one component between the two that might very well be the same which is water because the white stuff on Sirius had is a was felt to be a salty brine, which has war..

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"banu" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:14 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"This is the John Batchelor show from the surface of the planet earth. We're headed to the surface of the planet. With a new entry into the world of litter explanation exploration. Bob Zimmerman keeps the website behind the black. Bob, a very good evening to you. What is best shape reminds berry sheep, which means Genesis in Hebrew in the beginning is a Israeli privately funded Luna land, this isn't government has nothing to do with this. So it's it's not only from Israel, which is new entry. But it's also a pri- the first in private funded. Planetary mission totally private funds title. They built privately built. And it was launched a few. What do you call it off SpaceX mission launch as a secondary payload? And it's not a big it's like a small set. It's not a big thing. It's like that. But it is a land. And it's going to land on the moon on April eleventh, and when it was put into orbit it was put into orbit around the earth and rather than go directly to the moment. It's been. Been very slowly raising its orbit its high point in its orbit making it larger and larger and larger until it'll eventually reach a point on April fourth with that high point in the earth orbit will cross into the lunacy fear of influence. It's where the other words gratitude for feel the move will be more dominant than the gravitational earth at that point. It will slip ill shift from earth orbit into a little bit. And that's on April fourth then it'll shift back down lower Talbot. And then eventually land on the eleventh. Well, his fired its last engine burn to accomplish this and the orbit is in. Now, it's a very large orbits. So it takes a long time, but this orbit now will raise it up when it gets to its high point. Now this all but unable to get into the moon's here, and it'll start moving down to the mall. Great deal. Good on this is planetary exploration time right now with all the convert. Yes. And we're off to the Japanese space agency's high Obosa to which is in the neighborhood of yoga, whatever what is it? What what is it status? Bob, well deal here is that in the first week of April hibakusha to is going to fire a projectile into right? You to create a crater the goal with this is that they get to see the interior a little bit into the interior of the asteroid. And now, so they do that they have to they they they they wanna take. So they that's their plan. So what they're gonna do this week right now, actually the beginning to do is a they're going to approach close to the asteroid and spend a period of time very close right above that spot to get take really good pictures to get a baseline before picture. And this is also a rehearsal for the approach for firing the projectile. And so that doing that right now. And then in the first week in April, they're going to come in close five projectile linked quickly run away. So that none of the brief from the explosion it's spacecraft, and then they'll come back, and they'll look at the Brie and that the crater hole, so that's the plan right now. And so stay tuned the approach club the closer portraits happening, right? This minute at the end of this week. They they usually beam real-time images down as they happen. So. If you wanna go look as if you go to my website behind the black and then click on the link, and you'll be able to go look rubble pile confirmed confirmed from confirm actually, I should have gone right into this is an ugly looking Revo pile. There's some there's some attractive ones. But this looks like a mess. Well, this is this thing they're gonna fire explosive projectile into it, essentially is a pile of rocks. Everything about it. This is this is a conference going on the fiftieth annual lunar and planetary science conference in Texas. Right. This week. I'm posting wasa stuff. We'll talk about all this stuff right now. But they they in their presentation, the two science team, the lead presentation, they confirmed that without question why you is a rebel pilot has is very porous it. It's the highest Perot city of any object. They've found it has a very low density, and those combined with the fact that every inch. Each of its surface is covered with Babbel's in rocks. There's no dirt. There's no nothing else. But. Rock says, this is a rubble pile. And there's a lot of interesting day. There is a theory th the series been that all solar system bodies with a diameter of about a kilometer about a climate should be rubble piles. Well, this is an and the theory is that they are formed from the reaccumulation of the pieces generated by a some kind of impact event of a much larger body one hundred kilometers size body kits ripped apart and the debris from that comes back together to form these radical pile asteroids, and where you go is one of them. So anyway, one of the things they found that the surfaces craters, but those craters being resurfaced pretty regularly, and they think that's because of this bomb shape shape structure. It gets shaking a lot. And so the surface gets resurfaced and try to latch. And you've got a ball of Mobile's. And you shake it. It doesn't hold together. Very state. It's not necessarily structurally strong. And so it changes shape pretty consistently. It's one of the reasons that has a diamond kind of shape on its rotating point because the rotation itself gathers material towards the equator, and that's why there's a diamond shape. Bob, I want to mention banner where Rex's in the neighborhood because I am happy conversation with Bill Harwood of CBS space news, and he conveyed that the principal. Investigators the team on Banu are thrilled by what they've discovered so far it's early. They've got a year before they take a sample so far because it's unpredicted they did not expect to see these particles being ejected from the surface in some fashion. They did not expect to find the evidence of water. I so prominent and maybe that's to do with the with the objections in any event who is a special asteroid. To the PI. So I just mentioned that because all of science can look like, yeah. We've been here before this is another example and banner was not the same. Hi, sue to go where you and Banu that both these spacecraft arrived pretty much the same time and they're looking at somewhat similar rubble piles. But as as you point out, there's always a surprise, and that was mixed science. So cool. All right. Let's go to the far side of the moon YouTube is moving where well, it's moving west. What we you know, they this is during February during the second lunar day that it's been there it only operates during the moves during the the evening and morning air periods of the lunar day. And so in February it moved. It moves Westwood. And we know this mostly from lunar reconnaissance orbiter picture that I posted today they posted this website. And it shows it's moving motion. And what it appears that the Chinese are doing it is that they moving U2. along the safest flattest smoothest pass away from. Chanqi to at least that's initially their plan. And that makes some sense. It makes a great deal of sense. I mean, you wanna have it work for a period of time on the surface to get as much data you'd start to take more risks as time passed. So that's what's happening. It's moving if now and it's sleep mode in the lunar night. We'll go through this again, if it's the next morning and do some more motions along the same way. Meanwhile, this Luda conference the plantar conference the Chinese in reporting on you to Changli to also had a post the paper, which outlined that future plans for lunar exploration, and they're planning three to four missions before twenty thirty five day say and the goal is a quote a comprehensive exploration in the south pole of the moon, and they're going to have a land that will rely south pole. Bob verma. That's where the water might be very they're very clear about this. They want to get into those permanently shattered areas to look at to actually touch the. The theorized water. That's that approved. It's really there because we don't really hundred percent. No. We only theorize it's based on data, but they're going to explore the south pole from shallow to deep levels. They say looking for the water ice they're going to send a land of the sample return mission. And then they they're gonna look at utilization of lunar resources. That's the water maybe the helium three which is a palace sauce and they're focused on putting their footprints on the moon. That's what this makes it very clear. They're not fiddling around with an a lunar station as we all with asks nationals gateway project. I mean, we'll while while they're exploring the service will be stuck in orbit. Maybe we can get going. Bob, we go from the moon to Mars and two pictures of Mars behind the black. What are we looking at? These are both reports different presentations at that Luna planetary conference one. There was a whole bunch of presentations on. Two different features on the service of of Mars that change one is called slope streaks and the other is called recurring slope. They come up with these names either way what they are is dark streets that go down slopes, the two straight. These two features a little different from each other the slope streaks a long lived, the is a seasonal they change. They change seasonally. They get doctor in the year prior to. Different times of the year that lots of the reports I could go into all of them the one that was most interesting is that after the dust storm last year they've done the all, but it has photographed a lot more, Linda, I there's like they're appearing all over the place they weren't before. And that suggests that dust is a major feature what's forming. These it's fear is it might have to do with atmospheric water, vapor. It might have to do with Brian coming out of the underground surface could be just simply visa dust avalanches. And this theory suggests that they appeared after the dust storms strengthens the idea that water and liquid has nothing to do with it. Right. It looks like it looks like win created that will possible and the other story snow on Mars. This is another one. That's there. There was a report of the conference where looking at some of these gullies coming down from the slopes on craters. These also change over time. What causes these gullies? Streaks on them. But one particular color, they focused on has white on it, and the theory is that maybe with these these these are formed is that there's snow and ice under the surface that's protected by dust, and if it gets exposed that melts, and that's what causes the of the avalanche and producing the Cali well, snow and ice everywhere under the surface by dust. That's kind of cool that kind of the only other thing that I can call Bob showing that kind of white reflection is the deposits we found on the as a series series. Yeah. They it would be a different the chemistry. Here is very very different. And I will say there's one component between the two that might very well be the same which is water because the white stuff on Sirius had is a is felt to be a salty brine, which has water and salt in it combinations thereof..

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"banu" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Bryce, Harper's free agency has dragged on for a lot longer than it should have. That's just a new reality of major league. Baseball teams aren't willing to break. The Bank on untenable long-term deals that don't provide a great return on investment for the past few weeks. It seemed as if the Phillies were the only team in the market for services. They haven't closed the deal yet, though, which is opened the door for the Los Angeles Dodgers to try to steal it just makes sense for the dodgers. They know Harper. What's the play on the west coast? They've been also close to a World Series title the last two years. The majority of their bats are on the cheap and the dodgers need to finally justify their payroll. The only hang up Harper wants to sign long term while the dodgers wanna shorter agreement. It's a pretty simple internal debate for Bryce max out the money or getting position for its. It's baseball. The money will always be there. I tried to the ring on Tiki barber. It's Joe beningo and Evan Roberts on the Banu you block upon the job I special because they were phenomenal blocking blocking extra point Roberts. Retargeting Cody online. Of course. Tell me you didn't know that. When the when the Pierre Louis was mania Lewis blocks wasn't picked up and running for a touchdown. You knew they want to get it up. It's not going to people. One penalty yesterday. Was a holding penalty. But you know, what? Three different guys helped on the black. I don't think I've ever seen. We different guys. Hold on the same damn play plots Joe beningo and Evan Roberts middays from ten AM to one PM on the fan. Sports radio. One zero one nine FM and sports radio.

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"banu" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"You know, it's again, you know, if they can hit that value proposition and fill those channels, so you can actually go to the store and buy one and not feel like, you know, you spent forty dollars more than you had to be good. Good point. Let's move onto space, shall we? The Japanese aerospace exploration agencies high Abhu to spacecraft successfully landed on the near earth. Asteroid Ragu writing it will be the second craft to collect samples from an asteroid and return them to earth after two thousand five Haya Busa. The the original the land in and collection were made more challenging as the surface was made of larger-than-expected gravel sounds like a lot of beaches. I've been to I opposed to to collect more samples before returning to earth. Nastase are racists Rex arrived at asteroid Banu in December. And that's scheduled to collect samples in twenty twenty. We're mining asteroids. Literally mining asteroids. It's not we're not mining a lot. We don't even know what we're getting until we, you know, four years later the Saleen axe. But yeah, Japan's done at twice now. The United States is about to do it this. This is how it starts. Right. And and the pictures are fascinating this kind of stuff always fascinates me. Because it does just look like gravel knock knock quite as uniform as you might see on a gravel driveway or something like that. But, but it is it is they are big chunks of rock. And you're like, that's that's the surface of an asteroid. That's what it looks like when I think I think a lot of folks think of asteroids is like they're rocketing towards earth to kill us. All right. Land a spacecraft on an asteroid if you do it. Right. That is kind of mind boggling, and I think what's so fascinating is the continued automate of space exploration back when the Apollo missions. They idea was you send up a man their land. And they can dig with a shovel and bring everything back. You can do these with robots. There's a you you basically drop the cost, but you also brought out the number of missions really hard to put a person on a moving asteroid, and then return them safely back to their very easy to do if the robot. No good point the flexibility is important in the mission execution to that. Because they found that this was not like a powdery regulus on the surface. They changed the maneuvers which could have been impossible with the extra weight of a person or because they didn't have the time to to bring them back alive. If they changed the maneuvering, you don't have that problem when you have a when you have a machine, or at least you. You have a little more flexibility phone up on last week story about the Gan created human faces at this person. Does not exist dot com. We now have this cat does not exist dot com. And if I've learned anything from looking at this cat does not exist dot com..

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"banu" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Four forty five remaining Tigers down nine also with the basketball Tigers were down by as many as twenty two in this game. Really asked me unhappy with tells day pets in the second half allowed a lot of uncontested shots, which I didn't do in the first half full court pressure tap, one gets it. And he gets it to Jeffrey's underneath the Scott Scott quickly ahead a Banu into the front court. Right back to spa Scott left ARCHE blows by Harris drives to the whole any. He just blew right by Harris. Eighty to seventy one. Here's Harrison the front court deep three over Jeffrey's rooming. No rebound, taking my Lomax. Look what I found out to be standard in the lane about right doing eighty to seventy three Tigers down nine again is tapping brings it into the front court with four fourteen to go crossover dribble tapping into the paint kicks left corner. For Scott, fakes like he's going to drive on Martin and brings it out left timeline. Martin hot pursuit thirteen on the clock. Four to go in the game. Tigers down nine Scott right side tap, one eight on the clock works on Lomax gets a pick from gives it back to Scott three on the clock. Don on the baseline Jeffries one on the clock puts it up. Now Harrison Bonnie battling for it. And a jump balls called in the aero to Memphis Tigers will get back down nine with three forty eight to go. We'll take a timeout. I our final media timeout three forty eight remaining still a game here in Tulsa. And this is tiger basketball from learfield. IMG college everybody wants to be in the stands in the playoffs. Tiger fans that thank south. We're already in. We're involved in.

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"banu" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"Bed until my kitchen's clean kind of thing. Chick was like. Their breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes in that kitchen. Good night. Banu? I started. Oh, gosh. You don't have any clean, FOX, guess you can put some dirty ones on because we need to go. And you need socks on. Let's go. I, oh, oh, I guess. We'll be late. Oh, I guess you won't go. Oh, I guess it didn't happen. Oh, I guess friend come over like, I just started letting balls drop where before I would be reminding people and reminding them again and doing stuff for them and filling in gaps in anticipating needs and doing all these things to try to keep it rethink looking good and everything functioning good. And I wasn't good as I'm talking about. I'm having to dish out some things the kids to know. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. We had a country Jesus meeting in a couple of weeks ago, and my kids now do their own laundry, but I was not making them do on because it's a control thing for me. So I had to let it go. Yes. Because they don't do it the way I think they should do. They don't fold their clothes in the laundry room. They carry them to their room. And then they don't put them up. Right. Guess. And so that drives me crazy. And Finally, I thought who. Cares. Go in their closet. Where's how the hang it up? And I'll tell you what it's been good. But you I I said this already on another show like I put a list of rules up in the laundry room this mile laundry room. Here's how you treat it. But it's been good for me because I had to let it go. Yeah. And they don't do it the way I think they should. But so it sounds like somewhere in that. You got a core value around that O and the beautiful thing because when you said rules the beautiful thing about when you get clear on your core. Values is the rules in the household. Go out. So. Oh, yeah. Because I was one that I had a lot of rules, and I. I had a lot of rules. I had so many rules. I forgot my own room. And so the kids would be enforcing rules that I'd be trying to figure out why you're not doing that. They'd be like because you said, and I was like, oh, did I oh I forgot that rule. But Corvallis, see. We communicate those all the time. They don't be they're not forgotten. So like some of my older kids. They don't have curfews. We don't do curfews. There's not a certain time you have to be home. Because now we're all about respect. So I need you to respect me enough to say where you're going to be honest about where you're going. And then I need for you to be clear on when you are respecting yourself. What time should you hit home? When.

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News in Brief 16 January 2019

UN News

03:31 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 16 January 2019

"This is the news in brief from United Nations, we need to dramatically accelerate our efforts if we don't want to fall further behind in distrust against rising, inequality and other global challenges. The UN secretary general said on Wednesday speaking to investigators from around the world in New York in this fast-changing worlds, standing still means falling further behind and on seek. He twenty percents challenges we need to dramatically accelerate our efforts in twenty nine thousand nine quite simply we must put our pedal to the metal and tiny will tell presented his top five priorities for two thousand nineteen diplomacy for peace ambitious climate action acceleration towards the sustainable development goals or SDG's better governance over new technologies in stronger, UN values worldwide D went she called for deeper efforts to show that we understand people's anxieties fears and concerns into address the root causes that lead people to feel marooned. In our rapidly changing world, here's missile cocktails again across these work across the world. What really matters is people we the peoples and what guys says he's a set of values. Universal values of the United Nations. Charter that Baynes us together, peace Justice, human, dignity, tolerance and solidarity today. Those values are under attack around the globe. Many countries are failing to protect and promote the interest of all their people UN's High Commissioner for human rights said on Wednesday in a special meeting of Human Rights Council in Geneva to review progress on achieving the seventeen SDG's by twenty thirty Michelle Basch lane sister that overall we are not on track to meet its ambitious aims the twenty thirty agenda is a commitment to achieve greater international cooperation for more equitable international order, but above all is a promise. Extended to people previously locked out of development. The marginalized this empower excluded communities, the millions of women children and youth racial religious and case minorities indigenous people migrants persons with disabilities Roma and the poor. It miss specially side, one of her predecessors UN rights chief Mary Robinson echoed the need to address widening inequalities insisting that wealth and opportunities were increasingly concentrating in the hands of the few. She added that such Equality's create winners and losers serving to catalyze, social unrest. Deepen divides increase in a for beer, all major concerns for the realization of rights in staying with you when you mean rights office, or which H R it warned on Wednesday that at least eight hundred ninety people were reportedly killed in western Dubuque Rettig Republic of the Congo last month. Human rights reports suggest that the massacre happened between sixteen and eighteen December in four villages in the territory my endorse. Dominate province in what appear to have been clashes between the Banu in baton communities in a statement UN rights chief condemned the shocking violence in highlighted the importance of investigating in bringing the perpetrators to Justice. Michelle Basch Lee added that it is essential to ensure Justice for the victims of these Riddick attacks. But also to prevent new episodes of intercommunal strife into address the anger in feelings of gross injustice that may otherwise lead to repeated cycles of violence between communities and U N news.

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"banu" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off

Main Engine Cut Off

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"banu" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off

"I would be incredibly surprised if we're not talking very soon about the first human flight on new Shepard. They also had a great year with b four hot firing that got chosen for Vulcan. They won money from the air force for development of new Glen, this might violate Laras funding rule. But this is I think this is different than just taking an additional round of funding because this was a massive scale of project to to get that, you know, sign off from the air force that was a big investment for blue origin to go through all the hoops. They needed to get that development money for new Glenn. And I think that that leads to very big things in the future with new Glenn like potentially a lot of the national security launches here in the US that is a huge. Moment. And I think capped off a pretty big year for blue origin. In addition to continuing your build out their their factory down near Canaveral. So they are poised for a very strong couple years here coming up. Moving into some spaceflight space craft kind of stuff this one also might violate one of LARs rules for the space company. But number six, I have JPL Jet Propulsion Laboratory, technically, not the government, right? I sorta they're like federally federally funded research facility, so they're like, technically different. But it's hard not to put them on this list specifically for the Marco cubesats that flew alongside insight. These two little cubesats, flew all the way out to Mars, and they relayed all this telemetry back during insights landing and they were one hundred percent successful. And I think that is huge and has major potential to change the industry of planetary missions in the future. And I think if we don't see Marco style cubesats riding along, you know, every planetary mission from here now, I would be very surprised because those things did so well, and we're so helpful in the insight land. Process. They really prove themselves there. And I think JPL should get a lot of credit for building those and flying them and being so successful with those. So I'm gonna I'm gonna be pretty confident that that loophole will fit large his question here. So LARs, let me know if that if that works are not number seven, I have Lockheed Martin space they had a really huge year. And I think it's worth giving them some credit here. They built insight. They built a Cyrus Rex two spacecraft that are you know, well on their way to accomplishing their missions insight, successfully at Mars of Cyrus wrecks in orbit around Banu Lockheed. Martin got the first GPS three satellite launched. They won like seven billion dollars for another twenty two satellites they launched another space-based infrared system satellite early in the year. Another advanced extremely high frequency satellite early in the year. Another goes satellite early in the year. Sliding on that one because they have some cooling issues, but three very high value assets for the United States government and Lockheed Martin space just really knocked out of the park with all those missions. This year. And I think their track record. There is pretty incredible. And we need to give them credit for that. Number eight. I've got a rhythm. They've nearly deployed their full iridium next constellation this year there are turning over their entire entire constellation with these new next generation satellites they have one more launch coming up on space x but they've put up a ton of satellites this year, very high value satellites, and it's going to be it's gonna be fun to follow them as they go from deployment phase to actually operational, and they're already mostly there are a lot of their traffic already is going off these new satellites and there well all well onto their way of turning over the entire constellation in full. So they had an impressive year launching all those being able to manage that quick of a deployment process and managing that big of a constellation. It's a great year for radium. And I'm excited to see what they do with it at an into twenty nineteen. My number nine spot is actually a collection of four space companies. This is the c-band alliance Intel sat Eutelsat and tell us that these four companies are as part of this alliance as they've called themselves, and they are responding to the here in the US..

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Michael Flynn asks judge to let him avoid prison

Morning Edition

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Michael Flynn asks judge to let him avoid prison

"Unclear. The salient was on a police watchlist flagged as Patel. Essentially radicalized Strasbourg came to the European Union's parliament remained on down overnight and residents have been warned to stay vigilant. France's interior ministry says police had attempted and failed to arrest. The gunman earlier on Tuesday for an attempted murder. And that this may have triggered the attack for NPR news. I miss me Nicholson in Berlin. You're listening to NPR news. There's been a moderate earthquake in Tennessee this morning. The US Geological Survey says the tremors magnitude was four point four, and it was centered in eastern, Tennessee. It could be felt in Atlanta. The first quake was followed. A few minutes later by three point three magnitude aftershock, the final version of Congress's farm. Bill is out and it legalizes industrial hemp harvest public media's Esther honing explains that will bring stability to farmers and states that are already growing the crop thirty nine states already allow for the cultivation of hemp, and there's currently more than twenty five thousand acres devoted to the crop. In the US federal legalization is a boon for producers of CBD oil, which is derived from hemp and used from additional purposes, Kristen Kuna gross hemp in Colorado and says federal legalization gives her and her husband the confidence to invest in their farm. We just feel a little bit safer that we are going into a legitimate business. And there is going gonna be room to grow and to do what we've always been wanting to do the farm Bill would allow each state to oversee local hemp cultivation for NPR news. I'm Esther Hoenig in Greeley, Colorado. A Canadian court has granted bail to Chinese business executive mung Joe of ten million dollars. She and her company while we technologies are suspected of selling equipment to Iran in violation of US sanctions American. Authorities would like to have her extradited to the US separately an international think tank reports one of its officials a former Canadian diplomat has been detained in China. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include L, D, entertainment and roadside attractions with Banus back starring Julia Roberts as a mother whose son unexpectedly returns home Christmas. Also with Lucas hedges. Now in select theaters expands December fourteenth. Steve Inskeep is going to speak with Trump supporter. Chris Buskirk Buskirk runs. The conservative publication American greatness. And the conversation will be about President Trump possibly being linked to a film of campaign finance violations that story just ahead on morning edition also had an Alabama policeman. As you may know recently killed a young black man is he ran away from shooting in a mall. The was legally armed but police figuring out who the quote, unquote, good guy is in chaotic situations can be difficult. A closer look is coming up on morning edition.

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India approves death penalty for rape of young children

BBC World Service

01:22 min | 4 years ago

India approves death penalty for rape of young children

"Child rape that's a proposal from one nobel prize winning indian activist on saturday the government approved the introduction of the death penalty for anyone convicted of raping a child under the age of twelve it was cleared at a special cabinet meeting chaired by the prime minister narendra modi according to figures released by the indian government they were over eighteen thousand cases of child rape in two thousand sixteen or more than fifty each day in recent weeks to such incidents have reignited this debate nate particularly in india one was the gang rape and murder of an eight year old muslim girl in a hindu temple the other was when an indian teenager who'd been kidnapped and gang raped last year revealed that her parents had forced her to change her statement after they accepted money from her alleged assailant's in a moment we'll hear from an indian author for her opinions on this i this report from the bbc's rattled tendon in calcutta welcome and thank you for joining the fight for us far the white for us safai is india's cry and the nation's demand the rape and murder of eightyearold asif for banu has dominated the news headlines here in india strangled with her own scarf after she had been raped she was then hit on the head with a rock her death has led to protests across india.

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