22 Burst results for "Eighty Five Pound"

Is Refresh Model S/X Battery Smaller?

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

03:41 min | 11 months ago

Is Refresh Model S/X Battery Smaller?

"We know that the range on the long range version of the model s. has now increased to four hundred and twelve miles so previously and this is apn estimate previously four hundred to right before let's refresh so we only saw a ten mile increase. Which you know makes us think okay. Tussle didn't really change much in terms of the batteries there but they did note in the earnings report that they made changes to the batteries. Major changes to the modules yuan. They're still using those eighteen. Six fifty cells from panasonic But they have updated the chemistry or at least made some updates to the cell and battery architecture and general replaced those skateboard Visual image online. So it's it's definitely update in terms of the batteries but only see ten additional miles of range. Come out of that. I was pretty interesting especially when we look a little bit deeper and we noticed that the drag coefficient on the model s. has now been lowered from. I believe it was point two three before to now points two zero eight so that should definitely helped with the range. It's a pretty significant reduction in drag coefficient and then we've also seen them drop the weight so the wait for the long range model s now starts at four thousand five hundred sixty one pounds versus before. So i've got the way back machine pulled up here and this is from january twenty fourth. I'm not sure if you can see that. On the stream but from january twenty fourth the long range plus model s had a weight of forty eight hundred pounds so they've cut two hundred and fifty pounds out of the weight. They've reduced the drag coefficient so five percents rate reduction a significant reduction drake officiant and yet. We're only seeing ten more miles of range. This could be a trade off between tussles optimizing for in terms of energy versus power. Obviously the zero sixty on the stock in the long range right now has dropped from three point seven seconds before now down to three point one seconds so some of that could be impacting. The actual range that is happening from the epa tests. But if all else was held equal certainly expected a bigger range improvement from vizier. Point or the zero point two zero eight cd and the two hundred fifty pound weight reduction ver only ten miles only two percent more range two and a half percent more rain when they're cutting weight by five percent so we actually see a similar thing with the model x. As well flip over there so this current long range after refresh. We now have of starting weight and i think i think the drako fishing stay the same on the model x. but we starting wait Five thousand one hundred eighty five pounds on the model x. Verses here is again so this january twenty fifth so before the refresh. It was fifty four hundred thirty seven pounds so again similar. Two hundred and fifty pound reduction there almost five percent and only an actually in the case of the model x. We see arrange decrease so we had three hundred seventy one miles. Epa estimate before. And now we're at three hundred sixty so they only gained ten on the model last. They lost eleven on the model x. A to think that. I always this is pointing to me towards tesla potentially using less fewer batteries in the battery pack. Maybe that's not the case. Maybe these are software ltd but to cut that much weight to cut the drag officiant drako efficient and not gain more than ten miles of range. I think is pretty perplexing so dessel may have found a way to just you know they may have just said okay are target. Here's we're going to stay the same range. We're happy with these ranges and you know we think the customers are happy with these ranges. We're going to optimize for cost and just reduce the number of cells were putting in these new modules packs for the refresh That could have been an option or you know again. Maybe it's just that power versus energy exchange.

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back Dr Wallich with us George nori along with you daca it again thank you for what you do if we should save the life of one listener just one everything you've done over the years is worth it for me well you're you're very gracious and I guarantee you the service you provide to the American community in the world is great and and to your efforts I guarantee it thousands and thousands of people have been saved my mother doctors going to be ninety one in two weeks less than two weeks now has been a supplement fan for years now she's in the what you would do but I remember when I was in my you know twenties and living in Minneapolis is the news director she would click me articles and mailing to me that you know health practitioners are people who are into nutrition would write articles about and stuff and she hasn't stopped and she's ninety one years old and acts like she's forty five well did she have any pre existing conditions nope nope see there you go because she's absorbing she's taken her nutrients and if she's acting like a three year old when it comes to her defense as beautiful let's go to the calls Mike in Louisville Kentucky Hey Michael thanks for calling go ahead eight yard carry journalist pointed back thanks thanks I am sixty nine years old about five hundred eighty five pounds in about five to seven about ten years ago I have the ringing in my ears start and just recently just two years ago when for a fast heart beat they put a pacemaker and they said to keep my heart with my heart beat up but what's really kind of concerned me.

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To run like he had so I think you started graduate advance a little bit and realizing that in this league geysers big and strong as me in as fast as me and they are there to start punish. Sam Hubbard another strong game made his presence felt what was pressuring on the interception and enforce the public yet to game forced a fumble and you know Wilson had a good play forcing a fumble and that was so close I think a replay of the up yeah my comment during the game was this wasn't the the number one game or the top three games so they have less scammers that's good you don't you're over camera angle right down the sideline to see exactly was that split up over to the hip liner there is a simple one so you're taking it from a little bit of a slash angle will protect you can't see if you don't have video evidence that it will overturn what the referees saw on that Simon is looking down the sideline there are going to change that Carlos Dunlap at the at the big pressure that led to the intentional grounding the the camera angle from TV at home he he rolled over top of a visit to get off quickly and with the flags flew I thought they were going to get it for piling on the body on top of a break it down yep and I did it with their lucky. against them but they they they got the attention of radical I I had the same reaction as your thought man that's a leaf flag if he's going to call because the way Carlos he didn't get up he got there any he was on his knees and and you don't have these looking up at the official I think on no you kidding me he's probably think a you can call me for that I did everything I possibly could I tried to be a two hundred eighty five pound now do you call me teacher taught not to not to fall on top of him you know and I don't I'm trying everything I possibly can to contort in move my social for topping you gonna call that in yeah it ended up being intensive right there was yelled and was in the vicinity produced twenty yards down the field and if you're in the pocket you can't throw the football away to avoid the sack like that is it you know it what what name we haven't brought up I have been brought up to you it in three weeks and I I think it's fair to bring about because I I think people forget how sure tackler he is in the secondary dark wasted Artie's missed by this team is are is any yeah he is I mean you know he's he's a very very viable SLOC one yeah there's no question about it and you know the four corners is is big in the running game because you know when people see that they're smaller guys on the football field gonna say okay let's get a running game down and somebody has to set the edge you know in a lot of times a far corner of one of the first guys to be able to to set that edge so yeah he's he's are extremely sure tackler they do mess of I mean they missed him first round pick they missed AJ green first round pick that's life in the National Football League gotcha there's two things that you deal with in the NFL injuries and football games are decided by a touchdown or less or even a field goal or lessen the Bengals are dealing with both issues there in their own three. more to get to he's Dave Lapham on lance McAllister talking bangles from yesterday and a look ahead to that game against those Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night as we roll on it speckles line the first logistics bangles radio network in seven hundred WLW..

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"One everything entertainment relied at pet stuff and minnetonka Oh. To the west side. it's all over the place i honestly didn't even think to bring the dog today you're what you're watching errands dog and i left him today and he seemed a little stress sure well a little stormy out there didn't even occur this was before it even started raining though he's just unfamiliar with where he is he's just a little and now we've got all those beautiful dog here that pet stuff it is really good vibe food for families this is our very last broadcast i have no idea what ryan is doing somebody's playing around our beloved not welcome here today at all no no you might the horses at home but bring food donation for second harvest heartland if you would be so we would love to see out here thanks to neutral source for making this all -lutely have katie canines out here too and we've got some questions for you coming in through twitter we demand answers katie canine we will need answers she's hanging out here she's helping some folks which is great because when you come out here by the way if you're wondering like which one is katie canine she's wearing a huge name tag that says hi i'm katie canine asked me your dog or cat she's holding it up with a close include the clothes pin is on the collar of her shirt and it's just perfection when we say sign we're talking like an eight by eleven it's not like a hi my name is a little one this is It's very funny. thank you ryan that that should do it you're doing great right there it is yeah elephant that's an elephant shown oh that's fun henny weigh so before we went to break we said that we would look at our poll for our minnesota state fair shirts yes we kind of narrowed it down to three frankly there are some others that are out there but we 'cause i narrowed it down to three yesterday and then millennial up on twitter page and up on the website as well the three options for our state fair t shirt this year are don't worry about it don't worry about it gooden doug and no follow up questions a long standby for us yes yes yes yes right now based on the votes that we're looking at at thirty nine percent in first place is don't worry about it it's pretty good it's pretty good in second place the long standing rule of the show no follow up questions that's a good shirt i could hurt the third is guten tag now we've had some people that at twenty six percent we have had some folks on on email stuff like that saying that you need to do some other things what about just putting all of your saying get a whole bunch together sure somebody else had a great idea they said no matter what you put on the shirt at the top right below the collar in really small print needs to say ryan you're fired which i think is not very very funny now we'd be very funny it's okay so now it's funny you're fired okay let's see what we got here on our mytalk oh good katie canines joining us i'm going to get we are taking your questions by the way for katie canine if you have any dogs questions where's the the question that we just had about there was a woman who just had got a new puppy katy kane and joins us now and they have a little things like a four month old puppy who they just figured out is nervous about storms yes i didn't know about the puppy part but just found out it's an eighty five pound dog Oh..

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on WTVN

"Ten WTVN. And I'm here, sitting in for Joel today will be back with you tomorrow. Joel's son Justin's going to be a freshman in college, and it's a orientation day, I believe at Heidelberg. So Joel, and his wife, Laura, or taking over there, to get the lay the land the campus and all that stuff. So Joel tell you a little bit about that tomorrow. It is June. The seventeenth I mentioned this earlier. I hope everybody had a good fathers day yesterday. But the average amount of money spent on dad for Father's Day, according to the Consumer Council, as one hundred and forty dollars if your dad like me, you wonder was did they underspend our overspend on me. I was thinking about it at first. I was like my wife didn't spend forty dollars, but she took me out to lunch, and if you include that as a as a present, yes, she probably did spend a hundred and forty dollars. She also got me some clothes, and a frying pan. I do a lot of cooking at our house. House, and our are frying pan are no stick frying pan was no longer stick. Got a new one. The number one Father's Day gift, a gift card. I did not get a gift card, but my father-in-law did get a gift card. And the number two thing is an experience, whether it be like, a free round of golf, something like that, or zip lining vacation or something like that. That is the number to father stay gift. Also, it is a national each year, vegetable day, the most popular vegetable in America's potatoes, course because you can deprive them tomatoes. Number two onions number three lettuce number four and sweet corn number five so make sure you eat your vegetables today into the newsroom, we go with the headlines. Alison what's your what's your favorite vegetable? Begging. That sound good. Vegetable. But that's okay. Day. That's exactly right. Say it works. I like that. You put you can put bacon with any of those vegetables, certainly would improve their flavor. What you got going on in the newsroom. Well, right now, crews are working to find out how a car became submerged in the water and Allen creek state park today as the recall of several brands of flour expand several types of Ragu pasta sauce are also being recalled now and in Oklahoma man has caught an eighty five pound catfish. We'll take a look at that way tale coming up at the top of the hour. Wow. A big catch right now. Traffic.

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Eighty five pound catfish that story in about twenty minutes. Rising sea levels are leading more home buyers to steer clear of the areas that are especially vulnerable to flooding, but determining which neighborhoods are the most at risk of flooding is proving to be a big challenge. It's a story by Laura Kasindo housing reporter for the Wall Street Journal, Laura nightmare for some people. A woman. Florida and she had multiple inspectors go through, and she tried to get the flood history, and she couldn't really find anything and bought the house. And of course, found later that the house, it actually. Multiple times. And she couldn't get insurance anymore. And this is a fairly common story around the country. It's called the find out if your property. In flood zone and if there is risk of flooding sea level rise. So it's a real challenge for people that can really value of your home. Speaking of that woman. What struck me was she really made an effort to find out if there were flooding issues struggle to find the info and then all of a sudden home floods, and it seems like the insurance company didn't have any trouble finding out that, that home at a history of flooding. Sheila's buying her. Home using cash amusing, must've retirement savings. She was not cavalier about it, but I think for ordinary person there's a lot of bureaucracy around it and to discern degree or kind of a lie on the sellers to tell the truth unless you happen to do those inspections at the moment when the property is raining. And there is there the amount of buyer beware where you're buying a property like this, but the consequences of it. I mean, her case she can't rebuild her home basically worthless right now. So the contrast quite devastating. What about on a homeowners disclosure that is that not something that's. The legally binding or you would have to pay few lied or fudged on that form. So about flooding really depend on the state, Florida is actually a state that does not have very strong disclosure which is prising considering how common flooding there in Florida. You're not legally required to disclose with your home floods before, and that's true. Actually, in a number of other states, North Carolina in New York, you can pay five hundred dollars and not have to fill it out. And so it's really kind of a patchwork of local laws and local regulations. So it's, it's a real kind of limitation speaking with Laura ca Sisto housing reporter at the Wall Street Journal pieces called is your home at risk of flooding. The data is hard to find. So as you point out there are some efforts to identify broadly across the country where these flood zones are, but there's a margin of error right in an a an a false positive. I guess could scare people away from buying your home. And then you're in trouble on that end. Yeah. Yeah. Zillow. Hey look, if I go for a home, I mean, there's unbelievable of information. Basically, don't find records in the backyard like incredible resource. Why tell people. Or the home is at risk of flooding or has before. And you know, kind of what they said, which makes sense, is that if you present information and say, well, this home has Ex-ress of being in the future. There's an element of urban form guesswork in that we just don't really know. But people look at that, and they take it as truth, and they can pretty meaningfully impact value of someone's home. And how do you communicate to your ordinary person that they're the range of a range of uncertainty? They are they just haven't been able to figure that out yet. And it's not going to be an easier to plan the stuff in the future. Scientists don't agree on future warming, rising sea levels, things like that. Right. Exactly. I think the most scientists agree that are going to rise that there is a likelihood of more severe and more frequent storms. But even scientists that are agreement about that don't agree about. How about it's likely to be an a lot of it depends depends on human behavior. I just don't know how that's going to be modified. And again, you can completely understand why if it were your home, they wouldn't want something. Flood risk. If if that's not true. And so that's a very difficult thing to navigate Lorca Sisto housing reporter for the Wall Street Journal twenty.

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on KTOK

"An eighty five pound catfish that story in about twenty minutes. Rising sea levels are leading more home buyers to steer clear of the areas that are especially vulnerable to flooding, but determining which neighborhoods are the most at risk of flooding is proving to be a big challenge. It's a story by Laura ca Sisto housing reporter for the Wall Street Journal, Laura nightmare for some people. A woman home in Florida, and she had multiple inspectors go, and she tried to get the history and really find anything and bought the house, and of course, found out later that actually multiple times and she couldn't get insurance anymore. And this is fairly common story around the country. It's privately, call find out if your property four efforts in a flood zone and if there is computer flooding sea level rise. So it's a real challenge for people because it can really the value of your home, speaking of that woman, what struck me was. She really made an effort to find out if there were flooding issues struggle to find the info, and then all of a sudden home floods, and it seems like the insurance company didn't have any trouble finding out that, that home at a history of flooding. I mean, I think what's really interesting about the straits sheila's buying her home, using cash amusing most of retirement savings. She was not cavalier about it. But I think for a kind of ordinary person there's just a lot of bureaucracy around it and to third degree, or kind of ally on the sellers to tell the truth unless you happen to do those inspections at the moment when the property is raining. And there is there, the third amount of kind of buyer beware where you're buying a property, like this, but the consequences of it. I mean, her case, she basically can't rebuild her home basically worthless right now. So the contrast quite devastating about on a homeowners disclosure. Is that not something that's a legally binding or you would have to pay? Hey, if you lied or fudged on that form. So about flooding really depends on the state, Florida is actually a state that does not have very strong disclosure which is pricing. Considering how common flooding there in Florida, you're not legally required to disclose with your home floods before, and that's true. Actually, in a number of other states, North Carolina in New York, you can pay five hundred dollars and not have to fill it out. And so it's really kind of a patchwork of local laws and local regulations. So it's, it's a real kind of limitation speaking with Laura consist O'Halloran reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Her piece is called is your home at risk of flooding. The data is hard to find. So as you point out there are some efforts to identify broadly across the country where these flood zones are, but there's a margin of error right in a, an a false positive. I guess could scare people away from buying your home. And then you're in trouble on that end. Yeah. Zillow. Hey look, if I look for a home, I mean, there's this unbelievable of information, basically, you don't find records in the backyard like this incredible resource. Why do tell people if a home or the home is at risk of flooding or has four and, you know, kind of what they said, which makes sense, is that if you presented information and say, well, this home has x-ray of flooding in the future. There's an element of informed guesswork in that we don't really know. But people look at that, and they take it as truth, and they can pretty meaningfully impact value of someone's home. And how do you communicate to ordinary person that they're the range of a range of uncertainty? They are they just haven't been able to figure that out yet. And it's not going to be an easier to plan the stuff in the future scientists don't agree on future warming or rising sea levels, things like that. Right. Exactly. I think. The most scientists agree that are going to rise that there is a likelihood of more severe and more frequent storms. But even scientists that are in agreement about that don't agree about how about it's likely to be a lot of it depends depends on human behavior. I just don't know how that's going to be modified. And again, you can completely understand why if it were your home, he wouldn't want something. Flood risk. If if that's not true. And so that's a very difficult thing to navigate Laura. Laura, Laura Sisto housing reporter for the Wall Street Journal twenty.

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on KTRH

"Hey, good morning. Welcome in welcome back. This is the guard line. I'm your host brandy lemon. What stolen a talk. Oh, I know what I needed to do this hour. So bear with me for a second. But I wanted to talk to you about because we call them live on the air didn't call them while they're a call them in between the brakes on yesterday's program because we had the most interesting phone call. It was called repetitive phone call coming back from a lady that did not seem to understand what we were saying about address and phone number for make would plantation. So what I'd like you to do is be prepared here. Right. We're going to talk to you about make would plantation, which is the blueberry form, just outside of new Waverly. This is you pick blueberries. Now, if you just want to go there and let them pick for you. They can do that, too. It's a little more expensive by the pound. But you can pick them yourself for roughly two eighty five pound. That's pretty good deal by today's standards of such if you need buckets of blueberries, but the blueberry season really began a week before Memorial Day, and this will go through about July, maybe I mid July, depending on the weather, but this just the start of the season, so you want to take the kids and they are open as of right now. They've been open since seven thirty we tried to say seven thirty seven yesterday that information didn't get deciphered quickly. But here's what you, do you go forty five exit thirteen seventy four. And then when you get to grand Texas ranch, there, two miles west of Texas grand ranch. You can get all this information online at make would plantation dot com. M A, K, E make would plantation dot com. It is blueberry.

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Brought to you by the Kentucky office of highway safety. The Royal baby's name is Archie Archie Harrison or t here's what will happen. They're going to be tens of thousands of babies born this year, and they're all their boys. They're going to be named RT. It's going to be a very popular name the next couple of years. Is awesome. That is a an all American name from the fifties. He's a little. Booker. Okay. My wife is a town. And this is what husbands admit to doing when their wife is out of town this suitable for a radio show. Oh, yeah. Number one by virtual reality virtual reality headset. What no what you? You can't put your own thoughts sort. Okay. This is what husbands admitted to doing. When the wife's out of town duty with the door open. They most of them say go into the bathroom. Is free to do that kids at that does even if I kids weren't there. I shut the door. I do too even weird with that. We'd be weird with that would shut the door. If no one's home. I've got plus I've got a eighty five pound German shepherd. Well, that's that. A lot of guys mix up a lot of guys have an affair. No, no, one heaven affair with an entire pizza. And that's what I did. Atar Bernal's pizza. Are you lying about the first part or were you? So it was having a fair with an entire pizza. Oh, okay. Good. All right. I got really sad to that badge. Watch shows that she doesn't like absolutely absolutely. Yes. I do that. I'm guilty of that watch dirty movies. Is that just a fancy way of saying watching the one word, we're how can I hear here for my thing? What dirty movie so people want to anyway, makes it crappier than just say, it's not creepy at all. It's a little weird. Well, that actually that is what instituted the Whitton family, always not policy. You know, what a shoe store coming up the stairs. And she'll be going. Oh boy. But the bottom of the state. Fourteen more thirteen more stairs, target two bedrooms. Five more getting ready to come in the door. I will I will leave the towel on the floor of the bathroom because that is a big thing. That's one of her pet peeves. Thank you. I do. I do. I say I'm gonna leave it right there. I do. In fact, it's sitting there right now. It's sitting there. Right. Jackie out of town interests. I do walk around naked a lot when Susan's not there. L I. You did that. Anyway, I do. Was this done? But here's the thing our front or front windows have like these there's no way to pull blinds or you don't you can't shut the blinds. And now can she puts these stupid plants in front of them? She walked out of the well, that's on you. Honey, if you don't wanna make the curtains where we could shut them I walk around like that. Anyway, just give them a through. Okay. Again, you have two young children. So I don't know bedroom on the door is shut my bedroom. I'll want getting your morning. Good morning. Johnny starting to sell uncle duck. Pot by da grandpa, pop up. All right, man. Let's take a short break who come back. He's going to do the news and come on back with us for another half hour on NewsRadio eight forty W H E S, the Tony Dwight show was.

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2019 NBA Draft Prospects

Get Up!

02:36 min | 2 years ago

2019 NBA Draft Prospects

"Here today to talk about for NBA draft prospects. And of course, there really is no doubt that Williamson should be the number one overall pick. He is the number one prospect, according to ESPN, we've been diving into this all morning long, and we're going to continue. So earlier this morning. The interesting moment happened when Mike care said that Zion could be the top center in the NBA in five years. Jalen face, look, like eighty something bad. Let's get into that just a little bit make your case. And then we'll let you Scott. What do you need to succeed at the five in the NBA? Right. You need to be able to rebound the ball to high level. Obviously you need to be able to guard the post and protect the rim and nowadays switch ball screens. Yes. Zion is short. He's six seven maybe six six two hundred eighty five pounds. He's going to be the quickest office feet out of any player in the NBA, especially bigs. So I think when you think about the fact that he can do all those things to exist defensively, and then on the offensive in imagine Rudy Gobert trying to chase this guy around even some of the best defensive centers in the NBA. I think people are kind of downplaying how good of a ball. Handler. He is how good of an attacker is he can push off the break. So I just think that he's going to be a mismatch nightmare in the modern MBA. And I think he can do all those things, you know, even though he's short two hundred eighty five pounds. He can pull his own against Jong. He's he's going to embody position that's basketball. But what you want to stop him for being the top center over the next five years if something that you can't teach height. And you said twice that. He's six seven which means when he's guard. Joel Embiid on the post they're going to do like this because he's too small. It doesn't matter. How baulky did he is? He's not going to be able to get that Ilbo in his chest. And stop them from getting a layer for a dump now. Can he be an amazing NBA player and produce a productive absolutely in certain matchup? Certain lineups. They have what I consider like junk players that find ways to play Minnesota five minutes at the four minutes on the perimeter. He's going to be able to perform, but the idea that you're going to start him at the five and finish him at the five. And he's going to be one of the best in the game. I don't think that that's necessarily his future not to give Rutledge credit because I think you were the first one that I heard say this and that is that Zion in his own way is almost the Cuyler Murray of the NBA draft, which is to say one of the reasons that someone like me has their doubts about Keiler is just because I've never seen it before. And I've been watching sports all of my life. I've never seen a guy. That size succeed playing quarterback in the National Football League. And there is still an element of my eyes won't believe it until they actually see it.

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Delivered by hub. Okay. Guys for a couple of minutes away from news update time here. So real quick. How many different schools? Do you think are represented when you guys got to state last Thursday any idea? Obviously, hundreds hundreds and hundreds of schools, right? I wanna say hundreds. Yeah. But there's a lot of schools have multiple qualifiers and stuff. So like Lesao we had eleven qualifiers that went up there. Placers? Actually, we all got on the podium. You gotta think some people don't even qualify. Somebody like some schools don't qualify for this. So there's a lot of schools, obviously, represent you guys. Get kinda lucky because Luca you're you're my my nephew. And and then we've got. I wanna be I wanna get back to the the third guy. But somebody sent me an Email today, we get what Ross high school had someone that also wanted state this past week for the first time in many years apparently that was a big drought for not winning the state title. Was that was their first ever state champ? I believe they had twenty one state placers. Yeah. Without a state champion. So I guess I congratulate Alex Coleman who's a junior. Yeah. He actually know his his dad he was a kid deck Greco champ. I believe he's a big boy, I didn't know that the two hundred eight two hundred eighty five pound weight class. Those are the big guy. It the big guys are so so he was a major upset he. Yeah. One of the top ninth ranked wrestler in the nation. I guess in that way. So I know the guy he wrestled entered Saturday's final twenty eight and oh, yeah. That's impressive. Doug rb? No. So how do you know that I read up at heavyweight? Yeah. I keep up. With all every way class drape plays attention to what's going on. Look I like to read I'm an intellect..

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So it'll be shall be subject to a civil penalty of not more than two thousand dollars for every such violation. Don't let your kids play tackle football repeat offenders could get up to five thousand per violation. If a player gets hurt it goes to ten thousand dollars was considering all the potential costs schools and organizations even if kicking and screaming will undoubtedly comply with the no hits act. You can play flag football. But you may not play for kids fourteen and under no kid, fourteen under in Massachusetts is allowed to play tackle football always seem to be kids that size, and you're not that fast. Not that big don't hit that hard. You probably suffered the least damage if you're gonna play football. That's probably if you're gonna play football for two years of your life. Do it when you're know ten to twelve. Talking about CT being an issue. And I don't know that CTE's been an issue with little kids as they say, it appears late twenties early thirties sometimes, but that's going to be from people who played high school in college. I would think. So anyway, kids under fourteen will not be allowed to play any tackle football. And of course, a lot of parents are opting out of letting their kids play football anyway, including parents like guys who played football. Don't want their kids to believable. People say my kids not gonna play football till he's in high school. Well, that's kinda stupid. There are a lot bigger and hit a lot harder in high school. And you're on you're doing pop Warner football. I hated foot. Well, I like football. I hated football practice because you started like an August. I know I was one of the. Eighty five pound team ninety five pound team in one fifteen. So you're pretty little on an eighty five pounds. Have you running sprints at the end of a practice with your helmet on some people like it. I didn't. Got about five ten and. Yeah, forecasts we got here. A little bit of snow in the way, not mentioning any accumulation as of now get an update on that a little bit later on. They'll hit you the low down here and just about a minute standby might McConnell got Wednesday morning going seven hundred wwl.

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"And as soon as they get a little taste of the fame, everything changes, and that's a west making you say that because you've been saying about him for a while. Now wasn't making you say thank you for AXA me, man, you're gonna make this even better. So this is what happened. You know? Anthony was that dude? He was definitely my guy came into board awards body of a Greek fucking God he looked like a dinosaur from creed. Balaji a right then he had power at the best not down of the fucking series, bro. Like explosive. And you're writing for her. But we didn't know he took injuries. We didn't know, you know, he had to get surgeries. So just like Tyson fury s shit plays with the back of your mind. It's like damn I made it out of there. But I got hit. I got hurt. I go to the doctor. You know what I'm saying? I'm thirty two years old shit starts to seep into your mind. He was forced into this fight. He didn't want. Mario. He gets people. Oh, ain't nobody Saana. Ain't nobody calling me out. What you mean? Like, would you mean people went on you, and then Marriott Asana models about the fight someone else? And when he seeing that and public perception, just like the other, crowns, buzney public session changed and he's like, wait, wait, I wanna fight. I wanna fight. I need a title. I need a vacant title. Just like the other clowns ain't that what happened with bladder men? So you tell me how. But but I think. You sit on the outside you contact in the commissioners, you contact in the promoters you like you're lying fighting and lets you could get me a Jerry unless you could get me a title like come on. I thought fighters fight he wanted to title, man. He say if he he'll know if you're gonna be next ended the last one, you don't know if you're gonna be ready for the next one in June. That's a quick turnaround. He'd just those shots to say he he don't wanna really be a chance. But I mean, Mario talk a big Mario talking big though. Mario Mario big talker. Tudo, but that's Mario's interim fight he's getting introduced to Boorda was you're trying to have a title shot with do the never been introduced the border was never fought before it sad. Listen, if I understand what you and it's like, you know, duck be who you wanted to fight there who you want him to fight. He could afford the guy he's fighting without forcing a vacant title shot good negotiations negotiations way. And they say the same thing about Tyson fury. But you hear what they call them now. So that's all I'm saying like, hey, the fighter chooses the path. He wants to go down clamping chose that path. He was Mark guy. I would never call them clowney. He was a warrior, but he seem a Mexican with a high Q, which automatic English major someone that graduated from college Mexican so that he already has traditional boxing run into his blood clamping. He was stinking and him and his team got into negotiation table, and they said, we ain't gonna lose to anno-. Mexican for free is gotta be a title on the line has gotta be something on the line in case. He loses. It was worth. Because when you talk about the losses like, well, he lost four title shot. Best known this. He can't he's saying I wanna go in there and fight Fino newbie for nothing. He saying he put him a little cherry on top. Anna cou I met him LA. I'm. Listen, all we wanted was to do Eddie Hearn. Does we got a title shot unification as the main event we wanted to have our next hundred and eighty five pound who we expect to fight the winner of the main event on the card showcase he was offered. The Matt fight at one hundred eighty five Matt from Texas..

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"For the terminal resting place every round that leisure rival, and you are a maggot. Your bag. I like the terminal resting place of every round that leaves you rifle. Yep. Terminal resting place. Sounds macab. We have we have a very dark since humorous marines. Another thing. We've got a lot of people writing in about. We're talking about button bucks. And people asking like does a button book shed anything. Meaning. Yeah. Good question. Yeah. So. Typically, not like we had read this thing where we'd read to sing where they're saying. Like, it hasn't been known to happen in the state of Jinya, but is known to happen other places, but then we had people, including a lot of biologists and deer specialists right in to say, it certainly happens. It happens in Virginia. And a lot of guys emailed us a lot of handful of guys emailed us photos of button. Buck sheds, which looks like a little bone disc. Kind of like a button some guys actually wrote in who were doing a deer trapping study. While listening to the podcast and started examining some button box, and they had some findings to. But it says that like early born fawns who have very good nutrition tend to be the larger sized button box will actually form a little thing that they cast off. But the antler anyone call Naylor, the little nub ins, the disk that has cast off. It doesn't seem to cast it off in a way that's tied to photo period. It's like photo period's length of day and photo period drives so much. Dr so much of nature's day length like like things are going to happen within a window of time centered around day length, and and then like micro factors will come in. Micro factors can also influence timing. But there's a lot of natural cycles that happened in accord, you know, in accordance to length of day. And he said normal box seemed to lose their Antlers doodoo photocopier. They think it's linked to photo period changes. But this is just linked to whatever's going on in the growth and how much gets there. And when it starts growing new antler for button bucks. He said this guy also talked about you ever hear the d'appel cop syndrome. No, it's new and I made so dear biologists Tom about. This says unlike adult Antlers, which are grown and shed based on changing photo period. Infant Antlers are controlled by maturity and hormonal development and not tied to photo period. If any antler ever fails to shed. D'appel cops syndrome, the new antler girls around the original antler from the outside rim of the pedicle. He says picture meat grinder plugged up with silver skin. Squirting me out around the blockage. The resulting grossly misshapen Antlers would be obvious on any deer that failed to shed those antler buttons. You that like it because an allergy? No big thing in the news. Tons of people wrote in about the guy a jogger and Fort Collins here about this. Yeah. Jogger and Ford Krankl the line jogging along since the something coming from behind them. It's eighty five pound juvenile mountain line it attacks them in the guy. Chokes out. That is a will to live strangles it walked three miles down who trail head drives to a hospital. You know, talking to the police, but what went on they send? He's got stuff that you wanted them to retrieve when I go up to inspect the site. And they go up there. Dead mountain lion land there. Wow. Every guy likes to think he'd do that. Yeah. But most wouldn't. Strangled. I like to think us listening to strangle hold. On KOMO KOMO babe. Speaking all that a in the great smoky mountains, national park, Tennessee, you guys hear this story. No. No, they're crazy story. So you guys know Jin saying is right. As my my question as we get into the story is this now considered an edible for the bear. Yeah. Yeah. There's a lot. This story is. It makes its own gravy kinda. So great smoky mountain national park, Tennessee. Some guys are out. It seems to be I don't want to like I don't want to you know. The guy's dead. But I Don I don't want to condemn the guy without knowing..

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Dependable four G L T E networks, a huge blow for Whitaker forced to pull out of his title defense on home soil in February of two thousand eighteen is well also due to injury, the non title middleweight, bow between Israel at a Sonya and Anderson Silva was the headliner with the undefeated New Zealander beating the all time great by unanimous decision. According to UFC stats he out struck him sixty five to thirty four besting the 43-year-old Silva, kale Sonnen Gilbert, Melendez the UFC analysts re SPF. With this take. It's so many ways this delivered for me. Look the great fighters. I'm talking about Anderson Silva, kill the great fighters. Go and fight their fight. Regardless of who the opponent is Anderson Silva got a slow start for the first minute. You'll he always gets a slow start. Once he started to feel it out. He realized that can reach out of touch this guy to he started do that. He started to move with. I was completely entertained, and I thought it did deliver a great fight. Both guys are very disciplined tactical and calculated. It did not go out of their their type of fighting style. No one got to over aggressive. You can't compromise your form just to put on a show because that's when you get hit fantastic. Boxing, by Anderson Silva, some great kick scored by Israel signed that I would love to see two more rounds. Unfortunately, we didn't get to yet. A UFC also announced the winner would be next in line the challenge for the one hundred and eighty five pound title more college hoops on the other end as UNC goes to OT with canes and Marquette gives back big lead. Find out if they fend off Nova when sportscenter allnight rolls back. This is ESPN radio..

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Hours before UFC 234, middleweight champ Robert Whittaker pulls out of main event with hernia

SportsCenter All Night

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Hours before UFC 234, middleweight champ Robert Whittaker pulls out of main event with hernia

"Once again, a hernia forcing UFC middleweight champ, Robert Whitaker out of his title defence against Kevin gas delimit UFC, two thirty four that came just hours prior to their match up in Australia. Huge blow for Whitaker who was again forced to pull out of a title defense on home soil in February of two thousand eighteen is well also due to injury UFC president Dana white stay now you were just with Whittaker at the hospital. What kind of update can you give us about his health? He's in the recovery room. I was with his wife and his family. This is one of those freak accidents. Where the doctor said literally never seen this type of injury in a young person. This usually happens to old people as is bowel and his intestines didn't happen yesterday. After the fight. They think he's had this problem, and it's been going in and out. And it's one of those situations had it popped out during the fight. It could have been fatal for him. So this is really serious. Hopefully, we don't know exactly what happened with the doctor, hopefully, they popped it back in and sewed it up. And if that's the case he'll be four weeks. But this was this freak freak injury less than one percent are doctor here at the UFC who's been doing this for thirty years has never seen it ever and his in his career and not in a young person. It's usually in much older people's well, thankfully, it was caught before something even more dangerous happened. I'm certainly disappointing for him disappointing for Calvin gasoline as well were you able to speak with the challenger? It's disappointing for everybody. You know, I've I've only text with Calvin and talk to him. Talk to him when he gets here tonight. But yeah, obviously, everybody's disappointed gasoline later claiming that he should be champ. The non title middleweight bow between Israel and a Sonya Anderson Silva was the headliner and the undefeated New Zealander beat the old time. Great by unanimous decision. The Forty-three-year-old Silva MA coming up short his first appearance in speedway of twenty seventeen at a Sonya outlandish him. According to you FC stats sixty five to thirty four new UFC had announced the winner would next be in line to challenge for the one hundred eighty five pound

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"But yeah, as a power lifter, you wanna be like puffy and people talk all the time, by inflammation. And I've been making post lately, and it's just it's it's stuff that I've never. Wanted to talk about just because people just they just misunderstand it so much, and it's hard for me to put into words, and I don't have any scientific evidence to really back any of this stuff up. So people flip flip their lid, but for years I've been eating what I call bench bagels. And it's just bagels before I benchpress. That's all it is. But it's it's not anything special about a bagel necessarily, but bagels don't have a lot of fat in them. And so I utilize them the kind of car bump, and when I like the other day, I had six bagels for our came in here and benched, and I smoked the four hundred eighty five pound bench press, and I'm utilizing fasting. And I'm utilizing the carnivore diet utilizing these different things on fasting myself away from some of these carbohydrates and some different things. And then when I take it back in I end up with super compensation. I ended up with my body sucks up and retains everything. So the bagels that I eat there actually salt bagels because the salt the carbohydrates, and maybe even like, I'm not even sure, but maybe the gluten is part of it like, maybe the inflammation, and the swelling and stuff, maybe it's not all bad for you. I I don't know like who's to say, no one really knows. But I know it's working really well for me, but the up you wanna be intracellular pressure, especially. Steroids in the conversion to estrogen. Yeah. It's gonna cause some additional string. And I've tried it with other stuff to you. I've tried it with like rice and potatoes and stuff, and it just doesn't seem to have the same exact defect in that could be that could be placebo that could be mental you ever, especially since you when you do the fasting carnivore diet when your body's low on carbs, you ever.

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Hey, we got Tracy joining us from family. Feeder supply, first of all I got to say, thank you. Because it seems like everybody a feeder supply knows exactly the right answer. Eleni had ACL surgery. I went in. And I said, look, I gotta have something to keep an eighty five pound working toy drive shepherd busy, and they did it. It was the chief the impossible. So I got a thank you and the crew down at feeder supply. Well, here's my question. And I don't know how you do this and accomplish this, but my entire life growing up you walked in pet shop it smelt like a pet shop. You. And for most reasons in the seventies and eighties. They were smelly rise Cadillac. Wow. You know, this is a pet shop. Feeder supply, you cannot tell. Walk in it, smells like target. I don't know how that works. I don't know how you all have accomplished that. That's because you feed your pets better food that even goes with small animals, they're gonna smell better. They're gonna fart a better gather their farts phone smell us. Here's the thing. You know, you hit on something on nutrition. They're like nutrition experts. But you gotta seriously do specialize nutritious is our passion. Because when when l'amico God is dog comes up. There's something wrong with him every other day. It seems like we've found out. He was gluten peanut kid wanting to feeder supply, and they had exactly he's a helicopter parent. Well, yes, I am. Thank you. But I wanna talk to you about a couple of things that are coming up number one. Save the date for this Saturday because I'm gonna.

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on Untangle

"So my contribution was titled Lama who soon so Coosa means bodyguard into that in and I got this dog because I live on mountain in Montana where there. Bears trooping through and not lions and things like that. And so I have a couple of big dogs with me. So I ain't her bodyguard Cousteau. It turns out she was. So timid she's afraid of guests. I loved that pounds. And she thinks dog. The interview that we've been doing meeting at my heat. He doesn't sit in my lap. But she wishes she did only a-. She was the star of my entry. I chose to talk about her because she has a gift that I think all dogs have. But she and all the dogs. I've owned what'll. I don't know. I think she brings this out the most. And that is she just knows that. It's all about love dogs, just get it. And yet, you know, there's all this other stuff, and humans are very complicated. And we keep going on making all of these noises. He tried to imagine from the dog's point of view, right? We go on he always noises sometimes there's angry noises. Sometimes there's happy noises or whatever and all she cares about is that we're in loving connection at one point when she was like a young teenager. I was really sick with a horrible flu that went through here and it lasted for three months for some people. And that's what it did for me. So I was really out of commission for three months, and here was this very energetic team. Gauge frisky eighty five pound dog. And I couldn't help her with that. So the thing was that this dog would lie on my bed for hours at a time snuggled up to me, not moving. Wow. Yeah. And I don't think she was doing that. Because that was her favorite thing to do. She did it for me. Dana. Thank our dog's sense. Our needs in that way. Or do you think this is a special dog that can feel what you need and is so connected to you. I think all dogs have Nazenin capacity for feeling connection. And they're all about feeling a hell they terrible. If you're mad at than there's so happy if you're happy with them, and that kind of thing shepherds are little bit more like that than they have bloodhound as soon as they smell something or all about this. Mel because they're all factory set up is like, I don't know many times more than it is in a shepherd, but shepherds..

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Mario Rodin, Britain And One Hundred Eighty Five Pounds discussed on Ric Edelman

Ric Edelman

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Mario Rodin, Britain And One Hundred Eighty Five Pounds discussed on Ric Edelman

"Forty year old Mario Rodin sexually assaulted a child and Britain a victim with nice at a home in the three thousand block of Cala boulevard road is described as five feet eleven and weighing one hundred eighty five pounds PG and E is facing another run of losses. As a result of the campfire wish to destroy the tundra

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"eighty five pound" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five pound" Discussed on Hostage

"This episode features discussion of kidnapping and extreme violence that some people may find offensive listener discretion is advised especially for children under thirteen. In unique Germany on the night of September, fourth nineteen seventy two the twentieth Olympic Games had less than a week left that night, most of the Israeli delegation went to see a German production of the musical fiddler on the roof starring renowned Isreaeli actor Shmuel Rodin sqi. They even got to go back stage to meet Rodin sqi in celebrate with him before piling back onto the bus to return to the Olympic village, the athletes coaches and officials went to sleep pappy flushed from the celery, Tori evening and looking forward to heading home in a few days shortly after four thirty AM forty year old wrestling referee, Yosef Gutfreund was wakened by annoys at the front door not wanting to disturb the other coaches judges and referees with whom he shared the apartment. He quietly climbed out of bed and padded out. Into the foyer in his underwear. Just then the front door creaked open just enough to reveal masked men carrying AK forty seven machine guns. The six foot three two hundred and eighty five pound wrestler slammed his full weight against the door and shouted for the others to wake up and run. While he tried to hold the attackers off within seconds, his roommate to via Sokolowski, a holocaust survivor jumped out of bed and ran into the living room seeing the AK forty seven wedged into the open door and good friend trying to hold off the intruders Sokolowski bolted for the window. This shouted for the others to run as he tried to open the window with the lock jammed in a panic. Sokolowski punched through the glass and dove through the window his hand bleeding profusely machine. Gun fire followed him as he started to run through the garden. The attackers had made it through the door. And good friend within thirty seconds of good friends at ten to block the door and rows his companions six. Israeli athletes had been taken hostage and.

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Elite Soldiers Testing Lockheed Martin ONYX Exoskeleton

Your Weekly Tech Update

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Elite Soldiers Testing Lockheed Martin ONYX Exoskeleton

"The lucky Morton onyx powered lower body Exo skeleton can increase mobility and reduce fatigue of its users. Onyx detects what the body is doing and provide support all at the exact time. It's needed sensors distributed on the Xhosa Killington reports speed direction and angle of movement and an onboard computer that drives electro mechanical actuators the knees, all work synchronous Lee, the Exo skeleton delivers the right torque at the right time to assist knee flex and extension on IX. Sounds awesome. It ultimately reduces the energy needed to cross terrain squats, Neil. These benefits are most noticeable when ascending or descending stairs, or navigating inclined surfaces. Now onyx syncs up with its user. It takes about. Seventy five milliseconds for the human body to go from thought to action, speeding up on x will improve the impact on human endurance. Currently, it has improved endurance by nine percents and the powered system lasts for about sixteen hours when using four batteries, the onyx system weighs less than fourteen pounds. The current net benefit is a soldier who could normally perform twenty-six reps of hundred eighty five pound squats could get this performed seventy two similar reps while wearing this device. Lockheed is currently working on hardening the components so they can withstand battlefield use in proving the hardest thing. So it's even more discreet and unobtrusive and tweaking the fitting process to ensure that soldiers can properly adjust it without tools on x will soon use a common electro mechanical structure and control software, which will be customized for firefighting legit. Disticts and military road transport on is being upgraded to us military specification batteries that are approved for infantry use. A robotic third arm appears to be highly useful as well. The US army research laboratory is developing it. It weighs less than four pounds hangs at a soldier side and stabilizes rifles in the sheen guns. It lifts over twenty seven pounds all on its own no word on when we will see this technology, but it sounds like we won't have to wait too long. Think you have good coordination, you're probably not as agile as MIT's. Cheetah three robot in a new video MIT demonstrates how the ninety pound robot, which is about the size of a full grown labrador. Dog can climb a flight of stairs. Littered with obstacles like roles of tapered wooden blocks while blind cheetah. Three can also Gallup jump spin around and walk on three legs. All without relying on cameras or external environmental sensors. There are many unexpected behaviors. The robots should be able to handle without relying too much on vision vision can be noisy, slightly inaccurate and sometimes not available. So researchers want the robot to rely more on tactile information that way it can Hindle unexpected obstacles while moving fast. The team developed two new algorithms which allow cheetah to blindly walkup clustered staircases gallop across rough terrain and quickly recover its balance after being pushed MIT researchers plan to show off the robots vision, free capabilities at the international conference on intelligent robots in Madrid, coming up in October, cheetah three is designed to carry out dangerous tasks like inspecting power plants or exploring disasters zones. There are countless occasions where we would want to send robots to do simple. Tasks instead of humans, dangerous dirty in difficult work can be done, much more safely through remote controlled robots than sending in real life person. One of the things that we learned from the DARPA robotics challenges that it's useful for robots to have legs to walk budgets, even more useful for robots to be versatile and adaptive with multi model locomotion capabilities that they can deploy depending on the situation at the DRC we saw all kinds of different designs. But one of the more unique approaches came from the university of Bonn in Germany with their robot. Memorial memorial used a Centaur design with four legs that had wheels on the bottom coupled to a humanoid upper torso with a head and arms. It was the top ranked European robot in the DRC, completing an almost perfect run in just thirty. Four minutes. We've since been wondering whether these Centaur designed would inspire other disaster robots, and now we have the answer and it's yes, a consortium of European research groups announced a new Centaur robot platform called appropriately enough sin taro the robot was built at the Italian institute of technology. That project is part of the sin taro consortium funded by the European Commission and coordinated by researchers from the university of Bonn. The same group that developed memorial, the goal of Santaro is building a human robot symbiotic system where human operator is tele- present with its whole body in a Centaur like robot, which is capable of robust locomotion and dexterous manipulation in the rough terrain and conditions, characteristic of disasters from the look of things. Sinn Tauro shares. The same kind of rugged capabilities. We've seen in other, I robots meaning that this could be a robot that manages to be both a research tool and real world useful at one point, five meters tall and weighing ninety three kilograms. Sin tarot is both larger and somehow more agile than the video might make. It seem it's made of lightweight, metals, like aluminum, magnesium and titanium with skins of three d. printed plastic inside are a trio of computers to Hindle perception control and motion planning along with enough batteries to keep Sinn Toro moving for two point five hours at a time. The idea is that this combination of quadrupeds and humanoid optimizes both stability and mobility while allowing a remote human operator too much more intuitively control the robots, arms and head since everything is oriented in a familiar way were looking. Forward to seeing more of house in taro integrates full tawny supervised Itani and Tele presence control with hardware. This capable l. the robot may be limited primarily by what it's smart enough to do along with the interface that lets human control it directly. Hopefully we'll start seeing more demos from IT to get a better sense of all the cool stuff that Sotaro will be learning. Got some spare time this weekend. Why not build yourself a working Rover from plants provided by NASA? The space Knicks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have all the plans code and materials for you to pursue end-use. Just make sure you've got an extra twenty five hundred bucks and a bit of engineering know how this thing isn't made out of Lincoln logs. The story is this after curiosity landed on Mars, GPO wanted to create something a little smaller and less complex than it could use for educational purposes. So they created rove from. e. That's what they're calling it anyway. Traveled with GPL staff throughout the country and showed off what it was capable of unsurprisingly. Among the many questions asked was often whether a class group could actually built one of their very own. The answer, unfortunately was no though. Oh far, less expensive and complex than a real Mars Rover. Roe v was still too expensive and complex to be a class project. 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