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Meteor shower set to put on a show

830 WCCO 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Meteor shower set to put on a show

"A celestial event this weekend as the annual Leonid meteor shower will be putting on a show known for their brightness and color they lay and it's also features some of the fastest moving meteors traveling at about forty four miles a second the downside this year is the nearly full moon will dilute the brilliance but you should still see about fifteen meters in our appearing to emanate from the constellation Leo Jim Shannon CBS

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The 2019 Leonid meteor shower is this weekend

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 11 months ago

The 2019 Leonid meteor shower is this weekend

"A celestial event this weekend as the annual Leonid meteor shower will be putting on a show known for their brightness and color the land is also features some of the fastest moving meteors traveling about forty four miles a second the downside this year the nearly full moon will be diluting the brilliance but you should still be able to see about fifteen meters in our appearing to emanate from the

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"US Air Mail service still had its own dedicated pilots and aircraft they were running mail along the transcontinental flyway while the contract airlines were handling shorter regional routes that changed over a fairly short period of time though and by nineteen twenty seven commercial the airlines were handling all of the mail by the end of the nineteen twenties almost four dozen airlines had postal service contracts once again the airmail business helped move mystery forward prior to the airmail act of nineteen twenty five? A lot of flight was still really precarious kind of improvisational pilots a lot closer to the ground between two hundred and five hundred feet that's between sixty one in one hundred fifteen meters they did this because they were navigating from visual cues below with their compasses there was not a lot else to the navigation process but as airmail made the industry financially sustainable at also opened the doors for companies art offering regular commercial passenger services with established consistent schedules it also was right on the heels of the Air Mail Act the first flight touchdown at Kim blur field outside of Atlanta in nineteen twenty six on a plot of land that had once been a racetrack candler field would of course eventually become one of the busiest airports in the world.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on Commons

Commons

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on Commons

"Crude oil and ten minutes later. The train is on fire. Firefighters raced to the scene and try to put out the blaze but water only makes it worse. The firefighters do the only thing they can think of the press, the big red button that shuts off the locomotive it works the fire goes out. But what they don't realize is that it also shuts off the air brakes that are keeping the train in place. The rail company sends someone to check in on the train, but the man doesn't understand that shutting off the locomotive meant the air brakes were disabled slowly over the next hour. The air leaks out in the ten ton train filled with highly explosive oil begins to move. Down below that hill. It's a typical warm summer night in lack Megantic people are at walking the streets enjoying the evening. Many of them are at a nightclub called the music cafe taking in a reunion show of two popular. Quebec musicians. It's about fifteen meters from the track. The train is rolling down the hill. Jean-luc Mont mini was a firefighter he'd helped put down the fire on the train earlier that night as he's heading home. He stops at a rail crossing it's flashing red, but he doesn't hear a whistle. Doesn't see any lights in the distance figuring. It's just malfunctioning. He decides to cross right then the train rushes past him on the track. Something's very wrong and he calls nine one one. The train is picking up speed the hill above lack Megantic is one of the steepest in the country. A blade live close to the tracks just past the point where the hillslope down even further the ghostly train. Rattles is house as passes? The train gains momentum as bearing down on lacked, Megantic and the wheels. Give off white hot. Sparks jill. Louis had been in the music cafe that night as he walked across the tracks. He sees the train speeding towards him. He dives out of the way the heat from the friction alone burns his shirt, into his skin. The train.

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Neandertal Spears Were Surprisingly Deadly

60-Second Science

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Neandertal Spears Were Surprisingly Deadly

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata time three hundred thousand years ago the scene a herd of horses struggling in mud a short five meters away, a group of early Nando tall hunters throwing volley of wooden spears towards the animals, and then probably coming into an injured horse, and then perhaps finishing it off with thrusting spear on Emeka milks a paleolithic archaeologist at University College London. But there's something not quite right about that classic scene. She says specifically the Neanderthals spears may have been more sophisticated and more lethal than we've given them credit for which would alter that. Ancient Tableau, we believe that Neanderthals could have thrown them from farther away that that would have allowed them to approach animals that maybe weren't disadvantaged, and they wouldn't have necessarily needed to come right up close to the animal to kill it off. With thrust. Some of these. Shots with throwing spare could be lethal to animal like that. If they hit in the right way this revised assessment of Neanderthal weaponry began with the crafting of spruce timber into replicas of an actual three hundred thousand year old spear. The surface was finished with the same kinds of stone tools used to make the original milks, then recruited six male javelin throwers to Chuck the replica at a hay bale at five meters. They struck the target more than half the time at ten to fifteen meters. A quarter of the time, but from twenty meters just one in six throws hit the hey, I mean, it's still not amazing. Accuracy. I have to say I was hoping for better though, she points out that the javelin throwers aren't trained to hit targets. Something Neanderthals may have been more skilled at and the experiments suggest the weapons were at least capable of sailing much farther than had been thought and high speed video of the throws proved the spears could strike with deadly force. The research is in the journal scientific reports the crafting of these ancient spears also suggest. Just some degree of intelligence, a concept of or intuition about balance mass and design, for example, whoever crafted these ancient spears use the denser, lower part of the tree trunk for the spirit tips intended to strike prey, but we still don't know which Neanderthals use this beers in battle. I want to emphasize that we chose male athletes rather than female athletes. Not because we don't think that women were playing a role in hunting. But because we needed a homogenous sample, but I'd be very curious to know how women did in terms of accuracy, perhaps another round of tests with women throwers can address that. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher dot.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on Z104

"To your control center. If you have the latest IOS twelve and once you download the new operating system, and you able live listen, you can turn up the volume on your iphones microphone to listen to things through your air pods. So you could literally like you said earlier leave the room. And then, you know, it would be interesting like if you introduce again, I could all this could be wrong. They said fifteen meters is like twenty steps away. Okay. So and again, I'm doing quick Google. So I really again. You get your car and drive away. You're in the same for same building. Yeah. One. If you like you said if a bunch of people were in a living room, and you go into the kitchen. Yeah. Go down the hall be interesting. If you were a girl who brought your boyfriend home to meet your parents for the first time. And then maybe you said, okay. Well, we're going to go downstairs and watch TV while you guys finish up on dinner or whatever. Yeah. I don't know fifty feet though. That's yeah. You then you left your room, and you heard what they really thought of him. Yeah. Kind of ugly. Yeah. And then when whenever the mom did I wonder if he's good and bad. So that's the trick. You might want to try it out. If you have is twelve and you have air pods tried out sometime. Remember that we told you this in bite make a little dirt, Laura. If you now that, you know, this is only around only say good things. Right. Yes. Exactly. What? If you see anyone with air pods in their ears. You know? When we come back next. We've got a thousand dollars on the way for you and a Friday morning phone scam. That you're gonna love.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Room, navy group, cutting PS of they are a f- Bont. Most importantly, professor John Croft nuclear physicist and Dr Bowen a man instrumental in the development of raid. It was late in August nineteen forty when the material they will gain to take across the Atlantic was assembled and Catholic placed in a black Japan deed box. Inside the innocuous. Looking box was some of the most coast league God technological secrets that Britain had to offer blueprints plans, mathematical calculations and projects, consenting jet engines, rockets proximity, fuses. Sonal super Chandra's gyroscopic gunsight self sealing field tanks, plastic explosive, and a priceless object with more than almost everything else put together at the time Britain lead the world in radon technology. By the start of the wall, they are f- had a chain of operating right stations around the south and east coast of Britain which were capable of detecting craft fifteen thousand feet out to a range of about one hundred fifty miles this system operated on the wavelength of ten to fifteen meters twenty three to thirty mega yachts born, right? I was also being tested at the wavelength of one point, five meters, two hundred mega heads because it had been appreciated for some time that showed a wave lengths would have considerable advantages for right on the problem with longer wavelengths. Was that the n. Teno couldn't be made highly directional. So ground returns often obscure the week echoes from an aircraft, the stickle faced scientists trying to develop a short wavelength. Right? Was that the transmitted power and receive sensitivity decreased rapidly for the shorter wavelengths? It was decided that a ten sentiment of wave length was needed to give the right on good target returns and allow it to be made small enough, particularly then tennis systems to be fitted on at crofton such it was in the physics department of the Birmingham university that the most advanced Bank Hume tubes were being designed and developed. The concept of the magnetron wasn't knew about creating a high power, stable, multi chamber cavity device that could be created within a suitable vacuum. Tube and used to amplify a microwave radar transmitter was the vinyl breakthrough. It was to chain home scientists, John Randall, and Henry boot who created a device that would meet the demands of balance calculations that cavity magnetron this device. Roughly the size of dinner plate could generate radio ways that up to ten kilowatts of power in the ten centimeter wavelength microwave right at hundreds of times the palm previously seen, but in a tiny fraction of the size of weight of our Queant. This was the priceless device that lay within the deed box. One of the first twelve production copies of the resonant cavity magnetron. Now, even more compact the production version was small enough to fit in the palm of the hand and look like clay pigeon used in skeet shooting with a few wise picking out yet. Get it could spit out pulses of microwave radio, and the g so powerful. Conventional scientific wisdom still put anything like it years off. It become Eddie bounds job to carry the bunks up to live Oppal to join the team on the ship. He had already had a few nightmares because the bucks wouldn't fit in the hotel. Safe bow in had spent the night with Britain's greatest military secrets, wedged onto his bed in the morning to add to his discomfort. The cabbie taking him to the train station wouldn't allow the small chest inside the taxi insisting that it be placed on the roof. He finally reached the train and found the special Mt compartment reserved for him and his precious Congo..

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on TechStuff

"Two magnets, and you try and put the the north end of each magnet next to each other, you'll feel them resist that they'll push against each other because like charge repels like opposite charges attract. So a positively charged particle will attract a negatively charged one, but the same charge repels and two positively charged particles like protons are going to resist getting smushed together. They repel one another, you have to overcome that tendency. So you have to heat up the hydrogen to millions of degrees Kelvin. That amount of energy will strip the electrons away from the hydrogen atoms turning the atoms into nuclei, which would make approach them just become a proton all by itself. But deteriorate, you would have a proton neutron together and hydrogen would change from gas form into plasma plasmas the most plentiful form of matter in the universe. Because again, that's what stars are made of, and we've already established how massive stars can be. Keep in mind the the sun is not the biggest kind of star we've ever seen. So it's the most plentiful stuff. It's essentially an ionizer gas meaning as free roaming part of electrons and nuclei inside of it. Now to get hydrogen to those temperatures to heat up hydrogen enough to turn it into a plasma. We use powerful technologies, and typically we use stuff like lasers or microwaves and ion particles to heat up the material to a temperature high enough where we can actually turn it into plasma. Then we have to use some form of containment to push all of those nuclei together. Big time we have to really squish them in so that they are within one times ten to the negative fifteen meters to fuse together. They had to be so darn close to each other, and we don't have the benefit of having an intense gravitational force. Like the son has because it's so massive, the gravity that the sun exerts is so strong that it that that condition is natural in the core of the sun. We can't replicate that on earth. We don't have the control of gravity, so we have to use something else. And we typically use stuff like magnetic fields or lasers or ion beams in order to do that. Explain how in just a moment. But first, let's take another quick break to thank our sponsor. I'd like to thank our sponsor glimp- glimpses a collaboration tool. It allows teams to work together to communicate with one another to collaborate on files to manage tasks. Essentially, it's a productivity tool, but it's so much more than just that sixty four percent of glib users deliver projects faster than they did before they used glimpse. So you know it works..

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The vehicle and you have got a very long pressure hose that comes out from the back of as yet so we've got about fifteen meters of hose and then if i start it up when you go the you created rainbow what are the best way to avoid having to use vehicles richards that fogging unit is to get to the fires before they actually take hold to stop them breaking out in the first place and i've come up to the pennine way just off snake pass in darbyshire to meet casey thorpe who's been coordinating a group of volunteer fire watches up here yeah it's a very worrying time for all the landowner's land manages and gamekeepers so whilst they're out fighting the fire like richard with his fogging unit we've pulled together a brilliant team volunteers and we've got eleven people out on the malls every day watching out for fires and have you found the local people have been really keen to come out and actually do something about the situation yeah everybody's really really involved communities not only locally in the peak district we've had people as far away as warrington sheffield manchester right in the south of the peak district towards darby absolutely team effort it's been brilliant head on way and i've just dumped into a couple of ladies who are supervising a gold jacob edinburgh expedition what have you made of the stories of these fires because either the smoking in certain places you can really see oh yeah we could see when we came up on sunday evening it's dreadful really very sad and two thing that some of them also might have been started deliberately that's even worse big concern coming up and so many youngsters got quiet las up here doing their fix inaugurate yesterday we had to change our entire routes a different mountain but we see the fire in the distance so we weren't that far away from it we thought they were actually going council dave bailey because of how it's been in because of the five seven conic just glad that we can do it fits so nerve wracking because you think it's going to come and spread towards here last thing you want is to be on a deary expedition when as a fire okay we'll look really good luck with the rest of the expedition thank you thank you i'm making my way across this this morning didn't you know when we got recording it squelch squirrel squirrel squirrel it's the whole white and it's it's crunching the landscape beneath my feet is crunching and that's because it is so incredibly dry christopher dean is from the peak district national parks moves for the future projects have you seen this before christopher i can't remember anytime in the last fifteen years i've worked in this marlins of pain this dry which is quite frightening really really worrying aspect is the way we parts outcasts is is the only source of water for firefighting in this particular area and dry big pool at and it's totally dry you can see these irises growing out of it looking very strange because they should be surrounded by water and tires are no football we have very unusual circumstances at the moment and what we really need to happen is we need a lot of ryan we've got a lot of long term issues that we need to attend to in getting bookbuilding plants back into these environments to retain water make the whole of the landscape more resilient firing future we're sitting here and around us we can say the whole skyline is blanket bog it's this is the hills of the the dark peak were probably a little bit blase we've got lots of the stuff that was sitting in here this is rare rainforest on a global scale if you look mapoulo world let's go all the blanket bog plotted on it so little of it so we have an international responsibility to protect this as well as we can you know when we were sitting here in little homework of peace looking out at the horizon with the ball cotton bobbing away in the wind and the grass blowing in the breeze absolutely beautiful but when you look chris did you feel optimistic about the future of peatlands like this all or you worry you're going to see them all up in flames i'm very optimistic for the future these these landscapes purely because we now have veterans astounding and we've got a massive amount more care about these landscapes but we do need to do more work to make them more resilient things like fire and to make sure that we.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The next fifteen metres for i seven forty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives here's jennifer scott he's got the pacific coast termite sixty jam cam it is a tough one your liba chino right now sixty westbound getting heavy starting at central at that point it's heavy all the way to the fifty seven birch now the south fifty seven he got slowing from temple out to sixty and considering what sixty loading up again right around a zoo leave as you said that will stay heavy out compact road vic expect on an offer to speed setting out your montebello toward each east la check of the four or five leading lax desma chuck what are the heavier drives here headed northbound away from the one zero five pretty well locked up all the way towards the tan and if you want to use northbound las sienna gates far from perfect here but if you were going to have to mid city la anyway it looks to be via superior rod southbound is a pretty good shape coming away from west la headed towards the lax about the five in orange county brian douglas northbound five right for the fifty five looks like cespedes trying to get a pedestrian and his dog off the freeway apparently was looking for a ride it's not gonna work that way nor five's going to load up jeffrey row now you're southbound side the heavy side in the morning heavy from the ninety one down the lincoln the more slowing right before the crush that'll stay heavy as you make your way down into fifty five heading down towards the five is slow getting for catella down the five southbound fiftyseven also taking a look at it pretty tough from temple into diamond bar you get a bit of a break it gets heavy again tell the pathfinder to about period and then again from the ninety one down into the crush so fifty seven's also rather heavy i would definitely not call it summer light at all and now you can use your ralph's you'll points earn up to a dollar off per gallon of fuel at participating shell stations limited time offer and restrictions apply visit rows dot com for details next report is at seven fifty five i'm jennifer your more traffic reports more.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on Latino USA

"He's lost love that he's looking at her without any detriment and after that she's like trying to get rid of that image goes to the center of the dance floor and starts going deeper into the music and suddenly boom everything changes and she's wearing these so like feather like costumes and there is a career if he around her and everyone's tensing in sink and danny i mean marina ends up flying like twelve to fifteen meters towards the camera and she and sat blake we'd her face lukin straight into a lands the film's own identity is also donating the finn can be a three lower the finn can be a romantic filmed the film is free enough to become a musical the intention to make a trends john nra film about a transgender correct who knew he had fun dusty guys nominated this year for the academy award for best foreignlanguage film sebastian lillio is the director and then y'all got is the lead actress coming up on let the usa we had one song vet renew was kind of emblematic of so many things in the film and that was remember me man burden stay with us not divi yes ma'am you do you love trivia puzzles nerdy games and humor what about interviews with actors musicians and people from all walks of life yeah then join me or fear eisenberg host of empires ask me another every week on the npr one app and wherever you listened to podcasts.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on Latino USA

"He's lost love that he's looking at her without any detriment and after that she's like trying to get rid of that image goes to the center of the dance floor and starts going deeper into the music and suddenly boom everything changes and she's wearing these so like feather like costumes and there is a career if he around her and everyone's tensing in sink and danny i mean marina ends up flying like twelve to fifteen meters towards the camera and she and sat blake we'd her face lukin straight into a lands the film's own identity is also donating the finn can be a three lower the finn can be a romantic filmed the film is free enough to become a musical the intention to make a trends john nra film about a transgender correct who knew he had fun dusty guys nominated this year for the academy award for best foreignlanguage film sebastian lillio is the director and then y'all got is the lead actress coming up on let the usa we had one song vet renew was kind of emblematic of so many things in the film and that was remember me man burden stay with us not divi yes ma'am you do you love trivia puzzles nerdy games and humor what about interviews with actors musicians and people from all walks of life yeah then join me or fear eisenberg host of empires ask me another every week on the npr one app and wherever you listened to podcasts.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on Science for the People

"Conservation international ought to catalyze action an impact to corrupt that mismatched back in balance between the amount of up potential that knee jerk world the amount of attention awareness undecideds receiving out and so i work with our our our with my colleagues around the world that you're in arlington officers to see how we can we can build a program are that that does indeed unlock the potential of nature whether it be through the development of innovative financing mechanisms on communications and and talking about climate change an effective way i'm so that the ruled major is on her story and that it's actionable uh and so that's where we look what my job represents is a bar identifying that vision uh and then i'm glad steering the organization the way that we can achieve those goals so how exactly to nature help us to solve climate change so about eleven percent of annual emissions are come from the the burning a clearing of tropical forests at at the same time when treat grow they cheek carbon are the atmosphere and soul up if you add up the potential all first stopping deforestation stopping the loss of argun rich ecosystems trees their trunks their leeds and the soil stood were vast amounts of carbon our end and a particularly close joke lawrence that may holds can store carbon to our ten armed with fifteen meters below ground are and so these these ecosystems their chock of of carbon and wonder cleared on that cargoes are the atmosphere sold a large portion of our annual on our contribution to climate change comes from the destruction of those ecosystem with.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"Ooh the wind had started the last ten or fifteen meters this summer this very low angle snow slope at bay were devastating for me i could it was so hard to figure out how to continue walking i was actually up there yelling at myself and punching myself in the thigh try indian make my legs keep working i agree great topol and i were we were i don't want to say we were lying to monica about adrian's condition but we were uh simplifying in and omitting a little bit more we would hope on i were doing was observing adrian's actions and balancing them off each other and saying well he seems yes his his speeches slightly slurred he's is thick but that's pretty normal for everybody that can happen with cold two he seems to be completely lucid uh but not um but not energetic so we we were just balancing everything and then we sort of condense all of that and give monica reporting keep him off the radio as much as we could uh and and the reason is because if if if we gave her every detail she would've toppled adrian to turn on hours before uh but unless you're with in this case of patience right i mean that's what she's looking at this as you know it's impossible to make a diagnosis i tell you know monica has been my expedition doctors since two thousand seven on every single expedition i've been on she is our brain up there we decided to give up some of our autonomy to.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The jacob and valeria lang was found asian supporting the health and wellbeing of under serb populations at loft odd work and by the listeners and members of kqed heading into a very nice weekend nobody is going to get into the 100s it looks like according to the national weather service and northern california seasonable unpleasant whether through the weekend with mostly clear skies afternoon high '70s and '80s the next trough moving into the pacific northwest by monday will stay north and east of the bay area keeping the region dry and seasonable this is science friday on my replayed o coming to you from the or freedom theater in wichita kansas now kansas was a different world eighty five million years ago for starters most of it was underwater the whole continent was split apart by a shallow sea that stretch from the gulf of mexico to the arctic ocean from there rockies to the appalachians and it was full of sea monsters sharks in giant fish and reptiles fifteen meters long swam the c while taranath don's flew overhead plus six foot long marine birds that still had he how do we know any of this hm when the waters retreated there remains the bones and teeth and even a stomach contents occasionally stay put stuck in these soft chawki shells of western kansas in fact some of the most spectacular fossil finds of north america have come from this day.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on WEEI

"Of fame induction ceremony this weekend lows of soak the full of of tokyo antonio a top girl too will impose a single day we will make the best decision for football to own this that is so dumb what does that you the best decision for the football team so vague tonio gates and philip rivers missed one day or two days when these guys have been in this league for fourteen fifteen meters that's going to be a probably can't go see their body lt getting the hall of fame this weekend this is not about football this is about compassionate being teammates isn't come robbery and being team h all about football as well and you're not going to allow that'd be gives them stupid days of practiced again football taking to the limits of being too serious right really the best football decision for our team of stopped of sickened by that one that it of course there's always a monte dei ends what the age are they sank dave dombrowski that's incredible all right always fought dave dombrowski that's the laugh the guy got i i wonder you know what eight it's interesting sort sour grapes ripe houston rockets have sour grapes because james harden does it win an mvp to the point where their gm says something ridiculous when it comes to a war it's next day enforcement nbc sports radio all of immaturity said.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on AP News

"Members of congress can use campaign money to install or upgrade home security systems that's according to the federal election commission api correspondent tim mcguire reports following a huge jump and threats against members of congress in the first six months of this year and last month's attack on the gop baseball team the fec has approved members of congress using campaign funds to beef up security at their homes how sergeant at arms paul irving says capital police have investigated nine hundred britt fifty threats this year while there were just nine hundred two and all of 2016 house majority whip steve scalise is in fair condition following a number of surgeries after he and four others were wounded in an attack by a gunman who was later killed by capital police and other officers tim mcguire washington at least fifteen metre tons of marijuana has been seized by albanian police they found the drugs hidden in a southwestern village scattered between three houses a statement said nine people arrested including two police offices and the head of the commune police seized five ak forty seven assault rifles full calls and other equipment chemical elements hashish oils and tools used to process the drug in the form of chocolates and pack them police said they found two hundred seventy cannabis plants of one police officer's house police also seized about seven hundred kilograms in a separate operation at another village this year police have made major seizures of cannibis stored in remote areas along the coast or on speedboats to be illegally smuggled to neighboring greece in nearby italy last year authorities destroyed two point five million cannabis plants and seized several tonnes in antismuggling efforts progressive brings you floetry with flo clean found flows she flows in no mind fueling the rank shown them all i heed the call seen the rest i choose the past sentences i sometimes it's not when the fox walks is it called foxtrot that's a real question compare progressive direct rates with competitors' rates is a progressive com progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates comparison rates not available.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Three former power company executives have gone on trial in japan on charges linked to the fukushima disaster it's the first criminal trial over the two thousand eleven meltdown at the nuclear plant which was sparked when it was hit by a massive tsunami our asiapacific editor cd hatton is following the trial and told me why it's so important well it's incredibly significant it's being very closely watched in japan because it's probably going to be the only child it's going to take place in connection with this a nuclear disaster uh that's because prosecutors originally decided against laying any criminal charges at all but then an inquest that was chaired by ordinary citizens demanded that a trial go ahead and so that's why three executives three of the top executives who worked for japan's power company tepco are facing charges now their defense they spoke today the former ceo tsunahisa cut samata he basically argued that this disaster this massive earthquake and then sue nami wave was impossible to predict prosecutors are going to argue against this that they're going to argue that actually these power company officials had been warned a several times of the risk of massive earthquakes japan is sits along a huge faultline but also the c nami risk the risk of a wave as high as ten to fifteen meters swamping the fukushima a nuclear plant and what that could lead to an so really is going to boil down to what did the executives no.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"But how'd you set of a lump of solid rocket fuel it's over fifteen meters too younis a pirates at nick initiator it's a gadget starts off the chemical reaction in nasa rockets and electrical current is not through war which he's up medic nights a small explosive charge this intern sets of reaction in a chemical called lead a aside its molecule made with the metro led and threenotch nassim sets the as ipods these much netam's react produce heat and nitrogen gas which trigger another more powerful explosive that in turn sets off the rocket and liftoff and it turns out this rocket science is used in lifesaving technology here on earth the airbag airbags let rockets kontena parts and they can negotiate set which who's the rapid breakdown of a chemical reducing laws of gas effect one rocket manufacturer in japan directly using technologies how a common a fracture a make their airbags nowadays airbox tend to use chemicals that react more efficient being cleanly but many were originally based on sodium as side which led the lead as i'd used by nasa we expertise sing nudging gas to molecules of sodium as side reacts give three molecules of nitrogen gas and the gas ouch possible euphoric rights in the original solid effect only about hunching thirty grams of sodium as light is needed for seventy leader rabbi during a crash there let's were circuit triggered the reaction filling the air bike in less than thirty may seconds much faster than up lincoln i the bike increases the time it takes you to slow down drain crash the longer the time taken the low the force the supplies the body this is particularly important for delicate organs such as the brain which can strike the inside of the sco.

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"fifteen meters" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen meters" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"But how'd you set of a lump of solid rocket fuel it's over fifteen meters too younis a pirates at nick initiator it's a gadget starts off the chemical reaction in nasa rockets and electrical current is not through war which he's up medic nights a small explosive charge this intern sets of reaction in a chemical called lead a aside its molecule made with the metro led and threenotch nassim sets the as ipods these much netam's react produce heat and nitrogen gas which trigger another more powerful explosive that in turn sets off the rocket and liftoff and it turns out this rocket science is used in lifesaving technology here on earth the airbag airbags let rockets kontena parts and they can negotiate set which who's the rapid breakdown of a chemical reducing laws of gas effect one rocket manufacturer in japan directly using technologies how a common a fracture a make their airbags nowadays airbox tend to use chemicals that react more efficient being cleanly but many were originally based on sodium as side which led the lead as i'd used by nasa we expertise sing nudging gas to molecules of sodium as side reacts give three molecules of nitrogen gas and the gas ouch possible euphoric rights in the original solid effect only about hunching thirty grams of sodium as light is needed for seventy leader rabbi during a crash there let's were circuit triggered the reaction filling the air bike in less than thirty may seconds much faster than up lincoln i the bike increases the time it takes you to slow down drain crash the longer the time taken the low the force the supplies the body this is particularly important for delicate organs such as the brain which can strike the inside of the sco.

sco nick nasa intern chemical called threenotch nassim japan fifteen meters thirty grams