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Olympics Latest: 6 Banished for Breaking COVID Rules

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Olympics Latest: 6 Banished for Breaking COVID Rules

"Team USA racked up six more medals on offense this Sunday morning in Tokyo American swimmers picked up three golds and a silver highlighted by Caleb Dressel who won the men's fifty meter freestyle and was part of the men's four by one hundred medley relay he helped set Olympic record times in both events just to set everyone down and put that world record right in our face and say this is something we can do and like my side we've all done the times you know there's no reason we shouldn't shouldn't get there so to see it on the board it's spectacular and it's really special how do you think won the other gold in the men's fifteen hundred freestyle American shot putter raven Saunders earned a silver with a throw of nineteen point seven nine meters and Hannah Roberts won a silver in the inaugural woman cycle BMX freestyle I'm Danny count

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Caeleb Dressel Joins Elite Club With 5th Olympic Gold Medal

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Caeleb Dressel Joins Elite Club With 5th Olympic Gold Medal

"Caleb Dressel highlights a golden man for team USA as the swimming portion of the game's concludes on Sunday morning Dressel open the heat by winning the fifty meter freestyle in an Olympic record twenty one point oh seven seconds and ended the heat by picking up his fifth gold medal as part of the four by one hundred medley relay team which also set a new Olympic record time Dressel finishes the Tokyo games with five gold medals Robert Fink won a gold in the fifteen hundred meter freestyle as team USA swept the men's and women's eight hundred and fifteen hundreds and team USA's woman snagged the silver in the women's four by one hundred medley relay I'm Danny cap

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Olympics Latest: Pole vaulter Kendricks positive for COVID

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Olympics Latest: Pole vaulter Kendricks positive for COVID

"Another day another collection of medals for team USA swimmers body think kick things off on Thursday morning and did someone golden fashion finishing its final fifty meters in a flurry to win the first men's eight hundred freestyle in Olympic history Caleb Dressel struck gold shortly after with an Olympic record forty seven point oh two second swim in the men's one hundred freestyle Americans Reagan Smith and Hailey Flickinger finished two three to take the silver and bronze in the women's two hundred butterfly and Katie Ledecky anchored a silver medal effort for team USA in the women's four by two hundred freestyle relay I'm Denny cap

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Wet Notes - 7-18-21

Scuba Shack Radio

08:38 min | 3 months ago

Wet Notes - 7-18-21

"This is what notes here on scuba shack radio for sunday. July eighteenth two thousand and twenty one first up. Today is an update on the upcoming boston. Sea rovers clinic. Historically the clinic was held in the early part of march just before the start in the northeast dive season. The show actually happened in march. Two thousand twenty just before the country shut down it was probably the last scuba diving show before cove. It wasn't possible to conduct the clinic in march. Two thousand twenty one as we were still at a high point of covy nineteenth spread infections so the decision was made to move the show to the first weekend of october in two thousand twenty one fall in massachusetts. That should be pretty neat. Tickets are on sale now for the boston. Sea rovers to day clinic in danvers massachusetts. Right now the early bird special is still available. You can attend the daytime. Saturday and sunday clinic along with the saturday night. Film festival for seventy five dollars. You can pick and choose your options and that's a pretty good deal. Don't wait check out the boston. See your oversight for all the details and get your tickets now now. Here's something new to help you with your fish identification. It's something called name that fish dot com name. That fish dot com was created by a guy named jake easterling and he is the co founder of a company called scuba. School botox mission is to reduce the cost and time requirements to monitor coral reefs by using artificial intelligence autonomous underwater vehicles and citizen science. I guess and of course this work. Jake developed a database of fish and came up with the idea of taking people's underwater video footage and identifying fish in the video. If you go to the name net fish dot com website you can view short video on what the finished product looks like. Jake also has assured Tutorial on how to make a submission the site says it will accept dot m. p. four emo v dot j. peg in png files. Max file. Size is one hundred megabytes and must be at least seven hundred. Twenty p or higher processing time is one to five days the more fish more processing the rare species. The longer it takes to verify and if your quality isn't that good don't be don't need more time to process. There's a little bit of disconnect on pricing. Jake says into in his short tutorial that you can set any price you think is best but there's also a button that says it costs three ninety nine in any event. Why don't you just go out and take a look at name. That fish dot com. I recently hadn't really interesting email. Come across my desk a few days ago and it was from reef divers. If you're not familiar with reef divers they operate with the clearly came in resorts. Cobol coast on grand came and the little cayman beach resort and the beach resort. They're known for their valet diving. Well reef divers is expanding our operation in the caribbean to turks. Keiko's now they are partnering with east bay resort on south. Keiko's it looks like they plan to be up and running there by late. August east bay resort sits on a mile long beach and boasted. Every room has a beach view. To get south goes she'll need to fly into providence jalis and then you can take either a short air hop over or board the ferry. It's not that long of a ride resort officer an all inclusive option. That seems pretty good reef divers outstanding operator in the caymans so sure that you can look forward to superior valet service from nemo turkson. Keiko's as well so many places to go diving. What it dilemma. Just about every week. Get an update from michael light. Any contains various tips and tricks for better underwater photography plus they also provide some product updates but also in this email is some other interesting information last week. They introduced me to an organization called washed ashore and the articles title said using discarded plastic to save the ocean. Now washed ashore. It is a five. Oh one three or c three nonprofit arts and environmental education organization aimed at bringing to light the world's plastic pollution problem. Well how well washed ashore started by angela ponzi who is a lifelong lover of the ocean and after the death. Her husband from a brain tumor. She turned to the ocean for healing. What she also found was that the ocean needed healing as well so she turned her artistic talents into creating sculptures. That are marine-related using the plastic. That is washed up ashore and they do some spectacular sculptures. I was also amazed by the fact that they have over fourteen thousand volunteers. Working with washed ashore. These are not small sculptures. Either you can check them out at washed ashore and take a look at some of their work. You will be amazed well. I'm sure that we've all heard about the billionaires who are competing to go into space amazing stuff for someone who grew up at the start of the space race in the nineteen sixties. But there's also another race going on and that's the race to build the world's deepest pool at the top of the list. Right now is deep dive. Dubai located in nod al sheba. Which is fifteen minutes from downtown dubai. It's an amazing sixty meters deep. That's one hundred ninety seven feet and contains fourteen million liters of water or three point. Seven million gallons. The pools constant thirty degrees celsius or eighty six degrees fahrenheit. It is team doesn't abandon sunken city. Now that's pretty cool. They have an onsite hyperbaric chamber restaurant gift shop and dive shop. Put this in perspective. The other deep pools around the globe include. Why forty in italy at forty two point one five meters deep spot in poland at forty five point four meters and there's either one coming online or it's online and crom cornwall england. That's called blue vis at fifty meters deep. I wonder if there's some kinda limit on just how deep can build a pool. I'm sure we'll be amazed and finally today. Here's another message in a bottle story. this time. It comes from michigan. It seems that jennifer dour the owner and operator of nautical north family adventures of scuba snorkeling. Glass bottom boat company was cleaning a windows on her glass bottom boat in the cheboygan river when she spotted the bottle inside. The bottle was a message from ninety. Five years ago it read will the person who finds a bottle return his paper to. George morrow cheboygan michigan until where it was found. The message was dated november. Nineteen twenty six. Jennifer posted this on social media and george morrow daughter michelle who's now under seventies reached out michelle indicated that her father was probably eighteen years old when he put the message out. There sounds like the battle didn't travel very far. However now i wonder just. How many messages in bottles are out there. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes here on

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Becoming Part of the UK EV Supply Chain

Electronic Specifier Insights

04:52 min | 8 months ago

Becoming Part of the UK EV Supply Chain

"We'll be speaking about the company's production techniques the benefits of using wise products and of course have the company's been adapting an pivoting during the covid nineteen pandemic so flip welcome to electric specified herein sites Coup think to kick us off. I think what will be good for. Our listeners is if you can give us a bit of background about track. Wise more what. The company does not on your involvement in the company. If the is so truck wise we were founded in nineteen eighty-nine nine designs limitation started as a printed circuit design. Bureau mood soon. Enough to manufacture and in the mid nineteen nineties was asked to make a nine foot lem prince a second vote and this very large nuts circuit was one of the la gsm gsm nine hundred by station at tennis. Oh the company in fell specialized in the manufacture of them not really really conventional printed circuit boards but products using printed circuit technology. In this case would some in it was printing on tennis again. These very large Up to sell to two point eight meters length so really for the last twenty five years. Tuck wise as making provincial infrastructure. Tata's for Industry in that has been a big big business loris. So i joined the business and we but that the company had this set had this manufacturing capability which was dead. The manufacturer Bodes my feeling. Was that if we could sell it to one. Then one company we will be able to sell it to others and i joined net. She pulled business internet in two thousand on that basis remote keble. Oh i second customer office. New custom was based in melbourne. Seth australia and we ended up in shipping tons and tons of products. That to let and it to melvin. Indem ultimately go to queens exploit that Interesting journey and but yeah so that. That's that's where we started from. And what's what would you say differentiates the flex circuits the track manufacture for mother. Fpdc's yup in kosovo am flexible printed circuits. As as a not a not a new technology was people making ftc's long before trackways was ever ever involved. Am what what we did was. We took a our existing large large format manufacturing capability and really develop it to be linked limited so that is a fundamental proposition to the mockus normally flexible printed second Size are typically six. Ten minutes is twenty four inches in length. There's a handful of people on the worldwide macy's who can make make larger boats tip avail to a certain size but really check wise offering is is length unlimited. So awhile back. The longest product we made was twenty five meters. We've made fifty meter long products. I'm damn nici this week about to launch into To making seventeen eleven product. You know so linson. Limited is a real proposition of the market. Yes i think. The graph on the track wise websites of highlighting a kind of the lengths that you guys can manufacturer as i write the case Whether liberals are going to get on this something needs pulse. I we're pretty proud of this technical ability. And it's his set me of his has gained some interest on the worldwide that we keeps promote that so much space thorough menu image. Coming them in the press. Explain a little bit more about the use of. Iht's the wiring harnesses soup today. I'd like to say it was a minute my class to teach it thinking. That was actually a an approach. Were originally buy royce. Aero-engines who looking for place the why hanis inside the aero-engines with flexible printed circuits in order to excite white and decide space because the aero-engines bake roughly eight meters the from fight to oversee the flexible printed circuits with a big rolls royce at hud. We made them met made big Badges that the reason we colder to improve thomas. Technologies is is the same reason the was originally. I'm originally developed spec in the middle of the century so that they do wolf a significant improvements conventional lot hanis

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Austria To Allow Skiing Starting On Christmas Eve

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:22 min | 11 months ago

Austria To Allow Skiing Starting On Christmas Eve

"Breaking ranks with other european nations. Austria will allow skiing mus eve but will limit the capacity of ski lifts and keep restaurants and hotels closed. This isn't ideal for business but it is something and afforest believe it is completely safe. Monaco's alexi corey. love explores. How australia is getting ready for. Its strange new ski season. Australians don't normally disobey orders but try and take away one of their favorite hobbies and see what happens. What are they doing are they. Bringing via the slopes are close but many of those people don't care and they're just just. That's me playing the mountain range with police show donnie general manager of strategic popular ski resort located around one hundred kilometers south of vienna. Because there's so many people like one forty calls per day just with people trying to get into mansion. Saw on the day i'm visiting. The sky is a dazzling blue with fluffy white clouds skidding overhead any other winter. That'd be hundreds thousands more people in the piece from the to trespassers. We've just seen but this year is different now. Austria will open. Its slopes christmas. Although even then it won't be business as usual the conditions on the which we are out to open them are kind of crazy because there's not going to be any hotels open. They're not going to be in a regular operation of restaurants. So i mean you have to imagine that people even if they just come here for day. They're going to spend the whole day on the mountain. They're not going to have the possibility to get indoors to to warm up like a. Maybe we'll find a solution how they are going to be able to to get some food takeaway style but they have to eat that food outside. We not in the city where in mountains area temperatures are going to be quite different whether you face in of for example. So it's kind of crazy because cover garment on the one hand says okay you. You're going to be able to open. But the conditions impose province for us concerning organization is focused just as neat and san viet. We infer young. Upper is sorted and crazy. Not but this man. Chancellor sebastian courts is determined to save christmas. Upton fianc hundred sixteen detail when the answer name fine with some bash chief on the mortgage the meat the asian befo cone in germany. France and italy have all forbidden skiing holidays fearing that would push up infections but australia has refused to toe the line however it will require people coming from abroad to go into quarantine and with hotels closed. This effectively leaves austrians as the only customers. But that's still welcome news for greece for the upcoming holidays. We're going to lose People coming from abroad so that's thirty percent of customers. also one day customers. They're coming from hungary from check. Republicans ocu- so we are going to lose them because it's not going to be easy to get into australian and other australia again so we're going to lose them but we expect to gain some customers from those types of skiers who usually would have gone to scares in the western part of austria which they cannot do knob would too far for for one second further on up. The slope brings explains heltzel to work on old the situation. We're going to face when it comes to take away operation of the restaurants on the mountain because people went out and found out. No that's not our restaurants but it's a it's a. It's one of the big ones in the mountain. Well you get the slopes you get the chair lift like with the bottom station in mountain station you get lots of people And not too much space to let. The people consume their their food the food they bought outside. So that's one of the challenges we're facing with the current government regulations because people are not going to be out to use the the space within fifty meters from the restaurant Which is quite a problem if you if you imagine having three to four hundred people standing around and they should not stand around At the slow because obviously there are skiers coming down so yeah. That's quite complicated. And that's why. I asked most of what the government thought creating those regulations for monaco. I'm alexi thank you alexi.

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Austria to allow Christmas skiing but many restrictions stay

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:12 min | 11 months ago

Austria to allow Christmas skiing but many restrictions stay

"Know breaking ranks with other european nations. Austria will allow skiing to start on december the twenty fourth but will limit the capacity of ski lifts and keep restaurants and hotels closed. This isn't ideal for business. But it is something and south authorities believe. It's completely safe. Because alexi cari olov explores how the is getting ready for the new ski season trends. Don't normally disobey orders but try and take away one of their favorite hobbies and see what happens. What are they doing. Slopes are a close. Yeah but Many of those people don't care just yup. Just that's me playing the mountain range with febreeze. Doni general manager of a popular ski resort located around one hundred kilometers south of china. Because there's so many people like one forty dollars per day just people trying to get into major. So that's the problem on the day. Visiting the sky is a dazzling blue with fluffy white clouds skidding overhead any other winter. That'd be hundreds maybe thousands more people in the piece the to trespassers. We've just seen but this year is different now. Trae will open. It slopes for christmas although even then it won't be business usual the conditions on the which we are about to open them are kind of craz- because there's not going to be any hotels open. They're not going to be in regular operation of restaurant. So i mean you have to imagine that people even if they just come here for a day. They're going to spend the whole day on the mountain. They're not going to have the possibility to get indoors to to warm up. They may be will find a solution how they're going to be able to to get some food that takeaway style but they have to eat that food outside. We're not in a city. Where in montana area temperatures are going to be quite different whether you you face in again for example. So that's kind of crazy because cover them on. The one hand says okay you. You're going to be able to open. But the conditions impose of province for us turning organization. Ms boost does need san viet. We infer young. Upper is sorted and crazy anoint. This man sebastian courts is determined to save christmas. Optum fianc six timber when the luibueno's answer named fine with some she fan. We the mookie. We add the middle east. Asian indian germany. France and italy have all forbidden skiing holidays fearing that would push up infections but australia has refused to toe the line. However it will require people coming from abroad to go into quarantine and with hotels closed. This effectively leaves austrians as the only eligible customers along. That's still welcome news for greece. It is for the upcoming holidays. We're going to lose People coming from abroad so that's thirty percent of accustom is also one day customers. They're coming from hungary from check republicans so we are going to lose them because it's not going to be easy to get in into australian other australia again so we're going to lose them but we expect to gain some customers from those types of skiers who usually would have gone to skiers in the western part of austria which they cannot do now because it would be too far for for one day trip up. The slope brings explains heltzel. Get to work on the situation. We're going to face when it comes to take away operation of of the restaurants on the mountain because people. No that's not our restaurants but it's a it's a it's one of the bigger ones the mountain. Well you get the slopes you get the chairlift like with the bottom station in mountain station you get lots of people Not too much. Space to people consumed are the food the food they bought outside. So that's one of the challenges we're facing with the current government regulations because people are not going to be allowed to use the space within fifty meters from the restaurant Which is quite a problem if you if you imagine having three to four hundred people standing around and they should not stand around at the slope because obviously there are skiers coming down so that's quite complicated and that's why i ask myself what the government thought creating those regulations

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Humans Have Caused the Most Dramatic Climate Change in 3 Million Years

The Science Show

11:14 min | 1 year ago

Humans Have Caused the Most Dramatic Climate Change in 3 Million Years

"Recently Assad with some research colleagues at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, a look at a brand new science article in which are climate model for the first time had recreated the climate on earth over the last three million years, which covers the entire geological pleistocene epoch. The Pleistocene is so important as it constitutes a point of reference for life on. Earth. Because although sure our planet has existed for four point, five, billion years it's only in the last million years. That earth has looked at least roughly in the way as we know it, the continents were roughly where they are today. The North and South Poles were covered with ice. The atmosphere had a similar chemical composition to what we have today. Planet, Earth. Our earth has only existed for three million years. All, comparisons further back in time are quite meaningless. And the manuscript I hold in my hand is not just reaching. My brain is also striking straight into my heart. A deep humility settles in when look at the graph showing the variations in mean global temperature on earth over the past three, million years it shows that we have never throughout the whole plasticine exceeded two degrees global warming compared to our pre industrial average temperature of approximately fourteen degrees. Never. This means that Earth despite all the stresses and natural shocks from fluctuations and Solar Radiation Volcanic eruptions, asteroid impacts and earthquakes has regulated itself within an incredibly narrow range minus four degrees. Celsius were in deep ice age plus two degree Celsius. We're in a warm interglacial period lasting three million years. It's absolutely incredible. Especially since we know why. It's earth's ability to self regulate the ability of the oceans to absorb and store heat the ability of the ice sheets to reflect solar radiation the ability of the forests to absorb carbon dioxide and the ability to be a safe and store greenhouse gases. The planet is a biophysical self playing piano whose music sheet stays. Within the minus four plus to scale. If that is not caused for humidity than I do not know what humidity is. And a deep concern in hundred and fifty years. In the geological blink of an eye, we risk now tearing this Planetary Symphony to shreds. Let that sink in. The global average temperature is now changing hundred and seventy times faster than over the last seven thousand years and it's doing. So in the wrong direction upwards when the current orbital forcing meaning are distance to the sun and the current low level of solar activity means that the temperature should in fact, be slowing down. You don't have to be a physicist to understand that we have a problem. Climate skeptics like to argue that historically the climate has fluctuated so much. So why shouldn't it be fluctuating now? Obviously. It fluctuates. But we are now racing towards plus three to plus four degrees warming. Sceptics like to bring up the little ice age the time when Swedish King Call The tenth Gustav Marched His army across the deep frozen great belt and the little belt in sixteen fifty eight to beat the Danes or that the vikings grew grapes in Greenland during the medieval warm period. Yes. Of course, this is true but it all occurred within the natural boundaries of minus four and plus two degrees. And it's here within this sweet spot that we must remain for our own sakes and our future? In August two, thousand, eighteen at the peak of that year's drought and fires in Sweden and Europe. We published a scientific paper where we tried to establish whether we are at risk of pushing the entire planet away from its current state of equilibrium, the Holocene epoch where we have been since the last ice age. This is fundamental. Our Planet Earth can be in three different states. It can be in a deep ice age as it was twenty thousand years ago with large is. Extending over the northern and Southern Hemisphere with over two kilometers of ice above our heads here in Sweden an ice extending as far south as Berlin. This is an equilibrium state as it is not only lower solar radiation that keeps earth in an ice age. It is also the feedbacks caused by ice. As the ice sheets grow earth gets whiter, which means that more more incoming heat from the sun is reflected back to space more ice means it gets colder which means even more is and suddenly you have a self reinforcing mechanism. This is what makes an ice age and equilibrium earth remains. They're not only because of the external forces from the sun but also thanks to these inbuilt biophysical processes in this case, the color of ice. Earth can also be in an interglacial an intermediate state, which is what we have today where was still have permanent is sites at the polls and we have glaciers on land and the biosphere with forests, grasslands, and lakes roughly as Earth as we know it. It is these two equilibrium states and only these two states that the planet has been over the last three million years that is during the entire Pleistocene. But then there is a third state when earth tips over from self cooling feedback loops to self heating feedback loops, which leads to an inevitable journey to becoming a hot tropical planet that is four, five, six, potentially seven, eight degrees warmer than today where in principle, all the ice has gone and the surface of the ocean is more than fifty meters higher than it is today and where the conditions for live is fundamentally different all over the entire planet. This is what we call hothouse earth. Or Highs Zaid hot time in German where the article when we published it drew so much attention doing this burning heat wave in the summer of twenty eighteen that highs Zaid was chosen as the word of the year in Germany. In this research, we tried for the first time to identify the global mean temperature at which we are in danger of tipping over from our current state, the Holocene interglacial, and embarking on a journey that would inevitably take us to highlight our conclusion is that we cannot exclude that the planetary threshold. The tipping point where we kickoff unstoppable processes of self amplified warming is at two degrees. Bear in mind we are today at one point one very mind were moving fast along a path that reaches one point five in potentially only twenty, thirty years and two degrees in forty fifty years. This is one I would argue of the biggest. Challenges of all to test whether we are right. Can the planet cope with or Canet not cope with higher temperatures than two degrees? But. My conclusion based on the knowledge we have today is that the planetary threshold to avoid triggering high Zaid is most likely at two degrees. Of course, it's not so that Earth will fall off a cliff at two degrees. The risk is rather that we would then pass a threshold where the shift towards hindsight would become unstoppable. In other words, we face an urgency at the timeframe whether we pushed the on button on not triggering stoppable warming is within the next few decades meaning essentially. Now, if we pressed the UNBUTTON and kick off the great planetary machinery with feedback loops causing self warming, then the full impacts may play out over three four, five, hundred years before we reach a new equilibrium state hothouse. A planet with over ten meters, sea level rise temperatures, and extreme droughts, floods, and heatwaves making large parts of earth uninhabitable a planet we do not want a planet that cannot support US humans. This requires from us that we understand two different time horizons. The short term time of commitment. When do we push the unbutton but then also the long term time horizon when we have the full impact hitting on people these are different but ethically, I would argue only the trigger moment counts, we cannot leave a damaged planet beyond repair to future generations. So to summarize the decisive moment when we press don't press the button lies within the next ten to twenty years. With consequences for all future generations a moral, bum. Are High site article concluded that degree Celsius is our ultimate planetary threshold that we need to stay away from. This article actually came out six months before our climate modeling showed that we've never exceeded two degrees throughout the whole pleistocene, the last three million years. In Two thousand nine, our planetary boundaries size showed that one point five degrees is a boundary we should not transgress because then we enter a danger zone of uncertainty. So perhaps you do understand my feeling a deep concern of humility in the face of our latest scientific findings, which really only says, one thing tipping points are real and if they're crossed, they lead to unstoppable changes, which requires a new relationship between us and our planet, and that we realize that we are facing a new ethics. What we do today will determine the future on earth for all our children and their children.

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SpaceX launches Starship prototype on dramatic test flight

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:28 min | 1 year ago

SpaceX launches Starship prototype on dramatic test flight

"So I up some news on space of course earlier this week, they had the successful completion of the crew demo to mission with the splashdown astronauts, Bankin and Doug. Yesterday. We had some more good news on space x with the successful test flight hundred and fifty meter hop as they are known, which is just a launch and then a quick landing of starship prototype vehicle S and five or serial number five. So this was a similar to these star hopper flight that happened last year. If you remember that and the reason, these tests are so exciting because this is the. Iteration process for the vehicle that will eventually carry humans to Mars at least that is the goal Yulon in June said that they are targeting to for the first cargo mission to Mars and twenty twenty four for the first crude mission. Among other things, this test is based XS next generation raptor engine. This test flight was a single engine vehicle. The final starship is supposed to have six raptor engines and that will. Eventually sit on rocket booster called super heavy with thirty one of the raptor engines as far as what comes next for starship. Yuan, said quote we'll do several short hops to smooth out launch process. Then go high altitude with lots and quote in reply to a tweet from rocket photographer Austin Bernard, which read quote today marks the beginning of a new era even though this is a small step, we are A. Giant leap closer to Mars than we were yesterday. The Future of interplanetary travel is upon US Mars here we come and quote Yulon replied quote Mars is looking real and quote also in response to on twitter he said progress is accelerating salon was clearly very happy with the results of

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Xiaomi announces an international version of its Mi Band 5

Daily Tech News Show

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Xiaomi announces an international version of its Mi Band 5

"Announced an international version of its low cost. Me Band wearable. The first time the device will be officially sold outside China the me, smart band five sports activity. Tracking for eleven exercise modes with heart, rate, sleep and stress, monitoring and menstrual cycle tracking it offers magnetic charging claimed fourteen day battery, life and water resistance to fifty meters compared to the China exclusive me band five. The international version does not include NFC or these Zhao, virtual assistant pricing and release dates were not

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Evan Peikon on Harnessing Energy System Feedback for Optimal Individualization of Strength, Size and Endurance Training

Just Fly Performance Podcast

07:56 min | 1 year ago

Evan Peikon on Harnessing Energy System Feedback for Optimal Individualization of Strength, Size and Endurance Training

"Evan. Welcome to the show today. Thanks for being here. Yeah thanks for having me none. So what Let's start off by you. Giving us a little information on what your what. Your background is as not just just to coach and what you do in the educational space but also your background is an athlete. In what will cut you into this whole thing. In the first place I come from a track and field and cross country background. The my best was the hundred meters so my entire interest with everything that I'm doing now. Kind of stemmed from competing in track and field cross country in selfishly smart to do whatever. I could to improve my own performance I'd kind of our rocky competitive career to say the least kind of bumping into some injuries a lot of bouts of Kinda slamming my head against the wall and maybe not seeing the progress that I wanted to so after spending a lot of years gone through that I kind of stepped out of competing in that sport and start to transition into cross fit and using all the different things I learned along the way and then that naturally led me to coaching athletes in this sport now being involved with an organization that works with athletes sent a handful of different sports as you say with. Us Air Davis or something about the eight hundred eight hundred runners and and Deok sedation and and lactate and everything that goes in those energy systems that I think I think the eight hundred really lends itself well to being that event that kind of sparks curiosity. Because even you're standing on the starting line of Eight hundred meter. Obviously the people. Listening can't Sean Belgium. Not a huge dude. But you're on the eight hundred starting line and you guys that are built like me the kinds of look like two miles or five characters and you look to the left you. There's a dude who's built one hundred meters sprint and probably is forty pounds on you in all of your kind of running the same times in off the bat. That doesn't really seem like it makes that much sense. Like in the hundred meters sprinter week. Probably Guess WHO's GonNa win that pretty easily if we bump it up to the two mile. We know who's going to win. But they entered meters kind of weird intersection where you have completely different body types competing in it and I think that lends itself to trying to figure out why that is like wisest dude that has forty pounds on me holding his ground or Wise Dude. Who is half my size out kicking me in the last fifty meters yeah. It's it's one of those races that even in my first days homicide probably was reading about this in high school just because I was the weird kid in the track that who brought brought along the USA Track and field. Coaching Manual Dan. O'brien on the Front of remembers that book but I remember saying that the eight hundred is the one I mean. There's all the events to an extent for sure I think the four hundred two and then I think the further you get away from that center. I think the more similar events probably can be trade for some level although there certainly are similar or differences at all levels. But it was like you look at. Arthur leader training. I mean people like Peter Snell at high. You can do high mileage eight hundred trading low mileage eight hundred trading something works. The training could be so radically different for all these different athletes on what produces the best result and it seemed like. That's that event in that the minute forty five to two minute. Maybe a little bit over two minute timespan that you just get these massive massive training differences and I think that really taps into understanding like wooden athletes to watch limitation is because even if we think of something like that really high trotting there's appeared rows really obsessed with that concept because I was reading all the Arthur yards. Stop in Highschool. I'm telling my coach like we need to run a hundred miles a week. Where training at third year forty miles a week? Which is pretty moderate volume for someone dabbling eight hundred to a mile in understanding. Now with all the things that I've seen working with like are pretty diverse body of athletes. You tend to see for example if someone has like if we would call a good delivery imitations limited. By cardiac output versus someone who's limited by Oxygen Utilization? The muscle few take something like Really High Volume Zero. Bec- training and you give it to both of those athletes. You might see the athlete with deliver in the meditation making improvements. And you see the athlete was limited by Oxygen Utilization. The muscle doesn't do anything for them. So you have one camp saying like this is the greatest thing I've ever seen the other campaign like that doesn't do anything and the reality is both of those. Statements are completely factual. Like what is one man's junk volume is the other man's greatest tool in his arsenal. And I think you could really say that about anything. In the training worlds because performances marriage of an athlete's physiological predisposition and the event demands. So I think any training protocol might or might not improve that athlete's performance and I think having that layer of individualization is kind of the next step in the training world instead of having these camps like Kito works hit works long. Slow endurance works like everything. Works for someone. It's always the person that works for always becomes the Messenger and and or the athlete. Who loved this type of trading when they were competing and it's all their athletes are going to do that and again in in I think the further you get away from the eight hundred four hundred the the more maybe that could be okay on some level. I think it's got depth of those four hundred eight hundred athletes. I don't know I mean I think a good strong training culture. Sometimes you can overcome pieces of that But I I was. I'm really curious. You just mentioned something. It was Delivery Verse Oxygen Delivery Versus Utilization. What what are the I mean? It sounds pretty straightforward. But could you get into the differences between those two? How do you measure those? How do you tell if someone when they're doing aerobic work should be Could be doing the long slow distance like junk miles like you say if they want to improve their aerobic system. That does not really help them. It's not a low hanging fruit. Yes so the way that I think about it. Alkies factory analogy for sports performance. So we imagine like we have all car factory and let's say were using hot wheels. Cars said super simple. Put them together. Maybe we like paint the hot wheels car. We slap the wheels on but the doors. I don't know how these things are made In out of all those steps putting the doors on the is by far the slowest step so we WANNA get more cars out of our factory. It's going to be a complete waste of time to paint the cars quicker steering wheels quicker instead. We want to put all our efforts to get in those doors on faster. Because that's the rate limiting step. The same thing applies in any energetic sport out of all of the different processes occurring simultaneously in our body like God knows how many there are thousands of things happening at the same time. There's really only a small handful of them. That really impact our performance in a meaningful way. So we make it really reductive. Each user have could have their own sub components we have the respiratory system is a limiter and what that's going to do an ideal world that allows you to get out to into the body ended allows you to get co two out of the body we have. We had like muscular oxidative capacity or oxygen utilization so once the board not to get into the tissue s the ability to pull the oxygen off of the hemoglobin headed into the Mitochondria and use it for energy production. Then I say delivery but other people you say cardiac output I just like the term delivery because s science in Nigeria. And that's once you get oxygen into the blood of the Alveoli through the respiratory system. That's cutting it to the working muscle. So as you're going to be the three primary energetic winners that were going to be

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"fifty meters" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on KQED Radio

"About how nice it would be to have two grandchildren still come here and see them as well please I'm moving river suffice when the ice melts most of the new snow falls in the mountains they stop moving and they die is longer than most American insing Masinissa on LA yeah no still consist of to the hottest months on us in recorded history media from around the world came to the unveiling the first memorial took place you on a mountaintop this book is the first I stand the place to to lose its status as in the next two hundred years all our cases would phone of the city this monument is to acknowledge that we know what is happening and what needs to be done only you will know if we did it also an environmental campaign Andriy snowed Magnuson wrote oaks at the tough which he called a letter to the future so we put this plaque on the top where previously was fifty meters of snow or ice and we were wondering what kind of ritual to have when you say could buy tokens because it must become a ritual because we are going to say goodbye to two hundred of them and should we do it to every single one of them the next one in line is slight friendship with you so when I reach my seventies I can write the memorial to the concert something that should surpass me but not all the glaciers in.

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How and when to see 2019's last major meteor shower

America's Truckin' Network

02:11 min | 2 years ago

How and when to see 2019's last major meteor shower

"Twenty but if you're a star gazer you need to focus on the remainder of this year one of the top meteor showers is about to put on a dazzling display they tell us arguably the best meteor shower of the entire year will peak on Friday night into early Saturday morning according to accu weather's astrology blogger the German adds shower is just as were slightly more active than the Perseid meteor shower back in August this meteor shower is in in particular was a good one for younger children who can't stay up well into the overnight hours yeah the Gemini ends they explain are unique in the fact they produce a large amount of me years during the evening of course the hourly rates gradually increases the night transpires with the number of geminate streaking across the night sky expected to peak somewhere after midnight the twenty nineteen show come out Friday night may bring as much as many as one hundred fifty meters per hour according to the American meteor society the old temper your expectations as the the shower peaks the same night is December's full cold moon so we're gonna have an abundance of natural light pollution from the moon that would wash out the dimmer meteors how read reducing the number visible per hour from over a hundred down to probably maybe just a few dozen but even the anticipated diminished rate is higher than a number of meteor showers throughout the year all right so in the course you've got to have your clear skies which we get that storm system and I think the eastern seaboard not many areas in the east are looking at favorable viewing conditions but if you're out and about and you got clear skies Friday night

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NASA Finds India's Vikram Moon Lander Crash Site

AP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

NASA Finds India's Vikram Moon Lander Crash Site

"NASA says it's found the debris from India's moon lander which crashed on the lunar surface in September US space agency which released a photo showing the side of the lenders impact and the debris field is crediting Indian engineer Sean McGrath a Brownian for helping locate the site is theater presents India's space agency lost touch with the lunar lander after crash landed during its final approach to the moon's South Pole to deploy a rover to search for signs of water a successful landing would have made India just the fourth country to lead the vessel on the lunar surface and only the third to operate a robotic rover there somewhere I mean who's thirty threes as he examined and earlier NASA photo to locate the debris and says it took days of work to find the crash site NASA says he first located the debris about seven hundred fifty meters or half a mile northwest of the crash

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"fifty meters" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm a good guy have legal first yeah I well I'll take it with cash as Winston taken our nation's Winston well that's always a good gas right I'm going there in right nobody has the right I think they should be okay okay here we go before we get going to god do this I love to do it as a listed Barker was part of our winning team see the whole line up store locator at dot com let the Fishel hardware for care provider the fifty states and you Hey by the way so there's is Black Rock people jump off of it and I jumped off of it a rumor is true the video pictures anything any advertising hard part was getting to the top what I gather is easy but Matt says I just jumped off right that's talking about died a long hike I did I did a few days ago this is as well it is if you have to swim maybe fifty meters out the longest climb up model walk which just kills your feet I can still feel like oh yeah and that is about a ten metre diving itself it's exhilarating so you actually go no but I will you're gonna die today we get a shot and you and you too okay in game three it'll be me by myself please do not going to be in the hospital by the.

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"fifty meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I shot like that again my teeth would fly down most would be with us okay let them do it the one that that the US she covers her mouth and giggles she's only got about forty that flood was likely caused when an unstable lake formed on the local place here it's cold altered and when that like bus it cause flash flooding across northern packs down with three great mountain ranges mate the Himalayas the Hindu Kush of the Karakoram residents have long relied on the seven thousand glace is nestled here for their livelihoods they treat them like living beings but now the melting foster than ever before the shrinking about half of them forming on stable lakes at least thirty might bust the main driving factor is global warming that's David Mauldin he's the director general of the International Center of integrated mountain developments it focuses on these ranges we got some of the best glaciologist together from the region looking at what's happening to the glaciers he says the mountains a heating up faster than the plains below if we stick to the present emission trends will lose two thirds of our glaciers we wanted to see what a shrinking Lacy looks like so we scrambled up a nearby mountain to see the old have chalazia places can be black or white the old that is black because of all the rock and dust and dirt and suit it has absorbed how we just climbed up let me tell you what we can say Hey there's a ravine that black thing is the glaze scea Hey so with me is not the in the guide what was it before this chalazia the aggression was there now is almost around fifty meters big listed a shrinking and residents are taking action to adopt in the how to valley they're preparing for the next big flood well because of preparing a pause so because can reach this area to clear debris foster therefore find parts of the river bank to prevent the next flood from washing away more lands in all the villages folks planting trees to slow down flash floods they're also installing only monitoring systems one village Coleman is waiting for the wind to fund a supporting role to block the path of Iglesia that threatens to flood and wash them away a resident Russian he's only got one name says in some villages with Iglesias of dried up they're trying to grow new ones using a local technique the matting process the mating process he says they might male and female glaces inflation grafting you must have male and female last year the glaciers which is which is covered by mark on other materiel status man the glaciers which is clean that is he says residents collect hundreds of pounds of laci lice and transported to a shady mountainside with I hope it will take root and form a new place yeah so it's like you could planted and it will grow if Google reading five scientists I spoke to say there's no proof that it works but it shows how desperate residents saw and that confused like final that farmer in the house to valley I think maybe start a lot more CV says she's unsure full the efforts to lessen the severity of the next level work Justin to look out for one two level she says she's not sure if it's worth staying on the land if she has to live in fear of it do you have date NPR news the hot shoe valley and you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news one is this year's breakout performances in an American movie was by a Chinese actress she made her U. S. debut in the film the fare well playing a grandmother whose family doesn't want to tell her she has cancer here she is teaching her granddaughter played by Aquafina how to do tai chi hold on hold on although there's already buzz for Joe should gin and Thursday she was nominated for an independent spirit award here is NPR's on the lead the buckle we find Joshua Jennette glitzy holiday party at the art deco sunset tower hotel among the gas sipping cocktails eating orders and taking in the city views are actors Adam Sandler Willem Dafoe and the new Batman Robert Pattinson likes to gin all of these stars that in the studio a twenty fourth party were nominated for spirit awards and there's talk of more accolades to con very colorful there's a lot going on through her Mandarin interpreter she Jen says this is her first Hollywood party actually her first time.

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"fifty meters" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on KTRH

"To America meet your society onlookers should start looking for shooting stars around eleven PM eastern standard time I can tell you looking for men died for the best chance to see the potential new your storm if you're not outside during this window you're going to miss it so we've all heard of me your showers spark from Europe passes through a field of debris left behind by an asteroid or comet if the dust trail is small and dance the resulting me your shar may result in hundreds or perhaps even thousands of meters burning up in just minutes here on planet earth now keep in mind the one thing about this unicorn meet your show is that site is are unsure about why this is happening or what exactly is causing it they don't know what it will yield as far as fireball sizes they don't know it's mysterious a lot like the unicorn itself so again that takes us back to the mysterious idea what's going to happen in November twenty first will there be a fire ball we speculate about some sort of meet your head or something will happen okay so I got sent this of from a listener told me the sources the hell Turner show I'm not familiar with how Turner I don't think but it says here is as oceanographer exit oceanography oceanographic instruments oceanographic instruments watering the South Sea the South China Sea have reported a significant explosion that happened at six twenty two PM eastern U. S. time military sources are saying the explosion took place under water the depth of approx we fifty meters because an underwater shock wave of sudden presence of such strength to be exposed himself had to be between ten and twenty kilotons.

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"fifty meters" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Passes through a field of debris left behind by now after college if the dust trail is small and dance the resulting me your shar may result in hundreds or perhaps even thousands of meters burning up in just minutes here on planet earth now keep in mind the one thing about this unicorn meet your show is that scientists are unsure about why this is happening or what exactly is causing it they don't know what it will yield as far as fireball sizes they don't know it's mysterious a lot like the unicorn itself so again that takes us back to the mysterious idea what's going to happen in November twenty first will there be a fire ball we speculated about some sort of meet your head or something will happen okay so I got sent this of from a listener I told me the sources the hell Turner show I'm not familiar with how Turner I don't think but it says here is is oceanographer exit oceanography oceanographic instruments oceanographic instruments watering the South Sea the South China Sea have reported a significant explosion that happened at six twenty two PM eastern U. S. time military sources are saying the explosion took place under water the depth of approx we fifty meters because an underwater shock wave of sudden presence of such strength to be exposed himself had to be between ten and twenty kilotons sources.

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"fifty meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Casualty figure although hospital say they've admitted thousands of wounded civilians from the private residential areas in which the fighting is taking place and so you don't sing on me check points the family made their way across the city to the chase you at university when you see a worked as a cleaner the chase you it's widely respected outside the country as progressive intellectuals was seen by the right wing government and the powerful military as dangerous leftists but Lucy a thought in the leafy campus her family would be safe in the early hours of November the sixteenth she was discovered just how wrong she'd been tell ya que yeah and by that sad yeah we were woken by the noise of gunfire I got up and went to the window of a little room next to where we were sleeping a good site of a group of men in camouflage uniforms all fully aren't I couldn't see their faces because there wasn't any lighting outside I could see the group clearly because there was a full moon and I thought what are they doing here in the university I feel free I almost went how to tell them off but I stayed put watching from the window and then I heard the voice of one of the priests coming along the corridor from his room I had to say to them this is an injustice is belittling whose bestia after that silence and then shooting heavy gunfire all over the place and amid the shooting I could hear things been broken and screaming coming from inside the rooms with the priests slept but he couldn't hear the voices of the priests anymore he was about fifty meters from where I was hiding it wasn't far toll and what did you think of that moment journal minus only sounds.

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How Berlin is marking the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Wall

AP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

How Berlin is marking the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Wall

"Of the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall includes a string of neon lights along the river spree recreating the former border between east and West Berlin the blue glow of neon rods stretches one hundred fifty meters or four hundred ninety two feet and is accompanied by one hundred forty flashing rescue lights representing those who lost their lives trying to cross the border the wall stood for twenty eight years before began being torn down I November ninth nineteen eighty nine and events have been going on in Germany to celebrate the fall of the wall in addition to the floating neon booties artwork is being projected on the parts of the wall the multi media shows become an open air

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Using AI in Malawi to Save Elephants

Environment: NPR

03:03 min | 2 years ago

Using AI in Malawi to Save Elephants

"Officials are using artificial intelligence and machine learning to stay one step ahead of poachers cheers and keep elephants from killing villagers. NPR's Dina Temple Ralston reports from allow as part of the NPR series. I'll be seeing you about the technologies that watch us. The best way to get close to. An elephant is to use an old-fashioned tracking method. We saw the fresh. Dung piles along the road and followed those found him in this clearing. It's an enormous elephant is money grass less than twenty feet in front of us. It's magical the one day. National Park is two hundred square miles of seems leans just like that and seeing them makes it hard to believe that just four years ago the park was on the verge of collapse so I always describe me Wendy as we founded as being in a state of terminal decline. That's park manager Craig Reid. He arrived here four years ago with a nonprofit organization called African parks and his job job was to bring Lewanda back from the brink so fictitiously what would have happened. Had we not intervened would be a title elimination of all laws laugh over the ten in year period following the things that go wrong in a failed park go wrong very fast in the Wendy's case it went beyond crumbling infrastructure or washed out roads poaching was endemic. An elephants were killing villagers outside the park various. Danni has a small house just outside the park's fence line. He's a retired retired schoolteacher. My heart disease fifty meters from the this fifty meters from the data's. Donny is a subsistence farmer and he and his family rely on the garden for food. He grows mangoes and corn and rice which happened to be three of an elephants favorite foods. Elephants have a sweet tooth so proximity limited food and opportunity. That's all you need to spark a human elephant conflict. This is the sound from a video of an elephant charging in the one day after hippos elephants kill more people in Africa than any other animal. Try shoeing and elephant off a field and and this is what you face an adult female ways over three tons. A bull elephant is typically over six park manager. Craig reads has being killed by an elephant is a horrifying thing these big bulls will charge a person and when people are caught by an elephant that nominate using yeah trunk knocked him to the ground and then kneel on them crushing other within knees or with the base of the trunk which at that point Zoll killed buildup and almost activist done. Zahi is seen it happen. You said several years ago a herd of elephants came out of the park and into the field I did he was designed to serving working without the seven people killed in one day. These kinds of deadly episodes have a ripple effect. Smugglers and international cartels will look for local farmers not done Sanni who have had these kinds of run INS with elephants and they'll promise them enough money to buy food for their families. All they

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"fifty meters" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news it's All Things Considered Ahmadi Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro a failing national park in Malawi has become ground zero for an experiment in conservation officials are using artificial intelligence and machine learning to stay one step ahead of poachers and keep elephants from killing villagers and here is dina temple Rastan reports from allow we as part of the NPR series I'll be seeing you about the technologies that watch us the best way to get close to an elephant is to use an old fashioned tracking method we saw the fresh dung piles along the road and followed those found in this clearing an enormous elephant is munching on grass less than twenty feet in front of us it's magical. who won the national park is two hundred square miles of scenes just like that and seeing them makes it hard to believe that just four years ago the park was on the verge of collapse so I always described the one D. as we found it as being in a state of ten of the client that's park manager Craig Reid he arrived here four years ago with a nonprofit organization called African parks and his job was to bring one day back from the brink safe activity what would have happened had we not intervened would be a total elimination of a loss loss of the ten year period following the things that go wrong in a failed park go wrong very fast in the one his case it went beyond crumbling infrastructure or washed out roads poaching was endemic in elephants were killing villagers outside the park. various don's ani has a small house just outside the park spend slide he's a retired school teacher my house he's fifty meters he from the defense fifty meters from the Midwest Dunn's ani is a subsistence farmer and he and his family rely on the garden for food he goes mangoes and corn and rice which happened to be three of an elephant's favorite foods elephants have a sweet tooth so proximity food an opportunity that's all you need to spark a human elephant conflict..

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A Plant-Strong Promise Kept

Plant Strong

12:27 min | 2 years ago

A Plant-Strong Promise Kept

"This hot august night. We were eating outside on the porch that overlooks the finish line that we'd set up for the family traffic on the next morning and this is homegrown event. It's the culmination of six months of coaching and training for joe and going from in his words a completely sedentary couch potato to a full blown triathlete and we had every member of my family at the table able we had my mother and my father that we call s._e. <hes> my sister jane and her husband we had my two brothers ted and serb and their spouses and their kids <hes> gaggle of nieces and nephews and of course we had joe inga a and his family his wife and his two young kids and i want you to know that as i was watching joe giving his toast i started welling welling up inside with pride thinking about how far this man has calm over the last half a year and you'll be hearing thing about it and you'll also see pictures of his transformation shortly. They're super impressive now. After dinner and everybody was kind of mulling around i i pulled joe into my father's office for one final conversation before the race in the morning. If you guys remember when when i met joe back in february he said that alongside engine to one of his big inspirations to start eating a whole foods plant based as diet was the movie forks over knives and we recorded this pre race interview in the office where forks over knives fill my father pouring over his epidemiological research in the movie so if you saw that you'll know exactly where where we are all right joe. This is this day. We've been waiting for for for six months and i we met that b._n._b. And new york back in early february two thousand nineteen and here we are august august. What is today today sixteenth fifteenth so august fifteenth. It's august fifteenth right. Sixty ain't tomorrow seventeenth and man. It's been a great run yeah. It's been a great run and <hes> after tomorrow. We're going to be letting you loose out got into the big bad world and i know you've been in the big bad world but as you have said tonight at dinner during your toast can add some stops and starts for thirty days ninety days and now <hes> how do you feel going forward after after it's going to be a piece of cake at this point. I'm i'm so used to so it is like i if i go out to a restaurant. I don't second guess anything. I i know exactly what's asked for what to look for. You know when i'm food shopping i. I don't even need to read the labels. I know exactly what i'm going for. So a lot of the difficulty is is gone you know and <hes> i've expanded my my menu you and my options so i have a lot of recipes under my under my belt now which is a lot slimmer now than it was when i started but <hes> die daffy good and so for people that don't know how far you've come <hes> what's happened with with your weight with your blood your into your blood chemistry with your mental attitude all that stuff so <hes> i haven't really gotten my blood checked since our sixty day checkup but at that point i believe we we were down twenty five percent on everything i know my resting blood pressure my blood pressure. Now is ten points lower on the systolic and diastolic than it was before. I know my resting heart. Rate is probably about sixty to seventy roughly and it used to be ninety to one hundred which was always like that so it's a lot better there i went from forty inch waist to some thirty two's are big so i lost a lot of weight approximately forty pounds. It actually was just under one seventy the other day i started to thirteen so i was like one sixty nine so it's like forty five pounds and i feel awesome awesome so of course weight loss is a wonderful benefit of eating this way and and when you're eating a whole food plant strong diet that is high in fiber high in water very nutrient dense calorie light losing wait is a sustainable byproduct that just happens but what also happens is we start to get and become i'm very attractive on the inside of the cellular and molecular level our blood chemistry our blood pressure improves <hes> if we're pre pre-diabetic <hes> we start to reverse that stuff and so i want you to understand what's going on inside and and so i asked my dad to help describe what's going on with these important changes internally what s see in your mind what's going on on the inside <hes> with joe it cellular level molecular level <hes> that is also a pretty attractive well. You have to recall that the the body is an absolute symphony of these wonderful chemical reactions that are absolutely coordinated for optimum performance formats and when people come grossly obese and overweight. You can see how things began to stray. Why do they get this high blood pressure because now their blood vessels are losing their elasticity that becoming stiff thick and inflamed all this obesity is is luckily at an absolute harbor of inflammation and that inflammation is making diabetic hypertensive giving them vascular asker disease and it's absolutely contributing to their increase risk not only for diabetes and heart disease and stroke but also increased risk for malignancy yunessi so there really is this tremendous symphony which is being brought back into line and with absolutely beautiful sound with all these reactions are running correctly as they should but how how easily it is to go off the rails when you're eating this processed food which has the capability not only of love making you sick but actually bring into a premature demise and i think what i'm so proud about lovely. You're dealing with the police and firemen as you can. If you can just imagine if you bring those forces divine not only will there be an enormous saving publicly for taking care of these people because they're not going to be any chronic illness but at the same time it sets an enormous example for the community to think that these people that are trying to save their lives police fire or taking care of cells as well right before dinner. I asked joe if he would be willing to walk over to the the pond. That's about a five acre pond where the swim course was going to be held and if we could do a a dry swim through the course i it was important for me that joe go into the swim with a little more confidence. You know he had almost no experience variance with open water swimming and i just knew that it was feeling a little big and scary and daunting for him and i knew knew that if i could pay him through the three hundred and fifty meter swim course that he would feel a lot better going into the race the next morning in so we're going to pick this up as we climb out of the water and you'll be able to hear all the kids splashing in the background just came all the way over there. I wouldn't even have gotten halfway out there out the first first way yeah yeah and so <hes> tell me again. How long have you been swimming. You just started started when we did this six months yeah the boss well so how you feel about seventy miles about it beforehand. I'm still a little nervous but i gotta take a break. I'll take a break but you say today will be hunky. Dory the bike and run. I'm not too concerned about it because i'm new to this yeah well. <hes> it's a beautiful pond with temperatures idyllic there and you're gonna have support around you. Have somebody on the palo board and maybe even somebody somebody in a kayak so if you like it any point in time you're like need help. You can grab then cool yeah little insurance policy mccamley after doing a little dry thereon of the swim course joe is on a roll and so i decided to take him on a test drive attest bike of the bike course and i found when i was doing triathlons that if you could preview the course the day before the race just set everything at ease mentally so you knew exactly what to expect and so i wanted to joe to feel as relaxed and at ease as comfortable label as possible going into this race you're sporting or the lead right right now. Who am i so on got. You got a water bottle can audubon off now. Okay <hes> we'll probably going to be starting between ten and ten thirty in the morning in which means that the due to be off the road so it shouldn't be too slippery and <hes>. It's pretty humid tomorrow so hopefully we'll. We'll be someone humidity got a feeling when you cross the finish line. You're going to be one happy fellow still even though i've been practicing i've been training or whatever still intimidating you know like i said when we talked about ever like there's no way somebody often often yeah so well to me. What's really impressive is that you told me that you really haven't done much of anything outside of you. Know your five star almost twelve years. I go through phases. You know we might fail my medical. Whatever then maybe maybe i'd take my buddy into gear. Whatever but nothing this serious so <hes> really to around a little all of it.

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"fifty meters" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Those cases we find it within ten minutes something that's outcroppings it's actually since the geological data from streams settlements sampling has enabled the or rainy as team to identify twelve targets for scale drilling beginning with crunchy hill country which will be on contrail it'll probably be between five and seven holes of about three hundred three hundred and fifty meters each country Joe has a lot of characteristics of an epidermal gold silver deposit it's very very similar to sort of fell nor check which was the parts of that I was involved with finding in two thousand but in the long game strategy so the plan for twenty nineteen is to look beyond crunching hill something in the industry we called the truth she because you really don't know actually start sampling the subsurface and and see what you have is expected to begin soon the results are highly anticipated and not just by the company in existing shareholders either I know that all the majors are at some point I suspect that we'll get a phone call wouldn't talk about do you deal with anybody right now because we need to realize more value in the ground hello from time to and that's what really really excites me will they be able to do it again find another multi million ounce gold discovery and sell it for over a billion dollars you be the judge follow the on.

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"fifty meters" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on AP News

"As the terminator he leads today's birthday roundup with terminator dark fate coming out in November as a hugely successful star you might think he doesn't need to return to the series he says that's absolutely incorrect of course I need you to come back lost my action movie what's in it at this years San Diego comic con he seventy two actor Terry crews of Brooklyn nine nine says fans are constantly giving him the food item his character on the show is always eating the older yogurt I love you he's fifty one an Oscar winner Hilary Swank's now starring in the Netflix film I am mother about a future where robots raise children her first foray into science fiction I'm not a huge sci fi fan in general but this script was so thought provoking there so much heart with in it that I was completely drawn to it Swank talking with ET Canada she's forty five and that's our birthday round up for July thirtieth I'm Bob Kessler schools in Kentucky are working to make sure the national motto in god we trust is prominently displayed in order to fulfill a new state law the Lexington Herald leader reports some districts of put up plaques others plan to use artwork in common areas other school districts are still working out the details lead sponsor Republican representative Brandon reed has said the model is ever present in society and is prominently displayed in the Kentucky legislature the American civil liberties union opposed the bill saying the model has the appearance of endorsing religion two men have been rescued from a cave in southwestern Germany where they've been trapped by rising water the two a mountain guide and a visitor what traps some six hundred and fifty meters inside the Frankenstein cave on Sunday evening as rising water a result of heavy rain in the region couple that popped back to the entrance rescues reach the cavity weather was sheltering and supplied them with blankets and food both were brought back within a few hours of each other on Monday morning emergency services send the guides customer was taken to hospital as a precaution trump's attacks I'm to acquire the navy news been a president trump's attacks on Maryland congressman Elijah Cummings and his district which includes parts of Baltimore don't sit well with the people in the district Victor Tolson has this to say about trump this is say it man how L. president is still a trumpet a Saturday tweet call Cummings district wrote it and rat infested today he label Cummings a racist the Reverend al Sharpton a con man Maryland governor Larry Hogan a Republican calls trump's attacks absurd and that the people are fed up with this kind of nonsense the state of Alabama files a claim in federal court asking it to be declared the true owner of the cult cook Clotilde this the last ship known to bring in slave people from Africa to the US in eighteen sixty nearly fifty years after the country banned the importation of slaves a plantation owner used that ship the smuggling more than one hundred slay people and then the ship was later burned it was found a few months ago I'm Tim acquire AP digital news back in a moment thank you I am now an ad from dad all right save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive because it is a what.

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"fifty meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"No real sense home looking into the undergrowth realistic quickly anything in the thing for them to get back in the chair and for the safety of the jeep I listened longing to hear a tiger role you think it's probably a big meal tiger doing his territory and wall warning others that he's on the prowl sometimes at a slightly lower PH the female will call if she's getting into her reproductive cycle in order to attract made Tigers and the cubs in continuous communication with mother and they can squeak like a bird because they don't like disturbing the ATO making other animals suspicious so they go and it's a very amazing sound you really have to interpret it and as they grow older the well when they meet the mother she leaves them for HBO to what she goes out hunting when she returns the button that flooding is quite incredible quite incredible you could take what how cats buzz and a hundred times more in volume and the whole forest echoes with this but it so sound is a vital part of all of which you're listening to living with nature from the BBC world service the series which lets you head of the world as you've never heard it before I'm Chris Watson a wildlife sound recordist and in this the last of four programs we're exploring the sounds of the forest when Colbert national park in India we've come to a high points on the edge of the forest classifieds looking down fourth seal fifty meters beneath this is the river run Ganja and then it's a two more predators that live in this is a freshwater crocodiles on these a gharials the muggers the gharials three four meters in length and have a very long thin pointed snout the males in fights have a sounding board on the end of this now the muggers much staff to show to animals with a much broader base to the US now some of them narrow set well fish profit owls feed on the fresh water catfish and mushy that live in these waters it is amazing to think of crocodiles living in these really cold waters that not long ago with snow up in the Himalayas back in the forest of the sights and sounds workstation to the Hon one language all jobs cornice black this monkey in the reading on visit both babies and it's not life or death so so you can hear the crunching noise twenty one we cannot wait to three to four years from the greedy the line was found here and footage of Himalayas and also a higher up in the Himalayas they all split in two different subspecies and centering down south to you also quite a few and interestingly the Monkees form here they don't have the loud noise region if you go to center and in jungles also the Nintendo's early morning and in campaigns and often are you mean you'll hear these monkeys making really loud loud noise but yes it's completely quiet dear congregate and the troops of Lendl's because they find safety because they look good as the first one to give the alarm cord from his height and on the DL get a letter but as soon as the DHEA us suspicious.

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"fifty meters" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on Ideas

"Something like fifty meters downstream from margaret tom's house situated at the southern end of a town called for providence on eastern bank mackenzie river you can't miss this new shoe in at first it looks a lot like almost every other hotel motel in the canadian north but if you look carefully you'll see it's connected to a number of buildings and assorted enterprises on both sides of the road there's a gift shop shop or restaurant and lounge bar and don't forget the laundromat in the gas station both central's in the small community of training center my name is jeff from fort providence i was born in hey river in nineteen sixty seven and have lived in for providence for most of my life the majority of my life jeff stanley the phillips a mom and dad in for kids build this entrepreneurial empire are family businesses the snow in which is say a motel and restaurant and we're involved a lot of other businesses locally the fuel delivery service the bulk fuel for the house's is well is the ferry operation construction my memory of for providence growing up was obviously happier healthier community in me i'll see seventies and early eighties late eighties when i graduated in eighty five and moved back to the community i would say the you know eighty five to ninety five i remember the community being healthier community than it is today and i think the reason for that is that the communities infrastructure is not kept up with the community so the community has grown in terms of people in terms of population in terms of problems that come with that there's there's not enough jobs the housing hasn't kept pace so there are enough houses the challenges infrastructure in the community is holding people back there are enough houses a power infrastructure won't allow building of a lot more houses the cost of fuel is six hundred percent higher than it.

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Lava Tubes Could Aid Humans Life on the Moon and Mars

BrainStuff

06:37 min | 2 years ago

Lava Tubes Could Aid Humans Life on the Moon and Mars

"Today's episode is brought to you by the Capital, One card with Capital, One saver card. You can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new French restaurant and four percent on bowling with your friends. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores, and one percent on all other purchases. Now, when you go out you cash in Capital, One, what's in your wallet terms apply? Welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff, learn vocal Bon here ever since Neil Armstrong. I set foot on the moon. Scientists have been toying with the idea of forming potential colonies, there and more recently on Mars to, but extreme fluctuating temperatures cosmic radiation, and micrometeorites showers colloquially known as space dust pose challenges to human excavation of both the moon and Mars, however, Astro biologists are in the process of exploring nifty geological structures the conservative natural shelter from these harsh elements lava tubes. So what are lava tubes? We spoke by Email with doctor Ricardo puzzle Abban of the department of geosciences at the university of pet ova. He's been at the forefront of European research on lava tubes. He explained lava tubes are caves that are carved by flowing lava, that eventually drained out leaving a subsurface void, although there are different types of lava tube formations, these caves often form out of a type of fluid basaltic lava that flows down a slope, like. The side of a volcano as the outermost portion of the hot lava flow comes in contact with the cold air, it cools rapidly forming a hardened crest, but liquid lava continues to flow like water in channel underneath this newly hardened surface. At some point that liquid lava runs out, and cools underneath the surface forming a curvy tube shaped structure, and thus Alava tube is born geologist. No lava tubes from volcanic areas in Hawaii, or Iceland, but they've also become a hot, commodity within the Astro biology community due to high resolution images, indicating that lava tubes may exist on the moon and Mars as well. Many sites thought to be lava tubes are detected by the presence of these curvy channels and more recently, the SETI institute announced the discovery of possible skylights or lava tube openings in a crater near the North Pole of moon using images obtained from Nasr's lunar reconnaissance orbiter, but lava tubes are tricky business. Scientific technology is still playing catch up and identifying these underground habitats, we also. Spoke by Email with Leonardo career of the remote sensing laboratory at the university of Trento. He said the main difficulty comes from the fact that lava tubes are centrally subsurface structures. Very few instruments are capable of performing direct measurements of underground structures. But careers team is working to modernize the technology and bus aid future human settlement of these lunar caves the technology involves using radar, which can detect lava tubes from orbit based on their unique electromagnetic signatures, basically, they can pro below the surface of the moon using low frequency electromagnetic waves, and then measure the reflected waves that come back to them. Those reflections offer insight into a lava tubes characteristics, like its shape size and composition. But one thing is clear lava tubes on the moon and Mars are invaluable is natural potential habitats, or at the very least could serve as convenient storage units between space missions. Meanwhile, back on earth, scientists are preparing for future missions to the moon and Mars through a little cave, diving the European Space Agency, developed a program called Penn Jia. The prepares European astronauts to explore other planets one of its projects concerns, a lava tube in Spain called corona that's eight kilometers long, or about five miles the team has undertaken advanced mapping of the tube to create three D model. That's attract down to the millimetre. They've also been testing out new robots or Rovers to identify how best to navigate these tubes. Developing a greater understanding of the challenges associated with incursions into lava tubes on other planets in the process. Other researchers have also taken an interest in exploring the microbiology of lava tubes by focusing their efforts on the lava beds, national monument in California, this project funded by the Canadian space agency is looking to explore lava tubes habitats of biker organisms, which may leave traces behind through certain minerals, and thus indicate the presence of life once upon a time, which is cool enough. On earth, but would be an amazing find on the moon or Mars. So what's the difference between lava tubes on earth in their lunar, and Martian counterparts? Well, gravity for one, the lower gravity on the moon and Mars seems to impact the size of lava tubes, significantly tubes on Mars can stretch for two hundred and fifty meters in width, or about eight hundred and twenty feet and tubes on the moon can reach a whopping Colombia, or more across that's about two thirds of a mile, the lower gravity. Also stabilizes, the roofs of these tubes and causes fewer collapses, especially on the moon, thereby creating a potentially safer dwelling for human habitation, but otherwise lava tubes on earth are fairly similar in composition and structure to those on the moon and Mars and serve as excellent reference points for researchers. The potential for lunar caves, and possible human settlements has many people excited even the White House is making a bid for moon colonies in the near future, and the possibility of answering whether life has existed or may still flourish in caves on Mars is a tantalizing one for space explorers. But if you're wondering whether or not martians will be found hanging around these lava tubes on the red planet, the answer is likely no, unless you count microbial critters radiation, a dry environment and frigid temperatures make the planet inhospitable to most forms of life while using ground Rovers to access lava tubes on the moon and Mars could be difficult due to surface conditions other devices are being developed to aid these explorations including climbing, and hopping pit bots and flying helicopter, like vehicles likes of which may appear Nasr's Mars twenty twenty Rover mission. Today's episode was written by Terry llegado and produced by Tyler claim brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more on this, and lots of other totally tubular topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com and for more podcast for my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by the Capital One saver card earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. Two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet terms apply.

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"fifty meters" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on KTRH

"Fifty meters. Three inches. Thirty six fifty nine times thirty six. Georgia. Yeah. Sorry. I can't use GPS. Excellent. I saw something you live three miles three four. Acquainted match ups. Everyone is preparing for the worst potential to k computer crashes. Getting into. See straight, right. Bear right? There said. Take a look it means go up to the right there right over the bridge hook up with three or seventy. Kiep need that? There's nothing more frustrating than GPS that takes you on a while. That's happened to me it happened. Just last week. Ron Patton in his place in lake oswego, Oregon, and they wanted me to go north where he lived try and go south. No, I'll just go south until I can GPS tell me where to go from there. I need to be told where to go especially now, they're a week rollover glitch on April the sixth in something, you know, who knows what's going to happen. Probably homeland security is made warnings that. Yes. Glitches going.

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"fifty meters" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Hundred fifty meters, it's gonna be a lot colder. There's a lot more pressure at that depth. It's probably taking more than a year for these eggs to hatch maybe up to two or three years so their life history is just really really in the slow lane. And that is what's kind of been a huge factor. And some of the fisheries that have been going on in the Endo Pacific starting in the seventies. Because based on how many Nautilus were being fished out, the population's just couldn't respond, and they couldn't replenish stocks quickly enough so small populations than even bigger populations in some areas, which just be overfished really really really quickly. How many eggs do they lay at a time? Or is it kind of an ongoing thing. Again, we only know information from their reproduction based on lab studies and eggs and at least in the captivity in aquariums. They lay up to about ten each year. And they don't die after they lay the eggs like other cephalopods. But again, that's just kind of our best guess based on what we see. Happening and aquariums is up to ten which is again, really really really low. So what we're you mentioned behavior. So a lot of the information you're kind of telling us now some of the work that you did while you were in grad school, what were you working on specifically? Yes. So one of the major things that I wanted to work on a grad school was kinda combining laboratory and field work to really inform future studies. And so in the lab, we were looking at kind of how Nautilus navigate and environment and trying to see are they using visual cues, do they know their surroundings. If if the surroundings change, can they still navigate that kind of maize that arena correctly, and that kind of transition to using those types of studies to look at how Nautilus feed so you know, I mentioned that we collected video from the wild of Nautilus digging. We thought digging for food and dragging their tentacles in the sand. Or we took that video back in a lab and set up a an aquarium. Just like the ocean with sand, and we trained Nautilus is defined food. And we kind of have recorded there. Feeding behaviours in the lab and those feeding behaviors were the exact ones that we saw on the field. So from there, we were trying to understand, you know, how deep do not dig what tentacles do they specifically use to find food, and you know, how quickly can they find food? So they're really kind of helped us understand. You know, how they moved to find food. What prey items say prefer one of the misconceptions that we still don't understand. Well, is do they live or dead things? You know, we know they're attracted to dead prey items. One of our common Bates, we use to catch him is just raw chicken. It's gotta stench. That goes a long way in the ocean Nautilus is a really attracted to it. But we don't know if Nautilus is our solely scavengers, or if they are active predators as well. So in the lab, I guess you were you guys using were you using anything live or kinda primarily? Did for that step? We were using only only dead, and, you know, the next steps after that are to come up with other designs, or you know, we can give Nautilus choices between live items and dead items and kind of see what happens and then again take that information to the field and kinda hopefully use that to help us inform how we conduct our studies in the field. I have a question about the setup. So and you mentioned being on the ACA for the invert tax. What what are some of the conditions you to worry about that are kind of different for keeping Nautilus versus other in birds or even fish? I think the big one is Cincinati lists live so deep in the ocean waters, really cold. So any system that you set up you have to have a pretty good Chilean system. So you can maintain about fifteen to seventeen degrees celsius and similar to other cephalopods. So Nautilus is activist squid and cuttlefish have really high metabolism. So even though Nautilus is live. Where it's really really cold. They still have a high metabolism that high is going to convert the food you feed it into waste, and so if you don't have a really good biological filtration system, you can have spikes in ammonia and spikes and nitrites which can actually be more toxic to Nautilus and also other cephalopods because their skin is just basically made up tiny pores that are just waiting to bring anything bad straight through internally to its internal Oregon so water quality is so important with with all animals with all aquariums. But especially Nautilus maintaining that temperature really cold and ensuring you know, you have zero ammonia zero nitrites, and, you know, really, really low nitrates. Okay. Well, you gave us a little bit of an intro. Can you go ahead, and maybe give us a little more about their historical and current population size and maybe go into the conservation status right now. Yeah. So in two thousand eleven is I was just getting really. Into my dissertation started working with one of the famous Nautilus. Researchers Dr Peter ward who did a lot of field work spend studying there for thirty years and us in another team of researchers basically at a simple question. Ask of how many Nautilus is were left because we know that they've been fish since about the seventies. Just to supply a shell trade around the world where Nautilus shell is used in furniture, jewelry, any type of things just as the whole shell to sit on different bookshelves and things, but nobody had any idea what was happening with populations. The only reports were from fishermen and some folks and certain areas of the Philippines that said they were catching less they were catching less and finally, you know, in two thousand eleven we're able to get funding at actually go see how many Nautilus is there were today. As compared to what we could surmise from, you know, forty years ago, and basically everywhere that they fish Nautilus, the poppy. Relations declined significantly within just a few years. And if they keep going then and some areas populations are now locally extinct. It's I guess it's a good example. But it's disappointing but a population and this little tiny island called CK whore. And the Philippines was once the home to the smallest Nautilus that at least we knew of at that time, and it's locally extinct based on the last data that we receive from there where we didn't catch any Nautilus. We didn't see any Nautilus is using underwater video population was wiped out so since then since two thousand eleven and over the years, you know, we've been working with different groups in the United States and also internationally to really see what kind of information and data we needed to collect to really get some meaningful conservation initiatives going and over that time, you know, the biggest one is the site group which regulates trade of of species throughout the world and just. Recently this past year. So January two thousand seventeen all Nautilus czar least now listed on the side. He's appendix to which basically just regulates the trade of Nautilus parts and pieces. So it doesn't stop it. Now, which is great. Our our work kind of isn't to you know, stop what's going on. But hopefully, we can manage these things a little better. So at this is listing does is that kind kinda tells countries that if they wished to export Nautilus they need to do research to show that that export doesn't affect wild populations. So it's great because it helps get more data. It helps understand more about wild populations. And it still allows countries, you know, way to still utilize a resource, and hopefully sustainable way sounds great. Well, I did a little thirteen online. And I I caught a a webpage with you on a boat fishing forum. Can you maybe give us a real brief on how you catch Nautilus in in some of the difficulties with that? Yeah. Ironically, they're fairly easy to catch. Even though they live deep Filipino fishermen devices. Really nice bamboo traps, they have a trap door the Nautilus goes in searching for its bait. Which most of the time is chicken and these traps are set to depths about three hundred meters. Overnight Nautilus goes in novels can't get out. And when you pull the trap up know, maybe takes a half an hour. But you're basically just using your hands point the trap up at three hundred meters and pulling the Nautilus out. So it is a lot of time. But I think that was the first kind of wow moment when we were doing this fieldwork is that it's really not hard to catch them. So it's not a wonder why so many of them are being catched across the Pacific now, tell us about some of the organizations working on timber Nautilus conservation. I know a few stories I've of read on the internet related to some of the work you're doing, but maybe go ahead and tell us a few those that that you are working with our little unique. Yeah. I think the coolest thing. Out of this is just to see how many other people care and two thousand ten there was a New York Times article that you know, I read I wasn't sure how many other people read it. But apparently an eleven year old in Maine read it as well. And he and his friend just decided they wanted to do something and right then and there they set up a website and a group called save the Nautilus there is still going strong today. And you know, they do things like travel to schools groups around there where they live. They raise money through different things or young kids just all around the country sending in their, you know, little piggy Bank of while box, which is their life savings to to still just do something to be part of, you know, protecting something and just meeting those two kids and seeing them how passionate they are for this actually invigorates us, you know, as scientists, you know, to see the next generation kinda already taken an audit that young of an age, which is just really really awesome. Now, I've also. I heard some about a Nautilus girl. Can you tell us about her? Yeah. So if anyone's looking for a Halloween costume next year, if you search Nautilus girl, she had the coolest costume, her mom mater of anonymous, and she was a Nautilus for Halloween a couple of years ago, and instead of searching for candy, she was out handing flyers to folks as she went door to door telling people about Nautilus Zan talking to them about them being over fish and how folks can protect them, and I've met her once and I talked to her fellow students. She was eight at the time and those students at her school knew so much about Nautilus that I felt like I didn't have anything to say because she just talks to them about him constantly and they're excited about it. I mean, they are super excited about, you know, this animal and just so kind of distressed and upset that it's disappearing but still so passionate and ready to do something to make sure that they don't disappear. Wow. That's pretty impressive definitely year old. I think I was just worried more about getting candy. Yeah. I think so I know. So with all that said and all the things going on. I mean is there anything listeners can do to help support conservation efforts? Yeah. Think we're in kind of a weird limbo right now because we have had some good conservation initiatives, and we'd have had some good support. So right now, it's like what do you do next when you have all these regulations, and such and we're just continuing to create awareness and educate the public about, you know, not just Nautilus is, but the whole ocean, but really the deep sea that's an area where we don't know anything don't know too much about we've explored very little of it. We know it's being exploited. And they're saying such as deep sea mining starting very soon that, you know, we're not sure of the impact I think it's just creating and aware populace that you know, there are animals down there. There is a habitat down there that is part of our larger ecosystem as a whole planet earth, and it has a function in that. And I continue to do that traveling to schools wherever I'm at throughout the country or in an. Talking to first graders to eighty year olds. You know? It's just telling the story telling the story, and the more people know, you know, the more they're going to be able to help and the more educated they're going to be to make the hopefully the right decision. When the time comes to let sounds great one. Unfortunately, we're out of time. But I want to thank very much again, our guest, Dr Greg Berard in our producer Mark winner for making this show possible, Greg did you have any final words of wisdom or permission? You wanted to pass out? Yeah. I just wanted to say, you know, check us out save the Nautilus were on many, different social media sites. But it's a really cool animal. And I think what's really more inspiring is to see that the younger generation really taken a step forward with an end. They are the ones saving the Nautilus. So please check us out. Thanks for having me, ROY. I'll really appreciate it. Thanks again for joining us in your time. Please be sure to check out Greg's web links which Lee found on his aquarium media guess page. I encourage all of you to visit my aquar- mania blog on pet life radio and Greg. I'm I'm a little bit. Behind with a blog would if you've got some pictures.

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Hayabusa 2 successfully touches down on Ryugu asteroid

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:18 min | 2 years ago

Hayabusa 2 successfully touches down on Ryugu asteroid

"Japan's I was the two spacecraft is briefly touched down on the surface of the asteroid riot go to collect samples for eventual retentive worth the spacecraft. I fight a small project out of the asteroid surface to loosen material. And then briefly landed at the impact side to collect the asteroidal rocks and soil sixteen twenty one seventy three right? You GU is a potentially hazardous near near earth. Object belonging to the Apollo group of earth crossing asteroids, the nine hundred and fifty meter wide diamond shaped space rock is a red type of asteroid known as a special type c g it includes properties of both common carbonaceous or high carbon seatac asteroids as well as relatively ridge e type asteroids, which contain strong ultraviolet absorption Phages suggesting Folles silicate minerals such as clays or mica Ryacudu orbits the sun. Enrich. Your grade that is in the opposite direction of the planet at a distance of between zero point nine six and one point four one Esther nominal unit every four hundred seventy four earth days and astronomical unit being the average distance between the earth and the sun a better hundred and fifty million kilometres or eight light minutes as for the name Ragu. Will it's Japanese for dragon palace, and it refers to a magical underwater palace in Japanese folklore were fishermen travelled on the back of a turtle returning home later with a mysterious box much like high the two returning with asteroid samples the Japan. Aerospace exploration agency Jaksa is now waiting for confirmation that high bushes sample collection was successful. If it gets the, okay Lenny be the second time in history that a spacecraft is collected a sample from an asteroid, I listened to his predecessor the original high was undertook a similar operation during its mission to the asteroid Itokawa back in two thousand and five. However, it collected any few grains of dust following a series of problems during the first descente tempt and a projectile firing failure during the second attempt. However, those precious few grains were successfully returned worth being checked in a special sample return capsule. Which parachuted down into the woman rocket range in outback South Australia in twenty ten highbush the twos. Autonomous the sent to the service of riot is also being considered a high risk maneuver taking twenty six hours, the slowly drop the spacecraft from an altitude of about twenty kilometers down onto a desolate grey boulder strewn surface, which could easily damage the spacecraft bird mission manages believe that based on everything they can see that assent and sample collection went according to plan. This time round highbush the two locked onto a previously position. Reflective target Martha a region chosen by scientists as the safest place on the rock covered. Asteroid to attempt the landing the spacecraft then fired a project. Into the surface Justice. It was touching down kicking up some soil pebbles and rocky material which would then have been quickly scooped into a sample collection chamber. The high was the to orbiter is shed it apart ri- ago in December swooping patio theatre later where it will check to sample return capsule, which like its predecessor is designed to parachute down into the warmer. Rocket range in outback saffir stralia.

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

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

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

"With the prospect of landing well short of the runway. This would hardly have been an option that the crew would have considered even had they known about. They was no suggestion that a designer era had been made by the Boeing rolls. Royce certificates of the crop typing correctly performed on Beit on data that was decades old and the analysis proved that the new unique features of the power settings used on that particular flight exacerbated the problem despite the unlikelihood of the situation rea- carrying the design of the heat exchange of face plate was changed to prevent ice from blocking it in future. The crew this craft with faced with a massive problem that nobody ever imagined would happen with only seconds to analyze and correct? The problem. There was no checklist. Emergency drill procedure to follow. They were completely in the dumb. The off did a good job of handling the craft and the. Tins flat reduction assisted the glide distance five fifty meters, preventing possible landing amongst the IRS aerials which could have caused considerably more damage to the crofton resulted in more injuries. Roll. It was remarkably good outcome. Listen to Ed craft and engine manufacturers. And all those in the field that we all still young industry, and we need to keep learning of pointing up puts..

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"fifty meters" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on Science Friday

"You can explain for a little bit more. What exactly we're listening to their? What what is it your your hearing in that sound that is meaningful to you? While we're listening to explosions recorded with in for Sam, but sped up into the audible, domain, and one thing you might have picked up is that the frequency content changed and at the same time, maybe a little bit more subtle the timber of the sounds changed. And so as this level is rising up within the crater, we're effectively shortening the tube of this acoustic Resonator, and that's creating these these higher frequency sounds our study from two thousand eighteen analyzed another aspect of sound. However, and that is this thing called the quality factor. The amount of residents that those sounds are exhibiting. In other words, in the early portion of the sequence this pipe was resonating very nicely almost like a musical instrument and towards the end of the sequences, the lovely rose to within fifty meters of the crater rim. The residents was gone. And it was just these explosions that sounded like thumps satellite thunk thunk because why? Well, volcanoes musical instruments only works when the crater shape is of a certain form. And so in the case of Iraqi had this giant shaft hundred fifty meters deep about sixty meters wide, and that was able to vary. Affectively trap acoustic residence that was awesome of air masses within the system. There was a large appearance contrast at the atmosphere crater interface as the lava lake rose, the sources that are at the level surface are now being projected out into the atmosphere and they're not being bounced back or reflected at that. Crater opening has everything to do with the John tree or shape of that. Flaring crater we have another recording here. This is a signal from an Ecuadorian of volcano called Koto poxy. Let's listen to that..

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"fifty meters" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on Science Friday

"Maybe you can explain for our listeners a little bit more. What exactly we're listening to their mean? What what is it your your hearing in that sound that is meaningful to you? Well, we're listening to explosions recorded with infra sound, but sped up into the audible domain, and one thing you might have picked up is that the frequency content changed and at the same time, maybe a little bit more subtle the timber of the sounds changed. And so as this level is rising up within the crater, we're effectively shortening the tube of this acoustic Resonator, and that's creating these these higher frequency sounds our study from two thousand eighteen analyzed another aspect of sound. However, and that is this thing called the quality factor. The amount of residents that those sounds are exhibiting. In other words, in the early portion of the sequence this pipe was resonating very nicely almost like a musical instrument and towards the end of the sequences the level lake rose to within fifty meters of the crater rim. The resonance was gone. And it was just these explosions that sounded like thumps satellite thunk thunk because why? Well, volcanoes as musical instruments only works when the crater shape is of a certain form. And so in the case of via Rico, we had this giant shaft hundred fifty meters deep about sixty meters wide, and that was able to vary. Affectively trap acoustic residence that was awesome of air masses within the system. There was a large impede in contrast at the atmosphere crater interface as the lava lake rose, the sources that are occurring at the level surface are now being projected out into the atmosphere, and they're not being bounced back or reflected at that crater opening and has everything to do with the geometry or shape of that flaring, crater we have another recording here. This is a signal from an Ecuadorian of volcano called Koto poxy. Let's listen to that..

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"fifty meters" Discussed on Deserter Pubcast

Deserter Pubcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"fifty meters" Discussed on Deserter Pubcast

"Thank you Dean, Windass home is famously where the heart is along with the broadband once simply the place where we slept tonight. It just become a theater of work allowing your home to become a workplace, maybe counter intuitive to the deserter. But in many ways, it's a step forward. Consider this. You're not in the office. Not only can no one. Hear you scream. No one can see nap. Needless to say, you should time looking to coincide with special events like the Cheltenham Gill Cup. Wimbledon the ashes just to make sure you don't waste the day on the no circumstances. Should you attempt repairs to the home is that clear DIY should always be left to someone else? If you're lucky enough to have gone, you'll know it's a blessing and the curse lovely for lying about in with a GMT. Unfortunately requires attention try when you next mow the lawn to leave a that, I'm touched and put a lounger in it. This should be known as you'll wilderness area. Then each time you mow the in all your wilderness area becomes a little bigger until it stretches all the way to the kitchen door job done. No, more one mowing and a place to call your own. If you want to fully dedicate your life to deserting, I'm afraid of families out of the question children may be wonderful. But they don't have make tricky to complete the east Lancashire top ten pubs on a roundabout tall. Certainly within the timeframe if children do somehow Kerr we advise moving to no more than fifty meters. From pop when flat hunting make a point of taking the baby monitor which you should carry to the local bar while the estate agent imitates the baby crying in teen question..

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