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"forty centimeters" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"George washington's home <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> when the united <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> states capitol was <Silence> <Advertisement> located in new york <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> the cables as <Speech_Male> i mentioned before were made <Speech_Male> out of steel specifically <Speech_Male> galvanized <Speech_Male> steel. <Speech_Male> Which was a first four <Speech_Male> suspension bridges. <Speech_Male> There are four <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> main cables <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to on the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> inside near the median <Speech_Male> of the road into <Speech_Male> on the outer edges <Speech_Male> of the road. <Speech_Male> Each main cable <Speech_Male> is fifteen <Speech_Male> point seven five inches <Speech_Male> or forty centimeters <Speech_Male> in diameter. <Speech_Male> There are <Speech_Male> a bundle of nineteen <Speech_Male> strands with <Speech_Male> each strand consisting <Speech_Male> of two hundred <Speech_Male> seventy three wires <Speech_Male> for a total <Speech_Male> of five thousand <Speech_Male> two hundred eighty two <Silence> wires per cable. <Speech_Male> This <Speech_Male> was the first bridge <Speech_Male> used as bundled <Speech_Male> wire technique <Silence> for the main cables. <Speech_Male> The <Speech_Male> bridge finally opened on <Speech_Male> may twenty fourth 1883 <Speech_Male> after thirteen <Speech_Male> years <Speech_Male> of construction. <Speech_Male> The first person <Speech_Male> to officially cross <Speech_Male> the bridge was <Speech_Male> emily roebling. <Speech_Male> The mayors <Speech_Male> of new york and boston <Speech_Male> crossed the bridge to <Speech_Male> shake hands in the middle <Speech_Male> and in the first <Speech_Male> twenty four hours the bridge <Speech_Male> was opened over. <Speech_Male> One hundred and fifty <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> thousand people walked across. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> The bridge was considered <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> an engineering wonder <Speech_Male> of the era alongside <Speech_Male> the suez canal <Speech_Male> the transcontinental railroad <Speech_Male> and the transatlantic <Silence> cable <Speech_Male> despite <Speech_Male> over a million people <Speech_Male> crossing the bridge <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in its first year. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> There were still doubts <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> by some people about the <Silence> <Advertisement> structural integrity of the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> bridge to <Speech_Male> put those doubts to <Speech_Male> rest in eighteen. <Speech_Male> Eighty four and the first anniversary <Speech_Male> the bridges opening <Speech_Male> p.t. <Speech_Male> Barnum led a parade <Speech_Male> of twenty-one elephants <Silence> across the bridge. <Speech_Male> The <Speech_Male> bridge was at first <Speech_Male> a toll bridge <Speech_Male> initial fees <Speech_Male> where a penny to cross <Speech_Male> on foot <Speech_Male> five cents to cross on <Speech_Male> horseback and ten <Speech_Male> cents to cross with <Speech_Male> a horse and wagon <Speech_Male> transporting <Speech_Male> cattle would cost five <Speech_Male> cents per cow <Silence> and two cents per sheep <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> pedestrian tolls removed <Speech_Male> in eighteen ninety <Speech_Male> one in all <Speech_Male> tolls were removed <Silence> in one thousand nine eleven <Speech_Male> one <Speech_Male> of the bridges biggest <Speech_Male> contributions to american <Speech_Male> culture is the phrase <Speech_Male> selling the brooklyn <Speech_Male> bridge. <Speech_Male> And this actually comes <Speech_Male> from a real thing. <Speech_Male> There was <Speech_Male> a con man named george <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> parker in the early <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> twentieth century. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Who actually sold <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the bridge. Many <Speech_Male> times usually <Speech_Male> to new immigrants <Speech_Male> to the city. <Speech_Male> What he was actually <Speech_Male> selling was the right <Speech_Male> to take tolls <Speech_Male> on the bridge on <Speech_Male> several occasions. <Speech_Male> The police were called <Speech_Male> to take down. Toll booths <Speech_Male> that people set up <Speech_Male> after supposedly <Silence> buying the bridge. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> The brooklyn bridge is <Speech_Male> title as the world's longest <Speech_Male> suspension bridge only <Speech_Male> lasted twenty years. <Speech_Male> It's titled <Speech_Male> was taken in nineteen three <Speech_Male> by the williamsburg <Speech_Male> bridge which was just <Speech_Male> up the river. <Speech_Male> The brooklyn <Speech_Male> bridge isn't the <Speech_Male> biggest or best <Speech_Male> bridge in the world anymore <Speech_Male> but it still <Speech_Male> holds the distinction <Speech_Male> of being the first <Speech_Male> truly modern <Speech_Male> bridge. <Speech_Male> A two thousand. Three <Speech_Male> bbc documentary <Speech_Male> series listed. <Speech_Male> It as one of the seven <Speech_Male> wonders of the industrial <Speech_Male> world <Speech_Male> and today the <Speech_Male> bridge is on the tentative list <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to become a unesco <Silence> world It's <Speech_Male> history an innovative <Speech_Male> engineering techniques. <Speech_Male> Make it one <Speech_Male> of the most <Speech_Male> bridges in the world. <Speech_Male> And if you don't <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> believe that then. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> I have <SpeakerChange> a bridge <Silence> <Advertisement> that i'd like to sell you <Music> <Music> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> associate <Speech_Male> producers of everything <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> everywhere daily. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Are peter bennett. And thor <Speech_Male> thomsen <Speech_Male> if you'd like to support <Speech_Male> the show. 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"forty centimeters" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

Italian Wine Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

"Boy that to any real inches as reality. Douro show pugh. Who's all the own results. Steamers theories on their own or do wish marriage. His goes disaster. Show and see you know a lot of people. That scotty gets demo. Roy moore together people about the so. These are the picture of the two boys we can see are very different on the left side. You have the soil from originated from the fluvial goulash on region so you very present the stones and it's a course soil so we have a glacier but we have a digging prints from bardellino area on the right side instead the is the whiteclay saw that we mentioned close to mcglashan deposit close to the lake again once again. Assume you on a shoot. The lago bianco view some of these that they do the dealer. Sean motor denotes carry demos mosey and if you can pick out the island the last Number free so. These are the soy which is reach the in limestone and loamy soil. And that are very difficult to grow vines. Here on the blue-collar is on the blue car. On the map of this recall on the slide number fourteen or all the for some more evidence yari lewis zone. Show no difference important the official. They'll the kind of short. He didn't the athol in pretty most allowed the team. To the reason they are not get rid. Okay just these are the section of the three different soy and The picture showing the first part of the section which is the one explore when you actually plant mines is the top forty centimeters. That's where they make. The picture representing part eco challenge spittle notre school tabulate like while she should compose. Joe mckee me that most venal agile shortly. Divest that out. Through mid thirty kelly received surely remorse lousy dynamic mcgrady equality got beautiful the excellent spatial bt me unit says the aqua indeed thousand issue but.

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"forty centimeters" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

Chats With Cats Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

"Like questioned me the soil terry serious. They did mark. Tell us what did you do. I don't know what you're talking about. They knew that it was me right. Couple of weeks go by. They still don't have them on. I'm staying quiet. i'm not saying a word. One of the kids just digging holes in the sandpit. Hit something clunk. It's one of the dinosaurs pages like oh everyone start digging out covering all these got in like them. That's the kind of kid that i was. I was yeah because always like the dodgy. Keyed at the kindergarten was wars really like clever. Doing really bad stuff has to be him. I didn't say you done for something that they couldn't prove i did do it. I remember giving one of the teachers. The thing of for some reason ause kids. hey was kindergarten. Kindergarten comes and goes in a blink of an on your only there for like six months or something. I have so many fond memories of kindy days my top two. I was always very physically competent as a kid. Rock climbing trees and shit like weightlifting. Stuff i you know bench pressing the you know the teachers and stuff there was these trade at my kindy that awkward climb easily get to these five branches and they used to let me do it. This is before the tom where it was all about pacing. And you can't do that. And all that sorta and it was wicked. We could find fuck and get up in this tray and then there was this little kid and he decided he wanted to do it as well. And this. This kid incapable went. Brought through from kindy all the way through to school with rotten and it was always. He wanted to want me. but i was. Always the fracturing front of iran wrought from kindy anyway. Poke it conduct this trae. He wanted to climb up a tree but the problem was hey go up to a certain point in the tree fell out of the tree and broke both of his arms. Aw and from that moment onwards no one was allowed to climb the tree and i was like But i can do it can do it. You can't stop me from doing problem to saudi. The weakest link fox phosphor twelve years. You wanted to go to the problem with that girl and he wanted to go to the problem with that girl and the problem with that go is one. Yeah let's prom prom. Prom was the way that we would use. Actually said is really competent. There was a section in primary school where i was not competent when our our amendment counter primary school one day and we had this little fence about i was probably forty centimeters har- but it was what's the point of that because was a retaining wall footpath was he. The normal food ground level of the school was here and the fence stuck up about that much on. Top of sentiment is with them. Forty centimeters close. Mom dropped from at school. One diagnose running light and also we're going to run to class just jumped the fence and our colt my foot on the edge of the fans and feis planet.

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"forty centimeters" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"That's on is owed. I'm by sima noon. And now it's time for a second discussion. So alison most of our attention. This past week has been on six maximum security prisoners on the lam. What should we make them. Yeah when you turn on the evening news it feels like a really long season of prison. Break yeah on the eve. Russia Six palestinian prisoners escaped from the gilboa. Maximum security prison at the foot of mount gilboa. Which is a few kilometers from the west bank. And less than an hour bike to janine. Where the escapees originally came from there was a lot of exciting daring due to the escape which involves slipping out under the floorboards of the shower through drainage system. The plans to which the prisoners found on the website of the architects. Who designed it back. In two thousand and four up through a very narrow tunnel just forty centimeters or sixteen inches across at its narrowest point that the prisoners had burrowed shawshank redemption style and out just beyond the perimeter of the jail and right under a watchtower. The escape took place just after one in the morning and the watch tower guard was asleep almost an hour pass before anyone noticed the prisoners gone and by then they were well very gone. The most famous of the men who escaped his zachariah zubay a Forty-five-year-old one time commander of the martyrs brigade in which capacity. He acknowledged planning at least one deadly bombing in tel aviv and was suspected of planning others. This after his mother and brother were killed by the idea. Janine in two thousand and seven as part of ongoing peace talks prime minister. Ehud olmert granted zubeidi. Amnesty though in two thousand and eleven that amnesty was rescinded and in two thousand. Nineteen eighty was arrested and accused of two attacks on civilian buses in the west bank. His trial was still underway when he escaped the other escapees include a pair of brothers though by some reports cousins convicted of attempted murder mohammad and mahmoud al day a man convicted of kidnapping and murdering in two thousand and six in israeli high. Schooler elliara sherry. His name is a home com g. And another man serving two life sentences for planting a bomb. his name is yakub qadri and twenty-six-year-old member of islamic jihad named wanna deal nephew. Who has been under administrative arrest for two years and has yet to be charged as news of the prison break spread the first reaction most circles seems to have been shock on both sides of the green line. People here tend to attribute to israelis great competence in policing palestinians. But the escape with the sleeping guard and the online schematics seemed to give the lie to that impression. After initial shock there were all kinds of reactions. the police and army launched a massive manhunt. There were reports that the escapees who were said to be desperate in have nothing to lose replanning a big terrorist attack jewish towns and settlements went on high alert in the hebrew press and on hebrew social media there are all kinds of recriminations. Fingers were pointed that the prison at the ministry responsible for the prisons at politicians also. There was worried that if the prisoners were harmed or killed violence might erupt everywhere. Pro palestinian social media also came alive with memes expressing pride at the escape which was taken as a symbol of broader palestinian longing for freedom four days after the escape. Four of the six prisoners were captured zubeida the outages and qadri the four were taken in northern israel. Hungary tired ragged alone. Apparently after palestinian citizens of israel saw them and tipped off the police about their whereabouts are. It's reported that west bank palestinian activists quote blasted israeli arabs for allegedly turning in jailbreakers. The green line seems much thicker than the concrete separation barrier one said minister of internal security omer bar love tweeted praise for arab citizens of israel. Who helped to catch the terrorists. A lot of people here of all sorts and on all sides reacted to the prison break and the recapture of the prisoners with ambivalence it was a much more complicated event in the politicians and the people posting on social media lead on there were jews who can say how many who admitted to admiring the courage and ingenuity of the men who escaped there comparisons zionist lore about militant jews who escaped british prisons in the nineteen forties and among palestinians citizens of israel. Well the press did not have much to say about that and the politicians to were mostly silent on september eleventh you. Sally tweeted this today. With the capture of four of six prisoners by israeli forces there is a heaviness in every palestinian heart such heaviness only comes from hope a collective hope attached to our collective trauma that will forever resist persists until we are all free hash tag free palestine. So i guess your tweet leads to our question what did this prison break and the recapture so far. Four of those prisoners mean politically. Personally altogether sally. You go first. What did you mean about the heaviness in the hope. It's a heavy subject. It's a heavy subject because it's really You know my heart has been broken You know We talked during. May we talked about how we Palestinians here in these jobs we have to endure Our trauma is palestinians but in a very restrained manner Even though it's a very it's can be very very impactful and very traumatic for us. In this sense they were. You know i was really you know when when when they were when first of all when they ran away I was looking at the reaction everywhere in the celebration You know of of basically the symbolism of triumphing over you know one of the most secure prisons in eastern and basically like breaking out of of that with a spoon You know and. And i think that's Palistinians being able to Celebrate trump's of breaking free from this You know a technology. That's imprisons us all the time and this narrative that imprisons us all the time you know and i was looking at it and i was honestly. I wasn't very wasn't celebrating. I didn't partake in the celebrations as much as everyone else in a sense. That's i was so scared for the collectively punished prisoners. Oh associate for their families who have been arrested. Many of them still are arrested. Even the ones that are captured and they verified. That had any contact with them. They're still arrested. You know i was so scared for an the prisoners in gilboa as well as everywhere else where they have been you know they actually it. It was very very heavy for me but it was also something you know. There was a peak of hope. You know that symbolism. It's i really am experienced that triomphe in a way in a very ambivalence way but then when they were captured man. I bowled i was crying. And i think i was crying. Cus set for what it symbolized It symbolized Were you know they are the soap. That is always like forever fleeing from us. We tried to grab something just like. Never there I was sad for what it symbolized us palestinians. and it's what what symbolized was set for them personally just looking at there is and just thinking about What they had to endure and what they will endure now You know after their capture. And i was set for their mothers for their families and i was Set for for us for me personally as.

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"forty centimeters" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Okay. It is time for number two and that is and this week is that dragonflies used to be the same size as modern day pigeons terrifying. Yeah frightening facts. So because dragonflies a peaceful and cool. You're right right. James if you could replace every pigeon in the world with dragonfly of equivalent size. Would you one hundred percent. And i think everyone would actually to watch. Yeah we found the real light fish off the seventy s dragonflies withdrawing employs prior to reading this. I would have been fine with having now. Read what they like. I think that terrifying creatures. What would they like. They one that bad okay. So they were larger than your average dragonfly and they were in fact. The largest insects have properly. This is about three hundred million years ago. In the paleozoic era and they're called mega anura sometimes refer to as griffin flies and they seventy centimeter wingspan about forty centimeters. Long and the grandparents in the modern dragonfly. They would be able to hunt larger things than they can hunt today. I guess but yeah. They were the biggest flying things. Basically until ripped off started flying about the big things you've ever seen in the sky doing so cool they're really interesting things and they allowed to get this big because the oxygen levels and the was so high at the time though forty percent oxygen in the air as the twenty one now so they just had more potential power in the random. How big would we have been though. If we're around then. I always say this. I think this is ridiculous. You always find. These puzzles had like giant. Dragonflies millipedes like giant reptiles where the giant humans this shit wide open turning the answer is we would not necessarily have been that much bigger because they were large because they breathe in a different way to us so they don't have any lungs insects they essentially through to the whole spirit pools in the skin and actually scientists don't really know how they get enough oxygen to themselves at all because i learned this fact. I find amazing. Laura researching this each oxygen molecule. If it was moving through empty it could move at about half lamad per second bought. 'cause it crashes into other molecules so often it goes one centimeter a second so second it has ten billion collisions. So that's basically like imagine insects and you've just got these holes which are waiting for an oxygen molecule to drift in and as an Molecule ten centimeters away is making billions and billions and billions of collisions. Is never going to get to you. So this is why. In the olden days when oxygen was more concentrated they could get more oxygen inside at bigger bodies but now they can only really get them on the surface of their bodies so as soon as they get fat. They can't breathe anymore. They've got too much meat in their body. The oxygen molecules whereas we suck oxygen we roy diaphragm question because they a lot and they eat a lot quite quickly. So if let's say imagine we were the the thing they were eating. How much exigent is inside us at this moment talking about the big dragonflies from the past at the moment will shrink me down to a modern day. You've been struck down and some kind of wit honey i. The kids movie seismic dragonfly. I'm the dragonflies pray muskie's kito right. Yeah so does the. He's a right now. Do i have oxygen inside my body. Yeah so here's the question if it's that big anita and it's eating all these things can you eat oxygen. Are you eat. If is the dragonfly eating my oxygen as well as the food that brings in the oxygen. I think you would utilize your oxygen. Relatively quickly i think and also the wouldn't be much oxygen in you compared to the of your body. I mean like a balloon full of oxygen. Yeah you've got many donkey till lungs which have got oxygen in them. But that's not. That's not terrible question. I have to say because the heart of it was quite terrible. I thought that. I think is quite good question. They don't have long so they can't breathe it in. So what are you going to do. You're going to eat the you eat. You eat other things that and the other doesn't have much oxygen in them but it's also the question is whether your stomach can dissolve the oxygen as well as your lung sauce. Pericles can yeah yeah. I don't really understand the premise of questions. Down mosquito irritated tracking those are not named. I would say they're not dragons off lies exactly and they don't spend most of their lives flying. They spend years of their life as larvae water. Moving around eating away. Breathing through their bottoms. That's the majority of their life. Three buttons he say yeah they do can if they were to shove something up which had oxygen in it. Would they be able to damn. Yeah i find that amazing. So many animals live in eternal youth and just a very brief adulthood. How cool is unlucky. Bogus just being a teenager forever and then at the very end you've got this coming out the teenager child forever. You're right yeah the have terrifying childhoods as well terrifying everything around them. Because they're amazing hunters as adults but also in the water so this extendable jaw latium And it looks like the thing in alien the alien sort of folded up his arm on a spring under its jaw and when it sees pro passing by that george shoots out and grabs it. Some species have pincers some. Don't but it's all terrifying. They're amazing hunters. Yeah can the way that the comes out of their mouth is hydraulic has and they suck in water through the arenas and they use that water hydraulically to fire out the armed from them all cool. Incredible amazing genuinely is. Do we have any system like that on us. You could have got this far life and then suddenly similar tendency by the way though is telling you this so far but if you soak water through your obama on just by ears can have your next time. You're in the bafta. Just give it a go. Try and grab the soap across the bathtub purpose but it is really weird because they yet as james says they blasted out and they can use that it's sort of crazed as massive pressure wave inside this water that they've sucked in and then it generates a pound of pressure which is quite a lot for a tiny dragonfly nim but they can also use it in other way. They can use it as an escape mechanism because they can unclench blast the water out and then jet themselves away off davis. They've they've also got an amazing this when they're adults that ability to hunt. Food is pretty spectacular. So they've been put in laboratories and science of watch the sort of rights of catch against the pray that they going forward and it's ninety five percent of the time they can catch what they're aiming to catch that just absolute mega predecessors. This is one experiments the way they looked at how they do. This is one of those experiments where i think. How does scientists manage it so they made a backpack for them and they strap it on but then they in order to look at what's happening in the neurons when hunting to find out how the brain is doing this. They connects wires to the equivalent of spinal cord. And you really ask. They casually doing well. They've got down in the lab mosquito for john anyway. They discovered that they don't just react really quickly can predict insects go so they want like firing and they an actually. They can see which really clever although this morning. I opened the cupboard in my house and some sugar fellow and without even thinking i call it. So wow you the dragonfly of this polka. Stacey bosque's i'm not anything. This means i hang out with timothy. C winegarden mosquito a human history of italy. Kito doesn't get enough anytime. And all this about dragonflies damsel flies damsel flies. You're on the same page. I'm so glad you agree. That basically dragonflies a bit smaller and people don't know much about them. So the way you can tell the difference between damsel and a dragon is that donald flies hold their wings back against their body whereas dragonflies can't do that and also dragonflies have there too is kind of merged together at the front of their face whereas damsel flies hampton on either side but danza flies can climb underwater even when adults which dragonflies con so join vice labour water. Well question they climbed backwards down a plant. Getting into certain pool with the letter. It's exactly like that. Yes damsel flies. They have to lay their eggs underwater. It's usually inside plant matter. And they like you climbed on a louder pool climb backwoods down the stomach the plant and they can be water for about half an hour and they turn their wings into is an hour. Yeah so what's their oxygen intake. The rescue you can't do it. I'm just kidding. Tell you wings to snorkel guy that you all right above blue if you can walk out to trump an apple between your wings and then use that debris off. No that's cool. Yeah that's a human thing that i think we should nail trapping their bubble. We have equipment. We do that salton. We got my hand bubble. I wanted to this massive massive dragonfly. The first one was discovered by geico..

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"forty centimeters" Discussed on Weird AF News

Weird AF News

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on Weird AF News

"A man inserts alive eel into his but to ease constipation. The police are warning against hammock on the power lines and bacon might disappear as pig rules. take effect. These are the weird stories for monday on weird af news the only daily wear news podcast hosted by a comedian jones. I'm your host and producer. Thanks for joining me. I have three weird stories from around the world as usual. Hope you had a nice weekend. let's do it. A man shoved in ill up his anus in order to fix his constipation and he nearly died when you're feeling constipated as many of us have who needs more fiber when you've got a live eel that you can put right up your rectum. Chinese man in jiangsu province recently inserted get this a twenty centimeter long eel into his rectum from the anus in an attempt to relieve the constipation. I don't know what would make him think that this would work as this. Some local superstition jiangsu. Let's find out says sadly the man went to the hospital after enduring pain understandably the article actually says understandably yeah he put up is but of course. He experienced a little bit of pain. The doctor who operated on him said that the l. had bitten through the metal. No this is terrible. Ill bit through the man's colon and entered his stomach his abdomen. It just started going up into his system. This is like the movie alien instead. It went into his abdomen which could have caused he molasses. I don't know what that is. The man survived as did the eel in you did they pull it out his mouth it says here inserting alive ill into the rectum from the anus is a folk remedy to cure constipation. That makes for some jarring stories across china. I'd imagine it probably doesn't work a lot of the time. I mean i'd rather be constipated than having eel biting at my stomach lining i just would i'd rather be constipated i can. I can handle constipation. i can't handle an ill with teeth crawling through. My lower intestine can't do that. The article says last year. A man in guangdong inserted a forty centimeter long. Ill you're just going for the record here. Oh you put a twenty centimeter ill with teeth up your but i'll i'll see that twenty center centimeter lw it. In fact the teeth or longer to beat this so he inserted a forty centimeter long. Ill up his rectum. This other guy. Trying to break the guinness book of world records for ill but insertion it says here. He inserted that ill with the same hope to relieve constipation. Same with the same goal. But it doesn't stop with live fish. Apparently in two thousand seventeen. A man in guangdong's zhong shan shoved a bottle into his bomb to fix bobble issues after a spicy meal. The object was so far up the rectum that it required surgery to remove the bottom the bottle out of his bottom. I guess they're getting inventive. Here just live with the constipation. At this point i mean is much better than a glass bottle up your but i'd imagine or alive he'll or i don't know what else you would put up. I'd imagine in china. They're putting some crazy shit up. There probably chopsticks. i don't know they've probably tried everything. Instead of just living with constipation which i had made his uncomfortable but it's more comfortable than a forty centimeter ill with teeth. Sharp teeth that can bite through your scrotum come up your b- whole on the other side guys guys guys guys. Modern medicine man. I mean look at. I'm open to folk remedies. I really am. But most of those folk remedies will involve a tea or herbs of some sort of not messing with amphibians or snakes pocono in my orifices. I just don't. I draw the line at putting a live animal of some sort in an orifice of mine and just to be clear. The article want you to know heads up. There is zero scientific evidence to back up that an eel will do anything for your digestive system except wreak total havoc which this one did police warn against hammock. Hang on power lines utah. The weber county sheriff's office say they've noticed a recent increase in people using hammocks on high voltage electricity towers and power lines among other dumb activities jam on a power line. Are you okay. Officials say hamburgers have been climbing the towers on the bench area between north ogden and pleasant view. You guys know the area some even have been spotted climbing between the power lines just you know. Hey it's a weekend. What do you do you drink some budweiser and you. Climb the power lines you hammock on power towers towers of power. Isn't that a band. The power lines can carry. Can you guess how many kilovolts guys seventy five thousand seventy five thousand. That's not enough to kill a human being. that's hammering. Oh yes it is it is. It's actually enough to kill seventy five thousand humid. I don't know a lot of kilovolts. Electricity can jump from power lines. The sheriff's office wrote in case. You guys aren't aware electricity works. I don't want to be anywhere near powers to be honest with you. I would never even consider hammock. I prefer to trees. That's what i like to hammock under very safe on this. Of course the trees are struck by lightning. Then of course you're going to get some killer voltage through your bum bum. But most of the time you go between two beautiful majestic trees in the forest or jungle or woods wherever along a plateau along a plane in the valley wherever you wanna hammock anywhere is better than a power line. I'd imagine but people want to do it. i don't know. is this a dare. Is this one of those tick-tock challenges hammering on the power lines. I gotta get more information. Let's keep reading. I can read guys. The sheriff's office and rocky mountain power will start patrolling the area. More heavily you should be droning this area heavily and anyone caught on. The towers may be cited for trespassing. Maybe you might not. They might just give you a little picnic basket and leave. They might just come by and say this one sleeping. Let's let's leave her she can. We don't want to wake her up. No she's really enjoying the hammock on the power line so you may be setting for trespassing on the power lines. We want to discourage people from making on the power lines. Maybe maybe we'll write them. Take it if they trespassed onto the power lines. Maybe we will. We might not we might. It depends if it's a lovely day with a cool breeze. We're going to let them swing. We're gonna let them swing along those power lines for a little bit. Get their money's worth. I mean they've went to the effort to climb up the tower. We might as well let them have a nice time. It's a sunday afternoon. Here's a quote from the facebook post by the sheriff's office. We would really hate to see someone injured from either a fall or perhaps an electrocution parents parents. Please pass this along to your children's and why don't you tell all the walmarts to let anyone know who's buying a hammock on their way out..

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"forty centimeters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This is definitely the next person who brings up the electric thing and you know then environment when it comes to cryptocurrency. This is what they're getting their face. Chiampou kalpa and the story patty. Yeah if you want environmentally friendly way to resolve electricity issue you can start mining with who it apparently is true. Now when i pulled this article up some folks were saying things like is this a real website and you know it is a scottish website. And there've been a couple of other articles published about this. This is actually from june night. Have been sitting on this one for some time. where berry is in scotland scotland. Where they talk like sean connery. An englishman with a scottish action. now he's actually scottish. I believe but he played a russian man and a submarine and such was his most famous film. Apparently bitcoin mining often comes at the expense of using huge amounts of electricity something elon. Musk expressed grave concerns about as he announced. Tesla would no longer be accepting. The flagship cryptocurrencies payment despite gleefully announcing it would only days earlier and he's also co gone back on that now going well i guess i guess we'll take it again. He talks to the crypto. Minors hit had a conversation with the crypto. Minors all of them yeah. There's he didn't talk to me. I do a bit of mining from time. To time of crypto. it was just. That's how matt was like a saying that he phrased like he. He talked to the crypto. Minors or the crypto viner's like like making a subset of crypt minors. That are the crypto. Not all the crypto. The ones like they're more important than others. Have to look the exact. It's all right. it's not important. Off crypto currency markets rocketed at the first announcement with bitcoin hitting the all time high above sixty two thousand dollars. Us however the u-turn subsequent museum added tweets that followed where after cause a serious dip. That's bitcoins value have stripped back the price of all major coins. They're attributing far too much to mr. Musk and his tweets. The device apparently measures a mere seventy centimeters by thirty five centimeters by forty centimeters. Josh machines are designed to mind other digital currencies like raven coin in theory and use less energy. The firm's mining rigs have so far averaged approximately thirty thousand dollars each. That's in pounds in annual profits over a three year period with the bulk of these gains made in twenty twenty one as digital currencies. One institutional acceptance. So he's doing well with these particular. These actually will mind. You'll actually make money off them. According to this article. I wonder i wonder how efficient these machines are compared to like you know. I wonder if he ships internationally right. Rest josh i just shipped my pants. Josh who was among delegates in an e. u. summit on crypto last year says the company has been experiencing huge growth in sales among the uk's agricultural community as farmers tap in to on site renewable energy one greenside hosts forty mining computers which run twenty four seven. The site is powered using anaerobic digestion..

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"forty centimeters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Cow poo. So we'll talk more about that in the studio tonight. It's myself the reverend captain. Kick ass joining me. It's funny and chris and the telephone number. If you'd like to join in the conversation tonight is two zero two. There's two twos and the number the number two. Yeah you get two zero two three zero three six nine nine two two three eight zero three. Six nine is the number. So the sky in scotland apparently in the wake of elon musk's tweets about currency and the supposed- effects that he may or may not have had on the market Over five million pounds and in orders already as of june ninth. Anyway the device apparently measures a mere seventy centimeters by thirty five centimeters by forty centimeters. Josh machines are designed to mind other digital currencies like raven coin in a theory and use less energy. the firm's binding rigs have so far averaged approximately thirty thousand dollars each. That's pounds in annual profits over a three year period with the bulk of these gains made in twenty twenty one as digital currencies. One institutional acceptance. So he's doing well with these particular. These actually will mind. Actually make money off them. According to this article. I wonder i wonder how efficient these machines are compared to like other. I wonder if he ships internationally right. Josh i just shipped my pants josh. Who was among delegates in e. u. summit on crypto last year says the company has been experiencing huge growth in sales among the uk's agricultural community as farmers tapping to onsite renewable energy one greenside hosts forty mining computers which run twenty four seven. The site is power to using anaerobic digestion. Ad machines which turn animal waste into renewable energy. Now this isn't the first time i've heard of using waste as a form of energy i'll give you an example When i was looking into like off grid technology and innovation one of the things that is deployed is people will have a compost bin right and this is just a big areas usually fenced in utah. Saw your food scraps and think some people go to extremes. and they'll you know if they've got Like a composting. Toilet. they'll toss. they're they're human waste in there to you. Got to be careful with like you know animals get in there and disease and and and also it can become flammable right and and explode. So i mean like you know. It's not a joking matter. Careful with your matches. Even though i joke about this and we'll joke again. I'm sure you know. Give me five minutes or so but at any rate so once you have this compost pile and it gets to a certain will say size What you can do. You can run a copper coil. Underneath it before you start the compost pile and attach some tubes and a little small pump like a fishing a fish tank water pump to it. And what you do. Is you run this water to your under floor. Heating the make these under floor heating things that are essentially just tubes that phil hot water right and so what you're doing is you're just taking cold water from the tap your pumping it into underneath your compost pile which generates an immense amount of heat. Your heating that water. And then you're pumping that water back into the house right to heat your flooring which then in turn heats the house. So now you've heeded your house with your own waste products. Wow be cool. If you weren't using poop i would refuse poop. This is just gross. And i don't even. I able only compost like you know leftover foodstuffs and that kind of thing. So i'm not saying you have to you. I'm just saying that. This is not the first time i've heard of people using waste for a technological purpose or to. You'll something now house that you put on top of a waste pile then no on farms. They usually have an area. Set aside for composting. Right and usually what you do. Is you throw away like your banana. The bones of stuff and you know whatever into the compost and then in the springtime you take that compost and you spread it out over your garden because it is a very nutrient rich thing that it becomes and then that's how you grow better plants and better food and your gardens and all that kind of stuff. So parents do that. But i would've never thought you could add human poop. I would've thought that would make it would make it poisonous or something. Well i mean you can add. Animal manure is this. Isn't it like the same or something that people take that causes the problem or something which animals don't take or something. I don't know i don't i think about it but i do know that like enough about it but i do know like like hiking of staff and like they tell you when you hiking in the middle of nowhere not to hike or not to go number two near the river the water source right right you can wear as obviously animals are you can dig a pit privy right. You know if you're sort of off grading it kind of a thing. And i know a lot of the will call them green. Rv people folks who take vacations but they want. They want the solar power on their rv and they want a toilet. That's not going to you know. Have a bunch of chemicals have to be added to visit the dumpsite. They'll use what's called a composting toilet. And so you know these things exist. And they recycle. Or otherwise reuse. There's a book actually that. I think this explains the concept that i'm trying to get across a much better. It's called human newer and it is. Yeah it's a good book. It's a short book and it explains like the practical. How tunis of how somebody figured out a couple of different ways you gain something out of what most people consider way straight if you can hit your house in the winter because you've created this this pile of waste. Why wouldn't you. it's free heat. I think there's probably people out there who would be like if you were starving. The only way to eat was to use your own poop to grow food. You would do it. No i would die. Because i don't wanna live on that planet. If that's the only way to eat well i mean there is already manure in a large amount of farming. So whether it's human way story. I always it's already there. You've already been eating politics. I have to say. I just don't wanna think about it. Human part is what's disgusting because the human part discussing versus animal. Because you already kind of know that there is made poop like earthworms poop turns into dirt dirt earthworm poop dirt earthworm. Well i mean dirt kind of the decomposition of all things about life. Yeah but some of it is yeah excrement but of course it is absolutely it is gross. Well i'm not saying it's not gross. My own poop in my household families poop there will be even worse. Can we move onto an..

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On The Ledge

14:52 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on On The Ledge

"No water and they will be fine when he came back. So they to thrive on nate light. But they do survive on neglect. The do thrive with a bit. Or shall we say minimum. Tlc it's interesting. Point about the potting. Mix i think that lots of people by these plants and the way they come often from the dutch nurseries is in a mix. That's fine for them in the dutch nursery. But when you get them home is just to moisture retaining so people will have you re posited yet because I think that makes if you water generously just keeps too much moisture around those roots and they all quite amazing the roots of sense of areas. I don't know if all of them orange. But i certainly know that a couple of repoted recently had lovely orange roots which was kind of interesting installed just brim system. It's an underground stem from by. Stop them so what you're describing. His being orange is not she. The roots the underground stems so they have some very thick underground stems cold zones. It's it's a bit like an irish to be honest it on boasted. The stem is actually buried and to ground. And what you're saying is orange is actually is actually the stem and some of them need. Lots of space. Fa- i got a plan. It was collected in tanzania last year and the leaves are about who ten twelve centimetres long but the plant. Because it's got this big thick chunky underground rise zone needed apart. that's a good fifteen centimeters tall. Some boasts the plant is. It's like an iceberg. It's it's on the you cannot see us thoughts to propagate them so i guess we'll come onto propagation later all but we're talking about roots at the moment so those underground stems you can't take sections of values chop them up take sections plant them and they will You know send out the other thing we're talking about roots and putting compost is quite sensitive as don't like being disturbed that don't root system disturbed so what i tend to do is leave them alone. The paul until absolutely bound and then report them Because it can take several months for them to kind of establish the newport when you've reported them that's an interesting point. I think i've had the experience of finding a plant. That's been insider plastic pot and then in a cashpoint and i've lifted out with the in part and discovered that it's literally busting out of the of the that just so they get so huge and I guess that's the secret to their success of being able to be a very tough and they're storing a lot of water and nutrients in the in that roy zone. I tend not to use plastic polls very much for some viewers. Because i'm growing indoors. So i want them in a tragic parts but i have occasionally had plants bursts through plastic because the so much undergra- underground growth burst through absolutely. Yeah and there are loads of different sounds various species on the market. Now absolutely lows of them. I mean i was just looking at some pictures. Recently of the whale fin since various varia massoni honor where where they're selling them with etchings of they've somehow the leaves to make a picture on the side of the leaf. Did i send you a picture of that. Yes i haven't seen that before. So thank you for that. It's like these garden centers so cacti with dried flowers stuck into them. You know it's not not. I hate that kind of thing now. It's very strange. I don't i don't understand. The rationale is but it's i guess they're selling plants. Somebody's buying them. There are so many different species that are popular. Now so i know you're not keen on that keen investigation but the variegated forms are popular. I recently got hold of my dream of very which is banned tells sensation. I've read up in reading up on it that it's actually quite hard to grow relative for and severe but so far so good on that one. Do you have to be careful if you're trying to propagate variegated when will it grow true from a resume division will the will the variation. Stay right. okay if you want to talk about propagation just generally there's three main ways while she four main ways of propagating sensors. The slowest process is growing from seed. I have never done not to be honest and see very readily available. So you know that that's kind of especially sway to propagate sons fears a than the easiest way is to take cutting so some plants like sunset feerick pulver form very large clumps and you could just take offsets cuttings. Paul is one that produces over ground stolen. So it sends shoots along the the the soil seth is. And you just take one of those shoots and they'll reroute quickly. So dry off the surface for you know a few days pop into some compost and that will take quite easy so we've already taught about the underground stems the resume so you can just take sections of those and i gained dry them off before you put them into compost and they were root and shoot and the final. Quite easy right over. It's quite a slow process. Is to take leaf. Cutting sustained severe is beautifully from leaves. You can take a leaf of one of the ones like cylindrical. So you could have a leaf that may be is thirty or forty centimeters long. You could actually chop that up into half a dozen bits and each bit will route. But he's quite slow sometimes takes six months even a year for a leaf cutting to route. Maybe even You know another six months before it will send up shoots but eventually we'll get shoots from these leaf cuttings and i have had virtually zero failure rate with that. What the question you asked me about the very gates now. That is slightly tricky. Very dacian is a complex process. Because you've got different layers with different cells and quite often what happens if you take cutting off a variegated son severe. It's the lean part that will send out shoots the very gate doesn't so if you've gotta variegated son severe really. You shouldn't be trying to propagate from belief you need to take it from a shoot all if it's underground dole on a sort of underground rooms you can take sections of that which will route so severe will propagate from an underground a rising agile keep variation patient. Yes so that so. I've seen this people do this. I've not tried it myself because it always seems very much simpler just to divide applaud and make those reizo divisions. The just seems obvious. But i have seen lots of people on instagram. Do this they get sections of leaf and route. It and i was thinking. Why are you bothering with that. Variegated plug because then you look at the cussing. They've ended up all the young plant. They've ended up with and the sheets are coming from the green section. And you just got a plane green leaf which presumably isn't well i guess it. Perhaps that's preferable if you're verication but it just seems like i don't know i'm not sure why people bother with them with the leaf. Cuttings as you say you're gonna leave is a verification and it's very slow really i would say don't bother with a very gated son severe trying to propagate from believes. It's it's not really the way to spy opinion if you want to hone some new skills this spring checkout learning with experts the global classroom community that brings people together to learn from the best in the business. Their range of courses covers everything from food and drink to photography and gardening so why not become an accredited garden designer and learn with world renowned experts including influential dutch garden. Designed p do and multi-award-winning british-designed. Tom stuart smith take a course on herb gardening natural beekeeping well growing veg- you can start whenever it suits and you get to meet other gardening enthusiasts in the sociable online classroom visit learning with experts dot com forward slash on the ledge now for ten percent of your first course that's learning with experts dot com forward slash on the ledge learning expert search online learning that's guaranteed to the spirits. Are there any variegated sensitive area that you do like. I know you're not a great fan but are there any that you'll make an exception for bonte sensation. While of that that that i've got one or two a try facia knee. I very gates and i've got a very gated pulver but that's about to to few hybrids now. The hybrids are a different matter. Of named ron son. Severa ikea because a friend bought it from care without name. So i i've called it some severe. That's one of the thinly-veiled forms. But i love that. Because it flowers annually. It really is a good grower at. There's another one very similar call. Punky i think that these probably originated from hybrid called fern word. I don't know what the parents but this is a very thin blanket. Leave form but they flower very well. So we'll come onto flowering a bit later recipes. But they are great for flooring. And i've just got to do a hybrid Which is philip. C cross with pink quickly. That's gonna be quite slow growing. So i'll see how that said that does so well into a hybrid straws in the very gates. I have to say in terms of substance abuse. Let's come onto the flowers because you did mention them that i i have no had any of mine flower. I very very disappointed Can you tell me how i get mine. Two flour and i've got a few different species. I've grown of hairs for over twenty years. I guess our flowered thirty or forty different ones this dough. Quick fix to get them to flower. It's choosing the right plants. I would say so. I think they will all flower but you can take time so some need to be very large to flour and sabu flower flower regularly. So my advice. If you want flowers is choose the right flowering species or cultivars. So i've mentioned punky mentioned kia fernwood. They all flour for me annually One of the best ones for flowering is son. Severity francie. soy it's quite small growing it has leaves in five tiers But i have the in floor every ed so that's a good one for flowers. The other side is the cord is try fussy auto which i've only ever flowered once. She see quite often very large plants. Try fussier arta and you know. They don't fly very often. Severe won't flowers. That is absolutely wrong. Not to go for so. It's not a question of any particular trick to getting them to flower. It's growing the right plants. That will flop when they're small and we'll flower annually. Uneasy worth the wait absolutely son. Severe flowers a beautiful. There are two groups of sense fears when it comes to flowering most of them have toll spikes some of them have spikes up to a meter tall. The really big ones have lodged brunch spikes. Which can be willing to have to be to stole. The other group produced the in fluorescence. The grounds of the flowers emerge at soil level. The only one. I fly in that small group is holding. I am only flowered. Once the flowers might -nificant old son severe as our night flowering so the flowers open late afternoon and each flower only last one night and they produced the most gorgeous beautiful sense hyacinth. Like i would. I would describe the mouse if you have a flower spike has. I don't know twenty thirty flowers opening tonight. You come down in the next morning in. The room is full of this. Absolutely gorgeous sent but each flower on it last night. But if you've got to fly a spy with up to one hundred buds on it you could have flaws over a course of a week. Say they the half descent Because they attract moths their pollinated by most. So that's why. I'm both of them. Don't have much killer. Some of them have a tinge of pink. This warm brown. Most of them are white. Moths retract to buy the sent to not. Why the killer so Yeah that's why they sent it to attract pollinators which moths. I'm glad it's it's worth the wait. What i'm glad you liked. Ben tells sensation because i was searching for so long. And i i mean mine's only a little mine is a i'm division so has about four leaves right now but i was panicking because lots of people said who. It's quite quite and a heard from other people who had more a piece of roy's omens leaves and they were struggling but mine seems to be doing okay. Slow growing just need patient. I've never done this. But i've always fancied having some kind of mixed sense of area trough or dish lodge arrangement with various different species and hybrids of different heights shapes and colors east. That a good idea. 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"forty centimeters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Hiv light with a wavelength of around four hundred and five nanometers which studies have shown to sort of Inactivate of bacteria. This includes things like salmonella. E-coli am mr s a and lab based studies however of three studies conducted between two thousand ten and two thousand thirteen on frequently touched surfaces in a hospital burns unit. Researchers found that the bacteria reduction varied between twenty seven and ninety percent. That's a big gap depending on the factors like how many days the light was used for and how much activity there wasn't room and it was used. But i gotta say i like the idea of light being used to kill stuff around us in a post covid nineteen world. Seems like a cool idea. But we're not there yet. Well and that i mean you you hit the nail on the head. The you know covance people saying what i can kill germs or viruses that are life threatening while still having a smart home greets and this is not really doing that but it is a step in the right direction. I have a couple life. Ex-police tom i know you do as well. They work very much like he. Lightbulbs there got an app. You can do all sorts of things you can connect them to a smart assistant depending on what you have going on to your smart home so does cool stuff already. The idea that the bulb that i have that sits on top of my microwave in the kitchen could potentially help me be safer when i am. I don't know a handling raw meat. You know kind of thing. That sounds great. It does sound like at this point. What we're talking about is it's less of a yeah on a day-to-day basis. This is actually going to be here. Kitten safer sarah and more of a. Here's what we could possibly do in the future and here is where we have seen some. Germs become less so in hospital trials. This is a better idea than than it is a product. I love life. I think they're great. And i think life x is doing a good job not trying to claim things that aren't true. They put out their own studies. That are validated. But when you look at studies this kind of light doesn't kill viruses and life ex isn't trying to say it is but it doesn't kill viruses. It kills bacteria certain kinds of bacteria when you spend two hours or more within forty centimeters on a glass surface. This isn't like even a desk. Lamp isn't within forty centimeters of most of your stuff and not putting a desk lamp in my kitchen right over my cutting area so once you start moving away from forty seven meter forty centimeters. It takes longer for it sometimes. Eight hours or more to be able to have any effect and it still only kills like eighty percent. It's just not going to do much in most situations. So i get it. There might be use for it. It's just this. This particular lights disinfectant. Properties aren't great and really only work in very specific situations in those specific situations. It's great most people who use this light are probably going to be much of a disinfectant effect from it. Having known a few people that came went to a hospital came home with seed..

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"forty centimeters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Hiv light with a wavelength of around four hundred and five nanometers which studies have shown to sort of Inactivate of bacteria. This includes things like salmonella e-coli Mr s a and lab based studies however of three studies conducted between two thousand ten and two thousand thirteen on frequently touched surfaces in a hospital burns unit. Researchers found that the bacteria reduction varied between twenty seven and ninety percent. That's a big gap depending on the factors like how many days the light was used for and how much activity there wasn't room and it was used. But i gotta say i like the idea of light being used to kill stuff around us in a post covid nineteen world. Seems like a cool idea. But we're not there yet. Well and that i mean you you hit the nail on the head. The covance people saying what can kill germs or viruses that are life threatening while still having a smart home greets and this is not really doing that but it is a step in the right direction. I have a couple life. Ex-police tom i know you do as well. They work very much like he. Lightbulbs there got an app. You can do all sorts of things you can connect them to a smart assistant depending on what you have going on to your smart home so does cool stuff already. The idea that the bulb that i have that sits on top of my microwave in the kitchen could potentially help me be safer when i am. I don't know a handling raw meat. You know kind of thing. That sounds great. It does sound like at this point. What we're talking about is it's less of a year on a day-to-day basis. This is actually going to be here. Kitten safer sarah and more of a. Here's what we could possibly do in the future and here is where we have seen some. Germs become less so in hospital trials. This is a better idea than than it is a product. I love life. I think they're great. And i think life x is doing a good job not trying to claim things that aren't true. They put out their own studies. That are validated. But when you look at studies this kind of light doesn't kill viruses and life ex isn't trying to say it is but it doesn't kill viruses bacteria certain kinds of bacteria when you spend two hours or more within forty centimeters on a glass surface. This isn't even a desk. Lamp isn't within forty centimeters of most of your stuff and not putting a desk lamp in my kitchen right over my cutting area so once you start moving away from forty seven meter forty centimeters. It takes longer for it sometimes. Eight hours or more to be able to have any effect and it's still only kills like eighty percent. It's just not going to do much in most situations. So i get it. There might be use for it. It's just this. This particular lights disinfectant. Properties aren't great and really only work in very specific situations in those specific situations. It's great most people who use this light are probably going to be much of a disinfectant effect from it. Having known a few people that came went to a hospital came home with seed..

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Daily Tech News Show

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Hiv light with a wavelength of around four hundred and five nanometers which studies have shown to sort of Inactivate of bacteria. This includes things like salmonella. E-coli am mr s a and lab based studies however of three studies conducted between two thousand ten and two thousand thirteen on frequently touched surfaces in a hospital burns unit. Researchers found that the bacteria reduction varied between twenty seven and ninety percent. That's a big gap depending on the factors like how many days the light was used for and how much activity there wasn't room and it was used. But i gotta say i like the idea of light being used to kill stuff around us in a post covid nineteen world. Seems like a cool idea. But we're not there yet. Well and that i mean you you hit the nail on the head. The covance people saying what i can kill germs or viruses that are life threatening while still having a smart home greets and this is not really doing that but it is a step in the right direction. I have a couple life. Ex-police tom i know you do as well. They work very much like he. Lightbulbs there got an app. You can do all sorts of things you can connect them to a smart assistant depending on what you have going on to your smart home so does cool stuff already. The idea that the bulb that i have that sits on top of my microwave in the kitchen could potentially help me be safer when i am. I don't know a handling raw meat. You know kind of thing. That sounds great. It does sound like at this point. What we're talking about is it's less of a year on a day-to-day basis. This is actually going to be here. Kittens safer sarah and more of a. Here's what we could possibly do in the future and here is where we have seen some. Germs become less so in hospital trials. This is a better idea than than it is a product. I love life. I think they're great. And i think life x is doing a good job not trying to claim things that aren't true. They put out their own studies. That are validated. But when you look at studies this kind of light doesn't kill viruses and life ex isn't trying to say it is but it doesn't kill viruses bacteria certain kinds of bacteria when you spend two hours or more within forty centimeters on a glass surface. This isn't even a desk. Lamp isn't within forty centimeters of most of your stuff and not putting a desk lamp in my kitchen right over my cutting area so once you start moving away from forty seven meter forty centimeters. It takes longer for it sometimes. Eight hours or more to be able to have any effect and it's still only kills like eighty percent. It's just not going to do much in most situations. So i get it. There might be use for it. It's just this. This particular lights disinfectant. Properties aren't great and really only work in very specific situations in those specific situations. It's great most people who use this light are probably going to be much of a disinfectant effect from it. Having known a few people that came went to a hospital came home with seed..

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"forty centimeters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Hiv light with a wavelength of around four hundred and five nanometers which studies have shown to sort of Inactivate of bacteria. This includes things like salmonella. E-coli am mr s a and lab based studies however of three studies conducted between two thousand ten and two thousand thirteen on frequently touched surfaces in a hospital burns unit. Researchers found that the bacteria reduction varied between twenty seven and ninety percent. That's a big gap depending on the factors like how many days the light was used for and how much activity there wasn't room and it was used. But i gotta say i like the idea of light being used to kill stuff around us and i post covid. Nineteen world. seems like a cool idea. But we're not there yet. Well and that i mean you you hit the nail on the head. The covance people saying what i can kill germs or viruses that are life threatening while still having a smart home greets and this is not really doing that but it is a step in the right direction. I have a couple life. Ex-police tom i know you do as well. They work very much like he. Lightbulbs there got an app. You can do all sorts of things you can connect them to a smart assistant depending on what you have gone on to your smart home so does cool stuff already the idea that the bulb that i have that sits on top of my microwave in the kitchen could potentially help me be safer when i am. I don't know a handling raw meat. You know kind of thing. That sounds great. It does sound like at this point. What we're talking about is it's less of a yeah on a day-to-day basis. This is actually going to be here. Kitten safer sarah and more of a. Here's what we could possibly do in the future and here is where we have seen some. Germs become less so in hospital trials. This is a better idea than than it is a product. I love life. I think they're great. And i think life x is doing a good job not trying to claim things that aren't true. They put out their own studies. That are validated. But when you look at studies this kind of light doesn't kill viruses and life ex isn't trying to say it is but it doesn't kill viruses bacteria certain kinds of bacteria when you spend two hours or more within forty centimeters on a glass surface. This isn't even a desk. Lamp isn't within forty centimeters of most of your stuff and not putting a desk lamp in my kitchen right over my cutting area so once you start moving away from forty seven meter forty centimeters. It takes longer for it sometimes. Eight hours or more to be able to have any effect and it still only kills like eighty percent. It's just not going to do much in most situations. So i get it. There might be use for it. It's just this. This particular lights disinfectant. Properties aren't great and really only work in very specific situations in those specific situations. It's great most people who use this light are probably going to see. Much of a disinfectant effect from it having known a few people that came went to a hospital came home with seed if a terrible very antibiotic resistant infection And had to go back to hospital and deal with it.

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"forty centimeters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"forty centimeters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Hiv light with a wavelength of around four hundred and five nanometers which studies have shown to sort of Inactivate of bacteria. This includes things like salmonella. E-coli am mr s a and lab based studies however of three studies conducted between two thousand ten and two thousand thirteen on frequently touched surfaces in a hospital burns unit. Researchers found that the bacteria reduction varied between twenty seven and ninety percent. That's a big gap depending on the factors like how many days the light was used for and how much activity there wasn't room and it was used. But i gotta say a like the idea of light being used to kill stuff around us. And i post covid. Nineteen world. seems like a cool idea. But we're not there yet. Well and that i mean you you hit the nail on the head. The covance people saying what. I kill germs or viruses that are life threatening while still having a smart home greets and this is not really doing that but it is a step in the right direction. I have a couple life. Ex-police tom i know you do as well. They work very much like he. Lightbulbs there got an app. You can do all sorts of things you can connect them to a smart assistant depending on what you have going on to your smart home so does cool stuff already. The idea that the bulb that i have that sits on top of my microwave in the kitchen could potentially help me be safer when i am. I don't know a handling raw meat. You know kind of thing. That sounds great. It does sound like at this point. What we're talking about is it's less of a yeah on a day-to-day basis. This is actually going to be here. Kittens safer sarah and more of a. Here's what we could possibly do in the future and here is where we have seen some. Germs become less so in hospital trials. This is a better idea than than it is a product. I love life. I think they're great. And i think life x is doing a good job not trying to claim things that aren't true. They put out their own studies. That are validated. But when you look at studies this kind of light doesn't kill viruses and life ex isn't trying to say it is but it doesn't kill viruses. It kills bacteria certain kinds of bacteria when you spend two hours or more within forty centimeters on a glass surface. This isn't even a desk. Lamp isn't within forty centimeters of most of your stuff and not putting a desk lamp in my kitchen right over my cutting area so once you start moving away from forty seven meter forty centimeters. It takes longer for it sometimes. Eight hours or more to be able to have any effect and it still only kills like eighty percent. It's just not going to do much in most situations. So i get it. There might be use for it. It's just this. This particular lights disinfectant. Properties aren't great and really only work in very specific situations in those specific situations. It's great most people who use this light are probably going to see. Much of a disinfectant effect from it having known a few people that came went to a hospital came home with seed if a terrible very antibiotic resistant infection And had to go back to hospital and deal with it.

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Could a humanoid robot take on Ninja Warrior?

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01:27 min | 4 years ago

Could a humanoid robot take on Ninja Warrior?

"Torso to balance through the movements and power up each forty centimeter high step while using computer vision to locate the next one sure the advertisement is that such a robot could navigate through disasters to rescue squishy human stuck in precarious situations. But we can certainly imagine alternative applications, and of course, entertainment like sending it on the ninja, warrior course. Japan's Softbank bought Boston dynamics. And it's real. Botts from alphabet a little over a year ago and likely has aspirations for the technology that reach beyond hit YouTube videos. We'll keep you updated right here on your weekly tech

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