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"hawaiian coast" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio
"To privacy. It isn't all about power. Although little cash certainly helps the more money the more space you have or at least the more opportunity to make space a little wall here flown hallway over there and a to just close yourself behind getaway from everybody in perfectly quiet private room which is into frame. House has charleston proven without. This is david vincent. Who's a problem. I just three seven pounds between nbc's and how old is your house is and coaching succumb is besides living in a really old house on the whales england border. Dave is privacy historian and the author of privacy a short history. Now as we've heard throw today show. Privacy is a many-faceted thing and notions of privacy differ across cultures while davis book is focused on britain. It gives us insight into how western ideas of privacy evolved in the middle ages are still space would be house. Faso's it'll sense. Oh the vigil having arrived to their Even though is it improved human intuitive citizens that the house owes group of people control household venice's sevens the workers would together constitute unit. We had the rights to keep so private from other households. He don't begin to get a sense of individual currency until much later when the sufficient space inside house also have their own rooms and soon trying to keep themselves accomplishment other the restrictions that dole faces at parents is a by much of the twentieth century right so when did the idea of walled spaces within a homecoming about it develops. It's a measure of lead the size of the home Inch initially is muscle office. The technology of domestic living's on the beginning of interior walls which was themselves soundproof. But in in the middle ages website period You have beds. The house would be was asleep distinction which we now have another your vision. Is you'll remember zoo asian sanctions. Did i suddenly an the animal period so prior to this there were just be sort of. You'd be sleeping wherever in the house and presently cooking was linked to the fire. But there wasn't a sense of distinct spaces where you would engage in distinct activities to. I'm speaking to for my home. Which in fact is a blue gene fifty and when it was constructed that would just be one big space oath roof in which all end-uses of household would take place and in time they put in a four eight hundred of says and says to it and then begins to divide the spaces down says into separate rooms. That transition would take place over centuries. I will be to a much much more recently as you can have spaces imaging or veteran away which chimney. Yeah i've read. That hallways are a relatively recent phenomenon that even you know relatively large homes. You would have to walk through other people's rooms to get to your to your own room. Can you tell me about that eventually about issued and if you own awash house you begin as you say to struggle as curry mos between ruse providence. You would pass from one room to another even royal palaces. He wants to around the peso. Invention of the hawaiian coast is a significant. Is that does need. You've got those within the house. As you can trust you can ride premacy inches. Many respects intel's a history doors. If you have the money to put front room. Even a fire. Frontal critical is is is a physical as social events. It is then though he can come in blow us. That time he began to put up doors will still frames unlocks inside houses which he won the house sacred from from another the history of the doors yet to be written insist. Fools listens wants in tokyo. This was over. Time is a rich subject. When when i was reading about some of this stephan thinking about wait a minute. There was a time when we didn't have halls. It seems so strange. Do you have a sense of why when you look at a different idea of privacy. Seems so odd to us keynote. I mean it's it's certainly is something which now seems fundamentally unacceptable essential although the dr -cational attempts to the back of reloaded yet so tense. Oh so there's an experimental events even now it's about how you construes physical pregnancy which was then little absolute and you will love odense to Lineal your your spouse children. The servants seeing you in the states of address See you going about your your zeal. These things would not be seen as fundamental. Cheer identity annual. You'll you'll time than measures a sense of hygiene as personal events time the sexual activities will from ozone of making it it comes as a culture events newsom selves in drenching with material. History your capacity to keep you away from you'll see being the same bed is not chins whitening precious separate rooms. They begin to think about these things said in twentieth century meeting children than what away from adults as each business What role has technological. Change played in our notions of privacy for example. There's this argument that. The spread of literacy through movable type led to private reading and increase sense of the individual. Can you tell me a bit about that. Well it's it's a good example. We we are now preoccupied then and downs about interaction between social media busey at kind of Russian killers back a very low wages as you were indicating Before movable type you had correspondence developing in the the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries outreach able to kind of virtual cruzi when you have a relationship with somebody who when you're not physically in the presence and not about seventy down to the the nineteenth century when the correspondence becomes a mass practice so interaction between technology and communication necessarily private lives as a very long history is taken on a new dramatic form since invention of the engine is. That's what it is. The cards draws right the latest stage illusion which comes back crashing. So was there a time. Even in those early periods where writing was considered a private communication between. Say me and you long. Before the evesham movable type is it wasn't an cushions visits about individuals who writes will it was wrong to somebody else over since should read it our shoes from the very beginning which is the Was invented leading forty three. I think after they mentioned the penny post pretty late on before it was just voted on sometimes seals. So you have to trust. The river was it. To the recipient lumps.
"hawaiian coast" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Definitely was a winner in these summitry scoreboard. Sweepstakes says The vlad stir president biden sat down in geneva yesterday. Russia firmly in the lead as biden. Just kind of bumbled through it and really just got snitty six. Oh seven out thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. f. k. a. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail the auto collision a specialist studios. Now we do know however that you know president by gentlemen and he did present the dictator big president vladimir putin with some lovely gifts to include a pair of. well i would say replica. Don't know if they were the real deal. Probably were but presented. President vladimir putin with a pair of joe biden's signature aviator sunglasses and a glass buffalo. Don't know the significance of that now. What he gotten return. Well let's just say. It was a good day for russia not so much for the united states but now we understand exactly why president biden review refused to have that joint news conference with russian president vladimir putin following that first summit yesterday it was even though his handlers. Very carefully orchestrate Not only the reporters who are who are allowed to ask the questions but it goes almost right down to the questions that they're allowed to ask so you had Putin free ning preening for fifty five minutes taking questions from everyone but the national enquirer. I mean he was actually casting around the international journalists journalists pool saying. Hey let's take a cable news channel. Let's take a radio question. Oh there's somebody let's take a question for you. Fifty five minutes. He took center stage. He had no fear. But even though president biden's press corps was very carefully managed. Now he went off on a reporter. Steve doocy news your ad again. No no it was. Cnn's caitlyn collins. I it's as she was asking a question. He was actually walking away all right. He took just a handful of questions and president biden away. And meanwhile you've just got you know burton just basking in the media glory. But he was actually at the end of the press conference he had turned to walk away. And so you had. Cnn's caitlyn collins at the end of his brief in comparison to the putin taken center stage for fifty five minutes. Asking president biden. Why he was confident. That russian president putin would change his behavior. Now biden was walking away to set the stage. Here he was walking away after saying yes. He's he was committed to freeing americans imprisoned in russia. But the question is is the vlad stor committed to. Freeing americans imprisoned in russia remains the system remains to be seen a but he world around and snapped at this reporter saying i'm not confidential changes behavior. What in the hell what do you do all the time. Undaunted cnn's caitlyn. The collins tried to continue her line of questioning. Biden stuck up a finger and said when did i say i was confident. Excuse let's get this straight. I said what will change. Their behavior is if the rest of the world reacts to them and diminishes their standing in the world. Oh boy. I'm not confident of anything. Well there's a great message to put out there. I'm just stating of fact. And if you don't understand that you're in the wrong business. And then he world around and walked away now that said he did apologize for his tone with collins afterward saying on the tarmac before boarding air force. One that he shouldn't have been such a wise guide but doesn't that add to the entire mix as we understand. Now why the last thing. The president and biden wanted was a joint conference a joint. Non conference With the president of putin. Now you gotta remember that. This was not their first rodeo. President biden has met as a vice president with president putin in the past. But let's just say when it comes to gamesmanship putin certainly has it down setting the stage because you have to remember. It was just a day before the sit down in geneva that russia's navy conducted military exercises on a scale not seen since the cold war. Just off the hawaiian coast. You talk about in your face and that provocation. It costs putin absolutely nothing. Summit ended with biden calling the meetings tone positive and putin declaring there has been no hostility. Yes biden claimed that he took putin's task for the attempted murder of a critic. Alexey navalny in the imprisonment of those two americans. If he dies in prison said biden. I made it clear to him referring to vladimir putin that the consequences of that will be devastating for russia away but he didn't detail any consequences whatsoever. Hey i wonder if he told them what he said he was going to tell him when he wanted to tell them if he had the opportunity to tell them putin went. Whoa i've been told he also chided putin for letting hackers disrupt from russian soil soil yet biden said no. He didn't make any threats. Here's the best part. He then handed putin a list to do list. Sixteen critical infrastructure elements escorting to a piece out of the post. New york post editorial board sixteen critical infrastructure elements that should be off limits to cyber attacks. And i'm sure that blonde mir putting putin took that information to heart await. He's says russia had nothing to do with the cyber attacks russia's interference in other countries elections including our own well biden also told putin well it diminishes russia's standing those are fighting words. But do you really think that. Russia is so fragile. Such snowflake nation that it's going to change.
"hawaiian coast" Discussed on WJR 760
"Some of the higher elevations a powerful winter storm is now on the move it's moving eastward across the United States it's expected to snarl travel plans for millions this weekend many are trying to get home after the holiday week meteorologist Jennifer gray says we'll see significant totals in certain parts of the country by Sunday still snowing for the northern plains of the upper Midwest rain still falling for the south and then as we get into the east you can see a little bit of the wintry mix heading into the northeast as well so we're going to see a lot of snow a lot of rain from this and a lot of travel headaches for the weekend the Coast Guard is searching for a helicopter that be able to return from a tour off one of the most popular Hawaiian coast lines last night Dan Simon's reports the chopper took off in bad weather and the search this morning has been hampered by it that helicopter did have electronic locator on it but at this point no signal has been detected and at this point we don't know who was on that helicopter we're talking about a total of seven people one pilot six passengers two of the passengers are believed to be minors at least twelve people are dead dozens more injured after a back air plane crashed into a building and cassock stand just seconds after took off on Friday morning correspondent Richard quest says authorities now investigating three important factors like has extended Sarkies who will be the principal investigator we'll be looking at three things firstly the pilots and take off of the aircraft secondly the maintenance of the aircraft I'm related to that the safety procedures all back at could this be another hate crime.
"hawaiian coast" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"And listening pleasure and listening pleasure we are joined by Christopher Lofgren is the chef owner of bamboo sushi out of Portland Oregon which is now spreading across the country at a swift pace welcome to the show Seattle can show Christopher's you thank you what's going on I I know that might but I believe that we are looking at a space close to each other over in total like if I'm not mistaken we might be yeah we might actually we can we can talk about that off line but yeah okay yeah totally so very interesting development John Paul who on center cal is a great guy and very passionate about designing full outdoor living spaces yeah exactly malls and things and so I think you did a great job with totem lake and gonna go see it this afternoon actually place that Erica I will now I'm not so I'm having the same engine into with no sauce I am a question sure by the way I just wanna verify I I do work on the rest we develop them but I wouldn't call myself a chef so I'm not the chef so okay I I I you Chris then yeah I just I just I was just to use you guys other serious reputation in terms of sustainability yes and how much you care about the way your product comes from I visited your website they visited many different places where you mentioned it is a pretty impressive amount of data you've got there I could in your carbon footprint and all that yeah it's pretty astonishing how much work is that two for any restaurants to do I think if you're starting out then you were trying to copy exactly what we're doing it would be you know I mean we're we're celebrating our eleventh anniversary this November so it would be you know quite a lot of work to do I think if you want to start with the basics of just becoming certified for your sustainability that you know is maybe a six to eight months under undertaking and you know our our whole focus was when I got into the restaurant business I came from sort of an outside perspective so my background was in in law and in finance and in technology and I was really passion about the environment and I love food like many people get in the restaurant business kind of an accident started with a passion for food I grew up in Los Angeles she's my favorite food when I moved to Oregon I got asked to invest in a sushi restaurant then the investment started going poorly as many novice what is what a shocker right I have never heard of yeah never going never and so as any good investor does I was like well I invested in something I know nothing about it she probably learned about this is a little late I should have done on the up front okay but the more I stepped in and learned about it the more sort of falling in love with the restaurant industry in the more started seeing how you know how many different facets it touches from you know health and wellness to transportation to food and agriculture to climate change and so the more I got involved with the more I realize this is actually really important business and something that I think a lot of people just overlook as it just serves food but it does so much more than that and those of us are in the industry know that I know how complex it is but those people outside I think have kind of maybe a little bit of a provincial view of what it is and so the one thing I did want to do though that was different was I think obviously in a as I mentioned earlier I'm not a formally trained chef and I I have the utmost respect for people who are true chefs but chefs are not scientists generally speaking chefs are creators they're not ordering should join either either tastemakers you know and they're people who have an incredibly important role to play in terms of changing trends and changing perception but not necessarily or maybe too much importance placed on their view of what is sustainable and what is not and so coming from more of a science and data background I said well look there's these incredible organizations out there in the world that spend millions and millions of dollars you're doing research and then take that research and gently put in a filing cabinet somewhere I was back then now I guess the drop into the cloud but none the less those papers and I've not ever seeing the light of day and so I set out to say okay what if you could create a restaurant that was fully sustainable based on the highest level of scientific guidelines working in tandem with these independent auditing organization that would come in and basically pull the business apart and tell you how to be more sustainable and then you would take that information and you would translate that to your chefs and your customers in terms of a fun and exciting ways not doom and gloom but really like here's the most essential standards here's how we're gonna source here's how we're gonna make this work and then tell the customer this is why we're doing it right and that's how we got to that level of sustainability and then from that DNA kind of being baked into the company we just moved on and so something that for me I I moved to Oregon to become an environmental lawyer and so language is really important for me and on the bottom of every menu it used to say back in the day whenever possible we source local sustainable whatever and I always joke that I didn't say that to my wife at our vows it into like whenever possible we'll have to you will have to meet us and we're not gonna whenever possible yeah exactly so you know the idea that you can say that basically negates everything that comes after it and so for me I want to create a restaurant that said we will always do this no matter what and that everything we do is based in the most rigorous science possible not derive derive from our own theories but derived from the world's foremost scientist that's very awesome that's a very serious commitment yeah and so how much would you guess that that limits your a variety of possibilities at your restaurant yeah so with sushi I mean obviously you know if your regular sushi restaurant you can pretty much source anything you want and in general one of the things that is interesting though is that most people only eat as we know is respond hers eight to ten different things all right and then there's all these different things that are really cool and fun and exciting but people are focused on salmon crab albacore tuna shrimp etcetera and so what was cool was that a lot of those more important species were able to be sore sustainably and so we went and found the people doing it to the highest level of people who wanted to replenish stocks are people who wanted to actually change their fishing methods to do something sustainably from unsustainable and then for the things that were sort of on the fringe we wanted to find those cool kind of up and coming fish so to speak up and coming items that chefs really excited about working with but that guests may not know of and so we could change their perspective in a simple one was at the beginning we couldn't serve hamachi how much is farm raised it gently feta genetically modified so a chicken feather diet that is not a miss statement a chicken feathers and chicken by product exactly which is not what the fish is natural eating it's an environment and so it does come out with that kind of battery slimy taste that a lot of how much he has and for us we wanted to source of wild but it can only swims for about two weeks out of the year is generally bi catch product and so we were like what we need something on the menu that you're around and so we found quite a compulsory income parties a Jack fission similar family it has a little bit lighter more mild flavor it was being grown off the Hawaiian coast it was one of the first if it was actually the first major U. S. aquaculture farm that was doing it right way open at Penn other closed up pence I think no they're not open yeah well I fly over him all the time yeah all they look like all those but they're not open meaning the sides are not non close yes so the current go through them yeah well so you wouldn't want to so close generally is on land so close tank circulation generally on land you're you're keeping all the block by product excrement and everything else that comes out of the fish and then you're filtering it through a normal sewage treatment plant out it see if you put them to close to estuaries or things like that obviously British Columbia suffered a lot of issues with this sort of Chile where they put the fish farms to close to either other habitats or human habitat and basically the stock depends with too many fish and so then it was basically over one in that area similar to like if you had a a livestock issue with right cattle no no different right yeah exactly yeah all the all the feces drops you know straight away and create an intense environment rather than especially in Kona where the wave action is really strong if you create a flush environment exactly a so so they're doing in this beautiful title it's about maybe two miles off shore you can see the airport actually from there it's incredible and so the fish are out there in these pens I've actually gotten a chance to swim with them last year and and the pens go up and down there on a hydraulic lift and there's the current to go through them and and then the few drops into them and it's it's a it's a beautiful farm doing a really really good way so that was anywhere a way of us being able to answer Tom's first question of how do we get other products kind of that are sustainable but that might be different from what the the guest really originally wanted all right so they're going to come back and talk about it talk with you next week also no and because I want to talk a little bit about conscious hospitality and some of the things that go along with with being sustainable not just with the seafood but also with your team yeah and all of that sign and your new restaurants in the I mean is it is a very all right so up next we have Britney Marlena she's the pastry chef from.
"hawaiian coast" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"So I mean, you know, Kim might have been digging about the Knicks vote. Why would you when you got LeBron and, and and, and Davis already waiting for you? Don't you think would be a better spits as he knows the Braun and all of that? Maybe because, you know, I. Seems to be very unhappy all the time. I don't know movies make up and he LeBron have, you know, the team like they made up friends again. But it depends it seemed like they want Kemba. So I'm sure look, I'm sure they talked to LeBron who do you want? And he maybe he said, oh, Kimba, the better guy. I, I don't know. But I, I. That's what I want to go after. What do you think they gave up so much? Don't you think that, that nowadays early the or miss? Well here. But here's the problem, the problem of these unprotected anchor going to swap, you know, it's going to be like the nets went all the picks went away. And, you know, you're talking down the road is one of the last pick is to twenty twenty-five. What if the team stinks and you need at drastic now this is the price you paid to get Anthony Davis. So you hopefully you win a couple of championships in offset anything any doubt, downtime later when you don't have these picks who knows. They could swing a deal and maybe get some more picks before you know couple of years, who knows who they might trade a move. Let's go to Mike in the Bronx. Mike, you're on the fan. Tony was to do. All right, man. How you doing? I'm happy. Father's AT. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. Yes, sir. All right. Didn't. He didn't shoot me son, a hundred million dollar deal who Tyson fury. Yeah. Yeah. Put him in. Anybody really even in next fight. If this guy had one foot in the grave, this guy will have half a foot in the grave. You, you can't you can't risk the, the big big payday against against a wild at which if you lose you cast out. But you made all the money it can't lose to some bum. Listen the operative word 'cause in my judgment, he is he would have been on alleys bombing among clubs he'd been all storm is abundant bum of the month club and Larry Holmes bum of the month club. I'm not a big fan. I don't I don't know. He's just not. He told me I stopped pedal, telling me, he's the linear champion because nobody can name any linear champion in any way division blowing up that only have, you know, you know. You better off saying, we've got the former undefeated heavyweight champion and people go. How can be undefeated because he gave up all the bells. And when you give all the bells, but you come back you don't you don't become the Linea champ again. You broke your broken ready. Right. Not told me, you know, I know LA's wanna add more pieces by just want to back up right quick. There's going to look at San Antonio right now, based on what happened with Kawhi Leonard, and how he knew ways injury was in what was going on with his body. And you know what ended up happening with Kevin Dilan you know, if you saw Steve Kerr, he said, well, it wasn't only doctors that said he got the clearance eagles, outside doctors gave him a claim to this is why you, I didn't think that he was going to lead Golden State based on him going out the chocolate, icing himself like that. But San Antonio Eliza very bad. So when it comes to any, you know, told me listen have a good one man have a good. We all right, Matt. Visit you could look he was, you know, the Santo doctors would tell them. Hey, you good to go. I still hurt. You know something was wrong with him? He's a malcontent. He's, I'm telling you it hurts. But you don't want to believe me. Gotcha. And Durant, if he's if he's happy with the, with the Golden State Warriors, medical staff, takes a good chance of bringing them back, especially if they're going to offer them the max, and he's, you know he gets the rehab for year. Why not? Let's go to Peter in Westchester. Peter, you're on the fan. Hi, tony. Hey, good luck. Good luck in the future. Thank you, everything. I have a feeling we're going to hear from you. Either on the radio broadcasting in the future. We'll see the two things. I is a comment, I'm hoping that this whole Anthony Davis and the loss of the warriors is start of great NBA shakeup, and really shake up the league and and move players around and, and get some equity in. So you don't wake up today before the season starts knowing who's going to be in the finals. I mean that's, that's what I'm hoping there. And, and so far, I think that Anthony Davis Cohen's. The Lakers is a step in the right direction. I don't know how many more things I mean, the fact that the in Klay Thompson, or out that, that changes things a little bit because I think Thompson, definitely was going back to go the state and Kenneth, Kevin Durant. Durant might have been fifty fifty maybe forty sixty depending on you. If you just want if they'd want to championship. I think maybe he might have left but will they didn't? Yeah. It's a shakeup, and that's, that's what the NBA needed. That's what I'm hoping to happen. Second thing is as far as Clint Frazier. Okay. What are we going to what are they going to do with Clint? Well, he's an insurance policy for, you know, that's one thing, these the, the, the stars of the have proven that, you know, they can go down. They can go down me day at any time. And Clinton could step in? That's number one. Number two. You know he has proved out some Yankee fans including myself haven't been assured that this guy, maturity levels, quite there. Yet through the Yankees in, you know, some of the boots, and in the in the outfield to me were a little bit. I'm forgivable at this level, and then number three is. Yeah. He's proven himself good. That means we can get something for him. So I'll looking at it overall positive. I look he's on pace to hit thirty one hundred and you can't send that down to the minors. If you if you take immature to get rid of him, you get something form, as far as the shakeup one thing. One thing this of it hasn't changed. The power structure, it's still in the west because Anthony Davis goes to the Lakers in the rumor is that, you know, who is going to go to the clippers. It's still the west is going to be it'd be it's going to be one battle to get out of that, that playoff. Let's go to Gary Staten Island. Gary on the fan. Hey, all right. How are you? I do. Thank sixty two. Ransom fading up a little bit. Could give a little way from the phone, Gary, you said he would give it away to your grandson. Yeah. That's better. Books. I gave to migrants. On I Gotcha. Absolutely. Gabby. Can't hear you. Yeah. A little bit better. Go ahead. Alonzo. Walking him every minding Piazza he can hit the any field would pow. Yes. He agree. That shot last night. Yeah, I guess it put him. He's got to be in a homerun derby. I guess, but I you know, he pulls the ball so that, that's fine. But you get he can. He can put it out any field. He's got so much power. Gary, I'm sorry, I got to let you go. I lost them altogether. What he was saying. You know, give us a call them. We come back on Tuesday. Let's go. Joe in Brooklyn, Joey on the fan. Hey, Tony Lopez show. Thank you. First of all, would have came to nets but injuries come now, the injury happened, you know, they killed his damage good losing a year. So that's got to pursue the second guy. I mean, everyone's saying they keep that Kyrie and Dangelo can't play together. I mean you can go after the max spot, Jimmy bought the guy goes the angular also, right? I, I guess I liked the Russell because he fits in well with that team. I know this is something about him that he just seems happy. I don't know what it is. And you know this this, he wanted to go to the Lakers, as he wanted to go with the nets. I mean, the, the power is in the west if you come to east, you know, you got a better chance, baby. Get into the, the finals and if. Hawaiian coast to the west Toronto is not the team to be east anymore. Right. Right. Do you think that maybe in a team up here, instead of Dan, what would that be better? Because I mean, the point you Dow these actually underrated Jimmy, Jimmy Butler, and, and, and that might work does the thing is, you know, what are you going to get back for, for, for Russell? If you do that. I mean he's he's an all star young. He's got a nice game. I would stick, stick together and just maybe at a small piece, because they just they just seem like a team of the future. Just the way they are. Right. But they just trade. The seven can overall pick to clear max. Contractor. Yeah. I mean, it's, it's Durant messed up everything I think for everybody because I thought he might go to the nets really out of it. A good fit for him. But Kaya me by himself. I don't know. I don't know. Right. And also one more point on the Lakers. I mean you have Anthony Davies have LeBron who you wrote players now you'll have any role player. I mean Tyson, Chandler and McGee. I mean that's about it. But you know he had no bench. No, but they got to keep Couva that they wanted the I think the pelicans wanted him. I think look, they there's something about the mid rains exemption that guys wanna play with LeBron. Now they go after Kemba Walker. That's all a lot of problems. They're going to be there. The odds on favorite to go to the to the finals. But then also, remember if, if Leonard does go to the clippers. That's, that's an interesting battle. I mean, talk about the same city. Same same stadium. Geez. That'd be something else. But that's you know, we got the draft coming up soon, and then free agency that a little while after that. I'm curious to see who takes a chance on on Durant. And I still think tops stays with the Lakers with the with the warriors. Where would I go with just Steph curry, and a couple of other guys, they could they'll be in the playoffs, but they won't be that team to beat ill though. They're gonna they're gonna struggle. But it's, it's interesting with the Laker, they gave away a lot. They're going to see a live at draft choices. You know that they're gonna wish they had at some point at some point.
"hawaiian coast" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Also an angel investor Peter Kelly is with us. Peter welcome one of the actually claim to invented put together some existing systems in novel way. So surprised that was launched about three or four years ago, and they wanted to actually fourteen nations, but the major part of it, which is the ship itself was designed here in the UK. So what the price was forced to be able to map the bed in a much better way. And so this was a combination of a ship. And a an underwater drone type device. How does it work? The end oughta drone is looks like a torpedo so propelled, it will do for knots. It's got a variety of different senses on, including cameras, and other devices. But what's novel about it is that it's also could associated with the ship, which is also tournaments. So the torpedo will come up to the surface get onto the ship, which is autonomous as well. Charge itself out and then go back down again. So the ship can then act as a base for it, and then is fully autonomous if necessary could be partially autonomous what measurements, are they going to make? And how long's this going to take the prides itself was asking for devices to map out the surface of the seabed at up to four thousand meters day about twelve thousand feet, and they target for this prize was to have twenty four hours to map as much as possible, and they managed to map, attuned, seventy eight square kilometers in that time. But the idea behind it is to find geological features and they found more than. Features which haven't been known before in the Mediterranean missiles at all. So in other words, it's it's going to look at a subset of the ocean floors, because we must have mapped quite a bit already haven't percent. Really? Yep. And so they'll get this map, what are we going to do with it, when they finally, there's all kinds of things that can do with it from commercial applications, for instance mining. I mean, there's a huge amounts of minerals, down there on the seabed they can do focus of to NAMI, the whole ocean current measurements. They could do, so the idea is to have a map of the whole world by twenty thirty says, which can then be analyzed, particularly this organization. The general bathymetric chart, the oceans, which is the sort of the option body here. Of course, the conservationists quite worried about this undis- tation on they because there are these wonderful pristine resources, down there, in huge abundance, these mineral things, and they are relatively access to us these days, compared with the price now, recovering for instance, oil in the same way. But at the same time. If we don't know what is down there in terms of geology. We also don't know what's down there in terms of biology. And we could therefore in the in the course of gang recovering those minerals, be doing until damage unique species as you'll see later on in the spring with a an animal just seen Sino more referring to the fact that Lloyd peck is coming on, and he's got in her box. Got a dinner plate size cease. Good. Look at, of course, that's the point. In fact, I met a guy some years ago, which was picking up cobalt not jill's off the Hawaiian coast, and he put one hundred million pounds into do this, and they hoovering them up from very so yet this clearly ecological disadvantage. But there is also an advance you'd meal to find these minerals in places which aren't going to the normal above surface land. Thanks very much. Let's pizza be the naked scientists.
"hawaiian coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And water bottles. He's been in solitary for the past twenty seven months after breaking out of two Mexican prisons. He's being held in New York correctional facility while awaiting sentencing June twenty-fifth on drug trafficking and conspiracy to murder counts. Sara Lee Kessler knee are deadly riptide off the coast of North Carolina. A father swimming with his family was unable to be saved. And this is not the first incident of late tragedy at North Carolina beach, a whole family caught in a dangerous riptide, three children rescue, but their father not surviving his death now the eighth in north. Alone in just the last week in the nearby town of emerald. Dial the family of Robbie Patterson still in shock after the forty eight year old got caught in a ferocious rip current off the coast. His son Tyler jumping in pulling him and two others. From the water Patterson, reportedly unconscious when his son got to him. He passed away in the hospital, two days later, that is a b C's GIO Benitez shark attack turns deadly off the Hawaiian coast ABC's, Adrian banker tells us more about the sixty five year old doctor who was on vacation in Hawaii has a man is brutally attacked bitten and killed by a shark off the coast of Maui. Shocking. Officials say that Dr Thomas smiley was AK shinning with his wife swimming about sixty yards from the shore on Saturday, when the attack happened the shark taking half his leg, we were watching the man get pulled up. We could hear her screaming. She was saying my husband. That's my husband rescuers on jet skis frost to try to save his life. The sixty five year old declared dead at the seen the last fatal shark attack. In Hawaii was in two thousand fifteen minutes. North Lewis killed also off. Molly the trade war between the US and China has been pretty serious. But now unlikely voice in the trade war, Trevor Noah of comedy, central's the daily show while America is developing its own five G, China's piji is so far ahead, basically, going to set the trends a brief clip from the comedians. If you don't know now, you know, segment on Chinese equipment maker, while as dominance in next generation five, g mobile technology who's Ron on state broke, ASTA CCTV's, national lunchtime, highlighting while ways lead in the? Technology, but.
"hawaiian coast" Discussed on Talking Tech
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. With wicks, you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your professional website today. I have been living with a new drill in the past few weeks. And if you're interested in getting sharper overhead shots without as much worry about crashing, the look no further than the DIGI, I maverick to pro drone. It's pretty sweet. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day and you're listening to talking tech. Let me tell you about my new toy. The maverick to is the update to the maverick pro drone which broke ground in two thousand sixteen as the first somewhat affordable quality drone that was also compact enough to fit into a backpack. Now, the original sold for around thousand bucks and had a camera sensor, the size of smartphone, good, but not great. The new edition has the same sensor as the one thousand. I'm like a big camera like the Sony Rx, one hundred or are extend a full one inch, twenty megapixel image sensor, which is seventy five. Percent larger than before, and there's also this massive piece of glass made by the legendary Kamya manufacturer Hasselblad. In other words, the drone is a photographer's dream. It's also more pricey starting at fifteen hundred dollars. And I say starting because you can't exactly walk out the store with just the drone. You're gonna need extra batteries as well. Deejay says the battery lasts around thirty minutes. Yeah, which may work well for the company, but in my real world test has been more like twenty minutes. And if you go out to some awesome location with your drone and start flying it over cliffs mountains and oceans face it, you're gonna be there awhile get. Don't just want twenty minutes of flight time. Another battery will cost you a hundred and forty dollars, and that's just for one. Now beyond the photography which I'll get into shortly. There's also obstacle avoidance. You fly a drone at least at first and you'll crash. It's part of the learning curve, but the pneumatic to has more sensors in the drone for better avoidance technology than the previous edition. It will ring to warn you and swerve out of the way of obstacles which is really cool. Photo quality is super impressive. The best I've ever seen on a drone, the four k. images really pop and the drone flight is so smooth that you rarely see jerky footage now. Now DJ also introduced a less expensive maverick upgrade the magic to zoom with the same size, smaller image sensor as the previous magic, but with a twist. There's also a zoom lense a so called zoom lens similar to the zooms on bigger iphones and the ten models you go from wide-angled deport boats. So it's kinda minimal the features nice. But let's face it. I'm flying over a Hawaiian coast or a hiking trail. I'm pretty high up there, and that's the point I want the wide shot like from the airplane, looking down the little zoom Inc. Get me very close at all. Now, remember listeners that if you're new to flying drones, you need to obey the basic law set out by the FAA don't fly over four hundred feet over people's. Heads moving cars at night or over your neighbors back many local cities have their own drone rules as well. So be sure to check before you start soaring into the skies. Have questions about drones worth here to help look for me on Twitter where I'm Jefferson, Graham even listening to talking. Please subscribe the show on apple and Google podcast. Please favorite show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show. And as always thanks everyone listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running, you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com. Got you. Covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks. You can create your own professional website, right? From your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile, and it takes less than five minutes. Plus you can do it with one hand, so it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your very own beautiful professional website today.