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"nine kilograms" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast
"Whatever you're good granted with an aperture opens up to f five on the hundred and fifty millimeter and and six point seven. Weei out there at five hundred. You'd better be shooting in daylight or things are going to be a bit rougher you unless you want to crank your iso way up. That's still thing that all said. What zoom range. That is you know if you want to read way a out and grab a shot you can if you're shy but you still wanna do street photography. Who knows how many streets away you can do that from the new tamron. One hundred and fifty to five hundred millimeter. Get ready for f. Five to six point. Seven mark three v c. Vx the alphabet soup of a land as the company's very first super telephoto zoom. I sony mirrorless cameras. It's just three point seven inches. Why that's nine point. Five centimeters eight point three inches long also has twenty one point one centimetres win at one hundred fifty millimeter in. That is an eleven point one inches long also known as twenty eight point. Two centimetres zoomed to five hundred millimeters. You're probably gonna wanna work on your upper body strength though or use a modified because this lands weighs in at four point one pounds also one point nine kilograms with that foot attached. So you can attach it to amman pot or a tripod or three point. Eight pounds also knows one point seven kilograms if you're shooting at hand held and if you are shooting hand held and you're gonna feel that after a while. Trust me on this now. A sweet feature this lands is it takes just seventy five degree twist of the zoom ring to go from one fifty to five hundred millimeters or the other way around something. That's incredibly helpful. When it comes to not overly fatiguing your arm the last movement that you have to do the better now. The manual focus ring is closest to.
Tui Plane in ‘Serious Incident’
"Are at first item in the news notebook Tui plane in serious incident in quotes after every myths on board was assigned child's weight. This is from the guardian and let's see a software mistake caused a two flight to take off heavier than expected as female. The title miss m. i. s were classified as children. An investigation has found the departure from birmingham airport to majorca with one hundred. Eighty seven passengers on board was described as a serious incident by the air accidents. Investigation branch an update to the airline's reservation system while its planes were grounded. Due to the coronavirus pandemic led to thirty eight passengers on flight being allocated a child's standard weight of thirty five kilograms as opposed to the adult figure of sixty nine kilograms. This caused the load sheet produce for the captain to calculate what inputs are needed for takeoff. The state that the boeing seven thirty-seven was more than twelve hundred kilograms lighter than it actually was. Investigators described the glitch. Everything's glitch as a simple flaw in an it system. It was programmed in an unnamed foreign country where the title miss m. i s s. is used for a child and m s for an adult female ms despite the issue thrust used for the departure from birmingham an off birmingham on twenty one. July twenty twenty was only marginally less than it should have been and the safe. Operation of the aircraft was not compromised The same fault. 'cause to other two flights take off in the uk with inaccurate inaccurate. Load sheets later. That day
"nine kilograms" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals
"We're trying to get the density to be the same between the gas us so that we float as a reference. Hydrogen gas is compressed in scuba tanks. That can be stored more effectively. You can get more gas in their oxygen hydrogen but anyway just to get a restaurant. How much impressed so the pressure in a tank is about seven hundred bars and that brings the density of the gas from point zero nine kilograms from meter cube to forty two kilograms from your cube. So like you know five hundred. Close two thousand times as dense. The problem is the arch human has a density of slightly less than water which is puts us at nine hundred eighty five kilograms from your queue compared to our compressed gas forty two so what. We're not even close to the density that we need under the pressure and compounding. That is that like we're nowhere cl. The seven hundred dollars of pressure density is nowhere. Close to what we need. And we're nowhere close to that seven hundred bars of pressure any way for the pro style reporting kind compounding on that bad news. Is that as you go deeper. And deeper into jupiter it gets hotter and hotter and even where the probe stopped transmitting. It's already being about three hundred degrees fahrenheit. Which is not the craziest number physics wise. Like that's a a manageable temperature. But if you're wondering oh maybe we could just keep going deep and you know in a little in a ship. That insulates temperature and pressure. It's not really going to work out for us. Because like i said three hundred degrees is manageable but is estimated that the core of jupiter can reach forty two thousand degrees fahrenheit. So i guess this answers. My question is not going to be like a hot tub No it's not going to be like a hot of damage. Yeah forty thousand. Degrees is just well and way above beyond the melting point of any substance. Like you know you can put free mega tungsten ship as just going to melt house. Yeah i was gonna say. Three hundred degrees is not space..
"nine kilograms" Discussed on This Week in Science
"They they sound like coking turkey yeah ah for that screeching eagle hawk always talk is the voice over for the ball vehicle does sound more regal. Gotta say <hes> yeah so squirrels there listening to all of us less than i knew it. We knew it keep them safe their social animals to begin with they're smart animals. We know they're paying attention. In some i mean it just makes sense that there would be a continuous monitoring of multiple signals well and if i can just say the inciting incident that started my issue was squirrels was based on the fact that i was dressed like zookeeper and so the squirrel thought not that i had food and that means they're paying attention to either the clothes or the sounds of the jingling keys or the sound of my walkie talkie. There was some sort of clue that they are being being given that went that person drops food tackett and then squirrels were never the same the squirrels oh but this is the backstory the backstory of i can you do a dramatic storytelling at some other time. Maybe for the twentieth anniversary reenactment i could i could do the story of all the times animals of attack goodness attack comes with the territory tori player so quick science news for the end of the show. We have got some new water. Collecting electing technology that is on the horizon a researcher named omar yagi he grew up jordan outside of amman and he water where water was very scarce and now he's a chemist at the university of california berkeley working on porous crystalline materials that are called metal organic ganic frameworks or m._o. Fs and these are these are materials that they've got lots of holes in them and so the surface this area is incredibly huge and it's like a chemical sponge and so these materials can absorb lots and lots and lots of stuff and so <hes> historically they've been very expensive because of the materials that have been used but now the materials that they have upgraded it with is aluminum unom which is about three dollars per kilogram and so it's a lot cheaper and material can be set outside and on its own produces about a leader and a half of water overnight they what they do is they run a charged through it and it kind of opens and closes there's an opens and closes material so that it absorbs and then releases the materials so it absorbs the water from the air and releases it into like a chore or something collecting station <hes> and the material they think they can get it to the point that that it will be able to absorb eight to nine kilograms of water from the air and they don't think it's gonna take them very long to get to that point and they think that they are going to be able to create <hes> setups that will be they'll be able to take two villages in very remote water scarce regions to be able to produce up to twenty two thousand liters a day. Okay i love snarl wars tattooing hydration farmers. I have a potentially dumb question does impact the water cycle. Yeah i mean if you're pulling twenty two thousand liters of water out of the air it will potentially change the atmospheric sulfuric local atmospheric conditions and so that's going to be very interesting but but in a dry region i mean i mean <music>. I i actually don't know what would happen in the area if it would <hes> be enough water out of the air to <hes>. Maybe maybe induce more water flow whether there's some kind would be like pressure vacancies as a resort. I'm wondering is that echina- then change if it would just make her dryer in a move things and change the way air and water flows around the planet. If you're pulling think too much out back i know but i'm just saying where we're concerned about. Climate change in one of the things climate change does it impacts water currents air currents. This seems like an interesting choice. I it also seems like something that many communities might badly need in the near future really badly. I mean we already have cities in like cities in south south africa for instance that have basically that they're like. We have no water. We're out of water last year..
"nine kilograms" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Japan's high butcher too is carried out a successful second touchdown the asteroid riot collecting more samples for eventual return to worth Japan. Dan Aerospace Exploration Agency mission managers say the data sent back from high booster to confirms the touchdown sequence including the discharge of the project office sampling was completed successfully Jackson says hi busa to is functioning normally and the the second touchdown ended in success high butcher to arrived at riot small asteroid about three hundred million kilometers from Earth back in June twenty eighteen right yu-gi-oh is a potentially hazardous neo or near Earth objects belonging to the Apollo Group of Earth Crossing Asteroids Detroit's the nine hundred and fifty made a wide diamond shaped space rock is a rubble pile asteroid collection of rocks boulders and dust loosely held together by gravity. It's low density which is only slightly higher than that of liquid water suggests that it's mostly the empty space as accumulated from the brain produced by the collisions of other bodies riot. Goo Is a rare type of asteroid known as a spectral type C._J.. which includes the properties of both common carbonaceous or high carbon C type asteroids and relatively rage g type asteroids which contains strong ultraviolet absorption features suggesting follow silicate minerals such as clays or mica earlier on the mission Hybrid Sotoudeh -ployed four Small Land Rovers on the asteroid surface the study at structure mineralogy composition? UNCIVIL behavior and magnetic properties and of course the setback pitches to mission managers on earth. I undertook its first sample collection Ragu syphis back on February twenty second to sample collection technique involves firing small titanium bullet at close this ranch into the asteroid surface and then swooping down to collect some of the ejector and dust kicked up by the projectile to a special horn shaped scoop then in April the six hundred nine kilograms spacecraft began preparing for its second sample capture mission but dropping a two kilogram kilogram copper impact from an altitude of that half a kilometer above the asteroids this lip all strewn surface the impact blasted 10-meter-wide to made a deep crater allowing mission manages to excess material from deep down below the crust a region which hasn't been exposed to sunlight for billions of years Jackson targeted high with a two second touchdown for an area about twenty minutes north of the crater document to from inside the crater a piece of landed the spacecraft then fired another titanium bullet again creating a spray array of dusty granny debris which the probe against scooped up with its own scientists WANNA learn why dark in fact it's among the least reflective bodies in the solar system. It's darker than any known meteorite even more mysterious the material exposed at the bottom of the freshly freshly impacted crater is able to Dhaka still Reagan's surface is absolutely captured in unusually large number of boulders moreover given area than any other asteroid ever explored high Blissett to relieve riot go in December flying past the earthy later where it will inject a small sample return capsule which will hopefully parachute down to the earth surface landing in the warmer rocket range in outback South Australia by the way that name Rai Ugo will it means Dragon Palace Japanese and refers to a magical underwater palace awesome Japanese folklore were a fisherman travel in the back of a turtle returning home with a mysterious box much like hybrid to sample return capsule. I'm Stewart Gary. You're listening to space-time.
"nine kilograms" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"They also get into dinosaurs a little bit as specifically talking about, Sarah Potts so is we'll discuss birds do not fart. So it's possible that there Dino ancestors did not either, but sorry pods over. These are the, you know, the gigantic a plant eating engines of, of prehistoric times, they likely depended on hind gut fermentation to break down those massive meals resulting in quite a bit of gas. The authors point to one studies estimate of one point nine kilograms of methane purser pod per day. Now, speaking of methane, producing herbivores I think we should look at the cow. Yes. There's actually a section on the cow in this book, but I also did some extra research on the cow because obviously the Cal farts. But you might be surprised to find out how because you might have heard that, for example, cows, or a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, and whether that's true defends depends on how you define major, but it is true that methane. And other gas emissions do contribute to climate change. There was a twenty fourteen report produced by the UN food and Agriculture Organization and it estimated that in two thousand eleven methane emissions from livestock, accounted for thirty nine percent of all greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture now. That's from agriculture not thirty nine percent of total emissions from all sources and just put that in context, according to analysis by the USDA. They estimated that agriculture accounts for about ten percent of US, greenhouse gas emissions. So that'd be thirty nine percent of ten percent in among that thirty nine percent of agricultural emissions produced by livestock. A full seventy four percent came from cattle. There is fifty five percent from beef cattle and nineteen percent from dairy cattle. And the rest were from things like buffalo and sheep, and goats now a lot of this gas production comes down to the cows, herbivorous diet and digestion, method which Caruso and Raby, Audie say, can produce between one hundred and two hundred kill. Grams of methane emissions per cow per year. Wow. And when you're measuring in kilograms you're thinking about a gas. So it was like that much gas weighing that much it's kinda hard to fathom. But you might have often heard this idea or this line of thinking summarized, as well. Cow farts, are really contributing to climate change although cows do for the majority of their emissions comes. Here's the kicker not from farts, but through the other end of the cow straight out the mouth, so cows expel, a great deal of methane through burps and through simple exhibition when they when they're breathing. And some researchers think cow missions can be curbed by altering their diet and targeted ways such as feeding them different types of seaweed that inhibit the production of gut methane. But they've got this ruminant digestion method. Right. And so they end up just spitting out a lot of carbon dioxide and methane, greenhouse gases from the mouth will you know that leads in nicely to. The, the first of a few notable upstairs, we're going to mention here from the, the book as it fart. You mean animals that do not fart? Yeah. Or may not far in some cases, the, the science is still out. But the, the first is the sloth, so sloth. I don't believe it. Slowly must far. You just look into their sort of lazy is. And you just assume that there's some far it's going on. Yeah. My ignorant intuition Trump's any science on this matter. I know sloths fart while well here's the thing. According to the authors loss, of course are famously slow, and they boast incredibly slow digestion, as many as five days can pass between their poops at which time, of course, they often climbed down from the tree canopy to do their defecation, and they have an incredibly leafy diet, as well. And simplified gut flora that doesn't produce Flavius it produces methane, but the methane is absorbed in the slots, blood and his breathed out. Well, so the takeaways here. Swaths may be the only mammals that don't fart. We'll discuss another possible mammal or variety of nam on a second. And it also gives me hope that the giant sloth mega Therion breathed fire. Oh along the lines of the dead snake. Yeah. Like maybe it was a I'm not sure how it would get that spark the spark is the hard part. But if you have a giant sloth breathing out a bunch of methane. Then there's, there's hope for fire-breathing. I'm trying to imagine how it would happen..
"nine kilograms" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"Changes family's life forever. It's like brings us to my eyes. It's it's just there's no words that can describe it. Amen. Yeah. I think on Saturday that moment outta sign is moment with his family afterwards in his coach for me. At least reminds us again, why we love the sport so much and why we think it's the greatest sport on earth. Congratulations to you and Dustin and the rest of the team. It's really just amazing to see what you've become as a coach Mike, and I really appreciate you doing this literally seconds off of the plane over there. That's that's really cool to do. Thank you so much. I love it. Thanks So much so much. on her. I love I love your show love what you've done. Thank you. Mike Mike Brown head coach for one dust Emporia. What a great moment that was. And also if you follow Dustin on on social media great moment with his daughter at home yesterday where she's talking about his booze and all that on his eye for those asking. Of course, I asked us to come on the show today. But he said he wanted a day off with his family hoping to have mon- next week. So so yes, I see what you're saying. But I mean the guy deserves a day off. All right. I would love to have him on but days offer, very understandable as well. So congratulations to him the whole team Mike Brown the whole team at American top team. It's it's a really great story. And I was happy to witness it in person. Now, let us move along to our next guest. I'm really excited about this. I know a lot of you are as well. In a matter of seconds. We are going to be joined by right now the most decorated wrestler from the great country known as the US avai. He is a four time world champion. He is a former Olympic gold medalist from the two thousand twelve game. He is a multi. Time all American back in the day university in multiple time national champion this man is a beast. He is the face of American wrestling and on may six he'll be competing at the beat the streets event here in New York City. Well, a couple of hours from here in New York City at the Hulu theater attached to Madison Square Garden, he'll be going up against our guy. Ben aspirin in a dream match of sorts at seventy nine kilograms. It will be Jordan Burroughs against Ben aspirin. Wow..
Was Earth's Oldest Rock Found on the Moon?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here on February six nineteen seventy-one. Be late astronaut Alan Shepard the commander of NASA's. Apollo fourteen mission was taking a walk on the moon. He and fellow space traveler, Edgar Mitchell were out gathering rocks around a depression called cone crater to quote shepherd himself. Many of these were hand sized grab samples, but the pair took home some larger mementos to one basketball sized rock collected by Shepard earned itself. A nickname big Bertha officially known as lunar sample one four three two one big Bertha weighs about nineteen pounds. That's nine kilograms making it the largest rock that Apollo fourteen brought back to earth and the third largest collected by any of the Apollo missions. Although shepherd found big Bertha on the moon that may not be where it story began. The rock is a Brescia a hodgepodge of geologic fragments called clasps which are held together by cement like mix. A newly published hype. Office says that part of big Bertha formed billions of years ago right here on planet earth. In fact, despite the lunar connection this could represent the oldest earth rock ever discovered. Big Bertha's origins were the focus of a study that was published in January in the journal earth and planetary science letters the paper's authors include an international team of geo. Scientists who looked the moon rocks procured by Apollo fourteen including lunar sample, one four three two one for the most part the classes on this famous Brescia are dark gray. But there's also a lightly colored one that catches the eye. It's made a fell site a kind of all Cannock rock that contains the minerals feld Spar end quartz. The light grade class which is two centimeters that's point seven inches across is loaded with tiny zircon crystals as well many cons contain vital information about what the environment was like when and where they formed close inspection of zircon and big Bertha's light. Patch showed that the crystals were produced by cool oxygen, rich magma. Yet molten rock of the sort doesn't exist anywhere near the moon's surface defined some you'd need to travel more than one hundred miles. That's one hundred sixty two kilometers below the surface of the moon where Shepard and Mitchell found big Bertha. So how did these cons and the class? They belong to end up on the surface of violent impact was probably involved when a meteorite or asteroids smacks into a planet or moon, it can transport material that's buried deep under the crest up to the surface. And as noted earlier big Bertha was found near an impact crater. So case closed, right? Well, maybe not cone crater and expanse measuring about two hundred and fifty feet that seventy six meters. Deep and a thousand feet or three hundred and four meters wide was created roughly twenty six million years ago. Scientists thinks that the violent episode that left this depression behind would have failed to dredge up geologic material lying more than forty five miles or seventy two kilometers underneath the moon. A big Bertha's fell site classed. Could have originated deepen a lunar magma pocket. But it doesn't seem likely. The study authors think different scenario is way, more plausible around twelve miles or nineteen kilometers blow planet earth surface. There's a supply of cool oxidized magma. This is exactly the kind of raw material that probably made his cons on big Bertha's light patch. And by the way, they're con crystals. Have a helpful habit of preserving uranium isotopes? Those can be used for radio metric dating a process that tells us the fell site classed is four point zero to four point one billion years old, but both of these clues together and a potential timeline of events emerges. According to the policies championed in the study, some of that cool oxidized magma lying deep under earth's continental crust hardened into this class between four point zero and four point one billion years ago. We know that our planet was besieged by meteorites in those days a process that by the way created a lot of old Granitz. Repeat impacts would have driven the class ever closer to the surface until finally a projectile hit the earth with enough force to launch the fell site clear out into space. It's estimated that four billion years ago. Our moon was around three times closer to earth than it is right now, the far flung class might have bridged the gap and settled on the moon, but around that time meteorites from space also harassed the moon and approximately three point nine billion years ago. One of these impacts could partially melted. The class and driven it under the lunar surface where it merged with other classes and became part of Brescia then twenty six million years ago, the asteroid strike that gave birth to the cone crater could set big Bertha free propelling it to the spot where Alan shepherd came and grabbed it up one historic day in nineteen seventy-one if the fell site class really did have terrestrial origin. Then ironically enough, it might be the oldest known rock from planet earth. There's a four point zero three billion year. Old rock from Canada's Northwest. Territories that's comparable in age and over in Quebec, the greenstone belt is at least three point nine billion years old out in the Jack hills of Western Australia. Scientists have located circum- that formed roughly four point three seven billion years ago, but these crystals seemingly detached from their original rocks at some point big Bertha's fell site, classed and zircon seemed to have formed simultaneously. This episode was written by Mark van Cini and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other far flung topics. Visit our home planet. Testif- works dot com. This is April and Cassidy, we're the host of the podcast dressed the history of fashion and this season, we traveled throughout history and around the world to bring you more of the fascinating stories from behind the clothes. We wear we traveled a central Asia tiller all about the resist dyeing technique known as e Kat and to Paris to learn all about the legacy of Christian Dior. We also spore the history of a whole host of topics from plus size fashion or the clothing choices of colts listening to subscribe on apple podcasts or the iheartradio app or wherever else you get your podcast.
"nine kilograms" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report
"So you can get the maximum hate with a minimum cost and minimum pollution. Well pollution in the UK has undoubted health consequences forty thousand people are believed to die prematurely each year as the result of exposure to air pollution, these trivial by contrast with those found in other parts of the world. India, for example, has nearly half of the fifty most polluted cities in the world. While scuffle schools top for the U K at fifteen micrograms. Deli comes in at two hundred and ninety two but Allahabad is recorded at three hundred seventeen. An India has six other cities over two hundred the most polluted city in the world is shower in Pakistan at five hundred forty. Once again, we see the developing world suffering the worst consequences as climate change. And with plastic pollution. The Daily Mirror reports that people in the UK are seriously concerned about air pollution. Although this is really an excuse for an article to promote the hill diet neck so a hydrogen powered calm like the bus that are reported only couple of weeks ago. This con- takes an at and cleans it up removing the pm two point five in the PM tens when driven for one hour. They say twenty six point nine kilograms of is purified the same about forty two adults breathe in an hour. It's a hydrogen car with no carbon footprint in use. And it can be Philadelphia five minutes like a petrol car. So no delays or range are two that you might get with an electric car. However, the he'll die so costs sixty five thousand pounds, and there are eleven hydrogen refueling stations accessible to the public in the whole of the United Kingdom. And as I mentioned before if the hydrogen is produced by splitting it from natural gas it releases CO two so the car maybe clean, but the fuel production prices may not be let me also quote from James Spencer of potent fuels. But what about the UK infrastructure needed to meet current road fuel requirements for hydrogen? Fifty billion liters annually also applied six refineries eight import terminals four rail loading facilities six thousand three hundred and fifty miles of pipelines twenty inland..
"nine kilograms" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Edible skeletal muscle mass and nutritionally that breaks down to about four point five kilograms of protein and about eighteen thousand calories. So based on this Garnham block said that if human is your only source of protein, that's the only meet your eating and the only real protein, you're getting a group of sixty people would need to eat a person every day in order to get enough protein to have. A healthy diet, and if it were rationed out, so you've got less out to a diet of like one human per week shared between sixty people the group would not be getting nearly enough protein. So based on this Garnham block conclude, quote, the nutritional value of cannibalism may therefore be viewed as questionable unless a group is in a position to consume its own number in a year. So basically you'd have to be eating Lotte humans. All right. Well, you know, I really want to see these numbers broken down. And compared to the chainsaw family and the Texas chainsaw massacre, right nutritional cannibalism. Well, I Don I feel like it's a mix of nutritional and commercial because they're four individuals in the family, and obviously they need the protein commercial. This is not taken into account at all. I know because they're running the barbecue restaurant on the side as we find out in Texas chainsaw massacre, two they're they're winning awards at regional barbecue competitions this prestigious cannibalism. Yes. So to follow up on guard and block coal asks. Okay is their estimate. Correct. They don't say how they got to these numbers and figure that out coal did a review of the existing literature on the chemical composition of the human body relying on three studies from the journal of biological chemistry in the middle of the twentieth century which were drawn from analysis of four adult human males. So how much nutrition is there per kilogram of muscle mass on human. Well, this date a yielded average of nineteen thousand nine hundred and fifty one Cal calories per twenty four point nine kilograms of muscle mass. So Garnham block weren't all that far off by estimating eighteen thousand calories in thirty kilograms of muscle. And so there's an then coal comes up with semester minutes of the nutritional value of the protein and fat on a human. I think this is supposed to be for a roughly one hundred and forty five pound human male, so total body there would be about one hundred and four. Three thousand seven hundred seventy one calories, and it's got a breakdown by body parts. Right. So the like the body parts reasonably expected to be consumed based on ethnographic studies of cannibalism, so not eating stuff like teeth and nerve tissue. That would leave you with about one hundred twenty five.
"nine kilograms" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"There was a continuity issue with. But that's good. But that's true that that Russell how show and the is the only chance to see standup. They've caught the stand up. Yeah, I think it's like a couple of is not like that for that to get ten minutes, fifteen minutes on Sperry rand. Now. Commissioner, nicer committee and also comedy as boring, all nothing in your life as well. This isn't. Fine. Don't. Brian blessed. More or less thing you can do. Iraq, snappy like this whole fine. You were on big brother's on the site. Yeah, I I, the thing that pissed off because they show you to clip and they said, what do you think about any his live? Yeah. And I said, would you think about that? And I want. Well. Kennedy, what we're doing instead. Hydrating is often the way. When you do TV panel show, it's a very long record. Yeah, to concentrate. No one knows what it's like to work for, like ninety minutes. Now back to concentrate all that time. If you. It's balance. I, if you I'm up to get me out, would you do would not do it? Would you know been approached about whether I would be interested in doing so. Got. Lows money. It's not ready to. Well, I skated shy. No don't lie. Skated with Katie about four or five years ago. I did a little bit when I was a kid. I literally could not do anything. I won't try to vary small rink. One collect diets. So I wouldn't because I'd be awful on it and I wouldn't do because they want to be filmed a sleep 'cause I sleep on my arm. And Katie claims snore pretty badly. That's true. Sometimes I sometimes says you snoring and I'm awake, and I'm not starring Chris. She's crazy. When you did remember you go buy something to that white thing. Joseph that you go check. If you're trying to train a- fish, A-List, water waste of time. Quite that was when I was lost some weight but lost. Way you don't want to shine you a k bus goods. Thank you, nothing. You let you have just. You can't just do it. I don't wanna do weights. Works. Yeah. Sorry about that. You know what you like inside the cancer, and that's a problem. I'm trying to lose weight to see if we do over this. I was actually over one hundred kilograms. Phone holiday. That's a lot. Seventy two kilograms. BMI thing. When I did four years ago, seventy nine kilograms. That was my seat dick. So. I'm going to see join this washed the end of this series and see what. People are allowed to be wherever they want is to be healthy. Yes. And you look like, you know, you look amazing. I think in terms of like your skin's much nicer. Sit from not drinking. Yeah, I'll think he knows that the meditation crystals. Of course, Chris lobbies mainly the crystals. I, I want some probably have talked before. One of my previous girlfriends was quite into new stuff. A name was Julius awhile. Oh, spice, spicy confusing because there was an actress with that name. We went to like a retreat what it was just a health phone, but they had lots of new stuff. A man gave me cold stone message had one of those that. Yeah. It was. Oldest is to be the same temperature as long as. But he told me I didn't need to wear any underwear for the Massa had a towel over me and dig at me quite relaxed on pressuring touch my penis twice. Wow, let's say why not get extra..
"nine kilograms" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Inch tall is eighty five feet high. Does he weigh four thousand pounds or or twenty two ounces? I don't know. I mean there's no right? No way to know. There's no way to know when they do this. I don't know why they do this, but they do just a piss you off. He feels he works off his mountainous hunger, keeping his body fat, less than ten percent. As should be. He says, it's been a regular guest at running shoe sushi also eating generous portions of sushi though it was not until his last and hungriest visit that the restaurant drew the line. You draw the line hundred plates of sushi. They had some. I feel tolerance level there. Yeah, they did. So what's guy's name, brow skiing, brow ski. Okay. So chewing the with Bobrovsky coming up here in just a moment on the Pat gray unleashed. Graham. Oh, man. It's good stuff right there. We should find out how I wish there were a way to know how tall right one hundred seventy nine centimeters. Seven hundred seventy two centimeters. You really wanna know yes and seventy nine kilograms. Okay. For look into that. So he's five foot seven only five seven right. Okay. Sixty seven inches. Right? And seventy. Nine kilograms is how much does he weigh how many kilograms seventy? Nine thirty nine kilograms. Hundred seventy four pounds. Well, he's he's not that van and yeah, he's not that big. Okay, hang on. Not that big chewing Jeffy. At least. That's amazing that a guy that small can eat like that is impressive hundred plates of sushi. Well, vomit after one one of those little things I had one by I would have won by thank you and it would be over they would. They would make their money Bobrovsky. Here's kind of a fascinating study too. I love it when this happens because we're always told that science knows everything, and then it turns out maybe not so much. Do you know that doctors have found there is no evidence of a link between high levels of bad cholesterol and heart disease. That is unbelievable. Give it three weeks. They'll change the study back and with this claim a number of leading cardiologists, say statins taken by millions of people to tackle cholesterol. Don't have any benefit. So you're paying all that money. You're wasting all that time. You're putting that stuff in your body again and it's not doing anything for you. Just the drugs won't treat heart disease. They say, high bad.
"nine kilograms" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Hat gray returns, welcome to it. Great. Tabby with us triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Hey, Florida, who's up for a massive forty percent business tax increase. Yeah. A guy who really knows how to spark your Konomi. The potentially next governor of your great state is proposing just that to really, really kick things into high gear. That's isn't that wonderful. So this socialist who is running this Gillam who's running against Rhonda Santa's and actually has a lead on him. Wants to take Florida's Florida's current top marginal corporate tax rate is five and a half percent, half a point lower than neighboring Georgia and a full point lower than Alabama. Republicans are already highlighting the proposal as a stark difference between gillum and Santa's. He wants to raise it to seven and three quarters percent from five and a half percent to seven and three quarters percent. By Justin, our state corporate tax level to a modest, modest, seven point, seven, five percent, which allows our richest corporations receive a tax cut and keeps our corporate tax rate more than one percent lower than California. Yeah, but you're competing with Alabama and Georgia and the states in the southeast competing with California. We'll be able to recoup at least a billion dollars and put it where we need it most investing in our future. Are you factoring in what you're gonna lose by companies leaving you? Right? I me- what an idiot, these people are so stupid. They're so bad. This Gillam. This is okay. Yeah, he's going to be awesome for Florida is actually in the, I can't believe he leads to Santa's. I don't know if it's because to Santa has been so lane in his campaign because he's actually pretty good, but he's just a Trump cultist. It looks like you know, if you're to judge by his ad campaign, where all does is. Spew Trump 'isms. I don't know that that helped him at all because how in Florida could the socialist be ahead of the conservative by four points? How's it possible? I don't know. It's it's really pretty frightening and good luck in Florida. If if you elect this guy because it's not going to be good for you triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three coming up in a few minutes. We've got chewing the fat with Jeffy. We'll have to ask him about this because in a visit last weekend to the all you can eat buffet at running sushi in Atlanta, the Varia. He ate close to one hundred plates of sushi apparently and was kicked out of the all you can eat buffet. Simpson action going on there or jiffy action. I mean, it's an all you can eat buffet. How can you not let the guy eat all he can then? No, they kicked him out because he had close to a hundred plates of sushi. I can't imagine having a place. Have you had crab legs or or pizza or whatever. I mean, that's gross in of itself right there. The owner said he eats for five people that is not normal. Well, yeah, but you've got an all you can eat buffet. You can't call it that. And then stop the guy from eating only can eat way. Did he just basically say that twenty plates per person is normal, I guess. Oh, I guess. So I guess this guy apparently wasn't actually Jeffey somebody named brow ski and he has a special diet. He doesn't eat for twenty hours, and then he eats tell full at the restaurant that meant eating a hundred plates of sushi in one evening. So the owner found his eating habits too expensive for his business, and the chef and the owner of the restaurant personally told him these now prohibited from returning when I went to the checkout, I wanted to tip, but the waiter did not want to accept that. Whoa. Instead, he was discreetly told by the restaurant's owner and chef. I'm banned from now on because I'm eating too much. I was stunned. That actually happened over Simpson on episode of the really. Yeah, that's funny. So it's life imitating art. Yeah, so but brow ski is one hundred seventy two centimeters and weighs seventy nine kilograms. Nobody knows what is he an.
"nine kilograms" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast
"So sony's new four hundred millimeter f two point eight g m o s is the company's first ever super telephoto prime for the eam out system and remember amount is effectively dead even though they haven't said it i took a poll on instagram most people agree with me on this anyhow if you shoot sports and wildlife and you're thinking about switching to sony i say come on in the w water's fine you can finally get the job done now that the four hundred is out you can safely make the argument now that you can do some damage with an eight nine and this beautiful new four hundred one that's probably going to be mistaken for cannon on the sidelines because they're roughly the same color so unless you know you're looking at you're just gonna soom it's a canon so that doesn't help sony so much and this lens is the okay here we go world's lightest four hundred millimeter f two point eight prime and it weighs in at slightly more than six point four pounds that's roughly two point nine kilograms but you're going to be using this on a sturdy monoply for long stretches of course because six pounds is still pretty darn heavy cannons four hundred by the way weighs eight point four nine pounds the previous version though was eleven point eight pounds by the way that's insane and nikon's four hundred comes in at eight point three eight pounds so sony shaving two pounds off of that that's nice but again been in practical use for a long stretches or even somewhat short stretches you're going to be using this on a monopole because that two pound difference is pretty darn negligible and i know this for a fact because my sigma one hundred twenty two three hundred millimeter f two point eight which i still need to get around to selling one of these days that six point five pounds right there so i've got a sense for what that sony feels like you're going to need a monopole odd or you're going to have to spend a whole lot of time at the gym trust me on this now the weight savings by the way comes as a result of the innovative new optical design which utilizes less optical elements along with magnesium alloy components.
Microsoft, Buffalo Museum and Jamie Progressive discussed on 24 Hour News
"A feature called focus assist it enables workers to temporarily switch off email and social media notifications during times when they need to keep their head down they can allow messages from certain people to break through microsoft says the updates inspired by research showing office workers are being interrupted or having to switch tasks about every three minutes and it takes twenty three minutes to get back in focus police in germany are trying to figure out why a woman tried to steal sixty kilograms of chocolate brown spike police said on thursday the thirty five year old woman was nabbed by an alert cashier at a supermarket the woman checked out only a few items but had nine kilograms of stolen chocolate hidden under her floor length skirt upon further investigation police found another fifty kilograms of chocolate bars boxes of chocolates and other confectionery stashed in five bags the woman's thirty nine year old accomplice was waiting in colorado side police say even for those with a high affinity for chocolates the amount of candy found couldn't be considered a buffalo museum thought it's three pound elephant bird egg was a fake but the yolks on them the big egg was labeled as the model but it turns out to be the real deal from an extinct elephant bird curator's at the buffalo museum of science where cataloging pieces in the museum's collection when they realized and confirmed that the foot tall egge had been mislabeled experts say there are fewer than forty elephant bird eggs on display in the world the big bird couldn't fly it was a native to madagascar it grew to be ten feet tall weighed between seven hundred seventy and eleven hundred pounds and laid the largest eggs of any vertebrate including dinosaurs the museum will unveil the egg to the public may i hi it's jamie progressive's employee of the month two months in a row leave a message at the hi jamie it's me jamie i just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool so when it's like tell us.
"nine kilograms" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Quance they've been portrayed as you know the familiar of super villains and they have been associated with doubles and sorcery but overall they still have a pretty okay standing cats are divided into three genera there the great cats which are lions tigers leopards jaguars cheetahs get their own and then small cats all house cats belong in the feeless catez genus the largest cat in this group is the puma at one hundred to one hundred and thirty pounds or forty five to fifty nine kilograms and the smallest is the black footed cat of the kalahari desert and southern africa which is between two and a half and four and a half pounds or one to two kilograms if you google those things they are the cutest cats you've ever seen thirteen and they look a lot like the cats we would keep in our homes the been there's a reason for that so we're focusing today on that third group and how members of feeless catez became domesticated for a long time it's been believed that the ancient egyptians were the first people to domesticate cats there's certainly lots of evidence that the ancient egyptians loved cats but the belief that that's where they came from has shifted a little bit thanks to more recent genetic studies the earliest artistic representations of cats that we found have been an ancient egypt on crete in cyprus and in some areas of the orient and they're also catt statues in some of the ancient art of india in nineteen eightythree an eight thousand year old feline job own was found on the island of cyprus a site fifteen hundred years earlier than that was discovered on cyprus in two thousand four where a cat had been buried with human and it was very clearly like that they had been buried together right not that he happened to be jason's and since cyprus is an island and wildcats would be very difficult to travel with on a boat it stands to reason.
"nine kilograms" Discussed on TechStuff
"Thorpe has been very much interested in robotics and the us army navy and marine corps have similarly been interested in potential applications of robots that are either inspired by man or beasts in so boston dynamics as frequently operated as a research facility on behalf of these organizations now one of the earliest projects that we ever got to hear about from boston dynamics was big dog a dynamically stable fourlegged robot the debuted in two thousand five it was a predescessor of a larger project titled legged squad at support system or l s three boston dynamics partnered with the jet propulsion laboratory the concord field station at harvard university and a robotics company called foster miller on this the concept behind the design was a robot that would be able to carry field equipment in support of deployed military squads so rather than low down soldiers with dozens of pounds of gear the robot would be able to carry those loads and free up the human so they didn't have to tire so quickly and they can move around with fewer restrictions dr martin buehler formerly of mcgill university led the big dog project after buehler would be the director of robotics research at boston dynamics from two thousand three to two thousand eight but would eventually move on to work for another corporation one called i robot in two thousand eight and then later on would move onto other projects big dog could carry forty five kilograms or more than ninety pounds the robot itself weighed in at one hundred nine kilograms it was a meter tall and it wasn't some batteryoperated robot instead it actually used a gasolinefueled engine the joints used hydraulic actuators meaning the robot would use liquids under pressure to extend limbs or reduced pressure to allow limbs to contract to bend backward for sensing it's environment big doug also had stereo cameras so it could perceived depth and allied our system to get an idea of the oriental.
"nine kilograms" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"In the preceding three months back pain hip flexor weakness and numbness of a finger had developed followed by weakness and shooting pains in her limbs and weakness in facial muscles she had lost nine kilograms involuntarily over the previous three months the initial combination of the rasic back pain lim weakness and hand numbness ray suspicion firstserve ecofin rasic spinal cord disorder such as a poly ridiculous pathy which involves multiple nerve routes poly ridiculous pathy has numerous causes given the patients nine kilogram weight loss her physicians were concerned about malignant causes ultra sinaga griffey of the pelvis revealed multiple solid hype poet coic vascular masses in the uterus consistent with fiber royds mri showed a single vascular lesion in the right ovary ct guided by obc of the mass from the right ovary showed a diffuse infiltrate of medium to large be cells flow side of metric testing showed a clone o lambda restricted bcell population which was diagnostic of diffuse large bcell lymphoma searle nerve biopsy revealed findings that were thought to be due to proximal tumor infiltration stage four diffuse large bcell lymphoma with neuro lymphoma towse's was diagnosed this patient presented with two uncommon manifestations of diffuse large bcell lymphoma poly ridiculous pathy and involvement of the ovaries this case underscores the need to search for a unifying diagnosis for a constellation of unusual findings from last two first could the us health care system become the best in the world a perspective article by eric schneider from the commonwealth fund new york.
"nine kilograms" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report
"If you want to get your hands automotive three in the uk local pricing has not yet been confirmed an anyone registry now will not see their car before the second half of 20 eighteen according to the test the website all eight the battery is the heart of any electric come on tesla has billed the biggest battery factory in the world as what was the biggest battery in the world this one hundred twenty nine megawatt unit will be installed in jamestown south australia some two hundred kilometers north of adelaide it is paired with the wind farm in order to overcome the intermittent s of supply when the wind doesn't blow tests long founder and on moscow's promised the state government that the battery will be delivered within one hundred days of signing the contract or else will be free of charge that's believed to be a fifty million dollar gamble the battery farms keep onto the state governments five hundred fifty million tala energy plan drawn up after last year's statewide blackout close examination of tesla's battery manufacturing plant shows that no solution is without problems as reported by tree hauge dot com they say an aerial view of tesla's giga factory indicates that there are three thousand cars parked all the loss and the factors any thirty percent built the factory is in the middle of nowhere really 23 moslems near a city any size reno nevada if we assume that this is the average distance workers occupied on it's likely aloft father that the cause of power by gasoline avail average size then according to the epa they pump out about four hundred eleven grams of co 2 of mile or eighteen point nine kilograms per round trip.
"nine kilograms" Discussed on The Offside Rule (We Get It!)
"Boxing pedigree he's hit the target school more than any other player in the premier league this season so i think we can say he'd be a good buchse when we're looking at it you know someone known as the beast a massive units in the game of football look no further than thirtyfouryearold adebayo akinfenwa place wickham andres and a lot of debate about how much he actually weighs some say overstock obey says under fourteen stain but others say 100 and two kilograms that sixteen stone ladies and gentlemen whatever the case he's definitely in the heavyweight division at that weight i'm how about one of the few sub fifty nine kilograms superfeatherweight players i case i someone who is pretty much hov i came fund was weights i mentioned that a half your weight jesse lynn god step up an accord a few websites have him down basically as a fifty eight kilograms nine stone one so they go to of lynn god equals one of i confirm what and to rounded off two players from the same team sent off for fighting each other which foster and donny swanson dismissed during a game for some johnston at the beginning of april and they basically fought each other seemingly punches and kicks were thrown in that olter caytion they will find by the way if you want to know how this was followed up by is a huge outcry at the time it was awful discussing this behavior can't condemned condoned they do i will find four weeks wages on a lot of those wages they insisted went to ferrying at funds of sent johnston two away games it was put to good use but if you look up danny swanson he looks like a boxer not only has he actually been enjoying fisticuffs i on the pitch at hate you can you can actually look at the prior and think yucca definitely see you in the ring i'll thank you ladies serb boxing inspired podcast for this week but let me back in a fortnight it's going to be all about the football because it will be crunch time make sure you check out our website because are plenty multiple content going on our website which has offside rule podcasts dot com and give us a follow it on twitter some great.