29 Burst results for "Nine Meters"

Olympics Latest: 6 Banished for Breaking COVID Rules

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Olympics Latest: 6 Banished for Breaking COVID Rules

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

Caleb Dressel Tokyo USA Olympic Raven Saunders Hannah Roberts Danny Count
"nine meters" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

07:32 min | 6 months ago

"nine meters" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"The expansion and contraction of the ground quote offers a likely mechanism that evidently brings hard material from within the underlying winton formation up to the soil surface. Hard material like fossils. Exactly corey. explain this to us when we did our tour there too which is basically like the freeze thaw cycle that like tears apart roads in colder places it also brings bones up to the surface but i thought it was funny that they had a double caveat there that it was like likely mechanism. Which evidently does this because it's such a weird mechanism. We don't talk about fossils other places just like popping up out of the dirt now usually. They're really stuck in there. Yeah and you'd see a little bit exposed. Then you have to dig down and get him out but an era manga that literally like pop up out of the ground. In some cases they pop up out of the ground and then they excavate because like one popped out and then you can dig down find the other ones. So that's what they ended up doing with cooper. They didn't all pop up out of the ground. They'd actually did. Do some digging enough to let you know something interesting was there. Yeah i love that though. Like imagine if that happened everywhere like one popped up and was there's bones here just so you know the amazing and it also kind of explains how like all these farmers and ranchers end up discovering the bones and like with cooper it was discovered by someone on their own land and then there were like well. We should do something about this and ended up. Basically starting the erromango natural history museum because there were likely they're a dinosaur bones popping up out of our labs so cool. I love that story so much so in the end they did find quite a few of cooper's bones the specimen numbers. Emf one or two in case you're wondering after the ero manga museum the m four. They found a complete right humerus which is really helpful for size estimates because we have those for some of the other australian titanic over the got a right right and left pubis right and left a partial left scapula a partial left humorous and both partial famara mao pretty decent They also referred a few bones from other localities to australia. Titan would they refer the got a complete femur from one spot a partial humerus from another spot and then a third spot that had like a whole collection they got a fragmentary femur and the some vertebral centrum fragments and some rib fragments. Nice so you can paint a pretty good picture. Then of the sorbonne yeah. It is a little bit confusing to me though. Because i keep wanting to refer to it as cooper but really cooper is just the one that's the type for eight and the rest of them are just australia titan. Couponing the australia titan like australia. But i think it should be australto titan right. I think it's like astrolabe titan like vitor. yeah. I think you're right. I've been trying to do that. But the whole time i was reading it i was saying in my head in a different way. You get right. Yeah but yeah. So cooper is one individual has the nickname of cooper but then other specimens that are found to be. The same as cooper are found to be the same species as cooper. They're together they're known as astro taking. Yeah and technically cooper is the holiday type of austria titan so if any if there are differences in the future. Those just will stop being australia. Titan in addition to dinosaur fossils they also found some really pretty fossilized ferns as well as would. That was fossilized and some sewer pipe tracks. Did they think they're from cooper. I don't know too hard to tell. Yeah and it's i couldn't tell exactly how close it wasn't like cooper was walking and then like died at the end of the track way. It's a little different. I think we actually talk about that. With dean lomax a little bit. Yeah traumatic or not so are pods but other animals. Yeah yeah rarely rarely happens but it could be. And i think the fossilized tracks they described as partial tracks. So i'm not sure how much detail they can get anyway but there is like a moshe part like it was a heavy enough animal was like moving out a bunch of muck over to the side one at stepped so yeah so we're is a good guess at a minimum. They estimate that. Cooper is around ninety three to ninety six million years old which puts at the beginning of the late cretaceous. That's when the big dinosaurs were coming out. Yeah the titanic source for sure and there were some early cretaceous too but yeah the late cretaceous really got going. The authors talked quite a bit about how they weren't going to give a body size estimate. And how even giving any sort of body size estimate in relation to like femur or humerus circumference is fraught in going to give bad results. So people shouldn't do it but it is clearly the largest australian so our pot and they are comfortable with saying later papers. If more fossils are found they'll come up with something. Yeah i mean especially when you're talking about length like we only have a few partial centrum like you're not going to be able to estimate its length. You need so many more vertebrae to figure that kind of thing out but when comparing the humorous. It's by far the biggest of any australian or pod. Australia titan is one and a half meters or four foot eleven inches long. The humira yeah humorous. So just the upper arm bone that compares to diamond tina sorace savannahs and winton titan. Which are all about one point. One point two meters long. So you're talking not quite fifty percent bigger but like thirty to forty percent bigger than any other. Australian sewer ponds that have been described and all three of those are from winton. Queensland is about a one day drive north of ehrmann and we know that 'cause we drove the other way from winton to air manga in one day was all that was the longest hardest day of driving though because it was the most one lane roads and there was one segment where the road wasn't a road for like twenty miles and we were driving on the shelter because they were reconstructing the road but it was worth it. Yeah i think we made it just before sunset. We were nervous that we weren't going to make it before sunset and like kangaroos. We're going to storm the road and we were gonna destroy our car and kills of kangaroos but fortunately they just stood on the side of the road. Staring at us as the sun was setting. Which was very yuri. Some of them looked sleepy. Yeah but some of them looked like they were just getting ready. They're starting to wake up and getting going. Yeah anyway i digress. So the femur of osterloh titan is about one point nine meters long or a little bit under six foot three inches which is basically my exact height. so that's how big the femur as that's a very large femur. It's also much longer than any other australian sewer pod but we don't have as good of comparisons with those. We have better comparison in the humorous and even bigger than that. So that's cooper's femur is one point nine meters but the complete referred femur from a different ostro titan is estimated to be two point one five meters or about seven foot one inches long so cooper was the baby compared to this one at least yes over two meters is a a rarefied club for femurs in any animal whatsoever. There only a few sewer pods that break. That barrier since cooper is so large. I'm guessing probably an adult. Yeah i think that's what they're guessing too. I don't remember them. I'm.

thirty twenty miles Queensland four foot winton australia two point forty percent One point fifty percent Australia one two eleven inches one and a half meters one point one inches nine meters ero manga museum ehrmann
"nine meters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"nine meters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"He claimed that he didn't do drugs at a press conference in a statement. You revision said. The singer would take a voluntary drug test. After arriving tone my skin he had been favorites to win. The contest took the top prize with their song z. T. roni view is speculated as to what the singer was doing when he appeared to bend his face towards a table as the band celebrated their victory during the live broadcast an image that appears to show devised missing. Princess latifa has been posted on a social media account legitimate. The post would be the first time. Princess latifa bin muhammad almonte tune has been seen in public since she claimed video messages that she was being held hostage by her father in the united arab emirates father seek mohammed bin rashid. Al-maktoum has consistently denied these claims the image of later to instagram two days ago appears to have been taken recently in the mall of the emirates in dubai. And finally if you have ever wondered what it would be like to be a passenger on the titanic. Why would you a theme park in. China is set off the closest experience. You can get a massive replica of the sunken. Ocean liner is now under construction in dane county in sichuan province cold the unsinkable titanic. The ship is the exact same size as the original. Two hundred and sixty nine point zero six meters inland and twenty eight point one nine meters wide. The centerpiece of a theme park called run deceit will have the same a- means he's as its namesake including banquet halls theaters observation decks and swimming pool guests. We'll be able to pay spend the night aboard the ship which will be permanently docked in a reservoir in the she jiang river about one hundred thirty kilometers from the provincial capital chengdu several hundred miles from the state and as far as we know an iceberg is not being worked.

dubai chengdu one China T. roni instagram Two hundred mohammed bin rashid first time Princess latifa bin muhammad a two days ago she jiang river zero Princess latifa twenty eight point united several hundred miles nine meters about one hundred thirty kilom sichuan province
The Problem With Track & Field World Records

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:45 min | 9 months ago

The Problem With Track & Field World Records

"What goes into a world record. Obviously it has to be an incredible performance. Everything has to come together just right. They don't happen very often. When bob beamon broke the world's record in the long jump in nineteen sixty eight. See my previous episode about that. The conditions were perfect. He had the maximum allowable. Tailwind it was at a high altitude in mexico city. He had perfect form and he put together his best jump ever at just the right time since the advent of competitive athletics nine thousand nine hundred twelve. The international association of athletic federation's has been keeping world records in every event. There's been a progression of world records. As people of incrementally bested previous performances. Most world records are only broken by less than one percent. The greatest single increase in a world record was the aforementioned bob beamon jump which beat the previous world record by six point five percent so that is sort of the world record of world records. Each event has a very different progression in how frequent and how recent world records get set. And this gets into the real heart of what i wanna talk about. You should expect to see world records being broken at a slower and slower rate over time as humans. Approach the limit of human performance should become harder and harder to break records. Records will require more luck and more people who have the perfect physique in the very peak of their careers. But this isn't quite what happened in some events there hasn't been a new world record set in over thirty years. You're shulte set the world record in the men's discus in one thousand nine hundred eighty six at seventy four point zero eight meters to put that into perspective. The gold medalist in the two thousand nineteen world championships had a distance of sixty seven point. Five nine meters a full six point five meters or twenty one feet short of the world record the men's hammer throw was also said in nineteen eighty-six yuri set up of the soviet union through the hammer. Eighty six point seven meters. The two thousand nineteen world champion through it. Only eighty point five meters that six point two meters less than the world record. The oldest existing world record in track and field is the women's eight hundred meters. Your meal acrostic viola of czechoslovakia set a world's record finishing the eight hundred in one minute. Fifty three point two eight seconds. That's almost five seconds. Faster than the two thousand nineteen world champion. You might have noticed something that all these really old records have in common. They're all held by athletes from former communist countries. If you're thinking that these records might be tainted by performance enhancing drugs. You aren't alone.

Bob Beamon International Association Of A Mexico City Athletics Yuri Soviet Union Czechoslovakia
The Black Shark 4 Smartphone Rises From The Deep

Latest In Tech News

07:31 min | 9 months ago

The Black Shark 4 Smartphone Rises From The Deep

"All right so this article comes to us from the android police. Apparently gaming phones are getting more and more popular. I wonder why could it be. People want more power in a smaller screen. The post who. I don't know if powerful computer the complete of video games honor or like a consul. It's it seems to me like it's smartphones. Time to rise and while zombie is keeping up the pace with black shark series. The latest iteration the black sharp for an for pro have popped up in a chinese you can pre-order one. Today with the phones set release to china on thursday. The twenty fifth and international release date has not been set yet. But what what are you looking at stat. Wise here while the black shark. Four pro uses a snapdragon eight processor. Qualcomm's biggest and bad available. It's paired to either eight gigs or twelve. Gigs of ultraviolet fast. Lpddr five ram with two hundred fifty six gigs of storage both models. But those aren't exactly hard to find these days. The more obvious give way that this is giving phone are the dedicated mechanical shoulder buttons on the side flight. The locks away to them pop up like two shoulder buttons on a black shark three they can be bound to touch areas on screen for integration with really more or less any game but if you want the mechanical shoulder buttons you now have that option. The four pro is six point. Six seven inch a. m. o. l. e. the ten eighty p screen with a maximum refresh rate of one. Hundred forty four hertz. Beating most phones it also has to zones of pressure sensitivity as a nema pressure applied. Not just touch sensitive allowing for further integration into games that can support it. It's battery as a forty five hundred m h typical for phone this size but supports fast charging at a completely bonkers. Honored twani watts with a charger included in the box. Family says it can charge ninety percent of the battery in a little more than half an hour. It looks like the video that goes along with two well in terms of cameras on the pro. They have a sixty four megapixel main shooter. Eight megapixel ultra wide five megapixel macro with a twenty megapixel centered. Front camera terms of style to flat. Black version actually looks fairly down. Nice to notice the side buttons. Led triangle logo on the back stays on lit. You'd have a hard time telling its gaming phone. Of course that goes out the window to get the so empty version of its auto translated by the way unsure of the official name. It's layered semi transparent glass shifts around as you look at it and much more flashy but not unappealing way. The phones a chunky and nine point nine meters. But that's enough to include a headphone jack in sight mounted fingerprint reader. The dual sim. Radio works with five g for absolutely intense sessions. You can't quick bond the sold separately cooling module at cedar black shark four pro a starts at four thousand. I'm trying to remember the exact It can't be the chinese currency that they have. But if you're talking about us dollars be black shark for pro is at six hundred fifteen dollars and six hundred ninety dollars respectively as the non. It's it's kind of slightly scaled down version Looks pretty interesting In terms of the i it drops one of the cameras. It keeps the shoulder buttons most of the rest of the hardware and it's slightly cheaper. Probably not a five hundred dollar range for a gaming smartphone. That's unheard of clean. We're sitting here looking at foods. The latest and greatest thousand plus in in north china pop out gaming smartphones that are packed full of hardware intact for like seven hundred between five and seven hundred eighty s manageable. It off but yeah. If you're looking for gaming phone well you might just have to wait for this to be released internationally. But if you're in china Details in terms of prices and such and selections and preorders are available in a show notes for today's episode. So looks pretty cool all right. Moving on to an article begat from techcrunch facebook's clubhouse rival looks a lot like clubhouse right now in and because facebook is a clubhouse rival reported on net like all the way back in february in new york times. Didn't a bunch of other people did but what that product look like or how it will work have been questioned that have remained unanswered however new screenshots of a facebook audio product still under development shows what appears to be a live audio broadcasts experience. It's more of an extension of facebook's existing messenger rooms rather than a standalone app experience. Facebook confirmed with techcrunch. The images are indeed examples of the companies exploratory efforts because they don't represent alive product at this time but the gamut we all know the company said also that detailing what product look like based on these images would be inaccurate ob tech crush said screw. Were pushing him anyway. But keep in mind. It is in development features. That are very different in anything and everything could still change drastically between now and then but images at least help. Face their demonstrate. How facebook is thinking about live audio. Where such a social experience. Good fit within facebook's existing and that's worth considering considering that i don't think facebook wants to make another app i think they just want everybody to be on one app and use that so we do have some pictures that go along with it. Looks like they have like button. It says choose the room type where it's like live audio broadcasts in audio only room to listeners audio where you can start a private audio room with friends. A video button reconstructive private video room with friends in an you can also add people in but it looks very much like Like clubhouse that. I'm still trying to get used to somebody interfaces of the room so it's it's kind of interesting Speak are shown to tap the room. What a represented with a larger circular profile picks room listeners appear below is also a followed by speaker section leads the audience section again much like clubhouse but obviously subject to change the way it's being developed that would allow for rooms that anyone on facebook join Rooms could be accessible from facebook itself. Meaning you would not have to switch to messenger to join the room. When not expanded to full screen room with displays title number speakers in total listeners. He can get an idea of the rooms popularity. So Yeah lebron even looking at it tested it out. Don't secret facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg is both on audio. Of course in fact he's already appeared on clubhouse. A couple of times recently spoke about the product. Chris social audio in clubhouse room hosted last week by former techcrunch editor josh casino investor at signal fire

Facebook Twani Watts Qualcomm China Techcrunch The Post North China New York Times Ceo Mark Zuckerberg Lebron Chris Josh Casino
"nine meters" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:48 min | 10 months ago

"nine meters" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Burn in opening three hundred on one. At this time we will store sweeping floors. We had again another great flight. Up to the time kilometer apogee. We demonstrated the ability to transition the engines to the landing propellant tanks. The subsonic re entry looked very good and stable like we saw last december. So we've got a lot of data on flap control and again we've just got to work on that landing a little bit but we'll find out From the team as they go through the data we were in contact with telemetry. So all told another great reminder. This is a test flight. Second time we've flown starship in this configuration. We've got a lot of good data in the primary objective to demonstrate control of the vehicle in the subsonic reentry Looked to be very good and we will take a lot out of that. Of course the crash landing is not necessarily a setback. That's because it's allowed engineers together. Valuable data about the space craft after all spacey's hide and rocket manufacturer is a well known for losing rockets during early testing as they explore the new designs originally called the beer farrell big falcon rocket. Starship is the culmination of elon. Musk stream to develop a fully reusable. Superheavy live spacecraft capable of carrying one hundred and fifty tons of people in chicago into orbit one hundred tons on missions to the moon mars and interplanetary journeys across the solar system. Musk see stash it as a colonial transport system now technically star ships only the opposite of a two stage loan system. The two hundred and thirty nine first stage called the super heavy sixty eight made his long nine meters diameter and constructed of gleaming stainless steel. It'll be powered by thirty seven. Liquid methane and oxygen propelled raptor rocket engines providing seventy two meghan unions or sixty million pounds of thrust. The one hundred and twenty ton of or starship. Stage will be fifty meters long still nine meters wide and constructed of stainless steel and powered by seeks liquid. Methane and oxygen propellant. Wrap the rocket engines pre atmospheric and three vacuum living approximately twelve thousand killing newton's or two million six hundred thousand pounds of thrust refueling tanker and satellite payload delivery upper stage versions will also be produced ultimately space x plans on using it. Starship should heavy launch system to replace the company's existing falcon nine and falcon heavy loan systems as well as its dragging capsules during the early twenty. Twenty s.

one hundred tons sixty million pounds two million fifty meters chicago thirty seven nine meters last december Musk one hundred and twenty ton two stage sixty eight Second time one hundred and fifty tons of six hundred thousand pounds two hundred and thirty nine approximately twelve thousand seventy two meghan three hundred first stage
"nine meters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"nine meters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"His two thousand two hundred forty four meters above sea level. That would be two thousand two hundred. What seven thousand over. Seven thousand plenty high nine meters of snow in the winter. Nineteen sixteen is still considered as the worst winter regarding the amount of snow. We got in recorded history so it was and finally when you're in slovenia. There is a lot of mountains but there's also a lot of caves. What what might you see in caves. Tina when you're in slovenia. Yeah we say that. In our car street in cars k. a. r. s. k. a. r. s. t. yes is so rich with underground world that you see more under the ground and the ground. There's over ten thousand caves. You can see stalagmites stalactites. Stalagmites are those that go from the ground and stalactites from the from the ceiling right when they joined together. It's a column and they are just wonderful they're beautiful. These are massive caves. Massive bay caves in slovenia that are like. Yeah there's big as a stadium. Yeah he's got these rivers way down below little walkways way above the distance. You see a portal and the latest pouring in s. And you feel like you're. You're a bit player in some scifi movie. It almost feels like that. And then you see some of the animals that live in those caves like the human fish which is considered as the little dragon The human fish human fish here. It's a human fish because of the color of the skin and it casts like legs and arms sticking out of the body. but it's like a gecko okay. And he's a creature creature that lives inside of the cave and Above all of that Honeycombed sub terrain you've got vineyards since some very trendy wine We do have some really good wine in our country. There's a lot to see in slovenia. This is travel with rick. Steves who've been talking with tina and sochaux goop. Let's finish our discussion of natural lavinia just with one special natural experience that you'd think anybody planning a trip to your homeland would want to be sure to enjoy. I'm gonna say a high odds for people who are fit willing to invest a certain amount of their time into this phenomenon. Views of the kids. I would say a hike in the judean osceola now and tina and i would probably choose same. Sasha julian alps. But since i want to go into another zone goodish burda area is amazing. That's very close to karst and it's an area that has rolling hills. Looks like disconnect beautiful nature amazing food and amazing wine. Now let's make sure people know gory showed done but the g. o. I s. k. A. n. b. Now i was taught you have to have a a vowel. And this is a and two syllables. Where's the vowel tend to be a little lazy with heard your go bird and it's It's it's just a beautiful. It's also another winegrowing. Region is a beekeeping region. It's just it's beautiful. You've got everything you're looking for anthems and you got your wine and you got your beautiful slovenian countryside Can we finish just with teach me a phrase or a slovenian word that i should know what i'm hiking in those mountains. You always absolutely always have to greet people on the threes so i would say dober- don dover john's good afternoon afraid student. Good day good after labor done tina and when you will be resting in an alpine hut you'll probably have some schnaps. You need to know how to say cheers not Like the nasdaq. Abby had obvious that the same in russian similar similar yeah nostra. Yes and don't forget to look into people's eyes when you toast with them. Because can i make it a little bit melodramatic. Can i go nuts. yeah you can. Yeah that's not insulting.

Seven thousand seven thousand two thousand nine meters slovenia two syllables Steves over ten thousand caves Tina Abby karst rick two thousand two hundred two hundred forty four meters Sasha julian alps russian Nineteen sixteen dover john one special natural experience judean osceola
"nine meters" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

Die Arenz Show

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"nine meters" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

"To cancel. The nba's vinton on optus from near orange is minnesota. Tat's escape does arnesen at nine. Metre fed soobee lesson Telling clinicians shooting onto two last songs foreign type dismounts metallurgy metal on eligible isn't even mishmash zorreguieta sized stab..

How Do Tanuki Work?

BrainStuff

03:28 min | 1 year ago

How Do Tanuki Work?

"In June of twenty, two, thousand, nineteen, a couple in a small village in Nottinghamshire Great. Britain woke at four am to an eerie sound they ventured out and discovered an animal that never seen before his thing and attacking a goat on their farm. After rescuing the goat they took a photo of the beast and promptly posted it online. The animal was four-legged and fluffy. It moved like a dog but had a face and markings like a raccoon. It turns out there unwanted visitor was a canoe Katie sometimes called a raccoon dog. To learn more about these unusual critters we talked by email to Jennifer Andrew, a member of the carnivore team at Zuid Lanta she helps take care of zoo, Atlanta's to to NUKII or and Loki. Zoo, Atlanta is just one of two zoos in the United States that houses to not the other is the Oklahoma City Zoo. Indra explained to new key our dogs genetically and morphological logically speaking they get the nickname raccoon dog primarily because of their similar coloring and coat patterns. The only other true similarity raccoons is that they occupy the same niche as raccoons do in nature even though they live on different partners. To NUKII range in size from about one point, five to two feet long that's about point four, five, two point, nine meters with a tail adding another six inches or one point, five meters they weigh anywhere from eight to twenty, two pounds around three and a half to ten kilos therefore can be golden great or reddish brown but their shoulders, legs, and the tips of their tails are blocked and their facial markings are similar to a raccoons including the black mask around the eyes. They're originally from eastern Asia including Japan, which is where the word to new key comes from, and where the animal is a cultural icon images of have appeared in everything from folklore and literature to anime and advertising the mythological versions sometimes called Buckeye Nukii, our spirit creatures, tricksters, and shape shifter's that love gold and are often depicted with a big belly and a particularly large scrotum. Many modern Japanese businesses, displays statues of to represent prosperity and good luck. To not the animals, not the spirits where brought the northern and Eastern Europe due to fur-farming back in the nineteen twenties it's believed some new key managed to escape and began to live and breathe in that region. The HABITAT, they're most comfortable living in would typically be described as forested everything from deciduous trees to evergreens, but they can live in urban and coastal areas they like living near water. When they're in the wild Turkey to picky about meals as forager's they'll eat anything from frogs, birds, and rats to berries and carrion that is vet animals to not have been known to forage in garbage cans or pick over roadkill areas inhabited by humans. But do life is a little different, not only art Niki given different food to eat including kibble hard boiled eggs, veggies and fish. But because they're naturally forager's and a non foraging, setting their caregivers look for ways to make feeding time a little more challenging. Andrew said, we like to scatter their diet throughout their habitats to encourage natural foraging behaviors. They also enjoy interacting with problem-solving enrichment devices that encourage behaviors such as biting, chewing, ripping shredding, smelling digging, and dragging.

Jennifer Andrew Atlanta Oklahoma City Zoo Habitat Nottinghamshire Great Zuid Lanta Britain Indra Eastern Europe Katie United States Niki Asia Japan
What Are The World's Biggest, Baddest Jigsaw Puzzles?

BrainStuff

06:18 min | 1 year ago

What Are The World's Biggest, Baddest Jigsaw Puzzles?

"Even before. It became a popular way to while away the hours days and weeks during isolation putting together. Jigsaw Puzzles was a favourite family activity. But did you know that? Jigsaw Puzzles have their origin in education. Sir John Spills Berry an English engraver and map maker in the mid. Seventeen hundred is credited with creating the first jigsaw puzzle in seventeen seventy six by attaching a map of the world to a piece of wood then cutting the country's out teachers used the maps to teach geography to their students and a recreational activity was born spills berry would hardly recognize his creation today in the early part of the twentieth century. Jigsaw Puzzles were used as marketing tools often given away or sold for mere pennies today companies. Still use puzzles for creative marketing. Take Kodak for instance. It's selling what it. Claims is the quote world largest jigsaw puzzle. We HAVE TO ADMIT. This thing is pretty huge. The fifty one thousand three hundred piece puzzle features twenty-seven injuries from around the world and when completed measures twenty eight point five feet by six point. Two five feet. That's eight point six meters by one point nine meters and this beast costs more than four hundred dollars but all due respect to the Kodak Jigsaw puzzle. The world's largest jigsaw puzzle by surface area. According to Guinness World Records was put together in Dubai in July of twenty eighteen. The puzzle was an honor of the year of Ziyad a year long tribute to the founding father of the United Arab Emirates. The late Shahid there are more than twelve thousand pieces in the puzzle which was an image of Zayed the official record size measured sixty five thousand nine hundred and five point one seven square feet which is six thousand one hundred twenty two point six eight square meters putting together. Jigsaw puzzles is a Greek group activity but one thousand six hundred students of the University of Economics Ad Hoc Human City in Vietnam took it to the next level. When they completed the jigsaw puzzle with the most pieces on record five hundred fifty one thousand two hundred and thirty two to be exact when it was finished the puzzle measured just over. Forty eight by seventy six feet about fourteen by twenty three meters. It took the students seventeen hours to create the massive puzzle which featured a lotus flower with six petals. But what about the hardest jigsaw puzzle? Ever it contains only nine pieces and it's called the puzzle nine it was designed by Asaka. It includes a small board. The nine pieces include right angles and curved edges. That fit together in several combinations. Think Tetris but way harder. The challenge is getting the last piece to fit. It's nearly impossible to fit all the pieces on the board. It took Chris Ramsey a magician video creator and master puzzle or two hours nine minutes to solve the ice nine and by his own description. He was completely exhausted. By the end of the experience. You Sokha created another equally. Difficult puzzle called the Jigsaw Puzzle. Twenty nine the challenge here is to fit twenty nine pieces into a five by five inch. That's twelve by twelve centimeter trae. It comes with five corner pieces. Just let that sink in. Then there's the largest hand cut wooden jigsaw puzzle Guinness record held by Dave Edmunds England. Who created a forty thousand seven hundred sixty three piece puzzle celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee the puzzle which featured thirty-three Images of Jubilee celebrations was twenty by eight feet? That's six by two and a half meters. When completed though it collapsed soon after Evans completed it took him and force. More than sixteen days to rebuild the puzzle and move at Sandringham where it went on display and was confirmed as the Guinness World record holder. We spoke by email with Caitlin vesper records manager with Guinness World Records North America. She said one of the main criteria for all Guinness World Records titles is that they must be breakable. Every record titled S- monitored is open to being challenged which allows for all kinds of record breaking opportunities all over the world. The Guinness record for most Jigsaw puzzle pieces tattooed on the human body belongs to the aptly named enigma. Sometimes known as Paul Laurence. Who'S A sideshow performer? Actor musician originally from Seattle in two thousand eleven enigmas set the record for having two thousand one hundred twenty three puzzle pieces tattooed on his body from head to toe in no word on whether anyone comes close to second but many puzzle records are held by companies such as the record for the largest spherical jigsaw puzzle. It measured fifteen point seven feet. That's four point. Seven seven meters in circumference and it was made by unit industrial limited in Hong Kong and featured scene from Winnie the Pooh vesper said brands and businesses. Come to US looking to harness the power of record-breaking to commemorate anniversaries and celebrations or to highlight the launch of a new product. Whole communities can come together to attempt to record to a like in March of two thousand nineteen when more than one thousand seven hundred people formed the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece on record a I. The record raised awareness for autism spectrum disorder. The puzzle pieces the symbol for the autismspeaks organization. Vesper explained each Guinness World. Records title has a set of guidelines. That must be followed. The record for the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece is a great example to highlight. This is considered one of our largest human image categories and the idea is to have a group of people gathered together to form a recognizable image. We define a jigsaw puzzle piece as an oddly shaped interlocking and Tessa leading piece designed to be part of a larger picture. The human image to be created would need to be instantly recognizable as a puzzle piece and not an entire puzzle. This record title can be broken if another group creates same image with a larger group of people. Anybody up for the challenge.

Guinness World Records Kodak Caitlin Vesper Sir John Spills Berry United Arab Emirates Chris Ramsey Dubai University Of Economics Hong Kong Tessa Shahid Seattle Dave Edmunds England United States Sandringham Paul Laurence Evans Official Zayed Vietnam
What's the Best Kind of Dog Leash?

BrainStuff

03:56 min | 2 years ago

What's the Best Kind of Dog Leash?

"Relationships and discovers the transformative power of music. Theory and rocker comes from double. Elvis productions is created and hosted by Mitchelson Elson and executive produced by Jay. Brennan of disgraced land listened to dear young rocker on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. took him to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren. Bogle bomb here when you adopt a puppy or an older dog. There's a lot to look forward to a fun. Days of playing with her and taking walks feeding her teaching her tricks taking walks cuddling on the couch with her and yes taking more walks. Dogs require walks. The obvious reason is that they have to go out to do their business meaning urinate and defecate. The frequency depends on the breed. But if you live in an apartment or a house without a fenced yard where they can roam freely to take care of the call of nature as the adult in the room you are responsible for taking them out to a designated area where they can go and you can clean up after them but there's more to it than that dogs need lots of exercise. They need to burn off energy and socialized dogs. Hello Dog Park. Walks are an important part of your dogs. Daily routine and that means you're pups leash is a crucial canine accessory. But there are a dizzying number of options. So we he talked to an expert about her favourite leash and why she recommends it Susie. Aga- is a nationally recognized dog trainer an expert in dog behavior modification and the founder of Atlanta dog trainer. She has decades of dog training experience and has clear preferences about leashes for starters. She never recommends a retractable leash. She explained they're very popular leashes but everyone hates them. It's irritating for the dogs on the leash. They've got constant tension on them and it's irritating for humans in the community most pet owners. Don't ruin their dogs. They just let them wrap up. Whoever's walking by retractable leashes are dangerous? Dogs and humans. How many times have you been strolling along in the park minding your business? When suddenly there's a Doberman Pinscher staring at you a good twenty to thirty feet or six to nine meters away from its owner also retractable? Leads can hurt you the dog Walker. Should you attempt to grab it in case of an emergency it could give you a rope. Burn and be leashes are infamous for snapping due to strain or mechanical mechanical failure and whipping back with high force toward the walkers body and face Aga- also doesn't recommend the slip lead which is basically a slipknot allowing knowing you to slip your dog's head through the loop and poll to tighten Think of those leashes you get at the vet but they can be very dangerous. She said I don't like them. Because it puts that's a lot of pressure on the dogs. Trachea can cause a lot of damage. Aga's leash recommendation is a basic six foot or approximately two meter braided leather leash with brass fittings the clips onto the dog's collar or harness. Whichever the dog wears when walking Aga- says six feet is plenty long for every breed of dog to get away to use the bathroom the only time she doesn't recommend the brass fittings is for small dogs because the brass can be too heavy for those smaller dogs try stainless steel or aluminum fittings fittings instead ag- explained a leather leashes last a really long time? I've got one leash. That's fifteen years old. Most leashes available in the market are made of reinforced. Nylon or cloth webbing some even have carbon-fiber with an into them others are made of nylon rope. Aga- says those are fine but to be prepared hard to keep buying them she said nylon leashes even the ones that are sturdy. webbing are fine but they don't last. As long as leather dogs can chew through them and then the owners

AGA Dog Park Mitchelson Elson Brennan Bogle Apple JAY Lauren Executive Susie Walker Atlanta Founder AG
"nine meters" Discussed on Deliverybros

Deliverybros

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on Deliverybros

"As crazy that which I did have the guts but then again like no. I don't want to have the guts. Oh my gosh. He said my the image. I'm I'm holding in my head right now. It's crazy but I wouldn't do that. Shit girl you only live once exactly I want to email. You might actually find out you. Don't drench it but I don't know I think it'd be terrifying part of me excited but I might scare myself to death okay. Williams said I got to do today when you this. I've learned earned probably say that my thirty years life like a list along that Experience until you try it. Yes shepherd somewhere that Roy. So did you tell him. Tell him you scuba diving with the sharks your beat diving in a cage. I here's my arms Out with a license official that cage down one more charbonnet. I ain't GonNa do you see that movie. That's a second woman to I. One forty nine meters there you go. What a move with girls got stuck down there? Wouldn't the cage fail. It turned out the girl never got out. He navigate ashes. I loosened all the time Lorsch dotted moving crack. Gooden's is just knowing that I was down there that deep. I'll just like when closed. I think have CLAUSTROPHOBIC WHO's that I'm starting to address partner going down there. I think it would be a little bit more lanyon.

Roy Gooden sharks Williams partner official
This star moving at hyperdrive-speeds was spat out from our black hole

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

09:56 min | 2 years ago

This star moving at hyperdrive-speeds was spat out from our black hole

"Of the ticket a style that's being flung out of the Milky Way Galaxy Alexey at a record breaking speed of six million kilometers per hour by the supermassive black hole at the Galactic Centre a report in the monthly notices the Roll Economical Society claims. The unfortunate star was sent on its course through gravitational dads with secretaries ace tax more than five million years ago the style which is now some twenty nine thousand light years from Earth is traveling some ten times faster the most stars in the Milky Way including the son in fact. It's moving so fast. I believe the Milky Way in about one hundred million years never to return one of the study's authors emeritus professor Gary that cost us from the Australian National University. Says is the stars encounter with a black hole occurred at a time when humans were first learning to Walk Upright. He says in astronomical terms star will be leaving galaxy fairly sued and will likely travel through the emptiness of intergalactic space for eternity the Milky Way central supermassive black hole secretaries a star has some four four point three million times the mass of our Sun. It's located some twenty six thousand light years away in the direction of the Constellation secretaries authors discovered discovered this hapless style while using the three point nine meter anglo-australian telescope at the siding Spring Observatory to search for the shorted remains of small galaxies orbiting. The Milky Way is part of the southern Stella Stream Spectroscopy survey follow up observations within made with the A and US two point three minute telescope confirming the stars. Extreme speed did the customer and colleagues then trace the Star's journey back to its point of origin in the Galactic Center. It's this must have originally been in a binary system with a companion star and this system ventured too close to the black hole secretaries ace ta which then captured one of the Stars Too Close Orbit or sling shutting the other one out of the system custom and very high speed. DACOSTA says it's great to be able to confirm thirty or prediction. That stars really can be flying out of a galaxy by the supermassive black hole at the Galactic Center. I'm part of it. The national team that is using the anglo-australian telescope to get philosophies and abundances for stars in stellar streams the stuff streams Remnants of small galaxies have been ripped apart as they fall into is advertised on potential and by studying them we can learn about the distribution of doc mattering our galaxy for example but for every field. We don't necessarily have a complete set of targets for the thought so we used the other spare fathers to look at potentially other stars of interest and we found this stuff. That's has a velocity moving away from us as over a thousand cuomo specific and that was very unexpected and exciting discovery. Picked your interest in other words very much so Particularly the stars brought enough that the European Guy Satellite Commissioner a very accurate promotion. The motion in the plight of the sky is distinct from emotional life on us when we combine that with the observed. A lot of thoughts. Lusty you can trace Ashley Orbit back in time. And the orbit. Effect Exactly intersects with the center of the Galaxy. So we're very sure that this does being flung long out of the standard of the galaxy matches a prediction for a long time. Now that's been massive. Black Holes will blackouts. Generally I guess under the right circumstances weren't gobble Lapa Adventures too close but will in fact fling it out. That's right. There was a piper written first by Jack Hills in not an idea actually before four the Central Collin Galaxy was really well established in which he predicted it. If a binary star got too close to the central by call one of the stars would be absorbed in towards the blackhall. The other one would get a lot of energy be flung out of the center of the Galaxy and bicycling escape from galaxy completely. And that's what we're saying here. This really is the the first time that we've been definitively established that this high-velocity star doesn't affect have its origin at the center of the Galaxy. What do you know about this star? Well we know that it's Relatively young it's about two and a half times the mess of some. It's likely to be quite rich in chemical elements because the Santa Pod Aug- Aleksey is where the overall about this is about effective two times higher than it is in the local neighborhood so it's caught rich but With a massive about two and a half times orange the lofty that is traveling at its guide to escape from the Galaxy and hit off into it elected spice which is a very empty place. What does one cool is star in integrated space? I know if we have a planet outside our solar system. It's a rogue planet but what what is it aerobic style. I guess you'd call. It is a collective star. The the volume of spice outside of galaxies is very very empty. So you know you have a very small population of stars walk. These escaped from galaxies and and They'd be very hard to find. It's not the first high-speed contended that has been detected that appears to be living galaxy. Isn't no that's right nine for some Almost addicted I guess that there are these high-velocity stars that appear to be skyping galaxy in fraction of which appear to be coming from the center of the Galaxy. But this is the very first one where we've got precise enough to seminar of the top of the star to absolutely verify that it's coming from the center of the Galaxy hasn't been given head log number yet or a name. It has the rather prosaic name S. five because as five is the Stream survey project we're involved with And then it's it should be s one high-velocity star number one. I guess with the expectation that we might find more to me about the survey that you guys have been doing. This is really exciting. Isn't it looking at. The shredded remains a small galaxies opening the Milky Way. That's right It's actually a very good example of international collaboration. There's a team in the US that uses what's called the doc energy like camera on the former telescope in Chile. But let's you image lodge areas in the sky and they've infect done quite deep suv. I of the Southern Hemisphere Scott and in that imaging serve I I discovered of order a dozen of these streams where we believe these a AH small galaxies. That have been disrupted but you need to take spectroscopy of the stock is to get the philosophies in the abundances and the anglo-australian telescope with its two degree field spectograph spectograph lets you observe up to four hundred dollars at a time and that is a unique facility in terms of its field of view. A numbers fathers in the astronomical world so the US imaging imaging people have collaborated with star stone of his experts in fava spectroscopy to measure that. He's sort of these streams and You know serendipity can sometimes what can you fight or wait. Found this This particular stop by studying these still streams. This must be telling you a lot about the origins of the Milky Way Galaxy itself and how it's grown over Giga Giga us. Yes you're exactly right The the standard Theory of how the Milky Way is come into existence as had lots of galaxies Small galaxies full in get disrupted and then contribute. This does to the highlands of the disk of the galaxy in that process. We can try and map out. What the distribution of mass in our galaxy is by understanding the orbits of these streams in the galaxy get disrupted some of the stars get energy energy and move ahead than some of the stars lose energy in full behind? That's probably the other way around And so you. The whole thing gets strung out as a string of beat effectively and by studying the motions of streams we can actually see things like the influence of the lodge measuring like cloud as it comes by our galaxy. It's extra gravity. It disturbs the orbits of streams. and Are we seeing a lot of stuff from secretaries to office will run the other side that well it's been gobbled up. Now's well isn't it. That's that's right. I mean. The Sagittarius Stream was the first example of this Process with off. Galaxies falling in and being disrupted I guess it's Probably twenty. He's ago I guess it was in twenty five years since it was discovered and that is the archetypal example. The core of the galaxy is near the center of a Galaxy Galaxy. There's a stream of stars advice that goes across the hall. Scott now Sagittarius is was originally much more massive system than the small systems. That are just being disrupted the streams of West studying but it does just show that this process goes on Sagittarius. What in fact its own set of costs that guide to be added to the Hanover? The galaxy wants to sides of terrorists. System is completely disrupted with globular clusters. Can you tell the difference between a glove class. Sta and the center of a shredded galaxy. See that's very good question There are a few Gobert. COST IS GONNA cost is have constant abundance of elements it's like on and calcium Others but there are a few classes like a Centauri which is readily visible in the summer sky where there was a big range inch in the chemical elements like Nelson on from star to star. And it's certainly been suggested that Those cover costs as well. You see a heavy element abundance range by well obtained the former nucleus off galaxies. Pain disrupted our listeners are way normally globular cluster. oster is a tight ball of thousands if not millions of stars which originally formed together at the same time in the same molecular gas and dust cloud but when you see globular clusters crossed with stars of very different MILICIA's very different compositions. That's the telltale sign you're talking about. Exactly yes yes. In fact we have an example inside serious various the The there's a classical m fifty four which is a very luminous go cost which is right at the center secretaries and in fact does have a Ryan the elephants. So that's almost smoking guns or the Saudi.

United States Central Collin Galaxy Galactic Center Spring Observatory Stella Stream Australian National University Galactic Centre Roll Economical Society Dacosta Cuomo Gary Professor Lapa Adventures Commissioner Pain Jack Hills
"nine meters" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Make it better. my wife Joseph what it in reverse and back on out of. what I know and a swing a gravel down the third charge bison throw to first and you'll get Sanches to down you know how most third baseman if they have time like to set up their feet and throw. no doesn't do that at it like that was what he didn't have to circle around it he wasn't coming over to the line. here's to be more comfortable for lack of a better term always throwing on the run and setting his feet and then throw many feel that that is a locomotive and once at Frank it's moving. it's a lot of strength required to slow it down. Jennifer Didi Gregorius one nothing Yankee spot of the second. dot net I can swing it amounts of found does your wife really save you talking more is not gonna make it better she is in a state of war since the war you know this is the law courts like gas prices more I try to explain this. Gloria so for three with a walk last night check the swing. Garber thought about asking for the field on the side and it wasn't worth the effort that they were going to get the call so it's one on one on TV two thirty eight sixteen home runs during the season. on the right side for the twins arise about twenty feet out on to the outfield grass the one one swing admissible down in one and two. it's interesting someone pointed out today about the length of last night's game in the city and just think if ET your glorious and Gary Sanchez were heading in that might have been a four hour and forty five minute game last. these guys have been hitting one to swing a grounder that's going to stay. the baggage. it'll be an infield hit Grigory is Serrano was well off the line he got to the ball behind the back to back but it had any kind of a play an incident reports take it however you can get it at this point if your DD anything. to hopefully get you going. face masks the right way. a good way at our water base in and feel good about. how you got on see if you can get around the bases and just. kind of. reignite those juices when you felt good and we're getting there just a couple of stolen bases during the year for Gregorius usually first with two down of the number nine meters G. O. or selling the third baseman is up selling at three fourteen during the season one old for four in game one. between third and short stories up the second on the play. no time wasted all right there by. your cell. fast ball it's got that arm side run little sink to it. need to the spot. the next man to do something he was a very key for us. the MVP of this. may be with an unbelievable season. twenty six homers driving at a hundred and two an OPS of eight ninety three and a three eighty nine during the regular season with runners in scoring position he's up there for the runners at first and second to down right now try to expand this wanted nothing we. now facing guys for the second time around what made you doubled and scored back in the first. the right hander checks the run around it second hand the pitch on the way to fast forward first right going to one. the guy who started the year in a bowl. pitching game two of a playoff series the Minnesota Twins is to show you how much the same six months. since. back to personal use of the wanted to swing it amounts of awards or charging Polanco throws to first in time and be a missile the Yankees will leave a couple of men on it were at the end of June with the Yankees still leading the twins wanted out you're listening to.

Jennifer Didi Gregorius Yankees Serrano Gregorius Sanches Gary Sanchez Gloria Joseph Frank Garber Minnesota MVP Grigory Polanco G. O. forty five minute nine meters twenty feet
"nine meters" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The today show I ventured out of our usual studio into the rain and into a rain forest well perhaps not quite a rainforest exactly but the closest thing we have here in central London or needs a central and then this is the palm house that the royal botanic gardens at Kew and I'm here with the director of science for this place Dr Alex and to Nelly I wanna talk generally about the forests of the world Alex I suppose but first of all tell me exactly where we are and what it is was surrounded by we are now in the palm halls of the robotic on his queue in southwest London and this is a hot spot of biodiversity because that's the water the largest collection of living plants in the ward here in London Asian species things from Queensland species from like South America where we just send him from his bad and Southeast Asia all of the content all the rain forests of the world think that that that piling up above me out seven eight meters nine meters toll it's like a huge green house you can hit some birds these native birds I think that it has to creep in through the door probably having a wild time hand it's humid in here it stank it smells wonderful because you got all of the furniture and the some of the rotting leaves of course on the ground and that generates it's very much his own atmosphere west with with blasts notes to be afflicted by the usual insects and all the rest that we would have if we were in a real rain forests and it's not quite as hot as it would be in the tropics but the tropics themselves lend themselves to this kind of environment and this is what we depend on I guess to absorb a large part of the world that was very common that's correct and of course it's not only about trees we have an amazing variety of epiphytes so all the plans going on those trees such as arcades mas's fungi will have a fantastic eco system of living. things that are interconnected and his old crates and maybe out of life forms that together five in this very fantastic landscape and eco system I can see by the the the shining in your eyes that it excites you the save our fun here of course because this is the week of the global climate conference in New York and because as you may have heard around the world to have been serious problems in the world's largest rainforests the amas in large sections of it have been burning in the last couple of months in part according to some activists and Brazilian officials because the government that led by Jaipal scenario has given a green light to the farmers to loggers and two others to clear parts of the protective force without risk of prosecution we're gonna be looking at some of that today and specifically at the challenge of how to fix the problem of deforestation in Brazil and around the world generally Dr internally that challenge of burning down the forest that makes a gigantic difference of course to the amount of carbon that we are re absorbing from.

seven eight meters nine meters
"nine meters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Dot org what if we are to be prepared for it we must i shed our fear of it without fear because i remember i remember that i am here not because of the past that lies before me because of the path that lies behind me i remember that one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a century lynch i remember that which we are still they make them remember we immune fear of ear to ear to ear to ear here and declare your independence from the people studios. There's other ways cool cool cool calm. We'll be right back after i get my voice. We'll start now. What we're going to do is in the third hour. Course we have clump reported to the doctor bamburi so that'd be that'd be interested lots of stuff going on a lot stuff always entertainment but i am. I'm so sick that you guys still voting. Damn damn we gotta get away from all these guys just just sixty. Two miles away is anarchy. Anarchy is only sixty st two miles away straight up one hundred kilometers up and it's like man. We're outside all y'all's jurisdiction. Shall we do well. We're gonna find find out. It's one thing last couple of weeks. I've been keeping the the gateway project. Gateway is a group of people came together gathered design a space station two thousand one space odyssey big giant spinning hilton yeah you guys. I don't know if you guys is remember that big space station in two thousand and one was a hilton and going to it was pan am this. They didn't even think of is going to be like a nasa thing or something. You know this is of course it was going to be private industry. That did all this stuff well. That's what's <hes> winding up happening private industry industry be doing the staff steph so it's interesting to watch all this. I saw there's an article. India is landing on the moon india india a._o. You know having astronaut potato got their own rovers then we just had last week though was white rabbit or jade rabbit or talk as well as the chinese rovers. I knew the jade rabbit and then they had i don't know if it was that one or another one they're getting more china had a rover on the dark side of the moon and it went through some gelatinous white wider colored soil of what the heck is this. You know it's like the the blob. If it was a biological it would've taken it over and turned into a big monster went in the movie theater neighb- eight everybody but seeing as how it's reality it's a big blob eight. The monster you know turned into a most right using the robot wasn't there nearby but if there's something that got and we'll find out about that later but the <hes> there's lots of interesting things oh spacex is having oh. You thought thought they just had the big falcon rocket nan. Oh interplanetary interplanetary transport system you know was that i t s so interplanetary transport system is a bigger one and it's twice the size and show you some graphics here but they see it was eighteen. It's a nightmare. I get the right measurements. It's like nine meters on one eighteen keen on the the big one and then the other one's going to be like double that it's like thirty meters or crossroads a big fat juicy racket now one they have al falcon nine dragon capsule with donald seventy guys or something then you have <hes> the far that would go <hes> they call it start <hes> starship and it would be i think it was a couple of hundred people and then the cell the one thousand and one thousand and send a bunch of mars. You got like a thousand but it's also for the planetary going..

Dot India chinese rovers nasa donald china one hundred kilometers one hundred years thirty meters nine meters
Hurricane Dorian moving slowly over eastern Grand Bahama Island

Orlando's Morning News

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Hurricane Dorian moving slowly over eastern Grand Bahama Island

"Here's the latest from the national hurricane center chill overnight the storm weakened slightly it's packing Max's stand winds of one hundred seventy miles one hundred seventy five miles an hour now torrentz crawling along what one mile an hour as it moves closer to South Florida it's now one hundred miles east to west Palm Beach let's hear from Israel nine meter on its new stores slowly towards the west it will eventually turn towards the northwest later on Monday or Tuesday but not before coming very close to Florida's east coast hurricane Dorian still a massive category five hurricane with winds of one hundred seventy five miles per hour slowing to a crawl only moving one mile per hour for word or west word over grand Bahama island this is a problem for the northwestern Bahamas because it continues the lash these islands with strong winds and storm surge but for Florida that keeps it off our coast that much longer giving us the option to watch this turn farther to the north so a little bit of good news for us however we do not wish this thing to linger on the Bahamas any longer current forecast track puts it Dorian just off our east coast as we head into Tuesday and Wednesday with hurricane conditions possible along our coast in that time frame from channel nine Eyewitness News I'm meteorologist George

MAX South Florida Israel Dorian Grand Bahama Island Bahamas George West Palm Beach Nine Meter
"nine meters" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

14:39 min | 2 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on KGO 810

"I quote the Russian government perceived it would benefit from a trump presidency and work to secure that outcome do I have that statement right I believe so doctor Miller this attack on our democracy involved as you said two operations first a social media disinformation campaign this was part of a targeted campaign to spread false information on places like Twitter and Facebook is that correct that's correct Facebook estimated as per your report that the Russian fake images reached a hundred and twenty six million people is that correct I believe that's a seller we record director who did the Russian social media campaign ultimately intended benefit Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump Donald Trump the second operation directly to say Donald Trump but there were instances where Hey Hillary Clinton was subject to much the same behavior the second operation in the Russian attack was a scheme what we call the the how can dump to steal and release hundreds of thousands of emails from the Democratic Party and the Clinton campaigns that a fair summary that is did your investigation find that the releases of the hacked emails were strategically timed to maximize the impact on the election I'd have to refer you to the our report on that question page thirty six I quote the release the documents designed and time to interfere with the twenty sixteen U. S. presidential election Mr Miller which presidential candidate was Russia's hiking and dumping operation designed to benefit Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump Mr Mr trump smaller is it possible that the sweeping and systematic effort by Russia actually had an effect on the outcome of the presidential election those issues are being or have been investigated by other entities hundred twenty six million Facebook impressions fake rallies attacks on Hillary Clinton's health would you rule out that it might have had some effect on the election Mecca speculate your report describes a third Avenue of attempted Russian interference that is the numerous links and contacts between the trump campaign in individuals tied to the Russian government is that correct I could you repeat the question your report describes what is called a third Avenue of it Russian interference and that's the links and contacts between the trump campaign an individual's tied to the Russian government let's bring up slide one which is about George Papadopoulos and it reads on may sixth twenty sixteen ten days after that meeting with Masood much discussed today Papadopoulos suggested to a representative of a foreign government that the trump campaign had received indications from the Russian government that I could assist the campaign through the anonymous release of information that would be damaging to Hillary Clinton and director that's exactly what happened two months later is it not well I can speak to the surface you have on the screen as being accurate from the report but not the second half your question with Willis second half just to refer to page six of the report is that on July twenty second through wikileaks thousands of these emails that were that were stolen by the Russian government appeared correct that's on page six of the report this is the wikileaks posting of those you know I I can't find it quickly but I please continue okay so just to be clear before the public or the FBI ever knew the Russians previewed for a trump campaign official George Papadopoulos that they had stolen emails that they could release anonymously to help Donald Trump and hurt Hillary Clinton is that correct I'm like I speak to to to that director rather than report this contact with Joseph Masood and the notion that there was dirt that the campaign could use rather than report that to the FBI that I think most of my constituents would expect an individual to do Papadopoulos in fact lied about his Russian contacts to you is that not correct that's true we have an election coming up in twenty twenty director if a campaign receives an offer of dirt from a foreign individual or government generally speaking should that campaign report those contacts should be it I can be depending on the circumstances across I I will yield back the balance of my time miss Conway the smaller did anyone ask you to exclude anything from your report that you felt should have it in the report I I I I don't think so but it was a it's it's not a small report Michael come away no one has which is for the Texas northwest on the most likely should within their that you were not that I can recall the announcement Sanders reckless thank you thank the gentleman for yielding good afternoon director Mahler in your may twenty ninth press conference again in your opening remarks this morning you made it pretty clear you wanted the special counsel report to speak for itself John Nash said if your friend of complicated from ten that the authors in mind which is a will not comment on any other conclusions or hypotheticals about the president now he spent the last few hours of your life from Democrats trying to get you the answer all kinds of hypotheticals about the president and I expected it may continue for the next few hours of your life I think you've stayed pretty much true to what your intent and desire was but I guess regardless of that the special counsel's office is closed and it has no continuing jurisdiction or authority so what would be your authority or jurisdiction for adding new conclusions or determinations to the special counsel's written report as for the latter I don't know or expect changes in conclusion so we have included in our in our report so to that point you address one of the issues that that I needed to which was from your testimony this morning which some consider it as a change to the written report you talked about the exchange the you had with congressman Lou I wrote it down a little bit different I want to ask you about it so that the records perfectly clear I recorded that he asked you quote the reason you did not indict Donald Trump is because of the well see opinion stating you cannot indict a sitting president to which you responded that is correct that that response is inconsistent I think you'll agree with your written report I want to be clear that it is not your intent to change a written report it is your intent to clarify the record today as I started to today this afternoon and added either a footnote or endnote what I want to clarify is the fact that we did not make any determination a with regard to culpability in any way we did not start that process down down the road terrific thank you for clarifying the record the stated purpose of your appointment as special counsel was to insure a full and thorough investigation of the Russian government efforts to interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election as part of that full and thorough investigation what determination and special counsel office make about whether the steel dot CA was part of the Russian government efforts to interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election Gary comes to Mister Steele I defer to the department of justice well first full director I I very much agree with your determination that rough for Russia's efforts were sweeping and systematic I think it should concern every American that's why I want to know just how sweeping and systematic those efforts were I want to find out if Russia interfered with our election by providing false information through sources to Christopher steel about a trump conspiracy that you determine didn't exist well I has again I'm not gay discuss the issues regarding Mister Steele as the I in terms of a portrayal of the conspiracies we return to indictments and computer crimes arena of a one G. R. U. and another active measures in which we lay out in excruciating detail I am what occurred in those two and I rather large conspiracies I I agree with respect to that but why this is important is an application three renewal applications were submitted by the United States government to spy or surveil on trump campaign Carter associates are part of page and on all four occasions the United States government submitted the steel dossier as a central piece of evidence with respect to that now the basic premise of the dossier as you know was that there was a well developed conspiracy of cooperation between the trump campaign and the Russian government but the special counsel investigation didn't establish any conspiracy correct well I I what I can tell you is that the defense that you are characterizing here now is part of another matter that is being handled by the department of justice which you did not establish any conspiracy much less a well developed one and again I may pass on that question the special counsel did not charge card page with anything correct social council did not all right of my time is expired I yield back this tool director Mauler I'd like to turn your attention to the June ninth twenty sixteen trump tower meeting slide to which should be on the screen now is part of an email chain between don junior don Donald Trump junior and a publicist represent every single Democrat from Alabama email exchange ultimately led to the now infamous June ninth twenty sixteen meeting the email from the publicist to Donald Trump junior reads in part the crown prosecutor of Russia offer to provide the trump campaign with some official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and is a part of Russia and its government support of Mr trump in this email Donald Trump junior is being told that the Russian government wants to pass along information which would hurt Hillary Clinton and help Donald Trump is that correct now some juniors response to that email is flight three he said and I quote it is what you say I love it especially later in the summer then dollar junior invited senior campaign officials Paul man a fort in and Jared Kushner to the meeting today not this email exchanges that characterization which isn't it against the law for a presidential campaign to accept anything of value from a foreign government generally speaking yes but there is a hired killing the cases are circles or unique we say in a page a hundred eighty four and volume one the federal campaign finance law prop broadly prohibits foreign nationals from making contributions etcetera and then you say that foreign nationals may not make a contribution or donation of money or anything of value it said clearly in the report itself thank you now let's turn to what actually happened at the meeting when Donald Trump junior and the others got to the June ninth meeting they realize that the Russian delegation didn't have the promised cortical dirt in fact they got upset about that did they not Hey generally yes you say in volume a one page a hundred eighteen that truck junior asked what what what are we doing here what what what do they have on Clinton and during the meeting Kirschner actually text manifold saying it was quote a waste of time in quote is that correct I believe it's in the report along the lines you specify so to be clear top trunk campaign officials learned that Russia wanted to help Donald trump's campaign by giving him dirt on his opponent truck junior said loved it then he and senior officials held a meeting with the Russians to try to get that Russian help but they were disappointed because a dirt wasn't as good as they had hoped so to the next step did anyone to your knowledge in the trump campaign ever tell the FBI of this offer I don't believe so Donald Trump junior tell they'll be either they received an offer of help from and that's about all say on on this aspect of it would you be to star that if if they had reported it to the FBI or anyone in that campaign during the course of your two year investigation you would've been covered touch up I would hope yes yes Sir is it not the responsibility of political campaigns to inform the F. B. I. if they receive information from a foreign government I would think that that something they wanted to do well not only did the campaign not tell the FBI they they sought to hide the existence of the June ninth at meeting for over a year is that not correct on the general characterization I would question it Hey if you're referring to later Hey edition of a reply that flowed from the media then no what I'm suggesting is eve said and volume two page five on several occasions the president directed aids not to publicly disclose the email setting up the jet the June nine meters attacker thanks I'm sorry given this illegal assistance by Russians you chose even given that you did not charge Donald Trump junior or any of the other senior officials with conspiracy is that right correct and while in there when you're talking about if you're talking about other individuals you're talking about the attendees yes that's right nine if that's right so Mr Miller even though he did not you didn't charge him with conspiracy don't you think the American people would be concerned that these three senior campaign officials eagerly sought a foreign adversaries helped to win elections and don't think that reporting that it's important that we don't set a precedent for future elections I can't accept that characterization well listen I think that it seems like a betrayal of American values to me Sir that someone with if not being criminal is definitely an ethical and wrong and I would think that we would.

Russian government doctor Miller twenty sixteen ten days twenty second nine meters two months two year one G
"nine meters" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Under the giant as the eighth wonder of the world but friends and loved ones had their own designation we spoke by email with Benjamin brown an archivist for world wrestling entertainment or the W. W. E. he said under the giant was and still is affectionately referred to as boss symbolizing the respect he commanded and was appropriately given long before the power and I Khan became a pop culture phenomenon under the giant was Andre Rison off French kid who let up somewhat average life until puberty hat born in Grenoble France in nineteen forty six was a beautiful baby his older brother and one set an HBO documentary about Andres life quote she was normal is life changing transformation began in his early teens when it became evident that we're some of had between Terry Glenn disorder called acromegaly the disorder according to the Mayo Clinic occurs when the pituitary gland produces too much growth hormone during adulthood causing the bones to increase in size it typically affects middle aged adults but can happen at any age what strikes still developing kids like it did it was the last case it can cause a condition called gigantism which results in abnormal increases in height and exaggerated bone growth the most major physical transformation occurred in the time between his departure from home at age fourteen to seek employment outside of Granada and its first return visit at age nineteen in nineteen eighty one Sports Illustrated profile reported indeed it during the five years young Andre had been estranged from his parents he grown so large that even his mother and father failed at first and even second glance to recognize them or to connect the giant they had seen on television but the gamely dreamer would hide himself to Paris so long before continue to grow by the age of twelve he had six feet that's one point eight meters and two hundred and forty pounds or hundred kilos and rapidly grew from there so he set his sights on a career that allowed him to use his size to his advantage wrestling to train with French champion Frank Bella who later became his manager we're so must begin competing under the name John fair in Montreal and monster Roussimoff in Japan the young giant began making a name for himself as a baby faced colossal competitor and bell well introduced him to legendary wrestling promoter Vince McMahon senior as the founder of the world wide wrestling federation or W. W. F. which later became the W. W. E. McMahon made a few suggestions to increase response potential success including a name change the man dubbed the wrestler Andre the giant and sent off to compete around the world on March twenty sixth nineteen seventy three under the giant made his W. W. F. debut at New York city's Madison Square Garden she went on to wrestle more than three hundred days a year and rose to fame is one of the industry's most respected competitors brown said under the giants to pass to the often one dimensional nature of attraction wrestler to become a massive draw wherever he went in the world Andre was both the leader of the locker room and a measuring stick for all those who came after Andre the giant was intelligent multi lingual an exceptional in ring talents while the wrestlers success is indisputable his eventual size is up for debate most sources claim he reached a height of seven feet four inches that's two point two meters although according to biography dot com he was more likely closer to six feet eleven inches or one point nine meters size resume off wait about five hundred pounds that's two hundred and twenty six kilos the wrestlers unique physicality led to plenty of opportunities outside of the ring including a memorable role in the nineteen eighty seven film the princess bride and wrist must look for food and drink was no joke there are many stories of him drinking more than a hundred beers in one sitting though it supposedly wasn't the norm his best friend Tim white told W. W. E. had go into a restaurant and eat twelve steaks and fifteen lobsters just to quote put on a show and have some laughs it remained a formidable competitor throughout his career taking on Titans like Hulk Hogan and macho man Randy savage but by the early nineteen nineties the effects of his acromegaly and the massive physical wear and tear of his career had led to severe effects on his health I commend Lee is known to cause everything from high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease spinal cord compression and vision loss we grappled with chronic pain could no longer enjoy the rigors of wrestling she retreated to North Carolina ranch but flew home to France early nineteen ninety three when his father passed away on January twenty seventh nineteen ninety three Andre the giant died in his sleep of congestive heart failure the wrestler was never married but he was survived by a daughter robin Christensen Roussimoff born in nineteen seventy nine under the giant continues to be heralded by wrestling fans as one of the sport's greatest competitors brown said this quote is from ten white under his best friend who called me while I was writing this.

six feet five hundred pounds three hundred days twenty six kilos eleven inches hundred kilos eight meters forty pounds four inches nine meters five years seven feet two meters
"nine meters" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"New Andre the giant as the eighth wonder of the world but friends and loved ones had their own designation we spoke by email with Benjamin brown an archivist for world wrestling entertainment or the WWE he said under the giant was and still is affectionately referred to as boss symbolizing the respect he commanded and was appropriately given long before the power and I Khan became a pop culture phenomenon under the giant was Andre Rison off French kid who led up somewhat average life until puberty hat born in Grenoble France in nineteen forty six was a beautiful baby his older brother and one set an HBO documentary about Andrea's life quote she was normal it's life changing transformation began in his early teens when it became evident that we're somewhat had between Terry Glenn disorder called acromegaly the disorder according to the Mayo Clinic occurs when the pituitary gland produces too much growth hormone during adulthood causing the bones to increase in size it typically affects middle aged adults but can happen at any age what strikes still developing kids like it did it was mass case it can cause a condition called gigantism which results in abnormal increases in height and exaggerated bow grow where is the most major physical transformation occurred in the time between his departure from home at age fourteen to seek employment outside of Granada and its first return visit at age nineteen in nineteen eighty one Sports Illustrated profile reported indeed it during the five years young Andre had been estranged from his parents he grown so large that even his mother and father failed at first and even second glance to recognize them or to connect the giant they had seen on television with the gamely dreamer would hide himself to Paris so long before continue to grow by the age of twelve he had six feet that's one point eight meters and two hundred and forty pounds or hundred kilos and rapidly grew from there so he set his sights on a career that allowed him to use his size to his advantage wrestling to train with French champion Frank fella who later became his manager we're so must begin competing under the name John fair in Montreal and monster Roussimoff in Japan the young giant began making a name for himself as a baby faced colossal competitor and fell what introduced him to legendary wrestling promoter Vince McMahon senior as the founder of the world wide wrestling federation or W. W. F. which later became the W. W. E. McMahon made a few suggestions to increase response potential success including a name change the man dubbed the wrestler Andre the giant and sent off to compete around the world on March twenty sixth nineteen seventy three under the giant made his W. W. F. debut at New York city's Madison Square Garden he when I travel more than three hundred days a year and rose to fame as one of the industry's most respected competitors brown said under the giants to pass to the often one dimensional nature of attraction wrestler to become a massive draw wherever he went in the world Andre was both the leader of the locker room and a measuring stick for all those who came after Andre the giant was intelligent multi lingual an exceptional in ring talents while the wrestlers success is indisputable his eventual size is up for debate most sources claim he reached a height of seven feet four inches that's two point two meters although according to biography dot com he was more likely closer to six feet eleven inches or one point nine meters all sides resume off wait about five hundred pounds that's two hundred and twenty six kilos the wrestlers unique physicality led to plenty of opportunities outside of the ring including a memorable role in the nineteen eighty seven film the princess bride end results look for food and drink was no joke there are many stories of him drinking more than a hundred beers in one sitting though it supposedly wasn't the norm is best friend Tim white told W. W. E. him go into a restaurant and eat twelve steaks and fifteen lobsters just to quote put on a show and have some laughs it remained a formidable competitor throughout his career taking on Titans like Hulk Hogan and macho man Randy savage but by the early nineteen nineties the effects of his acromegaly and the massive physical wear and tear of his career had led to severe effects on his health I commend Lee is known to cause.

Andre six feet five hundred pounds three hundred days twenty six kilos eleven inches hundred kilos eight meters forty pounds four inches nine meters five years seven feet two meters
"nine meters" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"The surface? Okay. Seven hundred and fifty nine meters. Yeah. Deep thirty two hundred. It is d-. Have you just go feet thirty two hundred feet below very deep down there, though? Nothing giants, Chris really the Necas suck you right up and you will gun but I'm not going thirty five hundred feet thirty year. Head, probably would burst, but you know, he could come up. Point the black bottom, you don't see anything little Rosh out, the scuba, dive scuba dive. Gone. I don't think square man eaters, we don't have you ever seen one large? You don't know what that is. Right. How does it grow too big? Yeah. Either people maybe like the Wales you out though. Little microscopic, keep saying whales don't do this and wells don't do that. That man was in whale mouth, and they will just Pinocchio no. Dwell in the buyer for the surfer head the surfer a couple weeks ago swim. Right. Into the whale's mouth. Okay. Any let him out? What if what if you did you decide? We'll see what this is. It wasn't a shark. It was a well, you remember why are you going to me about the way? Well. Your small wheel, but yeah, so anyway, Gulf of Mexico. This square was found in the ship to London for analysis analysis to find out what it is. And how did they grow and all those things. So that was one headline. I gave you but I'm gonna double up believe in. Due for one. Yeah. I'm going to double up this one here is right up your alley. All right, golf magic who. So they sexy ninety golf day with some. Bartenders is not fully clothed, causing some outrage amongst the golf community potato. It's called. Yeah. I don't know what to say that. It's a production company where they play called play productions to host a sink in pink big boy, and bigger, golf day. What? What they sporting of sporting event is dubbed as the sexiest and Nadia's golf day featuring women that are not fully clothed. It's causing a stir in the Gulf world. So they're going to be out in on the golf course and they're going to August sixteenth, or are you off that day? I know he does industry hills and stuff like that. No tenders. The bartenders will be topless topless is in the Gulf women. So be doing their deal cats. Whatever will said, yeah, in, they started in the UK. They started they were in the UK and South Africa in South Africa. No. In South Africa. They started South Africa. They brought it to the UK. Okay. And this is an tournament that they put on and they call it a tournament four play productions. There There you you go. go. Yeah. So it's interesting. But in an interview with the independent this week, woman, golf editor Alison route was outraged. She was mad that anyone we get behind this and you're golfer, I am, and you're a golfer, Chris. Would you take in tournament behind? So here's the deal. We've talked about, like sometimes you get those foods that are two things that are smashed together as I go, it's pizza taco, and, you know, just like whatever I like pizza like tacos, I don't need a pizza taco Arkell right now. This is this falls into that category. I understand that some people like to go to those sorts of places that's fine. Droff. I understand that people like to play golf at understand why you have to match those two things together go do one and then go do the other same don't those are both recreational activities. I guess I want to go play golf. I don't need. You don't need. Have a cocktail, and that's it on, if you only do one, which one would you so for doing this deal, I hate those places I truly the golfing? No, I like golf, the house keys handle time for it. Never have even as a younger man. No. Time for that..

golf South Africa Chris UK Gulf Mexico Alison route London Wales Nadia editor thirty five hundred feet thirty two hundred feet fifty nine meters thirty year
How Was Andr the Giant Larger than Life?

BrainStuff

06:02 min | 2 years ago

How Was Andr the Giant Larger than Life?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the Capital, One card with Capital, One saver card. You can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new French restaurant and four percent on bowling with your friends. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores, and one percent on all other purchases. Now, when you go out you cash in Capital, One, what's in your wallet terms apply? Welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Vogel bomb here. Fans knew Andre the giant as the eighth wonder of the world, but friends and loved ones had their own designation. We spoke by Email with Benjamin Brown. An archivist for world, wrestling, entertainment, or the WWE. He said, under the giant was and still is affectionately referred to as boss, symbolizing, the respect he commanded and was appropriately given long before the towering icon, became a pop culture, phenomenon under the giant was Andrew SAAF, a French kid who led up somewhat average life until puberty hit born in Grenoble, France in nineteen Forty-six resolve was beautiful baby has older brother and Thuan said an HBO documentary about Andre's life, quote, he was normal his life changing transformation began in his early teens when it became evident that Roussel mauve had to Terry Glenn disorder called acrimoniously the sorter. According to the mayo clinic occurs, when the Patou itary gland produces too much growth hormone during adulthood, causing the bones to increase in size. It typically affects middle aged. Notes, but can happen at any age and what it strikes, still developing kids like it did, and muffs case it can cause a condition called, gigantism, which results in, abnormal increases in height and exaggerated bone growth, Roussel, muffs major physical, transformation occurred in the time between his departure from home at age fourteen to seek employment outside of granola and his first return visit at age nineteen nineteen Eighty-one Sports Illustrated profile reported indeed during the five years young Andre had been estranged from his parents, he'd grown so large that even as mother and father failed at first and even second glance to recognize him or to connect the giant. They had seen on television with the gangly dreamer, who would hide himself to Paris so long before. Of continued to grow by the age of twelve he hit six feet, that's one point eight meters and two hundred and forty pounds or a hundred kilos and rapidly grew from there. So he set his sights on a career that allowed him to use his size to his advantage. Wrestling after training with French champion Frank. Val wa who later became his manager worse enough begin competing under the name zone. Fair in Montreal and monster off in Japan. The young giant began making a name for himself, as a baby-faced colossal, competitor and bell wa introduced him to legendary wrestling promoter and Smick man senior as the founder of the world, wide, wrestling federation, or WWF, which later became the WWE McMahon made a few suggestions to increase Russa muffs. Potential success, including a name change McMahon dubbed, the wrestler, Andre the giant and sent him off to compete around the world. On March twenty sixth nineteen Seventy-three under the giant made has WWF debut at New York City's Madison Square Garden. He went onto wrestle more than three hundred days a year and rose to fame is one of the industry's most respected competitors. Brown said under the giant surpassed the often one dimensional nature of attraction wrestler to become a massive draw wherever he went in the world. Andre was both the leader of the locker room and measuring stick for all those who came after Andre the giant was intelligent multi-lingual an exceptional in ring talent. While the wrestler, success is indisputable his eventual size is up for debate most sources claim. He reached a height of seven feet four inches. That's two point two meters, though, according to biography dot com. He was more likely closer to six feet eleven inches or one point nine meters. It's full size Rousseff weighed about five hundred pounds, that's two hundred and twenty six kilos, the wrestler's unique physicality led to plenty of opportunities outside of the ring, including a memorable role in the nineteen eighty seven film the prince. Bride and resolves love for food and drink was no joke. There are many stories of him drinking more than one hundred beers. In one sitting though, it supposedly wasn't the norm. His best friend Tim white told WWE had go into a restaurant and eat twelve stakes and fifteen lobsters just to quote put on a show and have some laughs. Roussel offer main, too formidable competitor throughout his career taking on titans, like hulk HOGAN, and macho man, Randy savage, but by the early nineteen ninety s the effects of his Akra medically and the massive physical wear and tear of his career had led to severe effects on his health mega is known to cause everything from high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease to spinal cord compression vision loss, resume of grappled with chronic pain, and could no longer endure the rigors of wrestling, he retreated to his North Carolina ranch. But flew home to France at early nineteen Ninety-three when his father passed away, on January twenty seventh nineteen Ninety-three Andre the giant died and asleep congestive heart failure. The wrestler was never married, but he was survived by a daughter Robin. Christianson Russa mauve born in nineteen Seventy-nine under the giant continues to be heralded by wrestling fans as one of the sport's greatest competitors. Brown said this quote is from Tim white Andres best friend who called me while I was writing this, once he befriended, you he was your friend for life. Space episode was written by Michelle Constantinople ski and produced by Tyler click brain stuff is a production with I heart radio. How stuff works for more on this, and lots of other massive topics. Visit our home. Planet has works dot com. And for more podcast iheartradio, I heart radio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by the Capital One saver card earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. Two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet terms apply.

Andre WWE Roussel Benjamin Brown Christianson Russa Wrestling Capital One France Lauren Vogel Paris Gigantism Patou Itary Gland Mcmahon Apple HBO Sports Illustrated Growth Hormone Grenoble Madison Square Garden Andrew Saaf
"nine meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Motion in art is not a particularly noble ADM. I found that artists. Thirteen experiment with it in the early twentieth. Century in this form became known of kinetic art from the Greek word kinetic, which means moving or active as opposed to sculpture, which was born to capture the moment and make it adding the movement element seems to transform it into a different sort of experience performance that happens right before your eyes and leaves and deep and lasting impact. Your most famous words, you became well known because of the culture modern woman, I saw it with my own eyes of years ago to to me a small town on the Black Sea with this nine meters toll tattoos of a female male sort of. Tower on the Bank, and they're very impressive until you realize that actually and the made of those horizontal steel fill thirty. Yeah. And when they move its lowly moved toward the other than they touch each other than they thought of go through each other until they finally part, and I found this exhilarating should really overwhelming. It's just convinced deep message because of movement then I read up on a little bit in the Clements referencing old legend about Muslim board in the Georgian Christian Princess and the love story in reference to the situation of the Soviet empire of union. But for me, it was just a very simple, very eternal story of love and loss. It starts every day every evening the cycle. Of getting to know someone getting through them and falling apart. They think is that people have their own very nice versions. Sometimes I listen in like them. And I know I never thought about, but I can say whatever want when I started. Of course, it was about love and loss. And of course, I was at that time in a moment when I was very hurt. So I wanted to make what was my idea being together for a moment when you become one one with someone and then you lose. You're listening to in the studio on the BBC World Service with me Italian Gorsha in. I'm falling Georgian contemporary artists democracy. As she works on her latest, kinetic sculpture..

Georgian Christian Princess Black Sea Clements BBC nine meters
How Do Mail Carriers Get Their Routes?

BrainStuff

06:18 min | 2 years ago

How Do Mail Carriers Get Their Routes?

"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain, Steph, Lauryn balk here. Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night keeps your loyal mailman for making their daily rounds in their powder. Blue shirt, grey shorts and occasionally awesome safari hat. But how exactly did your trustee mail carrier get signed the specific route, and how long are they stuck with it? The US postal service was established by the constitution. And the first postmaster general was named by George Washington in seventeen eighty nine. The new country was served by seventy five post offices, delivering to four million people. According to sue Brennan at the United States postal service your mail carriers. Current route is one of more than seventy four thousand world postal routes and nearly one hundred forty five thousand city routes across the nation, the longest single root in America is magnum Oklahoma where a well traveled world carrier drives a hundred and eighty three miles. That's two hundred ninety four kilometers every day to serve two hundred and forty eight customers the shortest route is an Athens, Georgia where a city. Carrier walks nine hundred fifty feet that's two hundred eighty nine meters to make two hundred and Eighty-one deliveries. We spoke with Brian Renfro. He's a second-generation letter carrier from Hattiesburg Mississippi currently serving as the executive vice president of the national association of letter carriers, a labor union, representing America's two hundred thousand city postal workers Renfro explained to us the process by which an individual postal route is designed and assigned for starters, Redford says rural carriers and city carriers have different systems for determining the size of a route a rural carriers route is much more consistent, and they are paid for the amount of time. It takes them to complete the root for city carriers. The guiding principle of design is for carrier to complete the route in his close to eight hours as possible. As you can imagine. And it our route looks a lot different depending on your location in a dense urban center full of highrise apartments. It might take a postal worker. Eight hours to service a couple of blocks out in the suburbs. Another postal worker might walk and Dr miles delivering to single family homes. The size and dimensions of each route are calculated using a combination of computer based mapping software and old fashioned on the ground experience. Renfer said the postal service has a computer program that maps the exact location of every delivery point not just this houses here, but we're the mailbox is in this program uses a number of algorithms to try to generate the most efficient way to travel the route based on the time value that's assigned to each street the computers timing of the root is just a starting point though. After that, it's the postal manager's job to account for reality. Which includes all the variables that can impact the time. It takes to complete a route. There are seasonal fluctuations and mail volume. There's inclement weather there's road construction and new home construction and the very human differences between one carrier and the next Renfrewshire said some letter carriers are tall some are short. Some are young some are older. Some are fasters are slower. There are all sorts of variables that play into it. There's no set time to deliver mail at a particular house the post. Oh carrier has to spend a few hours sorting the mail into trays before heading out on their route the trays correspond to the order of the root. If the house is head of you on the route happened to be heavier on male than usual on any given day. The letters may get to your box later then on another day. Even if the weather is good, and there's no road construction or other delays keeping the roots as close to eight hours as possible requires regular adjustments postal managers will conduct six day route inspections to accurately time each part of the letter carriers day from the daily morning sorting to the on the street delivery to hanging up their bag at night. If carriers day is stretching closer to eight and a half hours. The postal manager will slice off a portion of that route and divvied up among nearby carriers with lighter loads that explains why you might see a new face on your route every couple of years. Otherwise, these ending roots at any given post office is done by seniority when route is vacated the carrier quits or retires. Or a new one is created all the carriers office. Get to bid on the roots the carrier with the most seniority wins. If you've had the same letter carrier for a long time that probably means you're part of a desirable route or those cookies, you gave them on national postal worker day, July first are really paying off. In addition to the long-term route adjustments that are made every few months or years. The postal service also makes short-term route fixes when letter carriers show up to work every morning. They look at the day's mail volume and make an estimate of how long it will take complete their assigned route. Maybe it's a snow day or a day after a government holiday. So the delivery volume is doubled. If they know it's going to take more than eight hours. They can either volunteer for overtime overtime sign ups are every three months or the supervisor can assign a portion of the route to other carriers for the day Renfro notes that though this may sound simple in practice. It can get complicated. Fast individual post offices in big cities, like New York, Los Angeles. Boston might have two hundred three hundred letter carriers to manage each with hundreds of changing customers to deliver to. Episode was written by Dave ruse and produced by Tyler clay, brain stuff is a production of iheart media's how stuff works the more on this. Lots of other topics that delivered. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com. And for more podcasts for my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by smart water twenty years ago. Smart water, reimagined, what water could be from thoughtful bottle designed to supporting smart people who are changing our world through fresh thinking. Like, you smart water has added electrolytes for taste and great tasting water helps you stay hydrated, feeling refreshed and ready to take on your day. Refresh yourself with smart water.

Brian Renfro United States Capital One America Steph Athens Trustee Lauryn Balk Sue Brennan Oklahoma Mississippi George Washington Renfer Renfrewshire Boston Apple New York Executive Vice President Georgia
"nine meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:37 min | 3 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Couple of years ago. What you can see here. It's the left upper part of the macphail of the opera Joe come from here and all the data that we collected point towards more than human. And I think most people agree with us Joel from alternate. This. This is home assay pin. This is our ancestor note or ancestor because our ancestors were in this second wave seventy thousand years ago. Exactly, this is two hundred thousand years. Absolutely. Is there any appreciable difference between this human, and you and me no, it would be more or less the same the teeth slightly larger but only slightly larger, but when it comes to shape morphology in size general size. And so on. It looks. Okay. So he had a replica of a jaw of modern human. He had it in a little plastic bag in his pocket. Yeah. Brought it up to the site within. But this is a human. But it's not our ancestors. What you have to realize that there were there were ongoing migration out of Africa. Infiltrating you're coming all the time. They thought. Two hundred fifty thousand years ago. The does all small migration out of Africa didn't make it. They reached the, Dan as in the hair is the dead end. They reached Israel, and then they stopped. They didn't contribute and genetically. They didn't contribute anything to modern population. Because all all the prison population of the world actually belong to one single migration coming out to Africa rough me around seventy thousand years ago. Okay. So the old idea that everyone exploded outs of Africa kind of is true. But we had ancestors he left Africa much longer ago, of course of years ago. But they've reached that ends they came to lovely places. Like this. You know, this is nice enough. We'll stop here. I can see why they stop. It's a great view. It's a beautiful. The nieces is interested in the technology that humans hat, and how that might have allowed us to travel. Do we know anything about that? That's why we had been with us the elk eulogised. What's meaning looking for being is looking at the artifacts that they would have left around like stone, tools and things like that. Flint. Very good the quality content from the sound of very high quality. Logical song. Very blatant kind of elegant. There was a change from this big chunky handbags that you would have held in this very small shop thing that you would have perhaps. On the end spear road this shows much more sophistication they're much senior in many of them are points. I mean that sounds like just a completely different kind of two different and much more advantages. If you want to hunt, we see it in abrupt change, actually these chance to this. And when did that change happen we see from one to another? So like two hundred fifty thousand years ago with the appearance of new human remain in this case. So we tied together say probably this stages revolution. In this case, we have a new population coming with the new technology. Jeff won't you were in the med. I took myself to see professor Chris stringer at the natural history museum in London. Now, you can hear the interview in the podcast version. But basically, he is an expert on early humans, and I wanted to know about America pretty big part of the world and when that goal settled, and he reckons it was between twenty five and fifteen thousand years ago again. Using a land bridge if the have been earlier ice ages. Why didn't they jump on one of those? We might not have had the technology earlier and this is seriously cold. So you need you need the technology to create warm clothing. So you don't freeze to death is funny hearing, you talk about clothes as technology, but I suppose back then this was just a brand new idea hold that thought, Jeff. Because just a reminder that you're listening to crowd science on the BBC World Service, and we're investigating human movement around the world trying to find the answer to Venecia's question. What was the last place? Humans made a home, right? Jeff. Let's have a recap we discovered that. Our species goes way back up to around five hundred thousand years ago in Africa. But for the vast majority of that time, we stayed in Africa. Right. But then about two hundred thousand years ago. Our species was flirting with the idea of leaving just I'd trickling out to the edge is areas like the Levant, which is kind of modern day, Israel, Jordan, Syria. The ancestors of everyone outside Africa can be traced back to a single group of people who left the continent about seventy thousand years ago, and those people very quickly. It seems found Asia, Australia and Europe and then about fifteen thousand years ago when sea levels were much lower. They settled in the Americas. They were still hunter gather as they still would have been essentially nomadic moving. Around following big game. So when did humans decide to start staying put well as luck would have it money when I was in Israel, honestly, about thirty meters down the hill and around the corner of this mountain. There was another archeological sites which dated to around fifteen one five thousand years ago so much much much more recent and they represent the first evidence apparently of people he started to settle down and kind of give up the hunter gatherer lifestyle. I'm ruin I am an archaeologist at the university of Haifa. And I started the first settled societies of the near east, which is what you see here. The very first stone construction ever built. Okay. Both fifteen thousand years ago. People started lining up, these stones to form walls. So those were going like that at least nine meters in diameter enclosing immoral leveled area that assumes that there was some level of reliable food stock, otherwise, why would you bother going to the effort of building either that or they made the food stocks more reliable? I would you make the more reliable, you kind of abandoned the hunting of these louds tasty, you know, veer and other Angola. And you start dropping refined. What we find lots of Freeman's of mostly Flint and animal bones. Showing that they consume lots of meals animal meals, of course, meats and fats inside these various basis. Okay. And usually did not bother to clean them later. I love this. Because you know, you've got these the first sorts of human sets the supposed to be, you know, the pinnacle of human civilization, and yet they're just throwing that bodes on the floor in the finished dinner. So they haven't invented the been yet know exactly it does it does a wonderful excuse of living like a slob. So after the hundreds of thousands of years of hunter gatherer existence here in other places in the politic world this people living in these little pit houses. There are the first people to start capturing systematically, and including the diet in a regular fashion. Low thoroughfare, no mallrats in budgets, and snakes and Faulk says Sarah's does this birds. So we have this huge piles of all these small animals usually butchered cuts burns. So that's how we know people were eating them. They were adjusting themselves their economy society to intensively moten for the moment, basically eating everything that ever crawled around known the other would ever touch more to it. But they were doing it in this area. I mean, there's there's evidence that those this second wave of human movement. They would have still been what living in the caves natural environments like that. Whereas this represents this you say fifteen thousand years ago, this is like a real shift to making your own dwelling. So the world was quite empty where this people started settling down. If you want to understand these biggest evolution of them. All the farming to understand where it came from it came from this little hamlets once these people already more or less identified, okay? Sitting permanently in these small hamlets. They invented the head lots of innovations on how to stay together when the hotter. Sort of living because the easiest solution up until now in human. Evolution would have been to just go else. The ultimate in innovations that they made was agriculture. But then people really start moving out and win a bunch of farming groups with technology and Renault beasts of burden. And other domestic animals in the crops was they move out. Dan, stoppable if you're hunter-gatherer, and if you know, if they encounter farmers with maybe less people less sophisticated technology, then you know, the classes today. Clashes, and we can blame the farmers so ten thousand years ago, we started to see this exciting new trend called farming popping up all over the world. Jeff do we know why our ancestors decided to stop moving about and and start farming. I could speculate wildly. I think we should. Okay. I think we should speculate. Wildly boredom. Laziness Sese nece, possibly nice Seve us in caves like the ones that have been. I mean, it sounded good. Why would you move? Exactly. Troubles getting visas. And for the purposes of our program, what we need to know is that there was this shift to a farming lifestyle and that put added pressure on the population because it was quite successful. And it's more of us on top of that it meant that we could build up a food resource and take that food resource with us when we chose to move to a new space. So I've been searching for the last places we reached is a species, I think we're really closing in on an answer. Professor, Lisa Madison. Smith is an expert in Polynesian, people inhabitants of those many islands, scattered off the east coast of Australia. And she suggests that the reason people started moving through the islands of the Pacific toll may have something to do with farming. Like what happened with the Neolithic revolution in the near east where agriculture and domestication of wheat and barley cost population increase the same thing was happening in East Asia. With rice agriculture six thousand years ago, causing a population increase, the perhaps is what started the expansion of Austronesian speaking people through islands southeast Asia. And ultimately to the arrival of lupita people in the Pacific region. They arrived in the Bismarck archipelago about three and a half thousand years ago in the grand scheme of things. We're now in the very recent past the Pacific islands were settled by people within the last three thousand years, but New Zealand was the last of these you're speaking to us from roughly the other side of the world. So we're in London at the moment. Whereabouts. Are you I'm in Dunedin in on the South Island of New Zealand, and I have maybe a loaded question for you. What was the last place that humans Gotti? It depends on what you mean by got to New Zealand was the last major landmass that was settled. Or or permanently occupied by humans only about seven hundred and fifty years ago in terms of permanent documentation, when you think about what was going on elsewhere around the world that has very very recent was the some sort of advancement in technology. I'm wondering about what kind of tech they had allowed them to get to New Zealand all of the evidence that we have suggests that Polynesian sailing technology was was highly advanced people were able to sail into the wind people were able to navigate people moved eastwards through the voyaging corridor. And we think that the process of exploration was designed to be relatively safe process so sailing into the wind, but the return voyage is home to go back to safety as always with the wind. So it's a it's a systematic process and a very strategic process of. Scanning the Pacific along that voyaging corridor and identifying the islands when you find an island, then you can go home, and you can take your your colonists back. So you reckon that's how New Zealand was colonized. It was it was pioneers finding it first. And then coming back and going. Hey, guys, look what I found. Yeah. I think it was explorers or pioneers, finding it at returning sailing north and south is much more unpredictable process than sailing within that trade when corridor that that Pacific peoples were sailing for three thousand years, I think they would have been aware that that that there was a land mass to the south when I got here for the first time, it's a huge landmass from my perspective with giant flightless birds wandering around and see mammals completely naive to to human or to any predation, really. And you mentioned canoes and to me canoe is quite a small vessel. Yeah. I guess. Yeah. When people think canoe, they think small river type canoes, the canoes would have been large enough to transport as many as one hundred people we would suggest with all of the plants and animals that they were bringing to establish on these new islands. Yeah. They they were they were in a sense, I suppose catamaran's the wasn't people just sitting inside a single canoe. But that they were platforms with structures built on them that were sailing. How long was the journey. Do you reckon? We are beginning to get an idea these are voyages of of several weeks, but it it really depends on the season and the sailing conditions. This is the end of our story just seven hundred and fifty years ago when Pacific people develop massive, double hulled, sailing canoes and made home in the southerly landmass of New Zealand's taking everything they needed with them. And they did so incredibly recently compared to the other dates that we've heard in this program feels like yesterday. It's so recent in fact, that there are still oral traditions talking about those catamarans in Mary culture. Now cramped science has a podcast is I'm sure everyone listening knows and on it I speak to marry women who lives in London. And she explains the importance of these can canoes in this song. Oh, yeah. This is Kiwi. Marshall. Terra firma too. Doc, ID new Tacoma Khuda, all the. Okay. Well, this has been brilliant..

New Zealand Africa London Jeff Israel Flint Dan Americas professor Australia Joel Joe university of Haifa BBC Angola East Asia Asia Pacific elk eulogised
"nine meters" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I have one kid who comes any brings his own cupcake his mom makes him a special cupcake and even makes him like a special hamburger, and he can eat what the rest of the Kizzie because he's so allergic to things to life as a kid, and you're treated special, you're different than the other kids. It's got to be a Downer. Greg. Are you still there do? We gotta go. We got going. What are you? What is wrong with him? I remember one time we came this is years ago. We're like, oh my gosh. There was a peanut allergy someone on the plane had to get off the plane because he appearance in scares people are just so over blowing everything these day. Things. People people have peanut allergies. When I was a kid. Yes. They did. They just people thought like you. And that's why. But now you can't even give us on an airplane. That was scary. Who said they didn't have peanut allergies. When I was a kid for the record. I don't know even for snack in school. You can't bring anything. And then there's a, you know, there's the non peanut table in the cafeteria everything I would happily eliminate peanuts for my day just to keep someone alive. No problem later. That's only a shrimp crab and lobster when I'm not around. Yeah. Alex. I don't want to be near him. And I had to turn down shrimp shrimp today. That's a good way. Not go near him though. If you having a fight eat, lots of shrimp. Cooking selfish over my kryptonite. Let's get into the headlines Gandhi. What is going on right now? All right. Jay Z in meek mill they're going to team up with the owner of the seventy Sixers for some prison reform. If you remember he was pretty instrumental in helping meek mill get out after he was sentenced to jail after violating decades old probation probation violation. So they say that these rules are unfair. They wanna team up together to work on it. There's a new question on the twenty twenty census. Have you heard about this causing some controversy? So apparently back in the fifties. They had a question are you a US citizen? They take it. They took it off the census. And now they want to add it back, which the people who are criticizing at are saying you're going to cause inaccurate reporting because people are going to get very nervous about how they answer this question. Skewing the results. So we'll see if that ends up sticking, obviously, we talked about this a little bit before the military. It's been thirty months since transgendered troops were allowed to serve. But the supreme court just voted five four to reinstate that. Dan. It is not a done deal yet is still being held up in the courts, but it could affect to fifteen thousand troops. So they've been serving. And now they're saying no the ban is back in a fight, which would affectively end some careers a lot of careers for these people who have been serving us operations at Newark liberty airport back to normal after there was a drone sighting yesterday. They call it a drone scare because we're not one hundred percent sure that that's what it was. But different air traffic controller said that they saw objects as close to nine meters away from planes. So they grounded all the traffic out of there yesterday. That's not good. We're trying to keep the ducks away. Yes. And they say that if they're spotted a drone owner to get fined one hundred thirty dollars right there on the site. Should be one hundred thirty billion dollars should be playing gets cancelled. Because you're flying the airplane goes down because of a drunk that would be Daniel own a flight from Newark to Fort Lauderdale. We heard this birds in the smell of cooking chicken in this in the on the plane sick ducks had gone into geese actually had gone into the the engine. They had a turn it around. Slowly, we're like the bummer, and it was what a week later solely landed the plane Hudson river after geese hit two of his engines getting reckless unrelated really quickly when I was walking home yesterday from dinner. I was with the other guests who we were with. And we heard this loud explosion in the middle of the street. There was a bright flash of light. We have no idea what it was. But there were two guys standing on the corner with us. They were like oh time to go home. It was very very weird. And finally, we talk..

Sixers Greg ducks Newark liberty airport probation violation Hudson river US Jay Z Alex Dan Daniel Fort Lauderdale Newark mill one hundred thirty billion dol one hundred thirty dollars one hundred percent thirty months nine meters
"nine meters" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"nine meters" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Won't being furloughed here. New York City, you get Broadway tickets with saying that makes it any better. Yeah. And they're saying that food kitchens are getting overwhelmed right now in a lot of restaurants are opening their doors to help out. So again, just Google where you are in your area, and what's going on their teachers in Denver overwhelmingly approving to strike. They voted over ninety percent in favor of the strike. It should start as soon as Monday if it actually goes down operations at Newark liberty airport back to normal after yesterday. There was a little bit of a scare people thought that they cited drones in the air as close to nine meters away from a plane. That's insane. Now, we haven't had confirmation that they were forced shore drones, but two different air traffic controller said that they did see these things so a lot of flights grounded. But it's up and running now knowing Newark airport how plane rarely take ever. Actually sold an airplane in the air. Took off it is truly the most delayed airport in America. Really haven't That had problem that problem yachts yet. crossing my fingers. And if you missed the super blood wolf moon, did you go see that over the gut? It was beautiful humongous. Apparently the moon got hit by a meteor during that super super moon. Yes. Some people saw a little flash wonder what happened and as they went back and looked at the photos. It actually got hit during that little observing period. Maybe it was a drone. Oh boy. They're everywhere. Who does the phone today scaring to a way back Wednesday? It's coming up next. You can see what you're hearing following the morning show on Instagram. Search kill this Durant show. Now, this Elvis Duran in the morning show. Ever lay in bed exhausted after a busy day, but you can't fall asleep. Well that recently happened to me. So I tried new free Z qual pure Z's melatonin Gumy's to help me fall asleep naturally, and let me tell you..

Newark liberty airport New York City Elvis Duran Google melatonin America Durant Denver ninety percent nine meters
Do Footballs Fly Farther in Denver?

BrainStuff

05:19 min | 3 years ago

Do Footballs Fly Farther in Denver?

"Imagine a fine afternoon in Denver the mile high city behind quarterback Peyton Manning's explosive offensive. The Denver Broncos have amassed attended to record today. They're hosting the Tennessee titans squad. That's lost three of its past four games. The titans. Have put up a good fight over the first half hour of game. Play three seconds before. Halftime. The score is Tennessee Twenty-one Denver seventeen. And her Broncos kicker. Matt Prater trotting out to the Denver forty six yard line. He readies himself for the play of his life. A mighty kick. Sends the ball soaring end over end across the field as a nervous crowd holds its breath. And then the place erupts with ease the ball sails through the yellow crossbar in Tennessee's endzone. It's a longest completed field goal in NFL history. A perfectly made sixty four yard drill. A for metric friends. That's about fifty eight meters perhaps emboldened by prayers heroics. The Broncos go on to crush the titans of the second half, thus clinching a playoff berth. The game. I just described took place on December eighth twenty thirteen today. Prater sixty four yards still holds the all-time distance record. Although his accomplishment has never been bested. Jaw-dropping football kicks are nothing. New in the rocky mountains. Three of the five longest field goals that the NFL has ever seen were made in Denver's mile high stadium. Broncos great Jason Elam nailed a sixty three yarder there in one thousand nine hundred eight a feat that was matched by Sebastian Janikowski when his Oakland Raiders came to town thirteen years later, but to hear some sports fans tell it those three kicks should have Asterix attached the official elevation of Colorado's capital is exactly one mile. That's one thousand six hundred nine meters above sea level. No other NFL cities. It's anywhere close to that. Altitude of the runner up is Glendale Arizona, which is just one thousand feet or three hundred meters. Above sea level Denver's elevation does affect the sporting events up there when football's kicked Broncos home game. It's apt to cover more distance than it would in lower elev-. Nations. And this doesn't just affect three point field goals. Kickoffs tend to go farther as well. There's a book called football physics. The science of the game by one university of Nebraska, professor Timothy gay for it. He ran the numbers on eight different teams from cities that sit more or less at sea level like the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots that played at least one road game in Denver during the two thousand one or two thousand two seasons. He found that in those two years the visiting kickers from low elevation towns. Enjoyed some great numbers when they went to Denver up in Colorado. There kickoffs traveled seventy point one yards. That's sixty four meters on average back in their respective home fields. The average kickoff distance dropped by seven point three yards. That's six point six meters to understand those numbers will need to talk about air density pretend as I'm sure you want to that you have a jet pack, if you were to take off at sea level and travel through earth's atmosphere in a straight line up the density of the air around you would get lower as your altitude. Creased? This is due to a universal law as the distance between two objects grows the gravitational pull they exert on each other lessons and air molecules are not exempt the pole of earth's gravity is more strongly felt by molecules that are closer to the planet's center at or below sea level, gravitational attraction pacts the molecules tightly together and the weight of the molecules sitting higher up in the atmosphere really bears down on the ones occupying low elevations in consequence the air, it self grows, denser, the closer you get to the surface way up in the mile high city, the Air's only about eighty two percent as dense as it is at sea level a ball kicked skyward in Denver will therefore encounter fewer air molecules than it would in Miami. That's important to note because air molecules create drag drag is a force that pushes against solid bodies as they travel through fluids or gases, a punted or kicked football will run headlong into a steady barrage of air molecules their combined drag will slow it down sometimes dramatic. Early. But remember in ludens, the air molecules are fewer and farther between therefore football's can and often do encounter less drag in Denver Denver's altitude impacts baseball as well. A physicist and Red Sox fan. Alan Nathan reports that fly balls at chorus field. Go proximity five percent farther than they do at Fenway park in Boston yet kicking on the Broncos home turf won't guarantee success for kickers or punters altitude reduces air density, and by extension drag but cold weather increases it and boy can Colorado get chilly. A twenty eleven survey of NFL statistical records found that in outdoor games. Played at temperatures of thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit, that's four degrees celsius or lower field goal. Accuracy drops by one point seven percent while the average partly is about one yard shorter than normal. These findings hold true throughout the league. So it's to Matt Prater credit that his record-breaking field goals split the uprights from sixty four yards out. Even though Denver. It's temperature had fallen. Just fourteen degrees Fahrenheit that's negative ten celsius at the time. Whatever the weather kicking specialists need to be on guard against complacency Denver's reputation as the mecca of ultra-long field goals is well established across the league. According to players that mile high mystique can trick visiting kickers into overestimating their abilities. We could say that when in doubt always air on the side of

Denver Broncos Denver Broncos Matt Prater Football NFL Colorado Tennessee Titans Squad Titans Peyton Manning Tennessee Glendale Alan Nathan Jason Elam Miami Dolphins Sebastian Janikowski Fenway Park Oakland Raiders Arizona
Chinese spacecraft makes first-ever landing on far side of the moon

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Chinese spacecraft makes first-ever landing on far side of the moon

"Gill has gone into hiding with his wife. The pair thought to have left the embassy in Rome in November does days before the end of the embassador posting their reported to be seeking asylum. The technology giant apple is blamed the economic slowdown in China for big drop in its sales. Forecasts in response. Apple shares dropped sharply. And after I was trading on Wall Street rotary. Kathleen Jones reports it's highly unusual for apple to say anything about its finances between quarterly results, so Tim Cook's letter to investors came as a bombshell. He warned them to expect revenue for the current quarter to be five billion dollars lower than predicted ascribing. Most of the problem to a slowdown in the Chinese economy exacerbated by the current trade tensions between China and the United States. But he's also clear that there are wider problems with the iphone high prices and a sense that the latest models of only marginal improvements have made consumers everywhere reluctant to upgrade officials in the south Indian state of Kerala say at least two hundred people including dozens of police officers have been injured in clashes conservative Hindu groups leading day of St.. Protests. They're angry that to women and to the well known temple sub Ramallah on Wednesday, ending a longstanding ban and women menstruating age. Here's is science Asia editor Jill mcgivering is called a general shutdown many shops and businesses are closed and transport services are at a standstill violence broke out as demonstrators clashed with police and buildings and vehicles were found allies d- on the surface. This is a religious dispute. Women want to exercise their legal right to worship at the Sabbath mala temple conservatives opposed them. But it's also political activists from the pro Hindu BJP blame the state's left-wing leaders for supporting the women and India faces general elections in a few months time world news from the BBC deadlock continues in Washington after discussions between President Trump and leaders of congress failed to resolve the budget dispute that's caused a partial government shutdown on Thursday. The Democrats take control of the house of representatives. They've promised to pass their own budget proposals. Excluding the president's key demand for funding to build a border wall with Mexico. More bodies have been recovered from the rubble of a Russian apartment block collapsed and Monday, bringing the number of confirmed down to thirty seven a suspected gas explosion demolish part of the ten to building. And the euro city of magnitude. Tsk? British police are questioning two men suspected of arranging the illegal movement of migrants across the channel the British government is blamed criminal gangs for recent surge in arrivals, and is questioned whether the migrants genuine asylum-seekers, Ben Ondo reports the national crime agency said the two people arrested in Manchester were thirty three year old from Iran and a British man aged twenty four since the start of November nearly two hundred and fifty people have reached the UK by boat though. None of been reported in the last forty eight hours. The home secretary subject Javid has described it as a major incident. He's now reported to have written to the Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson asking the Royal Navy to provide a patrol vessel. In a statement. The ministry of defence said it was ready to help out a yard has turned up off southern Australia nearly nine years after being abandoned storm by teenage American round the world sailor Abby Sunderland was just sixteen when she sat CEO from California and twenty two. Ten to try to become the youngest past never to circumnavigate the globe. Singlehanded? She had to give up her attempt. Five months later when yachts mast snapped in nine meter high waves epi said that seeing the vessel reappear after so long at brought back many memories. Good not so good BBC news. You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service. I'm Neil Rozelle. Started as a pinprick of light. Just another star in the firmament over months, the group, brighter becoming more and more distinct. Grew a tail like a comment, and then it grew larger and brighter still. Could be seen by day. Finally, it lit up the sky in a brilliant molten moment. And then. Darkness life on earth would never be the same. That happened sixty six million years ago, an asteroid more than ten kilometers wide slammed into earth starting a mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs. The same thing happening now. But this time the asteroid is us. So today, we're asking are we heading for another mass extinction. Hot one fog Magadan. A lot of people. Find them creepy. Our first

Apple Tim Cook Abby Sunderland China Rome Sabbath Mala Temple Javid Ramallah Gill Kathleen Jones Bbc World Service BBC British Police President Trump Gavin Williamson Secretary Jill Mcgivering Neil Rozelle