21 Burst results for "Ometer"
"ometer" Discussed on KTOK
"Fox News and Amazon. Alexa, a man accused of shooting at people in the year Yellowstone National Park last week and remains jailed on multiple charges. 47 year old Brian Jones marks his accused of stealing a cell phone and shooting at a group of people after an argument over noise levels last weekend near Yellowstone National Park. The incident drawing law enforcement from across the region. Marx, who turned himself in on Monday, now faces a felony charge of robbery and three other counts of assault with a weapon. No plea. Yet, though, marks his attorney, saying that he was there to work during this summer, and that he's been honorably discharged from the Marine Corps marks his bail is set at $50,000. Jeff Man, Also Fox News, a small group of alright demonstrators traded paint balls and pepper spray with counter protesters in Portland, Oregon. About 30 people were participating in the rally. Several were armed with automatic weapons. The exchange escalated when one group blocked the exit of the garage where members from the other group had part More layoffs are coming for Rolls Royce is plant in central Virginia. The British company is closing its aircraft parts factory in Prince George County, southeast abridgement. Rolls Royce confirmed in a statement that 280 people will lose their jobs by the middle of next year 120 already lost their jobs in June. Company spokesperson done, Campbell says the Koven 19 pandemic is the main catalyst behind the decision. He says it's caused a collapse in the civil aviation business, which will take years to recover from the factory just opened in 2011. And it makes precision aircraft components such as rotating disks and turbine blades. Rob Dawson fax near swimmers at New York beaches are ordered out of the water. After more than a dozen shark sightings. Several long Island beaches are closed. Warmer waters appear to be attracting the sharks. Ometer Jordan, and this is Fox News. Here We are winding up the second half of our weekend on the Sunday and temperatures.
"ometer" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"He lost his best friend, Ometer Jordan. Fox News president Trump releasing a statement late Saturday announcing the death of his younger brother, Robert Trump was the youngest of the president's siblings. Born in August 1948 like his brother, Robert Trump, joined the family business and became a top executive with the company. Handling real estate investments. But in marked contrast to the man who would become President Robert kept a low profile his passion for family privacy on DH. His support for his brother's presidency were obvious recently when he tried to stop the publication of Mary Trumps Tell all book about the Trump family. Fox's Jonathan Hunt. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is considering ending recess early to address Postal service funding, President Trump said Saturday. It's because of the Democrats that the post office can't handle massive mail in voting. They want a trillion dollars to bail out states just so you understand what they want. They want a trillion dollars to bail out badly run Democrat run states, Okay? That's what they want. They're not giving the money to the post office. Many Democrats disputing that claim. President Trump says he'll consider $25 billion in additional funding for the Postal Service if the Democrats agree to some of his covert 19 relief measures. Another night of protests in Portland, Oregon, peaceful demonstrators against police brutality marching in what's become a nightly ritual, but earlier, a small all right group traded paint balls and pepper spray with counter protesters. California's utilities air, bringing back power to thousands of customers across the state after a brief outage, rolling blackouts were ordered blamed on what power officials say was the failure of a power plant and a loss of wind power. America is listening.
Europe's coronavirus resurgence: Are countries ready to prevent a 'second wave'?
"According to the UK Daily Mail. Second wave is striking EUROPE, Spain reintroduces lock down Greece's He's worrying rising cases. The virus is more active in Germany amid warnings friends could quote lose control at any moment. According to the UK Daily Mail. A second wave of covert 19 appears to be striking Europe, forcing Spain to reimpose lockdowns in case is speaking to a three month high in Greece. Head of Germany's doctors union has declared the country is already in the midst of the second wave because people have flouted social distancing rules. Well, this is perfectly predictable. You can't people keep people locked down forever. For literally years in time. It's not a thing that you could dio instead, you're going to have to at some point allow people who are young and healthy to go out there, and if they get it, they get it. That is fact what Sweden is doing in Sweden, which remember until five minutes ago was the bad guy. Sweden has basically flattened her. It looks like Sweden may have reached her immunity is what it actually looks like. Meanwhile, in other countries, they got a problem. In fact it it seems pretty obvious what's happening here. Italy has not seen a second object. Why hasn't Italy Tina? Second uptick because they got nailed. Basically, here's the rule If it burned three population maybe you're done. It is not burned through your population. You probably are not done. Spain's 8500 cases over the weekend and all inclusive resort in Majorca was shut down. Two towns north of Madrid has been put under strict lock down as well. Finland today announced plans to reintroduce recommendations to work from home whenever possible. By August 1st, Finland's cases had risen by more than 300% in two weeks. That run understands us that governor of Florida can't believe. Also governor of Finland Donald Trump, obviously blowing it over in Finland is blowing it over in France as well. Authorities in France grappling with a sharp increase in fresh cases, which has seen more than 7002 infections within the last week. As well as a rise in the number of people being treated for covert 19 in the I C U Around 1200 cases are being reported for day. Two weeks ago, he rolling average with 719. Meanwhile, in Germany, they're seeing an uptick as well. Some 730 cases have been reported each day on average this week against the 460 being recorded her day about two weeks ago. So the second wave is, in fact hitting Europe. It really is kind of the first wife. It really is more the 1st 1 because the first wave Basically just got a little bit squished. And delayed Basically, everything just got delayed. Meanwhile, Sweden seems to be coming out the other end of this. According to Newsweek. As of Sunday, the latest death rate in Sweden for 100,000 people was reported to be 56.4 figure is lower than that reported in the U. K 69.6, Spain 16.8 and Italy, according to the latest report Sunday by Johns Hopkins University. The UK currently has the world's 4th 4th highest death toll Spain in Italy, where the former to European countries hit worse by the outbreak. Sweden's latest case fatality ratio proportion of deaths compared total cases was reported to be about 7.1% and figure is more than half the percentage reported in the UK, half that of Italy in Belgium and nearly half that of France. The reason being that a lot of young people are getting it in Sweden, and he's burned through some of the young population and now they're basically done. Sweden's 70 rolling average daily new cases has been mostly declining since as far back as April 16th when the average was in 99. The average dropped it to two average daily new deaths on August 2nd, according to world Ometer. New infections for 100,000 people in Sweden reported in the past 14 days has dropped from 46% compared to that reported in the 14 days prior. Meanwhile, Spain, France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, each spiking between 58 206% in new cases. New cases in Denmark, Norway and Finland. All the other places that supposedly handled it better than Sweden have also seen. Their percentage is increasing at around three times the percent drop in new cases scene in Sweden in the past two weeks. So what That sort of says is, it looks like Sweden. Maybe this thing it may look like it's over in Sweden. Under technologies epidemiologist, Sweden's Public health agency. What we've cut down on movement in society quite a lot, if compared how much we travel in Scandinavian countries. The decrease in travel is the same in Sweden, as in the neighboring countries. In many ways, the voluntary measures we've put in place in Sweden have been just as effective as complete lock down in other countries. In other words, when you tell people don't travel, all that much people take it pretty seriously. The point here is that for all the talk about how we know how to handle this, and we just have to shut everything down, Lock down this lock down there. Sweden and locked down and may be the smartest of all sweet may be the smartest of all.
"ometer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I. This is sidebar. Nicola, Georgia Rae Show back in the house. We're back for the attack, and it seems like it's an attack. I mean, it seems like I'm saying the same stuff every week in the sense of man. There's so much to talk about, man. There's so much that we said that last week, you said, shoot him. And who knows what's gonna happen this week? The thing that kills when it gets all the topics last week, I know, but the thing that kills me is we keep talking about the same topics. But they keep getting more detailed, failed and they change daily and George, You were texting earlier that you were going to go to the beach on Monday, and I just got back and saw these giant piles of sand that they're putting on the entrances so no one could get in. He is going to touch on some of our consul fame, George. I mean, let's talk about what you don't mind. Georgia let him say, But George is gonna leave Monday with his family to do a vacation that I mean he deserves. And he's working. And so they go to South Padre. That's right. And he takes you to this morning that we put you in on the text like I'm not going anywhere. I'm here next week. Is that what happened Just yesterday You were going what's right and what happened. Well, you know, I try to monitor the news on this covert hysteria on a daily basis that seems to change on the basis of people appear to be getting more more unhinged in particular or government officials. And the policy down there is that you cannot be on the beach. Um without a mask so you could be in the water. You can't be on the beach without a mass. So imagine for a moment. A family of six sitting there isolated from literally the world's nations can goes with a mask on your face. Your name thing We don't want lesbians Spain against our religion. But go bad in my mind by the House last night is that it is absolutely ludicrous. It doesn't make sense that an enormous amount of money to go down beyond the beach. And you've got With that salty breeze blowing in your face saving suit on yesterday at a meeting in Austin's body might want with me, so we stopped donated a, You know, restaurant. Salad restaurant, and so just think about the insanity of this stupid crap. So you're in line waiting to order you have to wear a mask as soon as one foot over two feet over three feet over because it wasn't six. And you're sitting at your table and you can take your mask off. The virus knows we're not yet you will not to get you at the table. There's a force field. I mean, if somebody would just stop if people please people stop Critically think that mean spar with ideas in your mind? Just spark or just how about this? Ask questions. How is it logically consistent and make any sense. You go to a beach. This huge ass beach where there's open air and their son that used to kill the virus by that used to come. Maybe salt water. I think it was alcohol. They changed the story. The experts are really experts, in my opinion, my opinion, but you wear a mask on the beach that nobody wears a mask, right? If you go to the WHO website If you go to the CDC website, and you look how they advise putting on that Georges in detail, talked about working in pharmaceuticals because he was a chemist. And how they put mass alone. I've talked to my surgeon friends, how they put Massa and surgical mask or for bacteria, by the way, not viruses because they have open wounds in front of them. They're not for viruses and FYI But nobody wears mask correctly. They take the damn things off. They put their hands on the inside. They touch their phone. They pick up their forks. They touch the deaths or the table over there at they touch the knobs and wherever they're at in the stores. And they put the mask back on the field. That's exactly right. The process of putting on personal protective equipment in a pharmaceutical environment is pretty involved. You don't just throw sock on your face and say I'm good. I mean, you need to go through a stepwise process to ensure that in fact, you've isolated yourself from an infectious environment. Of course, we're not doing that viral molecules range anywhere. I mean, you looked this up on the average around 120 anatomy eaters. 120 times 10 to the negative ninth. What does that mean? Your trail? Really? Very, very, very, very small. Okay, so I mean, they'll fly right through these things. They're certainly going to fly through a cloth mask. They will. I just have a simple question. Anybody listening in who thinks that we're just making light of the situation? I'm waiting for the CDC to reconcile what they're actually saying in public. And with their own journal of Emerging Infectious Diseases Peer Review Journal is saying about how completely ineffective mask wearing is 26 in March. Volume 26 number 5 May 20th. Of the here. They reported in a Pure review journal that the non pharmaceutical administration of masks is completely Innocuous. It is not effective. So how can they reconcile what they're saying? In public with with their own pure of you? Science is saying Not only that, Not only that, but have you informed Syrians Thiss. Have you experienced that one? You know what? I have the mask and I'm like Let me see my wife. But this is a joke. I'll buy you one winter break February. Everywhere you turn 21 I think it'll be away by then. So so so much. My wife sound this This art this advertisement I said, if you really seriously think your tool is a term of endearment in Spanish, just, you know, I mean these mass. I can't breathe or whatever. And then you're breathing out your own waste. I mean, in your in your breath, and the mask is a bacteria, Travis what It is, And so it's a stupid as little visor were a plat. A little see through plastic. The screen comes down our little whatever covering kind of like the stores and it's completely open at the bottom when she and other people wear this thing, by the way, And when you were that in a place nobody even bats an eye at you. They're okay with that. Oh, my God. I mean, nobody explained next purchase. That's my next. I really I cannot breathe. Freeze so hard. I'm breathing in and out in and out with that mask, and I'm like I feel dizzy on And I'm sure that the breath that I am taking in and blowing out is much stronger than the one that I would have. If not wearing a mask. A rhetorical question You saw organized text earlier? Yes. So last year, do you remember how many people passed away from tuberculosis? No. But you guys were set telling me about that 1.5 million worldwide. Okay, so and worldwide George, how many people have passed away from covert, or at least with Over of covert. We don't even know as of now, I think if you go on world Ometer is it's somewhere around 600,000. Okay, so less than half of what people passed knowingly TB Last year, there was no world pandemic. There was no world shut down. People weren't becoming the mass Nazis. Nobody was doing anything. People's liberties weren't infringed on. You couldn't even think about it. So in you and was it in California, you can long as you can protest with 100 people are less You can't go to church.
Can people ID infectious disease by cough and sneeze sounds?
"This is scientific Americans. Sixty seconds science I'm Karen Hopkins. The supermarket trying to choose a right tomato when behind you, you hear. If you're like most people, you probably hold your breath. Tighten your mask an hope. You don't catch whatever patient zero is spraying all over the fresh produce, and if you're like most people chances are you're overreacting? Because a new study shows that we're not very skilled when it comes to diagnosing infectiousness based on the sound of a cough or sneeze. The work is in the proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences. Previous studies have shown that folks can tell when someone's sick based on how they look, or in some cases how they smell, so it's only natural to wonder whether the same would hold true for an assessment with our ears, so researchers asked volunteers to listen to audio clips of people, hacking and sneezing half of the cost and sneezes were produced by people with an infectious illness like flu or the common cold in. In half were produced by benign causes like eating too much cinnamon, all at once or sticking q tip of their noses Nicholas lack a Grad student in social psychology at the University of Michigan. We clipped these sounds from youtube videos in which people told their audience that they were sick. Many reported having been diagnosed by medical professional. All this said we could not directly confirm whether people in our sound clips were infectious. Infectious or not, and what he found across four studies of over six hundred participants in total on average people guest, four out of ten sounds correctly, which is consistent with random guessing in other words, they weren't very good at judging whether the sounds were infected, but being bad judges didn't dampen their confidence when asked how sure they were about their guesses on a scale of one to nine participants reported an average certainty. Certainty of seven, interestingly, we didn't find any evidence that people who were more certain about their guesses were any more or less likely to guess correctly, so what made them so sure that certain sounds warped sure signs of disease well, the cities they figured made noises that seemed the most gross, the more disgusting. They perceived a sound, the more likely they were to judge it infectious, even if the sound wasn't infectious, so. Might be deemed more contagious than. Depending on your own personal nasty ometer, all that's to say even if it seems like you can tell whether a cough or sneeze is infectious based on how disgusting it sound that feeling has the potential to mislead you in other words. You can't judge a book by its cover.
Big Telescope Controversy in Hawaii
"We're going to talk about the controversy and really what's going on in Hawaii. The local voices that we've had a chance to talk to the concerns of the astronomers the science they WanNa do and maybe even some of the alternative places that that that might be chosen if it looks like. It's not GonNa work here in Hawaii and even what the future holds when the lease runs out right for the the existing observatories that are on Monica. So so where do you WanNa start so so to just review some of the history here back in nineteen sixties there. There was a lease arranged with the Hawaiian Department of land resources that would allow the University of Hawaii too. Well have have access to Monica a sacred mountain to the Hawaiian people at a cost of just one dollar per year and there were caveats to this. There could only be a certain small number of telescopes put up there. The indigenous peoples would need to be able to continue to have access to their sights on the mountain. This is a place as for people go to hunt to worship to well be part of this land that is so much a part of the Hawaiian culture culture and religious system now over the years different things have come to a head as astronomy has found ways to if you follow the letter of the law without following the spirit of the law so for instance Keck one into is counted as well one of those observatories even though it's two giant it multimedia telescopes act is one together right for ometer. Yeah sometimes sometimes if they need to do separate telescopes looking at separate objects yeah and and at the same time that this problem with the astronomers following the letter of the law but not the spirit of the law has been taking place. There's also been a change. In the local culture culture back in the eighteen hundreds the Hawaiian monarchy was overrun in the spirit of capitalism to allow essentially the white people who've been buying land to better well enrich themselves. Yeah teen control over the island. Yeah when he said Yeah and and and so I mean I think there are more than one hundred years of grievances just in general that that are have bubbled up in all kinds of places across Hawaii and and what's happening with the astronomers is just one example of this general region frustration about how first nations peoples have been treated needed. I mean really. I mean not just here in Hawaii but we have the same situation in Canada. There's a there's there's unresolved land disputes. That are happening in Canada Dan. I know what's happening in Australia. And and wherever you've got a first nations people who've been displaced you've got this pent up rage and frustration. That is looking for any of hot button issue to try and bring it up back again and and this is a great example again of of what what is perceived as a very large telescope being put in a very Sacred spot on the mountain. But it's just another example of people who aren't islanders making decisions coming here deciding what they wanna do and try and just steamrolling ahead until they get what they want and this. This is a case. Where at this moment when we're looking to build the thirty meter telescope telescope? It's that same moment in history when there is a resurgence of bringing back the Hawaiian language going back and recognizing that until the eighteen nineties that sovereign nation that was here they had a rich culture a rich international trading system. There are newspapers recordings. Is that allow that culture to be seen and brought back and these people that want to bring back their culture they also want to bring back their mountain as being there mountain and so you have a conflict of these strong reserves. But it's our mountain now astronomy. I don't care about your religion and these are the problems that we faced is over the past decade or so a large number of scientists have unfortunately put forward arguments along the lines of but my science. This is more important than your culture. And there's been a lack of listening and people have been litigating instead of building relationships and from a scientific standpoint. There's no question. Monica is without a doubt the finest place to put a telescope in the Northern Hemisphere. It is the tallest clearest most accessible mountain with some of the clearest views from the top of the of the summit. There's no question that it is that is really premior place to put a telescope. That's add it has other other purposes as well so we'll looks talk a bit about sort of what we understand the with the controversy of course with the new thirty meter telescope. That's coming in so let's talk a bit about sort of what the plans are to to. What mitigations they've already put in place for the thirty meter telescope nope to try to sort of understand? 'CAUSE 'cause I mean. My perspective has definitely been that that although they are still moving forward they are still getting sort of taking the court's judgement on on this they did try to work more closely in concert with local locals in the placement in the environmental concerns. And things like that. And so what we've been hearing at this conference. Is that in the day right after Christmas. It's a new accord was found where they were able to to get one of the tents that had been put up by protesters moved so that there is easier access us to the mountain. They have started to actually build. Well these starts a new relationship and this has been a recurring theme throughout the week. Where speaker after after speaker both from the indigenous peoples and from the strong community have been saying we made a mistake? We did not start from a place of building a relationship ship. Some of the arguments have been kind of week one of the things that was brought up. But Hey we're doing all of this education in the local schools but then when pressed. They admitted that those are the schools that astronomers kids are going to not the schools. The local kids are going to majority wise. There are some Adverts with the indigenous people school systems. And it's this disproportionate. Hey but look what we're doing from the community that when you dig deeper you realize oh that that doesn't mean what you think it means. That has a lot of people saying look you guys you really need to just step back and figure out. How do you build a relationship? That's built on respect and not on the yes but argument because the astronomers have really been trying to win this with yes but occasionally with yes and and not instead with let me sit down and listen and the message. I keep hearing the as we need to change this to let me just sit down and listen And there was a great presentation in one of the conferences from Greg. I Chun he was he was from the University of Hawaii in Hilo. And he's he said that they the and he's native Hawaiian and and and he said that they had taken they'd taken this step back and really had this opportunity to listen and to and to just understand from people people not. What's the solution but just to understand? What does the mountain mean to you? How does the mountain play into your personal spiritual practices? What are what is your definition of a shared use of this of this mountain? And what is that. Look
Miriam Suzanne on Web Designing with Sass and CSS
"What's your like cair ometer about sas lately it's it seems seems like it's fairly high so you just wrote an article on for for for for our sites tricks that was about some kind of new sas features you stay pretty involved right yeah i've been getting more involved actually with this new release and what's coming next and i think part of that is trying to figure out i mean it seems like sas is no longer the cool kid in some ways like it's not what everybody's talking about but it's still assumed in a lot of cases a lot of people still use it is sort of an assumed part of a stack yes thank you get it for free now right like like it's kind of in everything it's ending yards in view it's in right and then there's been a lot of people sort of i don't know bad talking at or like well we don't need it now that we've got i dunno CSS modules or some plug in that does half of the features whatever this person considers most important but i feel like there's some pieces being left out of that conversation to me in particular for design systems sas as the only language we have around that can store like design tokens and know what they mean a lot of people are storing tokens in like the animal or jason or something like that and everything is a string and to me that doesn't make sense colors should be colors strings should be strings and numbers should have units on them and those unit should be meaningful the language should know how to manipulate them and i look around and sas is sort of the only language that can do all of that i think could be solving a problem for people that they don't know it could be solving for them that's a good point so it's like the design token ideas you have james under yemo like a central repository for colors or fonts or would it however far you on extend that and then you need something to consume that CSS cannot consume yemo but sas like shirley what an import let's try this figure it out so and then it'll generate variables off of that and it really success can import gammel kinda well not directly but you could there's various systems to go either direction so we actually have one that exports sas to jason so we start in the ass and then we export that to jason so though we have that data than somewhere else but once it hits the jason it's just strings again because that's all jason can do but in our we have actual numbers with actual units and we can do unit math yeah so it's easier and sas and he makes us the source of truth exactly it is the point is that so i mean i feel like design tokens is a great i feel like what a great term it's really like getting in people's heads he might have been doing it already you know you might be like oh yeah we have those which is i don't know wherever you build your you is you have like dave said a bunch of a bunch of colors tasings a bunch of whatever it is but you only is it fair that you'd only call them at design token if if there's multiple targets the you know like i need to then because you're trying to rein in your IOS app with your web app so you make a tokens file that serves both of them or is it kinda like it doesn't matter oh i use tokens even if there's just one app being generated from it i mean i think it's sort of refers globally to all of the all of the design figuration the pieces that we're going to need to build the design system even if that designed system is only building one app from there i think though the multiple will the multiple destinations thing is part of why people go with yom alert jason it feels more universal not not web focused and that is true sas very it's a CSS super set it's very much web focused so you are you run odd bird yeah that's your job that's what i do see build you build you build stuff yeah we do we do client work and a lot of open source work but it's a real mix of like design systems and architecture training and workshops of helping teams do architectural front end get your front end organized get a design system in place get a component library were systems thinkers generally so we like doing that work and then also full builds of customer apps you know start from scratch built out a product you see like a kind of a big need four kind of just somebody making a plan for their CSS and confront ends is that kind of a big common problem yeah i think often it's people that the first time around they had to go for speed and you end up with something that had some features quickly but doesn't really scale doesn't lee is an easy to build on and that's where we'll come in and help re architect it so you can actually keep moving forward and not have to rebuild every two years do you use any all i'm going to go for it d- use anything like bootstrap foundation like prescribe kind of remarks or do i imagine the answers but just ask it anyway and then do you like using tools like pattern lab or frac dollars something like that to kinda storybook to organize it or or is it just purely like yeah what's interesting about agency work is that we end up using a lot of these things even if we wouldn't necessarily recommend them because we'll come in and will often have to work with the stack that's in place and we don't get to replace it entirely were just saying how are we going to clean this up and make it well architect it so that means we run into bootstrap quite a bit although i don't think we've ever put it into a project because it's not necessarily the way we work but tools like bootstraps storybook various things like that will will use if they're there if they're what the company wants isn't bootstrap kind of an early eh you wouldn't use it would like a bootstrap fan person is used it a lot and maybe customizes law say like if you're a fan of design tokens you know it's a little weird that you're not a fan of bootstrap which feels like they're pretty all in on the here's a big ass file about a hundred and thirty of them uh-huh yeah well i'm i'm also a big fan of building just what you need strap tends to give you the kitchen sink whether you need it or not and it comes with a lot of opinions that aren't necessarily right for your app and then you spend a lot of time overriding opinions and that's where things get messy so we try to help people figure out as much as possible how can we just pull in what we need from bootstrap and whenever overriding can we can we not have these layers of overrides isn't the argument always like oh you comment that out and all of a sudden you don't have tabs or whatever i mean is that your experience to me it's always seems a smidge naive i don't know yeah your experience aren't i don't know if i understand the question exactly but i think there is something there of it it really depends how you pull it in bootstrap has sort of all these different ways of using it and we tend to push people towards the sas approach because then you can just import the pieces you want and be a little more organized about it bulow more controlled about what it's doing in your code i mean i think the real problems are where you get to like okay well bootstrap has a high specificity rule that creates this tab and now i want the tab to be slightly different so i'm gonna hit bang important on everything and that's the only way to override
"ometer" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"The. You can't rap. My down, bro. I think it's great. I love it. I think they're good. Maybe fill should put the mic down. Yeah. Phil Phillies trash it, wrapping. Your trash. Yeah. He didn't even finish his rhyme. He just said, he just said with five thousand dollars what they're gonna do and then just didn't finish the well he can't answer that Mike only they can answer that. It's true. Because what's, what's the best thing that's them? Just gonna do the line again, the Phil ometer is at trash right now. Yes. Or to fill is that noble right now exactly on a scale of noble to, I don't know. He's on the no full. All right. So the other teams are gonna come in Chris Brett number two stealing the traditional Victor, Nicole spot, just. I think this is great. And I'm mostly saying I think this is great because I am super excited about the fact that the top two teams are two of the teams in my draft. Oh. So I'm I actually I have jumped ahead. I am leading by fifteen whole points right now. Mike team is so ridiculously stacked at the moment. Yeah. I mean, I think I might call. Call an early winter for you at the moment because you have Tyler Corey. Right. So, like you got some you've got some solid teams. I mean, Phil might have to write a rap for you about finishing person the draft when all of a sudden, Phil isn't gonna write me, a rap after I told him, he trash it, wrapping. Yeah. Okay. All right. So then we end up with Colin and Christy. They're in third place. We're gonna see more teams continuing to arrive. Rob. When you think about Victor showing off his luscious locks feel like a paying of sadness, considering when he shaved that all off to propose to Nicole leader. We'll fill is like a Victor. Oh, let's see that luscious hair you should've shampoo commercial. But yeah, it's like okay well, we know we know where this is going there for some reason, cut off his hair and his now at unrecognizable person. Yeah, if you're expecting a happy ending to that hair, you haven't been paying attention. No. And see. It didn't even give him fifteen thousand dollars. Oh, see could've given me that money. And I could've got fifteen Kaynak. Oh man. Oh, no. Don't worry. But they're more people in this house in their arm. My town. Yeah. How many times this episode did she say, how many people live in her town, yooglie shout outs in this? All right. So we're going to end up with Rachel Annalisa, you know, heading down to the mat Rachel's really gonna. Pre eulogize her team quite a bit, Mike. Yeah. I mean, this is what happens when you bring in previous racers, I do Phil's work for them, right? Yeah. They know the narrative, and they've been racing so well, but it's a non elimination like so how do we feel about? I feel like it's not uncommon for the race to do you know, every other leg nomination leg, but it feels like three and five might just be attached to early in the season structure, because, now we're going to have only one more non elimination lake for the entire back half of the season though. Rob I feel like you're totally fine with that. Yeah. Get him out of the way early. Yeah, it's going to move now. It's like there's, there's all those like middle legs where you can't remember exactly how many teams are left. You're like seven eight. I can't quite remember and now it's like every week we're going to knock someone off. It's just gonna it's gonna go by so fast. I mean you did in bring back all star teams from these shows to save.
"ometer" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"It is we have radar activation. When the radar is beginning to search for the ground. Once the rate are lots on the ground and inside is about one Glomma Ometer ter-. above the surface. The Lander will separate from the back show and begin terminal descent using twelve descent engines altitude convergence the radar has locked on the ground. How how did they decide where to where to land this thing? Tarik? Well, nothing, you know, usually looks for really intriguing places to land a spacecraft on more something that has a story to tell about the plants geologic past or you know, the search for water where you know on earth. There's there's life wherever we find water. Could there be evidence of past life on Mars? They're not so much with insight because they wanna look inside the planet. They want to be in a place that the you know that has the fewest rocks available because they want to dig sixteen feet down with the heat probe. They want it to be a safe place a level place in a calm place for the seismographs. So NASA kind of playfully touted this landing site, the Lisi employees near the equator as the most boring heart of Mars to land Kansas without I heard that description. Yeah, exactly it is a it is a stark but beautiful plane that they landed on and not as many rocks. The goal is that this is kind of a really complex to put this. Really super hypersensitive seismograph that is going to kind of measure all the tremors coming from Mars. Look for Mars quakes, maybe even register the impacts of meteorites another part of the mission because you know, having that kind of really relative, calm place. We'll help them detect the signals much more accurately as the shape this kind of this diagram of what the inside of Mars looks line. So the landing was one thing and the work ahead. We'll talk about throughout this hour the journey to get. There was another tell us a little bit about that journey and how specifically insight stayed on course. Yeah. Insight actually was launched in may of this year in two thousand eighteen but it was supposed to launch two years ago in two thousand sixteen and in the the run up to that that that launched they detected a leak inside this vacuum chamber that kept the seismograph safe on the on the in the instrument and that was a kind of a big setback..
"ometer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"WDBO. Now, the Markley in bed camp show on news ninety six point five WDBO. Bam show. Jamie Markley David van camp. Okay. Last week. We know the doctor Ford really didn't want to fly to Washington DC from California right thrown all over the world. But flying a DC would've been a no go whatever happened to that. That story just sort of died on the vine. There's a lot of those inconsistencies that just died on the vine now if this Russian report had come out a week ago. I said I don't blame him for wanting to fly Jeff Rawson. Everybody's favorite national investigative correspondent he is on the today show frequently he is back with another. Well, and other big time. Breaking news story that well airports are gross. He has blown the lid off of major another major scandal adding to his resume of telling us about how Starbucks is building up your life JC Penney using skinny mirrors. Okay. Works. Wrong might hurt. You might wind up hurting yourself. I don't know. Jeff rossett. Okay. Comes on the today show every once in a while. And then he's got some reports. Yes. Sometimes ridiculous. Sometimes like, you know, what I wouldn't have known that. Okay. You coming from a news background. You say he's a little tacky. Yes. You really enjoy making fun of him. Watching this today. And I was like I it it had me a little captivated. I'm honest here. Okay. So he is looking at airports and airplanes all over the country, right? The Emirates flight that got quarantined at JFK few weeks ago. Yeah. The one vanilla ice was on. So he breaks out the German ometer. It's called a germ ometer, and it well it measures. How many germs are in any given space? So.
"ometer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"You sir and when i first started up in the mornings it uh we'll go into gear either to forward or reverse it has a problem and after a while a you know playing whether it will go into gear but it runs dropped serve out uh or chefs ross i'd say for about a quarter of a mile half a mile and then they get runs great for the rest of the day well it sounds like the transmission is worn however is also could be fluid related condition of fluid and level of fluid can cause this problem have you had either one of those check the condition of the fluid as far as the color and also level of the fluid jim did you did you have charges looked at a myself okay now gotta make sure that when you transmission had about five thousand miles a year but that was about five or six years ago you can when you check the transmission fluid in these vehicles you have to check them warmed up the eagle has to be warmed up let it run for about ten minutes or so and it has to be checked wallets running in park is that how you checked it no okay that's a that's that's not unusual a lot of your familiar with that so that's what you need to do let it warm up for about ten minutes okay sitting outside your home okay when it's warmed up in park and vehicle running check your transmission fluid ben you may be low on fluid and if you are low and fluid it's going to give you that type of situation and you could damage your transmission by being low on fluid so check it that way and if it is low on fluid it needs to be added okay and then we'll go from there can i ask you got sure okay on the same core this thing's eating a meal a high but uh it's developed uh my windshield wipers turn the one one the windshield wipers are turned on okay been eating one she'll wafer blades lately jacek because it's you wanna drive windshield absolutely yes and are also on the dashboard you know like the speed ometer and the have much gas i've got that goes out every once in a while they do this separately so i don't know if it's to problems or or.
"ometer" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Seem that that shotguns would be alright a regular semiautomatic rifle would be okay up with a handgun be okay but not an ar fifteen i i don't understand that that i don't understand the logic there so and and that's the thing is that once you start getting into that conversation of whether a handgun is okay fours someone considered need not and adult yet eighteen nineteen years old or even twenty years old i have a bunch of friends who i think are reasonably sound enough to own a handgun that are not in twenty one years old and i know some thirty year old who know what you you shouldn't own a handgun but when it comes to say a on or boltaction rifle versus the air fifteen i just i don't understand the this should no the person yep it should doesn't matter by law because if you if you shouldn't have an air fifteen because you can't trust somebody who was eighteen or nineteen will then they shouldn't have eight any type of firearm my my speed ometer says that i could go hundred and twenty miles an hour uttered and forty oxley i bought nobody knew well to go in fact i am not let's let let's limit alleged put limiters on cars like they do on on commercial bigrigs at twenty miles an hour we'll get there and and.
"ometer" Discussed on House of Carbs
"It's critical to and from alaska who drops cream into her ometer bore sand cheese at the last minute melts and she's literally putting her hand into the pan as the egg runs through her fingers to serve to the judges it's like he just any in other people there were screaming it's just eggs nerves it's just eggs that was so interesting to me that they were so caught up in the competition or impressing that they completely failed something so critical when you go on the site and look at some of the you know many trailers that uh the folks at that food and wine have prepared with with the top chef franchise you know with reto one on one kind of a feedback items one of the things that they they all attest to is how it's a it's a it's a fat a essentially kind of a a uh what what's that the chamber where you get in a you lose your senses you the price of your census a bucket deprivation janet deprivation various right right exactly they there is this element and maybe it has to do with the altitude i liked that theory very much maybe it has to do with the legal marijuana i doubt that a lot of them are are are are under the influence during the show but there is this this element of what you're in it you just highlighted it hit hit on a quite effectively are s literally losing their mind he has saw everybody outside of those three people when they're armlet challenge was introduced was saying jusco he just gonna make perfect eggs yeah and every one of them went for other ingredients like we're going to jazz it up this way or that way or the other way we're gonna put cheese and it we're gonna i mean what are you what are you guys talking about if this is the it and i love i love that as someone who likes used who likes cooking like seeing simplicity of cooking and i and i also trust the show to frame that correctly right that the show that that the the tenor of top chef is saying they should know how to do this and.
"ometer" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Tendency to be turned on by adventure let's say and that tends to be people with addictive prokhoda is that just does okay so as there are specific gene that stand identified only australia and there's one of one of my favorite genetic studies to this is a by a guy named mark shock at that event at subic over the neabry ometer and actually was able to get the gene already down to the fruit fly and he had several tall that several genes i'll tell you about a one was the judge these flies or flying around they've put these alcohol vapors in there an afp rupa flash flood of dropped out immediately that was called the cheap daydream gene and then flies it kept flying of resistant alcohol they went back and found that gene in the study humans in lo and behold as hard it to potential for our calls them in their population literally enemy during these people with alcolac and what not attend also be very much involved in arousal and drive and high venture so we'll talk about that will talk about what else is the other as you which is spirit three to avoid as rights talkers of nitric abc titled news with jeff whittle lakes dr drew kabc news as live and local at 230 the northbound 405 transition ramp that takes you to ally actual closed tonight for four months according to cal transports mid mark bischoff the north on i four or five connecticut you westbound at 105 will close tonight at ten pm had it will be close to the end of april two 247 closure you can take westbound imperial highway or century boulevard to get to la acts as alternates or even take the north seven ted or one ten freeways to the west 105 and that will take you straight in the ally acts now the good news is that another ramp at that same interchange is about to reopen we're doing the same work we're rebuilding issued a connector ramped so deep northbound 405 connected to east are 105 was closed for fourteen weeks that will reopen tomorrow at five a m also cal treads engineers or go to close both directions of the five santa anna free way between the 605 in norwalk boulevard through doughty in norwalk during the overnight hours all week starting tonight to improve the.
"ometer" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM
"Motion of the clouds goes into jupiter's interior and the answer is about two or three thousand kilometers which is an interesting number because uh you know it's pretty deep i mean if you think about it three thousand kilometers that's roughly the diameter of the moon and so that's how deep that cloud motion goes into jupiter and if you're not miss feerick scientists three thousand kilometers is also a large number you're talking about one percent of the mass of jupiter participating in that dynamic flow of the atmosphere but if you're a physicist three thousand kilometers is hardly anything in the diameter of a planet that's a hundred and fifty thousand kilometers across and so you can almost just kind of wave it away and deal with the rest of jupiter's interior as a solid ball so it's and it's an interesting piece of news for a lot of different jupiter disciplines yao images compare that figure three thousand kilometers to the depth of the atmosphere the thickness of our own atmosphere on earth as in all other things jupiter dwarf so what's happening down here we'll just mention in passing there was a story out of egu about the great wrote spot and work on by june of it it extends at least i think the figure was three hundred kilometers down but i know oh that's not something that you actually got to look into well you were at the show yes that's right i didn't actually see any of the talks on that but i had to do with the results from a different instrument not gravity science not magnetometer that was from the microwave radio ometer which has a set of antennae that can see two different depths in jupiter's atmosphere you don't one interesting that thing that was coming out of the meeting about that particular instrument is that the amount of ammonia in jupiter's atmosphere varies from place to place and that's a problem for the microwave radio ometer team because ammonia is a strong absorber of radio radiation so wherever there is more ammonia the microwave radio on better can't see as deep and so it makes their ability to analyze the clouds with depth it doesn't make it unable to analyse a but it makes it a heck of.
"ometer" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast
"Mccourty they had this technology in northern scotland at the time and the enemies were directing the beams of their death ray good act walls with a 42 ed melting it actually is is a viable technology both eu the array of mirrors you would have to have assumed that you should have solar selector and says southern california arrival homeless got the big tower with the bold area yeah i mean that day as well what does that the article ometer diameter something like that yeah i mean and it did a pretty huge rigged mirror selfish interest rate idea lybian but i think it's pre clunky it is really fun okay we'll go on to the next tools that the enemies were using that is greek fire which if you don't know what greek fire is avocado no either nobody else knows yeah so good on yet but greek fire was most likely some form of crude petroleum i i just wanna point out the number of times ease the word 'crude and that's what's because it's fahrudin rhode i care so away joke because its crude oil and petroleum has no no what what would happen is the romans used this and they would these it naval battles could scared the hell out of their enemies because its petroleum suffered burns while it's on top of the water and what they would unite napalm yes or they'd spray that their enemies are they would throw it in these kind of rudimentary grenade waterval galaxies lonnis has never hidden it would splatter everywhere and then somehow they would shoot narrow added that was on fire you know the dole movie trope of shoot a burning aero yeah that's what they would do so the theory goes that the invaders had greek fire and they were throwing it out the wall and that was the fuel that then treated such intense heeds that vitrified gas nasser one ah i actually would say that if this were true it would i would put this more on the we did it intentionally in the building process because it would be a hell of a lot easier to create the heat with this kind of.
"ometer" Discussed on WLOB
"Westwood one radio network uga students's university of georgia nineteen years old hunter wilkinson or wilkerson allegedly stole traffic signs from the campus and then fled the campus and then you snapchat the brag about his high speed police shakes they clocked them at one hundred ten miles an hour well they got the evidence 'cause he clocked his own speed armored honoring ten miles an hour on snapchat then in well form all he's alive buddy crashed his car it went airborne crashed into several parked cars they said that the uh the officer wrote the road kitchen who wrote the report estimated the ford f one fifty truck was going about ninety miles brown a thirty five miles an hour zone when it flew past him at three thirty in the morning at that point and itself he's reckless says the police spokesman says he's putting lives in danger to include the his own and anyone else who's on the roadway after wilkerson was in handcuffs another officer found his cell phone on the truck wilkerson was still logged into snapchat where police said he zoomed in on his speed ometer hitting honoring ten miles an hour wilkerson allegedly bragged that he was leading the police chase suddenness nothing to brag about i can tell you that in an officer looks through his phone and sees that he was active on social media snapchat was sending out update saying that he was in pursuit in a pursuit with police officers he faces twenty five charges including killing a police officer dui and reckless driving i was on the way to work today and you can tell them no you know they're they're they're waving in the zone looks like you looked like drunk drivers except they're just texting and i get up next is low camry or whatever it is and i look over there and sure enough is this young chick sitting there and she's looking road look in attleboro linen she's trying to and if she's w and she's trying to take with a thumb and stuff and i'm going you know folks canada weight can't wait he's somebody else do you not have searing you folks have siri on your phone if i have to have some if somebody has sent me something and i have to respond to it then.
"ometer" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Of these nfl guys taken the needy and the anti americanism ended up perfect guy for this time now you know you postulated that he won't be getting any uh any uh seat john kennedy i'm telling you right now it quoted the end of game chaired he should've either added the senate judiciary committee now what are what i would ask now let us be clear what i said was if he doesn't play along because the folks when the rnc and the senate leadership fun of already announced they're coming here and says there says the senate leadership fond being led mcconnell he's going to have a lot of impact on what committees more gets to i heard that and you know oh that eu that's a valid point but again i believe that despite their best efforts they don't have an alternative to this point like he is going to be running as the republican uh the republican guy or the fed at which eventually he's got a win sixty plus per se we all know that what i'm saying is when he gets there your plus you lading that he's going to be a black she liked postulations is dad that black sheet logic kirk is due to propel him your position of leadership i only even though the possibility of challenging title or or shift and i'll let chinese outlay late his federal cornelio her judge roy moore well i got to be the president of the united states this court write it down jim ometer right it so he he took bottle always what was the site his willing the planters with bumba yeah jim is on the bumba uh he lost mutolo sticker our cover right back a un with michael.
"ometer" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"This is a national health alert from the twenty four seven diabetic health hotline if you're a family member or loved what has diabetes listen closely now regardless of your age give you may qualify to receive diabetic testing supplies with little to no outofpocket cost get free delivery information and all the people is handled fire credited suppliers for free call the twenty four seven diabetic health hotline down for details put weight there's more if you call right now you could get a free meter upgrade addition we'll give you a free pedometer research special gift to you we have lead back at other races available as well as pharmacy services regardless of your age give you suffer with diabetes if you have insurance we can help call the twenty four seven diabetic health line now operators are standing by for your free meter upgrade end of free but ometer called the hell eight hundred four eight three sixty nine oh six eight hundred four eight three sixty nine oh sex eight hundred four eight three sixty nine os six we wanted more biz talk news by the vaulting us stocks are little changed today with major index indexes moving less than 01 percent in either direction as wall street appeared to be holding all on making big banks head up key events later this week the dow jones industrial average was trading planet twenty one thousand four hundred seven the smp 500 down 3 points at two thousand one jane twenty six the nasdaq was off four point two six thousand one hundred seventy two european stock struggling for that raged in today's traders investors take a cautious approach ahead of us federal reserve chairman janet yellen testimony to congress the stock european six hundred index goes your point supercenter ended in eighty partly erased as your point four percent advance from yesterday germany's dank thirty index rose zero point three percent at twelve thousand points in a nine while france cac forty index was up zero point two percent at five thousand two hundred seventy three the uk's with you one hundred index.
"ometer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The speed ometer in your windshield it's like that it's meant to look at for four seconds at a time never longer and it's essentially one i only you look up over your head and you see it tiny display with a tiny bit of information like a smart watch verses literally augmenting your world placing objects into this world i could be in another state you could be here and we could both be wearing these glasses and we could see each other holly graphically as if we're really together i've never felt a sense of presence as real as holographic communication except for being in person so why is for the iphone is my friend i mean all timidly iphone is the enemy today leap microsoft meta we all our friends in the sense that we are fighting the existing paradigm of computing and ultimately we want to displace it but on the path to display seen it it's going to be a wonderful aid in equipping these phones with augmented reality sensors software and technologies that are going to ease the transition and the acceptance if i release glasses today the size of the glasses i'm wearing right now none of you were going to want them because there's no software that makes them useful it's the software is going to be built for the phones that ultimately will come to the glasses that will make them so useful you'll throw your phone at a window sees paradigm you talk you buy nothing less than the new paradigm and maybe other talk a little bit above meeting with kevin durant also video with kevin spacey those two kevin so kind of into the car picture for you sure so you know i often give an example of how augmented reality will be really useful and exciting in one of those things are really excites me is volume metric video so the idea that you could see me right now by wearing a pair of glasses and you can walk around mean it looks like i'm really here with you so imagine kevin spacey and your living room as frank underwood and giving one of those monologue so schilling.
"ometer" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Is seven minute trip the wtmj five day forecast today on this saturday lots of sunshine this morning by the afternoon a few more clouds will develop and he could produce a few isolated showers during the afternoon and evening hours pleasantville high temperature seventy one degrees tonight any showers dissipate will become partly cloudy with a low of fifty eight degrees sunday most lee cited a partly cloudy again a few scattered afternoon showers high sixty eight degrees monday partly cloudy spotty afternoon showers i've sixty eight tuesday mostly sunny seventy four wednesday partly cloudy more humid look for late day thundershowers a high of eighty i'm storm team four meteorologist martin mcguinness number ometer is rising the lake michigan water temperature fifty eight degrees and madison at sixty seven green bay 65 waukesha sixty seven in milwaukee eight sixty six degrees watched it a t m j for news for your complete seventeen forecast an get news anytime at wtmj dot com i'm mike spaulding news radio six twenty wtmj this is the thinks that show on six twenty wtmj advice and opinions expressed during the program were those of the host or guests and not wtmj radio or scripts media inc nope around the house with a handy as do it yourself or an extra handsome let mr faces tom things a help hello billy that show on twenty wtmj can the fix it shows patty by plumbing hearts plus her pena signed foods allparty fighting unlimited enchaine be construction ironwood because you're danny clayton term phases here in turn you're surrounded by ladies this morning i have been all morning i'm i'm a lucky.