35 Burst results for "One Inch"
1inch Exchange: Decentralized Exchange Aggregation With Anton Bukov
"Anton. Welcome to the show. Hi geoffrey you work on one inch exchange. And i'd like to get into one inch exchange momentarily but let's start with the subject of decentralized exchanges. Explain what a decks is and why there are. Different decks is in the world. Yeah you know see great question. Sometimes i knew present some slides about this so yeah i will let me tell you about different decks of maybe a little bit history about like. We should exist puritan. The which order the riddick source and appeared may be doing to sixteen or even earlier. I can't remember because i joined Development in twenty seventeen they own audible waste the same way as centralized exchanges works. There are like lucane so actors their makers and takers makers they create orders for being fitted feel. It was exact prices and takers. They do feel the owners. They execute their swaps immediately but they have some potential sleep which because litchfield bunch of force for was different prices. Those who played anders lakers. They always was exact price which was like the owner and one over the significant improvements internal self gas costs was allowing people to create orders of chain. So you can approve some poking stool exchange smarter and you can leave your signature which will sign some order and anyone can use this order to go to this distance. Exchange and your form swap with you
Xiaomi Challenges Samsung With Its Own Foldable
"Announced. Its first foldable. The me mix fold with a six point five two inch exterior screen and then it unfolds into an eight point zero one inch four by three lead panel. Yes it has that liquid lens camera that we talked about that can focus down to three centimeters and offers a three x optical zoom the me mix fold is available for preorder in china right now for nine thousand nine nine you one. That's around two thousand five hundred twenty one dollars. Us shipping april sixteenth.
The Camera Bag I Use 90 Percent of the Time (and why)
"When low perot released the streamline one fifty in two thousand thirteen it was intended for lightweight vacation travel with a compact camera. It's multi device design offered a dedicated storage for a seven inch tablet smartphone compact camera and personal items now. This is a very cool bag in the sense that it only measures eleven inches by ten inches by one inch and it stays flat against the body as one of the things. I like about one of my complaints about many camera. Bags is that they kind of you know the bush out there like pillows pillows on a strap and you know they they stick out the they bang against things they're they're noticeable that other people and with the streamlined because it's basically a square levin inches by ten inches the only one inch thick. It's on the shoulder. You can work cross shoulder and you're in a tight situation you put it under your arm while cross shoulder and people don't even see it right unless they're really looking looking that close then you need change direction so to speak. It's also helpful for when the weather gets really bad again. You just tuck it under. Your arm is protected. And you get to wherever you need to get in only weighs three quarters of a pow yet. This thing this design. I was working at low pro at the time when it came out. Now it's going. This is a really cool bag. Of course i saw things differently than a lot of folks in because this was at a time when diesel lars were still roaming the earth right and so the lo pro in particular with thinking. Yeah you know big backpacks you know you got to accommodate that seventy two two hundred millimeter lands and you know dsl are with a grip and all this kind of stuff. And i'm just going to
A Quick Dive Into How Submarines Work
"Today we're talking about submarines by focusing on alvin as we said is a research submarine that has taken scientists into the deep ocean and it looks like a tiny underwater ship so we smaller than the giants cylinder like submarines. You might see in the navy but similar to them. because there's some fundamental engineering principles at work keeping alvin and other submarines safe underwater. So i how much pressure is alvin. Under let's say twenty two thousand feet below the ocean surface. Every square inch of alvin. Surface has almost ten thousand pounds force applied to it which is a lot of pressure. And here's another way to think about it. Bruce calculated the amount of pressure. That alvin hatch. So just it's door is under. And he came up with around four million pounds and that really was a number that was a little bit astounding to me so i started figuring out how many seven forty sevens are parked on top of that twenty one inch disk that that is our hatch and the pressure he calculated is two four seven forty seven planes stock on top of that hatch so you may be wondering. What's keeping alvin and the other people inside from getting crushed under all that pressure. Well there's a lot of engineering at work. But bruce says it's largely because of a part of the submarine called the pressure hull. That's the capsule everyone's sits safely in keeping the pressure inside equal to the pressure level at the surface also known as alvin personnel sphere. We had a chief pilot once that used to say that the personnel speier keeps the big o out of the people's face by big o. He means all of that ocean so the personnel sphere is about six feet in diameter made out of a titanium alloy and yes sphere shaped and bruce says that shape is key think of pressure as giant hands. Squeezing the capsule that people are in there. The water pressure is a big powerful hand. That wants to squeeze All that low pressure space inside the pressure wants to to squeeze tight will fear when you squeeze the sphere of your hands if you apply that that force from your hands equally it's distributed around that sphere of throughout the whole spherical shape. That's how spheres are they. Distribute the pressure evenly over. Its surface making it an incredibly strong shape. You might be thinking though. What about those big navy. Submarines shaped like a tube a tube. A cylinder can handle pressure but only to a certain extent. There's there's this unfortunate outcome called buckling where the pressure would actually squeeze that to imagine the way you might squeeze the tube of toothpaste the only this is a big thick tuber metal and they are limited in the depths that they can go to.
Prof. Kitrina Douglas Talks About Narrative Theory And Identity
"Yeah if i challenge you. Couldn't we say that nowadays especially when the dual career has become kind of quite influential scores. So the idea that athletes need to be combining school and sport at the same time so now it could be even more dominant idea that you are not allowed to be just an athlete but you also have to be a student that you need to get your education at the same time. So it's becoming another form. Dominant narrative telling you that you have to have at least these two identities a rate land you battle I cool the national anti-doping panel who are involved says who sit and hear cases of who have been found guilty of committing an anti-doping events and want to appeal that bam. And i remember a few years ago i sat on a hearing panel. And there's three qc and two former athletes who have had representative histories in this book career. So we sit as a three-person powell to hear the uk anti doping and the athletes defense. This particular athlete was at a really well known university in the uk. One of the best universities you who was on their talk team. In particular sports and this athlete the cohort that he was in was studying light in the library. And they all took a tablet so they wouldn't sleek so that they could get their assignment in at five o'clock in the morning and then this athlete got on a coach and went to a particular european sporting event and one inch and he was tested off. What's four years. He lost his scholarship to the university. He lost his place in particular sport. I won't go into specifics but he was doing what he was supposed to do. All of the learning on the sport. And i just felt just do the sports just to the spoke for now. Why push yourself so much in the education as well that you have to attain such a high standard in that you called win. I felt i felt that this athlete was under too much pressure to perform. Both of those things and i'm really uncomfortable by chance. The jewel career in theory sounds great but in practice. I think there's a lot of problems with it because exactly as your say we. We expect athletes to perform in both of these areas. Now yeah yeah. Those are the questions that i've been looking into as well. It seems to be especially with the young women who often really put effort into both of them so they want to be perfect in everything but they also want to have like active social life. And you know probably you cannot do everything at the same time up to you. know perfection. yeah. I think there's to sing it now. In the uk and of course children develop while at school but the narrative this in the newspapers and also and i've had some young people interviewed is my life is going to be ruined because i have been at school this last year. Now i did see hack today. We can learn in lots of different ways. There's the hidden curriculum and if everyone across the road is of school. It's a level playing field so we don't have to say will your disadvantage the have been voltages to being home with your family and going back to my life. My father would take him to school to found events. He couldn't necessarily have holidays during school times so he takes. I did i was it affected effect. I my education. Well done better in my agency exam but does not really match so we have to see. The live isn't justified education. It's about our relationships. It's about understanding the world and what we're doing. And so i feel everything is getting to submit and true and people allowed to grow develop in thomas best then i remember again. My brother say you'll probably late developer. And i've got no executive but it gave me a narrative it doesn't have to stop playing golf five. I can stop when. I was seventeen and lots of people said to me when i was starting at seventeen. Oh you're too old. You remember someone at the gulf of on that and say who do you think you. I can't pitch up and say going to become a professional golfer. That's not how it works. You go to be town. Id spotted at five and you go big on this particular pathway so can work that way but it can also work lots of different ways that were allowing enough experimentation a walk. I think for those of us that don't follow the gender the typical pathway. We defended public side so i was very creative player. I learned how to play shots. Because i taught
A Reminder of Spring: Winter Aconite
"Ac night is yellow now. It's yellow to where. If for cynthia was blooming beside at or above it. It would not be as bright but winner is nothing but dark. Green brown dirty looking leaves that this little fellows popping up through it at the point that it comes above the leaf which is probably only a quarter of an inch thick at this point. It's already flower as the little leaves pop up through and it standing. Maybe one inch tall. The the green splits back in the yellows there and where it is not the brightest of yellows. I don't think but hit a color chart even put at the same time when it's up against a bunch of sloppy looking stuff. It's fantastic and i just. I like to mention it each year because it's not so much the winner echinacea. It's it's what i call it. A little bows. And i'm not gonna get into all the kinds but we've already mentioned the snow drops. The hill hours of course is not a little leaf but the bulbs that we plant that are less than the size of your little finger tip that can be so bright and bushy in the spring this time of year It runs from here on and on and on there are some that. I don't even know that that can be very profuse Seen pictures of actually seen it in in life I'm going to call it a whole hillside now. I don't mean a mountain but a hillside that has light blue flowers on it that you can't even see what might be green grass and those things Lend life to me. It means we've turned another corner the subtle becoming before i get up to the time. It's just a happy time. So i mentioned winner echinacea as the plan of the week. But i'd i'd like to recommend simply all the little bolts now. You probably can't do much about it if you haven't already put them in the ground back in the fall but this coming fall. Make a note that For the corner a sidewalk even the cracks in the sidewalk in in bigger cracks under the edge of a shrub or between two shrubs. Plant not one. Because one's kind of inconspicuous and most of these other things but if you plan five or seven of them or or even more you get some color letting you know that it is going to come summer
What to Do About a Shady Backyard Where Grass Won't Grow
"We also had a question. This week from sarah and she sent us some pictures to which is very helpful. Says fred my backyard is seventy five percent dirt. Grass is gone. What can be done now as we talked about pictures here fred. It looks like she has some very large trees or some larger trees and some large shrubs that may be giving quite a bit of shade in that area. Okay well that gives me a big clue especially if you can tell by the pictures. In terms of the size of the trees trees compete in two ways as shrubs and other things but at the same time Lawns are meant for open. Clear sunny skies for all intensive purposes. Now there are variations that theme but large trees shade grass so it cannot manufacturers much food they cause the atmosphere under themselves so to speak or or under the tree they cause little higher humidity for the most part grasp doesn't dry as early in the morning therefore subject more diseases of the leaf and so on and then they compete drastically compete with grass roots under under the tree Now having said that it's not impossible to go along. And i think she just flat out going to have to start over the first thing to do at where we can't see it for sure but if she can or if an arborist should be doing you can raise up with the head of the tree you can cause the limbs to be a little higher above the ground You can send the tree out and literally soon it out. Take some branches in appropriate places. Let more light down through the tree. Let more breeze blow through the trees dry grass encouraging better growth in the grass and so on it is however still very difficult in many cases under trees to grow on I have indeed on many an occasion where people prize the tree or they prizes position shading their patio evening etcetera etcetera where. We don't wanna hurt the tree at all. We will simply take out the grass. The remnants of the grass or just very lightly work the top two inches in terms of maybe some more organic material. some peat moss and so create a bed in which we're going to fly ground cover. They didn't matter of selecting the ground. Cover i'm gonna say such as myrtle pakistan eighty There are many many things that can be used but it comes time where you either manage the trees and check it the following year or two if the grass is growing better you you leave well enough alone. But as soon as those trees get a heavy hit on them again and continue to compete underneath. They're going to kill the law. That's just all there is to it for the most part. You just don't see lawns well. Lawn light grasses in the middle of wood so at that point you go with mother nature and created ground cover bed. It's well or what. I consider a total disaster would-be to take out the trees. That's that's not my first recommendation ever Rather work with them and on several occasions Without hurting the tree by covering the routes very much we have built up just slightly to get above the tree roots. Now one one of the infamous trees for lawn damage is norway. Maple they they just don't like grass. I swear it's written in their genealogy but They're they're so dense headed rooted and so on I've never allowed for more than two and a half inches of really good up soil being over the top of those roots. Because we didn't want to run a rotor tiller down through the roots and causes damage to the tree roots. So we build up just slightly In most cases now in one case the lawn slope the good bit where we add it only one inch. I'm going to say on the high side. And we put a little wall and put twelve inches of soil over the roots downhill side however Where the roots normally cover the entire area of the top of the tree. We kept the wall in under the edge of the tree. So that the roots that were exceeding the width of the crown could would not be damaged by extra soil. And it's been quite successful. That was done. Twenty twenty a couple of years ago and i've driven by their time or two cents and the bed is still doing quite well. they have gone on out toward the west side down side. All's well and they don't they don't about ruined their shoulders with the bumpy more and they don't ruin the trees roots and the grass is gone not to be worried about.
Saving Sea Level Records: What Historical Records Tell Us About The Rising Ocean
"So lauren you sent me a picture of one of these century old title logbooks and it's so cool. It's really detailed. You can see where it says one. Am someone's written thirteen feet one fifteen. Am fourteen feet one inch in this. Really lovely old penmanship tracking tied. Did people really do this. Twenty four hours a day every day of the year they did. They had technology. That actually made it easier though In the late eighteen hundreds they developed an automatic system which had this float that rested on the surface of the water and then fed information to kind of a pen that recorded the movement so then people just had to read off the values and put them into the ledgers and this was done in other places to lake near hillary island. The port of liverpool also has a really long running title record. That makes sense because this was the era of ships rights. Watercraft was the way that people and things got around. Yeah exactly you had a lot of ships going in and out of port and so they were shipping companies. That had to keep track of the tide so it can be done safely two day. Some of those old records are archived at the permanent service for mean sea level which is an organization in the uk that gathers ocean data worldwide Andy matthews a data scientists. There told me the data are pretty reliable. You know most of the time. Those woman over on point is a little hand square school saying they. They sweet because the Tyja for was sick. You get little insights now with him. Everybody needs a sick day right. Of course andy says they're trying to organize a bigger effort to find these records. Because you know since kind of obscure they're hard to find yet but it can be anywhere these kind of things now in libraries from people that we all kaisei done coin. Doug well they are. Yeah this is quite the quest and an even bigger issue. I imagine is that when they find them. The data is still stuck on those pages. Yeah his colleagues scanned about sixteen thousand pages. But the numbers are on the page and they haven't been digitized so they're really not usable by scientists. They're trying to use computers to do it through character recognition. But i mean you saw that writing right. It's kind of like the script and the formats can be really hard to decipher so india's hoping that the public will help he recently put the images on zoom verse. A website and so volunteers can kind of in and and read the numbers. Type them up. I love this approach. I mean we're all bored at home looking for something to do this pandemic so why. Not some historical data as tree right. Yeah i mean data entry for a greater good seriously but to get into the nitty gritty of it. Why exactly is an important to look at data from the eighteen. Hundreds to understand sea level rise today an into the future right. What does that matter. Yeah right. I mean it has to do with how complex sea-level rise is because it's been caused by a number of different things. I mean i. You got glacier's melting temperatures causes them to shrink and that water runs off into the ocean and the same thing is happening in greenland and antarctica. Where there are these massive ice sheets on the land and there's so much is melting in gigi tons tapping increasingly fast. And i know that oceans are also rising because the water itself is warming up and hotter things expand so the water slick taking up more space. Yep you got it and actually. This is kind of cool. Sea level rise did slow down in the nineteen sixties and seventies because that was the era of dam building around the world. When you know when these big reservoirs were being constructed. They held back so much water. It was actually measurable. Ooh that is so strange and it really shows how we humans do impact the oceans. That's like a tangible detail of how quickly we can do that. It's a huge scale. But it's not really a factor anymore because you know dams aren't really being built at the same rate these days got it. Yeah anyway since one thousand nine hundred there's been about eight inches of sea level rise and by the end of this century. We couldn't be looking at three to six feet of sea level rise or even higher depending on how much carbon humans emits but. that's globally. The water is rising at a different pace depending on where you are. Yeah how exactly does that work. Because wouldn't the phil evenly kind of like when you fill a bathtub. And here's where it gets a little weird. The earth is slowly changing slowly getting a different shape lake. You know when you've been sitting on the couch while and you kind of get up and the cushion rebounds like morphs back into its old shape. Yeah not all couches but sure theoretically Well okay that same thing happens to the earth's crust During the last ice age Kind of started waning. Eleven thousand years ago. There was a lot of ice on canada and greenland super heavy and was pushing down the earth's crust since that melted the crust has been slowly rebounding. And that's actually not good for the east coast especially around the mid atlantic region. Because you know it's on the same tectonic plates as canada and greenland and when one side goes up. The other side goes down So what you're saying is where i live on. The east coast is on the lower end of the see-saw basically your thinking about that slowly. I mean the east coast is seen more sea level rise than other parts of the country. And then there's a whole bunch of other things that can cause that to you. Know ocean currencies big things that span hundreds of miles in the ocean. They cost the water on one side of them to be higher on the other side. You know so. Because of currents and gravity the oceans themselves are just kind of lumpy which is why sea level rises different everywhere. I am learning so much right now. You're basically saying is that sea level rise is local essentially and if cities want a plan for this and figure out what an who is at risk they'll need tailor-made information for their location. Yeah that's where these historical records come in. You know they reveal what these geologic processes and ocean conditions are doing in each place right right and i signed us refine their computer models. Which are those high powered ways that we get forecast about climate change. I spoke to scientists. Tomas friedrich's at nasa's jet propulsion laboratory about this and he said local records really matter. If we don't have that information for these see to be like a few feet off the local records of sea level so especially when we try to projects like high water levels of like extremes sea levels that's how we call them It's very difficult to to get an accurate picture of that but there is a big issue with a historical records. They already have almost all of the ones that have been digitized. Come from europe and north america So what you're saying is we gotta find more places. More hillary islands so to speak with historical sea level data all around the world. Yeah and this is a problem across many kinds of climate data. actually the southern hemisphere hasn't been covered as well with things like whether stations and other kind of data collection historically So there's just this big effort to find these historical records outside of europe and the us in argentina. They're working to digitize records from nineteen o five that were taken at the port of raise But to go back farther in some countries it means looking at the records of former colonial powers that took control because when countries like the uk and germany and france extracted. Huge amount of resources from colonies often through force. They did it largely through shipping colonialism stealing and keeping a record of it yeah pretty much so right now in france the national hydrographic service is digitizing these title records from dozens of their former colonies from madagascar vietnam Some of those records though aren't as long running you know they were gathered. As part of geographic mapping or you know to study an area where they were putting in port project. But i spoke to one person who is working with the french to stitch together a longer running record dating back through his country's colonial history marbella unika for seafood unique is from cameroon and he's a phd student in france right. Now he started in german archives. Because that was the colonial power in the late. Eighteen hundreds until france took control so he's gathered the french records as well and then he the cameroon records after it became independent in nineteen sixty. Yeah that's really interesting. Project and just a clear example of how the legacy of colonialism continues to impact science today. Yeah yeah i mean. It's digging through. His legacy is how he's kind of finding these records And there's really only one other long-term record in africa and that's from the car senegal so he knows cameroon could be crucial for improving global climate models But it could also be really helpful for cameroon itself. Nieto's just told me that. The country's largest city douala right on the atlantic coast and estuary and it's extremely vulnerable to flooding already. I'm just last year. There was a huge flood that displays thousands after really heavy rains. So when you add sea level rise to that it just makes the flooding issue worse. So he's hopeful that the historical records he's finding will lead to more detailed forecasts about just how fast the ocean is rising there because twala like other cities needs to start preparing now communities need to decide whether to move out of the way or build some kind of protection and
Apple reportedly developing next-gen ultra-thin displays for AR devices with TSMC
"Nikei sources say that apple partnered with chipmaker. Tsmc to develop micro. Ola displays would displays built directly onto chip wafers for use in our future. Headsets that displays underdevelopment are less than one inch in size with mass production estimated several years away the beta for iowa's fourteen point five adds accident hazard and speed check reporting to apple maps. A new report button is available in the bottom tray of maps to report incidents and voiced support for siri is available as well and analysis by cambridge university university although they probably have anniversaries also estimates that bitcoin mining consumes roughly one hundred twenty one point three six terawatt hours of electricity per year which would make a top thirty energy consumer if it were used by country however for context the researchers noted that electricity consumed in the us by always on inactive could power the bitcoin network for year. I liked that comparison there. It's like yeah that sounds bad but then also that Following its launch in australia. Google new showcase launched in argentina and the united kingdom offering now includes free and paywall two articles for more than one hundred twenty uk and forty argentinian outlets bringing its total to four hundred fifty publications twitter announced monetize daily active users increased twenty seven percent on the year in. Its q four to one hundred ninety two million but missed analysts expectations of one hundred ninety three point. Five million with growth slowing for the third consecutive quarter. Twitter also said wednesday it suspended more than five hundred accounts and reduced certain hashtag visibility in india to comply with several orders from the indian government amidst farmers protests on agricultural reforms in the country. The twitter accounts are only being blocked in india and don't include news media entities. Journalists activists were politicians who have twitter accounts and twitter. Cfo ned siegel said on cnbc. Wednesday that people removed from its platform are not allowed to come back and that applies to president donald trump. Even if he ran for office again. All right let's talk a little bit more about what twitter is planning jack dorsey. He's been talking a lot about decentralisation over the past couple of months what did he say. This time scott feels like every time i'm on the show. There's something about his little idea but on this same call with investors on tuesday twitter ceo. Jack dorsey explained how it's internet project or internal project rather called blue sky and this something. He first announced wave back in december of two thousand nineteen Could create a decentralized social network to give people more choice over their twitter twitter experience Dorsey said twitter might create multiple rhythms for you to choose from offer them alongside those made by others a sort of marketplace on a lot of detail beyond that but dorsey feels Choice like this would not only help out business. But dr more people into participating in social media in the first place Decentralisation could also help twitter address concerns about moderation neutrality. all that kind of stuff Pretty fascinating idea I i still hope he does it with partners. And not just a a twitter store with algorithm skins. Well i mean it sounds like it's it's a combination of both the way twitter sees it happening. The company itself would say all right. You might want this experience. We have enough user feedback to know that some users are frustrated with the kind of stock twitter experience and using hashtags and maybe Filtering out certain keywords or searching for users or topics isn't enough for you you want twitter built a certain way and we can do that for you but then the company saying also third party developers might have some really great ideas and we welcome those algorithms as well as long as you know people wanted that. Could this be something that people would potentially pay for in the future. I would think yes. Yeah although i mean his focus on decentralisation implies that this would be something out in the wild right to the for longtime twitter's been talking about maybe we'll partner up with an existing decentralized solution which there are a few out there like mastodon. And i think that's a really really interesting way to approach this to say what if we decentralized twitter and differentiated twitter is just one of the better ways to talk with folks but like you said scott. He thinks that would help drive more people into participating if there was a federation so to speak that mastodon is that right now but twitter isn't part of mastodon so you don't have enough people using it so it doesn't get that momentum that it needs if twitter gets behind something like that whether it's mastodon or something else then suddenly it's got momentum and if you could say like well what i would like is a more environmental spin on this. I want a more libertarian. Spin you know wanted to promote things that are more about molecular biology promote scientists. I want i want to have a spiritual issues in christianity. Promoted more you you could have that and still everybody be participating in the same network and to his point about moderation neutrality. If you're the one picking the algorithm then you might have issues with how that particular algorithm works. But there'd be less burden on twitter or any other participant to be the person in charge of deciding what gets promoted and what doesn't because you'd have a lot of different approaches to it
Apple, TSMC teaming up on AR headset displays
"Apple partnered with a chipmaker. Tsmc to develop micro. Ola displays would displays built directly onto chip wafers for use in our future. Headsets that displays underdevelopment are less than one inch in size with mass production estimated several years
How Galaxy Digital bridges the gap between the crypto and the institutional worlds
"A very simple thing to ask you. Which is what is galaxy actually do. Because every time i see described. It's usually a really vague. Term like galaxy is an investment firm in crypto or galaxy. Works in the crypto industry. Never see a release specific description of it i. We're going to try to be much crystal player so we have four or five businesses. Did anyone to break it out. We have one business. Which is were you know or adventure shop direct investing and so we've invested in eighty companies. That are building out the crypto ecosystem from new protocols like one inch or luna token to exchanges to custody services so anything that has touched the crypto ecosystem or quite frankly the virtual world ecosystem we're investing in so we have a giant portfolio of of investments. We have inventory of bitcoin. Theory of another coins that i personally trade And so by at one is going down and settlers going up and so that's our principal activities. Then we have what you'd call a traditional sales let sales trading credits. We lend money to people that are participating in the space that's miners. That's that are just normal. Customers lending on margin we have a derivative business. Right were the second or third biggest a market maker in options and so you want to do structure product or sell calls against your position or by plus where there for institutions we have an asset management business where we take other people's money in raise it we have a bitcoin fund We have the bloomberg. Bitcoin crypto index We have a venture fund that focus on the virtual worlds stuff and we have an investment bank a group of people that have great domain expertise in the space and we'll give advice on mergers and acquisitions on on capela raziq and so and then we have a mining division right. We are minding our own crypto. And that's mining finance its mining derivatives in its us mining ourselves and so pretty broad and diversified it's been focused on institutions not retail. And so that was a painful position to be in until about april last year. With covid happened right. i said l. the 'institutions are coming in men. they were slow and then covert happened. And they went from walking at one mile an hour to trotting to sprinting. And now it's like ninety nine mph. You know just mad dash and so you've seen hedge funds insurance companies asset managers all entering the space since april and. That's why when we went through twenty. We went right to forty in bitcoin. Those institutions are mostly buying bitcoin. But the moment you make a little money in bitcoin yelich. What else is in this space. And you look into the theory amoeba system. And you're like wow that's pretty cool too. And so then. They're putting some money in theory and then the final spaces will wear the real disruptions to happen is in defy defy really simply put his taking a blockchain breeds in the financial system. Right it is creating driverless. Banks or driverless. Insurance companies are driverless derivative markets. And that while it still. I think in the sandbox right. It's still working out the kinks in beings. Lloyd it's growing so fast that you could see the guppies jump out of the sandbox and become frog's really
Texas Department of Public Safety Accidentally Sends Out AMBER Alert for Chucky and Glen
"Texas residents got a startling warning friday of this week. Be on the lookout for a three foot. One inch male red hair weighing approximately sixteen pounds armed with a kitchen knife. The killer doll. Chucky is suspected of killing his son glenn. According to an amber alert sent out three times by the texas department of public safety Does not come to life nor discounted with his creepy son. The alert was a test shared by accident. Safety officials apologized for the alert calling it the result of a test malfunction quote. We apologize for the confusion. This may have caused and are diligently working to ensure this does not happen again.
Searching For Indoor Beauties
"Now because it's just grasses embarking things all of which i enjoy but we now have to look indoors for plants by that meaning. They're there I just walked by a whole raft of them. grafted tack time all kinds of sizes shapes and colors. Very very cute interesting and so on then right next to those was a plant. That is in flower right now. Indoors of course qalandia. Then african violence come into their own right now. Now they have been in of course before now but they're still outstanding at this point in time and then many large and small tropicals by that meaning the size the plant as well as the size of the leave and then some of the variegated tropicals posts and Some of the ivy's and so on are very pretty in their variegated nature and then if we look around and have taken care not to have too much water too much cold and so on on our poinsettias. They're probably still in half decent bloom at this time. I know that mine are and then looking back. You're cutting off of a white one and kept the breakfast kept the stems. The flowers dip stuck in a little vessel of water and i waited and waited and waited. Made sure the water stadium and then all of a sudden it's starting to show some new green leaves and lord knows the little rascal has rooted. I'm going to take a clear on through this winter out into the yard next summer. Let it develop. And i'm going to have a white one of my own so to speak next winter so those are the things that are happening right now and and one of the things too that is backing this statement of mine. The industry keeps track of sales and gross of of what is being grown so much like any other industry keeps track and the sales and a well. Let's call it. Sales of indoor plants has exploded this year. Many people being trapped inside needed something besides the dog or the cat would screaming kids and they have turned to indoor plants. And it's it's showing on actual sales records and that's good now one of the other things that i find really very interesting. Because i've looked at it several times a month apart. Countertop earns a friend of mine's wife has a very attractive when she grows six different herbs. Right on the countertop luminaries in the top of it place to put six pots little holders On and off switch well. It's a time thing. She tries to get sixteen hours of sun or sun light on these plants every day and loves to cook with fresh herbs. So there's all kinds of things that can be doing and color right now. Well what you should do is get one of those herb gardens and give it to your brother the gourmet and let him cook a nice dinner. If he was closer you can believe that would have been done. He he keeps over. A number of things in one is a bay plant now. I'm not gonna liberate too much but that would be plant has been cut back down to three feet tall. He totes it into the family room. Whether it's good light each fall brings it back out into the garden. Each spring and uses bay leaves galore in all of his cooking. So there's there's all kinds of things like that Sometimes i wish it closer. Sometimes we're about to write distance apart but when it comes to food and him being chef. I really wish he was a whole lot closer. There you go. Hey you know. Gardening indoors in the wintertime is different. Because there's limited light so limited growth right surely so mark and and then not only limited light but limited humidity many homes or dryers in the sahara desert by actual readings they're under thirty percent moisture in the air and so on Can and does shut plants down. I don't mean it kills them but they are not growing much right now. They should be in good light. They should be kept moist not wet but moist and no fertilizer right now while they're resting but it's just a different kind of gardening Where you may have had to water those plants if you keep the other things indoors all the time. You may have had to water them. Once a week. In the summer spring summer fall. Now you might even get by. They might even get by with every two weeks The best way to tell is put the first knuckle of your big finger into the soil if it's dried down that roughly one inch then it's time to water water to the point. Soya soiled gets moist. Excess water drains away. And then you don't water again onto maybe up to two weeks so it's just a whole different kind of gardening. Respecting the plants means where they don't have greatest needs while near dormant. Don't push him. Don't over water but keep minnesota on at least good ambient light at the site of a window so that they will continue to grow and be beautiful for you. Why
Gardening in Winter: Focus on Indoor Color
"Gardening indoors in the wintertime is different. Because there's limited light so limited growth right surely so mark and and then not only limited light but limited humidity Many homes are dryers in the sahara desert. By actual readings they're under thirty percent moisture in the air and so on This can and does shut plants down. I don't mean it kills them but they are not doing much right now. They should be in good light. They should be kept moist not wet but moist and no fertilizer right now while they're resting but it's just a different kind of gardening Where you may have had to water those plants if you keep other things indoors all the time. You may have had to water them once a week in the summer spring summer fall. Now you might even get by. They might even get by with every two weeks The best way to tell is put the first knuckle of your big finger into the soil if it's dry down that roughly one inch then it's time to water soil. The soil gets moist excess. Water drains away. And then you don't water again onto maybe up to two weeks so it's just a whole different kind of gardening. Respecting the plants means and where they don't have greatest needs while near dormant. Don't push him. Don't over water them but keep them in the sun or at least good ambient light at the site of a window so that they will continue to grow and be beautiful for you. Why no one thing that you always stress with me is the the fact that these pots have to be able to drain out. Yes mark and one of the things that makes it real slick. You can use any vessel. But i bought but clear plastic. Well bowls if you will their Their whatever woods base of the pot is a little more. they stand about an inch and a half high. I put pebbles any kind of pedals. But i have some decorative that i put in the bottom of those so they plant itself. Plant pot sits on top of the stone. Then when i water the excess can run out down into the area. The pebbles you usually doesn't overflow you have to be a little careful with that and then where the one or two standing still in the pebbles but not wedding the plant. There is evaporation of course and then evaporation humidity. Moving up through the plants gives them another break That is good for them. So you you actually keep your furniture in good shape. You keep your plants in good shape with not much trouble.
Samsung Galaxy S21 vs. iPhone 12
"Galaxy. S twenty one. Yes twenty one. Plus any s twenty-one ultra starting at eight hundred dollars for the standard model with the s twenty one plus costing about a thousand dollars and then the s twenty one ultra costing about twelve hundred dollars for years now. Samsung has positioned itself as one of the top. If not the top smartphone available on google's android platform as a result it is often considered the primary rival to apple in its iphone. So here's the question. How does the new line of samsung galaxy devices compared to the iphone. Twelve the latest model of apple's popular smartphone. That's we'll break down today. Let's start with the twenty one versus the iphone twelve the standard models. They're very similar. Screen sizes the same overall size. Weight of the phone is the same. Here's where they kinda stick out a little bit. The twenty one offers more storage at starting line so you get one hundred twenty eight gig versus sixty four gig at the start for an iphone twelve. The other thing is interesting to the twenty. One offers three cameras on the back of the phone basically meaning telephoto lens which is typically included on models of the iphone. Twelve pro are available here The iphone twelve has just two lenses on the back of its phone. So you're looking at four cameras. Total one front three in the back on s twenty one for his three total cameras one front two in the back for the iphone twelve also pricing pretty much. Exactly the same. So essentially within twenty. One you're getting an extra camera and more sword right out of the gate. The s twenty one plus versus the iphone pro with the iphone twelve pro again. You get a third camera on the back but telephoto lens. But what's interesting is the twenty one plus gives you a larger screen so instead of the six point one inch screen that you would have on the iphone twelve pro you end up with a six point seven inch screen on the twenty one plus so that's interesting to And again both. Those phones are pretty much on par price-wise prices the same. The size of the phone is really the difference here in terms of the screen. The starting storage is the same one hundred. Twenty eight gig but really. It's about that screen size. You get a lot more screen for your buck with that samsung phone now. Let's get to the granddaddies here. The ultra for the pro. Max with the ultra. You get six point eight inch screen so really not that big a leap compared to the plus the iphone twelve pro. Max is where you see a bigger leap and screen size from the pro. Six point seven inches When you're looking at the key features the pro. Max camera system has some smaller upgrades to get better. Zoom for example. I'm higher aperture as well. The twenty one. Ultra has an astonishing cameras on the back of the phone. So you get a second telephoto lens. That's interesting to price price-wise also it's about one hundred dollars more for the s twenty ultra versus the iphone. Twelve pro max. Here's another wrinkle to this though you have a fourth iphone. Twelve model the iphone twelve mini which is essentially the iphone twelve. Just in a much smaller size. In fact i just upgraded to an iphone twelve mini coming from an iphone seven and it's actually smaller than the iphone seven but it has a bigger screen and it's a nice phone and i think for folks that maybe are just tired of the bigger smartphone screens. It's a good alternative
Apple's Black Friday sale: not much
"If you had a sale and nothing was on sale. Well that's the apple four-day black friday sale makes me laugh to giving some gift cards but full price on all the products. I need to point them out to you if you like gift cards. Maybe it's not too bad but the headline gets me iphone. Get a fifty dollar apple gift card. Well only for models. That are not the newest the s e you can get a fifty dollar gift card still pay the full price three ninety nine. The iphone eleven five ninety nine. That's a phone from twenty nineteen or the iphone. Ten are the the phone from twenty eighteen. You get fifty dollars gift cards. Nothing no deal no sale price on the twelve series from this year for the apple. Watch you only get a twenty five dollar gift card. Not for the latest watch but for the series three which is several years old. The latest edition is the series. Six you can still buy the old watch for one nine and get twenty five dollars off the airpods pro. Please don't fall for this one. Twenty five dollar gift card if you buy the airpods pro for two forty nine the same thing that you could buy at walmart for their black friday sale for one sixty nine. The ipad a little bit more generous one hundred dollar gift card ipad pro seven ninety nine ipad mini three ninety nine no gift card for the entry level ipad which starts at three twenty nine. The mac no gift cards for the new heavily hyped. M one editions of the mac air or the macbook pro. You get one hundred and fifty dollar gift card for the older. I mac the twenty one inch version that sells for eleven hundred dollars or a hundred and fifty dollar gift card for the sixteen inch macbook pro which sells for twenty four hundred dollars apple. Tv set top box. Don't know if you guys have one of those i do. I really love it But it's pricey. It's i mean it's so much more expensive than a roku or amazon streaming stick one seventy nine and one forty nine and fifty dollars gift card for that or a hundred dollar gift card on the old homepods speaker from twenty eighteen which sells for two ninety nine so you can get basically hundred dollars off on that but the model they're selling this year is the homepods many for ninety nine dollars if i were you. I'd buy two of those skip the gift card because two speakers in stereo are always better than one. That's my take on the apple. Black friday sale apple only discounts once a year. But this year. The discounts aren't that hefty are they.
SpaceX launches NASA-European sea level monitor
"Well, the latest now on the U. S and Europe and launching a billion dollar satellite today to see the effects of climate change. Sentinel. Six Michael Freilich, launching from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. It's mission observe the world's rising sea levels. NASA's climate scientist Joshua Ellis, So in the nineties, sea level was rising at about two millimeters per year. In the 2000. It was more like three millimeters per year, and now it's more like four or close to five millimeters per year from 800 miles above the Earth. A satellite measures the height of the ocean with an accuracy of one inch. As a satellite ages. A second identical satellite will launch in five years.
NASA Satellite To Measure Global Sea Level Rise
"The oceans are rising globally. The average sea level is more than eight inches higher now than it was an eighteen eighty in the trend is accelerating. npr's rebecca hersher has the story about a new satellite. That could help. Scientists understand how climate change is changing our seas. Here's her story. If you live near the coast you've probably seen. Booties and other contraptions edge that measure. What's going on in the ocean including how high the water is but when it comes to understanding global climate change. There is no substitute for satellite data from space. You can see the whole thing. Josh willis is a scientist at nasa. He's leading the us team. That's launching a new satellite called sentinel six in collaboration with the european space agency. Sentinel six zip around the globe. Eight hundred miles up and look at the surface of all the oceans. It's really kind of an incredible feat of technology. We can actually measure the water level with an accuracy of about one inch from eight hundred miles up. Centeno six uses radar to make continuous measurements. A radar beam comes down out of the satellite it bounces off that surface and then it measures the signal coming back and by figuring how long it takes to go down and come back. You can tell how far away the water is. If you know how far away the water is you can figure out how high it is relative to the land sentinel. Six is the latest in a string of satellites that do this kind of measurement going back to the nineties but those missions were somewhat ad and scientists couldn't always be sure that there would be an exhibition mission when the current one ended. Which is a nightmare when you're trying to understand how the climate is changing overtime. Which is why they are really excited. This time the satellite will be up there for five years and then another identical satellite will launch to another five years so a decade of reliable data llewellyn thompson studies oceans at the university of washington. I use that data every day in my research thompson has been studying how. The oceans have been changing for decades. She says obviously sea level rise is tangibly important to people who live on the coasts but ocean changes affect everyone. What happens in the ocean doesn't stay there. For example currents and ocean temperatures affect weather in fish populations we can also use to sea level measurements. Understand how currents are changing how ocean story heat and hotter oceans can drive more powerful hurricanes and scientists use steel data from satellites to figure out exactly how hot the oceans are getting too because water gets bigger as it gets hotter so by knowing the sea level. We have an indication of how much the ocean has expanded. Because of warning josh willis of nasa says the sentinel six satellite is crucial because climate change is happening fast in the past scientists had to make do with less data about the oceans but now the earth rapidly warming climate scientists need as much information as possible about what's happening around the globe. Sea level is continuing to rise. And we can't stop measuring it. Every year every decade we're remaking the climate and raising sea levels higher and higher sentinel is scheduled to launch a november twenty first from california rebecca. Hersher npr news.
"one inch" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And here's the number one rule. The number one rule is to get a filter that you cannot see through. Okay, if you can hold your filter up, and you can see your hand on the other side, not a good filter. Okay. That's basically a sand sister. Take that out. Looking for gold or something take that to the beach with you? We call that Iraq stopper. It's good for golf balls bats butterflies and stuff like that. Okay. But it's not good at filtering your air, and it's not going to protect your heating and cooling system and you need protection, your heating and cooling system is expensive. That's what the filters for, for crying out loud. Okay. And these people, they get these little ones that you can see through. I mean I can watch TV through it. Okay. Come on people spend the money on a good filter. Good filters, don't cost you anything. They save you money. Now the correct one for you to buy. If you're going to get a one inch filter is a one inch pleated filter that's p pleated filter. Look for one that resembles the ridges in a ruffles or wavy potato chip, and it's gonna cost you somewhere between six to twenty dollars and I know it's a big span. I don't think that I would go for the twenty dollar one. And the reason why is because while they are great filters. They tend to be pretty restrictive. All right..
"one inch" Discussed on /Film Daily
"And so I hate to think how much it would be if I were custom framing any of the the bigger prints that I have because it was it was extremely expensive. I will say that Michaels is probably one of the more expensive custom frame places. Like, I I'm gonna I'll put some links in the show notes. There's places online that if you don't. Care about like getting a winning. You know, like a elegant looking wooden frame. If like, you're okay with having like, you know, a minimalistic one inch black bordered frame, you can get custom framing done pretty affordably. Like, you know, I'd say like a third of what you paid their Ben, Chris, what are your thoughts on framing? It's framing is way too expensive. I have a lot of art not not nearly as much as Peter. I think Jacob. But I usually just go I go cheap. You know, not too cheaply. I don't want to look like crap. I usually go to like target or Amazon, but I've reached the point now where if I'm ordering a piece and I see it's like some weird size like not some easy to find frame size. I usually just don't even order it because it's just a pain in the ass to try and find those, you know, odd sized frames. And I it's a really good frame. It is like outrageously expensive to like I went over to a place wants to get something framed. And it was like one thing. And it was like the guy quota me this out. Really it was almost like three hundred dollars. I was like, I'm not no, I'm not paying that. Like get away from me. So. You know, it's it's it's tough. You know, if you want to spend the money, then you have the money to spend. I guess I say it's probably worth it. So you know to protect them until they look good. But. It's tough, man. You know, I'm also running at a room. So I don't want to go to too much too much war too. Crazy. Yeah. Same for me. And I never even really considered a UV thing as being an option because my apartment is so dark. It doesn't really get a lot of natural light in the places where I've hung stuff up. So I don't really have to worry about that. But that's something to consider. You know, if I ever move into a different place where the sunlight is different. But yeah, it's a good thing to think about, but I think it's like you're gonna have to budget for it in a serious way. One other interesting thing to mention is a lot of people like that are in the print artwork world will get like these like custom Matt's like these big lake, you know, to the Matt is like colored to re-, you know. To showcase the colors in the peace. And I feel like I just avoid that. Because I wanna fit more art in my wall. So I want you know to remove less wasted space for. That's what that's how I look at it. But but Jacob you mentioned you do some batting. Yeah. It depends on the piece, but I think the right chosen Matt can really bring out the colors and a piece and it really worked beautifully. I'll try to take some fresh pictures after we record here of some of my mad at work. So you guys can take a look and see how looks but like a living room, for example, where I have you know, the JC Richard Lord of the rings. I have Mondo iron giant and labyrinth and some of them balmy gallery where it's an living room area. It's meant to be home in comfortable having those Matts makes it feel like a home rather than department. If that makes sense, maybe a little snobby by may makes my entire house feel like adults live there in a way that makes. My mom happy. She always comments on it. So I said it just depends like how you want your house to feel and for me the Manning's never gotten in the way of adding more stuff. I've always been pretty good about, you know, Tetra saying it all together by the matting is expensive. It just matter of how snobby you wanna be about it. But I also find that like picking Matt colors and layering together can be really fun and satisfying and really draw your.
"one inch" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And here's the number one rule. The number one rule is to get a filter that you cannot see through. Okay. If you can hold your filter up, and you can see your hand on the other side, not a good filter. Okay. That's basically a sand sister take that out looking for gold or something take that to the beach with you, we call that Iraq stopper. It's good for golf balls, bats butterflies and stuff like that. Okay. But it's not good filtering your air, and it's not going to protect your heating and cooling system. And you need protection your heating and cooling system is expensive. That's what the filters for for crying out out. Okay. And these people they get these little ones that you can see through. I mean, I can watch TV through it. Okay. Come on people spend the money on a good filter. Good filters. Don't cost you anything. They save you money. Now, the correct one for you to buy if you're going to get a one inch filter is a one inch pleated filter that's p pleated filter look for one that resembles the ridges in a ruffles or wavy potato chip. And it's gonna cost you somewhere between six to twenty dollars. And I know it's a big span. I don't think that I would go for the twenty dollar one. And the reason why is because while they are great filters. They tend to be pretty restrictive. All right. The machine has a hard time getting the air through them having one of those little one inch twenty dollars filters on your furnace or heat pump or air conditioner is like you. Or I running down the street.
"one inch" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And here's the number one rule. The number one rule is to get a filter that you cannot see through. Okay. If you can hold your filter up, and you can see your hand on the other side, not a good filter. Okay. That's basically a sand. Sifter take that out looking for gold or something take that to the beach with you, we call that Iraq stopper. It's good for golf balls, bats butterflies and stuff like that. Okay. But it's not good at filtering your air, and it's not going to protect your heating and cooling system. And you need protection your heating and cooling system is expensive. That's what the filters for for crying out loud. Okay. And these people they get these little ones that you can see through. I mean, I can watch TV through it. Okay. Come on people spend the money on a good filter. Good filters. Don't cost you anything. They save you money. Now, the correct one for you to buy if you're going to get a one inch filter is a one inch polluted filter. That's P pleated filter. Look for one that resembles the ridges in a ruffles or wavy potato chip. And it's gonna cost you somewhere between six to twenty dollars. And I know it's a big span. I don't think that I would go for the twenty dollar one. And the reason why is because while they are great filters. They tend to be pretty restrictive. All right. The machine has a hard time getting the air through them having one of those little one inch twenty dollars filters on your furnace or heat pump or air conditioner is like you. Or I running down the street.
"one inch" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And here's the number one rule. The number one rule is to get a filter that you cannot see through. Okay. If you can hold your filter up, and you can see your hand on the other side, not a good filter. Okay. That's basically a sand. Sifter take that out looking for gold or something take that to the beach with you, we call that Iraq stopper. It's good for golf balls, bats butterflies and stuff like that. Okay. But it's not good at filtering your air, and it's not going to protect your heating and cooling system. And you need protection your heating and cooling system is expensive. That's what the filters for for crying out loud. Okay. And these people they get these little ones that you can see through. I mean, I can watch TV through it. Okay. Come on people spend the money on a good filter. Good filters. Don't cost you anything. They save you money. Now, the correct one for you to buy if you're going to get a one inch filter is a one inch pleated filter that's p pleated filter look for one that resembles the ridges in a ruffles or wavy potato chip. And it's gonna cost you somewhere between six to twenty dollars. And I know it's a big span. I don't think that I would go for the twenty dollar one. And the reason why is because while they are great filters. They tend to be pretty restrictive. All right. The machine has a hard time getting the air through them. Having one of those little one inch twenty dollars filters on your furnace or heat pump. Or air conditioner is like you're running down the street with a wet. Cloths stuffed in our mouths..
"one inch" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"Yeah. Forty dollars per month or more. So that way we don't have somebody saying ten dollars for a max of ten dollars and try and get the benefits of that would come forty dollars a month. Just be cool speak cool that hey at that price. We'd prayer do just about anything if you break up with somebody. I'll have Aaron call and break up for you. I mean, if you live in the area. You need a dog. Walk a walk dog to not anything let let's let's there's got to be caveats on that. We won't right. All-volunteer Erin for whatever. My. Do you realize this was part of the other duties as agreed to do? Has anybody? Have you watched that fire festival documentary? I have not no. There is this moment where this guy's like I was about to give a blowjob forever on water. That is not what I will do. There. There will be limits. I am not that dedicated. So we don't want to be we have to make sure that we don't violate the sex trafficking and getting kicked off the page cast. Exactly. What's bad? Okay. Louis. Yeah. The diarrhea. Oh god. If you know anybody who owns a screen printer. Let us know. No, we're we're or or have ideas for merchandise providers. Dabbling we've been looking Dibble dabble Dibble dabble somebody somebody that can take care of the ordering and the shipping because we do not want a garage full of merchandise that we'll never sell. No, the three of us between where we live. It's not gonna it's not gonna be good. If we had a sore bunch of shirts, they'd all be covered in sawdust pretty quick, right? Because our main storage areas also my workshop, right? Yeah. If I saw them dust, dust, everywhere dust everywhere, this is this is the desert. Do Do I know? I know a lot of that kind of dust, but it'd be like us. Yeah. Pentagon Diskin skin dust may become air purifier. But maybe baby. But I get it. There's dust everywhere. We do live in arid land. We are not a true desert. Though. No, we are one inch away from being a true desert suite of rainfall, so we get like now, we get lots probably going to be. Yeah, we get like thirteen inches in a true desert is eleven so to all right. There are parts of Idaho, naturalist, drop, the my. Okay. So so this is an arid area a very arid areas. It's dusty. And. We will hopefully have information soon on the. Retreats? We are looking at some possibilities. Mostly the end of July or early August August for time pretty well. Settled island park, we're just determining whether or not is going to be private cabin or a campground and. Yeah. And island park for those either don't know has the longest main street in the United States. Oh. Really? Yep. I think Connecticut made one oh, okay. Well pill. Is ridiculous. There you go. Good one. Aaron we like to say this the Mississippi. Yeah, we do. It is listening. Our from Yellowstone. And it's there an eastern Idaho. It's it's pretty cool. Lots of of really good attractions right there. It is a great place to go spend time and leave money behind. Nice. I've never been there. Well, you're cordially invited. Right. We'll see. We'll see maybe maybe that will happen. I don't know. Maybe he'll be doing festivals. I don't know. And one other thing. Pulled me off the ground, mama. If any of our ten percent of listeners that are in the DC metro area or near the DC metro area. And have connections for possible venues. I have an idea. Please reach out to me. Yeah. Not the poultry one, right? Whatever that poultry convention, not leave us alone. Oh my God. Oh, yeah. The spam. Poultry could there was another weird wasn't other one some other farmers convention. But that is not sorry. I told Larry station, but kidding poultry convention. Yeah. That's it's registered. No, no. I have not. And so that wraps up for this week. Aaron do you have anything to plug? No. But hopefully soon I say that so like down because last week. Oh, just let you know update. I did have a showcase I did. Fortunately, I didn't play good on the show because I didn't know. And then it happened before the the show was released. Right. I can't hear myself. It's totally cool. But success. It went really. Well. That's awesome. Congratulations. Well, so hopefully soon I will be having things that I can plug there..
"one inch" Discussed on WLAC
"Little over one inch. The average weight grew Fairmount about ten pounds and men middle aged men shrunk by half an inch this I guess is tied to our sedentary life. Style. Right. Is there anything else, we're not? We just haven't made the adjustments. Well, it's our sedentary lifestyle. And I am not a doctor. But but what I'm hearing from a lot of people, and I quoted three people in the story, and I know lots of other people, and I think we all do that a lot of stress eating, you know, it's it's been well documented now people there's there's more people are describing being anxious. The stress is so high workforce's or art are being cut jobs are being people are working two jobs. There's a lot more stress eating when you think about addiction. I hear from people. I've done a lot on opioids and alcohol recently. But I know a lot of people that aren't addicted to any of those, but they're eating a bag literally like a bag of M and M's at night like they just sit and eat like that. And then hate themselves in the mornings. So it does sound a little bit like addiction. She's and I think what what's so stunning. Here's to is that you know, we can all say, Yup. We're bigger thicker. Though were heavier and all that other stuff, but the trickle down in terms of the health aspects here are just startling. Yeah. When you think about the the healthcare costs, I did a story about a year and a half ago where obesity was approaching tobacco.
"one inch" Discussed on WLAC
"In two thousand sixteen and men's crew about one inch a little over one inch. The average weight grew Fairmount about ten pounds. And that men middle aged men. Shrunk by half, an inch this I guess is tied to our sedentary life. Style. Right. Is there anything else, and we're just not we just haven't made the adjustments. Well, Terry lifestyle. I am not a doctor. But but what I'm hearing from a lot of people, and I quoted three people in the story, and I know lots of other people, and I think we all do that a lot of stress eating, you know, it's it's been well documented now people there's there's more people are describing being anxious that the stress is so high workforce's are are are being cut jobs are being people are working two jobs. So there's there's a lot more stress eating when you think about addiction here from people we have done a lot on opioids and alcohol recently. But I know a lot of people that aren't addicted to any of those, but they're eating a bag literally like a bag of 'em's at night. Like, they just sit need like that. And then hate themselves in the morning. So it does sound a little bit like addiction. She and I think what what's so stunning. Here's two is that you know, we can all say, Yup. We're bigger thicker. Though were heavier and all that other stuff, but the trickle down in terms of the health aspects here are just startling. Yeah. When you think about the the healthcare costs, I did a story about a year and a half ago where obesity was approaching tobacco when it comes to the association with cancer.
"one inch" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You just have the one inch ones. You should be changing those every two months or so my he told me I was too stupid to use those now I have they've they've switched mine over to those five inch filters air bear. Those all replace every four months or so he usually don't have to do that. Unless your ducts are dirty. You can look at them. And they look like they're loaded, but really a loaded filter is more efficient than a non loaded filter. All right. Oh, I'm from the one inch like the three filter. Charge. But that's what he goes. Because I couldn't remember to change them. Yeah. It was so efficient and was pulling in so much dirt and would clog so quickly by you're probably too stupid use this. So did he say? Yeah. He did. You know, that goes with my first rule men are stupid learn to work around it. So if you're that guy, then you've got to get to a different less efficient filter and change. Yeah. That's what I go. So now now I actually have the five inch. I get very emotional. I talked about filters. I'm like, I'm like, that's what Pat does every time. I sorta quaver in my voice. He's over here with his arms around me emotional. Yeah. All right to three nine ninety three ninety three is our number. The other thing that you might think about doing is getting down in the crawlspace down on the crawlspace two weeks ago. And I found some ninety the deal with was cat. Actually, God bless him. It was a seven year old duck that went into to a closet area that had never been connected house down there. And I go boy hear something what am I here on? So I my my crawlspace floor. I put a two inch cap of of concrete arm. I put a creeper down there. And I just grabbed that floor Joycean in move down on on wheels. So I get all the way down there. I'm going something's not right. I'm feeling air. What am I feeling? I looked up and they had they just had not come connected. A two foot piece of work. And where was that duck headed to? I mean, how many register, but it was an open ducks that depressurized the system as soon as I hoped that we got that hook backup. Wow. The the air flow and everything in the whole that whole end of the house was really a lot better. Yeah. And that's exactly. My point. You finds you find stuff seven years had been in. And you don't have to be, you know, a professional go down in kinda crawl around the crawlspace with flashlight looking for water looking for drips looking for have I would have people if you have first floor bathrooms. I would have people flush the toilets make sure there's not one or generally, you would see it. But you know, sometimes the water the spirit's on the outside can be causing trouble. So there's a lot of things to look at down there. Especially in the wintertime, you want to see that that you don't have critters coming in. You wanna make sure that there are no drafts that you feel because you really won't feel that in the summertime you'll the real issues with weather infiltration, come in the wintertime, especially when it's a cold day outside when I was in my twenties, and we built this house, and we had kids running everywhere. I so that I didn't have to go through the crawlspace the the entrance from the outside. I cut a hole in the closet. You know, just cut a hole in the plywood. Jump down to the crawlspace easier. And I was young and always doing something down there. And and Beth would work at the store in the morning. And then if I had the late shift at work one nine and she'd work in the morning shift. And so I'm watching the kids, and I was doing something down. I don't remember what I was doing. But I lost a three year old. And I'm I'd come up out of the crawlspace. And all of a sudden Jenny was missing. So it was. Guinea who's about to get married has longtime ago. Yeah. And she got down on the crawlspace. Yep. I find my panicked looking. And I look just walked in that closet and standing there is a three year old looking up out of the crawlspace climb.
"one inch" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Men's crew about one inch little over one inch. The average weight grew Fairmount about ten pounds. And that men middle aged men shrunk by half, an inch this I guess is tied to our sedentary life. Style right or anything else in which is not we just haven't made the adjustments. Well, it didn't Terry lifestyle. And this is I'm not a doctor. But but what I'm hearing from a lot of people, and I quoted three people in the story, and I know a lot of people, and I think we all do that a lot of stress eating, you know, it's it's been well documented now people there's there's more people are describing being anxious. The stress is so high workforce's or are are being cut jobs are being people are working two jobs. Should there's there's a lot more stress eating when you think about addiction I hear from people. I've done a lot on opioids an alcohol recently. But I know I know a lot of people that aren't addicted to any of those, but they're eating a bag literally like a bag of M and M's at night like they just sit need like that. And then hate themselves in the morning. Sound a little bit like addiction. She's and I think what what's so stunning. Here's to is that you know, we can all say, Yup. We're bigger thicker were heavier and all that other stuff, but the trickle down in terms of the health aspects here are just startling. Yeah. When you think about the the healthcare costs, I did a story about a year and a half ago where obesity was approaching tobacco when it comes to the association with cancer the risk to. The cancer causing elements. So you've got, you know, cancer costs heart disease, so ma- so many other diseases are caused by obesity. And of course, the caught the healthy food is more available where I live a million places to get a salad, but go to certain parts of Washington DC where which I live near to and everything is fried food. And so people, you know, it's it's much easier to get a dollar hamburger than it is to Tobias salad much cheaper speaking with Jayne O'Donnell healthcare policy reporter at USA today. She's written a piece entitled if you think Americans are getting fatter, well, guess what your rights? They are. We are. It's a new study how about awareness. I mean, are we more aware that this is the case, and we're still not addressing it? Yeah. The I think I think we're we're more aware of it. But we're also I think just getting used to it. You know, a lot of women sizes are now bigger. I I mean, so so I'm wearing I'm wearing I as I get older I may have put on a few pounds. But I'm also wearing a smaller size. They're trying to make us feel better about her about our size. But it is kind of a major because there's so much publicity about the benefits of exercise did a piece of few months ago on fitness, the fitness guidelines show few of us are meeting the fitness guidelines and people just don't I personally made it I walk an hour in the morning, and I'm trying to do a pilot unlimited Pilates membership in trying to go like three or four five times a week. But a lot of people don't do that. Then they don't realize that there's a mental health benefit to. I literally feel better if I'm walking my dog in the woods than than if I didn't exchange gene O'Donnell healthcare policy reporter at USA today. It is twenty one minutes now after the hour on this weekend..
"one inch" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"That is her name. You watch brought troopers. This writer, though he's a runner. So scary to this is the first official image of her as the doctor that is saving hated hated so much. Yeah. Her trench coat saying, what is she wearing a sister missionary. That Sounds sounds fair fair. is not, hey, I'm not gonna lie. I like. Everything, but the trenchcoat to me this this is a quirky adventure outfit. Look. Arkansas that running with really, it's so. You said that that's an outfitter for key adventures that good or bad. I like it. Everything. Dr. Like I look so much part of each caviar. Yeah. And so I actually really like how they did her look. I don't. The only image is in her is from the back, and I just saw the trench coat now compared to be somewhat, doesn't very first announced there was the showed her from back in the key appeared at her hand charges eventually took off the hood to review. Tenant house the trench whole thing. I don't want any for one. It's kind of thing now as the troll combs Sherlock at one inch, nothing that it's hundred. They were trying to make them come about Shiva. Good morning. It's smart. No, I know. But that's what I'm saying. His character made it on. Been curve at Sherlock is modern times cellphones, what that hackers only like nine episodes have not, but they're each hour and a half long. Oh, mine's. Metflight lewis. No. It might be Ananta look on her face. It. It's not a video. Oh, my gosh will not what's been your Sherlock. Sure volt. Maybe I'll do.
"one inch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Weeks ago it's a very quick read I mean he should tone down Oh he regards. Himself a, little bit per ups He's a little bit A little, bit fond. Of himself but nanny but I bet you he's a fascinating guy to go out and have. A Heineken beer with I gotta tell you. A Cup of coffee he's gotta be an astounding person to. Spend time with astounding He runs the planetarium in Manhattan And. Near the end of the book. He said he wrote the stamp Until the day. I learned in, biology class that more bacteria live and work in one so the meter my call and the number of people who. Have ever existed in the world That kind, of information makes you think twice about who or what is exactly in charge True You have more bacteria living on one inch of the surface of your. Colon The number of people who ever lived Over all time on earth if you add, up all the people who ever. Existed including two billions of people alive now there's. More bacteria living on one square inch you comb I mean it's unbelievable it tells you how important it is. To cultivate healthy bacteria just like a garden when you, grow a garden you feed the. Garden you wish to garden or tomatoes will not. Too well You know they need a little calcium they. Need a, little fertilizer. They need a little nitrogen they need water well you have to do the same. Thing with tobacco area and, you call them you. Have to kind of think of it as a Gordon And you have to act appropriately defeated it if. You want a nurse you're bacteria you have to act appropriately So what feeds. The good bacteria what you, would consider. Healthy food cocoa green tea Siege like flaxseed notch salads you know beach and? Celery and lettuce Vegetables Fresh. Fruit they all numbers show whole grain. Cereals they all nourished a good. Bacteria, conversely certain things killed a good. Bacteria they act like pesticides. Bacteria, basically all those cleaning fluids you use when all sprays you use when you clean your, bathroom or you clean.
"one inch" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Fully funded every welfare program fully funded medicaid head start ebt food stamps you name it all of it in fact they get more money than what they asked for then you have chuck schumer's bridge his famous project has bridgewater project thirty billion dollars for a bridge and tunnel that's supposed to connect newark to new york city which by the way nobody there wants but he wants it for the graft he wants it there for the pork barrel spending so chucky gets thirty billion for his bridge trump for the wall blank you one point six billion ballers that's it half of it is still go to refence areas along the border and there is a provision in the bill that explicitly says that the one point six billion dollars cannot go towards any of the prototype walls that the president was looking at it can't even be used for one inch of concrete but here's the kicker in the bill twenty million dollars goes to jordan why to defend their borders fifteen million to egypt why to defend egypt's borders literally border security in the sinai in egypt twenty million to afghantistan to train female police officers to do what to guard afghanistan's borders we are shipping out mill by the way to the chinese who are now slowly overtaking us fifteen million for the chinese in economic development we're sending the chinese fifty million in foreign aid to help them with more economic development we are sending tens and tens of millions of dollars for foreign countries to build walls in their countries to build fences in their countries to build defend and bolster their own borders but when it comes to our own border blank you and so the president now is obviously very defensive he knows that a lot of his base sates a horrible deal where was the grandmaster negotiator where was the businessman all the politicians were stupid he wasn't stupid and he was going to negotiate circles around him well paul ryan one mitch mcconnell one chuck schumer and nancy pelosi won the swamp got him on this one and so now the president is claiming that the one point six billion dollars is a down payment.
"one inch" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations
"Klay you're going gonna search out the the matt's has been on the back and one inch okay i'm gonna win happens it happens yet feeling similar ioc partly because i'm pretty from outta town on the first one flies so it at once i've given up on the on the inaugural does it make a ton of says rita tried to chase it too quickly anyways right cool exciting one last story that i think it's interesting you know those little uh nabi tripods the like are super flexible bending the original lows yet i called jobe or job hip yet he cashed out the money he made building the stripe odds and is now making electric taxis like ariel taxes essentially mc mc smaller plant designed to uh move people i think the answer to the story line is like four people hundred fifty miles without a recharge or something like that jewish and there's a lot of money in companies and whatever in that space these days he is arguably more legit if only because they just got a 100milliondollar influx of funding from a consortium that seems to be uh doing it so super of light built tests to sylvie way out on a coastal area that the best way to get there is the fly in it's like a super long drive yet get there from anywhere pop right or users hop across you know us to fly in and what not is this crazy sort of stump works kind of development situation but it's happening and so make you feel a little better not having bought into this dr hans at one point my life all children and a pretty nifty the drive onto the patten's truck.
"one inch" Discussed on WCTC
"You take the battery out you're gonna raise everything so i haven't done that that's not true so it's not true okay uh i'm not sure which ipod this is but uh i think of that vintage it has believe it or not an actual spinning hard drive it does have the originals did they made these one inch tiny little hard drives the good news is you can open at other harddrive as nonvolatile does need power to save anything in there okay so the guy who told you that was mistaken it's not like ram where if it's not powered it'll go away it's it's on there so you can pull that harddrive and you probably can connect it up to a computer and pull what's on it off now i'm nervous about it because uh you don't wanna lose it right right and yeah well as i said when i when i did plug it in a in know what they used to plug in out i could hear the harddrive worrying this is good says get into a computer this is a good candidate for a trip to the apple store okay and i know they're going to say well we didn't even exist when you bought this however i think when you tell in the story there the you know he really the genius that the genius bar these are there that's were apple calls or tech support personnel whom store they have a lovely way and if you tell him an interesting story and they're going to be challenged by this they can do it they have the tools in the back there to open it up because you kind of pride open take the hard drive out in almost certainly they have the tools to access it now that i may be wrong you may go in there and they they may shake their heads say with another we can do for you but the first in my opinion the first stop is the apple store and at the very least they should offer you they they can for a fee put a new battery in okay and that's that would get it working again but what i really would i really would like them to do is really go all the way because you don't you don't care about this ipod you care about the right you.
"one inch" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"The other and you're making a one inch neat ball it branded out put it in the other net 350 for only about ten minutes because take long hm and then this bourbon sausage got that sweet savory uh the thing netted swimming in right that that meatballs are swimming in it guy that if you want a little more you can if attacked that what you chilly thought you could start with a hot chilli thought you can start with a mild want uh nuking contrast affect any way you wanna for anyone whatever you have for a group with plenty eating i like you this as an appetizer by it you want that go going it looks using a nieto like excuse me a side of rice or nice new it'll i make them about threeinch uh and still stained brown them off the in the righthand a put them in the i've been at three 50s for about twenty minutes and if it and i mean you wrote now if you're using let's say a ground venison a you're going to want to mix in what a ground pork or something to make that make ball i n n all my favorite matthew firm meatball county crown thief or ground ghanistan and a pound of crown cork i liked connected 5050 especially went on adding something like a boss to at the my quick recipe for me falls on the go if the pound the ground beef county ground or a half a cup of ritz crackers grind them up finely yeah it doesn't take much they're fairly delicate mauch those not out of half a cop uh uh diced onions and an egg the egg bind it together and this is the simple why eight you can get a little fear fear if you want to ask them walter pepper confuse me battalion fees newness good but this basic recipe will get you through just about everything and i like the idea of the of the rich crackers because those are have that buttery sort of flavor full touch to a dump day they do and this time of year were we're talking about family and traditions and we get a little nostalgic brits crackers maher missed i'll just for may.
"one inch" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Can either go one inch deep and a mile wide or we can go a mile deep we can go deep than one inch wide that's the difference here i'm trying not to cough okay does on pausing fill in for me would you like some water phnom good okay cancel first therapies does it supports your why when you take a look at an idea well first of all you just you got off the most important thing is when a new idea comes you is what is teased eyes to stop and i'll reflect on gray does it supports your why and then you're gonna take it through this next process is that a good idea who who is the right one sole number one is stop number two are you fully utilising everything in your business that you already are before we start implementing new things and if you are going to bring it into your organization or your situation make sure you go deep on it then end last who here only implement one idea at a time right i think the quite it's going to be chaos if dying at a whole bunch of different new things either you on an individual level or business owner you're you're this person you got a whole bunch a half done projects which equates the nothing getting completed quite lewis and then last one here will distract us from what we really what we already have hoop or if you have already ideas are concepts things that's working paying the bills getting it done put a fence around it and protect it because if you're jumping around all over the place you never going to get anything done can you got a focus especially in today's dana age we got the painting in the buzzing in the phones electronics nobody really takes any time to do any deep thinking or focus on any particular one project were all over the oliver the time and place yes so there's your life coaching moment for today goal deep instead of white okay eight so i think we've gotta a.