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1st French omicron case on Indian Ocean island of Reunion

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

1st French omicron case on Indian Ocean island of Reunion

"Japan Japan and and France France have have confirmed confirmed the the first first cases cases of of the the new new variant variant of of the the corona corona virus virus as as countries countries around around the the world world scrambled scrambled to to close close their their doors doors we'll we'll find find ways ways to to limited limited spread spread French French authorities authorities have have confirmed confirmed the the first first case case of of the the only only chrome chrome variant variant in in the the French French island island territory territory of of ray ray union union on on in in the the Indian Indian Ocean Ocean the the person person who who tested tested positive positive for for the the new new variant variant is is a a fifty fifty three three year year old old man man who who travelled travelled to to Mozambique Mozambique and and stopped stopped in in South South Africa Africa before before returning returning to to the the territory territory Japan Japan too too has has confirmed confirmed its its first first case case in in a a visitor visitor who who recently recently arrived arrived from from Namibia Namibia a a day day off off to to banning banning all all foreign foreign visitors visitors as as an an emergency emergency precaution precaution against against the the new new variant variant I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Antetokounmpo, Middleton help Bucks defeat Lakers 109-102

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Antetokounmpo, Middleton help Bucks defeat Lakers 109-102

"Young the son of a couple delivered its highest scoring game of the season he poured in forty seven and leading the bucs past the Lakers one oh nine one oh two the books have been playing short handed for most of the season but the other three best players out of a couple Khris Middleton Andrew holiday on the court for just the third time this season the Bucks improved to seven eight mills had returned after missing eight games with covert he tied ray Allen's career franchise three point mark with a fourth quarter three pointer finished with sixteen points tailing Horton Tucker had twenty five for the Lakers Chuck Friedman Milwaukee

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Analyzing Kyle Rittenhouse's Defense Team With Jenna Ellis

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Analyzing Kyle Rittenhouse's Defense Team With Jenna Ellis

"Bring up we were addressing in the last hour the ridiculous claims by the assistant DA there Krause Jim crows Who would somehow imply that Kyle rittenhouse was under some legal obligation to get into a fistfight with rosenbaum First in a Jedi again I'm not a lawyer that's obvious I wasn't investigated though I'm quite familiar with the law It's absurd It's like suggesting again Ray Lewis or Lennox Lewis or Mike Tyson approaches you in the street and throws up their hands and you're under an obligation to duke it out with him first before you pull a fire That is nowhere in the self defense code The essential component of many of them I don't know every single state law but the essence of it is you a reasonable person would be in fear of an SPI serious physical injury or death Is it not that's like the staple of self defense law in just about every state Absolutely And Wisconsin under waxing and I'm not an attorney in Wisconsin but that appears to be the same standard here And clearly the prosecutors were arguing bad points of law And this is where I think it's interesting that the defense didn't object And now closing arguments opening statements those aren't evidence And so you have to be careful as the defense training You don't want to object too much as if you think they're making a good point that you don't want the jury to hear But if I'm the defense attorney and I've done this before in trials is actually objecting to say wait a second That's a myth characterization of the law And just so we're clear judge would you reiterate And kind of put yourself on the side of the judge Like judge would you be helpful Because this guy is so bad he doesn't even understand that he's articulating the law terribly right now Could you please help the jury out thanks so much and make yourself look like you and the judge you know what you're talking about And that guy is a

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Scottsdale Moms Targeted by Secret Dossier Speak Out

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Scottsdale Moms Targeted by Secret Dossier Speak Out

"We have with us two moms who are fighting for liberty and freedom Amanda ray and Valerie Shannon. Get those names right? Yeah, good. Thank you. From Scottsdale, Arizona, so our audience is sort of briefed and versed on this whole drama. And partially so because I called out Jan Michael Greenberg for being a creep like months ago when I spoke at the because I just was like kind of a weird guy. And you guys have been on the front lines of this for a while. In Scottsdale, moms that were concerned about your kids education and you came out and spoke out about that, but in the recent weeks and now days this has become a national news story of what we have seen in Scottsdale. So let's just start from there. Let's start first kind of why were you concerned about your kid's education and then how did you get your how do you get into this? Do you ever think that you would be kind of in the midst of a national news story like this? No, not at all. I think like all of us we were not really paying attention to what was happening in education. And then when COVID hit and our kids came home and we started to get a bird's eye view into the classroom of what's happening. And then I realized how much control that school boards have. I didn't know a single board member's name. So when I found out that they had the ability to keep us learning, online, we started researching, and we discovered Jan Michael Greenberg, who was a 24 year old boy, unmarried, no children in the district had run unopposed and elected to make decisions for our children. And so, we tried to figure out what's his, what's his reason here? He was listed as a politician on his Facebook page, and I was like, well, this is nonpartisan. Why is he here? So we started to advocate for parental rights and transparency in the district and moms have instincts. And I think we all just like there's something not right here. And so we followed that and we just pulled that thread and then in August, in an unsolicited email, Jan Michael sent a screenshot of his desktop to another parent, as he was harassing her and calling her anti semitic and a white supremacist and told us that we were dangerous. Because because of a George Soros implication. Yeah, a screenshot of something that was said in a private group, he attacked her. We've always kept it to his issues and his behavior on the board, but he pulls the race car. Of course he does. Yeah, and he's a white male so he's an impressive, unless he pulls a race car, so he's got to pull something. So that's how it started. And he sent us the screenshot. We actually didn't follow it for a long time, because who's dumb enough to send a URL without password protecting it? So we then typed in the URL and I clicked on the link and physically got ill seeing photos of my 8 and ten year old, photos of me, photos of my homes and property records, background checks on 47 different parents. And it was yeah. I mean, we all just I was

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Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?

"The is not even an intelligent person You know they used to have Tim Russert that guy was unbelievable And before him Joel spivak and then they purposely lower their stainless but I have a question folks Here's the anchor on meet the press right What's his race mister White They have their Sunday show on ABC George Stephanie what's his race White They have a Sunday show on CBS nobody watches it What's his or her race White Isn't that amazing Jeff mother Zucker What's his ray He's white I can go right down the list Let's look at AT&T Board a director see ya White What's that all about The ownership of The New York Times always has been white they're immigrants Oh Look at The Washington Post who's at the head of The Washington Post a guy named Fred Ryan White Why does white can be That amazing An activity cross is there talking about truck drivers truck drivers She's met truck drivers and most of them she happens to know an industry populated by a lot of white men over the age of 55 We can't have that in America No no no In Tiffany what have you done for your country What have you done for anybody What have you done for black people Nothing You're a loser All you do is attack people

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Stephen Curry scores 40 points as Warriors beat Bulls 119-93

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Stephen Curry scores 40 points as Warriors beat Bulls 119-93

"The warriors domination continues as they beat the bulls won nineteen ninety three improved to an NBA best eleven and one on the season Stephan curry with a game high forty points right away like that for a games like it's hard to stay locked in you know with the routine kind of monotony of every other day here where you doing the same thing so it is it was it was it was really impressive for me nine three pointers and past ray Allen on the all time was for threes including the playoffs Andrew Wiggins added fifteen points for Golden State which has won seven in a row the bulls were without a clue to rich who tested positive for coated Zach lavine's scored twenty three and the Martin Rosen added eighteen and the loss Riley on San Francisco

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Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, on the Statistical Issue With COVID "Cases"

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, on the Statistical Issue With COVID "Cases"

"We are back with the president of American commitment fellow cup in. Phil, it's not just the statistics that are problematic and that have been played with have been exploited undermined there's also the semantics. There's a definition, the rubber rising. The playing with the definitions. One of the ones that first struck me was the way case was used. The word case. If you talk to medical professionals, if somebody catches a virus and doesn't even know it, but test positive, they don't call that a case. A case, historically in terms of praxis of the word, was an individual who got sick and had serious consequences either in hospital or out of hospital. I did a bit of research myself. I've looked at medical publications for decades. That's what cases meant. Under COVID, cases become anybody who tested positive. Isn't this another statistical problem? I think it's a huge problem. And frankly, the World Health Organization, of which I'm not a fan, but at least on this, they have it, I think, right, although no country to my knowledge actually follows them on it. Their case definition includes pneumonia on a chest x-ray. Wow. Their case definition includes a positive test and a confirmatory chest x-ray. I don't think any country actually follows the requirement. That's the case definition from the World Health Organization. Yeah. And the interesting thing to me about that is when you look at the death data in particular, only about half of the death certificates for COVID have pneumonia listed. That's fascinating. So, you know, is it that some of the people filling them out? Don't bother to write it because they think it's entailed and saying COVID maybe. But there's also a steep age gradient. The youngest deaths are the least likely to include pneumonia, so that the pediatric deaths only about a quarter of the death certificates have pneumonia

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What Can We Expect Next From the Durham Investigation?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | Last month

What Can We Expect Next From the Durham Investigation?

"What can we expect from this point forward? So is Durham wrapping up his investigation? There's still some skeptics out there, cash. There's still some cynics. Hey look, there'll be a couple process crimes, but don't hold your breath. You're not going to get a Comey. You're not going to get a struck. You're not going to get a page. You're not going to get him a cave. You're not going to get anyone from the senior level of the Clinton campaign. What do you think? Look, I've run these massive conspiracy, massive national security cases, and they take two. I spent two three four years on some cases. John Barnes in his second year. And he's working against literally everyone in government because Merrick Garland's Department of Justice doesn't want to prosecute this. And the Chris ray and the FBI don't want to. So I don't think you issue 40 page indictments for process crimes and tell the world what you're working on if you're just going to stop. That's my opinion. And remember to your audience, an indictment is the only way a prosecutor can tell the world what they're doing because they're not allowed to disclose their evidence. So John Durham has taken the time to methodically issue indictments totaling over a 101 hundred pages now for three people. That's it. And he's identified 15 individuals like the Clinton operative in the matter like Fiona hill like Michael sussman and the like, and I think that's why he's building a larger conspiracy. Now, look, I'm not married to this pipe dream that we're going to get Comey. I wish we could, but I unfortunately just don't think we have the Jews to do it. I do think we have a shot at Andy mccabe and that's probably why the likes of Peter strzok are out in the media now, parading around. Just like Christopher Steele did, parading around his false credibility, now Peter strzok's turn. And that should tell you something that may be something else that's coming down the

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Israel Reportedly Ready to Strike Iran in a Year

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:51 sec | Last month

Israel Reportedly Ready to Strike Iran in a Year

"Let's go to the news. It is going on, which is the announcement that Iran is expected back at the partying table, which is the worst possible announcement because that means team Biden is ready to cave. Well, if it's based on a remark made by a deputy minister, I don't know how much grief that you can lend to that. But we have to be prepared for everything. I think it's more importantly that it is ray leaders have been around the world today. Prime minister Bennet is in Switzerland and the message is always that Israel can not coexist with Iran that has a threshold capacity and is relaxed. Now, the Israeli press has been putting out a notices from the IDF, saying that there's now intensive training. So the Israel will be ready to strike within one year. Within one year, I'm not closer we have one year. Thank you. I think that's being very optimistic and, you know, I wonder what the purpose of those reports

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Reasons to Believe Founder Hugh Ross On How the Sun Affects Life on Earth

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | Last month

Reasons to Believe Founder Hugh Ross On How the Sun Affects Life on Earth

"Hey there folks, I'm talking to Hugh Ross. He is the founder and president of reasons to believe an extraordinary ministry and organization that has helped me a lot in making sense of how science accords with the God of the scripture, it's just wonderful to have you as my guest who we were just talking about something I don't think that I've heard before. You said that the earth in recent years very recently happens to be coinciding at a time when the sun is optimal for a planet like ours for life thriving on a planet like ours. And you said that window that perfect window is about a hundred thousand years where roughly halfway through that, what happened? What was the sun doing in the day of the dinosaurs or during the Cambrian era? How did that affect life on earth? Well, the windows fairly broad per bacterial life, about 4 billion years wide. For advanced global human civilization, that's where it's extremely narrow. And the time of the dinosaurs, the sun's fluttering activity was considerably greater than it is now. But they did not to worry about power grids being knocked out or the food supply being wiped out. So they did find what the sun having greater flaring activity. They did okay without having more x-ray and a gamma ray activity than it does right now. It's we humans that are most sensitive to that, and I got a new book come on and fine tuning, designed to the core, or I make the point that right now, the sun's luminosity stability is 5 times more stable than the next most stable star we can see anywhere in our entire

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Caller's Private Medical Office Suffers From Supply Chain Delays

Mark Levin

01:05 min | Last month

Caller's Private Medical Office Suffers From Supply Chain Delays

"I'm really upset with our transportation secretary who blows this just doesn't take this seriously But tell us about the medical supplies Okay Well I ordered some x-ray equipment and some of the x-ray equipment I couldn't get because our distributor said that it's on a cargo ship on the Olsen And then so I talked to him a little bit more and it's like he's having some issues getting the supplies in from his from overseas But also mark the bigger problem is we're having this problem with all of our supplies And you and your husband run a private medical office Doctor's office Yes Yes And yes small town Colorado And because we're not there's a backlog of supplies and then our supply cost have increased

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Jon Gruden Resigns as Raiders Coach Over Decade-Old Offensive Emails

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:25 min | 2 months ago

Jon Gruden Resigns as Raiders Coach Over Decade-Old Offensive Emails

"John Gruden has always been kind of a wild child in the NFL always been a little bit of a loose cannon, if you will. And I believe he was also he was also the coach of the Oakland Raiders in like the 90s. And then he went to the Buccaneers and led them to the Super Bowl very complicated. But then he rejoined the Raiders in 2018 after he was an analyst on Monday Night Football. Do you remember those things he used to sit down with the quarterbacks? And it was like Gruden's corner. I've never been a big fan of Jon Gruden. I'll be very honest. One in 2002, that's right, my memory's not too bad. I'm not going to be an apologist for Jon Gruden. Okay? I'm sure he lives a complicated life like most people in the NFL. But this recent saga involving in his resignation slash termination is disgusting. And the national Football Association is in many different ways. In enterprise that is built on a House of Cards. The entire structure of how many of the teams are filed as nonprofits on how almost every stadium is built thanks to taxpayer dollars. There's a lot of corruption that exists in the national football, the National Football League. And so it came out a couple days ago that John Gruden is going to be fired, or it has to speak out for his racist and homophobic emails over ten years ago. And I shrugged my shoulders and I actually didn't know where this one was going to go. Because John Gruden signed a ten year 100 million dollar deal with the Oakland Raiders. And now so he technically resigned whatever he says, I have resigned as the head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. I love the Raiders and do not want to be distraction. Thank you to all the players coaches and staff and fan fans of raider nation. I'm sorry I never meant to hurt anyone, John Gruden. And so it was revealed in some of these emails. And based from what I've said, seen should have said something's probably not no, was he joking around in private in a context that none of us can understand? Yes. He incited Joe Biden, insulted Joe Biden I can't even say what he called Joe Biden on air. It's kind of hilarious. Called Roger Goodell, a certain name. I'm no fan of Roger Goodell. So if this whole thing is like a Roger Goodell, apology tour, but here's what really matters. Here's the question. In the National Football League, do they ever allow people to do bad things and continue to participate? Like murder. How about rate Ray Lewis and his legacy of the unsolved double murder? Or how about you remember this one? You remember ray rice, who literally punched his fiance in an elevator? It was an elevator, right? Which gained total notoriety following the indictment he was released by the ravens and suspended, and now rice would be reinstated after he successfully appealed the league's decision. And this whole thing with John Gruden is this question of should you be judged by things you have said in private ten years ago to destroy your current

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"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Yeah, it's a terrible look it was the terrible loss at the end of a terrible road trip in which they had started by getting swept in Tampa by the rays right at the trade. Socks were actually in first place when that series started. They lost first place for good that I believe they went to Detroit. And I think they lost two out of three. Two out of three. Yeah, and then I think they managed to come up with your honor they split the four game series. They lost three out of four, but just yeah, just they lost three out of four. Yeah. Yeah, the Sunday game that was a terrible loss. A terrible road trip. The Red Sox, look, they were on the brink of just falling apart. And they found a way, man. They found a way like they did all year to kind of get up off the now and they look like they were sinking and that's what I'm saying they did in Washington also. And they did it in this Tampa Bay series. So it's kind of a theme with this team. It's just their resilience. Well, I want everybody to do themselves a favor, especially if you're a Red Sox fan and follow Ian brown's coverage of the Red Sox as they advance to the 2021 American League championship series by virtue of a three games to one victory over Tampa Bay and the American League divisional series. Nobody does the Red Sox any better. And covers them any better than one Ian M Brown with an E at the end on Twitter. Make sure you follow him. Also follow his coverage on Red Sox dot com and MLB dot com. In your great friend, obviously, you know that. And it's always a blast having you on Red Sox beat podcast. This is great talking to a lot of fun talking Red Sox with you and it's been a series. This season has been a thrill ride and no matter what happens going forward. In this next round, I don't think you can say enough about this 2021 Red Sox team. Sometimes the best rides are the unexpected ones and that's what I've come to now. Yeah, you're damn right about that charge. Want to thank everybody for.

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Walk it off: Red Sox eliminate Rays 6-5 with late sac fly

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Walk it off: Red Sox eliminate Rays 6-5 with late sac fly

"The red Sox walked it off for a second straight night to punch their ticket to the American League Championship Series with a six five win over the rays ki K. Hernandez had a one out sacrifice fly to plate the winning run from third and said Boston back to the ALCS for the second time in four seasons minutes of Dover and they it doesn't matter what happens all matters is that W. Rafael Devers hit a three run blast in the red Sox five run third inning wander Franco had a two run Homer for the one hundred win Reyes who raced a five nothing deficit but weren't able to defend their A. L. crown Gessen Coolbaugh Boston

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Ground Rule Trouble: Red Sox bounce Rays in 13 on odd call

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Ground Rule Trouble: Red Sox bounce Rays in 13 on odd call

"Christian Vazquez put an end to an epic postseason battle with a walk off two run Homer in the thirteenth inning to send the red Sox past the res six to four in game three of their American League division series basket smoked the first pitch he saw from rays reliever Luis Patino into the green monster seats ki K. Hernandez finished three for six including a solo blast in the six to give him his franchise record seven consecutive postseason hit young DDS was held at third on Kevin cure Myers ground rule double in the top of the thirteenth after the ball bounced out of play off of red Sox right fielder hunter Renfroe Gethin Coolbaugh Boston

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Red Sox flex muscles, power past Rays 14-6 to even ALDS 1-1

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Red Sox flex muscles, power past Rays 14-6 to even ALDS 1-1

"The Boston Red Sox pounded out twenty hits led by a five hit performance by Kiki Hernandez to defeat the Tampa Bay rays fourteen to six in game two of the American League division series one night after taking over for caller Hernandez finished with one of Boston's franchise record five home runs in the game and also had three doubles talk to hitting coaches and we came up with a with a with a plan to work for and and the Cajun isolated to the two B. P. and I feel a little bit better and I had an okay game Jenner how could earn the win taking over for Chris sale who allowed five first inning runs the way it allows the red Sox to even the best of five division series at one game apiece splitting the first two games at Tropicana field Steve Kerr in Saint Petersburg

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Arozarena shines, Rays blank Red Sox 5-0 in ALDS opener

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Arozarena shines, Rays blank Red Sox 5-0 in ALDS opener

"The rays take the opener there A. L. division series with a five nothing shot out of the red Sox wander Franco put Tampa Bay ahead with an RBI double in the first and scored on an RBI single by young D. D. as later in the inning Randi Rhodes arena added a solo Homer and also stole home getting kudos from manager Kevin cash the steal of home but that was you know one of the cool things I've seen on a baseball field he looks Betul player he certainly gets up for the moment he's proven that Nelson Cruz also went deep for the rays Tampa starter and winner Shane McClanahan allowed five hits and no walks over five innings losing pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez lasted just one and a third innings allowing two runs two hits and two walks on the ferry

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"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

05:01 min | 2 months ago

"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Ends October 10th back with Alex barth of 98 5 the sports hub and you can follow them on Twitter at real Alex barth, apparently doesn't know how to center himself on his camera as we're doing. Podcast. Are you with us? Yeah. Okay. You could move over to your right just to see, I get because there's this. I don't have like a perfect way to balance everything here. Way to prep for this podcast, I appreciate it, Alex. You come through for us all the time, you're awesome. All right, let's spend some time as we wrap it up on the Tampa Bay Rays and the things that the Red Sox is going to have to do. First of all, they're starting pitching is going to have to control the top 5 batters in their order which figure to be. Randy, rosarina, playing left field, wander Franco, the super sensation rookie that was brought up in mid season and he hasn't disappointed. He's their shortstop. DH Nelson Cruz, who has experience up the wazoo. This will not be in a bigger than life situation for him batting third. Batting fourth cleanup is third baseman yandy Diaz and batting 5th, second baseman likely to be batting 5th Brandon Lau with a lot of pop. He had three homers in a game I believe recently against the New York Yankees a blowout win as the Tampa Bay Rays clinched a hundred win season in the best record in the American League. That's one thing. And the other thing is their rotation. The Red Sox are going to face Shane mcclanahan in game number one. And he it seems like we say this every year, Alex barth, about Tampa Bay pictures. He had a breakout year as a young picture in the ray's rotation. He's a left hander he had a ten and 6 record this past year, 3.43 ERA. He starts game one a little more than a year after he became the first picture in MLB history to debut. Make his debut in the postseason. He posted a 3.01 ERA with 99 strikeouts over the last three months of the season. And, you know, he is a guy that is really, I think in a try and give Tampa Bay a boost right out of the gate. Yeah, I mean, I think they've got a bank on him because without glass now. And we talked about this a while ago, like, I thought Tampa was out of it without glass now, because I wasn't a huge fan of their pitching rotation now. Mcclanahan's come on and sometimes it's hard to project with rookies right and he's obviously been that guy. So he checks a box, but Ryan Yarborough struggled Michael walker's struggle. So if you can, if you're the Red Sox, and this is obviously easier said than done. If you can take a game started by mcclanahan, you really put the raisin corner. It's not impossible for the Red Sox to win it if they lose game one. But it kind of becomes tough for the race to win it, right? If they lose it because then they're pitching potentially against totally blown up. So mcclanahan is a pivotal player in this series. I don't have a splits in front of the Red Sox when it pulls up right now because I'm actually curious, but I think this first game is going to tell us a lot..

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"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

04:56 min | 2 months ago

"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"I think for the Red Sox to give the Tampa Bay Rays, all they can handle and have a chance to win the best out of 5 series. So it's funny. I was talking to Matt McCarthy from 98 5 of the sports club last night. And he brought up an interesting point that the Red Sox just on the way he's performed actually might be a better lineup without shady Martinez in. And obviously, you know, the discounts a few things there because he's a value part of the team. You want him around, but given kind of what they did at the deadline and the way their roster looks, it allows you to DH schwarber, which helps you defensively in the outfield that gets Kiki, Hernandez in the outfield. We saw last night, how important having KK Hernandez out there is for dugo misplaced that ball and left field in Hernandez stops that run from scoring by a lot and look, Phil Nevin shouldn't have sent Aaron judge, but they Hernandez in Bogart still made the play and that was another turning moment in that game. By the way, a quick PS, a PostScript to that play. Yes, it was probably a terrible decision by Phil Nevin to send Aaron judge on that play at the plate. The next play was a pop out the third base. He likely doesn't score and really what I think is going through Nevin's mind at that point and I don't think Alex Rodriguez was thinking of this when he criticized him and Vasquez in the same way. The Yankees were not hitting Nate of Aldi. They felt desperate. We need to get this second run in to put some pressure on avadi. That's why he was sent to the plate. Had the Yankees been showing the ability to work of Aldi, get that pitch count up. And we're hitting them all over Fenway Park. Different story. I don't think he does send them. But because they were struggling so badly, the Yankee offense was not getting anything out of anybody. I think that's why they decided to well that's why Nevin decided to send him. So that's a really interesting point actually, because if you go back, you watch that replay, neva never really looks at the ball. He's kind of just watching judge the whole time. Right. And I wondered why he did that. You know, you wouldn't, it's his job to kind of see where the play is at because the runner's not looking and let the runner know whether or not to go. And Nevin's not looking at the play. And I was like, am I looking at this wrong? Is he out of it? Did I miss something, but what you're saying now actually makes sense because he and his head knew he had to send him regardless of where the ball was. So that that would actually explain where he was looking. So that's a very interesting point. But yeah, you know, I thought that that, how did we get into this again? I thought that that was a turning point in the game. And yeah, so I mean that was maybe play in the game. So I think that there is inherent value when he comes back..

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"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

05:12 min | 2 months ago

"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Hey everybody, it is drags and this week we have a second special emergency edition of the Red Sox beat here on seal on us media. Of course, the Red Sox beat the New York Yankees 62 in the wild card game on Tuesday night before a raucous crowd of 38,000 at Fenway Park to discuss it all. And yes, look ahead to the American League divisional series with the Tampa Bay Rays. I welcome back old friend Alex birth of 98 5, the sports hub, follow him on Twitter at real Alex barth all one word. Pretty entertaining game I'd say for Red Sox fans on Tuesday night beginning in the first inning with the two run Homer by Xander bogarts. Wouldn't you say Alex? Yeah, I enjoyed it. I think, you know, from a fan point of view, it was what you look for where there was just enough drama and nervousness to make you feel alive, but not quite enough to never became too scared to handle. And I mean, we'll get into it. You know, when he took of all the out there when core took of all the out there and I know he'd given up a couple of hits, but he's pitching well and you think, uh oh, this we've seen this before. This decision has come back to haunt managers and, you know, kind of scooted to the end of your seat a little bit, but besides that, I don't know that there was ever too much doubt on the Red Sox fans part. I think that Matt Vasquez and what's his name down there in New York, they had their moments of especially there in the first and not a rod, no. Their Yankees radio announcer. Oh, God. John Sterling. I don't know if you saw the clip. I didn't know the first inning. Oh, you haven't seen that? I need to go back and watch it. Do you want to start right here? I mean, I'll tell you. So you saw that surgeon, right where he thought that ball stand hit in the first thing was our home run. Yes. Yes. I know exactly what you were talking about. And to be honest, I'm like, oh my goodness, that is a bomb. It's gone. And I think everybody was fooled, including Mike Stanton himself, right? Yes. And by the Carlos Stanton. The camera work from ESPN didn't help..

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A capsule look at the Red Sox-Rays playoff series

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

A capsule look at the Red Sox-Rays playoff series

"The top teams in the AL east are squaring off in the division series the Sox lead the division by four and a half games on July seventh only to finish eight games behind the race Tampa Bay won the season series eleven to eight despite losing the first four meetings with Boston J. McClanahan starts game one for the rays on Thursday after going ten and six during the regular season he'll be opposed by thirteen game winner Eduardo Rodriguez Chris sale could start game two against rookie Shane buys both sex manager Alex Cora said Wednesday he's not sure JD Martinez will be available due to an ankle injury I'm Dave Ferrie

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Where Was FBI Director Christopher Wray Today?

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Where Was FBI Director Christopher Wray Today?

"You remember folks when general milley remember him He was never going to comply with orders from the president of the United States Should he trigger the insurrection act against those looting and burning our cities and beating our cops and killing people Of course we now know general milling never had that authority has no combat control None the less He made it clear through his various leaks he would never do that he would view that as unconstitutional Remember all that So where is the director of the FBI today Christopher wray Why isn't he speaking out and saying I'm not going to participate in this It's not only unconstitutional It's worse We're not going to trash parents and taxpayers and treat them all as if their domestic terrorists Where is Christopher ray today He's nowhere

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"rays" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:58 min | 3 months ago

"rays" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"If you live at a higher altitude let's say denver or kito ecuador you'll have more radiation exposure than someone who lives at sea level likewise flying in airplanes will increase your radiation exposure due to cosmic rays. Your level of exposure will primarily. Depend on how much you fly. And at what altitude you fly for the most part cosmic rays pose. No real health read all life. Forms throughout the history of life have been exposed to cosmic rays and we evolved for our dna repair low level radiation damage. One thing that can't be damaged by cosmic. Rays is computers. If a particle hits the right part of a processor or memory chip it can flip a bit. Causing an error in two thousand and three there was an election in belgium that was conducted electronically the results were more than the number of votes cast in an audit checking. The paper ballots also cast found that the air perfectly corresponded to a single bit in a single computer which could only have been caused by stray cosmic ray particle this is why computers on spacecraft have to have so much redundancy the space shuttle's head to have triple redundancy for exactly this reason the issue of cosmic rays is also a huge consideration for long term spaceflight the only time humans have ever been outside of earth's magnetic field was during the apollo missions and that was only briefly the issue of cosmic rays is a considerable one that needs to be considered for any mission to mars. One proposal would be to surrounded ship with water. Which would stop most of the cosmic rays. The problem is that water is heavy and either we would need to get it from the moon or we need to get it from earth. There's one thing one big thing. I haven't yet mentioned. Where do cosmic rays come from. Sure they come from space but where in space. Exactly the truth is no one really knows. You can't just detect. The direction of particle is coming from. Because they're so easily influenced by magnetic or gravitational fields not just the gravity and magnetism of earth but also that of the sun or even possibly the galactic centre the particles which are flying around space may come from other stars the center of our galaxy or even other galaxies wants a particle is jettisoned. You can basically travel forever until it runs into something. The smallest change in it's trajectory will render its origin impossible to determine. They're actually many theories about where they come from. But it's very difficult to actually prove anything. Cosmic rays are all around us all the time and always have been. There really isn't anything you can do about them. And so long as you remain on earth it also really. Isn't anything to worry about. Whoever if you're traveling in interplanetary space it probably is something you might want to consider. The associated producers have everything everywhere daily. Are peter bennett. And tho- thompson if you'd like to support the show. Please join the list of patrons over at patriot dot com and also remember if you leave.

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"rays" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Rays. So why does meditated the home and pop pay of the heights of building New Roman? One day every time I'm in Vegas screaming like he's Elvis, but I just wanted design hotels and now there is real. Get me filling Israel. Yeah, like bar Raphael. If you say Oh, no, that's Brazilian with deep depression with my mama pass. Suicidal can attack his day. But I've been talking to God. So long nap. You look in my life. I guess he's talking back when my click click. Ain't nobody fresher dead. And my mama Clinton has a little ride down. Do it like my clinic. Man, man, man they want they want them for a walk. Go. KBW won't rember ht one Los Angeles This is the power when I was six Christmas playlist. But I'm always right. Lower shoot e no other fine. I'll tell you, I'll tell you time ready, scream like a thief in the nine call you Bang Bae for today. Or basically nine. Mama. What if she wanna can 49 e looked up? Give me so none big round. In the hole with the relish for chaotic dinner. Bring $300,000 audition, But I'm always right. So no one shoot, and I know other fun. I'll tell you, I'll tell you twice Already school like a thief in the night. I'm rich, but I'm right in the blow on the back side. I don't give me something. That in a lot of money on me under arrest in the papers and money, money, baby G. I've been running it He's got it came from the shelter, My mom something, everybody triple crown going out with young and I know it ain't going so I keep it guys don't carry just you're back in New York. She begging for teaching knows here. People up. I wish you could see us million cash. Plus, we never really got him in the street won't beat me. I got the initial. You're trying to be me. I just Ray Charles, that can't see me. I'm in the road condition, but I'm always run. So, Lord shoot. And I know a lot of fun. I'll tell you, I'll tell you twice already screaming like a thief.

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Going to need better maps blair. Who can help us here. Just electric rays in stingrays noah. Raise these cartilages. Fish related to sharks They are benthic animals which means that they move around on the very bottom of the ocean floor and reichen center for biosystems dynamics. Research in japan have completed a feasibility. Study seeing if these little sharks are these will raise can actually be equipped with pingers and cameras to help us explore the bottom of the ocean so they used pinger technology. Which you know it's just it emits ultrasonic sound and when the sounds is picked up by a receiver the position of the receivers at the time is detected and then they can calculate position and so they use that along with cameras to figure out if this was even possible if they can put these little backpacks on these raise sure they're not backpacks they're much lower than that but i like to imagine going to camp down into the ocean and do this job for them less invasive as you might imagine than bringing down are obese remotely operated vehicles or other technology just send those animals on their merry way so they started with a tank they used cameras and three places frontside and top so that they could verify the position of them while they were using these pingers they allowed. They did three d. reconstruction of movements over time. And then based on that and the pingers. They found that it was very effective. So then they plop them into the ocean. They found a part of the ocean. That was pretty flat and was well plotted already. So that they could verify it and it was all about sixty to one hundred and twenty feet deep so still close enough that they could check in on everything periodically and they found that the the positions of the rays were very accurate. They were about ten centimeters within the public map at most when they were recording all the stuff so all of these abilities studies. Tell us that this is something that could be done so the next test would be to throw them into a spot that is more varied as less flat to double check the efficacy as it gets more complex but the one of the things that i absolutely love about this is they were actually able to use the electric rays to charge the pingers themselves church. That isn't san. Yeah so they so. They have enough charge in the electric rays that they could charge a battery. I get it that these these are these are just the pinger. That's getting charged. Not the camera so it probably draws very little current total. Yeah and so. That's just part of their. They have their own little electric current that runs through their body and Yeah so they can use that to power the device but then also in the normal stingrays they were able to use little battery. So do you need an adapter. When you wanna use trick rate to power your finger like you need.

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"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Patients apply Capital One Bank USA n a well the oceans a big place a vast ocean floor and as much as we've learned about the ocean it's not as well mapped as long we would like it to be you want to find resources like minerals or fuel or fish or other Marine Wildlife. We're going to need better Maps Blair who can help us here wage. Oh just electric rays and stingrays. So yeah these raise these cartilaginous fish related to sharks. They are benthic animals, which means that they move around on the very bottom of the ocean floor and reichen Center for biosystems Dynamics research in Japan have completed a feasibility study seeing if these little sharks are these will raise can actually be a show me with pingers and cameras to help us explore the bottom of the ocean. So they used finger technology which you know, it's just it emits ultrasonic sound and when the sound is picked up by a ROM For the position of the receivers at the time is detected and then they can calculate a position and so they use that along with cameras to figure out if this was even possible if they could put these back packs on these raised. I'm sure they're not backpacks. They're much smaller than that. But I like to imagine going to Camp down into the ocean and do this job for them less invasive job as you might imagine then bringing down rovs remotely operated vehicles or other technology just send those animals on their merry way. So they started with a water tank. They used cameras and three places off site and top so that they could verify the position of them while they were using these pingers. They allow they did 3D reconstruction of movements over time and then based on that and the pingers they found that it was not effective. So then they plopped them into the ocean. They found a part of the ocean that was pretty flat and was well plotted already so that they could verify it and it was all about 60,000 hundred twenty feet deep. So still close enough that they could check in on everything periodically and they found that the the positions of the Rays were very accurate. They were about 10,000 meters within the public map at most when they were recording all of the stuff..

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"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Going to need better maps blair. Who can help us here. Just electric rays in stingrays noah. Raise these cartilages. Fish related to sharks They are benthic animals which means that they move around on the very bottom of the ocean floor and reichen center for biosystems dynamics. Research in japan have completed a feasibility. Study seeing if these little sharks are these will raise can actually be equipped with pingers and cameras to help us explore the bottom of the ocean so they used pinger technology. Which you know it's just it emits ultrasonic sound and when the sounds is picked up by a receiver the position of the receivers at the time is detected and then they can calculate position and so they use that along with cameras to figure out if this was even possible if they can put these little backpacks on these raise sure they're not backpacks they're much lower than that but i like to imagine going to camp down into the ocean and do this job for them less invasive as you might imagine than bringing down are obese remotely operated vehicles or other technology just send those animals on their merry way so they started with a tank they used cameras and three places frontside and top so that they could verify the position of them while they were using these pingers they allowed. They did three d. reconstruction of movements over time. And then based on that and the pingers. They found that it was very effective. So then they plop them into the ocean. They found a part of the ocean. That was pretty flat and was well plotted already. So that they could verify it and it was all about sixty to one hundred and twenty feet deep so still close enough that they could check in on everything periodically and they found that the the positions of the rays were very accurate. They were about ten centimeters within the public map at most when they were recording all the stuff so all of these abilities studies. Tell us that this is something that could be done so the next test would be to throw them into a spot that is more varied as less flat to double check the efficacy as it gets more complex but the one of the things that i absolutely love about this is they were actually able to use the electric rays to charge the pingers themselves church. That isn't san. Yeah so they so. They have enough charge in the electric rays that they could charge a battery. I get it that these these are these are just the pinger. That's getting charged. Not the camera so it probably draws very little current total. Yeah and so. That's just part of their. They have their own little electric current that runs through their body and Yeah so they can use that to power the device but then also in the normal stingrays they were able to use little battery. So do you need an adapter. When you wanna use trick rate to power your.

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"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Going to need better maps blair. Who can help us here. Just electric raised in. Stingrays noah. raise these cartilages. Fish related to sharks They are benthic animals which means that they move around on the very bottom of the ocean floor and reichen center for biosystems dynamics. Research in japan have completed a feasibility. Study seeing if these little sharks are these will raise can actually be equipped with pingers and cameras to help us explore the bottom of the ocean so they used pinger technology. Which you know it's just it emits ultrasonic sound and when the sounds is picked up by a receiver the position of the receivers at the time is detected and then they can calculate position and so they use that along with cameras to figure out if this was even possible if they can put these little backpacks on these raise sure they're not backpacks they're much lower than that but i like to imagine going to camp down into the ocean and do this job for them less invasive as you might imagine than bringing down are obese remotely operated vehicles or other technology just send those animals on their merry way so they started with a a water tank they used cameras and three places frontside and top so that they could verify the position of them while they were using these pingers they allowed. They did three d. reconstruction of movements over time and then based on that and the pingers. They found that it was very effective. So then they plop them into the ocean. They found a part of the ocean. That was pretty flat and was well plotted already. So that they could verify it and it was all about sixty to one hundred and twenty feet deep so still close enough that they could check in on everything periodically and they found that the the positions of the rays were very accurate. They were about ten centimeters within the public map at most when they were recording all the stuff so all of these abilities studies. Tell us that this is something that could be done so the next test would be to throw them into a spot that is more varied as less flat to double check the efficacy as it gets more complex but the one of the things that i absolutely love about this is they were actually able to use the electric rays to charge the pingers themselves church. That isn't san. Yeah so they so. They have enough charge in the electric rays that they could charge a battery. I get it that these these are these are just the pinger. That's getting charged. Not the camera so it probably draws very little current total. Yeah and so. That's just part of their. They have their own little electric current that runs through their body and Yeah so they can use that to power the device but then also in the normal stingrays they were able to use little battery. So do you need an adapter. When you wanna use trick rate to power your.

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"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Going to need better maps blair. Who can help us here. Just electric rays in stingrays noah. Raise these cartilages. Fish related to sharks They are benthic animals which means that they move around on the very bottom of the ocean floor and reichen center for biosystems dynamics. Research in japan have completed a feasibility. Study seeing if these little sharks are these will raise can actually be equipped with pingers and cameras to help us. Explore the bottom of the ocean So they used pinger technology. Which you know it's just it emits ultrasonic and when the sounds is picked up by a receiver the position of the receivers at the time is detected and then they can calculate position And so they use that along with cameras to figure out if this was even possible if they can put these little backpacks on these raise sure. They're not backpacks. they're much lower than that. But i like to imagine going to camp down into the ocean and do this job for them. Less invasive as you might imagine than bringing down are obese remotely operated vehicles or other technology. Just send those animals on their merry way so they started with a a water tank they used cameras and three places frontside and top so that they could verify the position of them while they were using these pingers they allowed. They did three d. reconstruction of movements over time. And then based on that and the pingers. They found that it was very effective. So then they plop them into the ocean. They found a part of the ocean. That was pretty flat and was well plotted already. So that they could verify it and it was all about sixty to one hundred and twenty feet deep so still close enough that they could check in on everything periodically and they found that the the positions of the rays were very accurate. They were about ten centimeters within the public map at most when they were recording all the stuff so all of these abilities studies. Tell us that this is something that could be done so the next test would be to throw them into a spot that is more varied less flat to double check the efficacy as it gets more complex but the one of the things that i absolutely love about this is they were actually able to use the electric rays to charge the pingers themselves church. That isn't san. Yeah so they so. They have enough charge in the electric rays that they could charge a battery. I get it that these these are these are just the pinger. That's getting charged. Not the camera so it probably draws very little current total. Yeah and so. That's just part of their. They have their own little electric current that runs through their body and Yeah so they can use that to power the device but then also in the normal stingrays they were able to use little battery. So do you need an adapter. When you wanna use trick rate to power your finger like you need.

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"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Going to need better maps blair. Who can help us here. Just electric raised in. Stingrays noah. raise these cartilages. Fish related to sharks They are benthic animals which means that they move around on the very bottom of the ocean floor and reichen center for biosystems dynamics. Research in japan have completed a feasibility. Study seeing if these little sharks are these will raise can actually be equipped with pingers and cameras to help us. Explore the bottom of the ocean So they used pinger technology. Which you know it's just it emits ultrasonic and when the sounds is picked up by a receiver the position of the receivers at the time is detected and then they can calculate position And so they use that along with cameras to figure out if this was even possible if they can put these little backpacks on these raise sure. They're not backpacks. they're much lower than that. But i like to imagine going to camp down into the ocean and do this job for them. Less invasive as you might imagine than bringing down are obese remotely operated vehicles or other technology. Just send those animals on their merry way so they started with a a water tank they used cameras and three places frontside and top so that they could verify the position of them while they were using these pingers they allowed. They did three d. reconstruction of movements over time. And then based on that and the pingers. They found that it was very effective. So then they plop them into the ocean. They found a part of the ocean. That was pretty flat and was well plotted already. So that they could verify it and it was all about sixty to one hundred and twenty feet deep so still close enough that they could check in on everything periodically and they found that the the positions of the rays were very accurate. They were about ten centimeters within the public map at most when they were recording all the stuff so all of these abilities studies. Tell us that this is something that could be done so the next test would be to throw them into a spot that is more varied as less flat to double check the efficacy as it gets more complex but the one of the things that i absolutely love about this is they were actually able to use the electric rays to charge the pingers themselves church. That isn't san. Yeah so they so. They have enough charge in the electric rays that they could charge a battery. I get it that these these are these are just the pinger. That's getting charged. Not the camera so it probably draws very little current total. Yeah and so. That's just part of their. They have their own little electric current that runs through their body and Yeah so they can use that to power the device but then also in the normal stingrays they were able to use little battery. So do you need an adapter. When you wanna use trick rate to power your finger like you need.

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"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Going to need better maps blair. Who can help us here. Just electric rays in stingrays noah. Raise these cartilages. Fish related to sharks They are benthic animals which means that they move around on the very bottom of the ocean floor and reichen center for biosystems dynamics. Research in japan have completed a feasibility. Study seeing if these little sharks are these will raise can actually be equipped with pingers and cameras to help us explore the bottom of the ocean so they used pinger technology. Which you know it's just it emits ultrasonic sound and when the sounds is picked up by a receiver the position of the receivers at the time is detected and then they can calculate position and so they use that along with cameras to figure out if this was even possible if they can put these little backpacks on these raise sure they're not backpacks they're much lower than that but i like to imagine going to camp down into the ocean and do this job for them less invasive as you might imagine than bringing down are obese remotely operated vehicles or other technology just send those animals on their merry way so they started with a tank they used cameras and three places frontside and top so that they could verify the position of them while they were using these pingers they allowed. They did three d. reconstruction of movements over time. And then based on that and the pingers. They found that it was very effective. So then they plop them into the ocean. They found a part of the ocean. That was pretty flat and was well plotted already. So that they could verify it and it was all about sixty to one hundred and twenty feet deep so still close enough that they could check in on everything periodically and they found that the the positions of the rays were very accurate. They were about ten centimeters within the public map at most when they were recording all the stuff so all of these abilities studies. Tell us that this is something that could be done so the next test would be to throw them into a spot that is more varied as less flat to double check the efficacy as it gets more complex but the one of the things that i absolutely love about this is they were actually able to use the electric rays to charge the pingers themselves church. That isn't san. Yeah so they so. They have enough charge in the electric rays that they could charge a battery. I get it that these these are these are just the pinger. That's getting charged. Not the camera so it probably draws very little current total. Yeah and so. That's just part of their. They have their own little electric current that runs through their body and Yeah so they can use that to power the device but then also in the normal stingrays they were able to use little battery. So do you need an adapter. When you wanna use trick rate to power your finger like you need.

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"rays" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on The MLB Show

"Me ask you this e because. . In, , twenty seventeen, , there was this new core coming up right. . And the thought was hey. . Unexpected Ron made the playoffs one game away from the world series and I remember even the wildcard game against Minnesota that year was like just let this core group get a playoff series under their belt so that they get some experience and can grow with it. . You got within one game of the world series one one of the world series it didn't happen. . Now, , there's a postseason failure in eighteen in one, , thousand, , nine hundred and get to the brink again, , it doesn't happen in twenty losing game five of the LDS. . At this point. . Does it still if you're part of that group. . visit. . Still feel like you're ascending or do you start wonder if you've plateaued Now, you , deficit they just sending I mean especially, , those guys are so young you know what I'm saying like. . <hes> inexperience in you know in age. So . <hes>. . Yeah I. . Mean You know going back over that run like seventeen we had to run. . With all those young kids in. . Out though I didn't I had I, , didn't think it was gonna make the playoffs just just because we went to the playoffs in seventeen and everybody had career years we're coming back. . You know with a young team I just I was surprised that we made the playoffs gotta ask. . <hes> about a red sox end. . In the next year, , I thought nineteen, we , were set up to. . To to make a great run a debrecen. . Obviously, we , didn't do that. . NFL This year you know is short season everything went on. . So just to be able to to get out there and play and compete I think guys are excited. . You know excited I mean I think is a lot to build on I. . Don't think. . I don't think you can up this year with the rest of them just because it was such a short season you don't think any. . There's no like wondering are we the you know late nineties braves early two thousand braves where we're going to. . We're GONNA get to a certain now they won one in ninety five to be fair to them. . But then you know they're winning division after division after division losing to the playoffs losing the playoffs listen to play. . Yeah I mean it does that enter the mind of this group at this point. . <hes>. . I. . Like I'm not in a group anymore so. . I can't. . Really tell you if they're starting to feel like that or not. . You know. . I was never I was never in that position I was about to say as a young player would. . Myself as when I was young, , I always felt like I had time like like August time to do you know what? ? I'm saying I got time to do, , and then like I say, , I, , always bring up a seven because that was our year like we put it all together and that was a year and didn't happen. . So starting panicking. . So. . You would have to ask the guys individually which year they thought that they were GonNa win in when it doesn't happen that year then you start panicking like shit maybe this this may not have you know hand. . Right now all those guys play for the Yankees in they noted that the organization will do whatever they can to try to win auto free agents, , auto players, , and so no I think that they got time you. . and. . The reality is the starting rotation. . Looked a lot different than what they had set out for because you thought you were going to have Severino James Paxton right behind Garrett Cole and you didn't, , and obviously that changes the equation and made you have to use the bullpen differently, , etc. . Now, , I, , WanNa talk about coal for a minute see look if there's One Guy. . Who acquitted himself beautifully in this Yankees. postseason. . . It was Garrett Cole I. . Mean This Dude was everything they could've asked for he gives up one hit in this game and who knows if it's not for some weird wall overhang that Aaron judge got to familiar with maybe he doesn't even give up any hits in his five and a third innings. . He. . He really delivered and that you have to feel good about knowing okay. . This guy is going to shove exactly the way you want him to this time of year yet. . That was great to watch him be able to go out before. . As that I know he wants you know what I'm saying. . So it'll be good not this time next year everything rolling around you'll be fans in the stands and. . Hopefully. . We can have that Yankee Stadium proxy magic, , and. . Readiness. . All the way to to we're supposed to be, , which is a berated. . I. . What about pitching on three days Resi. . What feels different like do you notice like all my arm isn't as strong I mean what? ? What what makes it a more difficult challenge when you're not pitching on your normal rush when you're pitching on short rest, , it's not necessarily like your are <hes> being source. . It's like everything else like little aches Oh you know you know you didn't get your. . Your full arrest so you can't really overthrow <hes>. . You know watching that I felt like he was trying to give his normal effort <hes> their first ending everything was up. . You know he was all kind of all over the place. . Any just kinda settled in you know what I'm saying he gave us time you take a little longer than than usual and. . He kinda settled into the game was able to find this delivery. . That's the one thing about picking three days you have to find your delivery like. . Were percent. . Can you pitch at whether that? ? Sixty, , five, , percent seventy, , five, percent, , , eighty, , five percent. . You know what I'm saying like you have to find that was going to make you be able to strikes in and be effective. . So <hes>, , if it seems like you've found that right at the right time, , you got to strike out and you know he kinda he kinda sail from <hes> after that I mean you have to Solo homer to tomatoes and then you know almost today what's that guy's name? ? You say his name well over process l. no the guy run our arousal arise arena Larussa Rhody. . Almost curveball out but other than that. . You know he pitched great. . So <hes> yeah like you said I mean he delivered and and you know going forward <hes> that he'll be able to to to pitch in these situations you know several be able to pitch any situation. . We saw what money can do to two nights ago. . Yeah. . Your boy came man Monte the Frazier Bryant Man, , these guys these guys are in a good spot. . So like I said nobody I don't think anybody in their Hispanic and not player. . Wise. . Anyway, , you know that that's is the fans in the front office and stuff. . You are the master of pitching on three days Resi and because of that even though it has a little less punch because the Yankees lost this game compared to what it would have been if the Yankees won this game. . I want explore that a little bit further with you because you you did it a lot. . I mean the way you did it in. . Milwaukee with multiple starts down the stretch over and over again as you were just in Bistro and then we saw it in the nine playoffs as well where you did it the entire Oh nine playoffs and delivered you did it in game one and four of the AL CS is at it again in Games one and four the world series. . What kind of advice did you offer Garrett Cole as he was getting ready to do it for the first time in his career as someone who did a lot and did it in big stages? ? You know what I didn't and I was watching the first thing that I was like man Fuck I should've called. . You know what I'm saying. . But I didn't he's he gates. . He's he he figured it out on his own. . You know what? ? I'm saying, , I don't need to call bad like he'll call me if he did something. . Yeah so I don't I don't want to bother him. . I don't WanNa call him I know how he is. . You know know the days before you know the day of leading up to historic. . So you know I I don't want to call him but please believe I'll facetime mining when I figured out that he was making start. . Well whatever you told Monte in the face time, , it worked out really pitch well and game four and I was encouraged. . You know see if we go through this game, , there's not there's not a lot to nitpick and say, , okay, , this could have been done differently. . This could have been done differently. . We've just lost a game and. . You just lost a baseball game to. . All the time where we go to Tampa or we we play apple you know what I'm saying. . So that's why I was so scared to play them in the playoff series because. . That's the one team that I know that can fucking Peterson the series and they know it too. . Yep Yet one hundred percent. . It's how I felt last year too when they were playing the Astros and people like Oh we want the race I was like the race competing in the. . Last. Year . to we would have been counted the same. . You know what I'm saying we would have been a seven game series for sure if they beat <hes> if last night got typically fucker pitches. . Right move coming for the first. . and. . On the whole right I mean this is this is not what you are looking forward to. . If you're major league baseball as far as ratings go I believe the Yankees when all is said and done at the end of this s I think they're gonNA have nine of the top ten highest rated games thus far in the playoffs they're going to have been involved in. . So you know you better believe that there are going to be people who are wishing that the Yankees went as deep as possible for the sake of you know the economics of the sport, , but from a pure. . David Goliath baseball storyline, , and there is something amazing even though it's not going to make my stomach feel-good or your Z. about the Tampa Bay rays and they're twelve dollar payroll. . Taken down the big bad Yankees and Brosseau hitting the home run off Chapman after that like there's something crazy about that story how many times it I tell you that's not the way we do my career I'm not into. . The raise but winning visit. . I kept telling you that. . The fucking raise

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"rays" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"I still go golfing I still go to the gym and everything. Now find out probably tomorrow I'll get it or something like that. But like. These guys like just because they're in Florida, they're taking it like to an up TNT level or something like that like people are talking about like the Blue Jays are still homeless right as a right now Pittsburgh just announced that. Oh. It's Pittsburgh I thought they. Thought I saw on twitter they announced Pittsburgh I heard that Pittsburgh's health department. Like nixed the plan like just an hour hour and a half ago or something like that should be, I, have not been on twitter in the last hour and a half. So if that happened, that is news breaking Nassar. Pittsburgh said noted the Canadians. Yeah. So there are homeless in like people are like would the would mlb really allow. A third team in. Florida. As of right now, like that would make the difference between them like the whole team contracting the virus no, I. Mean You you plan to need. There's no fans around. There's no there's you know you're you're doing everything that the razor doing and at the Marlins are doing in, you'll be okay like it would be different if like every raise player got the Kobe but I do have insider information on that I, do have insider information on that I. Actually we talked to I talked to arden swelling of sports net candidate yesterday when we did our Toronto's preview and they apparently have already internally. Said noted on need like that's not happening out. They've said noted Dunedin and that's why they're going to these major league parks. They've also looked at buffalo and buffalo was not appropriate based on the D. actual facilities is what they're saying. So there, I mean to me if it's not Pittsburgh if that got it, you know eighty six for some reason, it's going to be another major league park that they're going to have to share otherwise they're on the road for a while and some of their home in homes they can split like nationals there, and then the phillies. So they can kind of just stay there instead of going back. They have something. To take back my comment about the blue. Jays. Finishing third in the division with everything that's going on right now in trouble. Yeah. Yeah. No, there's there's a lot of things happening and I wouldn't. It wouldn't shock me when we everybody started traveling that more obstacles were to come up but staying on the field I think one of the things for you guys is that the style of play and to me I mean you, you mentioned them having the best offensive team in. Potential history definitely Kevin cash maybe even Joe Madden but look at the top three pitching I. I don't know if you can compare that I think as far as like ceiling wise. You have the the best three that you've ever had a I. Don't think there's too much of a dispute actually that you've had a better team with the top three pitchers. I don't know about a better team but the raise it. I don't know if the rays have been better offensively. But I think I think you add it on the whole I think yeah this is probably I mean it. It shapes up to be the strongest team I mean the only the only reason that I may have a little bit of a reservation is because like I don't know what we're going to get from Blake's now I really don't yet talk glass down was also A guy that just doesn't stay on the field. So it's a matter of being healthy..

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"rays" Discussed on Invention

Invention

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"rays" Discussed on Invention

"But I want to mention a book that I've been reading that was I'd say this is our best and main source in this episode is book called death rays in the popular media, eighteen seventy six to nineteen thirty nine a study of directed energy weapons, in fact, fiction and film by William J fanning junior McFarland press from twenty fifteen and this book is really interesting. It explores the relationship between sort of popular culture. Representations of death rays and death rays as existing or as people claim to exist or claim to be working on in the real world. And he makes a very compelling case that the relationship goes exactly the opposite way. So you've got this period of science fiction in the nineteen twenties and thirties known as the Ray gun era of science fiction. Ray guns are everywhere. But he says, in fact, it's not the newspapers were pulling all this Raygun hype from scifi, but the the fictional stories were pulling the Raygun hype from reality from the newspapers, and that's crazy. I just always assumed it to be the opposite as discussed later like there's a there's a cheapness to the Ray gun affect especially in these old cereals. Yes. You just think will that that it's the perfect cheap fictionalized weapon because you don't have to you don't have to worry about their the the fact that it doesn't look like there was a gun shy. You don't have to even worry about a fancy beam effect or anything. You don't have to. Actually, discharge a weapon on stage or onset, you just Pugh and you're good. I mean, this brilliantly convenient for all kinds of reasons for, you know, since aureus reasons having to do with not wanting to see blood and all that and for cheapness reasons, and it's just incredibly useful. If you're trying to be an economical creator of science fiction. Yeah. But yeah, there is this other direction in the relationship where it seems that a lot of this scifis. It's kind of like how you know a lot of there's that sort of mild side, the sci-fi that you might see in like military throw thriller movies that are not like super. They don't have time machines and stuff like that. They've just got like slightly more advanced than we actually have today weapons and stuff. It's like when there was talk of rail guns. And then then you have that Arnold Schwarzenegger movie. What was that eraser? I think where it prominently features rail gun never saw the, oh, what has great rail guns in it. Yeah. And Arnold Schwarzenegger. Is that the one I heard of where he one point shoots. And alligator and says your luggage. I literally only remember the the rail. The only thing I remember from that movie. But it was but it definitely felt like a similar scenario only rail guns at caught on more. I think to certain extent they did. Because you start seeing them in video games everywhere around that time as well. Robert, I could talk about Arnold Schwarzenegger all day. We gotta get back to the the Raygun air. So the Reagan era. Yeah. So there's this idea that for some reason everybody in the press is really excited about the idea of of death rays, and there's a there's a really interesting, cultural, and political reason that this kind.

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"rays" Discussed on Invention

Invention

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"rays" Discussed on Invention

"In fact, x-rays are no more human invention than visible light is than though what makes x Ray special is that while we've long had the ability to produce copious amounts of visible light. It's only since around the beginning of the twentieth century a little bit before the beginning of. The twentieth century that we understood how to produce in control x-rays. And it's this power the power of the x Ray machine that we're looking at today, and that's one of the wonderful things about this episode is that this is a case where we can point to one individual one scientist, one visist, and and Adelphi dare key role in this turning point in history. Yeah, I think a lot of inventions are kinda murkier, right? Like a lot of things that we think of as inventions are actually just like slight modifications of something that came before this is a case where there really was a tremendous sudden breakthrough and it had far reaching effects all over the world, it just try to imagine the time before x-rays before say x-rays in a diagnostic medical context, we now know x-rays are useful for a lot more than just medicine. But just think about going to the doctor, and maybe having something wrong inside you at a time when there were no xrays. Yeah. This reminds me of the old saying about how book is man's best friend outside of a dog. Oh was that. Because inside of a dog. It's too dark to see. But it is dark inside the body. And it was it was a truly darken in many other ways before the X Ray. Because before x-rays the best way to peer inside the living body. It was to look through a natural aperture using what you would call the old knife scope. Yeah, basically. Yeah. If you if you didn't have a natural aperture to look into you would have to make one you'd have to cut one. And it's I think it was really difficult to overstate the importance of this bit of medical technology. The ability to see how bones and tissues are aligned to see what might be wrong with him. What's broken? How are they healing? But to use a very basic example that comes up a lot discussing the x Ray. And the advent of x Ray technology is you have an individual who is shot with a with a by a gun a bullet enters their body now sometimes the bullet exits the body but other times it does not how do you find the bullet? Well today, we can x Ray somebody find the foreign Matt matter in Honan wherever you need to remove it from. But prior to this one might have to do a bit of searching, and sometimes the bullet couldn't be found at all which can have dire results in eighteen eighty one. For instance, US president James Garfield was shot and subsequently died in large part because they could not find the bullet. That story is actually weird and worth reading about in depth. You ever get a chance to the the assassin was guy named Charles Julius Gaito who he was this dude who thought that he had helped James Garfield, get elected. And so he thought that God was telling him that he had been like a special appointment coming to him. Like he deserved a console ship or something and he ended up shooting James Garfield. But it's often been said that Garfield death was not caused directly by the assassin's bullet. But by the failures of medicine at the time because he didn't die until eleven weeks after he was shot. A not only could the doctors not find the bullet inside him. They had to keep digging around looking for it with like the unsterile. Sized equipment and dirty hands of the time probably leading to the infections of the wound which ended up killing him. Now. I don't I don't want to imply that the X Ray, of course, is our only way of understanding what's going on inside the body or diagnosing illnesses, but it is tremendously important. And as one of the reasons that x rays are taken so often that is why I venture to say everyone listening to this podcast has received an x Ray in their life. I'm sure you've received multiple x-rays. I would be I would be shocked. If there was anyone out there who has never received an x Ray, and you should be thankful that x rays are so much safer today than they were when they were first invented..

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