35 Burst results for "Rex."
"rex." Discussed on The Gargle
"It would actually be possible for me to do that because there's a syndrome that raspberry my family called marfan syndrome where bits of our body grow too much and the bit of my body that grew too much is my arms. So I have actually arms that are too long for my body, which you can't really tell if you meet me. But if you see me on film, I'd look like some sort of strange cartoon character because my arms are like, so the least likely person to be asked to do an impression of a two year old. Isn't something a lot of people use, you know, as their byline. But you should put that on your poster. In case anyone's really afraid of tyrannosaurus rexes and doesn't want to be triggered by an impression, you can almost guarantee that even if you do do an impression, it will be a bad one. If you've ever wondered what a T. Rex would look like with long arms. So anyway, so the story, again, I was reading this story going, is this a story that's essentially the story is T rexes may have been three different species. And this has come from exploring the different levels of fossilization. So a million years worth of fossilization is quite a long time. I think we can agree that's quite a long time. And so during that time, there's been evolution. How much is that in asteroid distances in asteroid systems? It's 75 shards, I believe, because you can use The Shard also to do the digging. So the study shows, oh, well, actually, two X's look different at different periods. Some of the scientists are saying this is absolutely true. They must have been different species, and other scientists are saying, this is just life, life, people just evolve a little bit. So there's a sort of west side story situation we've got going on between the different dinosaurs, specialists, having jets versus the sharks or T..
Texans run past Chargers 41-29, ding LA's playoff hopes
"Rex rex Burkhead Burkhead ran ran for for a a career career high high one one hundred hundred and and forty forty nine nine yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns as as the the Houston Houston Texans Texans don't don't pelos pelos Angeles Angeles Chargers Chargers playoff playoff hopes hopes a a blow blow with with a a forty forty one one to to twenty twenty nine nine when when Burkhead Burkhead ran ran for for a a twenty twenty five five yard yard touchdown touchdown in in the the first first quarter quarter and and then then a a one one yarder yarder in in the the fourth fourth he he says says winning winning the the game game meant meant more more to to him him than than the the numbers numbers a a student student wrote wrote for for us us and and you you know know we're we're just just trying trying to to get get better better as as a a team team better better as as a a unit unit each each and and every every week week and and we we got got two two more more opportunities opportunities for for us us a a left left in in the the season season Davis Davis mills mills completed completed twenty twenty one one of of twenty twenty seven seven passes passes for for two two hundred hundred and and fifty fifty four four yards yards and and tossed tossed touchdown touchdown passes passes to to Chris Chris Conley Conley indigo indigo Collins Collins the the loss loss drops drops the the Chargers Chargers to to eight eight and and seven seven on on the the season season they they did did not not punt punt but but committed committed three three turnovers turnovers leading leading to to seventeen seventeen Texans Texans points points Adam Adam schooling schooling Houston Houston
Chubb runs for 130, Browns hold off winless Lions 13-10
"Detroit Lions will head into the annual thanksgiving game winless as they lost again to the Cleveland Browns thirteen ten the branch remains in the thick of the AFC playoff race by taking advantage of lance quarterback Tim Boyle made his first NFL start world best for just seventy seven yards with two interceptions against an aggressive Cleveland defense led by Myles Garrett Jarvis Landry rented the rex now for sixteen yards to the Browns first touchdown early in the second quarter Nick Chubb then scored on a five yard pass from Baker Mayfield later in the quarter for thirteen nothing lead Detroit is now oh nine and one I'm John Merriam
66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M
"The biggest Triceratops skeleton in the wild nine is big John has been sold for seven point seven million dollars to a private collector in Paris the enormous skeleton estimated to be over sixty six million years old was found in twenty fourteen in South Dakota big John names off to the owner of the land where it was found is certified by the Guinness world records as the largest documented skeleton of a Triceratops at twenty three feet long the seven point seven million dollar price tag was a record for Europe although it was bought by U. S. buyer who wished to remain anonymous last year a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton reached almost thirty two million dollars in an auction in New York becoming the most expensive console at the sold I'm
"rex." Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Awards chatter the hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is a show business character. Unlike any other quite by accident he has worked as a male model. An mtv j. a rapper and an actor. He was the star of an x ray to tape before just about any other celebrity. He partied with paris and lindsay during the height of the hollywood paparazzi era. He opened under the name dirt. Nasty for bands like the red hot chili peppers in seventy thousand seats stadiums. All around the world and now after years of middling parts on tv shows like two thousand five's cuts in which he starred opposite one. Meghan markle and in films including three installments of the scary movie franchise. He is against all odds. A best actor oscar contender for his portrayal of a has been porn star. Who returns to his hometown. In sean bakers red rocket. I'm talking of course about simon rex over the course of our conversation. The forty seven year. Old and i discussed how he handled the sudden fame that came to him in his early twenties when he landed his mtv gig in the mid nineteen ninety s how a disastrous audition for goodwill hunting led to a more serious pursuit of enacting career. What it means to him. After years of toiling in mostly obscure lightweight projects to be the star of an eight twenty four film that premiered ken and has brought him rave reviews from critics and actors alike plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go.
Benches Clear in Yankees-Mets Game Over Alleged Whistling Drama
"We had a good one in the subway series last night mets and yankees bottom of the six. It's good because it got a little petty. You got a little bit of everything. Rex ula baseball. And you watch this one. Francisco door launches this home run. Its second of the night. But it's about what he's doing that's going to cost issues. He's routing the basis and he's making a whistling motion to the field. They're mocking the yankees. Who they said was whistling on saturday to alert their hitters. To the fact that a mets pitcher was tipping. His tickets to the mets erupt. Then stanton crushes this one. And he's he whistled that thing in case whistling dixie. So now they're talking. Then we would get the benches clearing but you know it's baseball so they'll just talk a little bit. He'll do the thumbs down. And the fittings honored they'll stand there and stare at each other in the move on game tied at six tensions are high for lyn door knocks. The yankees out of the playoffs for now keeps their playoff hopes alive. Mets go on to win seven and six. It's been a tough year francisco lindor but that was certainly sweet as the metro on
T. Rex Was a 'Foodie,' Scientists Find
"There was a paper that came out recently called complex neuro vascular system in the dentistry of tyrannosaurus and it was published in historical biology by so chiro koby and sochi tori. And it's around how t. Rex may have had a sensitive tip of its snout like that displayed. A source horny yet but the headlines were more about it being a foodie or a picky eater. Where's the display a source. One was like it was a tender lover. It it's a really interesting. The two different headline types. There's a lot of reasons. It would be useful to have a sensitive snout so to kind of summit up. I liked the way the new york times article. Put it quote. T. rex to eat blindly and basically t rex had these complex nerves and the tip of the jaw may have been sensitive and that would have helped. Tell the difference between soft tissue and other parts of the meat. It was eating so then. If it was available it could choose to eat the soft parts interesting. Which is why people were talking about being foodie. So what the others did was they. Cat scan a left mandible or job. t rex. It was an immature specimen. That was found in the hell creek formation. And they also. Cd scanned some other orna. Fisken's like triceratops montessori fuqua stores and they looked at extent crocodilians and birds and what they were doing was they were looking at the neuro vascular canal. That's this combination of where small blood vessels and nerves collagen fibers and sells stored fat. Were and in t. Rex the neuro vascular canal in the dentistry has this complex branching pattern actually similar to extend crocodiles and what they said were. Tactile foraging birds on his which are also known as ducks. Kind of interesting to think of t. Rex being similar to a duck So they assumed that the upper job t. rex had a similar
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ First-Day Global Trailer Views Breaks Records
"Superhero getting a lot of play Spider Man is pretty popular this week. When Mysterio reveal my identity my entire life got screwed up. I was wondering if maybe you could make it so that he never did, Tony says. It's Spider Man. No way Home trailer broke the record for most views in 24 hours. It was released Monday and racked up 355.5 million views. Be careful what you wish for Parker. It beat the previous record holder, Avengers endgame by more than 66 Million views. The new Spider Man hits theaters in mid December. Monica Rex CBS
Twitter Bans Trump as Taliban Spokesperson Tweets Freely
"Team shares with me stacks oh stories every day headlines twitter ruling that the taliban can stay on their platform if they obey the rules but of course trump cannot the forty fifth. President of the united states is permanently banned from that cesspool called twitter but taliban the taliban is right both official taliban spokesman have accounts on twitter the terrorist organization in twitter's world in the social media world a terrorist organization is permitted to remain on twitter but president donald trump is. Not you know the only thing that solves it. I'm gonna get in trouble. Maybe i don't care putting him back in office. You want know. The only thing that that rex these lunatics minds put trump back in.
Belmont Apartment Building Evacuated for ‘Structural Concerns’
"Of residents are out of a home. They were evacuated from a seven storey apartment building yesterday afternoon over fears the condo could collapse. It's an old building, so you know, I just felt like had they been on top of it For all these years, we wouldn't be here. Cora notified her landlord of the crack in her sixth floor ceiling in late July. Engineers came to inspect and on Friday they deemed it unsafe. Recommending everyone evacuate. Actually, it's like a movie. I suddenly like. Refugee is the first I don't have this experience before Towns building inspector says there was no imminent threat of a collapse just structural concerns. But officials say the memory of the deadly building collapse in Surfside, Florida in June ramped up their response. All of us are on a heightened sense of awareness. I think that goes for public safety officials. I think it goes to building owners and building occupants. That report came from WBZ TV S Cristina Rex. Engineers will be back for a thorough inspection on Monday.
New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel
"I leave the new zealand. Government has unfortunately posed the trans-tasman bubble from midnight. Last night. judy concerns about rising nineteen case. Thomason australia the pause effects travel from all the states and territories to new zealand and will remain in effect for eight weeks new zealand citizens. Permanent resident and fees. The whole is currently in australia. As well as trillion citizens who have recently been in new zealand and left on or off to the six april this year as well as their family members will still be allowed to return to new zealand on quarantaine free flights until next friday the thirtieth of july but this excludes anyone who's been in new south wales in the past fourteen days. Who would soon need to enter two weeks of managed isolation and quarantine on arrival back in new zealand and at the moment anyone traveling from victoria to new zealand over the next week. We'll need to self isolate for three days and get a curve attest. After arriving back in new zealand off the thirtieth of july once. That's finish next. Friday qantas's jetstar will spend almost all of their trans-tasman services at least until the twenty fifth of september when the bubble is currently scheduled to resume any zealand will continue operating but only limited trans-tasman flights and to and from oakland with various parts of new south. Wales victoria and south australia old. Currently on lockdown olas trillion station. Terry trees have unfortunately also reimposed restrictions on interstate travel and this is unfortunately prompted rex to cancel. All of its boeing seven three seven passenger services starting from tuesday of this week until at least the of august. I just on the two weeks of this point.
"rex." Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps
"Five years in space. We launched in september of two thousand sixteen and we arrived at our target asteroid benue in december of two thousand eighteen. We spend all of twenty nine thousand. Nine hundred mapping the surface in great detail selecting a site that we dubbed nightingale then on october twentieth twenty twenty we sent the spacecraft down to make contact with the asteroid surface for a very short duration. We were on the surface for a little over. Sixteen seconds accumulating and collecting a large amount of the regular from the surface and then safely backing away. We then went back in april of twenty twenty one for a final look at the asteroid to see what the surface looked like. After our collection event and then on may tenth of twenty twenty one we departed venue and we are now in what we call the return. Cruise phase basically were on cruise control for the next two and a half years until those samples arrived back on earth in september of two thousand twenty. Three what do you think it is. That gets people excited about this mission cyrus. Rex is a great adventure. We're going off to explore an unknown world. it's a menacing moral because it's what we call a potentially hazardous asteroid in fact it is now the most potentially hazardous asteroid meaning it has the highest probability of impacting the earth of any known asteroid in our solar system but people also love the wonder of thinking back four and a half billion years in time to the dawn of our solar system when we were just a spinning disk of dust and gas surrounding our young growing pro son so it gives us that sense of awe and wonder of the scale the universe and how long this planet has been here and the history that's entailed in these asteroids has been new selected venue was chosen as the target of the mission because of its orbital characteristics we needed an asteroid that was basically in an earth like orbit and one that crosses the orbit of the earth so that we could launch off our planet rendezvous with the asteroid spend a significant amount of time there and then come back to our home and because of that orbital characteristics which enabled the sample return aspect of the mission we ended up going to an asteroid that has a large probability of impacting our earth so part of our investigation is to understand that likelihood in turns out these small asteroids venues relatively small. It's about five hundred meters diameter which is about the height of the empire state building nevertheless it would be a major natural disaster for to impact our planet in these asteroids when they wander through the solar system. They're not just influenced by gravity. In fact sunlight plays a significant role in their orbital trajectory banu which we targeted because of its composition is very dark meaning it has a lot of carbon on its surface but that darkness means it absorbs most of the sunlight that hits it and it emits that energy back into space later in the day as thermal radiation and that emission of heat acts like a thruster and it actually slows the asteroid down and decreases its orbit making it move inward into the solar system..
"rex." Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Is the gambling. you're doing what percentage of it is it more. Is it gambling addiction or is it gambling as you having a competition problem like you need to compete. Both you know after a while years of gambling. I mean i'd go to vegas and play the tables But realized i could spend my money slower at the racetrack. So i started. I was more just the racetrack and my mind was. But i've got the money to do it. The problem was there became a time. You know and i'm not talking. No i never went to the track with probably west and ten thousand dollars like an idiot So you know. I think i just poured myself into whatever it was. You know 'cause during the season. I did play the horses as much wants. The season was over. Look out i was going to work out in the morning and go lay horses in the play ball at night. So that's that's what it was or go play golf in the afternoon and go play and go play ball at night. But that's what it was workout sleep and You know basketball. And and whatever else. I could throw myself into to distract from whatever is going on in my. That's fascinating rex. You're hiding the whole time. Just trying to find. Some what can i. What can i ingest emotionally or other. Well no because you weren't really doing drugs and stuff at that time right like that wasn't that wasn't until after you had to be a professional. You know you know what i really think. A big part of it to kind of you know when i was in college and in high school me and my girlfriend my black girl. She's sean hicks. I had a black girlfriend and Markings it's mark cake sister. Who played for the dolphins. Yeah i we grew up. We grew up in the same town and we're best friends from the time we were little boyfriend and girlfriend but people in the south weren't really having it and You know i. I was made to feel as though i shouldn't do that or if i did. I should hide it. And i think that started a pattern of from a young age. I would. I had a secret and looking back through the all of those years. It made me kind of made me feel like i needed to have a secret about something and i think i just kind of kept going on with that. The older i got you know whatever it was. I needed to have a little secret and because i felt so bad people telling me who i could look. I'm play for you guys. And i'm playing well. I'm doing all this stuff at school. Y'all can't tell me today and That's how i looked at it and so there was. I love playing there. I love kentucky. It's mile mater. But i really just at the time. I just needed an adult or to be like. Hey man put their arm around. Say it's okay what you're doing. You're not wrong. And because they were the ones that were wrong. there was nobody wrecks. You've gotta be shitting me. They're really there there with somebody and you know there's somebody in you know i'm not going to throw it out there but yeah there was somebody there with me on the staff but he also at the time. He was a young person on the staff but rex part i. I didn't know that part because the part. I'm marveling at okay. You have to understand what. Rex chapman was coming up. This is great white. Hope stuff this is a like. He's athletic as anybody. And so he could play with anybody and he's coming up through kentucky with all that means in terms of basketball tradition and he's a child hero at the very beginning in terms of savior stuff. And are you shitting me. Rex kentucky came down on your neck about the idea of dating a black woman. And you had to do that in private. That wasn't that long ago mid eighties early eighties mid eighties. I look i. I i never in the moment. I never really let cosso dude. I'm eighteen and i'm not done anything in basketball. I think i'm going to play basketball. And most of it. When i look back at it makes it even angrier because most of it was couched in just looking out for your for your what your resume your best interest. You're you're looking out for for your you. Know your market ability unjust. Look no ooh a thousand times over. But that explains i was. I was wondering right. You've got this great twitter account that just seems to have everything i in terms of viral videos. You've created a wonderful creative place where people can go and laugh and it's almost. It's almost sweet. What you do on there and every once in a while. There's an acid filled race opinion from that platform. And i'm like you go in go. Rex chapman mike. You go berry. Everyone show them silly videos and then force them to eat this shit as you rail against. What's happening in america right now. Good for you as an adult. Rex chapman to tell everyone themselves. Because of what they did you while you're at kentucky that's unbelievable you kentucky fans have always been great to be. It was a period of time. They've been great to me sense. But yeah you real men with the blocker. Charged me over the head with something. Funky look for you man. I just. I didn't realize that that's what you were doing as a plan as a devious plan you know making getting revenge for thirty four years of his on here. I'll show somebody fall on their face and a bicycle. And then what. They're facing drafts. And also you will hear me as i mitch mcconnell that dude office since i was sixteen. That's unbelievable you said before. I would do anything to play i would do. I'd get on the court. Whatever the pain was the greatest or most extreme manifestation of that would be what My my interesting brought that up. Because i was eighty. Anthony davis just missed the rest of the place with a groin. My it would have been the lockout year. I was playing really well played in phoenix. And we played the spurs in the first round We were the foresee. They were the five seed. Tim duncan's rookie year. And we had beat them all year. Long i kinda had my way with spurs that year. Just i had a good matchup and i mean average. Probably twenty five game and so. I pulled my hamstring. The last play of the regular season in los angeles and missed game. One sat out play game. Two played great. We won game two right at the end of game too..
"rex." Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"For a number of different reasons. One of them is that he is willing to talk openly and vulnerably to help people in a way that is pretty uncommon so rex chapman story came through miami stardom. At a young age college basketball star. Everyone loved high. Flyer came to the miami heat for awhile. Played for a few different teams but rex. Thank you for being on with us. Because he's got a new podcast out Charges with rex chapman. We'll talk about that in a second. But what i'd like the audience to know is the way that you talk about some of the stuff you've lived dude the way the new talk about some of the stuff that you've been through is more honest than most places. I hear especially in sports. Especially where people care about how they're perceived i. I wish i hadn't done done stuff to have to talk about it. But i have Yeah you know what. I thanks for having me on. I miss seeing poppy everyday. Not used so much but hoppy i miss by yes. You're not alone there. Rex thank you. I know i gave the asshole television show and he's stolen from it he just stole from. I'm aware thank you Now but no. Thanks for having me. I you know that year in miami was fine. We weren't very good but You know i came down there and got to know you set sat with many days after practices and whatnot. Yeah dan i played forever Played in college played an nba. Got a very sick. I got a significant Painkiller problem when i finished playing doctor gave me oxycontin for a routine Appendix surgery in two thousand and for about eighteen months. I spent the better part of that time. Just in a fog of oxycontin. I was taken. Maybe forty bike in ten oxycontin day. Just chewing them up and getting them into my system. And i spent thirteen fourteen years just in and out of rehab and whatnot got in trouble in two thousand fourteen arrested went to jail had to go back to rehab finally got clean and you know for last night was two thousand fourteen so for the last six or seven years. It's been trying to you know. Continue to do the next right thing doing things like this. Amazing 'cause i remember time. Five years ago i was toxic toxic. Nobody wanted to talk to me so it's just been a process. I've got a lot of good friends that have helped me build my life back up and couldn't be more thankful one of the reasons i love talking to athletes. Who were as vulnerable as you though. Because this is what i always thought from afar. And i don't know you this way this way rex but i always thought that wherever it is. That pain medication killer started. I thought that was partially about the body. And i'm watching from faraway. But i'm like oh this guy doesn't know how to deal with the end of his identity and sports dying. It's so much easier. I don't think this is physical. I think this emotional. It is so hard to make that transition wrecks and you a star early. Yeah you're you're you're spot on its arrested development you know. I probably didn't really develop much past age. Seventeen or eighteen even into my thirties and forties. So i went straight from playing and it was you know had seven surgeries my last three years. And you know i was hurt a lot. I just was dying to play. I would do anything to play. So yeah i just It probably started with supposed to be for pay but for sure it was the first for the psychological not dealing with you know i was in a tough marriage because of me and my depression and you know sort of mental illness. Kinda stuff And i started self medicating and that's that's pretty much it. It took me. You know. Till i'm forty five years old before I really took stock of what was going on inside my own head. Try to figure out. Why was doing things so you are trying to bear looking You were trying to bury looking at it right. You didn't want to look at the analysis that comes with i. My career is over. This is who i've always been. I'm supposed to grieve this now in my thirties. I gotta agree. I've got the rest of my life ahead of me. But i i don't want to look at this. I'm because rex the amount that you were using. I've heard you talk about the detail that is crazy. Yeah l. is just a good thing that i i wasn't a drinker if i was a drinker during that time and mixing that with alcohol for sure be dead. I have friends that have died. You know obviously we know of the famous people. Who've died from opioids in this kind of this epidemic over the last twenty years. I feel fortunate to be here to be able to to share the story. I remember being in rehab and rick pitino came to see me in rehab and I was in louisville and he came and he said he looked at me. And i was crying and just numb kinda and i said i'm toxic. Nobody's ever going to want anything to do with me and you know. He just looked at me and said rex. You're going to help a lot of people with the story. This is your story and it snapped back and said this is not my story. Guess what dad. It's my story. rex you are. I can say this without equivocation. I imagine this is the life. You've lived your help and a hell of a lot more people now than you ever did. When you were flying across the sky for anybody with a basketball yeah i hope so. I hope so. 'cause it's not fun to talk about. I'd rather come on and talk about the the nets and the bucks and the sons. The sons in the nuggets last night. But i you know gotta gear up for it. And i honestly because i'll go speak to. You know i speak to groups and whatnot. And i'm kinda gotta get motivated to do it. 'cause it's it's painful every time you know when i think about but think about shoplifting. The apple store. I did that. I did that what i mean i. It just doesn't i dan. You know. I had never been in trouble with my life. Never done a thing wrong. Been sort of a a model. Nba off the court guy and so to reconcile that day in and day out still at this point is still difficult. Take us through because this has become a part of who you are. But i want people to understand the specifics wrecks of how this happens to somebody because i can totally picture that this only happens because your living a life unexamined right. I would fit a whole lot of people. Think well pain pain. And he's trying to get on the court. The emotional part of this i think is harder than the physical part of it and the physical heart is. The physical part is planning hard. Yeah very much. So the you know really is just basically boiling down to know what i had no idea for so long. What was from the time. I was in college. You know when from the outside looking in in the eighties. I'm sure people thought. I had the world by the tail. And maybe maybe i did. And maybe i should have felt that way. But i didn't. I can remember being in college and just wanting to spend most of the time now wasn't practicing in the bed for sure signs of depression and then i got into the nba and most of my teammates. I was the youngest player in the league. At nineteen kareem was forty one. Most of my teammates were married. So i'd go to practice. And i'd come home and i didn't drink or spoke or party or anything like that and i would sleep and i would so.
Pederson, Arrieta Lead Cubs to 3-1 Win Over Darvish, Padres
"Jack Peterson homered off Yu Darvish and Jake Arrieta allowed one run and four hits in five innings with the cubs three one victory over the Padres Darvish retired his first nine hitters before Peterson went deep to tie the game Darvish pitched well but took the hard luck loss when the cubs scored the go ahead run in the seventh on Anthony Rizzo's double play ball Sergio Alcantara homered off familia pecan with one out in the eighth his first of the season rex brothers picked up the win and Craig Kimbrel got the save I'm Dave Ferrie
Innovation and the new Roaring 20s: Anton Babkov & Tom McCarthy
"On the show. Today i'm joined by a couple of innovators in the area of real estate automation. That's rex lab. Ceo anton babkov and rick crm. Hit of product. Tom mccarthy so welcome. Back to the show and tom and the show for the first time. Tom glad to be here. Yeah really really excited. Thanks for having a say well. It's it's great to have you back because we've had some great chats in the past. And thomas mentioned your first timer on elevates they can you describe exactly what it is j. x labs. Yeah so. I'm the head of product for rex. And my role is basically purely focused on the on the crm in coordinating without design and development team. Basically chart the cost for the product. So i spend a lot of time talking to customers getting product feedback and then taking that feedback to product team and working on building new features and solving new problems and moving the product ford and a bunch of ways. Amazing and radio. I think you'll buys have changed on the website. Because i was reading them before we walked in here. And they great. By the way and anton you describe yourself as doing all sorts of ceo things including hailing. Take news and jumping up and down with excitement. What's the in may jump up and down with excitement in the race in recent months. Oh god what i. It's an exciting time. It's such an exciting time to be alive. The roaring twenties of back. This is my big name. I think Covid has done some really interesting things in terms of people saving money and also suppressing some of those instincts that we have to travel abroad. And do all those things as we don't destroy we're gonna be stuck here for a little while so it's really interesting. Seeing how people are translating that into into creativity and Into some you proceeds and is really fascinating with the money. Money supply people are starting to spend some of those that was squirreling away. What's happening with the property market. What's happening around climate change. What's happening in technology and being at the cross section of that business. That that's definitely got me jumping up and down with excitement at the moment. It's extraordinary such an amazing time for the industry. Such extraordinary time for the industry to make hype all the signs but also kind of knowing that this really strong fundamentals that are driving some of the gross and some of the activity that we saying. It's a really big macro changes. It's just an exciting time. Who wouldn't be jumping up and down.
Vaccination Clinic Near Boston ‘Takes Fear Away and Adds Fun’
"Week from today. The goal now is to vaccinate as many people as possible. WBZ TV is Christina Rex in Chelsea, with vaccinations up and hospitalizations down in communities hit hardest by covert 19 like here in Chelsea. Things are starting to look up just one week before the state reopen its It looks like a carnival, which balloon animals and slushies believe it or not. This is a Chelsea vaccine clinic, so it's a perfect way to take the fear away and add fun and get people vaccinated. In the final push of Massachusetts effort to stop the spread of covert vaccinations are focused on hard hit communities like Chelsea and on kids. It didn't hurt at all. Honestly, 13 year old Melissa Salgueiro just got her first doats and 11 flushing. It's really nice, honestly, cause they're giving out free stuff, and that's really nice of them. Massachusetts is a U. S leader in vaccinations with 4.2 million people having at least one dose of the vaccine and nearly 3.4 million fully vaccinated. Amazing. I'm obviously so proud of
Who Laps Whom on the Walking Track, Tyrannosaurus Rex or You?
"One has ever seen tarinah source walk. Still movies like jurassic park have guessed how fast it would have done that now. Scientists have used the skeleton of t. Rex to model the bio mechanics of the animals stride and they've estimated its dreaded at a leisurely pace on par with humans. Ostriches elephants and giraffes. And it's not just limited to those animals. Horses gazelles news. Turns out that actually. Most animals don't tend to walk. Superfast pasha von beyeler is a movement. Scientists had variety university in amsterdam. His team studied the skeleton of not. Rex housed in a dutch museum. The specimen nicknamed tricks is exceptionally well preserved. So they were able to. How ligaments would have attached to and linked to the animal's tail bones. Those ligaments they would've acted like rubber bands and the researchers used mathematical modeling to study. How they would have given the tail bounce as the t. rex. The animal could have taken advantage of that natural bouncy rhythm to save energy as it moved that is basically resonance you get more movement for less effort if you choose to correct rhythm at which you do things so that helped estimate the beat which t rex would have pounded its feet but to determine speed. They still needed to know how far each step was and to do that. We found fossilized track way of a slightly smaller through sword. Skilled it up to the size of our t. rex and that gives you a step length. Multiple is step length by step rhythm and you get a speed of one point two eight meters per second or about two point nine miles per hour. The results were published by the royal society. Von bildt says he's seen a lot of headlines stating that humans could have outpaced t rex. Not so he says. Once the animal started running. I guess we should be glad that there's a lot of time between us and t-rex
What Does AI-Enabled Work Look Like?
"Sapir glad to have you back with us. And we're talking about serving approach to thinking about ai that actually a little bit different than we've covered on previous episodes which is to say. What is it day in. The life like of someone who's able to be a enabled in their job. This important people need to know what it's gonna feel like what changes in. Look like an understand that beginning to the specifics. I'd love to get a sense of what a business user is you. I know you think about two main types of business users may be particularly though. That's a good question. A good starting point as well. And we'll i there's a lot of discussion around. Wear the business analysts. The future is what they're going to look like right eating from an educational perspective but but really we think about someone who is a subject matter rex again. It could be someone who's in a marketing al's say it'd be someone who's in supply chain logistics business auction subject matter expert and then someone who works with data on a daily basis right. Maybe they used typically data already to make decisions at this kind of your your prototypical. Serve of that persona if you will raise us in our predictive capabilities.
A NASA Mom
"The lead mom for the. Oh cyrus rex mission masses i e asteroid sample return mission. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shaped our future masses cyrus. Rex mission made history in october. Twenty twenty when it successfully collected a sample from asteroid. Banou naji. Castro is the lead mom for nasa so cyrus rex mission. That is she's the mission operations manager. Naji says it is bittersweet to say goodbye to the asteroid that was the spacecraft's since its arrival in two thousand eighteen. But she is very excited to know that scientists will have an actual piece of banou to study. although twenty twenty was a difficult year for humankind. Najji is proud to be part of a team that prioritized health safety and continued mission. Success milestones leading up to the touch and go sample collection proved the teams dedication toward a shared objective in spite of being socially distanced and more geographically separated than ever before. Now she and her team are now carefully preparing for the spacecraft's returned to earth and just like any mom. She won't rest easy until cyrus. Rex has returned
OSIRIS-REx 'MOM' Says Goodbye to Asteroid
"Masses cyrus. Rex mission made history in october. Twenty twenty when it successfully collected a sample from asteroid. Banou naji. Castro is the lead mom for nasa so cyrus rex mission. That is she's the mission operations manager. Naji says it is bittersweet to say goodbye to the asteroid that was the spacecraft's since its arrival in two thousand eighteen. But she is very excited to know that scientists will have an actual piece of banou to study. although twenty twenty was a difficult year for humankind. Najji is proud to be part of a team that prioritized health safety and continued mission. Success milestones leading up to the touch and go sample collection proved the teams dedication toward a shared objective in spite of being socially distanced and more geographically separated than ever before. Now she and her team are now carefully preparing for the spacecraft's returned to earth and just like any mom. She won't rest easy until cyrus. Rex has returned
Davies, Pederson lead Cubs over Pirates 3-2, 4th win in row
"Zach Davies and three relievers combined to get the job done as the cubs defeated the pirates three to two Davies pitched seven shutout innings and only had one strikeout but his sinker was working witnessed fourteen ground outs games like this trying to keep the ball on the grounds as much as possible and just trying to get bad swings think that's where I succeed the most is when you you have often on swings and guys I put the barrel on the ball as much the cubs scored solo runs in each of the first three frames the cubs totaled nine hits on the afternoon with Jack Peterson leading the way with three singles to go along with that RBI and one run scored rex brothers got the last out in the ninth inning for his first save as the cubs have won four straight David Shuster Chicago
Huawei SF5 Electric SUV Debuts at Shanghai
"Wa wa famous name in terms of mobile devices. Chinese tech giant wa wa technologies has the s f five electric. Suv developed that done in partnership with automotive brands. sarah's which will be sold and marketed by wa wa through its flagship. Stores across china says the driven the s s f five apologies boasts to electric motors. All wheel drive five hundred and forty-three holes palette. It's very impressive nor to sixty two miles them out. North one hundred kilometers now in four point six eight seconds again really impressive. All electric range of one hundred eighty kilometers. That doesn't make any sense because they say it will do that in pure electric mode and by now you might have out. I had to take a while to get to because there's pressure least doesn't explicitly say it. This is a range extender. They said that the range extended family topped up in the tangle to a thousand kilometers. It's a one point five liter four cylinder engine. Which is the rex. But we're worried about the battery bits. And so
"rex." Discussed on Everyonecast
"About you know that humans can can you know learn to empower themselves is getting confidence through learning how to channel their inner violence. I'm not saying that. Go outside in start fights and beat the crap out of people. I'm just saying like be extremely competent in confidence with what you with what you can do if worse kissing Over happening and you had to defend your life you know if someone's trying to mug you see your wallet. that's not a worst case scenario. Just give your wallet. It's not worth it. But if someone is actually trying to actually legitimately kill you. That's a time and place where you actually have to learn how to be violent in a way to defend yourself making sure that you survive because people say Someone trying to kill you. Just run away. Well what if the other person is bigger stronger faster than you and your three hundred pounds overweight and you can't run more than a block. You're not getting away. You know you're going die unless you know how to properly defend yourself when i say martial arts karate but like just any way that allows you to be a bigger threat versus the other human being whether that's arming yourself with a weapon whether it's a gun to his pepper spray or or whatever or just learning how to a learning e traditional martial art that allows you to know how to throw a punch or put them into a sleeper hold quickly and just eliminate the threat quickly. And i've been accused of being a purveyor of violence and encouraging people to go out and cause trouble when that's exact opposite of what i want. I don't want people to go out and cause trouble. In fact most of the people you see in a martial arts Doges there were people who were bullied and are looking for a way to defend themselves is actually martial art studios are known for having some of the biggest nerds around and delivery nurse Up to us. It's absolutely love it by you. Are encouraging violence when it's absolutely necessary only when it's absolutely necessary. Violence is the alaska scenario right here beside channeling that violence when you.
"rex." Discussed on Everyonecast
"Places you some potentially controversial fiscal and monetary policies. What have you learned in regards to those if anything. That's a really really good question because cova nineteen and the way that we react to it has pretty much Thrown the mother of all wrenches into every single economic school of thought that exists. I'm ashley Doing actually on this very topic of you know of macroeconomics on the supply side economics versus keynesian economics so so in traditional economics falls into one of two major schools of thought. You have the supply side. Economics wishes about like lower taxes and government regulation and being conservative with money printing to create innovation. And then you have to kenyan model. Which is that the band side which is about you. Know having government step in and fix problems that it perceives before things get really out of hand. Well there's a lot of different economic schools but are you saying those are the two major ones that people are thinking about here in america. Those are the those are two of the bigger ones that are underneath those. There's a lot of other schools of thought as well with the lake for the most part the ones that pretty much up this script to one or the other and then everything else underneath you build on top of that you know so leading up to covid nineteen under donald trump. We were more of supply side economics because he lower taxes for corporations but for everybody. Economy was booming. Stock market was up. Unemployment was down. You know are working out well and then soon as covid nineteen hit and everything shut down. The commie died along with it and we had to pivot very very quickly from less government intervention less direct ls regulations to direct stimulus from the us government into printing are trillions and trillions of dollars. In just the span of one year. We spent more money in this last one year than we have in the last fifty and this propping up the economy right now and so. So what we're seeing is that to back both schools of thought working at the same time and evacuated that. There's one thing that i've learned. Is that look supply side versus demand. Side there really isn't a one size fits all solution to the economy's whatever is needed at that time so I mean to say that the government pure government regulation is good is a very dangerous thing because no regulation. That's what led to the two thousand eight collapse. But at the same time the i do believe that there is such thing as over regulation that could could increase inflation as well with which sport receding There's a tremendous increase in price in in commodities in transportation in all services across the board as the economy is being propped up at the same time. Prices are going up all around our company. We've had actually adjust our prices. Four times from november till now just because the cost of goods is skyrocketing so so is it helpful not helpful. I actually don't even know because on one hand it's helping on the other hand it's hurting at the same time and learn. Anything is just how much how much i just don't know about macro economics. There's a lot of ways to look at it. I'm into that stuff too. So i always like talking about it..
"rex." Discussed on Everyonecast
"New social norms and again i think like if we if we could create a world where people were just able to talk with one another more openly than we can create a greater sense of empathy throughout the world and and the extremist would. They wouldn't be as influential as currently are one hundred percent. Believe that guys. Like ben shapiro and bernie. Sanders are able to sit in a room and have a conversation. You know as far as you know one guy's far left when guys far right. But they're both intelligent with get them in the same room and not have a debate. I hate the base. Debase of pointless But have an honest discussion and just talk about things not nothing about. I'm trying to prove something on you. I'm not trying to shove my ideologies on you. Let's just talk about. Hey how did you arrive at your ideas. How did you become a right winger. How did you become a left. Winger how did you reach these conclusions. They might just be the hippie in hockey. I did notice in the minimum wage video. You were talking about Some other considerations like for example depending on where you live. The implication could be a lot different macro economics and just the world in general just way too complex. You know to just box into a simple one rule fits all kind of thing. Everything has to be. Everything has to be a case by case scenario. Whether we're talking about police brutality or a minimum wage every areas tremendously different fifteen dollars an hour on a full time job forty hours a week. Fifty two weeks out of the equation. Thirty thousand two hundred dollars in new york city that That's where i grew up in like thirty thousand. Gets you nowhere. But you know if you're on the mobile alabama you know thirty grand. You're not living a great life but you know you're paying your bills. You're taking care of due to remain as neutral as i can't in my videos because at the end of the day i'm just a guy on the internet. You know my opinion actually like a professor. I haven't done a tremendous like years and years of research into any of anything i talk about. You know i'm just a guy who's read some articles and read some books and has an opinion as a result. My opinion really shouldn't matter much you know. But if you're if we're talking about like for example Discussions of economics. You're listening to a guy like thomas soul you know who's in actual economist or a or a milton. Friedman you guys who've dedicated their lives to economics because they know what they're talking about at a very intimate level of return about psychology of listening to jordan peterson. That guy really knows what he's talking about. You know even the examples of people that you gave you can also listen to professionals who might think differently. Been those people do for sure. One hundred percent while speaking of Economics and things like that. Yeah you seem seem pretty interested in those sorts of things. There's been a lot of craziness in stock market may.
"rex." Discussed on Everyonecast
"I don't see how it could be a sinking ship for at least from my perspective. You know way you save in learning on stuff. What about anything. That's not career related. So i did send you a link to my youtube channel. That's something fairly new that i've been doing. Oh yeah i did. Check that out briefly. I think what you think. I checked out one video. The minimum wage video. Actually i didn't watch the whole thing super hot topic. That was a little boring to watch. I wonder if you're going for a particular theme or if you're just making whatever it's on your mind it's kind of both So so yeah so to answer your question. I've been getting into more film. editing lately. Did film editing in college. As just as a. I just took a class on justice class but kind of got put on hold for a little while and i'm recently getting back into it because s cliche as it sounds. There's a lot of Does a tremendous lack of dialogue in discussion. You know the ability to sit down and have a conversation seems to be dropping as social media grows as people tend to have conversations through text when communication is only about twenty five percent verbal. There's you know there's there's there's tone of voice that comes into play there's body language that comes into play. There's hesitation pauses play. That really helped drive home a message. And you don't get any of that in a Textual based conversation. Because you're assuming the tonality of your person you're assuming the body language and and assumptions are dangerous especially when they're wrong so my goal with the youtube channel whistle. Just talk about you know things that could be somewhat controversial like the fifteen dollar a minimum wage. And you know. Try to try to talk about it in a way. That as unbiased as possible. When i just lay out certain facts and things in research findings that i find an i try to get people to talk about it in a civilized way you know. There's no reason that to people who are opposing thoughts can't sit down and talk things out and you know reach a middle ground..
"rex." Discussed on Everyonecast
"I would describe myself as a person. I'm an avid learner. If there is a topic that interested in. I'm will pursue it to to my very best ability to not necessarily. They're really become expert at it because to become an expert in anything requires a minimum ten thousand hours general rule of thumb but at least be competent enough in my understanding of whatever. That topic is so that i can speak on that topic confidently and know that i have a decent understanding of what it is but also know enough to know that i. I have still no idea of what i'm talking about. I mean so whatever role. I find myself in life if he requires me to learn new skill. I'm going to learn that new skills to the best of my ability every few years. Your life will drastically change. That's you know everybody for the most part so you know i just. I'm thirty two years old so like every couple of years. I learned something completely new and i just keep all moving forward to. I guess that's the best way to describe myself. A constant learner constant volver of kind of like how a phoenix like dies and resurrects stronger than it was before learning is fun as a point for me where it usually starts getting very complicated and that's when it starts being less fun i mean. No you don't want to necessarily be an expert in everything and you just want to have a competent understanding which is more like you carry a conversation with. What have you been learning recently so before we started recording. I recently started at a new company. Not gonna really talk about it right now because it's still in the startup so we're still working on a lot of things I thought you were going to give all the secret plans. Our plans for domination. Come in about in about two months. You'll find out then no But like the past six years of my life. I worked in sales so i picked up a lot of sales knowledge but with this current group of taking on the role of programs and systems developer. Because i just happened to be pretty sufficient with microsoft excel and spreadsheets. And at the face that we're in we could still get away with running the company on excel spreadsheets as we grow up. Obviously that's going to change. But because i was so good at it at the founder's day recognized that they brought me on board. And i've been helping them do that. So as a result of picking up other technical skills on computers as well in the last six months. I've been teaching myself Python programming language as well as a java script as well just so i can help create you know a web applications to help us run certain softwares and create certain back in programs for our sales staff as well. I've studying systems development. I've i've been reading this book You can't see the camera. I've been reading the the lean startup and just finish. Finish scrums about two days ago so just so just trying to pick up. As much knowledge as a can on just systems development and just innovation altogether spreadsheets are one of those things where the skill will carry over to a lot of different areas. Just one of those things you have in your toolbox that is applicable to many things. And you're gonna find the same thing with also what you're learning development wise python and whatever else you're doing Same idea applies. Like who doesn't want automation does and.
"rex." Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"NASA Cyrus Rex spacecraft has successfully touched down on the surface of the boulder-strewn asteroid bennu collecting samples of the space rocks regular before returning to orbit the dust and pollen has picked up during the touch-and-go event will be returned to Earth in 2023. The 492 meter wide asteroid bennu is Annie or near Earth object currently around three hundred Twenty-One thousand kilometers away in an intrinsically dynamically unstable orbit, which intersects with and Crosses Earth's orbit around the Sun and that makes been to a potential impactor. In fact, it currently have that one in 2700 chance of eventually colliding with the Earth sometime during the next Century. The resulting impact would have the equivalent power of a 1200 Megaton thermonuclear device not enough to destroy the entire planet, but certainly enough to wipe out a small country. The 2110 kilogram is Cyrus Rex spacecraft was launched from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on September 8th 2016 arriving at the new and December 2018 the probe spending a total of three years orbiting the asteroid mapping its surface and geology studying. It's Evolution its composition. It's chemistry and mineral makeup, but certainly the highlight of mission is to touching good to sit and Sample collection the spacecraft spent 4 hours slowly descending from orbit to a checkpoint just a hundred twenty five meters above the rock-strewn surface wage. They're done. It took the first of two engine Burns this one designed to maneuver into position directly over the Nightingale sample collection site ten minutes later the spacecraft fired. It's just it's for a second time. This match point burn was designed to slow its descent to match the asteroid speed and rotation for the final contact with the surface it then continued a treacherous. 11 minute Coast pasta Boulder the size of a two-story house called Mount tune to eventually touchdown in a clear spot in the basketball sized crater on the news northern hemisphere the actual touchdown contact point one of few relatively clear areas on this heavily. Rock covered surface was no larger than the size of a couple of car parking spots. Asaurus Rex then used its 3.35 meter robotic arm to position its Collective head on the surface and fire a shot of gas kicking up dust and Pebbles which were then quickly scooped up for return to Earth scientist and a determining whether a second touchdown go will be undertaken on January 12th at the backup sample site notice Osprey, which is another relatively Boulder free area inside a crater this one close to the news equator a Cyrus Wrecking slated to leave orbit around the new in March 2021 with a sample-return capsule being jettison for a parachute Landing in the Utah desert on September 24th, 2023 khong And Nagle from NASA's deep space Communications Network near Canberra, which was the primary station for much of the touch and go says the operation went just like clockwork by the spacecraft successfully touchdown in this area. Not much bigger than the size of about two car parking spaces and squeezed down between building sized boulders to be able to go and grab them samples of the surface of asteroid wage, which is considered to be one of the early building blocks of the solar system sort of a time capsule the way that planets began their formation about four and a half billion years ago. And this was a really tricky operation were a huge Boulders all around the landscape there. The spacecraft of course is for the last two years has been doing a high resolution map of the entire surface of the asteroid and actually in some areas down to just a few millimeters per pixel resolution to the maps were very high quality to the spacecraft could actually recognize specific features around and in Nightingale crater and navigate. Down and as we were getting data back mission team are calling through that the spacecraft was within a fraction of a meter of the position where it should be and was maneuvering down very very safely that little only centimeters per second and out a bill of 8 hours per second to make that touch fire. It nitrogen gas kind of starting to scoop up some of that material from the surface daughter of course has been streaming down to our tracking station here in Canberra. The science team will build up a greater knowledge of how much they've collected. I have more pictures and more data from the surface of this amazing little world is in camera played a big role. Yes. So today we're along with our sister station in California are antennas were focused on the signals coming back from Osiris Rex our control room in Canberra was operating as in tablet in California down here in Canberra and making sure that information could come back and it was at various times. There was a potential for the signal to drop out during The Descent and our teams and have to reacquire that signal because yep, Passing the mission science team needs is for their anxiety to go a lot higher if the call drops out. So everything went absolutely textbook the spacecraft behave properly. The mission team was very happy and our accessory team here in Canberra didn't awesome job ensuring that all their signals came through we're going to be spending the next few hours days and weeks collecting more information. Make sure everything is right for this spacecraft to return a sample back to Earth in September 2023. There's going to be a lot of preparation that these in Canberra have to do for for something like this. You must be rehearsing stuff all the time just like an astronaut might trained for a mission the dates. We also have to do around training because every spacecraft in out of the Forty missions were supporting right now, they all have different personalities different traits and the way that they communicate would it be able to handle different part of the emission. So our team has to be ready for every single scenario that could possibly happen there a signal drops out of the spacecraft goes into safe mode or some other anomaly may occur and we are always the phone number. Point of contact in the Database Network to put things in place to bring the spacecraft back to life. Make sure we're in contact with the mission team of course, too. They can learn their science team and their job is to bring your spacecraft back to full health fortunately with a Saurus Rex. It's been actually a really reliable spacecraft and really quite amazing. We're being part of this journey since it launched in 2016 am driving at the asteroid in 2018 between right through its journey and now this capture of material from the surface and will be with it until it returns to earth in another three years from now parachuting hopefully down into the Utah desert. Yes and having those samples back on Earth will be able to really learn a lot more. We're using the whole Suite of instruments throw available on a planet with lots of sight as being able to study and analyze this material in different ways. So we can really learn just the nature of these sorts of objects and they do has particular interest apart from the fact that it's early building block of our solar system. It's also an asteroid that crosses the Earth or wage On a regular basis and there's a potential in the year 2156. So it gets closer than probably normally would so we want to know whether it poses any kind of threat any more about its composition density of those materials. We can potentially know what to do about an object like this before it gets too close for comfort. Yeah one in 2700 chance of an impact sometime in the next Century. Yes, So this asteroid is going to continue to be studied for many many years to come with all this data that's come back and perhaps even future missions sending out a spacecraft to put a radio beacon on the back office and have already discussing those ideas so that we can track it with much higher-resolution. Keep a very close eye on the new. Yes. So the object of course is like a an ice skate. I've you know spinning on the ice there depending on whether you're spreading your arms are pulling them in your rotation rate can increase so it is object as it accumulates more material is also other material being thrown off. So, yep. Spinrite as actually I think will increase over time if there's a Guinness World Record for a science works as well. Yes. The spacecraft is now in the official Guinness Book of Records for the tightest orbit the smallest dog around the smallest object.
"rex." Discussed on BrainStuff
"With a name that literally means tyrant Lizard King You'd assume that tyrannosaurus rex would get a bit more respect, but the giant predators disproportionately small arms have been the subject of ridicule for decades there are also a scientific puzzle more than one hundred years after discovery of this species, experts still don't know why huge animal one that could reach lengths of forty feet, or twelve meters, or more had four limbs. That were much longer. Longer than an adult humans, if the arms were limp muscle free pegues, it'd be easy to assume that they serve no purpose. However, the evidence hints at a more complicated story, a few studies have argued that judge by the muscle scars left behind on T. rex limb bones, a full grown dinosaur could curl more than two hundred and twenty pounds or one hundred kilograms with each one of their biceps then again. This isn't as impressive as it sounds. Thomas R Holtz of vertebrate paleontologist at the University of Maryland tells us that some people like to overrate Tirana sources upper body strength that figure from before only translates to about one point. Two five percent of the dinosaurs total body weight, which may have been in the ballpark of around eight tons or eight thousand kilograms. Holt says that's like a two hundred pound or ninety kilogram man proud. Proud of the ability to curl two point, five pounds or one kilogram on these grounds, a few experts have concluded that tyrannosaurus arms were either functionless or seldom used, but not all paleontologists by this idea for his money. Kenneth Carpenter of UTAH. State University thinks the little limbs made great hunting tools in two thousand, eight, he and fellow paleontologist Christine. Lipkin impaired the five to source rex wishbones. For years that were known to science at the time shaped like a giant boomerang. Sits between the shoulder blades, three of the five wishbones that carpenter and Lipkin studied show, telltale signs of injury, among these were stress fractures, which must have re healed in life. So, what does this mean well? According to carpenter? The fore limbs were subjected to a great deal of repetitive stress, which was not uniform or steady, instead there were moments of extraordinarily great force applied to the arms. The likely explanation is that t rex used its fore limbs to grab hold of large struggling prey, a plus sized thrashing victim could easily fracture the carnivores, wishbone, or at least tear a few arm. Arm Muscles loose other ideas about the purpose of T.. REX arms have nothing to do with subduing victims. One School of thought involves naptime perhaps after a good night's sleep. Taran disorders use those arms to push itself up off the ground, or maybe they had a sexier function. Henry Fairfield Osborn the paleontologist who named the species back in nineteen o five believed that males used their four limbs to grab hold of their mates as Holtz and others have admitted. There simply isn't enough evidence at this time to conclusively refute or verify any of these notions, such is often the nature of paleontology.
"rex." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To see if rex is available in your area rex fully supports the principles of the fair housing act equal opportunity I sponsored by Audi right now trending on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. the food and drug administration will allow private companies to begin marketing corona virus test kits directly to the public and the FDA will review the accuracy of test data submitted by the manufacturer hobby Shipman a seventeen year old high school junior from Mercer island which is just outside of Seattle started one of the most widely used novel coronavirus trackers to date even tracking the virus before it left mainland China that's foresight my goodness yeah he was tracking this thing way back so he was talking to democracy now which is a podcast and hear Schiffman of why he started this website I started this website around Christmas of last year and I mean the main goal of it was to provide just an easy way to see the street faxing the data you know without having to make a website that was biased or you know full of ads or anything like that so I mean you can like go on the phone I just instantly see the net like the quick facts you can see the total amount of cases the total deaths and you know all that kind of information and you can get that for individual countries and now U. S. states too and and all kinds of things so I I didn't want to make it hard you know you shouldn't have to go through government websites and download like a daily PDF that's probably out of date by the time you read it and you know have to go through all kinds of complicated things just to see you know the the straight facts so okay you know what else is a place in Mercer island outside of Seattle Bill Gates right I'm just saying yeah but it's a tactic it's a tech friendly area on March zero live on that idea now the site that he created has been visited by tens of millions from every country on earth that tracks deaths numbers of cases locally and globally it provides an interactive map information on the disease and a Twitter feed the resource update every minutes or south so it pulls in information from the World Health Organization and the centers for disease control and other qualified government agencies mischief man talks about how he started tracking the numbers even before the disease came to the United States or even spread out of mainland China I I saw this on the news kind of a long time ago and I noticed that it was really hard just to to find the information and there is a lot of just misinformation spreading so I decided to be kind of cool to create a website and just kind of make it like a a central hub of information good for him well I would be kind of cool to create a website used by tens of millions under the world everybody would look at right right now okay so how does a seventeen year old know how to do this I get one clue is what us with Sam just that you know he lives in an area that's very technocratic might I mean I I've been programming for about a decade now but I've only been doing web development for a couple months so I a lot of it was you know just kind of learning as I was as I went along I mean you can learn like anything online I just kind of you know if I had a question I don't know how to do a certain thing I just went on Google and searched it out figured out how to do it and eventually got it to work you just Google it so in order to grow another great website out there John Hopkins university of medicine they have a corona virus virus resource center just call that up has all the latest information that's fantastic I mean and and by the way if you want to check out this young man's website the website is N. cove twenty nineteen dot live and that C. O. V. twenty nineteen dot live interesting guy out to the roads we got a check for normal side Brian this report is brought to you by east line as you would expect very like travel on our freeways all the way around eighty from Roseville nine minutes to the cap cities what passes.
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"Rex and the Doobie brothers since nineteen eighty five debut album had three number one singles and she went on to be the first artist to have seven consecutive singles top the charts before she passed away in twenty twelve it's the first year Biggie Smalls has been eligible well T. rexes been eligible since nineteen ninety three the induction ceremony is set for may second at the public auditorium in Cleveland which is the home of the museum performance will be on HBO televised live for the first time hours fox news six twenty seven now when it's time to hit the hay at the end the night there are two types of sleepers those who wear their jammies in those who sleep Buck naked and it turns out what you where are you don't wear it to bed could say a lot about you the survey reveals the typical trait to people who wear PJ's to bed and those who don't might surprise you to for example those who sleep naked are more likely to be introverted more likely to be a night owl have sex five times a week and also a lot of self confidence to in the meantime those who wear their jammies they're more likely to be the outgoing more likely to be a mix of a night owl or an early bird have sex four times a week and also a self confident themselves to even though the covered her pajamas regardless of preference both naked sleepers in pajamas the people who wear them for further option because they say they feel more comfortable sixty one percent versus seventy percent twenty six percent of those who wear their pajamas say a benefit is that they don't have to wash the sheets as often but thirty six percent of nude sleepers believe it's healthier to sleep in the buff twenty four percent of pajama wears don't sleep naked because they're worried about accidentally being seen in the buff and regardless of preference folks say it took on average three months to feel comfortable with the closing of choice for bedtime so there you go what you wear to bed by say a lot about you it's six twenty eight the inventors of cool sculpting or creating a new tool to fight fat it's called a slurry a needle is filled with an ice solution called slurry which freezes and kills fat cells apparently it can target anywhere a needle can reach too this is what cool sculpting already does though with the device that's pressed over the skin that can take up to an hour whereas the injection logistics seconds researchers in Boston they say that the method has only been tested on pigs and it showed a fifty five percent loss in fact thickness to and if you're ready for a little fizz in your morning Cup of Joe well as coca Cola to the rescue soon going to be two new coffee drinks with soda on the store shelves coca Cola plans to launch three flavors a dark blend of an ally and the caramel the twelve ounce cans have seventy calories and more caffeine than regular coke it's been a hit in Europe apparently for the company they decided to give it a try here stateside yes Pepsi and you guessed that they're already hot on the heels they're already in the game the company announcing its own coffee Cola last month both brands launch in April by the way and even though I dress elbow has pretty much given up hope for playing James Bond he still might have a shot that's according to the franchise producer a barber Brooke Coley the role will always be a man she said but the color is negotiable barber shop down rumors that the next agent double oh seven would be a woman saying quote I believe that we should be creating new characters for women strong female character she explained I'm not particularly interested though in taking a male character and having a woman player I think women are far more interesting than that James Bond the producer says will always be a man but the color of the skin is negotiable is now six thirty to the roadways into the traffic center again with John hamlet from indeed dot com hi traffic so far across the.
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"What is full should we take some calls should rex is been waiting a very long time line three wrecks thank you for your patience thanks thank you doctor G. yes I read the constitution in article one section three says that the trial should be held in the Senate under oath and affirmation so that means the Democrats are gonna have to testify under penalty of perjury the government how is that going to happen would you read well right now it's it's all lies who you're saying and right after documents so what when push comes to shove what Democrat and they're gonna sacrifice to get up there and lie under oath well this is why Nancy looks very very worried this is the big question the question is is the the Senate Republican caucus going to put the pedal to the metal and actually have a serious trial where we get to the bottom of the corruption of Adam Schiff in the whistle blows actually seen in public this is this is you know the question of the day so yeah this is this is meant to be a serious event our founding fathers said you only have an impeachment when there is a crisis in the nation I don't know do you do you trust the GOP the two actually make this a serious event rex that I don't know that you're not till now they have not been fighting back let's hope they do and on the same subject that Jesse got impeached how did he get elected because the punishment for removal from office includes not being able to hold any office of honor or prestige well you have to also Democrats is that man was impeached removed from his job ship and now he he's been reelected he's had this is his ninth term in office as a Democrat after being impeached or removed four including the charge of taking bribes rex the wonderful questions to answer that you can't do that well that's what tells you everything you need to know about the Democrat party in that added to the constitution despite the fact that they want to wave it in our faces for the last six weeks thank you for your patience a rex let's go to Jim who's on this topic in Ohio line for Jim welcome to America first I Sebastian first of all let me congratulate you on your show but I was watching my local news here and I had been about the impeachment and all of a sudden how suddenly they do this stuff I ruin my life for thirty years following politics right seven old but they they go on and Joe Kennedy the third is up there talking to me saying how despicable this is and how it's destroying the country and the president is overstating his power and using his power abusively and stuff and then at the bottom of it it says are Massachusetts and I called somebody in the room I go do you see that when I'm seeing that are this is also believe they do as somebody who doesn't follow anything while at that and they would say look even the Republicans are against him and they they know what they're doing when they don't close because you know the the accidents only go in one direction right definitely all the time it's ridiculous yeah that's that's why when he calls the fake news the enemy of the people he is on the money thank you Jim keep your eagle eyes out for the forces in the quote on quote mainstream media let's go to Margie in Houston aligned to Margie welcome aboard hi after Cork as I want to tell you how much I enjoy your enjoyed your book on audible thank you that would take a lot of what really leroy and I were locked in the studio for several days recording the war for America's soul well yeah I did a great job we listen share it with the kids while we were and making thanksgiving dinner why and how cool I know you're going to turning point and my daughter's gone through that before and loved it all right I am a twenty point right now thank you for giving me the opportunity of much if you like the books down the line I want to give you a signed copy of my previous book why we fight thanks for the kind words yes I sat in the studio with the wrong for several days recording the book and it's available in order all right now go to Amazon dot com and you can order the war for America's sold on old people which we read in the studio and yes I am right now in west Palm Beach for the twenty nineteen student action summit four thousand young Americans here full twenty point USA's biggest summit event and tonight we will be celebrating with the Golla at Mar a Lago and I will keep you informed on social media but before I do that balance of nature my friends have you join the balance of nature team what doctor Douglas how has created is truly remarkable this health supplement has in one little portion those six or capsules three read for fruit three green vegetables the equivalent of ten the servings of the T. one different fruits and vegetables that is your health and you had.
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