20 Burst results for "Seven Kilos"
"seven kilos" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm
"I'll put it straight online of May. Look in a Kennel. Brought out well I got that smoker right and it's actually in one of the Kennels doesn't really use them at the my mood. Just march it oaks, and so I get up a little while ago at two in the morning to put on a brisk to. Pets Pot of the tragic gang I'm one of the Cool Guy Yeah. You got to join the group and everything, so it's doing the morning one in the morning whatever it was because I wanted to have it for lunch the next day. I carry out these like seven kilos of made. A happy but I. Get up. It's. Just go out to put it on. It's already there sitting on the bench, so I just get straight up nothing but my underpants at two. In the morning, I ran out and winter in winter. Running up of got to meet with me I. Turn on the smoker I. Put it down. I'm like yes, see you in twelve hours. The doors. Outside some doing the morning. Like. Shit and I look, and because of only just call yourself a good dog trainer and you haven't even latched door. I turn around and I look at the. Smoke because it's just been turned on its not a temperature yet, so it's GonNa display like the air temperature degree. FAULK! It's two in the morning and I'm the wear nothing but underpants ugh boots. Dogs. S is. Carrying like a seven Kilo brisket out there like Oh my God. He's the. Does like Oh, my God..
Why Is Plankton Our Tiniest Unsung Hero?
"One of Earth's unsung heroes is also among its tiniest plankton. A single celled algae. It's barely visible to the eye. But it contributes to some of the world's most important resources it's essential to the food chain. It's a main supplier of oxygen and it's the fuel that keeps our cars running and our homes heated these organisms. No bigger than a human hair float. The sunny upper parts of the Ocean. The two main types of plankton phytoplankton and zooplankton support one another phytoplankton and organism so small. The millions can fit in one drop of water produces its own energy through photosynthesis accounts for nearly half of all photosynthesis on the planet zooplankton which are tiny animals in. Crustaceans like Copa Pods. Along with other small fish and marine creatures eat phytoplankton. Then become food for bigger fish and so on up the food chain from seals dolphins virtually every creature in the Ocean. Each either plankton or an organism. That depends on plancton in a David versus Goliath. Battle filter feeding baleen whales like the humpback rely on tiny organisms. Such as plankton and Krill. A filter these whales take huge gulfs of water than use their tongues to push out liquid. So foods like Krill. Plankton remain right. Whales also swim up and mouthed through plankton filled waters. They trapped the plankton and third tongue. That pushes the organisms down their throat but plankton role in the food doesn't stop in the ocean polar bears and seabirds rely on Plankton. Fueled meals like seals and fish. Even humans. Count on fish and therefore plankton to survive Americans loan eat around fifteen and a half pounds or about seven kilos of fish and shellfish per person per year. That's a whole lot of plankton. Plankton itself is making. Its way toward dinner tables. It's not common in restaurants yet. But on Angelina and Nuno Mendez. Both shafts of Michelin starred restaurants in Britain added Plankton to a special event menu in two thousand thirteen. This included delicacies. Like a plankton cocktail and plankton risotto. Leon told the UK newspaper Metro. It's velvety dry. Before mixing it with liquid silky ones mixed oily an elegant pungent on the nose yet subtle and leaves a long finish in the mouth while it's still wearing restaurants. Plankton is slowly catching on. According to fine. Dining lovers plankton producers Spanish agriculture company Phytoplankton Marino are growing microalgae for human consumption and one chef even tried his hand at Phytoplankton bread. Plantains earthly contributions go beyond the food chain. Marine plants like FIDO PLANKTON KELP and the plankton. Pretty seventy percent of Earth's oxygen in fact pro chloro- caucus type of phytoplankton produces the oxygen for one out of every five breaths a human takes and IDA plankton superpowers. Don't stop there. Not ONLY DO THEY HELP. Produce Oxygen through photosynthesis phytoplankton take carbon from the atmosphere during the process of living and store it in the ocean. They die which ultimately helps curb climate. Change this is similar to the process. Trees used to store carbon in leaves since photosynthesis consumes carbon dioxide. The carbon is basically stored in each plankton. A one group of scientists found that FIDO plankton incorporate up to forty five to fifty billion tons of inorganic carbon into their cells and that petroleum. We used to fuel our cars. It's made reprocess. The dates back to ancient seas and also involves that tiny superhero of an organism plankton when plankton die they sink to the bottom of the oceans. Here debris settles on top of them and chemical reactions transform the materials into waxy kerogen and Bittermann a black tar. That's one of the main ingredients of petroleum the carriage and also undergoes further changes as it heats and it becomes what's known as crude oil or if temperatures are even hotter natural gas plankton may be essential but the small organism is also a little bit trixie scientists too long struggle to accurately predict fido plank to numbers and growth rates. But that changed in two thousand five thanks to Nasr's satellite observations and thus reported that scientists can figure out phytoplankton numbers based on how green water is when phytoplankton get stressed by cold water. They become less green phytoplankton. Rich waters become greener as conditions and growth rates improve. Oh and by night. Plankton filled water conglo through the organisms bioluminescence electric blue green red or orange researchers estimate phytoplankton makes one percent of all of Earth's biomass. That's the total mass of organisms. But that number is dwindling study published in the journal Nature in July of twenty ten showed that gradually warming ocean waters have destroyed some forty percent of earth's phytoplankton since nineteen fifty whether we know it or not all. Humans rely on this micro algae. That's why a forty percent decrease or more is worrisome.
How Do Bengal Cats Work?
"About six million years ago to feline factions went their separate separate ways. A small bodied cat living in Europe came the common ancestor of both groups. One lineage eventually gave rise to Felix Casas. The modern in domestic cat kept in millions of households the other produced species known as and forgive my rusty Latin Prion alias Ben Glances or the wild leopard cat distributed across southern and eastern Asia it prowls forests farms and grasslands weighing about seven to fifteen pounds. That's about three to seven kilos on average few mistake the creature for an actual leopard yet. It's a skilled Predator all the same and just like leopards. Many of these we be sees are covered with Rosettes roundish spot clusters that surround lighter patches. A for in the twentieth century demand for exotic exotic looking pets created a hybrid cat market by crossing p Ben Glens is with the more familiar Felix. Casas a new breed rose in prominence. Athletic I and willful this so-called Bengal cat can be quite a handful and as we'll see it's no stranger to controversy. One of the cat lovers lovers who helped the bengals get its start was geneticist William Center wall in Nineteen seventy-one sent her wall then a professor at California's Loma Linda University began crossing using domestic cats with leopard cats. The latter are resistant to the Feline version of leukemia cancer. He was studying through his hybridize. Cats sent her wall all sought new insights into the hereditary processes associated with this disorder. He wasn't the first person to breed. Leopard cats with domestics reports show that other are hybrids were born as far back as nineteen thirty one and we can't discuss bengals origins without acknowledging the late. Jean mill a collaborator center walls. This conservationist made it aware cat with the Black Tomcat in nineteen sixty. Three bus began a decades long passion for bengals Mills Gorgeous Animals and and their descendants would soon become regulars at high profile cat shows that visibility popularized the breed as a whole another reader of note. Was Bill Angler her a zookeeper and longtime animal importer using a leopard cat named Shah bread. A number of half domestic half wild kittens in the early nineteen seventies. He's he might have also given these critters popular name. Popular Myth Says Bengal could be a play on the abbreviation. Be Angler. Of course it could. It's simply stemmed. From the species name glances the world may never know. Today you can find bengals a number of different colors and patterns a most people associate these animals with the Rosette markings detailed above but not all rosettes look like they can be pointed and vaguely Arrow shaped or circular with a doughnut like flare player. Other bengals have so called pawprint Rosettes as the name implies though splotches almost look like animal tracks and then you've got bengals swirling erling multi toned marble coats instead of the more traditional spots back in nineteen eighty-seven mill bread the first known kitten to rock this distinctive style. The coats base color can be quite variable to depending on the individual can look Brown golden charcoal grey silvery or even whitish. That's right folks. There are are white furred Bengal cats who look like miniature snow leopards out there underneath their showy coats bengals tend to have muscular physiques according to the cat. FANCIERS here's Association. The hind legs are taller than the shoulders. In general adult bengals way about eight to fifteen pounds or seven kilos a tiny bit more than their wild ancestors stars but these guys have a well earned reputation as energetic felines fond of long walks games of fetch bengals are on the move almost constantly way to prevent boredom keepers can stock up on toys or get their pet a feline playmate lake savannah cats another hybrid breed. Bengals have an affinity for water related aided activities from swimming and Kiddie pools to showering with their owners.
"seven kilos" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"It's like you can't scarier sean. What do you think in trouble <hes> uh-huh yeah just yeah me too. I mean here's what we're missing. Dude sorry to cut you off but why did he tell her to get off the bike because he knew he was faster because he yeah because he was going to outrun the cops and he can do with her on it. You're in this together. He should have captured and you go. Oh we all we ride in and she goes on goes. Let's ride on. I look she goes go faster. He goes hold on tight and then you chris. I think that's a bad idea. Did i love it. You're all i love it. I'm all arm all we're going to baja. It's me and my jeff and i'm on the back and cheese driving and she's like. I just busted a wheeler strider and i know you're your lanky. Domos grays disobedient in those cops are lightness up red and blue and you're starving on the way down but you don't have time to like really good food so you have to just <hes> rob. De we gotta go yeah. We got no money. All we got on our board shorts. You rather food truck you drive it and she brings you tacos while you drive it. The allegedly i love the idea time i would need that we go to baugh above the idea of strider jeff ribbon dirtbag interest on the back and she's doing fat wheel aegis right across the border and then the cops and the frigging federales or like stop stop they would respect when they saw aw there would respect dude. Maybe the thing to do is like give her a second chance and like set up a bust. You know where you're like. Hey buddy kevin gave me seven kilos a coke. Excuse stick them under the bed honey and then you have your other friends come in dressed like d agents and then they're like. Where's the coke okay. Where's the coke and you're like looking at with leading is don't say anything and then she says under the bed you like all right. Well guess what dinner plans on friday cancelled down long years no more margaritas bore us. You're done dude d. I wonder if he's asked to take another ride on the bike. Mike just gets on the bike. It's like you wanna get on these. Are the rules dude. It's like in that guy gone sixty seconds. Would you like better having sex boosting cars having sex while based in cars and then they start getting a little hot and heavy engineering and grabs the sanction. He goes good breaks. Good good breaks chasse t you know ten feet switch fuel fuel injectors seventeen inch wheelbase in good breaks yeah. He's gotta hit it. Memphis raines when it rains.
"seven kilos" Discussed on Probably Science
"Linda moulton sent this story in the world's largest parrot found in central a tag or essential taegu of westar. Take just under north or yeah is twice the size of a cap. Oh this is a new zealand story cool so i'm guessing you look out west central. I'll tell you the story is named hercules and expect us. Yes sir harry potter spell for conjuring parrots parrots. Oh we've done it too loud too. Big doubling the size of every pair it in hanging ah the new part is estimated to stand up to one meter tall and weighs about seven kilos what it's twice the size of the critically endangered kakapo the form of world's largest parrot so we can just let that one go fully extant now. I'm still team kakabadse. Those guys are great heracles in expect fossils dating back to nineteen million years nissen bathrooms by paleontologists from australia so i'm guessing this is still very much new world. Wherever central central otago is southern new zealand okay. Is it new zealand or is it yet. A region of of <hes> that makes sense that would be why this new zealand base article doesn't the to explain where it is actually in the area. I've just looked this up recently because i i just saw on airbnb advertising one of the houses on that show the world's most extraordinary homes watch that yeah yeah i've seen it. It's great and the new zealand favorite house suddenly showed up at airbnb like how much is this thing. I want to see where it is and how much it is heads. It's in that area is it. I mean it's like seven grand night or something. What is so spectacular about this home. I'll show it to you later. It's just fucking cool. Show a really awesome but it's just <hes> <hes> i can't describe what's cool about it real cool house lots of poured concrete and <hes> diagnose and cool ways of getting light in anyway. You were giants grandparents so does does your old house feature on the world's number one episode dedicated to that piece of shit avenue cool but like rundown which by the way tony hawk also used to live it what yeah all right i also thought that was the recycle three and legends so we were going through papers in the in the garage and found a contract from one thousand nine hundred ninety seven when he first silo yeah yeah all right there was also eighty six a <hes> some kind of skateboarding competition frontier sticker on the sliding glass door to keep you from walking through the world and the might have been put there because that's about what he lived there sure era seven or when his mother married a guy who lived there so he split his time between that house assure share he might have strayed into the pull the shirt to think this is is the kitchen that tony hawk skateboarded and when he made breakfast yeah and my angelou recorded radio show from their supposedly that's per the drunk roommate so i don't know you can see more about the room when you watch the episode of welds people to leave the the house just two of the house with the people in it through half-naked huffing. That's my favorite podcasts. This is my jew interview and tony hawk brendan walks by good blog. I think blogs young man has to read those those redo. Her steps dot com. I i honestly she would crush for stepson com print at home. I'm on one. I should have picked an example. That was what our actual sponsors freeze the retake that she had to stop for her. The great course of plus they get a free month. I still love one of my favorite those guys of all time david alan grier doing my angelou doing various ad reads. Have you seen that no. I know that's andrew for fruit loops. Toucan sam you float on the wings wins. It's hysterical. Fruity loops loops of fruits flinders university associate professor trevor worthy said no one had ever discovered extinct giant parrot anywhere until now new zealand is well known for chris giant buds..
"seven kilos" Discussed on Probably Science
"Linda moulton sent this story in the world's largest parrot found in central a tag or essential taegu of westar. Take just under north or yeah is twice the size of a cap. Oh this is a new zealand story cool so i'm guessing you look out west. Central otago is what i tell you. The story is named hercules and expect us. Yes sir harry potter spell for conjuring parrots parrots. Oh we've done it too loud too. Big doubling the size of every pair it in hanging ah the new part is estimated to stand up to one meter tall and weighs about seven kilos what it's twice the size of the critically endangered kakapo the form of world's largest parrot so we can just let that one go fully extant now. I'm still team kakabadse. Those guys are great heracles in expect fossils dating back to nineteen million years nissim bathrooms by paleontologists from australia so i'm guessing this is still very much new world. Wherever central central otago is southern new zealand okay. Is it new zealand or is it yet. A region of of <hes> that makes sense that would be why this new zealand base article doesn't the to explain where it is actually an era the area. I've just looked this up recently because i i just saw on airbnb advertising one of the houses on that show the world's most extraordinary homes watch that yeah yeah i've seen it. It's great and the new zealand favorite house suddenly showed up at airbnb. How much is this thing. I want to see where it is and how much it is. How it's it's in that area is it i mean it's like seven grand night or something. What is so spectacular about this home. I'll show it to you later. It's just fucking cool. Show a really awesome but it's just <hes> <hes> i can't describe what's cool about it real cool house lots of poured concrete and <hes> diagnose and cool ways of getting light in anyway. You were giants grandparents so does does your old house feature on the world's number one episode dedicated to that piece of shit avenue cool but like rundown which by the way tony hawk also used to live it what yeah all right i also thought that was the recycle three and legends so we were going through papers in the in the garage and found a contract from one thousand nine hundred ninety seven when he first silo yeah yeah all right there was also eighty six a <hes> some kind of skateboarding competition frontier sticker on the sliding glass door to keep you from walking through the world and the might have been put there because that's about what he lived there sure era seven or when his mother married a guy who lived there so he split his time between that house assure share he might have strayed into the pull the shirt to think this is is the kitchen that tony hawk skateboarded and when he made breakfast yeah and my angelou recorded radio show from their supposedly that's per the drunk roommate so i don't know you can see more about the room when you watch the episode of welds people to leave the the house just two of the house with the people in it through half-naked. That's my favorite podcasts. This is my jew interview and tony hawk brendan walks by good blog. I think blogs young man has to read those those redo. Her steps dot com. I i honestly she would crush for stepson com print at home. I'm on one. I should have picked an example. That was what our actual sponsors freeze the retake that she had to stop for her. The great course of plus they get a free month. I still love one of my favorite those guys of all time david alan grier doing my angelou doing various ad reads. Have you seen that no. I know that's andrew for fruit loops. Toucan sam you float on the wings wins. It's hysterical. Fruity loops loops of fruits flinders university associate professor trevor worthy said no one had ever discovered extinct giant parrot anywhere until now new zealand is well known for chris giant buds..
"seven kilos" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"You of this so Washington governor Jay Inslee he's one of Democrats running for president also one of those Democrats who was approximately zero point zero percent chance of becoming president of the United States what he is really swing for the fences now Scott during this liberal get together he was asked how he would approach foreign policy and he's got ideas man as a center his entire international relations on fear rather than confidence and on and on hope and it seems to me that maybe one of the first acts as president is I have to think about getting a secretary of state who is asking us to embrace more unity across the world and more love rather than hate so my first acts will be to ask Megan Rapinoe state you'd be surprised well played because I think which is you don't inspired so much money into the system of the president's foreign policy I really love how the interviewer gives in and out well I J. okay well played man well it but seriously because no I mean it she has shown us what it means to love she sure has she's a uniter not a divider okay he's a we she's she's only old with hate well my god that's what motivates her burning hatred within her I don't know that I don't know or you don't have to know were I don't know where either okay I want to play everything she said and done I don't believe there's a lot of love and unity there wasn't at the pan terra to were years ago riddled with hate touring in North America concert but I want to play a clip from last week of Megan there's a point I'm getting too high all right fine gate just think that I would say that your message it was about the president and she'd say your messages and loving as close excluding people you're excluding manger excluding people that look like me excluding people of color you're sleeping you know Americans that that maybe support you I think that okay that's part of the thing and she said we need to love more be more inclusive all those things right yeah okay keep that in mind for dissect okay I've got it is also happy to see this in the news today it over the weekend a man who identifies as a woman is one two more gold medals in weight lifting okay laurel Hubbard formerly Gavin Hubbard won two gold medals and a silver in the three heavy weight categories that's for winning women and way more than the eighty seven kilos this was in the clean and jerk okay just save it I'm telling you not to save it wherever you're going with that that was just the event okay anyway here's my question yeah you gotta love everybody's got me very close and I know we do yes yes what if there are some male soccer players that happened to identify as female here in the next couple of years and they want to play for the women's national soccer team then there's a couple more all of a sudden making doesn't have a job thank you all right now now you've done it to me I'm just asking the question is she still going to be loving and inclusive I don't have the answer I'm guessing no well do there was those guys are identifies women do they get paid as guys who get paid as women see presents a whole nother issue doesn't it they get paid as when women because that's what they are they identifies rights so there for awhile really they're not yes I know but that'll be very interesting because that's not far behind we're seeing that in other sports well then what why would why would there be any women sports at all if you guys can we know settles identifying as women and if guys can play in the WNBA because they think they're women does that mean then that that there will be no more female athletes because they're all be dominated by these guys who think they're women I'm just asking but what we don't know where this is going but we have learned this that if you're part of the wo crowd which I think Megan Rapinoe is a part of yeah right yeah all Griffo yeah right big time yes okay but if it's to the exclusion of trans people then do you get voted from that club well this is I'll give you the answer the answer is yes why because no yet with Martina Navratilova in renaissance is that we can't have this right so that's coming or there what do you mean time she will care because she'll be secretary of state well once you went on this though we you know president Jay Ensley is definitely not going to allow somebody that hateful and his cabinet No Way wouldn't think go Meghan that's right well my gash moving on I just thought this self awareness is what blows my mind all the time the lack of self any self awareness to spew the nonsense of love and harmony and all this and you just have white hot hatred all the time it just doesn't make any sense to me she I don't know I don't know it I mean is all the time I mean it she's just Chillin out with no cameras around this wasn't really loving which is undergoing a blinking light has to be the blank in president I'm just saying I don't know about hate in the heart okay IRA if you want to be all philosophical and psychological about it then I suppose you're right I'm just a jerk reaction based on what they see and hear I know that's why I love you bye now that's why I said that whole story on a TV which is where is that going to go with I don't really have to go I got was we I don't know the lesbian women are going to have a problem you've already seen it and that it is a coming civil war as they say and read that repeals girlfriend is sue bird who plays in the WNBA right yeah so what happens when all of a sudden these guys start rolling into the WNBA because they think they're women are they proclaim they are that's the question for your words out of work too what if Rodman said all of a sudden Dennis Rodman I used to wear that wedding dress the man identified that way I want to play yeah when I and I want to check I don't know would that be on loving well I know Dennis not here related or said the sword you die by said store don't you go back to horse riding with Kim Jong moon and karaoke yes you can keep moving on another sports no David what's the problem with this NFL player home man it's it's almost an annual tradition now whenever the latest Madden video game comes out NFL players want to whine about their ratings you're saying the NBA does the same thing yeah they watch that stuff because they hate it you know because it's it's it's ranked out of a hundred you know it tells you how good they are in different areas of the game we'll keep an Allen with the Chargers pissed about his numbers because he's an eighty nine overall out of a hundred which is pretty good but some of his other stats when you go deep into his attributes are not where he thinks they should be and he went ahead and told E. A. sports what he thought about that.
"seven kilos" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Partly cloudy at the broadcast center in spring garden going down to forty good afternoon. I'm steve. Casey. Drug bust at the water. The department of homeland security now looking into who may have been on the sending and receiving end of nearly twelve hundred pounds of cocaine at drug seized a shipping container on a ship docked at the Puerto Philadelphia covering the story with a Steve towel. Steep calling. This a pretty big hall. Steve sources say took a full day to process more than five hundred thirty seven kilos of cocaine all packaged in four hundred fifty bricks another source estimates it had a street value of thirty eight million dollars for those twelve hundred pounds US customs and border protection would only confirm that it was a multi agency operation at the Philadelphia port. The case turned over to homeland security investigations, the M S C Deserie began its leg in Peru. Portugal. Flagged container ship at port calls in Panama and the Bahamas before Phillies port. It's next. Stop was the Netherlands, Steve wal. Authorities are not commenting officially on this seizure. We're told they're coordinating of show and tell for tomorrow when we'll find out details. How it went down whether someone so I- container latch, slightly skew. Or some other telltale sign that sparked look inside indeed more to come including a possible arrest. Become also this coming on the heels of another bus that the port does a couple of weeks ago border agencies nearly six hundred fifteen pounds of marijuana at the port of Philadelphia and route.
"seven kilos" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Medal, the world's on the games. I think he's high seventies. Seventy seven kilos not told he's dealing with the big gear ratios fine. And so you know, I in terms of takes in terms of how it looks racing. No, I disagree with the old old codgers. Let myself you complain about the old days are better. I think what you're seeing guys going nine much Sprint's speeds higher. The takes are still just as important if not more important because you only get one choice. So. Tactics. Are hugely important. You might not get quite as much in terms of physical contact Eltel with stuff, but the racing still super close super exciting to me seeing guy seen these watching 'em Laverton and are going to three rides at the World Cup of the weekend. Thanks the third time. He's going three rides in in the final. And and there's nothing in it. It's just great to watch. And. Yeah, I I would say the racing is exciting has ever been Kieran potentially. And it's changed because it will be because the ninety three laps instead of two and a half laps. The peak speed isn't quite what it used to be used to be the guys could go for two and a half laps and hold it. They don't do nothing. But I genuinely believe that eve Lucien of the event will happen that you just one guy might Glazer, for example, or someone that night will lead from the front ineffectual tainting the front line him up thinking these gonna die off you'll hang on. And do the three laps on his own on. Then it will become a new thing people between for that ever heard of winning Kieran from the frontline. I know I never work. So we're take your idea. Sounds Chris Hoy there. Am interesting that Callum Skinner doesn't really like this trend for bigger gears, and as he put bodybuilders on bikes. Whereas I think Chris Hoy very conscious of not being seen as a sort of old full gay about what you're seeing earlier Lionel by the controversial, Lonzo Armstrong. I think he he's trying very hard. Not to look like somebody who says it was bathroom my day. So, you know, quite open to the eve Lucien of of his sport. Yeah. I think any well, we see it don't we the increasing bash allies Asian in disciplines of cycling, you know, body shapes. You're getting more extreme and one of the things about the track. Sprinting is that you could have a Jason Kenney type fake against us sort of a Chris Hoy, or, you know, some of the, you know, the really really big guys can go up against somebody like wine. In who is you know, small nimble. I think the trend for big is a great phrase bodybuilders on bikes if you if you reduce and real blue riband event the track sprint down to just one physical tight. It will inevitably lose something over time. So yeah, it's an interesting trend to keep an eye on and Callum Skinner is an interesting guy. Remember when the fence? Leaked information about us exemptions athlete said applied for and being grown taking. And he took the decision to release all of his medical records. Publicly just to demonstrate that he's he's asna walls historic thing. And he is taking the initiative to challenge water. It's it's an interesting development, and perhaps, you know, sports politics as a career and ROY. And we don't have to to fall in most sports to to think that a lot of sports do with, you know, some just some representation in this came out with the CPA election recently and hire the right? A lot of rights didn't feel like they had a voice Representative on. There aren't many 'em writers, perhaps who are able to stand up and speak so eloquently, and I've been very impressed by caloms Skinner since Rio and since he's had thought platform, and it all started for him with the the leave campaign using his image around just after Brexit vote the breakfast Brexit referendum and the leave campaign used his image and some. And he objected to it publicly and not a big response, and he became quite emboldened on the back of actually I realized that people were gonna listen to what he had to say. And he's been very, you know, he's spoken a lot about LGBT rights as well. He has family experienced in that area has brother and his father both gay. And he's he's been very very vocal on on those issues and also on lots of issues concerned with sport, obviously..
"seven kilos" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"But one of the striking things they show is that physiologically, just in a normal gut, this process can happen very rapidly and be very rapidly regulated, and why the body has the ability to suddenly shut off lipid absorption is one of the most interesting things and generally doing something that modulate something the body normally does, and you can do. A bit. It's often a healthier approach. Something that's really kind of alien if you're looking to try and generate a treatment. So you could literally pop a pill with a bad for you lunch. If you're going to really be north him pig out, you could Papa pill and temporarily disabled the system just the lunchtime, and then return to full virtual snus by dinnertime. So that's conceptually the case. But let's just remember where the facts from that naughty lunch would go. So one of the side effects you have to worry about with this kind of treatment is a unpleasant sounding thing called stay at arrear, which is actually about some pleasant sounds oily Poos. So you would have to decide what you want to do with regards your lunch. Those comes university sever chew and he was commenting on the paper in the journal science by an Aikman team at Yale University who made that discovery. Now estimates vary, but we think that an end can lift between ten and fifth. Times body weight and for a human, the equivalent would be your being able to pick up a truck, the no seams on the subject of chunks that the common you factor. Ford is seeking to take a leaf out of eighty absolutely cutter aunts book, and they're equipping staff on their production lines with wearable Exo skeleton suits to help them would lifting reaching. So is this the future will hit a share, his wisdom on this and other stories from ten is business angel investor, pita county Peter, what she is an exoskeleton first and foremost, yes. Hello, that Chris. So nexus goes from this skeleton outside the body. And so those crabs caught creatures human beings because endoscope Shinzo skill to our inside us. The point by Nicholson is to assist the movement of limbs, whether those arms or legs in order to either replace that limb all to improve the ability to do something. And this example with Ford is for workers who possibly working above their head height underneath. The Sheva car tightening up nuts and bolts, which is really hard. If you can mention eight hours with something in your hand, which only way Akita or two, it's going to be really difficult lots of strain on both your arms and your shoulder. How does it work than just describe what it looks like? The sexist galitsin? Is it like an ex, oh, suit that you would step into got a wearable robot effectively on the outside of you question? Yes. In fact, yes, the working on those sorts of things in the military victory working on these, but these ones that fought have got from a company somewhere in the states or actually really small, they're only four kilos. They mount on your shoulders and around your waist, and they provide a relatively small amounts of lift only adding to seven kilos, which is still quite a bit compared with your normal on the palate than for the powder springs. So spring assistant here, the big ones you mentioned before powered with in one case, a little internal combustion engines petrol engine on the and batteries and things, and they're huge. They can one hundred kilos on top of your own body weight. So it's almost like an external angle poise lamp. Got strep to your arm, but it means that sustaining of position repulsed for an extended period of time. You've got the extra bit of support a bit more than. Because he will actually assist you with lifting as well. It won't just stay position as the microphone in front of yours. It will actually allow you to to push up. There is no such thing in physics as a free lunch. So you get a push for nothing. So if it's spring loaded where the energy must be supplied by the where to move it? Well, it's actually redistributes around your body. I think, Robin, just in your arm, so it shoulders and the rest of bodies actually helping system. And what the workers say is going well, there was some prototypes out for some time. I'm just taking this course from the internet and they've decided seventy five sets of these to go at threat factors around the world, the not cheaper because low volume..
Heroin's Children: Inside the US opioid crisis
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"seven kilos" Discussed on Duolingo Spanish Podcast
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"seven kilos" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"The forty five and then he had what the at four or five pound plates around it or something like that something crazy on the hub i have done twenty two and a half kilos i'm her official i'm not sure yeah i'm not sure i wanna say that brian shaw i mean he's a madman you know but i want to say he picked up a full forty fives in each hand that had weights stacked on it was pretty crazy but yeah we had one of our guys here that could do it pretty good damon thurman he's he's a airplane mechanic and so because he wrenches those giant asks wrenches he's got really good grip shrink yeah i hear you are lifting up some stuff the rolling thunder rolling thunder whenever i bring that thing out and call it the rolling thunder like everyone thinks making up the name they all they have to have weird names they have to have weird name hurts just to try to it does hurt and it's it's demoralizing 'cause i can't hold onto this makes sense yeah like you're you're working with like such small weights by comparison you're like oh man like like then you see guys who are really good they're like they're handling like significant loads have you ever seen a career circuit do that movement before he's a he's got the strongest bench press in in the history of powerlifting with seven hundred thirty eight pound bench and it's got like a world record weights on there and he walks over to it and picks it up with right and he puts it down and then he puts picks it up with his left and he's like yeah just the savage what do you what do you think the biggest differences between the communities in weightlifting versus powerlifting i so i i still go to penalty meets the coach and stuff and they're huge and i had no idea it was such a big thing i don't mean to offend anybody but like i was i had no idea i thought that you get so wrapped up in your strength world that you have no idea like how many people are involved in like different parts of it so i went to apparently mate recently and there was like a lot of people and they are all like super friendly and i was just like it was a i don't know it's kinda cool like as a spectator yeah sort of like a i'm not like ever going to be really part of the pilot and community i was going to be sort of like an outsider it's always not loss buddy oh am i am i now you're always super trader yeah it's kinda cool to see different shrink communities like just how they work yeah i as an identifiable difference i don't know people people there's always going to be i'm sure there's drama on some levels thing i don't know probably just more fat people you know maybe maybe more people fat people so you're talk to me about your first competition you're the first time you competed what was that like the first time that you got into olympic lifts my first meet was november of two thousand five and i was eighteen at been competing on my team that i was the president of and like pretty much the only member for like three months and my best match was seventy seven kilos my best clan jack was one hundred six kilos and i thought it was pretty good because at the time there's nothing on youtube there was there was no instagram as go like i'm going to smash everybody yeah yeah.
"seven kilos" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast
"Gave clemency by way of commutation or pardon to a black person accused distributing two thousand to three thousand kilos over a certain number of years okay in the midst of an opioid crisis quote unquote opioid crisis republicans would move for impeachment immediately agreed i think we can put that under the category of fact yeah it's crazy it's absolutely nuts that'll notes and slowly but this is how many more people are in jail they have similar cases tons of them and so while we're celebrating in tap dancing and in down al's saying that this is so great in so amazing you got cushions brothers in all kinds of other people still in in jail behind nonviolent drug offenses this doesn't level the playing field at all no is is is meant to pacify this is i'm again i'm glad she's she's less she's on however there's a bigger picture i don't think she deserved to be in jail for life but two to three keys considering the numbers that other folks servant assailing way less weight than that have gotten i mean just the twenty seven kilos she that by by virtue of the evidence in court documents that she actually personally handed off in gave out to people in from her car from her hand from shopping bag the twentyseven key is she just handed out there people who have done just as much time and are still in jail for that for those twenty seven keys and less now no people back home man is not life but i mean young guys they get between twenty forty years twenty forty years amazing twenty twenty one years old little play bags a weed in a pocket man like.
"seven kilos" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast
"Accused i read the affidavit of that that had her charges and everything on the well those like everything i read her full case and it said that this woman was directly responsible for transporting and distributing directly responsible twenty seven kilos cocaine she was indirectly responsible for receiving industry over one hundred fifty kilos of cocaine in one instance now this is just what from what i read the judge said that her and her crew could have been responsible for two thousand three thousand kilos of cocaine being distributed between texas and tennessee that being said i'm not really big on drug laws however i do believe they serve a purpose don't let the words nonviolent and elderly make you miss what actually happened here there's a reason she was denied clemency three times by the obama administration this was self serving for trump and smacks of nepotism i'm absolutely glad that mrs alice marie johnson is free i'm not glad that it seems as though clemency will be granted based on whether or not you have a celebrity or powerbroker to advocate for you and not the merits of your case because that's what happened here now what president obama was doing during his time was basically saying that if we adjust these sentencing guidelines then there are certain people who were non violent drug offenders who will get out based on the new sentencing guidelines and if we retroactively enforce them i think that was a lot of what he was advocating for having been an attorney heaven me on constitutional law attorney at one point i think that his clemency program specifically with regards to a lot of these football numbers for drug offenses was very very narrow and did not really address the issues that was one of my criticisms of president obama specifically from that standpoint now let's get like this have president obama.
"seven kilos" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"And to see the cameras what a remarkable moment for them after weeks and months when they spent inside attention not knowing if they would ever be released dude and of course remarkable moment for donald trump this will do him no home it'll certainly as let's be honest as i mentioned the three o'clock in the morning and washington and president trump is there and he is down because the cameras are there and because this is a remarkable foreign policy moment frankly for donald trump it was props a reflection of the idea that he knows that he's going to get credit for us that during those comments that he showed it towards the media he said props we've set the television rating all time record for three o'clock in the morning chris thank you very much for that and let's turn now to a man who has himself being a prisoner of the north koreans kenneth bae an american christian missionary of korean descent who was arrested inside north korea sentenced to fifteen years hard labor and spent two years in a pyongyang prison before he was released three years ago and he is on the line from soul now mister bay good morning to you but you say you suffered quite a bit so i had to do a physical labor from eight o'clock in the morning until six o'clock evening six days weeks the carrying rock and doing the farming work and many other type of hard labour indoor and i was lost about twenty seven kilos for about the first three months and i was sent to the hospital because because of nutrition so suffering that in terms of a pain why was very intense when i was in north korea did you get the sense though that you were being treated better than many other prisoners because of what yeah actually i was sent to the forty niners o'neil labor cam so i don't know how other prisoners were were treated by according to other north korean defectors than i do believe that my treatment in north korea was better than normal prisoner they will normally have north koreans.
"seven kilos" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"Mary him and then anything i could give my hands on please it really is that sad it's like she she targeted her knowing she was desperate for sad like okay anyway okay so she told festina not to tell anybody about this until it went through the plane went through and she's like okay and then she had her write letters and postcards to relatives and friends so that when she reached pola italy she could drop them in the mail and they would know that she was fine and that she had made it there safely on the day of her departure to pola faustina came to visit leonardo one last time and they celebrated with a glass of wide but leonardo had drugged the wine and once faustina was unconscious she took an ax and have heard a death before dragging her body into a closet where she cut the body into nine parts and collected her blood in a basin and then baked into cakes so kind of like sweeney todd yeah okay yep okay and then later this is i'm gonna read you the because i can't you can't make this shit up i'm going to read you in detail her statement of what she did with the ticks with the body turned seeks a yeah but i'm fifty till i made them into tiki end quote i through the pieces of her body into a pot added seven kilos of caustic soda which i had bought to make soap and stirred the mixture until the pieces dissolved in a thick dark mush that i poured into several buckets an empty nearby septic tank as for the blood and the basin i waited until it had coagulated dried it in the oven grounded and mixed it with flour sugar chocolate milk and eggs as well as a bit of margarine needing all the ingredients together i made lots of crunchy tea cakes and serve them to the ladies who came to visit though just be and i also ate that when he came over.
"seven kilos" Discussed on The Health Code
"Yeah exactly so it's it just gets hard sometimes so pushes aside for three months of lost i to be eighty five kilos and my percentage would have been close to like i don't know he was ten way loa cut your cut i'm like fourteen point nine would have been like the guy jay today bill even pinch my stomach yeah the got in today was five and you look like him yeah yeah so always very lane and how and was the biggest size that i ever bain and when asked on dating you tell you got me succo now i'm like wd f yes so battling six toll eighty five kilos nobody i don't mean whatsoever now i am seventy when i first started project comeback was about seventy eight seventy seven kilos yet and you have fat still so it's like you've just wild i'm still quite lane of got a little bit evident thank you just lost body mass kind of thing dislike a bit mall yeah a lot lane on key link does so looking back on some old videos actually actually watching some youtube videos and i looked at it and i was like damn juice monkey those to be used to be tamale i was watching diane who's that boy yeah but now i'm just like a dad board not anyway so so the video time to make change i said eight weeks give myself i'm going to pull my diet in i'm going to eight bigger and rain bigger and lift heavier basically the way they all want to try and his own train like a bodybuilder itis wanted put on size the moment because i'm not competing of stopped my martial arts that's being here you're not doing that just because like being a bodybuilder like you've done trial and era again we'll get into an inferior fitness podcast but y'all buddy thrives off a really particular style of training as soon as you increase your hot right you lose lean.
"seven kilos" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Behave like oceans here on earth we'll find out what ants and battle hardened soldiers have in common and will discover how microscopic robots are being used to fight cancer all that in more today on corks and corks no if you're the kind of person who pays a lot of attention to the latest news on diet and nutrition than this might sound familiar sweet it the doctor is it deadly tonight the dangers of sugar also tonight what those sugar industry has tried to hide i always thought alot fat diet was the rates go but now it seems something that's been innocently lucky enough cub it's for centuries is the new public enemy number one it's sugar motivated by his own patience too many sick in obese children dr lustick has concluded that sugar more than any other subsea calls sugar the new tobacco it is backed by powerful lobbies it is everywhere in our lives and he says it is killing us sugar has now replaced saturated fat salt and transparent as our nutritional demon of voelkel kadri of researchers have identified sugar as the real villain in our epidemic of obesity and diet related problems like heart disease diabetes and even cancer some researchers aviv in called it a toxin and there's no question that we eat too much sugar and in doing so many of us get fat in sick americans consume on average eighteen teaspoons a day that's more than twenty seven kilos a year that's three times as much as recommended by health authorities now canadians consume less sugar largely because we don't drink as much soda but we still eat more than is good for us and the fact that added sugar is in so much of our food particularly are processed food means that yes we have a sugar problem and as is often the case when we have a problem we look for someone to blame and in the case of sugar some people have come to blame the sugar conspiracy a partnership between a rapacious industry and corrupt scientists that polls from the pages of the big tobacco playbook the industry was funnelling thousands of dollars to a pair of influential harvard nutritionists cleansing were later be exposed.
"seven kilos" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The motion pictures and it has a small writing that this is not real that it's for motion picture purposes only the rest all have identical matching serial numbers at police say was years to try to buy seven kilos of cocaine that is significant mount um rock okay and the two god's also not from hollywood but very real police say two groups while with the drugs the other with the counterfeit cash showed up at the sierra village apartment saturday night the deal went bad and police say both sides started shooting killing thirty two year old charles nelsen henry county the victim actually did escape the second floor apartment made it down outside went back around this building next door that's where he was shot and killed a second gunshot victim was hit in his chest and survived the is the one that we thing jumped over the balcony after he was shot well we're not sure if he got shot in the process or if he got shot as he's running away from the former complex police are now trying to track down where the counterfeit mahdi and cocaine came from and identify the others involved in the drug dealing deadly double shooting maybe four or five six people total those crazy hey i got a good idea let's go bad quarter the men dollars cooking with some funny money you'd have to like get to your the people that you were buying from like just totally hammered ahead of time to to think that you'd get away with that that trick never works how do you know uh i've heard very nice very nice 10 20 years you time here news eleven ten 993 wbt years ago there was a practice in may in real estate and in developing called i guess the red redlining which was they would red lines for neighborhoods that uh that could be black neighborhoods and then it would be certain neighborhoods that would be wide only and essentially you weren't real estate agents would sell them to blacks and there'd be no financing.