15 Burst results for "Seventy Centimeters"

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"To turn around me is completely ignored me. I did see his eyes. Wonder am unfixed on on an object by the no object was you. He's seven foot tall at two meters fourteen centimeters on. He has a custom-made bike. I'm sure no one's ever seventy centimeter afraid loves people pointing out. The answer is no one's ever mentioned that too. I got the impression that nobody had mentioned his height to before he was very polite. And by mention. I mentioned by the spiegel and And fort salaam per both both will feature in flanders redux. The french special. That's coming to this week. It's a bit of a bumper episode. So if you're a friend of the podcast you can get that and you can sign up a friend of the podcast at the cycling. Podcast dot com. Yep onto the french team story line which is going to say kicks off a bit of an autumn four season of fringe of the podcast episodes. Coming doesn't lionel no it does. Doesn't it lionel. Yes there's another bumper episode coming which is introducing lionel. Now listen to that weekend. I i make the workshop exchange public at some point when that episode comes out because Your comment were who were in trouble. I would say about that is the orla. Did a fantastic anyway moving onto julian allah felipe. I mean nobody rises to an occasion. Like giuliana fleet. Do they remember and pull in two thousand nineteen the time trial there when he was in the third franz imola last year at the world championships seems able to pull something extra from himself and his glory glory. He spoke at himself in the press conference after his about the importance of panache to him and watching him jersey unzipped writing on the hoods looking orion shaking his head gesticulate thing. It defied a lot of the current thinking around. You know arrow and skin suits and writing to upon. andre gripe. well made that point in a in a tweet as well you know. We saw him back at the car talking to me. Vote cler having quite animated exchange while writers in the group ahead of them were kind of hanging on and the like that and on the circuit as well where it just looked like. He had energy to burn He he's like a hyperactive toddler. When he's in the mood isn't he. He looks like he's fidget. Is restless and he can just ignite any moment and i thought watching him watching his body language that he was the favorite for the race. Had i been able to enter our competition to win the The the the headphones would probably am ended up pine and because suddenly he looked like the guy m. And as you say line..

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Okay. It is time for number two and that is and this week is that dragonflies used to be the same size as modern day pigeons terrifying. Yeah frightening facts. So because dragonflies a peaceful and cool. You're right right. James if you could replace every pigeon in the world with dragonfly of equivalent size. Would you one hundred percent. And i think everyone would actually to watch. Yeah we found the real light fish off the seventy s dragonflies withdrawing employs prior to reading this. I would have been fine with having now. Read what they like. I think that terrifying creatures. What would they like. They one that bad okay. So they were larger than your average dragonfly and they were in fact. The largest insects have properly. This is about three hundred million years ago. In the paleozoic era and they're called mega anura sometimes refer to as griffin flies and they seventy centimeter wingspan about forty centimeters. Long and the grandparents in the modern dragonfly. They would be able to hunt larger things than they can hunt today. I guess but yeah. They were the biggest flying things. Basically until ripped off started flying about the big things you've ever seen in the sky doing so cool they're really interesting things and they allowed to get this big because the oxygen levels and the was so high at the time though forty percent oxygen in the air as the twenty one now so they just had more potential power in the random. How big would we have been though. If we're around then. I always say this. I think this is ridiculous. You always find. These puzzles had like giant. Dragonflies millipedes like giant reptiles where the giant humans this shit wide open turning the answer is we would not necessarily have been that much bigger because they were large because they breathe in a different way to us so they don't have any lungs insects they essentially through to the whole spirit pools in the skin and actually scientists don't really know how they get enough oxygen to themselves at all because i learned this fact. I find amazing. Laura researching this each oxygen molecule. If it was moving through empty it could move at about half lamad per second bought. 'cause it crashes into other molecules so often it goes one centimeter a second so second it has ten billion collisions. So that's basically like imagine insects and you've just got these holes which are waiting for an oxygen molecule to drift in and as an Molecule ten centimeters away is making billions and billions and billions of collisions. Is never going to get to you. So this is why. In the olden days when oxygen was more concentrated they could get more oxygen inside at bigger bodies but now they can only really get them on the surface of their bodies so as soon as they get fat. They can't breathe anymore. They've got too much meat in their body. The oxygen molecules whereas we suck oxygen we roy diaphragm question because they a lot and they eat a lot quite quickly. So if let's say imagine we were the the thing they were eating. How much exigent is inside us at this moment talking about the big dragonflies from the past at the moment will shrink me down to a modern day. You've been struck down and some kind of wit honey i. The kids movie seismic dragonfly. I'm the dragonflies pray muskie's kito right. Yeah so does the. He's a right now. Do i have oxygen inside my body. Yeah so here's the question if it's that big anita and it's eating all these things can you eat oxygen. Are you eat. If is the dragonfly eating my oxygen as well as the food that brings in the oxygen. I think you would utilize your oxygen. Relatively quickly i think and also the wouldn't be much oxygen in you compared to the of your body. I mean like a balloon full of oxygen. Yeah you've got many donkey till lungs which have got oxygen in them. But that's not. That's not terrible question. I have to say because the heart of it was quite terrible. I thought that. I think is quite good question. They don't have long so they can't breathe it in. So what are you going to do. You're going to eat the you eat. You eat other things that and the other doesn't have much oxygen in them but it's also the question is whether your stomach can dissolve the oxygen as well as your lung sauce. Pericles can yeah yeah. I don't really understand the premise of questions. Down mosquito irritated tracking those are not named. I would say they're not dragons off lies exactly and they don't spend most of their lives flying. They spend years of their life as larvae water. Moving around eating away. Breathing through their bottoms. That's the majority of their life. Three buttons he say yeah they do can if they were to shove something up which had oxygen in it. Would they be able to damn. Yeah i find that amazing. So many animals live in eternal youth and just a very brief adulthood. How cool is unlucky. Bogus just being a teenager forever and then at the very end you've got this coming out the teenager child forever. You're right yeah the have terrifying childhoods as well terrifying everything around them. Because they're amazing hunters as adults but also in the water so this extendable jaw latium And it looks like the thing in alien the alien sort of folded up his arm on a spring under its jaw and when it sees pro passing by that george shoots out and grabs it. Some species have pincers some. Don't but it's all terrifying. They're amazing hunters. Yeah can the way that the comes out of their mouth is hydraulic has and they suck in water through the arenas and they use that water hydraulically to fire out the armed from them all cool. Incredible amazing genuinely is. Do we have any system like that on us. You could have got this far life and then suddenly similar tendency by the way though is telling you this so far but if you soak water through your obama on just by ears can have your next time. You're in the bafta. Just give it a go. Try and grab the soap across the bathtub purpose but it is really weird because they yet as james says they blasted out and they can use that it's sort of crazed as massive pressure wave inside this water that they've sucked in and then it generates a pound of pressure which is quite a lot for a tiny dragonfly nim but they can also use it in other way. They can use it as an escape mechanism because they can unclench blast the water out and then jet themselves away off davis. They've they've also got an amazing this when they're adults that ability to hunt. Food is pretty spectacular. So they've been put in laboratories and science of watch the sort of rights of catch against the pray that they going forward and it's ninety five percent of the time they can catch what they're aiming to catch that just absolute mega predecessors. This is one experiments the way they looked at how they do. This is one of those experiments where i think. How does scientists manage it so they made a backpack for them and they strap it on but then they in order to look at what's happening in the neurons when hunting to find out how the brain is doing this. They connects wires to the equivalent of spinal cord. And you really ask. They casually doing well. They've got down in the lab mosquito for john anyway. They discovered that they don't just react really quickly can predict insects go so they want like firing and they an actually. They can see which really clever although this morning. I opened the cupboard in my house and some sugar fellow and without even thinking i call it. So wow you the dragonfly of this polka. Stacey bosque's i'm not anything. This means i hang out with timothy. C winegarden mosquito a human history of italy. Kito doesn't get enough anytime. And all this about dragonflies damsel flies damsel flies. You're on the same page. I'm so glad you agree. That basically dragonflies a bit smaller and people don't know much about them. So the way you can tell the difference between damsel and a dragon is that donald flies hold their wings back against their body whereas dragonflies can't do that and also dragonflies have there too is kind of merged together at the front of their face whereas damsel flies hampton on either side but danza flies can climb underwater even when adults which dragonflies con so join vice labour water. Well question they climbed backwards down a plant. Getting into certain pool with the letter. It's exactly like that. Yes damsel flies. They have to lay their eggs underwater. It's usually inside plant matter. And they like you climbed on a louder pool climb backwoods down the stomach the plant and they can be water for about half an hour and they turn their wings into is an hour. Yeah so what's their oxygen intake. The rescue you can't do it. I'm just kidding. Tell you wings to snorkel guy that you all right above blue if you can walk out to trump an apple between your wings and then use that debris off. No that's cool. Yeah that's a human thing that i think we should nail trapping their bubble. We have equipment. We do that salton. We got my hand bubble. I wanted to this massive massive dragonfly. The first one was discovered by geico..

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"So the authors of the paper looked at a proportional change in that skull overtime. Unfortunately you can't tell from watching a single individual which is really like any sort of modern paper where we're looking at extent. Animals modern paper monitored animals looking at extent animals living animals. And you're trying to figure out how something changes over time. You watch an animal over time. But you can't do that with the fossil record so you have to just find different animals. That died and fossilized at different times And sort of presume that if the one that died when it was a year-old kept living it would eventually look like the one that died when it was twenty five years old Which is a big presumption ray. Because there's so much individual variation. Yeah and you're not even often coming from a bone bed where it's like one group of dinosaurs it very often it's a alberta soros from like alberta and then you've got another one from wyoming montana or something and you're comparing those because that's just the best that we can do which means is quite a bit of noise an individual variation between them because they might be living eating slightly different things they might have different pressures might have been a million years. Apart in time right that could have even been different species or subspecies but we just can't tell the fossil record. I might have had easy access to food. Some didn't have affected their growth. Absolutely but even when you have all that variability they did find a pretty consistent trend where basically for the first ten years growing pretty slowly similar to a lot of other dinosaurs and then around ten years old. I have this huge growth spurt. At least with t rex. And i'm sort of assuming that this estimate of jaw lengths correlates to age the way it does with t rex and with alberta orients. So just like t. rex. The alberta's orleans started out with a longer narrower skull and nanno tarantulas type skull. You will see what you're dealing later grew into a much deeper and more powerful head that we're all used to seeing with t. Rex they also found that when the mandible reach about fifty eight centimeters. So that's the jaw reaching about two feet the t. switched from a more knifelike tooth to a thicker and therefore more capable of bone crushing tooth for reference. A full grown individual. Albert serene is about one hundred centimeters or just over three feet whereas a full grown t. Rex is about one hundred. Twenty centimeters are four feet. That's big the other big calls for sure and this is really just the mandible. But that is essentially most of the lengths if not all of the length of the skull to so to compare the berta submarines. They plotted the maximum. Bending strength of the jaw on the why access against the length of the jaw on the x access. The us orleans were as strong as t. Rex when they were the same size. Meaning that t. Rex alberta's orleans were proportionately about a strong but it was an increase in size that gave t. rex. It's extra bite force. In other words. If alberta's orleans went through the same massive growth spurt. The t. Rex did they likely would have achieved similar bite. Forces to t-rex. Yeah it's pretty interesting. Because i hadn't seen that analyzed before. Yeah but possibly even more interesting is they also compared the bending strength of the jaw to other theropods with these tyrannosaurus. And then they're looking at all the tyrannosaurus not just alberta stories because again they found that they had a pretty similar trajectory but basically alberta's story interesting. Get as big so. They don't make it all the way up to the higher sizes so like i mentioned when they reach about two feet long or fifty eight centimeters. The t. switched from that knife like to a thicker more capable of bone crushing type tooth. Read around that same time ever same length at about sixty centimeters the relative strength resisting. Bending of the jaw start skyrocketing too so it it looks like that probably aligns. It looks exactly like that car paper where he's showing the growth spurt renaissance where they're really small museum put on a ton of weight in their teenage years. It looks just like that exact same s curve with like a slow start than a massive spurt and then it tapers off at the end but as in this case we're looking at the strength of the jaw right so it aligns with the size of the overall individual make sense and it also aligns with the change in teeth from slicing to more a crushing shape. Yeah it all it. All aligns nicely. It's nice when i worked at. It doesn't always happen. It's true and then it's like what are these doing your so weird but indeed more papers sense. Yeah that's nice. What makes us so basically under sixty centimeters or two feet. Tarantulas were similar to most other theropods in terms of their jaw strength so they're similar to things like office and andreas swords raptors. And they had those similar teeth again to match because of this the authors think that below sixty centimeters the albertus orleans and taranath ords in general probably hunted smaller prey but then above sixty centimeters are probably switching to larger prey or mega herb hours. As people like to call them like hadrosaurs and ceratops. It's the ones that would be dangerous for them to go after when they're too small. Yeah and they just didn't even have the right and weren't the right size at the right jaw didn't have the right. Teeth is really all about adapting to the circumstances so random thought i was just thinking about how in land before time i think it's land before time to and they have chopper who's the baby t-rex choppers their friend. But you know lamb time. I think they're always juveniles so they never had to deal with this change. Could have that yeah. They could be friends when they're little and then it grows up and tries to eat your face. That is what happens puberty man. Yeah especially with tirana's ors put non like six thousand pounds of weight so for the comparisons with other theropods. This was one of my favorite parts of it. Gigging autosource often see referenced like the african t. rex but gigging with its one hundred seventy centimeter jaw plus over five and a half feet is only about a.

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"And meditate. Another brief look at some of the other stories making using science this week with the signs report and you study warns that one of the planet's case circulation systems you'd alantic meridional overturning circulation system which includes the gulfstream as now being losing stability for around a century. The findings reported in the journal nature. Climate change warned that potential collapse the circulation which influences whether systems worldwide could have severe consequences. Previous studies have already shared that the system is currently at its weakest. In more than a thousand years and you finding support the assessment of this decline is not just the fluctuation in linear response to increasing temperatures but likely means the approaching of a critical threshold beyond which the circulation system could collapse. The fact is contributing to this decline. Include freshwater inflow from the melting of the greenland icesheet melting say is increasing precipitation and river runoff. Say the problem is freshwater is lighter than salt water and reduces the tendency for water to sink from the service to greater depth which is one of the main drivers of the circulation system and you study claims. The human race is now in a better position to eradicate covert nineteen the what it was to eradicate polio but still considerably less than for eliminating smallpox. The findings reported in the british medical journal. Abass them a three point scoring system for seventeen variables saying injuring both the eradication of polio and smallpox. These include things like the availability of a safe and effective vaccine lifelong immunity impact of public health measures. Effective government management of infection control messaging political and public concern about the economic and social impacts of the infection and public acceptance of infection control measures. The study found the current pandemic score. High them polio. The authors say the main challenges are getting the majority of people to take the vaccine and how quickly authorities can respond to the emergence of new variants. The world health organization says more than eight million people now being killed by the curve. Nineteen corona virus with over four point. Four million confirmed fatalities and more than two hundred five million people infected. Since the deadly disease was first spread from went china the locally extinct wisden bad bandicoot has been returned to the sturt national park after an absence of more than one hundred years. The threatened species once ranged right across inland australia including the area now included in the national park but it became extinct for most areas for european settlement now. Founding population has been reinstated. Thanks to collaboration led by the university of new south wales. They range reduction is seen as another major master and in the wild as its conservation project which last year so the re introduction abilities malgas into the park after the eradication of rabbits and introduced predators from the area by creating one of the lodges. Feral animal free zones in australia. Paleontologist of identified a new species of ancient crocodile from fossils uncovered in the pedagogy mountains of southern chile and newly discovered species. Name book sutures. Melograni dances rammed earth during the late jurassic park. Some one hundred and forty eight million years ago discovery published in the journal. Scientific reports includes parts of the scou- vertebral column and some lower extremities although any seventy centimeters long the ripta was already showing the body plan. Which would be adopted by modern day. Crocodiles alligators and cayman around the world. A growing number of governments and organizations are requiring people to show curved vaccination certificates before entering venues or traveling in russia criminals of taken advantage of this developing scheme. Where for fifty thousand rubles you can get a fake certificate saying you've received both doses of the country's homegrown sputnik five vaccine to minimum from restraint. Skeptic says it pays anti vaccines at the prime customers people who have access. They will do anything to february the vaccine but also trying to fight. They way through to suggest they've had which is a double fan is really sort of mania. Either bold enough to say anti vaccine to skates actually side atalanta strength thing. This is russia russia. It's a whole range of different places because a lot of countries are instituting the passport to show that you've had inevitable. I thought yeah and especially this country's trying not want to make sure the people there are being vaccinated. These people selling fake certificates decide that i had both debts and people will do anything for money and find people do anything to avoid quite frankly their social responsibilities so anything that this is happening in the country so i'm looking at a website right now which offers badges because they taught where maps medically exempted says some people off exam. They caught where for whatever reason and some people saying. Thank you very much. This will help me explain to people in the shopping santa while i'm not wearing a math. Thank you can buy ten thousand in one. Go implies to me either. Europe social services santa which handing out these two people who need a mosque. All you're distributing to anti vaccine ninety code people wanna win it's very sad actually and professionally produced badges on a massive scale. It's a worry that these things around there there will always be people who try and get the way around but they required to do and just pertains and fake and lie To sort.

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Three and that is james. Okay my foot this week. Is that frog hopper. Insects can shoot the urine away from the body twenty times their own body length. If they didn't do that they probably drown in their own. Peice good for them about this. Not for cop toilet-makers. Yeah twenty times quite far though so quite is how yeah give us more work hundred twenty feet for us because they must be pissing a hell of a lot for it stock up enough that it could drown all make really really good points so this was an article that i read recently on i. F. l. science dot com and it was about fra couples. And what they do. Is they drink sap from trees but they drink silom Whereas most insects drink flow him so flames loads of sugar. Really easy get to for some reason. They drink xilin which is really hard to get to and has very little nutrition and because it has so little nutrition they hats drink tons and tons and tons and tons of it. And i don't need to tell you that if you drink lots and lots of stuff you need to pila. So they create loads and loads of urine and really they piss pretty much all the time and if they didn't get rid of it somehow it's going to get in the throat if they had a throat. Let's not discuss the have throats on the anyway so what they've come up with is a bum. Mounted catapult happens as they can urinate out that bodies on this catapult fires the liquid away about ten centimeters away Which might sound that far. But they're only about five millimeters in length. Okay so cool. But if you'll part at that exact distance. From another of these pro coppers it's effectively a war isn't it you sort of drowning each other. What would you do. Would you move. Yeah senate sold that. All of this effort i think just because they didn't pay attention in gsa biology. The xilai carries the water at the flow. carries the sugars idiots. Exactly why are they doing it. But the the amount of year in that they produce particularly when the baby's nymphs they produced between one hundred fifty two hundred and eighty times their bodyweight in urine every single day every single day. So it's not so. I was talking to ethan the alphabet so i weigh roughly eighty kilograms. Roughly that so that would be me producing twenty two thousand four hundred liters of urine day. That's that's what they do so basically seventy four bathtubs worth of urine. Wow it's full births. Full baths yeah. Gosh seventy four bathtubs full of urine and arresting image many butts to go to a show. You'd have to go to john lewis ago. Oh raising jonah. Said the stupid because they suck out xilin which is really hard to suck out. It's not only got no nutrition is really hard to suck out. So it means they have to be really really good at sucking young record-breaking sucking powers of and they suckers in nature sewing eighty times more powerful than an elephant. Sucks thing i mean. Yeah the incredible jumpers as well. They're jumping is extraordinary so they can get to the heights of seventy centimeters and they're only six millimeters long so that's a huge jump and what's amazing is is that they use their back legs in order to do the jumping but the back legs are basically specialized to be used for that so when they're walking around normally they're just dragging them alone being used just sort of coming along and then as soon as they want to jump a call them into position and then flew to spleen themselves. Amazingly can sometimes ratchet up the strength in their bags so they kind of prepare a jump in advance and they don't jump see what they have. They have locking mechanism in the legs which means they can keep the potential energy high so they are oil spring they still. Yeah yeah they just walk around on the front four legs and drag along these heavily loaded back legs with them so they can make a getaway. I guess and then they exert massive amounts of jefferson is when they go flying through the air so they exert g over four hundred g what they generate when they jump up and for comparison astronaut who goes into orbit guess jefferson for about five g. and so that's a lot if it was a human we wouldn't survive five very bad for you isn't it. Sorry a lot of david. People might know fro- coppers as well as spittle books another name for them and that's because if you have a walkout in the countryside in the middle of spring you might see little bubbles of spit on bits of grasso but supplants and that is made by these coppers And basically they eat all of this xilin stuff into their body and then they pull it out into little bubbles on then. Those kind of bubbly poos is where the children live. It's beautiful style. Well that just lucky to have you know the bank of mom and dad of suffocated ask. They've they've got to shove a little bit of their abdomen out to breathe in otherwise local norcal basically. Yeah if you kind of scare the little baby as you're going past i don't know how you do. I guess boo easily scandalously kind of retreats into its little bubbly foam nest idle stop breathing and then just hope that the threat goes away and then it'll come back out ago. Yeah i think sometimes they can use them as emergency oxygen tanks so sometimes if you freak them out their retreat into the bubbles and appears a few bubbles so they bond together into a bigger bubble it as an emergency is really clever. The cookies fights predators. Because i think it tastes horrible And it also stops the lavi from drying the bump hausners come outta them self-respecting predators going to have and it starts different drying out but obviously when you then become born You don't want to be soft anymore. You don't want to be wet. So what do you do. Well you blow an extra lodge bubble inside of your bubble and so more air comes in there and then you're exo skeleton contri- out and then you can come out of the spaghetti bubble and you'll find and you can be an adult subsidizing creatures..

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"To lt stored dot. Oh fantastic shop affi- website. Yeah but this one actually like shifts you a thing When yeah when you when you when you order thing hold on a second. I have no idea how display. Hey it worked okay it. Oh wow oh interesting that's supposed to be purple I have my monitoring. Hdr mode and it bungs up screen capture apparently. So now we know that anyway. The point is most pads. They're back there beautiful. You can get them now any size. You want for twenty nine ninety nine. that's right. we've got ninety centimeters one hundred centimeters twelve hundred centimeters all those different widths and we've got different depths thirty centimeters forty fifty sixty and seventy so. We've got pretty much everything. Rockin and the floatplane team by the way luke has done a great job of the variant changes that they've made the website. It's not really easy to shop for different variants of products. They'll take you right down to a picture of that particular size which is super cool and very soon because i know some people have actually been been mentioning it in regards to the mouse pad. There will be Back in stock notifications including for specific variants. That is coming pretty sweet. Great job floatplane team so guys go get it before they are gone. We did restock as many of them as humanly possible but screen captures or. I'm sorry there's something for everyone though whether you just want something. That's exactly the right size for you that you've never been able to find or whether you just want the most possible mouse pad for your dollar. I'm pretty sure that one point two meters by seventy centimeters one for twenty nine. Ninety nine is good enough. Deal that you could just cut it up into multiple mouse pads if you really wanted to. You wouldn't have the nicely finished edges anymore at least on some of the edges but yeah it's it's it's a good mouse pad good price. It's three and a half millimeters thick which is accustomed thickness. I personally think it is a great balance between responsiveness and comfort. I don't think there's really much else to say about it. It's beautiful it's beautiful. all right what else. We got for topics. Today i've been signed out of google. Docs thank you so much for signing me out so luke you're on your own we've got. Tm's or hacker ball we've got Oh okay she just a little bit because winners eleven. Just case people aren't sure why saying that an organization hired dolow's group security consultancy to investigate the security of their network. Dollah group was provided with a new lenovo computer pre configured with the organization standard security stack. The researchers were quickly able to determine that the laptop was only using the teepee pm itself as a security measure for the bit locker drive encryption with no pin or password in order to extract data off-drive standalone though they would need to get this key from the t. pm The t. pm was using a serial peripheral interface where spic to communicate with the rest of the system and in combination with the fact that bit locker doesn't use the latest t. pm standards encrypted communications Dolo group realized they may be able to extract said key using a soleil. Whoa that's a crazy word. Soleil logic analyzer connected to the seamus. They were able to capture all data moving through the chip and used an open source tool bit locker. Spic toolkit on get hub to isolate the decryption key. Ke- with the key. The researchers were able to decrypt the drive and bypassed the need to log in entirely on the next boot by simply replacing ultimate dot e acce- with command dotty acce-. Oh boy this does so require knowledge of the hardware and software to pull off the fact that something like this can be executed. Less than thirty minutes is noteworthy granted. Even just at we've always said if you have access hardware you have access to everything Granted even just adding a drive encryption password that needs to be matched up with the decryption key can greatly greatly improve security of an encrypted machine. Tps do offer functionality beyond strong encryption keys and are a good idea but without actually taking proper measures in the first place and appropriate caution their functionality can just become a minor inconvenience for an attack more than anything else that reminds me of this old meam that showed a boxing ring and it had like millions of dollars of security hardware all perfectly configured and that it had like some dude at a keyboard and it was like basic pebco who will win yeah users not using things properly can defeat a lot of very well intentioned in very well built security so all right luck everybody what else we got today man. I guess that's boy. Is that pretty much it. I mean we'll probably have some super chats from the second half of the show. When i remembered to click the things so the first one i have here is your five. Oh yeah we can talk about that. Sure yeah Coarser ddr five. I mean this. I'm just going to be reading off of whatever article i read earlier. There we go corsair. Ddr five modules boy. My screen capture really awful. Ddr five modules will require better cooling so in engram finally going to be cool it just might because it's a big reason that ddr five memory is going to require so much cooling are there are a couple of main reasons one is that at the speeds that sort of j. deck module manufacturers are going to be building them so this is like micron samsung. Those guys dear. Five might not be appreciably faster than ddr four so in order to hit these. Maximum speeds that Memory makers like this memory makers like corsair mush or whoever wanna hit. They're going to have to be over clocking the modules. So we're talking running as high as one point six volts potentially on these one point one volt modules so these things could be running toasty also. Ddr five moves the power delivery from the motherboard. Onto the memory module itself so ddr five modules could end up being a more complex and therefore expensive and be much much hotter especially if they're meant to manage very precisely these Extremely high voltages so it could very well be that liquid cooling memory for the first time ever could result in notably better speed and stability compared to Just running you're running your module naked..

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"Two thousand seventeen and the plan. Scott kickstarter because the Curling club macklin as it was called at the time they were in arena is synapse. Ice rink was gonna close down so A couple of guys One yeast tall marker club manager and another peter who's one of our board members they basically You got some help with a business case together and initially they entered the The w cf competition for the portable facility was going on at the time Ended up close but not good enough so they ranked second. I think it it actually went to a finnish. Location at the time Those when they were the winners of that company's competition but then they They they had this quite solid case And they started bumping around with folks like daryl from the from the world curling federation. I think Our good friend from scotland. Who's on the board is name escapes me for now with your harding or yeah our good friend richard hunting in days who is also the owner and operator of greenacres curling rink so he does a lot of games. Yeah so yeah they. They gave some good advice and push these guys to actually continue with it so they started looking at the financials and they thought they You know kind of bare bone basics. Still try to have a nice club they needed about four hundred thousand boroughs so And i think the club only had about twenty thousand in the bank at the time so yeah. There were kicking ideas around for funding Obviously they went to the went too and obtained Wanted wchs Interest free loans. Which were still being back at the moment and he also started a crowd funding initiative so With with a little incentive so depending on the amount of people put in there they would get their name on a barstool or they're naming the is and that kind of stuff. I don't recall exactly haven't how much money we go there between the amount that we raised there and the interest free loan from the wc cf. That was enough to secure a bank loan to rome top of the rest and they. They looked at the numbers and they said well. Let's go for it. Three sheet rather than a than a to Because i mean the the the the money wasn't all that different. So that's how we ended up with our Without a three sheet facility and again it would be a mischief. I wouldn't mention the the town azzam's Basically gave us the land to you for free. Saturday was it just a case of them supporting the sports clever. It's kind of obviously in europe land's expensive so how'd you get. How'd you persuade the municipality to to donate that line to are municipalities. They do have a question. Money available to support both local activities and local sports and then in the flounders area. There's something called sports flounder who also have Funds and and push sometimes to to get through and and one of our Vca building killing association Board members actually works at association so he does now has a good handle on what the rules are. And what kind of grants you can buy for and all that kind of stuff. So i guess the two combined really persuaded to come in to Because i think they actually. I asked the town of macken where where the ice rink was based but they really didn't have any Haven't any opportunities and it seemed like it was really happy to To accommodate us and this is a little bit. I mean it's it's it's like five to ten minutes north of the brussels airport Halfway between the airport in the town of maitland so it's slowly exactly rural but it is not really that builds up so they do have some spaces around and it also fit in. I think it fit in with their philosophy as well of having an area where a lot of sports are concentrated. I mean there's a youth club located right next to the dog. Pound there is Boeing arrow kind of shooting club. There is A tennis clip a little bit further down something their long-term vision which is not coming true. It's kind of bundle all of these together in that particular area. So i guess are there may have been a question of just being there at the right time in the right place to put that question to what were the challenges with building the rank was it was. I think no building project ever goes smoothly as planned. So that must have had some challenges. Because you're going to walk us through the different steps in the process. Once you had the land in the funding secured we have the whole dossier on our Clubs web page for people that want to read up on that and see how we eventually got her. I mean even the technical plans stuff forever. So i think that for some people that are looking to to start up a facility. That might be a good resource book. I mean other than construction delays in the usual hassle with contractors When it comes to the actual land wanted a challenges was that it's quite close to like a small brook so the the ground wasn't super stable to with like a heavy Heavy structure on there. So i think in the end. They decided to Concrete today and then kind of build up the floor Rather than having a fully heavy Concrete slab on there so that also means that currently are pipes for the cooling system. They're not actually embedded in concrete but like just on top of it so that also means that it takes us a little bit longer to to to build the ice because the water i has to go above the cooling pipes for you can put your regular nightside so that's Some and then cleaning in between this stuff is that handy. So that takes some extra manpower's Every time we build up the ice. But i think those were the main main challenges. The other thing just from construction point of view dated one have a viewing area near sixty seven seventy centimeters above the ice. Saw working out that how that would work with the The surface. That wasn't super stabled at Engineer to look at yeah workout findin yet. So you did. All of this is a custom built from the beginning. pre existing facility to pearling rank. Correct custom built. And you're able to do that for all four hundred thousand euros or was there extra costs the construction on top of the ice plant. I assume obviously. But i think in the end probably on something like five six hundred thousand again. Older numbers routes websites. Yeah we kept the coastal new wherever possible and things that we wanted to do in the beginning we just added on later on the way we thought about having solar panels to give us the inter. She needs from the get covert. Obviously that was something that we only were able to put in last year. And then we didn't funded ourselves we reported up with a company that puts installations on companies roots. And that kind of stuff. So now we have our Our power at a reduced rate but solar panels hours And then yeah inside it's You could yeah. it's it's it's minimal. Finish listen i mean this stuffed up still wanna do you might like palatable and more painting all that kind of stuff the time the thing that also help keep the costs down is that we have a small bar area but we don't have the facility to serve food and stuff knowing what you know now after doing everything are there. Is there anything you would have done differently. Yeah for sure. I mean one thing that we give well is that we we have full.

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on ActionPacked

"You can then put equipment. I mean you make wholly-owned flyers you and flies. I suddenly saturday. Don't have the time these days. It's time consuming brush. It is an also every time. I get my flying kit out. My kids. think that's great and they want to pull bits of and materials all over the sitting room and it turns into a bit of a sort of a situation. Should we say so. These days i worked very closely with fly tying company called fulling mill. i'm one of their ambassadors and they supply us with all of the flies that we use and then i have a few customs as well so custom tizen. And if i'm the only the only flies that i time myself. Now specific saltwater patents normally leading up to a particular trip it's all part of the preparation and the experience on the phone and the fun. Yeah have you had any scary experiences. Like crocodiles or hippos or anything else. That's in the water many. Yes well if you're going to insert yourself into the environment of creatures which are bigger than yourself. You and you spend enough time that you're going to have encounters some of those appropriately. Formal scary than they actually are in reality but when you are hunting valley for example you spend most of your time up to your waist in water in the surf line and you're looking for valley in the waves but torelli also hang around with sharks so if you told me twenty years ago that every time i saw her shock i'd be running toward it instead of away from its. I wouldn't really have believed you but that is what we do. So tell us about the giant valley hundred rex. You heard of it until i looked up this morning. This is your obsession it is. I mean it's What is it first of all so last name is carrying. It is a very large king fish. Species. It is an apex predator that you find on flats mostly through indian ocean and the pacific the a a cousin in the atlantic ocean. Colour jack jack creveld but the. Gt's orch john torelli get bigger. And i don't know where the obsession really came from. A i think anybody who's hooked one on the fly will become obsessed immediately. Have you seen the blue planet on the television. Did you see the series of The fish eating birds the footage. Many people who are listening to this may have may have seen that but They will eat entire turns of the surface and they will come out of the water to eat them. There are very fish. They will eat pretty much anything. Which crosses that path suddenly give you nip if you get close enough. They've got some fairly large caudal teeth in front and they are very predatory and we're talking about big fish. They could be the size of a man. I mean i seventy centimeters. i mean. That's a really big short. gt Most of the ones that we encounter. I would say i probably between fifty and one hundred thirty centimeters so certainly on weight up to what sort of in over one hundred pounds. It's about forty five forty five kilos something like that but the big difference is hunting these fish in shallow water. So what is normally a reef species if you like and they will hang around structure in the blue water and they will congregate in schools as well but they will come onto the flats at the right stages of the thai hunt on the flats. And when i mean the salt flats. I mean water which is really from your coffee. Thi- and you can cite fish for them so as if you were here on the river site fishing for trout you can cite fish for a fish which is up to.

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This is definitely the next person who brings up the electric thing and you know then environment when it comes to cryptocurrency. This is what they're getting their face. Chiampou kalpa and the story patty. Yeah if you want environmentally friendly way to resolve electricity issue you can start mining with who it apparently is true. Now when i pulled this article up some folks were saying things like is this a real website and you know it is a scottish website. And there've been a couple of other articles published about this. This is actually from june night. Have been sitting on this one for some time. where berry is in scotland scotland. Where they talk like sean connery. An englishman with a scottish action. now he's actually scottish. I believe but he played a russian man and a submarine and such was his most famous film. Apparently bitcoin mining often comes at the expense of using huge amounts of electricity something elon. Musk expressed grave concerns about as he announced. Tesla would no longer be accepting. The flagship cryptocurrencies payment despite gleefully announcing it would only days earlier and he's also co gone back on that now going well i guess i guess we'll take it again. He talks to the crypto. Minors hit had a conversation with the crypto. Minors all of them yeah. There's he didn't talk to me. I do a bit of mining from time. To time of crypto. it was just. That's how matt was like a saying that he phrased like he. He talked to the crypto. Minors or the crypto viner's like like making a subset of crypt minors. That are the crypto. Not all the crypto. The ones like they're more important than others. Have to look the exact. It's all right. it's not important. Off crypto currency markets rocketed at the first announcement with bitcoin hitting the all time high above sixty two thousand dollars. Us however the u-turn subsequent museum added tweets that followed where after cause a serious dip. That's bitcoins value have stripped back the price of all major coins. They're attributing far too much to mr. Musk and his tweets. The device apparently measures a mere seventy centimeters by thirty five centimeters by forty centimeters. Josh machines are designed to mind other digital currencies like raven coin in theory and use less energy. The firm's mining rigs have so far averaged approximately thirty thousand dollars each. That's in pounds in annual profits over a three year period with the bulk of these gains made in twenty twenty one as digital currencies. One institutional acceptance. So he's doing well with these particular. These actually will mind. You'll actually make money off them. According to this article. I wonder i wonder how efficient these machines are compared to like you know. I wonder if he ships internationally right. Rest josh i just shipped my pants. Josh who was among delegates in an e. u. summit on crypto last year says the company has been experiencing huge growth in sales among the uk's agricultural community as farmers tap in to on site renewable energy one greenside hosts forty mining computers which run twenty four seven. The site is powered using anaerobic digestion..

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Cow poo. So we'll talk more about that in the studio tonight. It's myself the reverend captain. Kick ass joining me. It's funny and chris and the telephone number. If you'd like to join in the conversation tonight is two zero two. There's two twos and the number the number two. Yeah you get two zero two three zero three six nine nine two two three eight zero three. Six nine is the number. So the sky in scotland apparently in the wake of elon musk's tweets about currency and the supposed- effects that he may or may not have had on the market Over five million pounds and in orders already as of june ninth. Anyway the device apparently measures a mere seventy centimeters by thirty five centimeters by forty centimeters. Josh machines are designed to mind other digital currencies like raven coin in a theory and use less energy. the firm's binding rigs have so far averaged approximately thirty thousand dollars each. That's pounds in annual profits over a three year period with the bulk of these gains made in twenty twenty one as digital currencies. One institutional acceptance. So he's doing well with these particular. These actually will mind. Actually make money off them. According to this article. I wonder i wonder how efficient these machines are compared to like other. I wonder if he ships internationally right. Josh i just shipped my pants josh. Who was among delegates in e. u. summit on crypto last year says the company has been experiencing huge growth in sales among the uk's agricultural community as farmers tapping to onsite renewable energy one greenside hosts forty mining computers which run twenty four seven. The site is power to using anaerobic digestion. Ad machines which turn animal waste into renewable energy. Now this isn't the first time i've heard of using waste as a form of energy i'll give you an example When i was looking into like off grid technology and innovation one of the things that is deployed is people will have a compost bin right and this is just a big areas usually fenced in utah. Saw your food scraps and think some people go to extremes. and they'll you know if they've got Like a composting. Toilet. they'll toss. they're they're human waste in there to you. Got to be careful with like you know animals get in there and disease and and and also it can become flammable right and and explode. So i mean like you know. It's not a joking matter. Careful with your matches. Even though i joke about this and we'll joke again. I'm sure you know. Give me five minutes or so but at any rate so once you have this compost pile and it gets to a certain will say size What you can do. You can run a copper coil. Underneath it before you start the compost pile and attach some tubes and a little small pump like a fishing a fish tank water pump to it. And what you do. Is you run this water to your under floor. Heating the make these under floor heating things that are essentially just tubes that phil hot water right and so what you're doing is you're just taking cold water from the tap your pumping it into underneath your compost pile which generates an immense amount of heat. Your heating that water. And then you're pumping that water back into the house right to heat your flooring which then in turn heats the house. So now you've heeded your house with your own waste products. Wow be cool. If you weren't using poop i would refuse poop. This is just gross. And i don't even. I able only compost like you know leftover foodstuffs and that kind of thing. So i'm not saying you have to you. I'm just saying that. This is not the first time i've heard of people using waste for a technological purpose or to. You'll something now house that you put on top of a waste pile then no on farms. They usually have an area. Set aside for composting. Right and usually what you do. Is you throw away like your banana. The bones of stuff and you know whatever into the compost and then in the springtime you take that compost and you spread it out over your garden because it is a very nutrient rich thing that it becomes and then that's how you grow better plants and better food and your gardens and all that kind of stuff. So parents do that. But i would've never thought you could add human poop. I would've thought that would make it would make it poisonous or something. Well i mean you can add. Animal manure is this. Isn't it like the same or something that people take that causes the problem or something which animals don't take or something. I don't know i don't i think about it but i do know that like enough about it but i do know like like hiking of staff and like they tell you when you hiking in the middle of nowhere not to hike or not to go number two near the river the water source right right you can wear as obviously animals are you can dig a pit privy right. You know if you're sort of off grading it kind of a thing. And i know a lot of the will call them green. Rv people folks who take vacations but they want. They want the solar power on their rv and they want a toilet. That's not going to you know. Have a bunch of chemicals have to be added to visit the dumpsite. They'll use what's called a composting toilet. And so you know these things exist. And they recycle. Or otherwise reuse. There's a book actually that. I think this explains the concept that i'm trying to get across a much better. It's called human newer and it is. Yeah it's a good book. It's a short book and it explains like the practical. How tunis of how somebody figured out a couple of different ways you gain something out of what most people consider way straight if you can hit your house in the winter because you've created this this pile of waste. Why wouldn't you. it's free heat. I think there's probably people out there who would be like if you were starving. The only way to eat was to use your own poop to grow food. You would do it. No i would die. Because i don't wanna live on that planet. If that's the only way to eat well i mean there is already manure in a large amount of farming. So whether it's human way story. I always it's already there. You've already been eating politics. I have to say. I just don't wanna think about it. Human part is what's disgusting because the human part discussing versus animal. Because you already kind of know that there is made poop like earthworms poop turns into dirt dirt earthworm poop dirt earthworm. Well i mean dirt kind of the decomposition of all things about life. Yeah but some of it is yeah excrement but of course it is absolutely it is gross. Well i'm not saying it's not gross. My own poop in my household families poop there will be even worse. Can we move onto an..

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Just throughout the state who has seeing things that are really worrying them. So i spoke to one fisherman named erin. He goes out on the macquarie river to fish. Murray cod cobaine overseas eight newmar as they swim across the river and like where they've been saying the marks get taken off the top of the water and he saying that ninety percent of the feces pulling up have multiple decomposing bodies in the stomach. Orca definitely say big. Impact in fishy. 'cause at the moment like the martha nearly the all dod amendment they had just gorging themselves and then once i have having in the stomach when we woke him on. Lewis officials. Reaction is to regurgitate anything in their stomach to try and get to the lurid they man nicer thomas read to us three. But yeah i've seen up to ten more coming into seventy centimeter an id's anyway And like i working at fishing show here at store. He and I've heard of customers coming in signed. They've had blood thirty blocks. Come into our biggest fish over made along up until the moment that this other poison gets involved fisher having a great time out of this some pictures of some very healthy looking very fat card nowadays going around. How do we all fail about eight. Hundred mice fed cords. Take feel good about that. Nor i don't think it's necessarily on anyone's wishlist. Aaron told me although he hasn't been brave enough to even he's spoken to a couple of pretty tough men who've gotten all the way to gutting the fish and then just being unable to follow through with that cute that to the point. I got him and say them off. And it's not the prettiest on the show. I get it safely. Say that all of this podcast is the most disgusting get of raw egg. Mice it a.

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

ARRL Audio News

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

"The a. r. l. the fcc in the us department of defense are cooperating in an effort to eliminate potential amateur radio interference on seventy centimeters to a future mental control system at white sands missile range in new mexico. The defense department contacted the fcc in march seeking information on home to conduct regarding amateur transmissions on seventy centimeter frequencies that are slotted for use on the new control system. The fcc in turn asked a r l to oversee the coordination efforts amateur. Radio is secondary on the seventy centimeter band. The potential problem was not with individual operators or repeaters but with our f- control links between four hundred twenty and four hundred thirty megahertz us to establish a linked repeater system within new mexico. Owners of the our of control links there are being asked you re coordinate their link frequencies to new ones. Above four hundred thirty megahertz. Some thirty to control links will have to be relocated by the end of may or be. Shut down the national conference of volunteer examiner coordinators the end c. v. e. question pool committee wants to hear your ideas on new or modified questions for the upcoming technician question pool. Nuts element to. This will go into effect on july first. Twenty twenty two suggestions for new questions changes to current examination topic areas or changes to existing questions in the current technician. Question pool are invited. The question bowl committee said it wants input that focuses on topics and subjects that enhanced public interest understanding and use of amateur radio or that focus on stem hands.

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"Aws had had a little bit of a sneaky stuff about doing stuff. You go to support the families. Well i mean if you drop through providence upbringing around with Getting safe in my so where you should have used at peak on. I think. I think that's actually worked out for us. Just a yoga yoga thing where it went down the first the first g six back and he's he's mental for this year as well. So so you'll say you're any braila. Who's your bradley brennan. Pick from matt at. Did you have another guy. Mattie route. I think i just i think paperless sleeping on a forgot. How good he wants because he just finished the season and abrahams lock. What was it ran for office. Finished the season was flying. He pulled up to two gs. And a thinki- modest snuck in for a sick and say well at seven votes in the was he's a clearance. Bicester kicks goes i mean. He's he's gonna be good at hill a catch the and he's aranguren. He's got what lot rural white skin. He's got the zinc on Bluefin's law that you'd be surprised how much you Simple as even being so you. Just got a bailout. You've got actually stand out. And he does. He's only one seventy centimeters so he doesn't. He doesn't he has to stay in some way. He's yeah he's got glows in the lots. The radio sticks as i apply for them any kiko. He's gonna continue now though that the club's excetera forty clubs die after a rail applied and there would be a goodies. Keep have skied. You gotta remember to use. The government fought on the brand because he had the slave he had elbow like all like that was because he stood out. Like you. just gotta stand up. That was my problem. I didn't stay in now. That's why i didn't get much just supplying looking atrocities along. That didn't work or tried getting no smash that didn't work. I tried gallon bold. That didn't work ended up giving up..

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"seventy centimeters" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

ARRL Audio News

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"seventy centimeters" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

"That is not vc's are responsible for administering amateur radio exams. This is our audio news. Heard in lake county. Ohio tuesdays at nine thirty pm on the one forty six seven three repeater. Courtesy of the lake county amateur radio association time now for the amps at report. Even though read fx sat to or fox one e is hard to hear it has earned amstrad designator as ams at oscar one. Oh nine or a oh one oh nine. Norad has confirmed that catalog. Ide- forty seven three eleven or object. C is a. Oh one oh nine. If you are not currently working satellites you might wanna take a look at working either. A oh twenty. Seven or o fifty both are fm satellites and easy to work with an h t and a hand held dual band to mater seventy centimeter antenna. Many programs are out there to download that. We'll let you know when a satellite is overhead. And just where to point your antenna. If you program your hand held with a few frequencies to adjust the seventy centimeter frequency for doppler. You just have to give a quick twist of the knob. Many operators are using one dual band. hd single band. Ht's these along with one of the hand held and make a great satellite station that you can use from anywhere. The am sad report comes to us. Each week via bruce page k. k. Five do the international amateur radio union. The i a r. you has agreed on its preliminary positions for world. Radio communication converts twenty twenty three..

Venice hit by worst flooding in 50 years

First Light

01:39 min | 3 years ago

Venice hit by worst flooding in 50 years

"Things are getting serious for Venice Italy the city has been swamped by the worst flood in over fifty years and because the nearly six foot tide that send waist high water flowing through Saint mark's square it sent the city's world famous gondolas on to walkways and threatened its medieval baroque and renaissance art and architecture Scott McClain is in Venice telling us a combination of factors led to the title overflow it has been a pretty tough week before Venetians there was yet another exceptionally a high tide it peaked at about a meter and a half so we're in Saint mark's square right now which flights at about eighty centimeters add another seventy centimeters on top of that and that's what we ended up with in this latest round of flooding this comes though after two more bouts of high tide earlier this week that's the Venetians are frankly still cleaning up from this is been frustrating for this city you do not have to look hard to find a Venetian who will tell you that all of this flooding seems quite preventable that's because there is a system a hydraulic barrier system called mosaic it's being billed for the last fifteen years though it's been plagued by corruption and scandal and mismanagement we spoke to the current mayor who told us look look he he understands understands the the frustrations frustrations of of people people here here but but that that mo mo is is a a is is still still the the city's city's best best way way forward forward in in the the future future now now there there are are two two more more high tides expected this week they will be enough to flood this square the lowest part of Venice but thankfully not enough to cause any more damage than has already been done

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