20 Burst results for "Seventy Five Kilometers"

Formula 2 driver dies in Belgian Grand Prix crash

BBC World Service

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Formula 2 driver dies in Belgian Grand Prix crash

"Much we start with Lewis Hamilton who was cold formula to drive out on twenty back hero following the Frenchman's fatal crash the twenty two year old died after the two hundred and seventy five kilometers an hour accident on the same Belgian circuit that's due to host the softer means Formula One Grand Prix the other driver involved is in a stable condition in hospital Ferraris shell the fat and Sebastian Vettel will begin today's Formula One race on the front row Hamilton will start from

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How Will Exploring Saturn's Moon Titan Be Different?

BrainStuff

06:35 min | 1 year ago

How Will Exploring Saturn's Moon Titan Be Different?

"Today's episode is brought to you by IBM. SMART is open open is smart i._B._M.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at I._B._M.. Dot Com slash slash red hat welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey rain stuff. Lauren Vogel bomb here. NASA has announced that it will launch a space probe called dragonfly on an ambitious mission to Saturn's Saturn's Moon Titan in which a robotic rotorcraft lander will fly around Titan's surface and touchdown in various places as part of its exploratory mission the dragonfly space probe will look for traces of chemical processes similar to the ones that led to life on earth in addition to gathering other information about the Moon's surface and atmosphere dragonfly will launch twenty twenty six and arrive at Titan which is eight hundred eighty six million miles. That's one point four billion kilometers from the Sun in Twenty thirty four once they're. The space probe which is about the size of the Space Agency's spirit and Opportunity Mars Rovers will turn on eight rotors and fly through Titan's dense hazy atmosphere which is about four times the density of Earth's and explore. It's still mysterious surface. A Titan is the biggest of Saturn's sixty two moons and a close second in moon size at our solar system after Jupiter's Moon Ganymede has radius of about sixteen hundred miles or twenty five hundred kilometers making it about fifty percent wider than Earth's moon but it's not just titan size is it is made it a longtime object to fascination scientists Titan is also the only moon in the solar system with much of an atmosphere and it's the only slot in the solar system besides earth that's known to have Liquid Rivers Lakes and seas on its surface though the latter are made up of liquid hydrocarbons such as methane and ethane titans also believed to have an underground ocean of water deep beneath its icy surface that could possibly have harboured some form of life or may still contain it. The titans surface is brutally cold like. Minus two hundred ninety degrees Fahrenheit or one hundred and seventy degrees Celsius cold but conditions potential underground ocean are unknown titans thick atmosphere is about ninety five percent nitrogen with the rest mostly composed of methane the creates a thick orange colored haze hangs over the moon's surface making it difficult to observe from Earth much of what we do know comes from the European Space Agency's how Hon spacecraft which landed on Titan and transmitted data for seventy two minutes in two thousand five and from NASA's Cassini probe which did multiple fly bys of Titan between two thousand five in two thousand seventeen. How huns was actually attached to Cassini for these seven year trip to Titans vicinity scientists are particularly excited about dragonflies ability to fly rather than crawl crawl along the ground unlike Mars where NASA also plans to test a small robotic helicopter with large high speed blades twenty twenty titans atmosphere's thick enough to enable dragonfly to attain lift with relatively small Reuters and carry a bigger payload over longer distances? Mrs Than the experimental copter being sent to Mars. It's expected to cover more than one hundred miles or one hundred seventy five kilometers during its nearly three year mission on Titan it will fly in short hops up to five minutes at a time we spoke by email with Jason some sort of bomb a research scientist in the Department of Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and one of dragonflies co investigators he explained flight allows us to move the lander much greater distances in a short period of time than a traditional rover allowing us to more efficiently explore Titan. We also spoke by email with Kurt Neiber new frontiers program scientist for NASA. He said the dragonflies design is fundamentally different from the Mars helicopter quote not just because the atmosphere of Titan on Mars are so different but because they are different vehicles the Mars helicopter is a short lived technology demonstration with no science payload dragonfly is a self contained space craft designed to pursue science mission with high autonomy. It's like comparing a self driving car in electric. Electric Scooter both have wheels but they have very different purposes and therefore very different designs. The researchers working on dragonfly are excited about the opportunity to investigate the giant moons many mysteries Neiber said I'm looking forward to dragonfly finally giving US detailed answers about the surface of Titan at the small scale not just its composition but also its geology telling us about the complex organic materials present there and how they interact and also giving us a good look at surface features like dunes and the cell Crater Cassini he did a good job at giving us broad answers to this question at the large scale tens of miles for example but nothing beats getting down to the surface and actually digging your hands and feet in so to speak solder Baum also spoke to this. He said there's a plethora of unanswered answered questions about Titan's surface. One fundamental question we have yet to answer is what is the composition of titans major geologic units or if the water ice bedrock is exposed anywhere on Titan or if it's been buried beneath organic gunk this is because Titan's atmosphere obscures. Surface at most wavelengths limiting our ability to use traditional remote sensing techniques to study the surface composition dragonflies scrutiny of Titan's surface may also yield insights about the moon's atmosphere and the chemistry going on there which could in turn wind up helping us understand more about ourselves. We also spoke with Sarah Horst an assistant professor in the School of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. WHO's also an investigator on the project? She said that chemistry and the atmosphere's interact with the surface quote is important for understanding the role that atmospheres play in the origin or evolution of life and also help us figure out what types molecules may constitute evidence for life when we're looking at observations faraway atmosphere's like those of exoplanets. Today's episode was by Patrick Jake Hyder and produced by Tyler Clang Breen stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works her moines? This lots of other far out topics bizarre home planet has networks dot com in for more podcasts from iheartradio radio with the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Of scientists are looking into the details. Now, according to to the study authors from the university of Michigan center of sustainable systems and from the Ford Motor Company. It turns out that using Vitale the vertical takeoff and landing for a short commute. Just it's not efficient. And what the study finds is that the longer the trip is, and if you have several passengers it could end up being worth it, and they went into pretty extreme detail here. So when used in a traffic, heavy city or places where the geography. Causes travel issues. A Vitale vehicle could end up being pretty competitive or even outperform ground-based car in regards to energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. So as an example, if you look at a map if you wanted to drive from the city of Detroit in the United States to the city of Cleveland Cleveland in the United States, you have to drive around the southern point of Lake Erie. So so just imagine having to drive around the finger of lake in this particular circumstance could take three hours to do the drive in a standard ground-based vehicle to one hundred seventy one miles or two hundred seventy five kilometers. If you took a veto as the crow flies. It's just about half the distance. And of course, there's no traffic. So it's eighty nine miles or one hundred and forty three kilometers. Now. It's not just the mileage because of course, these flying vehicles can go one hundred fifty miles an hour. That's where that's where they're at today. That's a lot faster than what you're going to be driving even on at highway speeds. So the the researchers found that for. Trips of one hundred kilometers sixty two miles of fully loaded Vitale, meaning it's carrying its maximum passenger carrying capacity. It has a lower greenhouse gas emissions and ground-based cars.

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Service and Sacrifice: Irish forces in Golan well trained to deal with challenging situations

UN News

07:18 min | 1 year ago

Service and Sacrifice: Irish forces in Golan well trained to deal with challenging situations

"Rish military personnel. Serving under the UN flag in the Golan Heights. If been well trained to deal with challenging situations, according to the head of the contingent there there are one hundred thirty I rish nationals, including seven women currently deployed to the Wendy's engagement observer force that you went peacekeeping mission which was established in one thousand nine seventy four to monitor ceasefire between Israel and Syria. Many have served previously in other UN missions, including in Liberia, Lebanon, Kosovo, and Western Sahara, recently, the Irish contingent has been clearing mines. So that you enforce it can take positions again in areas, which had to be evacuated as a result of the civil war, which was taking place in Syria. Daniel Dickinson has been talking to the commander of the Irish forces Lieutenant Colin Lewis Flynn. I'm the contingent commander for the contingent which makes the fifty ninth if regroup on the we provide the Responsibility Act as the force observe. Company under the direct command of the enough force commander in order to achieve this task. And we maintain a credible in robust presence in the Golan to uphold the mandates and the Irish continued operates out of come forward. Which is where the force headquarters is located we maintain a quick Russia force and also reserve force within the amfar times, the quick reaction force is a small highly mobile unflexible force dot com. Respond to requests made by the force commander within fifteen minutes. Twenty four seven the requests can range from the evacuation of personnel from you in positions for various emergency reasons to routine patrols of the Bravo line on the east side of the areas of rain. The unisom also is self sufficient in that we have our engineering medical ordinance transport on the disk personnel who provides the capability for us to. To operate as in a self-sufficient manner. Are within our Mondays what role does the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force to give it it's it's official title. What role? Does it play? It's Mondays to maintain a credible presence in the Golan onto us best efforts to maintain the ceasefire between Israel on the Syrian Arab Republic. And to see the observed and what are the operating conditions like in in the region. I would put the operation conditions as challenging the area of perations is primarily focused on recall, the area separation between the alpha and Bravo lines. Both lines stretch for a distance of about seventy five kilometers from hermit in the north to the Jordanian border in the south area. Both lines in between. Both lines is known as the area's separation at the whitest point the area's operation stretches to nine kilometers, and is two hundred meters wide at the narrows point is that a particularly active area are the things. On every day, which peacekeepers need to react to on has over the last number of months has been reestablishing its its footprints in the area separation ju to the civil war which was on going in the area, the security situation deteriorated to such an extent that on withdrew most of its its presence from the area separation from the series from the Syrian side. Correct. They moved onto the side of the area separation until the last number months. We've moved back onto the onto the problem side and the Irish contingent is providing a level of engineer specialist search which we can go in and clear. Previously occupied a UN posts to ensure that all residents of war and Debbie are a safely cleared removed. So that can be occupied by UN forces. So that creates a challenging environment as technically difficult, but we have exceptionally well trained unqualified personnel to do those tasks wise it. Important for Ireland to contribute to on of I suppose since Arden's independence. We've been committed to a number of international bodies in the league nations between the world wars the UN after World War Two more recently the European Union on its predecessors at so it's a pragmatic assigned of our farm policy at a small state. So she's can commission on involve itself in the international order and provide a immeasurable presence in international peacekeeping on the world stage at wall sort of challenges do your troops face, especially those ones who who were on a UN peacekeeping mission for the first time. The first challenge is the the preparation on training is conducted at home before we deploy overseas normally takes approximately three months preparation period, where we'll go through the full remix of professional military training in the various specialities that we will bring with us. From dismounted infantry to the engineer specialist. Search teams to our ordinance disposal team our medical teams communications, so we can integrate fully as a robust mobile and competent enforce reserve and also getting understanding cultural or Stein of where we're going what we're going to do. And how we go about doing that an important in that is that we haven't ability to operate with our international partners owned the UN flying the other contingents within the on off mission. So that we can become more interoperable as we conduct operations. And but then there's also the personal Ed challenges even have obviously were leaving our friends and family behind in our in for for six six months tour, Judy. So there's an emotional price that personnel play. What do your men and women tell you about their experience serving as a as a blue helmet overall? I would say it's hugely positive 'em. They rise to the challenges by an allows of members of the arts festival will join the ability to to travel abroad to provide a real improvement in the conduct of the mandate admissions and to add a positive legacy to their service in the defence forces. So the professional satisfaction that they were saved and also the opportunity to operate with a multinational force, whom they wouldn't necessarily get the opportunity to operate with an also the exposure to a much wider civilian an NGO non-governmental organizations that operate in the area, we fully understand that the broadest level of peacekeeping and your mandate missions that military provide one elements of the solution and as far wider area covering call the comprehensive approach where all of the other. Non-governmental actors and aid agencies and provides support to the to to the to the wider conflict, and you're always benefit from not during experience seeing how people engage in tackle problems in a different way using a different lens of experience. So that's a huge using positive.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on High and Mighty

"But if you don't get if it's July, and you're not you don't have that done by nine AM. Yet it. Fifteen degrees outside and you're gonna die right? So. Yeah. So I did a lot of the mid week runs on treadmills and stuff like that. It is. Yeah. I mean, it's a pain in the ass at it. It like it takes you out of your life. And you got a, you know, got to we were in London, and I had to like go and do a nine mile run. And I ran seven miles in a wildlife preserve in Portugal with my where my my inlaws same thing. Yeah. I truly felt amazing. Yeah. I was like it feels good a friend of mine. The marathon trainer. I previously mentioned also a guest on the spot gas and the rugby episode for listeners Paul young Paul was like he's like I go full corny. You can search running routes in these cities. And then he goes, then I download Spotify playlist of music of where I'm visiting share. And he's like now, I'm running through Spain listening to Spanish guitar, and it's like, this is my combining my hobby of travel in my hobby of now, I guess my hobbies running dovetail those tonight's like so nice, and in fact inland because I had to do this kind of longest run. You can't do it on. Busy city streets. They're busy. It's terrifying. To because. Yeah, you're the traffic pattern is the opposite of what your brain is come to expect the cabbies will kill you like they whip around corners like it's it is a very dense city. But that does not stop people from driving very fast. I find that York. Your gridlock gridlock. Their cars managed to drive like center in the town centre of Lisbon in Tuscany. You're just like, wow, there's like a thousand cars on this road. And we're all going seventy five kilometers. It's like end it's around about there's no lights and no signs. It's fucking horrifying. It's largely because I guess the roads are laid out in ways that are intuitive. It is where people and then and then donkey's and shit like went, right? Like it. It is the flow of whatever they get around the town evolved over thousands of years. Right. Right. Whereas like New York, there was a city planner, and it was like, you know, we're putting streets here and whatever. So long story short. I got off the path and into residential areas and found like great little pubs and found the place where we had our Sunday roast and all of these places just because it was like a block back from the. Right. If you were trying to take the quickest route on foot, you're right. You might miss all that. Of course, I have to go nine miles. I guess I'll make a left here like wander up. Right. And I found a great park that it wouldn't have found on my own great. It's a pain in the neck. But if you do it properly you purchase yourself a good race day with that Ryan. Oh, so what you're saying is if you stick to the training that a lot of what you can Google very easily. It's like first marathon, you know, it's up twenty weeks twenty two whatever amount of time, whatever amount of time. Whatever your level of training, whatever level run you wanna do. Yeah. Someone has a gritted out thing online. And you you know, they vary. But they're basically the same, you know, sometimes there's a speed workout in there. I didn't care as much about speed. I just wanted to stop. Yeah. Just wanted to keep going. But now on this round. Are you going to be like, maybe I should do a little? Yeah. I mean now thinking that I had gas. The tank at the end, I was like, well, then I could have I could've taken on the Queensboro bridge a little more aggressively. I could have done this a little better, whatever I had shake shack than I if I could have caught five seconds off every mile leading up to that..

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on TechStuff

"And then conveniently of forgetting about them his techniques paid off with some early demonstrations, but they relied heavily on predictable and reliable components like those road markings. But if the row road markings were obscured or if they were absent then the car would start to drift out of its lane. It didn't know, quote, unquote, where it was supposed to be, and it might just continue to wander on whatever steering direction. It was in before it lost track of the road markings. And we're talking about a five ton van that his team had been testing. So that's potentially a real danger now to be fair. They were testing it on unoccupied stretches of road. So at least the potential for a catastrophe was severely limited. They worked on like the. Unopened stretches of the autobahn, for example. So it was more safe than what I'm making it sound like especially since this was new road. So the times when the the road markings were not detectable were rare. Dixon's work would become a part of a huge project much bigger than just Thomas cars called the Eureka framework and Eureka's still around today. But this was sort of a European Union kind of thing before there was a European Union. So it Eureka's a pan European research and development funding organization. It's meant to make sure that European nations remain competitive with other countries, namely countries like Japan and the United States for several years dick, men's and his team were working on refining this driverless car technology and that culminated in demonstrations that happened in nineteen ninety four and nineteen ninety five ninety four one happened. In Paris, France Dickman had a huge challenge. Head of him dime layer with whom he was working wanted his team to equip passenger cars Daimler passenger cars with this driverless technology, and they intended. For the team to have one of these cars, navigate a three lane highway in public traffic being able to make automated changes of lane everything while carrying real live human passengers and his team would only have a couple of years to accomplish this goal before this ninety four demo after a brief consideration. Dick, months agreed to this challenge. And he got to work and in October nineteen ninety four his team picked up several important people at the shells de Gaulle airport and took them to a highway and then flipped the automobiles not literally, but they flipped them to autonomous mode and both of the cars that were used in. This demonstration still had human driver's sitting in the driver seat. They still had their hands on the wheel. But they weren't putting any pressure on the wheel they weren't turning the wheel. They just had their hands there in case something should happen. So they would occasionally take their hands away from the wheel to show that. The cars were in fact, driving themselves in that they were just there for safety sake. In one thousand nine hundred five team took an altered vehicle on an autonomous trip from Bavaria to Denmark. That's more than one thousand miles or seventeen hundred kilometers. The car reached speeds of up to a hundred nine miles per hour or one hundred seventy five kilometers per hour. So pretty impressive for an Thomas car now, despite these remarkable achievements. The technology was still too primitive for widespread use it depended heavily unpredictable factors anything outside of that was more of a challenge. Particularly obstacle detection. They didn't build it in to be consumer friendly. So you have these large computer systems that were inside the vehicles themselves. So it wasn't exciting advancement in autonomous car technology. But it wasn't far enough along for consumer or radical use. And so the world would have to wait a bit longer for tech to evolve to give a Thomas cars, another go, and this is related to a concept called a I. Winter which is tied into the idea of hype cycles and AI winter is named that way because it's considered to be the funding equivalent of a nuclear winter. And it describes a time when there's a growing reluctance to fund projects generally speaking, this is how the pattern tends to play out..

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Barossa valley a renowned worn producing region seventy five kilometers from Adelaide. Lyda grocer admitted he had made this report while highly intoxicated, and that it was based on nothing more than he's iron theory. Hey into friend prosecuted for making the false allegation. Following a report that the Beaumont children were being held captive by man and woman at home, uncle Nogues, esplanade the home Assad squad right at several houses in the area. The found in our trice of the children the man who made the report admitted was a law driven out of spot the couple he had falsely reported as the Beaumont's captors where actually he's a strange to off and two new boyfriend. After Melbourne-based news pipe out the truth published unostentatious story declaring by Mont children to still be alive. Multiple witnesses client to of Saint a mean fitting the description of the prime suspect driving a green Ford utility truck along the hallway between not alight. And melvin. The witnesses stated the man had to goes. And boy in the back. However, given the amount of tone that had passed between the alleged Saudi send the witness statements police mostly discounted think says on related to the KYW's. The media speculated the perpetrator could have taken the Beaumont children as far as New Zealand as no poss- ports were required to travel between the two countries that the tone. Pitches and descriptions of Jane, honor and grant was sent to New Zealand. Authorities with advice to remain on high alert. As summits impact resident reported saying three children walking along Bantry road, a residential suburban straight with links to mostly straight.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"So it's kind of interesting how these sponsor coming onboard. And what they're trying to say. Yeah, they seeing the value in this kind of writing and certainly. It was really strongly on the radar this July who we're going to hear from. So we're going to hear from an Tetiana culture over who was one of the writers who did it. She's been doing it for couple of years now. And also every who does where we Skoda who does a lot of fix criterium races Juliet area, and she actually joined them for one of the days after the outs this year for making a step up from fixed criteriums on little circuits to riding one hundred seventeen hundred eighty kilometers yet today, she joined the she is about one hundred hundred seventy five kilometers stage. And they it a recovery day. So so yes, so that was she said it was it was definitely they wouldn't allow to get their heart rates, very high. But yeah, I think they kind of wanted it after the brutal few stages in the outs. Hi, are you okay? Yes. I think it fine. My name is Jan knuckle Shova right now, I live in because of work because a science I'm a post doc in their initiative experimental any my main life is through study responses to stretch cycling has been hope if me for the last seven years, I just it to try something different in my life. Just to motivate more. And then I started doing. Threes and just discover new places meeting people and then I went into mounting by game. And then I tried tried racing. And at some point I ended up fully in love with route cycling, and it was development when I to bury for work. Everyone is cycling. I just was like you two girls from a French team. And I was racing down for a couple of seasons now because I I don't trays anymore. Still part of Volusia month on project the first year when the project happened it was just the initiative coming from from girls themselves. It was a family affair when three girls went to write all the stages of towards supported mostly by family. Do like the parents were driving the supporting car, they stopped into tents and of the hotel sometimes, and they will not even sure if they can make it or not. But finally, they did and it was executive moment when I met them. I am the creator new. It's the the good word with my girlfriend clear. My name is mature eastern. I'm sort of manager of the. The competition team clear Floyd and me we are the two creates the projects for for years ago. We watch movie French and Duke Chaman -tory about a French journalist who creates a project to do to the phones one day ahead with friends people people from the diversity, you know, black people are people white people as people in. He wants to show that France is mixed on the main many people from many countries. That's the friends we were drinking beer with Clare and witching the the film say, oh, it's crazy doing the house when they head. We how we should do should do its bets at the beginning. It was. Just for us just south of DC just for us. And. Six months after we were I think, I don't remember. But I think six months after we create the we we create the club the cessation the woman team competitions. And we think how to promote how to health women's citing. We remember the project when they head. We say, oh, maybe we won't do that. Just for us. We do that with the club with the to health people to see women's cycling, and that's the beginning of the projects. I have a list. To make excess. Like, I like, I XE bite me personally was involved there was persona challenge. Because since I was riding in the road by I was about to France. I was driving about doing at least one climb of one of the mythic mountains, the still and the idiot from all the stages by myself to write the same roads. Was there interesting personal challenge? Like to know more about what I can do to go to know more about what I can achieve and just challenge myself, but from the general point of view from.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Getting the cars from and that's where it gets slippery i look at from a buyer perspective some of these cars there are serious money dude you know fifty sixty grand is a lot of money for people and if they're serious problems of the fifty six grand you know that type of car yeah i'm gonna say it this unacceptable of you found serious problems in sixty thousand dollar car easily what the volvos ahead the xc sixty whatever the hell it is the t eight frigging e all wheel drive a high hybrid one everything yeah you know rear wheel drive electronics without a drive shaft if things honestly it was not right that should not be released to the public it's a beta card and i just i said it nicely and i told the the i told dr shop and you know they're they're like volvos probably not gonna wanna hear it you know whatever but it's true and if you're not saying this stuff how are the manufacturers gonna know and how the people going to no i'm not saying don't buy but go drive and see if it drives you crazy why did it do it just drove weird there times where the transmission with it's like almost slips there's a disconnect between the front and the rear where it alike you'll feel the rear kickin and then it turns off and it's like understeer wheelspin in the front weird stuff that you wouldn't expect the programming was off and then i find out that a lot of these vehicles were in for multiple check engine lights which i had multiple drive train faults like all this stuff then they are reprogrammed different different ec reflash is like a lot of it so they were trying to figure it out but you know you're still getting an oppressive lead so yeah weird i don't know i well i say weird meanwhile i was just in europe for our trip to show the nurburgring video and we rented an xt ninety because there was three dudes all well over six feet and i was like what is the most comfortable thing we can rent and it was comfortable and all that he trove weird is how just just weird like strange steering strange breaks like weasley and it was weird yeah no it's like safe and all that and it was like nut quote nice but it just i didn't like how trove all trump really twin charge one now this one was the t five okay it was a not an appropriate engine for four thousand pounds in i mean it wasn't like horrible actually all right so i don't wanna shit in an undue fashion i went down the unlimited sections of the autobahn at one hundred seventy five kilometers an hour without any trouble whatsoever so there's that okay so i was like a sustained that's like what one hundred fifteen hundred twenty so that hundred fifteen give or take no problem there but for heavy car we as we talk about earlier a high strung five cylinder twin chart turbocharged twin charge what it is i think it might have just been turbocharged was is not a like a refined engine for a big luxury vehicle v8 that doesn't have to work very hard is you know what i mean yeah and it is at that we talked about this went on the road we saw volvo and i'm like you know i don't care what they do to it to the interior exterior you have four cylinder with you know they take this generic fourcylinder and throw on a supercharge turbocharger hybridization it just doesn't it's just doesn't replace v six or v eight anna luxury car and i just can't get over it especially when you start looking at that price point it seems like it's like built to go okay the for the london tax and for this tax into avoid this all those things whereas like in real world conditions you know.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"You right they won much look seriously struggled with that because i haven't tasted a good chilean one so we'll get back to steph chat wine find out why what chile and peru don't see eye to on a drink court pisgat then we'll be back i've a big fan of chilean wine so i think that what the hardest to get the good stuff out of the country and people to see how tasty it capable the good stuff in chile well defining it says lauded i don't think the chilean general population actually know that much about wine but it it feels like yeah you can get some really really good wine here so i don't know like five six dollars and really good quality and if he comes visit the vineyards as well like well tempered piss guy was basically made you talk of brownie that they make from great and it's quite an interesting an interesting drink because of the very controversial discussion let's put it between peru sheila's to who actually had the pits go on i think most of the time in going favor of peru but cheating houses turn plays could go anki when they do make peace go to this day and if you go and visit this really great it'll be cheek that will be piscotty yes and you can go you can go and get taken them out of the facility did you can go and tracks and piss go on it's very strong so we capital on one of my favorite says tycoon the teacher which is basically i think it's the oldest still functioning go to center in today on it's in a really beautiful old colonial how the the piece goes really really good quality definitely was let's put his argument therese at the end of the episode fill you up for a quick tyson between you and i and a few others real on nick down to the bone shop and i've got a bundle of chilean once i yeah i'm not from tyson just a reminder on record may not a fan you of had some good ones welcome milly mcgraw back to the studio last time we chatted it to you it was about new zealand and you had a shocking code are you willing to check today oh yes i certainly wouldn't you believe just spent three months in south america a have have was it yeah it was it was awesome absolutely unreal but i'd probably say the highlight was tarso pon in patagonia so that was the five day one hundred kilometer trick around the w circuit yeah so we started the track i think the lost i've april which is just about officially winter in terms no upon so it's cool to w second because a bird's eye view of the park you can you actually have to backtrack a few times obviously as a w so you started twice code pine guerande then you woke up to glacier great then you come back the next day and you walk up to the middle of the w which is the francis valley and then you start walking back down the other side of the w until you get to the base of the towers so this is three really famous granite pillars that are the they sit at the base of the lake and they're really beautiful and all the photos of tars upon that you say will be tiny person big landscape but these big pillars seeing them yes the funny part is that part of the w track is really difficult if there's been a lot of snow and ice and we ended up doing this whole i think it was like seventy five kilometers of the w track and on the last day we were supposed to go up to see the i think they call it less taurus and when we got about one hundred mehta's shy of the summit it was just completely hard packed snow so icy you'd i took one step and a want to slip daiva so i just went not not worth it really it was that bad case did you get to see them did you see them by hundred meters it was so that was his trial we actually saw three other people going out there though probably moving a millimeter a second slipping and sliding everywhere and it's quite a treacherous drop off the side no helicopter evacuation up here so so you just to piss weight to carry.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Meeting so obviously that really got under his skin the president's skin and he was gonna let everybody know that they were supposed to be there and then they they didn't show up but again the big story of all is north korea saying the test of the new icbm was success in the can reach all of the us mainland so the trajectory puts actually d c in range the conversation can't really be tape old they do this for the first time since september it reach now to to to four thousand four hundred seventy five kilometers look it up if you don't know what it is and it wasn't good you know they immediately released the information and they've conducted of course dozens of ballistic missile test under kim jong guys in defiance of international sanctions and the president our president has vowed not to let north korea to develop nuclear missiles that can smash into the heat hide states i have family on the east coast some via fifthly at least coast at wanted to hit anywhere in the united states any missile to reach anywhere close to the united states so in in in the statement north korea described itself as a responsible nuclear power but they warned is true tj weapons were developed defended sovereignty and territorial integrity from the us imperialists nuclear blackmail policy a nuclear threat that's what they said that the fictionally will split the word that came out of north korea so there you have it the successful launch and saying that a can reach the mainland is a very very from say it again harry very big deal the what's the reaction going to be we'll see what the un does is they have their special meeting and we don't lau lee we just know that there has been conversation that some things could you know something could change meanwhile while all of is going on despite north korea the dow posted its biggest gain in three months on the tax overhaul optimism so number it's all the shaky rotten news than the positive news that makes the craps table that is the to the stock market role in the right direction so it is a sign that with this tax rate increase that it would be really really huge for i mean that it's really really huge for the market today you can see they were celebrating behind me and and.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"So they decided not to show up they've been all talk and no action he's talking about chuck schumer nancy pelosi analyses now it's not even talk so they're not even showing up to the meeting so obviously that really got under his skin the president's skin and he was gonna let everybody know that they were supposed to be there and then they they didn't show up but again the big story of all is north korea saying the test of the new icbm was success in the can reach all of the us mainland to the trajectory puts actually d c in range the conversation can't really be tabled they do this for the first time in september it reach nail tatooed of four thousand four hundred seventy five kilometers look it up if you don't know what it is and it wasn't good you know they immediately released the information and they've conducted of course dozens of ballistic missile test under kim jong guys in defiance of international sanctions and the president our president has vowed not to let north korea to develop nuclear missiles that can smash into the united states i have family on the east coast some heavy efficiently at least coast i wanted to hit anywhere in the united states any missile to reach anywhere close to the united states so in uh in in the statement north korea described itself as a responsible nuclear power but they warned is true tj weapons were developed to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity from the us imperialists nuclear blackmail policy a nuclear threat that's what they said that the fish oil will split the word that came out of north korea so there you have it the successful launch and saying that it can reach the mainland is a very very from say it again harry very big deal so what's the reaction going to be we'll see what the un does is they have their special meeting and we don't lau we we just know that there has been conversation that some things could be seen as something could change meanwhile while all of that's going on despite north korea.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Let everybody know that they were supposed to be there and then they they didn't show up but again the big story of all is north korea saying the test of the new icbm with success in that can reach all of the us mainland so the trajectory puts actually d c in range the conversation can't really be tabled so they will they do this for the first time since september it reach nail tutut of four thousand four hundred seventy five kilometers look it up if you don't know what it is and it wasn't good you know they immediately released the information and they've conducted of course dozens of ballistic missile test under kim jong skies in defiance of international sanctions and the president our president has vowed not to let north korea to develop nuclear missiles that can smash into the united states i have family on the east coast some family at i don't at wanted to hit anywhere in the united states any missile to reach anywhere close to the united states so in uh in in the statement north korea described itself as a responsible nuclear power but they warned its strategic weapons were developed to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity from the us imperialist nuclear blackmail policy a nuclear threat that's what they said that's the fishery will split the word that came out of north korea so there you have it um the successful launch and saying that a can reach the mainland is a very very let me say it again harry very big deal so what's the reaction going to be we'll see what the.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Let everybody know that they were supposed to be there and then they they didn't show up but again the big story of all is north korea saying the test of the new icbm was success in the can reach all of the us mainland so the trajectory puts actually d c in range the conversation can't really be tabled they do this for the first time since september it reach now tutut of four thousand four hundred seventy five kilometers look it up if you don't know what it is and it was in good they immediately released the information and they've conducted of course dozens of ballistic missile test under kim giang skies in defiance of international sanctions and the president our president has vowed not to let north korea to develop nuclear missiles that can smash into the united states i have family on the east coast some the view of italy in the east coast and we wanted to hit anywhere in the united states any missile to reach anywhere close to the united states so in in in the statement north korea described itself as a responsible nuclear power but they warned is strategic weapons were developed to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity from the us imperialist nuclear blackmail policy a nuclear threat that's what they said that's the fishery will split the word that came out of north korea so there you have it um the successful launch and saying that it can reach the mainland is a very very i'm say it again harry very big deal so what's the reaction going to be we'll see what the un does is they have their special meeting and we don't now we you know we just know that there has been conversation that some things could be seen as something could change meanwhile while all that's going on despite north korea the.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

WGSO 990AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

"Trajectory puts actually d c in range the conversation can't really be tabled they do this for the first time since september it reach now tutut of four thousand four hundred seventy five kilometers look it up if you don't know what it is and it wasn't good they immediately released the information and they've conducted of course dozens of ballistic missile test under kim jong wound skies in defiance of international sanctions and the president our president has vowed not to let north korea to develop nuclear missiles that can smash into the united states i have family on the east coast some of your family at least coast i don't want it to hit anywhere in the united states any missile to reach anywhere close to the united states so in in in the statement north korea described itself as a responsible nuclear power but they warned its strategic weapons were developed to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity from the us imperialist nuclear blackmail policy and nuclear threat that's what they said that's officially will split the word that came out of north korea so there you have it um the successful launch and saying that a can reach the mainland is a very very i'm say it again harry very big deal so what's the reaction gonna be we'll see what the un does is they have their special meeting and we don't now we you know we just know that there has been conversation that some things could you know something could change meanwhile while all of that is going on despite north korea.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Let everybody know that they were supposed to be there and then they they didn't show up but again the big story of all is north korea saying the test of the new icu abdullah success in it can reach all of the us mainland so the trajectory puts actually d c in range the conversation can't really be tabled so they they do this for the first time since september it reached in altitude of four thousand four hundred seventy five kilometers look it up if you don't know what it is and it wasn't good they immediately released the information and they've conducted of course dozens of ballistic missile test under kim jong skies in defiance of international and the president our president has vowed not to let north korea develop nuclear missiles that can smell united states on the east coast some the view of hitler in these coast i don't want it to hit anywhere in the united states any missile to reach anywhere close to the united states so in uh in in the statement north korea described itself as a responsible nuclear power but they warned its strategic weapons were developed to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity from the us imperialist nuclear blackmail policy and nuclear threat that's what they said that's a deficiently will split the word that came out of north korea so there you have it um the successful launch and saying that a can reach the mainland is a very very worthy let me say it again harry very big deal so what's the reaction going to be we'll see what the un does is they have their special meeting and we don't now we you know we just know that there has been conversation that some things could you know something could change meanwhile while all of that going on despite north korea the dow posted its biggest gain in three months on the tax overhaul optimism so ember it's obvious ski rotten news than the positive news that makes the the craps table that is that the stock market rolled in the right direction so it is a sign that with this tax rate increase that it.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Let everybody know that they were supposed to be there and then they they didn't show up but again the big story of all is north korea saying the test of the new icbm was success in it can reach all of the us mainland so the trajectory puts actually dc in range the conversation can't really be tabled so they will they do this for the first time since timber um did reach now tutut of four thousand four hundred seventy five kilometers look it up if you don't know what it is and uh it wasn't good they immediately released the information and they've conducted of course dozens of ballistic missile test under kim jong skies in defiance of international sanctions and the president our president has vowed not to let north korea develop nuclear missiles that can smash into the united states i have family on the east coast some of your family in these coast i don't want it to hit anywhere in the united states any missile to reach anywhere close to the united states so in uh in in the statement north korea described itself as a responsible clear power but they warned is strategic weapons were developed to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity from the us imperialist nuclear blackmail policy and nuclear threats what they said that's the officially will split the word that came out of north korea so there you have it um the successful launch and saying that he can reach the mainland is a very very let me say it again harry very big deal so what's the reaction going to be we'll see what the un does is they have their special meeting and we don't now we you know we just know that there has been conversation that something could you know something could change meanwhile while all that's going on despite north korea the dow posted its biggest in three months on.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hundred tremors for mount agreeing on monday many forming communities on bali or near volcanoes because the surrounding soil is made fertile by lava flow news these people who've the move to a temporary aid center don't know when they could return home cya about my son missing mobley salah conquer and yet it'll mile on board spending days and days here at home michael work i have my carriers and chickens to take care of it hurts that my home has been abandoned manuel now lettuce asahi hullah plus 11 gianetti it'll be tough if my houses destroyed and not have to rebuild it the be the hardest part volcano is seventy five kilometers from the popular tourist resort of kuta is concerned that if there's an eruption ask cloud will disrupt flights are corresponded how griffin is within the evacuation area and gave me the latest poland seventy five thousand people have been evacuated most of them take another exclusion zone surrounding mount are good now it's a nervous waiting game i guess no one really knows whether it could be how was days may be even weeks before and jason eruption actually happens the patient a the tremors hundreds recorded every day apple the seismologists suggestion eruption is imminent however that would imminent has been used for a couple of days now and there is a concern about complacency and also about resources being stretched the indonesian government said there is enough money and supplies on the way getting clean water and jim is necessary for people who've been moved from their homes of she priority and other those who aren't heating the calls to evacuate so we're aware of some people who have been holding out a couple of villages around the volcano it is a spiritual site in bali in which hold that they will be some of those villages awaiting fresh virtual sign that are also those who came out the exclusion zone who should back in each reported most of them traumas concerned about their livestock and but their animals as other governments actually had to take the step of evacuating some two hasn't cash we understand from the tops of the mountains primarily to deter people from going back into that indonesia and the president's been there yes he visited one of the four hundred also evacuation centers there are some who remember the last time montegrin erupted.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The market opened drake its goal was the key stock in the last trading day that sean on fire after the chairman resigned we also just had p m i data forge forged by showing an index unchanged at fifty six point three from july with the new work falling versus the prime on all right let's take annoyed that that right now the verse before that line is that the us military has begun a relief fashion for areas hit by hurricane arum us sending tarps food water and medical supplies starmer meant that category two with winds of up to two hundred seventy five kilometers an hour two landfalls on florida's west coast driving a wall of water and wind that summer urged hearts of miami and has the tampa bay area readying for abdullah's forecasters expect of damage bell in the tens of billions of dollars north korea has warned of retaliation against the us at the un of fruits harsher sanctions over its latest nuclear tests washington wants of boat on monday i measures including a ban on oil and parts north korea celebrated the anniversary of its founding on saturday without testing msl as south korea had expected and said kim jongun reportedly how the banquet for nuclear scientists and technicians and president zuma may soon rush reshuffle his cabinet for the second time this year according to south africa and the pattern online news group which cites an unidentified anc member former african union chairperson cousins on ads i mean is there a la could replace the trade and industry or energy minister that minis and exwife of jacob zuma is seen as the president preferred choice to succeed him as an leader in december and former white house strategist steven bannon while speak at an event in hong kong on.

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"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five kilometers" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The storm has already battered caribbean islands on the florida keys waymo about that in a moment after a hit land it couldn't but still headwinds one hundred seventy five kilometers an hour and was expected to remain harken at least until monday morning at the news conference the florida governor rick scott had this warning this is a lifethreatening situation remember in south was florida the storm surge comes after the strongest winds do not think the storm is over when the wind slows down local officials will let you know when it's safe to go out the storm search will russian anc could kill you the governor said no expense would be sped to save lives and this was the message from the us vice president mike pence people of the car stage you've no we're with you president has directed the full resources the federal government it is a storm of historic an epic proportions and the efforts of of every level of our federal government are here to stand alongside the state and local officials in the lifesaving mission and very soon in the recovery mission and very soon in rebuilding mission the southern city of miami was not directly hit but the damage that is still huge our correspondent bob replant 'spect to james menendez we're still being battered by pretty heavy win james around ninety miles per hour was the one hundred forty five kilometres an hour in faces and the water at the wind is pushing the sea water up into the streets for example the financial district has been flooded across the road from where we're staying there there's a lake and the water there has been surging past the shoreline and it still rising so i think we'll get more news about the flooding uh later on in the day where where things stand with that have a couple of cranes had collapsed in downtown miami as well and a lot of people without power around the area given the strong winds.

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