23 Burst results for "Sixty Meter"

"sixty meter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:33 min | 5 months ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On the hardware in the U. production because we all we always use the old one that's the sound of the message being played out here over a loud speaker attached to address as it holds above an elderly lady in the streets today and in Sichuan province in China ready at this yet it's telling her to go back home to rest and you would be surprised to hear that she does exactly that at quite a pace on the drone Felicity throughout the short walk back to her front door well the different from that using a drone to capture group facial at a wedding dreams of also been deployed in other countries too you may need to help police social distancing rules this is captain Francesco also he's a drone pilot for the Italian police Jeffrey Dahmer on the on mother could you could either do an act that you consent and then attempting to these women lying on the new technology the drug which gives us a privileged point of view we're able to monitor a much wider area which we can identify targets of particular interest we can also see if people are gathering you can check license plates and then you send patrols onto the ground to carry out the checks what are doing yeah Alitalia for drugs which is a system similar to a helicopter is that it can intervene much faster on the field of operations on the face of it this sounds quite shocking but you won actually in China there are cameras everywhere already I think trying to use that to is it about people just getting used to another way of being surveyed so you can think of drones is like possible surveillance cameras because that's effectively how they've been used in China and in that sense it's not really much of a difference on the high levels of students we have for example in Beijing are in London which is where I lived before coming to Beijing and you can see that police have been using them for basic functions that would try and take the place of human labor for example telling people to go home like after the streets and stop gathering in in public and that is not so much a changing the kind of functions of the please consult but merely extending them when they're on humans you can go out into the street who's willing to go out to the streets so this is another level of if you like or summation to the response to this crisis as usual as usual if there is another front coming up in which biometric trains are being used I think they've been trialed impulse the US which can most measured body temperature breathing heart rates up from up to sixty meters away is this something that people really don't appreciate what they're giving away the extent to which we are now being watched and can be watched from above and all around you know regular it's really important here and I wonder what you on thinks about this but we've really got a contrast to a certain extent the Chinese case to other situations were talking about in societies that are democracies because right now what the drone situation you know work we see it in China and then there are law enforcement authorities I know this is been happening in knighted states thank you know cells you know what a convenient idea will do some of that too now the difference in these two situations is that in our democracies we still have the opportunity to do the work to create the new institutional forms the laws the regulatory paradigms that constrain this kind of development of surveillance you know speaking from the US point of view the United States constitution and the bill of rights were written as a foil to law enforcement so the idea that our authorities can and run those basic rights with technologies that allow everything to be transparent and this totalizing information for law enforcement is in direct assault on our most fundamental values but we haven't yet created the body of laws and the new kinds of institutions to protect us from this but we even waking up to the knee we are we are waking up we are waking up because guess what how many people around the world her waking up to this conversation people everywhere are discussing this and the reason is twenty years ago when the tech companies got their leg up from the war on terror and the United States government the UK government's other governments decided to give these fledgling little companies a free pass to develop their new budding surveillance capabilities their data collection capabilities their analysis capabilities because ultimately they would be useful to intelligence agencies who were themselves constrained by laws and constitutions and charters of rights now twenty years later these are not fledgling companies run by young geniuses who we expect to heroically lead us into the future these are information empires they are absolutists tyrannies they operate out side of law we have no democratic control over these companies how much information they collect and how they use it I want to explore that more because we're gonna need to.

China theme park draws outrage with "pig bungee jump"

Eddie and Rocky

01:39 min | 8 months ago

China theme park draws outrage with "pig bungee jump"

"About this there's outrage online okay this is after a Chinese theme park basin the kind of show off their new like bungee jumping attraction which sixty meters high they decide to be a good idea to should strap in a pig to the end of the bungee cord and just push it off a ledge right and of course everyone lost her mind it is the were were people care more Ryan was they do about human beings Sir again I was losing her mind online and now there's no like animal rights laws in China not only not like I was just mainly like triggered washers that are all set here but to make matters even worse it was then discovered add that after this pig had to do the bungee jump that we assume it did not want to voluntarily it was immediately sent to the slaughterhouse so let's give the give the little well over here a little bit of fun here sure exhilaration before he goes off to the you know the old the mud house law passed in the sky or if you're a big your thing and I just want to die he brought me over the thing you know you're going to take me kill me just kill me now hi I just like what would I mean people think anymore like a you have to know understand the world we live in in like online you know in the viral were we live on people go crazier at stuff so anyway again animal cruelty is not punishable it's not a punishable all in China however there's been a growing awareness of welfare issues in the recent

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"sixty meter" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"White kids well I love one person the class it was a yeah yeah because there's not one person that you and the audience in general was receptive of it because I how many how many people were in the room it was a small room is actually at plumbers union that the event was held I'd say they're about a hundred forty people there all the plumbers crack is all right sure OK including media yeah how many forty people what's the breakdown between actual people and media just they're covering it they're probably sixty sixty meter there six the media out of a hundred and forty people at the event while that's incredible next story was not everywhere I mean it was picked up by the blaze I know fox news might have picked it up but it wasn't widely reported that he messed up like that not not at all I think if someone from fox news hadn't been there it would not have gotten reported at all because it's sort of slowly trickled into a story and where would have been a firestorm they would have been reporting live yes probably would have gone to live with that for sure we're joining him already in progress where he just said this that's what they would have done but they didn't do it here what is so you said the crowd didn't have a problem with that no no it and he he adjusted to it pretty quickly yeah yes he realized he realized the data he was very aware of what he just said and what was your what you give me because you don't get to see eleven candidates is twenty twenty six five twenty six in the field now like so almost half the candidates in four days saw movement many of the multiple times we get this impression when more watching you know a debate of what these candidates are like what are they like in the room who works the room really well Connell Harris that's the one I walked away with the most soccer five times and part because she just like also grateful J. hostels yeah yeah yeah.

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What Would Happen if an Asteroid Hit New York City?

SPACE NEWS POD

05:06 min | 1 year ago

What Would Happen if an Asteroid Hit New York City?

"Recently, a planetary defense exercise, NASA and its partners have come up with a scenario where New York City gets destroyed by an asteroid, and this asteroid is a about a thousand feet in diameter in. It's been cited in given a one percent chance of hitting the earth, April twenty ninth of twenty twenty seven so this conference. The NASA was at the bunch of people from different countries different organizations and things like that that were coming up coming up with ideas of what could happen to the actual asteroid. How could we deflect it in what we can do to prepare the people on the ground for the best case scenario if this asteroid were to. Hit the planet. The conference saw about two hundred NASA staff, astronomers emergency response specialists, and they have new information they make decisions and the receive further updates from the organizers of the game spread pretty much game. They're planning to figure out what would happen, and they. Talked to engineers they talked to scientists, and how this stuff can affect humanity in this particular simulation. The chance of this asteroid hitting the earth was only ten percent at the beginning. And then it raised up to a hundred percent in the major space powers of the United States Europe. Russia China Japan decided to build six Connecticut impact, there's which approves designed to hit the asteroid changes trajectory altogether in it took them time to build these impact ours, and they had to wait for the right lodge window to make sure that the rocket carrying them would be able to get to them properly. And then they figured out that they could impact this asteroid in August of twenty twenty four I'm going to tell you all about if these impact is actually hit the asteroid in this plan right after this. Hi, everyone. I would let you know about inker dot FM. That's where I hope. By podcast in. I find that. It's the easiest place to do that. And it gives you everything that you need in one place for free, which you can start podcasting from your phone or from your computer. You don't need special crazy equipment to start doing it. You can talk into your phone, you'll need editing equipment that costs thousands of dollars to start a podcast. You can do it from anywhere in when you're done. Recording your episode anchored at FM will distribute it so it can be hard everywhere on Spotify, apple podcast, Google podcasts, Stitcher, every place podcasts can be heard, and you can make money with your podcast. It's pretty simple. There's no minimum listenership to start making money with anchor. So if you wanna make a little bit of money while having a cool podcast while download the crap or go to anchor dot F M to get started. Now, these impacts have been sent out into space to collide. With an asteroid and knock it off course. So it doesn't destroy the earth in three of them manage to hit the asteroid. The main body was deflected, but a chunk broke off it continued on its deadly path towards earth in its path. It led it to the eastern United States more, particularly the New York City region. And in this demonstration, Washington DC, the political powers that be decided that they wanted to send the nuclear bomb to deflect the sixty meter space rock, which would destroy it would bounce it off course possibly, and they didn't get the political backing for it. People didn't want nuclear weapons going into space. So that idea didn't work, and then the only had six months left. So what are you do in six months? It's you don't have enough time to do anything else. You can't deflect the asteroid in six months. Well, they had to prepare for impact. Basically, New York state New York City was going to be decimated by this asteroid in before it hit the earth. It was going forty three thousand miles per hour. Ended exploded nine point three miles over central park in New York City, the energy of the blast was a thousand times bigger than the nuclear bomb that was dropped on here. Shema in it would destroy everything within a fifteen kilometers. Now, that's unsurvivable. If you're in that radius, you're gonna die everything in that area is going to be destroyed Manhattan would be completely

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"sixty meter" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Well, I I'm not sure if I'm completely on board with that. But I'm telling you what I have found. I've found that. At thirteen fourteen and fifteen some guys are men and other guys are still kids start the twelve. Yeah. And when one guy sort of becomes a man a year and a half before the other guys on the field, do and those other guys feel that trying to stop him. It's hard wiz whole point of the Joe Rogan was making about transgenders competing fights. It's it's the same phenomenon. Just the testes creating the SaaS room for the fourteen year old. And now they're on fair advantage, the part that's funny to me is that the the women's movement doesn't say Jack squat about this. And they're the ones that are getting punched in the face or beaten a foot race, or whatever it is. Like you guys. It's it's a such a weird time. We're in right now where traditionally the folks that were sort of pro famine. Would be piping up a little more about this subject. But they don't wanna say squat to perfect example no-one wanting to be called the hater, whatever. Yes. Gary have you guys seen the news today? There's currently a debate. And we're recording a few weeks in advance. So this may not be current to listener. But there's currently debate where they're trying to make it a national law that would outlaw discrimination on the basis of sexual identification. So that would basically give a federal cover to any transgender athlete to conform compete in the sport of their choosing. And it would be federally legal star. Well, you can look it up. And I don't know if it's the state of Virginia or whatever, but the the world record are the high school state record or whatever it is in the sixty yard sixty meter whatever the hundred meters held by two people who started off biologically males became females. And now they both hold the records. So if you're sorta pro woman, you should be thinking about them. But you should also be thinking about the other eight chicks and the other lanes just got smoked you gotta remember the thank you. You're right. And if you're at hearing to these the currently available wisdom around gender is it doesn't exist gender strictly construct gender. If you really following that logic all the way out there's no such thing as gender, Adam. And there's no such thing as gender. There's also such thing as gay and no such thing as heterosexual. Oh when I hold on. Oh, slowdown old. But I'm all right with no such thing as gang with the gay lesbian. Activists have begun to go. Oh, wait a minute. Here's a little bit of a pushback because if you if there's no gender there can be no gay. Have to men because there's no such thing as male, right and then biological sex. Doesn't mean anything. Yeah. It's all identify gender, and it's all construct. It's all doesn't exist. Yeah. So you can't be gay. You can't be no such thing. It's just to humans. Gotta stop me from trying. I know you've always been trying. Yeah. So. Yeah. Look, I think I don't know. Let's see if we can unpack this, drew. Here's my feeling about everything everything everything. Wow. If you want to transition into a woman or man, I told you I've been wanting to for quite some time. And then he went to enter chess competitions than I don't care by the big transgender article.

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"sixty meter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hello and welcome to weld hacks from the BBC World Service. I'm Pablo Casals. And this is the program that brings you stories at the people trying to solve some of the biggest problems facing the world this week. We're going large extra large supersized even tackling. Some of the biggest baddest deities machines on earth wants it fought out for noises like this. But also belt. Quantities of noxious fumes from there. Nick, Holland is here as he's been going into the belly of the beast. There is the shipping industry. Yeah. We're talking about tankers ferries cargo and container ships and clever ways to curb their thirst for fuel. Now, some of these vessels. They are mind bending Lee big sore couple of the other day and the port of Felixstowe on the east coast of England cap. They were four hundred meters long sixty meters wide each of them. Wait a couple of hundred thousand tons. Wow. Okay. We're talking about massive feats of engineering. Yeah. They're on a complete epic scale, and they currently play a really vital role in the world's economy ninety percent of global trade. That's the food that we eat all the goods that we buy the toys the trainers that kitchen appliances, whatever it is even the field that we he our homes with almost all of it is distributed around the world on ships. Like, these the problem is. As they need. John engines to propel them around the world and some of them the size of four storey houses, and they pump out lots of exhaust emissions. My name's Gavin on the secretary general of the international wind ships association. Most people don't appreciate don't understand the level of impact that shipping has on the environment and on air quality. If you like, and why is that? Well, one one of the reasons is it's pretty much hidden unless you live in a port city, you wouldn't necessarily see ships and really our only interaction with ships of when we're on a ferry if you're lucky enough to go on a cruise, but the cargo movement industry is quite invisible. Okay. So let's make it a bit more visible annually. The industry pumps out about a billion tons of CO two emissions every year. And that's the same amount as Germany, which is the fourth largest economy in the world. So it's a lot. But whereas making the point here the emissions would be far higher. If all these goods were flown around the world by plane. Absolutely. And ships are currently the most efficient option that we have for getting these this stuff around, but the engines do run on a particularly dirty type of fuel. It's called heavy fuel. Oil heavy fuel oil is the kind of sludge left in the bottom of the barrel. When all the nice diesel and petrol and lubricants has been taken it's heavily sulphurous. It's the bottom end of fittest elation protest. Yeah. And frankly, it's toxic. It's toxic waste. Okay. So these emissions are not only huge in quantity. But that also packed with carbon soot, and so far, it's bad stuff. But there are people trying to help ships go by their business crisscrossed the globe. But burn less fuel in the process. I'm that's where our first possible solution comes in. Why is that? So the best way to explain it is. If we all go on an imaginary, scuba dive. Okay. This is.

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NASA's InSight probe successfully lands on Mars and deploys solar panels

60-Second Science

02:52 min | 1 year ago

NASA's InSight probe successfully lands on Mars and deploys solar panels

"As the spacecraft landed on the planet after a voyage of six months and three hundred million miles. It'll be sending a probe some five meters below the Martian surface to measure heat flow and listen for tremors. Most of the talking is by Christine's ally of Nasr's Jet Propulsion Laboratory travelling at one thousand meters per second. Insight about four hundred meters per second. It will deploy it's twelve meter diameter. Supersonic parachute. Parachute. Parachutes deploy nominally at about mach. One point seven thirty. One seconds pass round. Patients are serving signals consistent with parachute. Deploy. Trees shows parachute deployment radar powered on. Did you separation commanded twenty two seconds pass? We have radar activation. Where the radar is beginning to search for the ground once the radar locked on the ground and inside is about one kilometer of the surface. The Lander will separate from the back show and begin terminal descent using twelve descent engines, twenty seven seconds pass altitude convergence the radar has locked on the ground. Yes. Danny by the Lander separation. Lander separation commanded altitude six hundred meters. Gravity turn out four hundred meters. Three hundred meters. Two hundred meters. Eighty meters. Sixty meters. Fifty meters constant Rossi thirty seven meters thirty meters twenty meters. Seventeen meters standing by for touchdown. We'll be until about eight PM eastern time today that NASA knows if inside solar panels are out and working correctly. They needed to literally wait for the dust to settle from the landing before deploying the panels catch down confirm. Scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky.

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Mars Mission Makes Clean Landing

60-Second Science

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Mars Mission Makes Clean Landing

"This is Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky passed through peak. Deceleration telemetry shows the spacecraft saw about eight G L, and Markle Bravo and Iraq radio science reports carrier detected. Inside is now traveling at velocity of two thousand meters per second control room of the NASA insight Mars mission earlier today as the spacecraft landed on the planet after a voyage of six months and three hundred million miles. It'll be sending a probe some five meters below the Martian surface to measure heat flow and listen for tremors. Most of the talking is by Christine's ally of Nasr's Jet Propulsion Laboratory travelling at one thousand meters per second. Insight about four hundred meters per second. It will deploy it's twelve meter diameter. Supersonic parachute. Parachute. Parachutes deploy nominally at about mach. One point seven thirty. One seconds pass round. Patients are serving signals consistent with parachute. Deploy. Trees shows parachute deployment radar powered on. Did you separation commanded twenty two seconds pass? We have radar activation. Where the radar is beginning to search for the ground once the radar locked on the ground and inside is about one kilometer of the surface. The Lander will separate from the back show and begin terminal descent using twelve descent engines, twenty seven seconds pass altitude convergence the radar has locked on the ground. Yes. Danny by the Lander separation. Lander separation commanded altitude six hundred meters. Gravity turn out four hundred meters. Three hundred meters. Two hundred meters. Eighty meters. Sixty meters. Fifty meters constant Rossi thirty seven meters thirty meters twenty meters. Seventeen meters standing by for touchdown. We'll be until about eight PM eastern time today that NASA knows if inside solar panels are out and working correctly. They needed to literally wait for the dust to settle from the landing before deploying the panels catch down confirm. Scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky.

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"sixty meter" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Family. Hey, everybody's gonna have to show up to work for my friends and family also so far you own target field mall of America. Also, he gets to eat for free America because he is. I own it. Okay. To culverts for four million dollars. The apple is one in Saint Paul. That's brilliant. He's purchased Zaka fron for an undetermined on time. It's roughly about a year's worth of appearances go for a million dollars a house on lake vials six million dollars. He currently has eighty six million dollars left and five minutes. Okay. Hey. Four minutes to spend six million dollar stadium, the world's largest mall. Culver who don't you? Yeah. Actor irrelevant to me actor lake of the isles house. Okay. So I. Do you think about whoever has this money? Those things we sale. Thanks. I know don't send us details. Oh, we don't need to be confused by the fact, you know, facts area, right? One more thing that I want to buy I think it's gonna round us out. What am I left with eighty six million? Okay. Eighty-six can get almost there. How about eighty five point six million? Okay. Eighty five points, there's taxes titles and. Okay. It's a two hundred and sixty meter twenty six hundred passenger one thousand twenty six cabin built in one thousand nine hundred ninety refurbished in two thousand thirteen location USA cruise..

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"sixty meter" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

Jenna & Julien Podcast

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

"They don't need endurance. No, no, you if you're going to go to soccer practice and getting dirty, but like for p. e. run the fuck and hundred meter dash k I could've had such a sixty meter dash time, and I would have been scouted and drafted immediately if I had been practising this. But what's the gym teacher gonna do to kill like ten minutes, twenty minutes while they wait for that one little asshole kid to be like, I'm not doing this. I'm gonna walk the mile so many people who were that kid in middle school, and I was never the kid, but I with the people who did that. We're like, I'm not running doing and I'm not changing. Jim gears note from my doctor or my mom says, I'm unfit to run the mile today, so eat it p teacher identify with that person. I was never that person, but I get it. Yeah, so much. Okay. The amount of people who did that would have been shopping. Half if it was one hundred meter dash, not two mile because only gonna run is one stretch the track and you're done. But like I feel like you're gym. Your dim teacher was trying to kill time or like they had nothing to do that day. They're like, all right kids running a mile today, hundred percents is that the whole time you walked to the track that everybody outside get them all stretch, and especially the kids who who walked that shit, fifteen minutes twenty minutes and they're like, okay, that's my mind. Cause you finish yours and six minutes. So then you sit there on the track for fifteen minutes unless you're thing. 'cause waiting for every house off, I was trying to do my best to the mile. This matters were doing this. I have to do well at it. I run it in six minutes and then I'm like huffing and puffing, breathing Chouan. And then all these people are walking their way pacifist line. And I'm like, okay, if that person got an a. and I got an with the fuck that I spend my energy on. I don't disagree with you that we, it does seem a little unbalance that you have. Kids run a mile, but you don't have them work on their sprints at all. You know, you do that. We did the shuttle thing where you just you drop a little shuttles. The baton thing null shuttles was the shuttles. You just run back and forth between the two sides suicides yet. But we, we call them shuttle those little gnarly, those at least make you a better athlete, true. I don't think makes you a better athlete, unless you're you're sport is long distance running. The mile. Sorry, like the main source of my anxiety growing up is the mile. I was fine with the mile. I we didn't. I was as much as I wasn't finding that because I needed to be good at it. And so it causing Zion because I was like, I have to do well the miles tomorrow. It's okay. Don't even get me started going to start. Bye. One, so you can stop taking. All right. I have. Don't even get me started a, why does Pittsburgh put fries..

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"sixty meter" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on Liftoff

"Nine, a stork piece of land there in Florida. It's ready for the commercial program. So we all we can, at least when I think about this, I think about it from the the early space days where it's like, you know, just basically a metal walkway, the guys carrying their their hose down to their briefcases with oxygen, walking on his space across the the galley. This is a little bit nicer than that. If you'll get pictures of this, like it kind of looks like a fancy hotel somehow. It's with typical space x flare. Yeah, not not open air, you know, it's an enclosed walkway with apparently with air conditioning, but it is. It's their own thirty nine ready to go. Yeah. The idea I think of SpaceX is designed. Philosophy is basically, can we make it look cool and different? And that space x is bringing that extra coolness to it. And again, in the end, it's about how it works, but they definitely are are giving that a try. And it's also just a nice milestone like we talked about last time, the fact that we're going to have these commercial crews who are going to be doing test flights, and I should say as a little bit follow up, we said, we expressed unsure nece about whether the commercial crew test flights would go to international space station because I think I kind of -ssume that they wouldn't, but apparently that is the plan is that the test flights will go. When commercial cruise starts, the there will be a test flight for each of SpaceX and Boeing, and they are intended to go to the ISS for a short time. Not like they're not gonna, apparently hang out there and do long duration or anything like that. They're going to go and they're gonna dock, and they're going to see how that goes. And then they will come back to earth with their with their test flight. So that's apparently part of it too, and they will walk across. The space x one will walk across this this crew arm because you got to get from the tower to the space. Yeah, that's right. The arm is eighty five feet or twenty five meters long. It's installed on the fixed service structure, seventy feet or twenty one meters above the the arm for the shuttle, which was one hundred ninety five feet or sixty meter..

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"sixty meter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Taliban during the muslim religious festival of aid but heavy fighting resumed since then british newspaper says president trump has revealed part of a private conversation he had with queen elizabeth james landale has the story donald trump has already faced criticism for keeping the queen waiting before he arrived at windsor on friday and then briefly walking in front of her while inspecting the guard of honour now the us president journalists piers morgan that the queen was a fantastic woman and very special person he said she went through the whole list of us president she had met since harry truman and when they discuss britain leaving the eu mr trump claimed the queen said it was a very complex problem with mr morgan asked if the queen expressed an opinion on what she thinks about brexit mr trump realized his mistake saying you just don't talk about a conversation with the queen president trump is spending a final day in britain before flying to finland for his summit with leading putin on monday mr trump is facing continuing criticism at home for agreeing to a one to one meeting with the russian leader especially after twelve russian intelligence officers were indicted for meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election lease descent is in helsinki to countries who are actively at war in syria and ukraine and involved in a nuclear arms race are meeting for the first time formally here in helsinki on the baltic sea at a venue that has been used by american and russian presidents in the past there is so much on the agenda but there may be nothing on the agenda that for these two very powerful men men with a great sense of themselves and their place in the world the most important thing may be that they're meeting at all the twelve boys in their football coach who are trapped in a cave complex in northern thailand been told of the death of a diver during the operation to rescue them images released by the authorities show the boys gathering around a large piece of paper to draw a picture of the former navy the navy seal some on conan messages and thanks were added to the drawing to stink to the latest world news from the bbc iraqi police have fired in the air as hundreds of protesters tried to storm the main provincial government building in bouncer city on the seventh day of unrest over poor services in southern iraq police sources said several people were injured by water cannon and tear gas last night the authorities in baghdad imposed a curfew in basel city and across southern iraq while the prime minister announced that be releasing funds for water electricity and health services a woman who had been missing for a week on the coast to california has been rescued from the base of a cliff after having survived drinking water from the radiator of her partially submerged jeep and commanders swerved to avoid hitting an animal and plunged over sixty meter cliff police in the southern indian state of connecticut says software engineer has been beaten to death and two others injured by mob because of suspicions that they were child kidnappers it's the latest attack fueled by rumors being spread on social media in india about child abductions police said the deceased man was traveling with his friends in a car and one of them gave chocolates to children when they stopped for a break in padang district france and croatia meet in the final of football's world cup in moscow today with a population of four million croatia is the smallest nation in decades to go this far in the competition france the favorites are seeking a second title having won on home soil twenty years ago here's cowfield reports from paris a day after day celebrations the french will come together again late this afternoon in their millions to watch the final of the world cup here in paris the weather is superb bars and cafes to be packed and there'll be a giant fan did with nine hundred thousand people but if the eiffel tower the country has perhaps been slow to appreciate this young side but with victories in the knockout phase has come a real sense of excitement particularly around the teenage prodigy kilian mbappe eight in six world cups francis third final a remarkable record therapy from houston cowfield that's the bbc news how how many grigor hi this is a special program on the thailand cave rescue we all have ten days they no light pitch black no salutes food just catching.

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Donald Trump reveals what Queen Elizabeth said to him about Brexit

BBC World Service

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump reveals what Queen Elizabeth said to him about Brexit

"Taliban during the muslim religious festival of aid but heavy fighting resumed since then british newspaper says president trump has revealed part of a private conversation he had with queen elizabeth james landale has the story donald trump has already faced criticism for keeping the queen waiting before he arrived at windsor on friday and then briefly walking in front of her while inspecting the guard of honour now the us president journalists piers morgan that the queen was a fantastic woman and very special person he said she went through the whole list of us president she had met since harry truman and when they discuss britain leaving the eu mr trump claimed the queen said it was a very complex problem with mr morgan asked if the queen expressed an opinion on what she thinks about brexit mr trump realized his mistake saying you just don't talk about a conversation with the queen president trump is spending a final day in britain before flying to finland for his summit with leading putin on monday mr trump is facing continuing criticism at home for agreeing to a one to one meeting with the russian leader especially after twelve russian intelligence officers were indicted for meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election lease descent is in helsinki to countries who are actively at war in syria and ukraine and involved in a nuclear arms race are meeting for the first time formally here in helsinki on the baltic sea at a venue that has been used by american and russian presidents in the past there is so much on the agenda but there may be nothing on the agenda that for these two very powerful men men with a great sense of themselves and their place in the world the most important thing may be that they're meeting at all the twelve boys in their football coach who are trapped in a cave complex in northern thailand been told of the death of a diver during the operation to rescue them images released by the authorities show the boys gathering around a large piece of paper to draw a picture of the former navy the navy seal some on conan messages and thanks were added to the drawing to stink to the latest world news from the bbc iraqi police have fired in the air as hundreds of protesters tried to storm the main provincial government building in bouncer city on the seventh day of unrest over poor services in southern iraq police sources said several people were injured by water cannon and tear gas last night the authorities in baghdad imposed a curfew in basel city and across southern iraq while the prime minister announced that be releasing funds for water electricity and health services a woman who had been missing for a week on the coast to california has been rescued from the base of a cliff after having survived drinking water from the radiator of her partially submerged jeep and commanders swerved to avoid hitting an animal and plunged over sixty meter cliff police in the southern indian state of connecticut says software engineer has been beaten to death and two others injured by mob because of suspicions that they were child kidnappers it's the latest attack fueled by rumors being spread on social media in india about child abductions police said the deceased man was traveling with his friends in a car and one of them gave chocolates to children when they stopped for a break in padang district france and croatia meet in the final of football's world cup in moscow today with a population of four million croatia is the smallest nation in decades to go this far in the competition france the favorites are seeking a second title having won on home soil twenty years ago here's cowfield reports from paris a day after day celebrations the french will come together again late this afternoon in their millions to watch the final of the world cup here in paris the weather is superb bars and cafes to be packed and there'll be a giant fan did with nine hundred thousand people but if the eiffel tower the country has perhaps been slow to appreciate this young side but with victories in the knockout phase has come a real sense of excitement particularly around the teenage prodigy kilian mbappe eight in six world cups francis third final a remarkable record therapy from houston cowfield that's the bbc news how how many grigor hi this is a special program on the thailand cave rescue we all have ten days they no light pitch black no salutes food just catching.

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"sixty meter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In cities across nicaragua to demand the resignation of president daniel ortega hundreds more line the streets cheering and waving national flags as the cars and motorbikes drove by the opposition says many of them have come under attack by police and armed supporters of the government videos posted on social media show protest is coming under fire in the western city of granada please in chicago have clashed with protesters after an officer fatally shot a black man the demonstrators believe the incident was racially motivated a police spokesman said the man had exhibited characteristics of an armed person he said there had been a confrontation when they tried to question him and then an officer opened fire a weapon was recovered from the scene a woman who had been missing for a week on the coast of california has been rescued from the base of sixty meter cliff she was taken to a hospital nearby by helicopter from los angeles here's peterborough's angela hernandez who's twentythree told investigators she'd swerved to avoid an animal went her sports utility vehicle plunged over the sixty meter cliff she was eventually found by hikers who spotted her partially submerged vehicle they raise the alarm and rescuers managed to get ms hernandez who was conscious to safety a spokesman for the sheriff's department said she was lucky to survive both the fall and the ocean and that she'd stayed alive by drinking water from the radiator of her vehicle the thirty nine year old filipino legends money pack yao has returned to the boxing ring after a one year layoff and stunned defending champion lucas matisse to claim the wpa welterweight title in kuala lumpur few pundits believed patio would fight again after losing the wb welterweight crown to australian jeff horn but pacquiao defeated the argentine matisse in a seven round knockouts bbc news.

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"sixty meter" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Designed that would really do want to see not so strong women on screen and that was echoed very much by the time that hit the launch he said you know it's it's a great film it's about time that we had some great roles for women suspect to up on a concert he said it was just great fun that was good chemistry amongst the cost i do think audiences will be pleasantly surprised it's a comedy caper it's great fun and i think there is there is an appetite for these kinds of films stevens said about produced the original films will say produce in help with this film and again they said you know we we we would taking a risk by costing you know women is the lead roles will really pleased the we've made this film in cetinje code in the hundreds if not at say maybe even thousand people turned out to less display to catch a glimpse of some of the cost it's a fantastic house fay the fans of really like to spend a little time signing today so do you suggest if you want to have a bit of light relief and checkout life run out say that it's incentive all's in kate monday out in the world as from when they bergen and win this podcast with a furry tail almost daily a new internet sensation grips social media uses but in the last few days an unusual character who shot to fame rather plucky american recoup is become famous for remarkable feat climbing a sixty meter twenty five storey skyscraper in the state of minnesota vanessa heaney has been following the story the drama began on monday when a record was spotted resting on a ledge in downtown pool attempt to capture it failed and then the creature began to climb crowds watched transfixed as the little furry animal scale the skyscraper like spiderman it wasn't long before social media was buzzing with images of the climb one local public radio station named it npr raccoon and the hashtag began trending on twitter the city was gripped the internet was gripped.

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"sixty meter" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Designed that would really do want to see not so strong women on screen and that was echoed very much by the time that hit the launch he said you know it's it's a great film it's about time that we had some great roles for women suspect to up on a concert he said it was just great fun that was good chemistry amongst the cost i do think audiences will be pleasantly surprised it's a comedy caper it's great fun and i think there is there is an appetite for these kinds of films stevens said about produced the original films will say produce in help with this film and again they said you know we we we would taking a risk by costing you know women is the lead roles will really pleased the we've made this film in cetinje code in the hundreds if not at say maybe even thousand people turned out to less display to catch a glimpse of some of the cost it's a fantastic house fay the fans of really like to spend a little time signing today so do you suggest if you want to have a bit of light relief and checkout life run out say that it's incentive all's in kate monday out in the world as from when they bergen and win this podcast with a furry tail almost daily a new internet sensation grips social media uses but in the last few days an unusual character who shot to fame rather plucky american recoup is become famous for remarkable feat climbing a sixty meter twenty five storey skyscraper in the state of minnesota vanessa heaney has been following the story the drama began on monday when a record was spotted resting on a ledge in downtown pool attempt to capture it failed and then the creature began to climb crowds watched transfixed as the little furry animal scale the skyscraper like spiderman it wasn't long before social media was buzzing with images of the climb one local public radio station named it npr raccoon and the hashtag began trending on twitter the city was gripped the internet was gripped.

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Cape Town water crisis: adapting to a water-scarce future

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Cape Town water crisis: adapting to a water-scarce future

"You're listening to all things considered from npr news we've been hearing that capetown south africa could be left without any water as soon as this year well the historic drought has an eased but city officials report that residents have complied with tight water restrictions so they may have bought some time until the taps run completely dry meanwhile as daniele czeslaw reports some wealthy south africans are sinking their own money into finding extra water water fills a square pit cut into the corner of a little front yard today we expect you to about sixty meters sixty meters or about one hundred eighty feet trevor hemmings watches over this process he specializes in drilling boreholes to tap into underground aquifers it's a very similar method that will reach us off shore oil wealth and this towering blue drill looks like an offshore rake except for where it is wedged between a wrought iron fence painted white and the side of a house we had a crane eighteen over the wall to put it in position and weighs about seven tons since capetown's water crisis began business has exploded trebled in size i've got six drilling rigs no matter how many it doesn't seem to stem the flow the ted fills with water and drilling starts a nine foot long steel drill twists in the mud the worst drought in a century has dried up the dams that supplied the city of about four million people the city warned that it might reach days zero when there's no more water to pump two houses people would have to line up for hours at public taps to avoid that residents have to stick to thirteen gallons of water a day or face steep fees this crisis has highlighted the vast divide between the rich and poor coming from work maybe sometimes this late on today's little time i don't think i'll have enough time to go to the to the water that's andrew maher willa driller here he says the driller can make a hundred to two hundred dollars a week this fourhole costs fifteen thousand dollars it's being drilled for fatima is up and her husband sally salaam he's an investment manager she's a phd candidate in law a plastic pipe runs from their laundry machine to a.

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"sixty meter" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on The Read

"I also with my daughter who introduced her to track and field because track revealed runner and coach and all of those things she's actually go to the track with her daughter for a forty minute session of warm up shows in a single sixty meter ran so to out here doing things not only first of all it was she broke that record at the penn relays after she liked completed the race she celebrated by doing push ups one she has a goddess so i'll take my hat off to her amazing being a bad ass can't nothing hold her down i also want to say big congratulations to james bland vanessa kelly they are nominated for outstanding lead actor and actress in a digital daytime drama series four giants which is a series on easter as youtube network if you haven't seen it yet currently in season to us suggest to check because it is quite motherfucking good so i asked when i saw this fuck out of those nominations so congratulations to all end you should win them if you don't off i people for you i love the digital shows again recognized for emeka ryan's fantastic absolutely there's a lot of the stuff on is better than the stuff on tv and it's not even loki i wish that you would just open your mouth and speaking not even low key so that is just fantastic i salute every single person who is out here like i'm just going to write this shit myself and i'm going to get whatever together and make this should happen on my own or whatever and build from there because trust and believe i understand the struggle and i can't even get to a fraction it with.

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"sixty meter" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on The Read

"Right so what can back you guys to another episode of the show i am room clinton wow i don't even have anybody i'll be they'll get it in there man man we're here we're clear we're frozen in another fucking nor'easter how does this keep having of i just why does it have to happen on wednesday right and it's always worse wednesday nights win we are in the studio it's like we just can't catch a break but happy spring it is at least spring now right officially technically but not really business as usual northern spring right whatever the fuck that's supposed to maim black excellence this week is going out to miss ida keeling do you know how that is and don't okay so in two thousand sixteen she ran the one hundred meter dash and the penn relays and she said a world record because at the time i believe she was one hundred years old okay she ran the one hundred meter dash in one minute in seventeen point thirty three seconds so that was a world record for women between the ages of one hundred and one hundred and four so now she's one hundred and to address the drop the book called can't nothing bring me down absolutely just last month she ran the sixty meter record and said like another record or something like that for what was it the armory nyc event first woman over one hundred years old to complete the event sixty meters.

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"sixty meter" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"I figured you were coming out here with stats here the wormhole person you go down no down the wormhole rabbit holes i don't know every every that's right you go down every hole come on i myself he didn't know quick what was the now i'm trying to look for this that that little old man orrville rogers orrville rogers ninety nine years old one hundred years old and he said i didn't look at it this isn't my story i'm just adding orrville rodgers sought on twitter so cute hundred year old orville rogers set a new age group record in the men sixty meter in nineteen seconds he did sixty meters in nineteen point one three i don't know how many meters either so say silent and then the world will know three hundred feet so basically football a meter three feet so it's basically a football field issue meters thirty nine inches which is three three three inches it's just a little bit over brings fact and the sky is blue because of the ocean also shout out to one hundred zero julia hurricane hawkin yes who also set a record man one hundred one hundred and two years old i will be dead second of all not dead i will be on a couch in my bed yet i already like that looks exhausting they could be me in a race for sure four moving on dob but he got thinking about playing fort night.

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"sixty meter" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Three it's injure for free either the reader's digest version for why people need to take creating okay so caribbean your body your muscles are loaded with creates and it's part of part of who you are uh all animal tissues habit as well so it's not some weird exogenous thing that you putting into your body um the ability to perform highintensity uh explosive uh exercise and generate a lot of muscular power is is determined by um how much atp you have in your muscles um and so as you know when you contractor muscle the atp gets cleaved dennison triphosphate ghost identity some die phosphate you lose a phosphate okay in order to keep going and keep pushing you gotta get that phosphate back onto an adp and make more atp and that's that's what creates and does clinton binds phosphate and it's a phosphate pool so you can keep that keep that going now you only have a limited amount of creating an in your in your muscle tissue so that's why you can't spree for two miles the you know he can we spent for one hundred meters two hundred years depending on you know um how you are so what they found is that if you load the muscle with creates and you increase the amount of phosphate that's available to keep that cycle going so if you're running one hundred meter dash as fast as you possibly can you may run out of of uh phosphate and run out of atp at the fifty or sixty meter mark um and then start slowing down uh the idea is that with creates an ice got this extra pool of phosphate you may not slow down for another ten yards or ten meters of twenty meters even um and this seems like tholot data showing that's the case it it's almost like uh when you go to the gaston now it gives you the option do you want to add an optin booster to this yes or no law it's a eighteen is almost like an optin district for yourselves basically wall won't slip world war with you.

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"sixty meter" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"Tribunal for ele craft believe me uh learning about um uh how ham radio is done and regulated in other parts of the world is quite an experience of in and of itself so i handle i work with the number distributors and europe uh brazil japan uh in order to i get our products into those up parts of the world and i too not an insignificant amount of uh the business that out crap as as overseas we savell we sell and support all of our products directly out of california uh even the overseas sowa uh it's good to have good relationships there so that's one thing the second thing is i also um had all the customer uh uh support folks report to me sowa all any by this contacted el craft for us support purposes uh all those guys uh hardworking worked for me and uh i can't say enough wonderful things about him so you get exposed to every aspect of the product line absolutely absolutely and uh part of my job is to make sure that when it hits the streets that it's uh ready for prime time and that we can also supported remotely so before we jump into the amplifier topping so since you are responsible for the international distribution yep our our there a differences in that worldwide i mean when you think about selling ham radios in the us verses selling in supporting them in europe or asia is it kind of all the same or other regional differences other regional differences of things like banned allocation so d do you know how many different uh sixty meter banned a allocations there are as some only order by 30 or 40 in other words depending on different countries even inside places like the european union every country still gets to determine what their actual allocations are and what you're limits their four noted the the transmit limits you know where the upper and lower badza we always worry about on every bad those vary from country to country also there are regulate the regulatory issues like in japan where you have to be you license your radio as well as the operator so i also interest it's a bit like working.

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"sixty meter" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sixty meter" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"My local unlike football teams therefore my favorite is parliament hell lie die at the edge of hampstead heath the sixty meter poll is surrounded by a great to listed art deco building and has a great cafe and basic changing rooms parliament hellidon is unique in the uk as its lined completely in stainless steel it gives the water a distinct shimmer and makes it almost impossible to walk the shallow and heading south brooke while ido in lambeth also boasts a grey to listing but also has a gym and jacuzzi although they do cost extra and a really nice cafe both around heated and open all year round although water temperatures can drop to around four degrees in the winter take a wetsuit and cold water swimming isn't your thing that had to hampton pond in the southwest of london right on the edge of bushy park and very close to king henry the eights hampton court palace this thirty 36 meter police opened 365 days a year i even attended a christmas eve night swim nastier glow sticks included and his heated to an almost uncomfortable twenty eight degrees those in east london can head to london failed lie dive similarlysized the santa doesn't get a debt sorry santer the seventime lieto in inverted commas is a small section of a second time lake in hyde park and is home to the second time swimming club the oldest in britain famed for that christmas day swim for members only and finally tooting back lied the bam off of outdoor swimming belts by unemployed locals in the 1930s who just kept on digging this poll is ninety meters long and thirty meters wide.

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