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"ten elephants" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

The Red Box Politics Podcast

07:38 min | Last month

"ten elephants" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast

"A new independent contrary republic of belarus after nap elections in one nine nine four when lukashenko became first time president. Of course i. I'm instead time. It was a young diplomat I mostly young. Student is at time and i decided not to vote for him. And all my family away gains. Because we sautin's at moments eric. He's a populist and he will never be a net in reality. The man who will struggle for independence. Instead time she started negotiations with rushing to the ration- i remember we cheltenham moved in resides But all my korea. I'm i was. I tried to do my best to help mike convert to develop as an independent state. And when did you start to become concerned. Wave the way that president look schenker operated with what he did. Plus time i opened my eyes ran. It was a difficult situation now. Parliament in one nine nine five to change the constitution and he received more powerful instrument. It was the first steps for him to became a dictator. Nah later of course. I remember disappearing of them. Never important politicians in our political scene. Act zehra vice-prime media cervix got char ex-minister from a fast One generally sir Dmitri's ski one businessman crossover Zad disappeared andor this with Don't have information How it was happened till now but everybody understand now. That her Killed by their personal decision of though. Shankar admiral you thinking me thinking at the time when you were working as minister or as fast as you were later on with all of that happening around you were you worried about your own. Safety insecurity yes. Of course it's it's it was a every estate severs. If you have your own opinion if you have your own a position Risk lease and i remember When a became their minister of culture. I was only one in the government will use every day. Publicly bill rousson language because all of members of the government osa state service using a russian language and there. It was the reason for me personally. Because i was criticized. Personally by look shanker. He led music. Diamond nationalist that time using belarussian language. That i want to have more belarus in culture in belarus nine lukashenka create at black least of their singles. Riders are actors Black leased a person who against him. I remember i received first-time time sized black least two hundred feet. Two person they were created by the kid you'd be and it was a decision made by lukashenka they start to have a sensor of the central performance in baylor. I was against zeh said me to remove for some actors. I was against so very often. It was a conflict we discussed with him personally. if i will taylor's it is at the moment. When i discussed such conflicts in conflict situation we ski my not to frame. It will be not true. Of course i pray that because One day received a phone call from the chief of the kgb Miss the budget zeitz of general and he said zet older foreign diplomats things that you will be. Maybe new president and you will be against of the lukashenka. I remember discussion with luc. Shankar when he said that he will kill me. If i will betray so of it was a difficult situation for one side. I'll never agree with sports bar throw as a side. It was how to find the solution to survive in situation. And so take us then to two thousand twenty before the protests started to happen. You've you say you've had conversations in the past where president lukashenko said if you betray him. He'll kill you and yet you're seeing what's happening with the protests and you're agreeing with them what would you do of course for my career. It was a crucial moment. Because saying at time off the end of my mission as embassador in frog I became data general director of the national dramatic. Ceo does the oldest voire zim most populists here the bill rousson cotr in in baylor's and the kenyan majors at must fear between the actors of course A very open mind people. They want to have a free. Did they want to Have their rights and rights to vote and the difficult to those. Tell them that you have no rights and isos the development of this situation before the elections before nine of august because many of them start to participate in the different manifestations different public combines and kid you be officers of services from them now lukashenko security servers wayne's theater and say proposed me to stop this in two and Minister of culture said me. The you know if it is impossible for you to do yourself you shoot to invite police and to arrest the actors who will continue as as drug me. I cannot imagine that me as ex minister of culture ex ambassador principles so it impossible for me to imagine that i will ask police to arrest actress of the ziadeh and of course selections who when it was now we have no internet we. It was difficult to receive and information. What is happening is three builds Mean skin different cds but in from my new house. 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"ten elephants" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:05 min | 9 months ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Observer. Live with bryan alvarez and mike zimmer. Vv on the sports byline broadcasting network. Can show bryan alvarez here wrestling observer alive lance storm lance storm here on the air today. You're never gonna get that right or you know somebody sent me an email it. I'm not gonna read it but they asked a question which i mean. I think we've all thought about it. But i was really thinking about it in holy smokes. You realize it. Vinci's father died a long time ago. I was like seven. That's a long time ago. His mother vince. Mcmahon's mother is still alive. She's like one hundred one years old or something like that. So it's possible that vince is still going to be running this company. When he's eighty five years old they just wrote a number imagine ten years from now. I think about this show. Now when this guy seventy five can you imagine when this guy is eighty five years old trying to write a show to attract the eighteen to forty nine demo. You're welcome to plead the fifth lance. I fully expect them to. He's vinci's invincible. I expect him to be Alive and kicking and still probably able to kick most people's butts at ninety five personally goes. Isn't vince eighty-five right. Now no he seventy five. He's only seventy five years old. He could be around easy another decade. If he's around as long as granny's been doing this show he's going to be another sixteen years at least longtime all right. Oh very quickly This coming wednesday. Well actually. we got a lot of lineups here so wednesday for eight w an annex t. I'll get into that in a minute. Where the hell all. This stuff is is so hard. I try and i try so hard to be prepared lanson. Do you think shows will do better on wednesday as far as pre-christmas in that there's probably far fewer people traveling for christmas. You think more people sitting on watching their weekly wednesday night war. Well i mean last. Let's just put it this way. Air travel is only slightly down. They're still going to be a lot of people traveling for christmas and it once again did hurt the awa number so i would expected the awa is going to be affected this week by people traveling maybe annex t as well. Aws the young bucks versus the acclaimed. Jericho an mg. Africans top-flight hikari shida versus an opponent to be announced pocket versus the butcher jurassic express versus cold committee. Five and ten dustin rhodes versus evil. Dustin is going through the dark order one person at a time. We'll see what he's doing. Better than ricocheting fares better than ricochet far and kip sabian and penelope ford wedding. Date will be announced. Annex t has a very gargano christmas which by the way they put a graphic up for a very gargano christmas in any heart wells in neckbrace even though she wrestled on last week's show delicate me. O'neal danny burch against killian dana drake maverick and inexplicable streetfight for the championships with a challenging team. That hasn't been together in like two months. Now finn valor kylo riley talk about their takeover match jake atlas versus swerve scott and the return of the brunson. Sorace brunson read. That's lineup excited. Lance watching these shows. I watch w on delay not live Annexed he as i've mentioned on the show we do friday's if falls by the wayside. It has ever since they've gone to usa because we don't get it on wednesdays. So i have to wait for it to go up on the wb network. Which i never know for sure win. It does or we get a one hour. Abbreviated edited version fridays. before smackdown. So since we don't get the to our show on television. And i never know when it cups on the network it just falls by the wayside. Kiss guy here. Said he thought dinosaurs were tall. Bro you know nothing about dinosaurs. Dinosaurs were all different shapes and sizes. There was a micro paki. Syphilis sorace the smallest dinosaur but it had the longest name. There was argentina's source. Which was the size of ten elephants at dinosaur lesson here on this show. I could go on for hours. I could bring paisley. It's you tell you all about him. Lucia sources tall lucia sources tall. Yeah he's like diplotic is go to take your word for it. Go to the issues more like a. I don't know what kind of dinosaur is. He's kind of like a tyrannosaurus but he's got long arms doesn't make sense. Here's a source that's true all right. This person wasn't enough trimming. My beard is allowed. We'll find out. Probably not. Because i don't know how to trim my beard. It's usually all or nothing so i'm just going to let it go. This person here says i just realized a tlc world championship match did not main event. Tlc pay per view. That's true but they hard to follow fire. It's hard to follow burning a guy to a crisp in the middle of the ring third murder. Yeah the ring. Burnt to a crisp. Then what do you do. Tables ladders chairs and ashes. Couple of things to cut my attention on raw. This person says how much you wanna bet that. Vince will change angel garza to just garza in two weeks. Well the good with angel garza is he supposed to be playing. Lutheran angel is a great first name. So i think you'll be lucky to have that one i think also i think the women need to be able to call him by his first name. Doesn't seem to romantic to be referring to him by only his last name cars. You're so sexy. By the way he still is not gotten one woman this lazaro now one easily thorough in training still working on any says i find it funny. That retribution was a group that seek and destroy and made the announcers run in fear. Get last night. They just sat and stood next to the announcers well. They've changed their waists being signed. At least that's consistent. Money will do that to you. Got contracts and he stopped beating everybody up personally here says dude if i'm one of those legends. I'm not going anywhere near raw randy. Orton beat them all up last time and he just got away with burning to a crisp. That's right he did. That was what happened. Less legends show that he had the night. Vision goggles ridiculous. Yeah you beat them all up now. He's now he's an arsonist again. So i wouldn't show up if i were legend for and obvious reasons. He said that last year regarding getting new talent angles over. They did nothing. You're talking about the legend show. Yes let's see here. People upset about jackson reicher which they're going to be leonid time. I'm sure you know w is answer. The low ratings is bringing back carlito for legends night. I was surprised to see his name. Your favorite yeah. He doesn't like people who don't like to be cool. We know that luckily bray how many how many people are there. That don't like or want to be cool. People who aren't but most people want to do as he should go to go to. Aew because now the ascension that they're the coldest tag team member that promo oh right yes. They definitely like to be cool. I always prefer to be hot personally. Didn't.

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"ten elephants" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

08:43 min | 10 months ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"Sunday and have very unlikely win by an unlikely team with an unlikely quarterback over a team that many consider to be the best in the nfc the philadelphia eagles. Yes we have not spoken much about the philadelphia eagles other than sentences that go. Can you believe the philadelphia. Eagles won the game against new orleans. Twenty four to twenty one with jalen hurts making his first start in the nfl. That will be jalen hurts. Who bounced around college. Football once considered the best quarterback in the game with alabama ended up at oklahoma comes into the league without the expectations that other quarterbacks have had or had drafted and yet looks like he could be. Somebody's future franchise quarterback. Although i'm not sure philadelphia has made their mind up on that yet all of which added up to a pretty pretty incredible win. Twenty four to twenty one over the new orleans saints. What are we mitch mitch. And everything you said is true. And he was a second round draft choice okay despite his college portfolio and we talked about jalen hurts a lot and the president of the jalen hurts fan club. Since we've been doing this podcast is mitch albom. Okay mitch. albom loves jalen hurts but this was completely unexpected. This to me was every bit and probably more surprising to me than than the washington. Football team beating the steelers a week ago. 'cause the steelers didn't look so good last night either. It wasn't a statistically overwhelming performance. Bobby but it was poised performance against defense hundred sixty seven passing yards hundred and six rushing yards and tyler was saying before we started today. He made plays when he had to make them. There was some damn good throws right the stats. Don't matter if you watch the game you you were. You knew you were watching someone in command. He was in command of the situation. You know he ran out of necessity In in vienne. Well threw the ball. Well when he had to throw it absolutely it was a it was a wonderful papa and it. It's part of a boy. What a story in philly this quarterback thing because the whole idea went tied imagined it. There was a point in time when he was in the mvp discussion. When you're and but the whole thing is the money thing you cannot get away but it's it is. It is the ten elephants in the room. What the eagles are going to do it. It costs you know you. Keep them at cost you and you get rid of them. Cost you money at it. It's the money thing is carlos canton bob. It's giancarlo stand with the game and then it's of the reasons guys. I mean this is a this is a small number. One of the reasons why teams sometimes pass on potentially great future quarterbacks. When they've already got one and it's sort of there's two ways you can go one. Is that way because you say. I don't want this issue okay. I don't wanna put a guy who can make us look bad for drafting the guy two years earlier and paying him you know for thirty five million dollars a year so let's not get a backup who's going to be that good. Let's get a solid choice daniels kind of backup. Who's never going to cause us a threat and never gonna cost us a controversy at the quarterback position. The other way to go is to do. What miami did you know after a drafting Who's the guy that drafted Rosen okay and then come right back in and and and get a new quarterback on the team and then come back and draft to you know. It's like well we don't care it's like what arizona did When when they took collar murray after having taken a draft pick the year before a high throws ten pick of the the tenth pick of the draft. You know right. That's jacksonville right. I apologize not. Miami ended up in miami. So so but but there's a reason guy they don't pick up the it might be one of the reasons to jalen hurts. Went that far. Which is kinda stupid. Because he has the talent but look at the problem. You're right that philadelphia has on their hands now and when you gave a stats mike. The key was the rushing yardage. Because if you go back to when you go back to one carson wentz was playing. There was no rushing yards. It's casali did get sacked. And although he's relatively soon so you need to be able to move around the one hundred and six or whatever yards rushing doesn't count how much he spent going laterally and and escaping the pass rush and then making plays and unfortunately that's what philadelphia needs right now. Bob now kick themselves that. Maybe they didn't do this earlier because you know they. They've gotten their conference. They've got a doable schedule. They've got a doable schedule. The the rest of the year and they've finished with a washington on the last sunday. And who knows who. They got the cowboys the week before. That and who knows what might happen but they. You know what we saw. Yesterday was the thing that a backup quarterback can do. If he does the job he changed the energy. And the dynamic of the team. It and bob. It was as it was clear from the start of the game that he was. We always talk about this in in sports. Okay was he up to the circumstances of the occasion well. He was clearly up to the circumstances of the occasion. And and now they're four eight and one and they gotta be thinking. We could be like six six in one. If we done this earlier doug peterson was very noncommittal. Wouldn't commit to anything yesterday. Was it was complete. Coachspeak and didn't didn't address issue but i must be oh imagine lobbyists the arizona. Their game against arizona robert their game against arizona. Their next game that becomes a very interesting must watch game next week. Got those yeah. I got this to you. Energetic quarterback shall we say yeah no. They're funny the division. We laughed all year about the division. And of course the but the thing is it is competitive your most interesting division in the nfl team that last day giant the only team in division that lost yesterday was the team that was supposed to be on orbital surging and playing their biggest game in about five years because the seattle game wasn't big game because thought they were going to win it so now they set themselves up to maybe win the division. And i'm telling you they got a twenty. Six to seven did not indicate what happened to them yesterday. But that's that's the they turn themselves into a sidebar but somebody's going to win that division with a with a losing record -sarily washing. Tb eight nate. Yeah maybe eight but but they do play one another. So as you pointed out philly philly's best hope is seventy eight and one. That's if they went out and so it's possible. I mean it depends on if they knock each other off mixed the next game for washington. We'll tell the tale. I think the they they they play seattle at home next sunday and alex smith is is hurt. I mean everybody. We hate that sentence. especially a right leg injury and and he has a right leg is now. It's a calf injury not the same. But you don't wanna hear words right leg. And and alex smith ever and i'm not sure if he's going to end up playing for the one interesting mitch does one thing that's interesting about that game and you always look at this when the west coast team comes east okay. They are playing the one o'clock game in washington next sunday which is a ten. Am game for them on their body clocks. And how many times have we seen. A west coast team gets smacked coming east for game like that. Well i'm done. I'm done predicting the seattle seahawks and you can have that. I have no idea forty two three. They beat the jets yesterday and exactly what they should do. The only thing you can count on. What seattle is that. If they lose really badly one week and you start to write them off. They'll come back and win big the following. We can make you say well. Maybe we don't but there were. There were bigger question question. Should we talk about the last game. We saw the one played last night. Because that was anybody. Mitch and bob is. Anybody gonna wanna play the buffalo bills in january. I don't think so not in buffalo. Now now they're for allen's for real for real no question digs would have picked up. that was well..

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"ten elephants" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

02:56 min | 10 months ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"Got it so life yo arrived. I feel you boys ready to get into this top ten list. I'm reading wait all right. So what i wrote. This top ten list around was the top. Ten reasons i believe. This is according to adam. And i'm not a scientist. I'm not an archaeologist paleontologist. I'm just a guy with a else on this show signs. This is the top top. Ten reasons atlanta's has been found so this is the narrative. I'm taken guys so let's go right into at number ten from ten to one and number one holds a news. Our number ten elephants have the best memory. Let's just ask them. Here's the quote from plato. There were a great number of elephants on the island. And he's referring to atlantis the island of atlantis. Many skeletal remains of elephants as well. As ancient rock art depicting elephants have been found in the surrounding areas of the rick hot. This is not uncommon for the lush parts of africa but it certainly is not in the sahara sahara as we know it today is a complete. Waste land devoid of any life other than you know. Desert surviving creatures This is one of the easiest signs to show the environment of that part of the world. Many thousands of years ago bones of elephants aren't in the sahara therein lush regions of the world where elephants can survive. So i'm starting off with kind of a week. When all that this is to do is to show how lush the lands were that bones of elephants have been found in the center and in the rings of this ricotta structure. So they have proof that there has been you know large creatures large light large mammals that have you know lived in this area so number ten eleven thousand years ago. It's possible it wasn't a desert. They're lame yeah. In fact one elephant bones. I can get you elephant bones. Just give me fifteen minutes early. So yeah that's a hundred percent right though. It's it's just a show that the area was lush and there's many studies that show most of the sahara even as recent as five thousand years ago which in geological terms is you know very short it five thousand years ago it was a lush paradise tropical paradise then in one of the fastest sweeping events in our climate change history of the planet believing climate change.

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"ten elephants" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

08:57 min | 10 months ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"I think that are interested in polar bears tigers and whales and dolphins and all that there are dinosaurs that are similar to most of these animals most cases in my opinion at least most of the dinosaurs are a lot cooler than some of the mammals are because they're they're just like another missed but they're another they're more extreme right because if you like crazy hyper predators. What could be more impressive than t rex. Something that can crunch through bone and has a skull. That's five feet long. And just massive the most hyper predator you can ever imagine if you like big herbivores like an elephant. Sore pot is just like ten elephants. So it's all like a favorite animal than there's a dinosaur. That's that thing you liked but even more of it. There's also so much we don't yet know about dinosaurs. And so it's just fun to think about hypothesized. What weird behaviors. Especially if you look at some of the crazy things that birds do and you can see you can see in the way that they walks or even just looking at their feet and stuff like you can see the dinosaur in them if you just extrapolate like a crow How hold grudges could non. Avian dinosaurs have held grudges. Maybe then scale crow up a thousand x ten thousand and size and it gives you a different kind of fear that yes. That's a lot. They don't need to roared be terrified. Well thank you very much like to find a little piece of that to fit into our project. Thanks again tony. And james for interviewing us. He has to say that was fun. I'm definitely more used to being the interviewer not the interview. I do prefer being the interviewee though. I prefer the interviewer so works out. But yeah thank you again for flipping the table on us and also for sharing more abou why dinosaurs which again we're very excited to see the now onto our dinosaur of the day arkansas which was a request from lax fear patriotic and discord. Thanks arkansas is was an infamous or theropod that in the early cretaceous in. What is now arkansas. On the us. Maybe you guessed that from its name. In the trinity group. Arkansas source is probably closely related to netco bertilla and earn infamous or found in utah. And it's estimated to be between six and fifteen feet or one point eight and four point six meters tall. Arkansas was bipedal at had a long neck and it was slender ahead a small head and it may have had teeth in the front part of its jaw an orange thermometer. I always think ostrich. Yes liaz turkey. It was probably a swift to that. Went after small animals and insects and eggs. So that's just ostriches of my nightmares. Not ostriches right but it may have also eaten fruit and leaves arkasas had a small skull for its body but it had a relatively large brain and our had long arms and probably three fingers on each hand. It could probably grasp with its hands. But we will. We'd need more fossils to know for sure we do know however that the foot claws had strong curvature which is unusual because usually it's flat with or nathan my doors. Yeah that's true because flat claws are the ones you expect if something's running around and that's how we always see your at the minus The curved claws are more for useful like grabbing things and has a weird move yes suppose hunting and using its feet. That might make sense. Yeah and so. I should say the only thing that's been found of arkansas is. It's nearly complete foot so we that's why we know for sure about the strong curvature but fortunately or the mima soares have some pretty unique feet so we could assign it to that group without finding any of the rest of the body right but this other description had come from the arkansas geological survey in terms of you know probably swift hunter the sorts of things kacha so arkansas was more primitive than asian or north america that lived around the same time in nineteen. Ninety-three jim kirkwood found the arms and legs of an unknown theropod. that lived in the early cretaceous. And what's now utah. And he thought that they were closely related to or a minus but the hands were too primitive and the ankle though was nearly identical to ornithologist then in one thousand nine hundred five. Jim kirkwood looked at the holiday type of arkansas which had been found in the nineteen seventies and he saw that it was similar to this other ankle but arkansas was larger because they were similar. It might mean that arkansas was more closely related to ornithological instead of or nisa mimas. And if that was the case arkansas may have been a carnivore with teeth. But we don't think the leg and arm. The jim kirkland found was from an arkansas as far as know that an unknown theropod okay. Arkansas is located along the shore. And at the time that arkansas has lived there was the western interior seaway that was dividing the continent so not much is known about other dinosaurs. That lived in the same area. Arkansas is the only dinosaur known so far from arkansas or nitham. I were tracks from around the same time that arkansas lived have been found near moab utah at the mill. Kenyan dinosaur track site. The type species of arkansas is arkansas's friday and the genus name means arkansas list. So jobe friday. The owner of a service station in locks bird saw some vultures circling in. This is becca. In august of nineteen seventy two and he went to check on his cows and he saw some exposed fossils near the road. Where some gravel. Move recently for reconstructing arkansas highway twenty four so he excavated the fossils the foot fossils and put them on display at his service station for months. No one realized they were dinosaur. Fossils eventually geology. Professor doors acri. Junior took the fossils to his colleague. James h quinn at the university of arkansas and queen realized that these were dinosaur fossils so he prepared them. He took the fossils to be examined in lincoln nebraska in nineteen seventy two and scientists. Their thought that it was related to you or nitham imus but now of course we're thinking maybe it was more closely related these so that would put it outside of ornithological soria but just slightly. Yes but i wonder if there's still debate over this because the last i could find was in the nineties so anyway. Quinn presented the fossils the next year nineteen seventy-three at the geological society of america. Meeting in little rock arkansas. And james quinn and benjamin clarity from the arkansas geological commission went to the site where the false were found. This is in march of nineteen seventy-three hoping to find more fossils because again we just have the foot fossils but the site was now a pit dug up for road construction so all they found was a toe bone little more of the foot. It's possible to bones were scattered. I either when it was buried or during the reu construction. So the fossils that have been found of arkansas are three metatarsal hs four flanges three clause and that makes a nearly complete right foot and the to- not too bad quinn. had meant to name. the dinosaur. Arkansas is friday. But then in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. He had a fatal fall. When looking for fossils in nebraska. No yes the name. Arkansas was used in a pop science book in nineteen eighty three but it was a no newton not officially described and it wasn't until twenty eighteen that it was officially named by rebecca hunt. Foster arkansas became the official state. Dinosaur of arkansas one year before it was officially named on twenty seventeen was approved by the governor february seventeenth and it was a high school student. Masonry who had the idea to make arkansas. The official state dinosaur partly because other states like oklahoma texas and missouri had stay dinosaurs. So you worked on this proposal for three years and drafted the legislation himself cool and in an inverse article mason. Ra say it's the only dinosaur that truly bleeds razorback read. Let's very arkansas. So forecasts a made. One was given to the friday family. One went to the university of arkansas. One went to the arkansas geological commission and one went to the arkansas museum of science and natural history. And you can see the cast in a classroom in ozark hall at the university of arkansas and you can see a cast and a statue of arkansas at the arkansas museum of science and natural history and the original fossils are now at the university of arkansas museum collections. It's nice when states get their first dinosaur discovered and named definitely.

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"ten elephants" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

Cal's Week in Review

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

"Meat eaters original fishing series is back season two of dos boat does boat is now alive on the meter youtube channel season two brings with it a new boat and we had to Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota or as I call it middle Earth Fall along to see some of your favorite people return as well as get to know some new faces we guarantee you some good fish along with few bad ideas integrate time head over to the mediator Youtube channel to have watch new episodes launch every Sunday at eleven mountain time while you're there, make sure to hit that subscribe button so you don't miss out on new episodes along with a bunch of other awesome content will be launching this fall. Hunting, season is here. So are new episodes of meat eater on net flicks meet Peter Season nine part one has launched on Netflix. That's right. There's going to be a part to season nine has some bad ass adventures follow Steve as he heads to Colorado Texas and Wyoming and let us know what you think of the new season. We always love hearing from our fellow mugs. Head over to Netflix's to check out season nine part one and don't worry more episodes are coming season nine part two will arrive in early twenty, twenty one. From mediators World News headquarters in Bozeman Montana this is cows weaken review with Ryan Cow Kellyanne. Now here's cal. New, research published in the Journal Frontiers in veterinary science shows that elephants share a strange unexplainable quirk that all people are familiar with yawns contagious. Specifically, elephants can catch yawns from people. Scientists don't really know what causes contagious yawning but most of us have experienced it, you're sitting around staring at a friend or family member. You see them yawn and then you know suddenly and explicable you yawn to some cross species yawning has been observed in dogs and chimps who wouldn't like to see that. But, this is the first study that shows elephants can catch yawns from humans. The study draws on observations and experiments with captive elephants, zoos, and rescue facilities in one KS Zo Rosman a researcher from the University of New Mexico studied ten. Elephants. At the Kashasa, Elephant Park in South Africa and over the course of thirteen consecutive nights observed elephants catching yawns from their handlers as well as nine instances of elephants catching yawns from each other. Although yawning is common among many animals. The phenomenon of contagious yawning seems to only happen in intelligent and social animals. In this study, a sense of connectedness between elephants and their regular handlers was key to the Cross, species? Yon. Spreading. As a no here if somebody doesn't catch Yom in your vehicle you and know that you know they're not intelligent or social. And for the record, I don't hang out with many elephants but I recently shacked up with another smart social animal, my lab pup snort I've been focused on training for our first waterfowl season together. But maybe I should pay more attention to if she's catching my aunt or maybe I should do some experimentation of my own to see if I can catch yawns from her on those mornings when I just can't get a duck and the decoy spread which you know that's probably not going to happen but it'd be pretty humiliating to look over catch her yawns of boredom. Case, you haven't figured it out I..

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"ten elephants" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"How lose going to run the defense but. we have lost players on defense, but listen everybody's getting upset about beacons of back. That's all here about okay. Trey got her with the with the PEG Torio down for a couple of months we still have brandon wills at least have bears Phillips I mean these guys showed up big time last year I don't know if everybody watched the Games they showed up very well last year and I think they're capable filling in until we get those guys back and people forget Mackenzie Alexander. I mean, this guy's a stud. So. Forgetting people like that Anthony Tab. Or I do you know what's funny is Mackenzie Alexander? It has been rarely mentioned I. Mean We talk about him I think I think Mackenzie. Alexander. Gets a little bit forgotten because we're like we look at him. He said he's the Slot Guy Right and then when you lose trae Wayne's a boundary guy, you obviously talk about Darius, Phillips going into that role. So I think Mackenzie Alexandra a little bit gets forgotten about we've talked about Darius Phillips on the program. Before we think he's he's got a lot of skills. He may be a little bit of a Gambler, but there's a lot of big play potential there and there is a lot of. The hope resides John is in I think dairy phillips getting. More snaps right now I mean it's based his consistency level should hopefully rise with the increased amount of snaps, and then aside from that John I, want you to talk about that but I also want to address another point by will dj reader has looked awesome and practices. I was a little worried about the weight loss, but he has looked awesome in early parts of practices. Yeah, it's like three hundred twenty pounds is still pretty big compared to three hundred, fifty pounds, which is what he was at Houston Yet deaton defense alignment always look pretty good this time of year because they have one on ones with offense along, and then they can't really communicate with each other portrait. Hopkins had to deal with them one on one enough week honors Bads like that's. Just who dj reader is got leg strength of ten elephants. So you know that's that's his strength and that's why the bengals paid a lot of money for him. Yeah. The talent on the front line is still there in the starting lineup. It's still there they have promised when you have injury pile-up sometimes death issues occurred. The rotation is not as good as wonder could be like how they. Envisioned in the off season. So if you strived Atkins DD reader, Mike Daniels as starting as your three main defensive tackles that you wrote in there that's fine. But if something happens one of those guys than you already have lost Glasgow to run, that's when the issues can start piling up. Also look again like Phillips starting in place for Wayne's is not going to make that much of. A difference. But as we saw last year, sometimes more injuries compile up and you just have to rely on some of the guys that you didn't really want to hopefully play on the bottom of depth chart. So right now they can survive. But as season goes on, they can really have a lot more losses in those positions you're in it's been it will it's been about depth and. Especially those past couple of years. You're. It's it's just been a it's been about depth a lot of times these past couple of years in positions and You know that's Daniels now. I. Know and by the way we've got announcement about him later on Hey, we gotta get going well, thanks for calling in and..

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"ten elephants" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kid is raped or another athlete takes their life can I didn't go to the mat and do everything I could to force change that's something I'd have to live with the rest of my life after I turned off my recorder morose started to cry I should have done more he said Tom Goldman NPR news part one this is NPR news good morning from the BBC in London on Alexander Griffis would be see top line some of our top global stories this hour a luxury ship carrying more than three and a half thousand people remains in quarantine and the Japanese port of Yokohama sixty one people onboard the diamond princess is suffering from the new corona virus this morning the BBC spoke to an American passenger Spencer Faron bacca he's waiting to see if he's tested positive it has been an absolute roller coaster of emotions over the course of the past three days there sometimes that we're sitting reading books listening to music and it feels just like a vacation but you know then there are those moments that you get the announcement that there are forty forty one new cases of one of which you very well may be of a similar ships across Eastasia facing restrictions about whether they can talk because of the virus and the electronics company Foxconn which makes apple iPhones is attracting some of its production line in China in order to make surgical face masks initially that will be used by Foxconn employees to protect themselves elsewhere boats wonders auctioning off licenses to hunt elephants today last year to the dismay of conservationists it lifted the ban on elephant hunting the government is selling seven hunting packages with each one containing licenses to kill ten elephants campaign is a trophy hunting groups in the US and Canada have been promoting the sale it is we'll have to deposit to eighteen thousand dollars in order to take part Charlotte Gallagher in London I'm Alexander Griffith at the BBC next time on the world the United States runs the biggest immigration detention system in the world in California wants no part of it it's passed a law that would shut down big migrant detention centers in the state it's so important for us to think about how we can tear down the system and not simply to reform in California takes a stand on migrant detentions it's on the world the world this afternoon.

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"ten elephants" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

The Box Of Oddities

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

"Maybe maybe even they did fly out of the back of a truck or something and someone walking down the street just place them strategically because they were bored or something. That's the way it started and that's the way it started right and now it's become like this performance art piece I enjoy that has spanned nearly a decade involving empty jars of that selene and it's the mystery of Calgary's vacillating alley. We welcome your theories on why this is happening and now that thing that thing in the middle some unusual facts about the Eiffel Tower the Eiffel Tower was originally intended for Barcelona Lona but Spain rejected the project groups that was a bad mistake number four they take very good care of the Eiffel Tower they paint it constantly to to keep it loose looking crisp and fresh in order to paint the Eiffel Tower the amount of paint used ways as much as ten elephants number three the Eiffel Tower was built as part of the Perez in eighteen eighty nine and was only meant to remain as part of the exhibition for twenty years and then to be moved. It was never meant to be permanent number two the reason the Eiffel Tower sparkles so brightly when illuminated illuminated at nighttime is because it uses over twenty thousand light bulbs in the structure wouldn't that sock to turn it on like one bulb is bad in the whole string goes out and then you've got to climb the Eiffel Tower and figure out which lights bad wiggling wiggling number one the Eiffel Tower is married an American woman named Erica Lebron visited the tower in two thousand four and fell in love with it. She married the Eiffel Tower in two thousand seven and changed her name to Erika Eiffel. You do you do the box of oddities with with cat and JETHRO Gilligan off can you can you put that down just just for a second and I know what you're doing. You're playing beans means which you have been obsessed with since you started playing a few weeks ago. What level are you on? Now like level million ninety. Seven thirty seven had the TACO party. Yeah I know you did best fiends a casual game anybody complaints made for adults but anybody can play you can spend as much time or as little time as you'd like in in the game and by watching you what I what I have noticed is that you can play it while you're doing other things. It's it's something it's very casual. Even though I like slugs I like defeating the slugs. Could you do the rest of the talking. Please one hundred million downloads globally. It doesn't require the Internet to play. It's a free download and it's really rewarding because I like especially when I first I started playing. I was worried that I wasn't going to pick up on how to play real quickly because I'm getting old and Games are hard but it's super intuitive so like you know how to play already. Even if you haven't played it those slugs are tricky but you could get them to so engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters five star rated mobile APP on the apple APP store and Google play download free on the apple APP store and Google Google play. That's friends without the our best fiends yeah. It's best scenes not best friends best fiends. How do you you manage your stress? Okay baths some grounding techniques dogs of course and the COM APP COM has been so important to me. I suffer from insomnia and I will go a week at a time and not sleep well just grabbing our here and there or I did until we subscribe to the Com app the sleep stories make all the difference in the world and if you struggle with insomnia you're not alone one in three the people in the US don't get enough sleep. It can affect cognitive function during the day learning problem solving decision making in other words comma will help you be the best person you can be. The common APP is the number one APP for sleep and there's a reason for it com helps you discover a whole library of programs programs designed to help you get the sleep your brain and your body needs like soundscape which I love a hundred plus sleep stories stories narrated by amazing voices like Jerome Flynn from game of thrones and Stephen Fry whose voice I just cannot get enough of I will listen to the same story nineteen thousand times. Thank you very much. I love you when you get a good night's sleep. Your Body heals itself yeah. It's a restorative time so if you want to seize the day hey then sleep at night with help from the combat I have to say I also have the notification setup so once a day. The comp sends me a push and it's like hey hey. It's just a mindfulness reminder. Are you doing the things that you need to do for you right now you as a member of the box of oddities family you get twenty five percent of a calm premium subscription Adt com dot com slash box that C. a. l. m. dot com slash box. Forty million people have downloaded com find out why ADT COM dot com slash bucks.

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"ten elephants" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Twenty four minutes to walk beautiful Thursday afternoon eighty seven degrees in the state capital good chance for rain this afternoon really good chance of rain tomorrow and Saturday Kelly governor with us along with bill Smith bill is the honesty of president Jack the director of and taking the foundation actual final bill I was president president and CEO and they are one of the investors through a philanthropic fund in to this food processing idea project of Kelly egolf and I would imagine a lot of other people all right so people get confused you know it's like the financing is the city's gonna be on not well when you go to a bank and all this on do you have other investors besides the Santa Fe community foundation so we've actually tried to put together a very different kind of deal for New Mexico this is truly a community project this is a community development project to create jobs and change the local food economy so in addition to a handful of equity investors there about eleven of us that are investing in the purchase and the renovation of this building in the acquisition of the equipment right so that's the private equity piece but then we also have the social impact investment which is coming from the community foundation they're loaning us are working capital is the way to look at that and on top of that then we do have commercial loans and because we wanted to really focus on the community development aspect of this project it was important that we choose I truly local community bank so we've partnered with century bank really proud of the leadership role that they're taking to back this project with commercial loans for the building purchase where we look at at at the time when we where do we stand the time line with the city going through committee and then getting to the city council so we have a couple of more meetings with the city staff us some that we have another finance committee meeting I think we have two meeting still before the city council before the IRB process would be complete and that should be September twenty fifth should be the final hearing at the city all right and after that there's more negotiation everything goes on before it is finalized so well after the I. R. B. as pass then write a good to go on the purchase of the building and so we're hoping to close on the building in mid October it looks like we have about a four to six month renovation period to be able to out to repair the warehouse so it will be refrigerated so we're talking about ten thousand square feet of refrigerated warehouse Richard so that's the ability to store a lot of local apples so that we can make a lot of apple juice or or somebody could be making baby food with local apples but lack of refrigerated storage is one of the things that hold back our local farmers and then I we should hopefully be operational in March okay so then truck start rolling in our rolling in with produce I was going to work it's not a lot of trucks rolling in but I'm yes so there will be a for Verde foods because will continue to make our two sat at this location we get one truck a week of produce generally but in addition to that will have clients who are bringing in other food products such events such as we're hoping for green chili products but I'm expecting to see a lot of salsa so I don't know you are you a fan of P. could a guy styles also when you go to the grocery store Richard do you go for the jarred salsa or do you like the fresher salsa bits in like the deli Cup both both awesome so in New Mexico if you are a producer of one of those fresh salsas that's in that deli Cup you're getting between a ten and maybe if you're really lucky fourteen day shelf life on that sauce if it's acidic enough or if you put enough salt senator something to help preserve it but it has such a short shelf life that you can only get that salsa in the immediate area maybe you consult your local farmers market packed on ice but maybe you can get it into your local grocery stores you sure as heck not going to put it onto a truck and set it up to Denver because that time that it takes to put food into the cold chain and have it distributed outside of New Mexico is many many days worth of time and because the shelf life of a fresh product lycopene could a guy all style salsa it you can't get into the food chain right so to get to New Jersey it's about it's about fourteen to eighteen days worth of transport time Boyle heights ain't so it's by an in refrigerated trucks even in a refrigerated truck yourself life just isn't long enough so grocery stores are not interested has been heated no because it's just that's a shelf life as of late if if you slice a tomato and stick it in your refrigerator how long's it gonna stay good for so we can do differently so those individuals that are making amazing sauces and we're talking about like pay base also which is made up in Towson Antonio's fresh salsa that the town's economic development centers making lots of really great fresh food products but they're only sold in the immediate area local grocery stores so they're going to be able to make and package their products it's going to come to my facility we're going to run it through our machine and it probably ninety seconds worth the treatment in our machine to lengthen their shelf life and they're going to go from ten days a shelf life to sixty days a shelf life and the consumer is not gonna be able to tell the difference you can go to the grocery store right now right and you can find salsa like this if you shop at trader Joe's they've got a fresh salsa is in a deli companies got appeal back film on the top of that look for that peel back film whenever you see a deli container fresh food with the peel back film it's almost always a a product that's been treated with each PP so that salsa is huge they make so much and sell so much about fresh styles also that's what consumers want as opposed to charter canned good hearted today so just to recap here you can bring down this because the guy from towns you gonna put it in your machine you gonna smash it with eighty four thousand or ninety four thousand PSI for a few seconds and then and then repackage it no it's already in its final is stays in there yep so it it's already in the deli Cup yep so you think about eighty seven thousand PSI is a light it's like it's the equivalent of ten elephants stacked on top of each other lately but it's uniform pressure all the way around the package doesn't plan so doesn't plan it's becoming clear to me Kelly tells the story about very day so she's been processing Brady deuces through this process by taking it up to Denver and I think it's a really good example so they do all the juicing on site here they put it in the bottle so it's packaged here they close the top they put it in a can they put it in boxes they ship it up to Denver they take it out of the boxes they put it through the H. P. P. machine they put it back in the boxes and distribute it now thankfully due to this process all the way down the corridor down to Albuquerque all the way up to Denver because of this proselytize that add to the cost of a bottle of juice right now it would be too much so we entered into this says that said to demonstrate the market not because we ever thought this was our long play back and forth from Denver is a stupid thing to do is a long term proposition okay we always knew that we wanted to bring the machine to Mexico not just for our company but also for all of the other food companies that are hitting the same barrier they can't break into a larger market because of their short shelf life okay will come back I want to find out how many of these machines are going to buy and where they are manufactured because they're really cool it is thirty one minutes after two o'clock our guests are Kelly egolf food processor extraordinaire and the CM presidents and a community foundation Mister William Smith we'll be right to be so you can sign I can tell we'll be coming right back to the Richard each show voice of Santa Fe here on JT RC Santa fe's news talk later returns to the city different August twenty third through September second featuring local and national artists.

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"ten elephants" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"Just in terms of our y when they were able to put steps in place to actually have much better employee retention, you know. So I felt like this is what I need to personally for my business is figure out a way to be able to have someone who is intelligent in professionally competent enough that they could be doing any number of things. Choose to spend their life being professional. Seth Koch assess simply showed should just to kind of summarize 'cause I feel like some of our listeners. Be missing some of the important stuff here you decided at some point you were teaching surfing. You taught thousands of people in England and you had picked some new methods you're doing AB testing. You're starting with the basics at some point you decided, I'm going to scale this. I'm going to grow this. I don't know if it was surf simply back, then, or if you, you, you moved into surf simply, but you move to Costa Rica. And so at the point, you are in the story, have you already moved to Costa Rica, and you're starting to grow your business or reuse growing your business back in England still at this point. Right. So, so actually, it was the, it was that stuffing issue prompted the move to Costa, Rica, got it. Okay. The thing is with Steph coaching is that if you're teaching seasonal thing, uranian point, people for six or eight months a year, and no one can really justify doing that long term. So the move to customers was prompted by the fact that this is one of the only places in the world why you could we could put a be open for ten eleven months, a year that full have income coming in at full, pay salaries and. Therefore, have people that can actually be like, all right. This is me. I'm staying here. And this is what I'm doing. And then that opens the door to be able to train them up to the level that you want them to be at. So the Costa Rica thing actually, came by as result of needing to create that kind of model for big up to pay people. Got it ended you build a business plan moving to Costa. Rica. Did you say I'm gonna hire this many people in the goal is to get this many this many students every week and actually put together a detailed plan for how you're going to scale your business or did that all happen? More Ganic -ly. It happened more organically, you know, I, I always try and plan like twelve months ahead with the business. But honestly, I never would have antiquated ten years ago when I stopped being Costa Rica that we are the we would be where we are. Nice. So in two thousand seven I, I had spent the previous four or five years traveling all over the world trying to look somewhere that ticks all the boxes that head does so, you know, being able to be apron year Ryan from conditions. Seven conditions point of view would weather proximity to a good. Market like we are close to the states, having Costa Rica free from natural hazards in lack kind of stuff. Go ahead of Costa Rica, having been the Hawaiians inisia- run Europe, Australia. And I was like this is the spot. So I pulled up in my car in the cop hawk, and, and it was I had a wooden sign. I just bought some black and white paint. And, and we will cold innocent school back, then I stuck it on the roof of my car, and it was my then girlfriend, and I would just pull up the beach like five didn't morning do a lesson at six eight ten twelve to, and then I would go home, in the evening, I would try and build a website on this laptop used to overheat enough. The half an hour be too hot and a half to ten elephants dot again. So, you know those that first year or so was just absolutely physically. Brutal effing goes in the fifth shape of my life and just absolutely exhausted. And then yet to I took on another coach we rented a little shop just divide. Few hundred yards back from the beach, and that was nice because we had AC in between the lessons, so that was like, felt light rail luxury and gradually more. More people started to find us online, and, and we needed foot traffic less and less, and then I gave a lesson one day to one of the guys that was kind of one of the early guys.

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"ten elephants" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"This is a cbc podcast a weekly roundup of the best cbc radio programming subscribe to the cbc radio one newsletter digestion of the week's top stories breed indepth articles listen to interviews and documentaries and get the low down on upcoming stories from cbc radio one that you need to hear to subscribe go to cbc dot ca slash radio and looked at the subscribe button the cbc radio one news let's be honest from the cdc from c c h o l humans are shared inherit crack crack hi i'm bob mcdonald on this week's program a shocking new study finds that pretty much all of our meals are likely season with tiny particles of plastic microplastics really are everywhere everywhere that we think that might be clean we might be safe they still end up in arms food and in drinking water and we have a new answer about where canada ends science shows the limits of canadian sovereignty we went out to map where the outer edge of canada's continental shelf existed in the ocean also can you smell to ten elephants it turns out have a sense of numbers based on older i don't think we know exactly what it means the smell numbers 'cause we as humans can't do it ourselves aunt talk about depressing scientists revealed that a huge body of research on the genetics of depression is pretty much bunk the fundamental problem with this sort of misplaced optimism that we'd find genes that had big affects plus magnetic stimulation shows promise for treating concussions in experiments in mice to super dry day tuned to the most normal all this and more today on court corks microplastics you've probably heard that word a lot over the past few years we become more and more aware of the tiny fragments of plastic are contaminating every part of are environment there indie arctic the deep sea and on the beaches on the most remote islands there in soils lakes and rivers and even floating in the air and yet given that it's still a big shocked to learn that were eating drinking end breathing micro plastic a lot of it a new study from researchers at the university of victoria and fisheries and oceans canada has calculated just how much it turns out we're consuming at least tens of thousands of micro plastic particles every year and probably a great deal more garcia covering to is part of the team he's a phd student in the department of biology at the university of victoria mr covers and welcome to the show hi bob thanks for having me how did you work workout how much micro plastic we are actually consuming so what we did is we compiled research that had been done my other researchers over roughly the last decade on

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"ten elephants" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

Absurd Hypotheticals

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

"Put it in dinosaur terms in the tail is slightly longer than one of those double decker bus buses in London. So once again, just really, really big boy, and one of the really cool things about Granada. Is that, by the way, the bones, the tail restructured, they could tell the tale was actually like super super muscular? It wasn't just like it wasn't just like used for balance or anything. They as far as can tell it, mostly actually use it for self defense. It just like swept this, you know, like thirty foot long tailed, like sweep away, things or trying to attack it, damn aside from just being big enough that things could like really not attack. It. It was pretty much. They assume that it had really. No actual predators. Because nothing could really like do anything to it. Yeah. It's like it's like an elephant. Like, what are you gonna fucking due to an elephant, right? Except that it was all instead of being an elephant. It was like approximately, you know, eight to ten elephants just stacked on top this together yet. So we had this cool big dinosaur. And from there, I started asking what can we actually do this big dinosaur? And there are some options, I did actually try think about baseball because you have this large, like, I would assume at least somewhat navigator tail just like absolutely wall, a baseball with if you gave it several manage to wind up. But I didn't have any way to actually know exactly how strong the tail was couldn't actually give any, you know, like numbers on anything and how would like any other part of that sport work. Well fortunately, as long enough that, as I mentioned it's rough as long as the path between the basis. Or liens head down touch next bays. So that seems like a pretty good code it. It'd be interesting baseball staff because they'll just be like times at bat, whatever number, you know, singles, and thousand just one hundred percents singles, he get a single and then you steal all the basis. Oh, yeah. This leave just lead to feed and you're there. So maybe a little baseball on top of not actually good numbers for it. So next was construction badly boring, like, yeah. You can like I dunno. Smooth concrete with tale. It just is heavy like flat and things. I don't know plus the Flintstones did it already Flintstones did didn't like it's a thing, but like it's not all that. Great. And honestly, I feel like with this big, you know, this doesn't feel like a construction, this is this is a, a relaxed ancient dinosaur in my opinion, you know, something, this big and just sort of like not care in the world because what can hurt it. So it's not gonna have that drive to like this. Source off, this is a beach dinosaur think about it. Go to the beach. It is tall enough that it is your umbrella, you got this, you know, like ninety fit foot length that is pretty much perfect. Waterslide, oh mood, title slide. And if you just like strap a fan onto that Taylor's get it going. You're going to be cool all day and covered a giant wind of sand, lots of lots of sand is not there's gonna be some kinks to work out. But all the pieces are there. There is one other little thing as well. Actually, the one thing that actually could be pretty great at is actually a search and rescue, because like if something's like trapping to lift it with the tail, and it just has like this giant, you know, naked like reach places so actual answer. Probably good at that. But that's less funny. But it is. That's like that's like the robotics answer to leave. They don't know what robots actually going to be good for made a cool robot like, oh, yeah, it'll be great at search and rescue. Because the, the legs I gave it cool could go over logs. I guess, exactly one of the cool thing that is also very real problem that I decided not to address. So this exact line, appears Kapiti entry it mentions that has a broad unselective plant diet, which the thing is you point out here. So this is a like, forty ton urban four. So it kind of just eats every plant in front of it. I don't really know how feeding this is going to work aside from probably not. Well, so if we had the three foot three foot per day growing planted work, we have all the answer to our problems, but otherwise as kind of problem, I decided not to think about because I don't know. I couldn't actually find an exact amount mean partly because they've only found this one and they can't really. Oh, also back, although sizes I to mention this because of the way the bones restructured, they could tell this, this specimen was actually still growing when it died it wasn't fully grown yet. Oh my God. It

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"ten elephants" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"You'll hear from the biggest names from that series telling. Stories that you've never heard before the two thousand champion, Greg. Biff talked about how he was introduced to the series after racing in the Pacific northwest local guys struggled to get recognized. And and I and I noticed they they did the Tucson winter heat series. Which was in the winter they'd run one race in November one in December one in January, and they would run they would run late models. Winston west and a few in a couple of other divisions did run up three race series in in that is win, you know, nascar's off so everybody sitting on the couch watching TV, so this is televised by SPN to and Benny Parsons. Bob Jenkins in the booth and I became good friends with Benny Parsons through that three race series. I raised two years in a row won the won some of the races. I built cars became good friends with Benny. And I said the Benny Parsons. I'm like, how do I get? You know, how do I get an opportunity to get into the truck series? And I talked Benny about it a lot. And so the story goes Benny Parsons was walking through the garage one day. And if you didn't meet or no Benny Parsons, he could talk to anyone in would remember his memory? If I could have one thirty seconds of his memory. I would probably have to Cup titles for. Don't make a mistake on the racetrack. The guy has a memory like ten elephants, not just one. And he's walking through the garage is, you know, be in with Jack rouse and Jack mentioned to him. Hey, I can't find a driver for my third truck team. I'm starting Tommy KENDALL. You know, it was crazy or or wouldn't accept the offer. Who knows what you know? They had a little dispute the negotiations. Right. That'll happen with drivers. And so he said to him. Hey, don't forget about that kid. I told you about out in Washington. I think he'll do a great job. Jack rouse went to Jeff Smith, which is the president of rows and told Jeff Smith higher that kid. Not get a resume. Not anything. Not just set up a test. He said hire him and so fast forward, I'm sitting in my ivory shop in Washington state. And you know, we build street stocks late models and sell some parts, and I'm working in the, you know, working in the office, and in or I'm working in the shop there my parts man says we're just getting ready to go to lunch Roger night. And that's when we talk about that's our that's our business meeting. You know, we we go to launch and we sit and we okay, what builds are coming up raises. Are we doing, you know, who's cars gotta go this that that's our time to sit down and talk, you know, because we don't have time during the during the day, we're we're slinging parts and cars and building stuff. So my parts manager says Jeff Smith's on the phone for you. And I'm like who the heck is Jeff Smith. And why you give us first and last name, and I'm like, okay. I'll. I'll take it. So I go in there, and I jumped in my office, and I'm I'm talking to on the phone. He told me he was the president Rauch and Jack wanted, you know, MD call and want to know if I was interested in racing the Camping World truck series in two thousand which would be two thousand eight or excuse me, nineteen ninety eight. This was about middle of the year later in the year ninety seven and so I'm in there talking to him on the phone for about thirty minutes, and I have a small window similar to this. It looks out in the shop and Rogers all mad at me. He's like holding his arms up in the air because he thinks I'm missing there on the phone shoot the bowl with somebody. And I write on a piece of paper, Jack rouse, and I hold it up..

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"ten elephants" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"You'll hear from the biggest names from that series telling. Stories that you've never heard before the two thousand champion, Greg. Biff talked about how he was introduced to the series after racing in the Pacific northwest local guys struggled to get recognized. And and I and I noticed they they did the Tucson winter heat series. Which was in the winter they'd run one race in November one in December one in January, and they would run they would run late models. Winston west and a few in a couple of other divisions did run up three race series in in that is win, you know, nascar's off so everybody sitting on the couch watching TV, so this is televised by SPN to and Benny Parsons. Bob Jenkins in the booth and I became good friends with Benny Parsons through that three race series. I raised two years in a row won the won some of the races. I built cars became good friends with Benny. And I said the Benny Parsons. I'm like, how do I get? You know, how do I get an opportunity to get into the truck series? And I talked Benny about it a lot. And so the story goes Benny Parsons was walking through the garage one day. And if you didn't meet or no Benny Parsons, he could talk to anyone in would remember his memory? If I could have one thirty seconds of his memory. I would probably have to Cup titles for. Don't make a mistake on the racetrack. The guy has a memory like ten elephants, not just one. And he's walking through the garage is, you know, be in with Jack rouse and Jack mentioned to him. Hey, I can't find a driver for my third truck team. I'm starting Tommy KENDALL. You know, it was crazy or or wouldn't accept the offer. Who knows what you know? They had a little dispute the negotiations. Right. That'll happen with drivers. And so he said to him. Hey, don't forget about that kid. I told you about out in Washington. I think he'll do a great job. Jack rouse went to Jeff Smith, which is the president of rows and told Jeff Smith higher that kid. Not get a resume. Not anything. Not just set up a test. He said hire him and so fast forward, I'm sitting in my ivory shop in Washington state. And you know, we build street stocks late models and sell some parts, and I'm working in the, you know, working in the office, and in or I'm working in the shop there my parts man says we're just getting ready to go to lunch Roger night. And that's when we talk about that's our that's our business meeting. You know, we we go to launch and we sit and we okay, what builds are coming up raises. Are we doing, you know, who's cars gotta go this that that's our time to sit down and talk, you know, because we don't have time during the during the day, we're we're slinging parts and cars and building stuff. So my parts manager says Jeff Smith's on the phone for you. And I'm like who the heck is Jeff Smith. And why you give us first and last name, and I'm like, okay. I'll. I'll take it. So I go in there, and I jumped in my office, and I'm I'm talking to on the phone. He told me he was the president Rauch and Jack wanted, you know, MD call and want to know if I was interested in racing the Camping World truck series in two thousand which would be two thousand eight or excuse me, nineteen ninety eight. This was about middle of the year later in the year ninety seven and so I'm in there talking to him on the phone for about thirty minutes, and I have a small window similar to this. It looks out in the shop and Rogers all mad at me. He's like holding his arms up in the air because he thinks I'm missing there on the phone shoot the bowl with somebody. And I write on a piece of paper, Jack rouse, and I hold it up..

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"ten elephants" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Demise thirty seconds how can heavy the world's most powerful rocket launch this week from nasser's kennedy space center in cape canaveral florida two spacex led by mosque live broadcast the event to millions both the launch of the rocket and then a live stream of the rather bizarre payload upright redcar with the national suited driver david berry storm and blaring from the speakers and the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy references old adage into the mix so what was the purpose of this done predation showmanship or a scientific game changer well it looks like it's a bit of both a couple of things make falcon heavy special firstly it can carry about double the call gave its nearest operational competitor that sixty four tonnes that can be blasted into space roughly equivalent to ten elephants luckily instead of elephants they used a teslic one of elon musk's other creations along with a dummy drive a cude stall man at the wheel nato chief this great left partly because falcon heavy is actually three falcon nine rockets stuck together they blasted off into lowearth orbit and then the upper capsule containing the payload detached and flight into space and here comes the unusual part the rockets can then be reused may spaceships have rockets crush land which means each new launch has to practically be built from scratch but a falcon heavy counries the rockets this would cut the price significantly must claims his method will reduce the cost of launch by two thirds but it didn't go perfectly to plan too the rockets did make it back with a beautifully controlled synchronized dissent which wild people around the world.

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"ten elephants" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"ten elephants" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Damn but i but i think this when sights on an excellent military budget the us greater than the military bridge the snakes the shore yup and especially now the amazon river has more discharge the next seven largest rivers combined do i don't know do bobby i don't know i just don't think the the blue well one is science fiction that was is definitely fiction okay up the amazon river santa right at the best i can say that they were all lot good at rivers i samples plus had no much more about the the preceding ones a military budget i'm totally buying that i know we're way way more than anybody else and the the next seven large santa right jupiter yeah jupiter one here we go each one and two are the ones that were sticking to meet a bit the mass as j said the mass i'm totally buying volume is a little bit stickier but i'm still going to kind of go with that one as science but it's clear it's close eds it's a totally going to buy that mainly because i i just know jupiter dominates so much that the volume one y'all by it and one of just not by and that the whale the blue whale i've seen the chart i've seen the chart and think charge showed i think what it was was seven to ten elephants elephants now dinosaurs you we were talking ten titanic sores no that's not going to happen it's tight tennis were just immense and and blue whales are great but they're not that the big maybe you know a few titanic was but not ten of them and i just keep seeing that dumped chart with a ten elephants pile together so hope a chart wasn't wasn't bronx i'll say blue whales are fiction.

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