25 Burst results for "Ten Tons"

How GM Built A Car For The Moon

Past Gas

04:00 min | Last week

How GM Built A Car For The Moon

"Before mankind got so much as a sputnik into space, we were already dreaming of what cars would look like on the moon and other planets and the one thousand nine, hundred, fifty s Collier's magazine profiled german-born American rocket scientists, Verner von Braun full name and Verner Magnus. Maximilian Freiherr von Braun. and his Astro Utopian Masterplans for America to explore and colonize the galaxy. The articles were here in one thousand, nine, hundred, fifty style hype with scenes featuring the swaggering title man will conquer space soon. So soon, one of the articles imagined moon exploration that made use of free surface vehicles quote tank like cars equipped with Caterpillar Treads for mobility over the Moon's rough surface power is provided by an enclosed turbine driven by a combustion of hydrogen peroxide and fuel. Oil The vehicle was twenty five miles an hour on flat ground. Since gravity on the moon was only one eighth of that on Earth von Braun poetically pictured the space cars would be followed by a quote spray of dust, which settles almost immediately like a bow wave on a motorboat. That's pretty that's cool image that's visual to imagine the tractors. Each weighing ten tons would drag three trailers, a piece of gear and personnel in preparation for a six-week expiration involving fifty crew members. Crazy I love this sort of like blue sky kind of speculation. Yeah that's why Popular Science was one of my favorite magazines as a kid 'cause they always had like crazy tack on the cover and like all this speculation as to what it would be able to do and I don't think much of that has come to fruition. Maybe maybe less impressive but equally important ways. I. There is a shift in what we focused on and now much of the focus of technologies just collecting our data. So we can. That's a fair point. He sold things. It's like we're not focused on like space cars or. Travel are like we don't have like a passenger jet that breaks the speed of sound anymore but. They know what adds to give me and they know how how often I leave my house? Yeah. I keep getting served ads for crocs. I've been looking at them. I would I. I love him. I love mine. I had served that I really agree with because I was a hold out for a long time and I was like crops are dumb and then once I finally gave in to crocs, it was one of the best days. So yeah, there's a the the six week exploration involving crew members. That's a lot of dudes. Like like. I've mentioned going to space before and like like it's always three people you know. Let's what it feels like. It'll be sick to be up in space with fifty people. That'd be more. More, fun. I think there's a lot of that like there's like a a segment of sci-fi where it's like there's only four people in the space craft in one of them is a killer. Yeah. But like I feel that scenario would be a lot harder to posit when there's fifty people. That isn't that the premise of Jason X. where he goes to space I it sounds like something that would do. Yeah. They'd. Like they're like. I think it's the guy with. Hockey masks. Eight foot tall. Can't be too sure. Don't want to jump to any conclusion. Anyway an article in the series entitled Can we get to Mars imagine a similar scenario with tank like space tractors that would drive the living quarters on the surface of Mars this time traveling from a pole of the planet, all the way to the equator. Pretty Fun in

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Spread of Electric Cars Sparks Fights for Control Over Charging

John and Ken on Demand

02:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Spread of Electric Cars Sparks Fights for Control Over Charging

"Talk about the electric vehicle tax credit he proposes because people think electric cars are the ultimate panacea this. Yeah I mean and and you know you live in California. They've just decided they're gonNA fight all the fires with with electric cars in two, thousand, thirty, five, the reality of course. Yes. Electric cars are good I mean if you own a tesla and if you can afford one actually a fun beagle drive, it also cuts some few too but you need to get a sense of proportion. So he's proposing to at least get back seven, thousand, five, hundred dollars per vehicle, and of course, California throws in another two, thousand, five, hundred dollars and there are many other. tidbits fundamentally spending that much money on a vehicle that over its lifetime will cut ten tons of to. You could've bought that reduction in the north east of trading system for sixty bucks spending ten thousand dollars for something you could have bought for sixty bucks but the bad deal why do electric cars only save a little bit of carbon dioxide? So. It's do things partly, you think that each vehicle emit lots and lots of carbon dioxide over its lifetime it'll probably emit somewhere between twenty and thirty tons. So you can't save more than twenty or thirty times. Now, a lot of people then also believe that electric cars essentially serum mission vehicle. That's true when they're driving. But of course, when you charge them, you will typically charge them with electronics. At least partly from fossil fuels, also the battery is not much more energy consumption of it takes a lot more energy to produce. That's why most electric cars actually do not. A break even in their carbon emissions before they've run somewhere between. Fifty and one hundred thousand miles. I've heard the reality game that you'd have to keep your electric car for quite a few years before you hey, off the carbon. Debt of just. Building the battery. Yes and that, and that's true and again we're going to do this better and of course, we'll be to produce these with less intensive energy use and so on. We'll get better this but the fundamental point is this is not what's GonNa solve warming and certainly paying an enormous. For almost no benefit is a really bad idea. The International Energy Agency head told us a couple of years ago. People think electric ours are going to save the planet. They're wrong they. They just sent that that was the quote and the point is, yes, it's GonNa be a tiny bit not very much. Can

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Missing worker search continues in New Orleans hotel collapse

KYW 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Missing worker search continues in New Orleans hotel collapse

"Rescuers resume their search Sunday for a worker after a deadly construction collapse in New Orleans this weekend search and rescue efforts continue in the rubble of a partially collapsed hotel under construction in New Orleans to find a missing worker correspondent rows of Flores's efforts are being made to stabilize the building there are teams trying to assemble cranes that arrived overnight they weigh a hundred and ten tons each and take at least three hours each to assemble now the cause of this collapse is is under investigation and and authorities here say they don't know exactly what caused the collapse right now but OSHA is on the scene two people were killed in eighteen others injured I'm in

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French tourists face jail time for stealing sand from Sardinia, Italy

WBZ Morning News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

French tourists face jail time for stealing sand from Sardinia, Italy

"A French couple facing jail time for trying to smuggle almost a hundred pounds of sand out of Italy some people buy tee shirts others trinkets but a couple from France shoveled ninety pounds of gold in pain can silky sand the from an Italian beach on the island of Sardinia into their car to remember their holiday the problem is it's a legal the couple is facing a jail term of between one and six years for stealing public property earlier this month of forties return to the island shrinking beaches some ten tons of sand confiscated at the airport from departing tourists Meghan Williams ABC news

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"ten tons" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"ten tons" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ten tons of wheat at the ranch Amman that's that seems like a made up that's Tyson and former NFL player turned marijuana advocate even Britain making the big reveal on the boxer iPod I don't believe that you're smoking twenty thousand pounds of marijuana I do believe that your start in some sort of marijuana a bed and breakfast resort so it's in your best interest to make it right you will hear some sort of you know because we'll have bass of weed eater summarize him got a marijuana bed and breakfast it's the full on like resort went on like a little pot rides and so I I don't know but is it a they're trying to do some sort of big vacation destination right pop things the ranch includes a campground are gonna have music festivals of the world's longest lazy river along with crops of Tyson's own special strictly ninety land for pot head so anyway they produce a Marshall plexi are started getting show that conscience of the nation a call it the I am Mike strain it you you get high so fast it's like you got punched in the face we we have a we have a culture now where we will rule and good people over something minor and you're like out of work yes and then you can also have but he's a convicted rapist in here to our offer right and we are suffering a cannibalism or a Snoop dog or whatever you can rehabilitate people so you can go both directions right with the whole loan modern media yeah yeah well observed he and I have a sexy sexy Bill Clinton reclining in a blue dress and red pumps do you remember the time we had don king in the studio guy Ali how could we forget I don't believe we spoke a word with wearing most gaudy jeans jacket I've ever seen in my life a sequined one with hammer XL yeah good stuff only saw him at the the trumps convention the the Republican convention let me wearing the same jacket don king yeah yeah you spend what he spent on that Jack if you were a couple of times or all the time don king speaking of every eight kill the guy is a street fighter and brawler in in hustler and remain only I might add to come you aren't there that's right any idea you got a gas if you haven't checked out the painting good Armstrong get a dot com Epstein had a painting in his apartment prominently displayed of Bill Clinton in a blue dress and red high heels yeah what the hell does that mean oh boy may I suggest different everyone our techs line is four one five two nine five K. FTC I want to know what it meant to abstain what it means to him four one five two nine five K. FTC maybe just rent boy I'd love to see old Bill Clinton in a tight dress but it could be he was a perfect could be that simple yeah you will you don't know I think you would look good in this outfit yeah bill if you ever considered I don't know I realize the irony this but putting on this blue dress would you do that for me fly into my rate the island again come on I guess some size eleven red pumps here slip these on huh all it's good and it's good yeah No Way sitting sideways in the chair with his legs over the our home boy an older man usually sit traveling again just once it's turned to be a sexual I no longer have any sexual desire at all check it out at Armstrong getting dot com.

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"ten tons" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"ten tons" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Were that's team killed himself he died did he kills a yes yet they found him hanging from her seat that NASA like suicide it does it does right you know a lot of you know this or not Mike Tyson recently left into the weed business he has a marijuana ranch in California he's hoping to make a living at it if he doesn't consume the inventory himself on his podcast hot boxing with Mike Tyson he says he has business Parker's our partner smoke about forty thousand dollars worth of pot a month and that's going to be some high quality THC I'm thinkin if they can't be that good to smoke at forty thousand dollars worth maybe maybe that good he says him is partnered they they smoke ten tons of wheat at the ranch a month wow I mean did they do anything else apparently don't know who's ever left the ranch forty thousand dollars a weed is a lot I could even imagine the conversations taking place and how much weight is the game to Zack exactly he does a podcast I listen to a little bit of this morning unfortunately we can't play any of it we can't can you understand anything is saying yeah in between the F. bombs yes okay yeah it's every other word it it's it's yeah but forty thousand dollars were the weed a month is a lot wow yeah I'm surprised he can do a parking at Seattle and stay on track and the latest we have a forty thousand dollars is a lot yeah all right coming up at five forty will talk about the shake up at the jail were abstain died but right now here's fox business news.

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Singapore police seize massive shipment of elephant tusks and pangolin scales

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Singapore police seize massive shipment of elephant tusks and pangolin scales

"Times a pangolin scales worth over thirty five million dollars and nearly ten tons of elephant ivory worth almost thirteen million dollars has been seized in Singapore it's the third major seizure of pangolin scales this year and its largest seizure of elephant ivory ever the pangolin scales and toss from nearly three hundred African elephants were found in containers being shipped to Vietnam the pangolin is said to be the most widely traffic mammal in the world it scales are made of keratin and are ground up to use in traditional

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Kind, Clif Locked in Energy Bar Battle

Business Wars Daily

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Kind, Clif Locked in Energy Bar Battle

"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business worse daily on this Tuesday, June eighteenth when it comes to the five billion dollar snack industry rivalries are anything, but sweet consider the latest schoolyard, fight between energy bar makers, kind and cliff bar using sugar as its weapon kinds, latest ad campaign taunts cliff for hiding the unhealthy stuff and it's supposedly healthy bars. Did you the first ingredient in this cliff fire is Brown rice, surro-, which is just another name for sugar? This kind of ours. First ingredient is almond which is just another name for almonds taken on face value. The attack ads sounds fairly gentle. But it's a skirmish in a row ward a win. The bar business said to be the fastest growing category at the grocery store. According to outside magazine. There are at least thirty five brands offering more than one hundred fifty types of energy. Bars appealing to quite the wide spectrum of convenience eaters. There's Bobo seemingly homemade oat bars. Meat-based munchies for the paleo crowd kinds nuts, and fruit, concoctions, and cliffs, more, cookie like organic treats, and everyone wants a bigger piece of this pie, especially cliff in kind which have been jousting with each other for months in March industry leader cliff took out an ad in the New York Times suggesting that kind should do what cliff called the kind thing by going organic. Not surprisingly, Cliff's ingredients. Already are cliff even offered to donate ten tons of organic ingredients to kind should kind decide to follow cliffs lead. And if you're taking space in the New York Times, you shouldn't waste it so cliff extended the suggestion to other non organic rivals are ex bar owned by Kellogg's, and Lara bar owned by general mills. Kind didn't respond kindly. Cliffs sideways insult instead, it began attacking cliff were, it's Brown rice syrup, one of one hundred kinds of sweeteners or sugar by another name that kind says so called nutritious bar makers hide in their products. It also filed a petition with the FDA attempting to get the regulator to crack down on what it says a rampant false health claims somewhat ironic because the FDA had crackdown on kind it self or years ago insisting it take its own healthy claims off its, packaging, the FDA reverse that decision. A year later. This is no fight between homegrown entrepreneurs mind, you even though both companies were founded by athletes cooking up better tasting nutrition, bars in their kitchens. The healthy snack business is so tasty, and growing so much faster than other energy standbys, like candy bars that Snickers owner Mars invested in kind in twenty seventeen cliff bar remains privately held owned by its founders in its employees whether consume. Rumors will take kindly to this fight in an industry that prizes. It's brand reputation for friendly, down-home will kindness has yet to be seen. In the meantime, though, expect the battle to become even more intents with shelf space premium in brick and mortar grocery stores. These brands have every reason to do whatever they can to crowd out their rivals. We're sure that whoever wins will save her the victory. I'm wondering this is business wars daily like our show shares with friend, send a Texan Email or share right from your podcast app. How about it? Thanks bunch. We think you're pretty sweet. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. Business wars. Daily is brought to you by Staples. The world of work is changing faster than ever before a week ago open floor plans were in. Now, they're out the pace of our evolving work lives can feel overwhelming. But Staples can help not the old stables, but a new Staples that delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired work may be constantly changing. But Staples is changing right along with it to support you. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change.

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"ten tons" Discussed on Your Weekly Tech Update

Your Weekly Tech Update

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on Your Weekly Tech Update

"Where is roadster dot com. The falcon heavy second mission, which will launch these Saudi Arabia communication, satellite. Arabs out six. Eight. Geostationary orbit is scheduled for January twenty nineteen a US worship has shot down a ballistic missile in space. As part of the latest test of the military's advanced interceptor technology and the entire feet was caught on video. The clip captures the moment sealers aboard the USS. John finn. Intercepted the medium range ballistic missile off, the west coast of Hawaii the SM three eviscerates its targets through the use of sheer force rather than an explosive warhead. It's manufacturer Raytheon describes the interceptor as a kill vehicle that Rams into a ballistic. Missile with the force of a ten ton truck, travelling six hundred miles an hour. The argument can be deployed both on land or at sea. It's designed to intercept short and medium range. Ballistic missiles, like the ones Russia in North Korea are stockpiling before the inbound threats reenter the atmosphere. This latest tests marks only the second ever success for the three following two botched launches in which field to hit its targets. The MDA held the test as a triumph based on observations initial data review noting that it will continue to evaluate the system's performance. Even though robo racists self driving car made it all the way up the hill at the Goodwood festival of speed. It won't be operating on algorithms alone. When its first season kicks off robo race has unveiled the car that will star in its inaugural season. You might notice one big difference between the car that'll run in races. And the. Car that was unveiled previously. Namely, there's space for a driver. Now what's going on guys? That's because robo racist. First season will use manned vehicles instead of driverless ones robo races, original intention and the goal that still strives towards in twenty twenty one was to create a completely driverless race the racing series would supply the vehicles and all the required hardware for a tawny. But it would be up to each team to create the algorithms and everything that actually made the cars run that means each team would have cars performing differently as opposed to a single speck of software that would probably lead to some boring races that first season which should start this spring. We'll be pretty interesting, according to motor sport dot com. Robo racists season alpha will probably have a single digits worth of cars on the grid. But they won't be exclusively under the control of Cubans. Either the race could be partly human driven with the rest left to artificial intelligence the car that will be used in season alpha is actually based on death bought the vehicle robo race used to help develop and demonstrate itself. Driving tech Dev bought two point. Oh, we'll be shaped similarly to the prototype, and it's capable of running under either human or computer control plans might have changed a bit. But robo racists, still insistent that it'll be worth watching the series space..

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"ten tons" Discussed on Your Weekly Tech Update

Your Weekly Tech Update

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on Your Weekly Tech Update

"Where is roadster dot com. The falcon heavy second mission, which will launch these Saudi Arabia communication, satellite. Arabs out six. Eight. Geostationary orbit is scheduled for January twenty nineteen a US worship has shot down a ballistic missile in space. As part of the latest test of the military's advanced interceptor technology and the entire feet was caught on video. The clip captures the moment sealers aboard the USS. John finn. Intercepted the medium range ballistic missile off, the west coast of Hawaii the SM three eviscerates its targets through the use of sheer force rather than an explosive warhead. It's manufacturer Raytheon describes the interceptor as a kill vehicle that Rams into a ballistic. Missile with the force of a ten ton truck, travelling six hundred miles an hour. The argument can be deployed both on land or at sea. It's designed to intercept short and medium range. Ballistic missiles, like the ones Russia in North Korea are stockpiling before the inbound threats reenter the atmosphere. This latest tests marks only the second ever success for the three following two botched launches in which field to hit its targets. The MDA held the test as a triumph based on observations initial data review noting that it will continue to evaluate the system's performance. Even though robo racists self driving car made it all the way up the hill at the Goodwood festival of speed. It won't be operating on algorithms alone. When its first season kicks off robo race has unveiled the car that will star in its inaugural season. You might notice one big difference between the car that'll run in races. And the. Car that was unveiled previously. Namely, there's space for a driver. Now what's going on guys? That's because robo racist. First season will use manned vehicles instead of driverless ones robo races, original intention and the goal that still strives towards in twenty twenty one was to create a completely driverless race the racing series would supply the vehicles and all the required hardware for a tawny. But it would be up to each team to create the algorithms and everything that actually made the cars run that means each team would have cars performing differently as opposed to a single speck of software that would probably lead to some boring races that first season which should start this spring. We'll be pretty interesting, according to motor sport dot com. Robo racists season alpha will probably have a single digits worth of cars on the grid. But they won't be exclusively under the control of Cubans. Either the race could be partly human driven with the rest left to artificial intelligence the car that will be used in season alpha is actually based on death bought the vehicle robo race used to help develop and demonstrate itself. Driving tech Dev bought two point. Oh, we'll be shaped similarly to the prototype, and it's capable of running under either human or computer control plans might have changed a bit. But robo racists, still insistent that it'll be worth watching the series space..

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"ten tons" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:08 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on KTRH

"Old. Believe that years old if you get on my website, which is already Gillard dot com. You that? That's the first thing that comes up the museum. So I bought the property, and I'm going to create an we get our museum. And what I mean by that is I received amazing gifts throughout the last fifty years, I used to work with Salvador Dali, so he gave me sculptures. He also gave me a walk crystal sphere that belong to learn ardor Davinci. Oh my God. Vinci painted a painting called Salvatore Mundi. We is Jesus Christ. And Jesus Christ. He's holding that very same row, crystal that Salvador Dali gave me. The painting was sold for four hundred fifty million dollars. Over there will be items from David Bowie. John Lennon, Michael Jackson, who is my great friend Elvis Presley my Cadillac, you know, I own a Fleetwood Brougham nineteen seventy six feet Fleetwood Brougham, which I brought to show off in my. Hey days in nineteen seventy. But I really wanted later on a decades later riveted two thousand spoons tweets body. So it's actually became a sculptor. It's a sculpture stood in Israel. It was in the museum of the visionary motor museum in Baltimore. He twin to dozens of museums around the world. So the Cadillac will be there. But we really the highlight the amazing thing that the museum will have is outside the museum. I'm building the largest. Spoon in the world. It'll be eighteen meters. Wow. And we'll wait ten tons. And that everyone we wanna photograph this food. That's a big spoon. That's a fifty four foot spoon. Plus. Yup. And do you know that my museum is right next to where Napoleon, you know. They were the siege of Jaffa way, which was fought for three to set the on the eve of eight from the third to the seventh of March seventeen ninety nine between FRANZ and the ultimate empire. And of course, the French were led by Napoleon, and they captured Jaffa, but what I discovered inside this structure, which would be my museum is even more far out. I doubt in intuitively. I found under the ground in old ancient soap factory the Muslims five hundred years ago or eight hundred years ago did not by. So from Europe because it was made from big oil. Okay. He's one of the first soap factories of olive oil, soap, and they are killed. You saw just freaked out because they've they've never seen anything preserved. So well, what's the target date for the museum November eleventh of two thousand nineteen? But now I was asked now hold on here. Because this is going to be really freaking we can and to show this take a few questions, I've been asked are you ready for this? I've been asked to find the ark of the covenant. My gosh that would be amazing now some people think it's in a church and the opium DVD of Jerusalem in the sixth century BC, you know, the whereabouts of the ark of the covenant has been a mystery. I mean describing the Old Testament the bible that the arc served as a visible sign. In of God's presence to the Israelites. Now, according to the bible, the ark was last known to have rested in the temple of Solomon in Jerusalem. Now, whether he was destroyed stolen or moved this remains and will remain Hayden as Mr. until I find it. So this is my next big project because if I find the ark of the covenant with the ten commandments in it. It'll definitely be. Hey, hey, stole. My god. Amazing. How do you even begin a journey like that? Well, you know, I doubt for oil fields successfully full gold. You know, I became the Mexican president awarded me a Mexican passport because I found for panics for the Mexican national. Company. Yeah. So I will bow. I have an idea where wary is and yeah, you're going to get on a plane inside flight to Israel. And we will we'll open the ark together. Do that next. Then you're going to look for Noah's ark. Well, yeah, we all know about. It's up there somewhere. Yeah. There some where do we have time for a few more questions? Yeah. Let's take some calls here. We've got about the seventy eight minutes left. Let's go to Blair in Sedona. Arizona. Blair, welcome to the program, you're on whether we Geller. Thank you, George. George yuri. With your personal you UFO fairy embrace, author jock fillets opinion that this you up. Oh, phenomena act like a thermostat, you know, kicking in from time to time guiding our consciousness upward yet always just out of reach to our full crash as material beans. You you know, what I absolutely believe that Jackson as a genius. And he's written quite a few books. Yes. I do believe that to a point. Remember that we are as humans. We're only two hundred fifty thousand three hundred thousand years old, maybe we're star children. Maybe your folk rushed on planet earth a million years ago and recalled out of it, and yeah, it's it's endless because the universe is infinite so anything and everything is possible in the universe. Of course, there extraterrestrials all extraterrestrials in the universe. What a waste of space. That would be there. There are quite a few different not if you a multitude of extraterrestrial intelligence is in species from interstate from outer space. There's no doubt that would be being visited and the government knows it. So that's that's my answer. Let's take another call. Thanks for calling. We've got Jeff and Santa Rosa California now. Hey, Jeffrey, go ahead. Hey, guys. This is my first time talking to somebody in Israel and to the people of Israel. And I'm very glad to my voice unconscious is going to try. Found a Marcham based on here in San Jose, California, actually covers all of the California coastline. And wondering if they're harboring hibernating martians in the in the underground heart of the basis and also I'd like to ask you about the humanoid Ichi robots Gersino nurse and their air support. If I may, okay, listen like I said before there is nothing. I do not believe in nothing. Everything is possible under the mass vast universe that has been in and billions and billions and billions of galaxies. And it's it's endless 0. So you'll questions I mean, I wish I knew that answer is. But I would never say, no, I don't believe that. Because I'm open minded, I want to believe that everything and anything is possible in is happening. So, hey, maybe you are onto something very exciting. Who knows? I don't know. Because I don't I'm not near you. I'm with you. I haven't experienced what you are you discovered. But I'm I'm a believer. So yeah, that's a possibility. Listen every movie, that's so far you've seen and you've seen George all the science fiction films. They're all going to happen someday. Everything that you've seen movie land today will happen. Whether it's from the the space of two thousand one space odyssey Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C Clarke to the they humanoids to the robots do the artificial intelligence. I mean, telepathy look at telepathy superhumans with ability to read anyone's mind could be real by twenty thirty eight. I mean, if you ever wanted to read someone's thoughts, you don't wait two more decades, and you might be able to do that, you know, superhumans with the ability to communicate using just their brains. Could be walking the earth within two decades. Just can you fathom that? And this comes from surgeons and scientists, you know, we we're going to be implanted with little tiny chips that you can hardly see the grain of that size. And you connect to the internet will be able to communicate your brain power through the internet. So. Yeah. Yeah. I I'm a believer. Okay. Let's take another call. Let's go to Hawaii Carlos is with us now on a high Carlos, George YouTube. Economic Carlos you and I worked on several several different operations projects together. Do you recall? Tell us more and more Carlos tell us more. What what do you mean? When you verify that that was in fact Lee Harvey Oswald when he came out, and he and you verified that it was him the air force intelligence officer who who also co signed on that verification. Do you remember who that was that was me? I do remember. But these are very sensitive issue that I can. No, no, no. All right. Listen to me. I have the clearances. I can talk about whatever I choose to talk about wherever whenever to home ever. So go ahead. The major point of this is that you verify Lee Harvey Oswald was alive after the assassination while you're asking me that no I'm not asking. I'm I'm telling you. I saw okay. That's very is. In college. I wanted to speak to you more. And I'm I'm asking you to get on my website, find my Email address, which is already at dot com. Email me because I want to communicate with you about this. I know on this phone not on this program. There are sensitive issues here that are still top secret that we really cannot talk about. Okay. Let's take another call. I'll be waiting to hear from your car. We're going to run out of time only got about thirty seconds left. So again, go ahead. Goodbye to everyone. I'm sending you a big hug and a huge case.

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"ten tons" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on WTVN

"Years old. Believe that it's sows years old. If you get on my website, which is already Geller dot com. You that? That's the first thing that comes up the museum. So I bought the property, and I'm going to create an we get our museum. And what I mean by that is I received amazing gift throughout the last fifty years, I used to work with Salvador Dali, so he gave me sculptures. He also gave me a walk crystal sphere that belong to learn ardor Davinci. Oh my God Vinci. Painted a painting called Salvatore Mundi, which is Jesus Christ. And Jesus Christ. He's holding that very same world, crystal that Salvador Dali gave me. The painting was sold for four hundred fifty million dollars. Over there will be items from David Bowie. John Lennon, Michael Jackson, who is my great friend Elvis Presley my Cadillac, you know, I own a Fleetwood Brougham nineteen seventy six feet Fleetwood Brougham, which I bought to show off in my hey days in nineteen seventy. But I really wanted later on a decade later riveted two thousand spoons tweets body. So it's actually became a sculptor. It's a sculpture and the student museum with Israel. It was in the museum of the visionary motor museum in Baltimore. He twin to dozens of museums around the world. So the Cadillac will be there. But we really the highlight the amazing thing that the museum will have is outside the museum. I'm building the largest bent spoon in the world. It'll be eighteen meters. Wow. Wow. And it will wait ten tons. And that everyone we want to photograph this spoon spoon. That's a fifty four foot spoon. Plus. Yup. And do you know that my museum is right next to where Napoleon, you know. They were the siege of Jaffa way, which was fought from three to set the on the eve of eight from the third to the seventh of March seventeen ninety nine between France and the ultimate empire. And of course, the French were led by Napoleon, and they captured Jaffa, but what I discovered inside this structure, which would be my museum is even more far out. I doubt and intuitively I found under the ground in old ancient soap factory the Muslims five hundred years ago or eight hundred years ago did not by so from. In Europe because it was made from pig oil. Okay. He's one of the first soap factories of olive oil, soap, and they are killed. You saw it just freaked out because they've they've never seen anything preserved. So well, what's the target date for the museum November eleventh of two thousand nineteen? But now I was asked now hold on here because this is going to be really freaking we can and show with this and take a few questions. I mean, I asked are you ready for this? I've been asked to find the ark of the covenant. My gosh. That would be amazing though. Some people think it's at a church in Ethiopia TV of Jerusalem in the sixth century BC. You know, the whereabouts of the ark of the covenant has been a mystery describing the Old Testament in the bible that the arc served as a visible. Sign of go. Oats presents to the Israelites. Now, according to the bible, the ark was last known to have rested in the temple of Solomon in Jerusalem. Now, whether he was destroyed stolen or moved this remains and will remain Hayden as Mr. until till I find it. So this is my next big project because if I find the ark of the covenant with the ten commandments in it. It'll definitely behavior he stole. My God amazing. How do you even begin a journey like that? Well, you know, I douse for oilfield successfully full gold. You know, I became the Mexican president awarded me a Mexican passport because I found for panics for the Mexican. Oh. Company. Yeah. So I will Bow Street. I have an idea where it is. And yeah, you're gonna get on a plane inside fly to Israel. And we will we'll open the ark together. Do that the next then you're gonna look for Noah's ark. Well, yeah, we all know about oh, it's up there somewhere. Yeah. There is some where do we have time for a few more questions? Yeah. Let's take some calls here. We've got about the seventy eight minutes left. Let's go to Blair in Sedona. Arizona. Blair, welcome to the program, you're on whether we Geller. Thank you, George. George yuri. With your personal you fairy embrace, author jock delays opinion that this you both phenomena act like a thermostat, you know, kicking in from time to time guiding our consciousness upward yet always just out of reach to our full grass as material beans. You know, what I absolutely believe that Jackson as a genius. And he's written quite a few books. Yes. I do believe that to a point. Remember that we are as humans. We're only water two hundred and fifty thousand three hundred thousand years old, maybe we're star children. Maybe your foe crashed from planet earth a million years ago and recalled out of it, and yeah, it's it's endless because the universe is infinite so anything and everything is possible in the universe. Of course, there extraterrestrials all executions in the universe. What a waste of space that would be there. They're quite a few different not if you a multitude of extraterrestrial intelligence is in species from inner space outer space. There's no doubt that would be being visited and the government knows it. So that's that's my answer. Let's take another call. Thanks for calling. We've got Jeff in Santa Rosa, California. Now. Hey, Jeffrey, go ahead. This is my first time talking to somebody in Israel, and to the people of Israel and very glad that my voice and consciousness is echoing at Trisha Lynch. Found a mushroom based on here in San Jose, California, actually covers all of the California coastline. And wondering if they're harboring hibernating martians in the in the underground heart of the basis and also I'd like to ask you about the humanoid robots Gersino nurse and their air support. If I may, okay, listen like I said before there is nothing. I do not believe in nothing. Everything is possible. Under the mass fast universe that has been in and billions and billions and billions of galaxies. And it's it's endless 0. So you'll questions I mean, I wish I knew that answer is. But I would never say, no, I don't believe that. Because I'm open minded I wanted to believe that everything and anything is possible in these happening. So, hey, maybe you are onto something very exciting. Who knows I don't know. Because I Don I'm not near you. I'm with you. I haven't experienced what you are you discovered. But I'm I'm a believer. So yeah, that's a possibility. Listen every movie, that's so far you've seen and you've seen George all this science fiction films. They're all going to happen someday. Everything that you've seen movie land today will happen. Whether it's from the the space of two thousand one space odyssey Stanley Kubrick to see Clark. To the they humanoids to the robots to the artificial intelligence. I mean, telepathy, look telepathy superhumans with ability to read anyone's mind could be real by twenty thirty eight. I mean, if you ever wanted to read someone's thought, you don't wait two more decades, and you might be able to do that, you know, superhumans with the -bility to communicate using just their brains could be walking the earth within two decades. Just Matt can you fathom that? And this comes from surgeons and scientists, you know, we we're going to be implanted with little tiny chips that you can hardly see the grain of sand that size, and you connect to the internet will be able to communicate you brainpower through the internet. So yeah, I I'm a believer. Okay. Let's take another call. Let's go to Hawaii Carlos is with us now on Oahu. Hi carlos. George you to my. Back in Carlos you and I worked on several several different operations projects together. Do you recall? Tell us more and more Carlos tell us more. What what do you mean? When you verify that that was in fact, the RV Oswald when he came out, and he and you verified that it was him the air force intelligence officer who who also co signed on that verification..

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"ten tons" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on Liftoff

"We remember casino its final orbit and then plunge into Saturn's atmosphere last year. But as we talked about then it, it takes a, it's gonna take a while to sort of unfold and sort of deal with all the data that we got back from those those final days and hours in moments of the mission, and a lot of those coming out now the journal science published a big body of work about. It's very few final orbits as interesting stuff I wanted to talk about the surprising thing is that from the innermost ring, which is the d ring around Saturn, very, very close, very, very thin ring. This dropping ten tons of material per second down. Into Saturn's atmosphere. And so you may think, well, that's probably water ice rack. We know a lot of those rings or water ice and dust. Turns out that turns out this is things like methane and carbon and hydrogen. So you have you have these this organic material sort of raining down on Saturn from this innermost ring. And this raises a lot of questions like, where's this material coming from is being replenished somehow or eventually the DVD's going to just disappear as all this material gets pulled down into the planet. Lots of questions being raised by this. Science also talked about the the radiation belt for coming around Saturn's. We talk a lot about this Jupiter right that a lot of these moons anti about Juno having to be hardened against the radiation there. It's a similar deal Saturn, but if you'll get some of these visualizations of the the radiation belt, it has big gaps in it as it passes through the rings. And so- Cassini was able to measure that as it as it made these tighter and tighter orbits around Saturn coming in and out of the of these radiation belts. Something that I had been hypothesized before, but sort of now nailed down with Cassini information. Some in reading this is sort of surprised me is that we don't actually know what a day is on. Saturn, we don't know much about Saturns core. We don't know how fast it rotates. There is some evidence talking about the magnetic access. Being aligned with the spin, but a lot of unknown still about this planet that we spent Cassini spent a long time there in that system, but there's still some really like basic questions about how Saturn the plan is comprised and how it interacts. It's interesting when you have a big planet like that. It is, and we've done this with Jupiter and Saturn, it's very hard to figure out some of the things about like, well, plus there's the whole idea like what is a day like, well, how do you define that is, is it the amount of time it takes to be cloud tops to spin is at the core? What you know, what is it for gas giant. It's tricky tricky, and we, there's so much more this something I love whenever we talk about a new planetary probe, there are it's very clear from the instruments that are put on new planetary probes. Like there's so much. We don't know about these planets like we, we know so much more than we used to. But there's so much. We don't know that that another mission with another set of instruments could. Absolve. Maybe we just need to spend more time exploring filler system, what crazy idea. Yeah, some more planetary missions might be idea..

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"ten tons" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Swiped from you How about this one A ten. Ton steel bridge stolen how'd? You steal a. Bridge here's the story There's a million dollar gaffe in the Czech Republic's railroad budget thanks. To the theft of a. Ten ton bridge near the eastern town of Slavkov. The bridge burglary being attributed this is from a website called ATI dot com the bridge burglary is being attributed to a train gang who reportedly arrived at Slavkov's depot with forged paperwork claiming that the footbridge over the disused railway track had to come down a spokesperson for the railway claim that the thieves said they had been hired to demolish the. Bridge to remove the unwanted railway track, to make way for, new cycle route it was only after they had gone that checks were made and we realized we. Had been had the cost of replacing the bridge. Will run into the millions the thieves then dispel like a whole huge crew the thieves slowly dismantled the bridge. And six hundred fifty feet? Of track and Presumably are selling it for scrap metal a big problem in that region balls Just forged paperwork that sounds like a movie yeah we're here for bridge we. Wouldn't even believe nobody can steal Ida. And they did just been faked. Paperwork nobody, checked Jen on the AC expressway you're on, New Jersey one zero one point five Hello Okay what are you have? Now are you the sea for you have something stolen from? You I am the dirty dirty. Thief Okay And some. Accomplices this is quite some time. Ago there was a pig like a. War I'm not talking like a small. One People don't. Let their probably sixty pounds in a, in a front yard is involved and, we, took it because we thought it was stupid? Son brought it. Back to Delmar department and we. All sat around thinking like okay what. Do we do this kind of wrong Here we come Shore you could put a ban on it and a cigarette in its mouth and take pictures and send it to the house like holding pickerel every something that often happens Never came to fruition return it many months, later it was a wake your rental so All. Right Pig out and you could? Return. It no in all, those months the where did the pig reside in my. Living room Often You say that like it was My living room Because he had thought. It'd be. Stolen, all right now were you under or over eighteen when? He did this I. Was, over. Eighteen yeah nice where are you and your friends drunk when? You did this Now now really I really wasn't I'm still. Not a drinker Oh that's fine Born, in the suburbs. Like, driving solar My, friends parents neighborhood Either Dumb, like but not really mad an adult like I know how much yard Oh Besides, dumb but at least they didn't have it in their living. Room we have is we have a. Pig Why why Pig. For? Years Oh my my. Wife likes pigs we have a cement Pagano backyard Many many times Same thing Yeah or more hits, a hefty. Hefty, pig yeah it just. Hangs out it's just, an ornament, the wins. The lawn Lori, and planes burrow you're. On New Jersey one. Zero one, point five Yes. Hi Okay Can you hear? Me, yeah we. Think Lori you're? Having, an issue Lori are you at, risk, you hear me now Laura. Go has, is, fascinating yes we can? Hear you go ahead Oh. My up Radio No. Okay, moving, Lori we. Can we cannot hear. You we will not I think. I think she must not have heard? Us. Assuming that had, to be why else would she. Have done. That. Okay Dan in. Piscataway, you're, on New Jersey? One. Zero. One, point, five someone's. Women's phone hey Dan. How are you I'm doing well so you gotta go. Back in time a little bit nineteen? Sixty. Seven my parents, had moved me and obviously him. To Brussels, Belgium, and that's summer. We, actually, went to Berlin You're in Berlin you do the, Checkpoint. Charlie you go through our to the east And we do a tour along the Berlin Wall as the. Path there's a were you, the tour guide case you and there was a fence I hopped over, the fence grabbed a brick from the Berlin Wall in while I was doing that you could hear. The, guard up in. The watchtower ratchet up his, whatever and hop back over brick now Was it right out of the wall it was just, like a loose brick that you had noticed or a stray brick like how did you get it. Out Well don't forget we're on the west side so it was kind of loose Yup them but. It was red red brick but it? Was old I mean obviously he had taken from the bombing and all the rest of, it when they built the thing And go have that breaks that's that's pretty cool that part of the Berlin Wall As a You buy it kind of came free with a video game Do you, think it's legit I don't know they say this I mean it's just a little pebble that's? Supposed, to be from the actual? Berlin Wall? Was it from oh what's? The name. Of that military game we'll we'll game was it You don't remember remember the name of. It what is? The, famous game there's tons of? Them with? The first person. Of honor It was not medal of honor I would've thought for sure I we're talking about time just strange. Things that have, been stolen whether you took him or it was taken from. You one eight hundred two eight three one. Zero one.

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Palestinians sort through 8 years of mail held by Israel

KRLD Sunday Morning News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Palestinians sort through 8 years of mail held by Israel

"Some, snail mail is slower than you might think imagine having to sort through ten, tons of letters and packages that Israel had been blocking for years the mail was being held in Jordan and Israel says there were delays in implementing a postal agreement with, the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah some. Of the packages date back, to. Two thousand and ten and include photographs and even wheelchairs while there is an agreement to allow Palestinians to receive mail directly from. Jordan it has never. Been fully

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Contact sports increase Parkinson's disease risk

At Home with Gary Sullivan

03:03 min | 2 years ago

Contact sports increase Parkinson's disease risk

"Special effects it's. The practical stunts and real world sequences that make a movie like this rise above the. Rest sure staging an action scene in the computer gives. The filmmaker more control but there's nothing quite as thrilling as watching the actual star of the film performing such impressive spots Trust anybody It's Hollywood's last chance to have a huge blockbuster before the kids start to head back, to school and they picked the fine one to make. That happen mission impossible fall. Out rocks this is Kevin car fact is at the movies. Dot com Tim tebow is likely not going to see, his hopes of playing in the majors. This year more on that from correspondent John Stolnis the former NFL quarterback and. Heisman Trophy winner broke the hamate bone in his right hand as he. Took a swing. During a minor league game last week Tibo plays for the New York. Mets AA. Affiliate in Binghamton and was put on the disabled list over the weekend Tibo is scheduled to have surgery. And. Probably won't play again this year as a result he turns thirty. One next month and made the AA all star team this year it was thought he could get a September call up. When the rosters expand with the struggling last place Mets he to. Seventy three with six home runs at Binghamton this season, his, second year as a Mets minor leaguer after a three year career. In the NFL I'm John Stolnis a young athletes hard hits in sports can certainly take it's toll, in later life Sierra Crawford has that story athletes who. Play hockey football boxing and. Other sports that involve repetitive hits to the head may have increased risk of developing body disease which can trigger parkinson's researchers from boston university in the v._a. boston healthcare system analyzed nearly seven hundred brains as part of a chronic traumatic encephalopathy studying found of the former athletes about eighty one percent were found to have c. in twenty percent of those were diagnosed with lewy body disease some experts appraising the findings as researchers have attempted to find out for years was behind the loss of motor function that occurs in a small number of c._t._e. cases i'm sierra crawford a drug sniffing dog in the country of columbia has been reassigned to ensure her safety correspondent t._j. cutini tells us why the six year old german shepherd named sambre which means shadow recently sniffed out nearly ten tons of cocaine belonging to colombia's most notorious criminal organization that you're a bangles in retaliation the game put out a two million peso or seventy thousand dollars bounty on sambas head police have reassigned the dog to bogota airport a place considered much safer for her is it's outside of the Area of influence still the counter-narcotics forces she'll now be accompanied by extra officers to ensure her safety during. Deployments TJ teeny jimbohannon is championing one stores efforts on the offbeat Zone What would you pay for a VHS tape going to go for like a dollar or, two something like. That Jason champion actually gets that much for VHS. Tapes sometimes more came in the big. Boxes you remember.

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"ten tons" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

"I mean it's not round the corner but it will surely happen at some point bit of a concern me first of all bit concerned because i love driving so so i hope that somehow will be able to keep some opportunities to drive cars in the future as well there's a certain space to do that i really think that would be is it important no but i just hope from a pleasure side and that it that it will be possible but a concern that i also have like for example is if there's like i mean i think the trucking space is maybe going to be one of the first spaces where we're gonna see a deployed in cars because it's just one of the most benign environments yet so on the motorway from one depot to another without going into any city areas or anything but isn't that don't you see that as quite an issue you're going to be on the motorway and you just going to have these huge massive long convoys of artificial intelligence driven trucks without drivers in there and huge huge traffic as a result and all that don't you see that as being being an issue or you see there's definitely going to be progress as a result it's a tough question the artificial intelligence part i have no opinion on i don't work in that area but the whole business of electric trucks i find impossible to grasp because the the mass i mean a truck in the united states is allowed to take up to twenty metric tonnes how you gonna put a load of twenty metric tonnes on a truck unless it's all battery i mean it just to me this is a glibness there i i saw the demonstration of moscow driving up the with the electric truck while it was it was just the cab the there is no payload given what the energy density of batteries is now in even doubling it i just don't see how you're going to have an all electric fleet your other point i think is is the greater concern which is the the combination of some artificial intelligence driven trucks with the sentient motorists side by side the truck on the highway is one thing but that last mile the truck unless you're gonna put all of your depots right their roadside on the highway there's going to have to be some movement onto onto city streets i'm still puzzled but you know maybe twenty years from now we'll look back on this and say it should have been obvious to us you say that's fully loaded truck at the moment we wear the batteries are at you say you just cannot get the necessary range with fully loaded truck is that what you're saying yes i mean if you want to if you want to move say ten tons of material you probably have ten tons of batteries and that's not gonna work while it can work if you you know if your intent on it i mean i i want saw an image of a hydrogen powered car and it was on the roads in colorado and the cars driving and behind it is a giant tanker truck full of hydrogen because there no hydrogen fueling stations but the whole idea is that petroleum gasoline had such a high energy density that in a in the confines of of very few several hundred leaders you can have excellent range but with batteries that kind of scaling just doesn't happen so i think people need to be a little bit more sanguine about some of these predictions so you're not taking elon musk too seriously at the moment when he when he shows the world his truck without any load in the back well if you just want to drive a a truck that has no load be my guest but i don't see how that's going to change the trucking industry what other solution might you see which could enter into the trucking world sooner and be more sustainable while if you wanna make it more.

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"ten tons" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Year that's what they call it the market a year so if you're planning on going this weekend go we've got great weather i don't know if it's gonna rain on saturday or so no tomorrow it's going to be ni i guess ninety or have the forecast in front of me hello tonight mainly clear low sixty eight tomorrow hot and humid intervals of clouds and sunshine they don't talk about a rain sunday warm and humid with morning clouds breaking for some sun shower or thunderstorm around especially in the afternoon high eighty six eighty seven on monday tuesday not as warm but still humid with a high eighty so pay summertime and limited is easy but it's going to be fun fun race day one of the things that i love to spend money on when i get there just too much of it is going to the vintage grand prix and they make the lemonade with it's what the fresh lemons and they they shake the thing up and they squeezed lemons right in front of them they put i don't know ten tons of sugar in their own my god they're so good especially when it's so hot you just go yeah i gotta do that dennis is in why is my mouth others dennis puertas ville let me get you on dennis welcome to katie k my friend what's on your mind well i want i want to vote for president great we've all made mistakes before haven't we yeah but you know i you you make a lot of sense but at the same time i guess what i'm trying to say is okay but why cold why is it talk about the tariff is us a little bit yeah go ahead why doesn't and mexico they can't sell their products at the us in china whoever they can you know i don't i don't know how that works but well i don't either but i think you're onto something dennis i mean i think after awhile if if we continue just being obstinate that these countries will find other people to purchase their products and they'll find other products that they can import as well i mean that to me is the real danger and we didn't see it obviously happening this weekend this week but that could be making i study i hear what you're saying but you don't want there's okay spoke you know how much the we import from mexico right right it's a tough call i sits south call i know well and you know and it is it needs diplomacy i mean obviously they are they're making out pretty well with us and we are taking you know on the fan with a lot of these with a lot of the stuff that's been brought in from china and whatnot and other countries as well but i don't know that the way to to get through that is two fold your arms and say no more we're not going to talk anymore we're i mean that doesn't seem to get anything done i understand what you're saying about folding the arms and we're not gonna talk yeah don't you think that you know once once bad hair donnie what's out this thing like okay let's let's just talk a little bit i agree i agree we can't we negotiate something yeah i mean obviously he called attention to it in a big way and so everybody now is talking trade tariffs and okay that's fine but again let's get to it let's let's figure it out let's let's have a better a better plan than just an opening salvo you know i mean you get into an argument and you call somebody a nasty name and then and then what happens next you know do you that's what i'm thinking oh bloody nose but then just get resolved by me buying you a drink and you buy me a drink howard you know maybe next week or walk out i don't know do we get the whole bar and a fight i i i hear you dentist i hear you man it's it's one of those things that that that needs to be taken care of like immigration needs to be taken care of but we need a plan that is comprehensive that goes from beginning to middle to end you know what that immigration business act test drive crazy why in my mind he just you know instead of april climbing over the fence yeah this walk across and.

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"ten tons" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now dispatched from one part of syria that's found a kind of uneasy calm the frayed he shield area as it's become known is a rebelheld part of the country on the border with turkey turkey of course is allied with the opposition fighting against the syrian regime and helps fund police in schools they're also running a massive aid effort for refugees npr's ruth sherlock where permission to make a trip inside to find out why when you cross into this part of syria you're immediately hit by the share crush of human life the streets are crowded with motorcycles sometimes four people to a bike shepherds navigate their goats amid the traffic of cars and trucks and everywhere you look on the roadside and in the mud amid olive groves there were refugee camps it's safe ahead in other parts of rebelheld syria for one thing the skies a quiet it's so close to the turkish border that the syrian regime and his ally russia dan risk as strikes here for fear of techies advances in fact tacky controls much of this part of syria even the schools here teach turkish and tacky has launched a massive emergency aid effort logic good i ought coordination now is the local coordinator for the turkish development agency he speaks to us from the age distribution center that he says provides help to both local syrians and the internally displaced who live in this turkish bacteria he shares this around some of the eleven huge warehouses on the grounds he takes us inside one the place is piled high with tents blankets mattresses who says is the emergency aid for those who arrived from other parts of syria recently there's been a flood of people fleeing fighting near damascus aid workers busily pack food into boxes lentils flower another warehouse has been turned into a bread factory hundreds of lumps of dough pass through an oven on a conveyor belt emerging as hot flash brad oh most issues a local employees explains where he's seeing i should pay they used ten tons of dough to make bread for ten thousand people in the camps staley the effort is vital for the refugees here and it could help prevent another influx of syrians over techies border says hide hide an analyst with the british think tank chatham house i reach him by skype started with providing some kind of humanitarian aid in order to feed people that's all they don't cross the three key but also to encourage today refugees who are in turkey to move back to syria tacky wants to make this place an area that syrians feel safe to go back to but that type still feels like a distant dream for them fad coordination says they struggled to provide even enough tents for the new arrivals that seem to come every day and they're still the question of who will eventually control this area that will depend on the war but for now turkey wants to make clear that it is in control bruce sherlock npr news northern syria.

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"ten tons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A time of greater scrutiny for american forces serving in africa a defense official says the allegations of misconduct involve multiple fellow female service members and the two navy seals have been ordered back to their home stations for investigation by the navy's criminal investigative service but why does not apologizing for a derogatory remark made by staffer about arizona republican senator john mccain during a briefing press secretary sarah sanders said she would not validate a leak from an internal staff meeting people on the big island of wii being warned about the threat of a large volcanic eruption of the summit crater could hurl enormous rocks weighing as much as ten tonnes i'm martin necker with bloomberg sports i'm paul edwards after winning seventeen of eighteen games the yankees have been cooled off as they've lost two in a row the oakland a's come to the bronx smack four home runs and beat the bombers ten five is oakland pounded former teammates sonny gray area and boone seeing the right hander allow five runs in five innings plus stuff was pretty good actually on the three running they're just made some mistakes on with two strikes to mistakes were home runs hit by chris davis and matt chapman in that third inning meanwhile in philly the mets were down one nothing on the top of the ninth michael conforto belt a toronto merav hector narrows with one out and the mets would beat the phils three to one newcomer devon missouri co homered on the very next pitch mickey callaway says conforto is in the zone fourtou swing back great all day i mean he put the barrel.

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"ten tons" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"This is lava right what happens when you put dry ice and lava by the way just listen to this guy okay this drives me nuts head guys how you doing i'm out here in the lab of yields this video head i've tech read what's up guys correct you're in this video what's up guys techs rags right here in this video we're going to see what happens when i put a dry in high laba okay here we go now drop by the way what i did is racist i realized is making fun of someone's accent that's racist i came to make fun of white accent anymore fuck it's called appropriation he's white definitely that's fine right hey guys i don't know what a windscreen is i never heard of a windscreen on a camera guy my own route to janelle established in two thousand seventeen i got nine million views on this video and the audience a barely intelligible this is nothing you want to mess around with by the way the guy's feet away from fucking magma lava to get close to that because earning its barney i've never seen anybody try this that's a fucking lie there's no way he was like i don't know what's going to happen i think is an idea know those out to a halava feels like i got a whole thing of fertilizer and manure and i'm gonna drop it in the lab i have no idea what's going to happen i put it in the back of a rented van the van backed up to the hot lava and the hot lab is gonna hit it and it's going to i don't know what's going to happen i'm sitting in the driver's seat with a with ten tons of manure and fertilizer mixed together with a knit nitroglycerine i have a fuse coming out of the back i have no idea what's going to happen my name's tech wreck got nine million subscribers don't know what a windscreen is by having no idea what's going to happen that's put this a dry ice by the way too crazy payne stewart died because he put dry ice in his jet did you know that that someone who didn't know it was going to happen would dry ice you can't have dry ice and it contained compartment like that because it takes out the oxygen and.

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"ten tons" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Stain on c s c and foremost new york office for two massive two hundred and ten ton ships james s c shell into of elaine lane sisters were in attendance so too was the consul general of china in new york as well as representatives from the c s s c terms of the agreement were not squad they don't january thirty one twenty eighteen formost group ordered four more two hundred and ten thousand tonnes ships from cs se angela child sister to secretary elaine chao and foremost deputy chairman said she expects cooperation between the two entities to extend into the future in january twenty seventeen angela chow joined the board of the state owned bank of china this is incredible the finances of senator elaine chao and her husband senator mitch mcconnell are closely tied the foremost group now mcconnell has been on the public payroll almost as entire life right there's no way he should be rich but he's rich in two thousand eight james chow gabay five million to twenty five million dollar gift to senator mcconnell more than tripling mcconnell's net worth contracts with other chinese state owned enterprises make up a significant portion of foremost business james and angela chow previously served on the board of c s c holdings that's the chinese company a major contractor for the chinese military and a key supporter of the p l a navy despite increasing threats of a trade war between the trump administration and the chinese government the child family ties to the chinese government do not seem to have cooled to the contrary as the ten ship order suggests they have accelerated moreover james chow was recently in china for an event promoting his new chinese language biography the event was sponsored by the chinese state owned media outlet and the chinese people's association for friendship with foreign countries a branch of the communist party known to be active in foreign influence influence operation sponsors praised james chow is a great promoter of china broad referring to him as a vanguard of china us exchanges isn't this amazing stay we should talk about michelle wolf and the white house whatever it correspondents dinner right i don't think so i don't think anybody's touch this but it needs to be touched he goes on the chow's chinese counterparties are often closely aligned with china's foreign policy elite the president leisure lynn attended.

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"ten tons" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"With stateowned c at foremost new york office for two massive two hundred and ten ton ships james se chow into of elaine sisters were in attendance so too was the consul general of china in new york as well as representatives from the c s s c terms of the agreement were not disclosed on january thirty one twenty eighteen formost group ordered four more two hundred and ten thousand tonnes ships from csc angela chow sister to secretary lane chow and foremost deputy chairman said she expects cooperation between the two entities to extend into the future in january twenty seventeen angela chow joined the board of the state owned bank of china this is incredible the finances of senator elaine chao and her husband senator mitch mcconnell are closely tied the foremost group now mcconnell has been on the public payroll almost as entire life right there's no way he should be rich but he's rich in two thousand eight james chow gabay five million to twenty five million dollars gift to senator mcconnell more than tripling mcconnell's net worth contracts with other chinese state owned enterprises make a significant portion of foremost business james angela chow previously served on the board of c s c holdings that's the chinese company a major contractor for the chinese military and a key supporter of the p l a navy despite increasing threats of a trade war between the trump administration and the chinese government the child family ties to the chinese government do not seem to have cold to the contrary as the ten ship order suggests they have accelerated moreover james chow was recently in china for an event promoting his new chinese language biography in the event was sponsored by g the chinese state owned media outlet and the chinese people's association for friendship with foreign countries a branch of the communist party known to be active in foreign influence operation sponsors praise james chow is a great promoter of china broad referring to him as a vanguard of china us exchanges isn't this amazing stay we should talk about michelle wolf in the white house whatever correspondents dinner right i don't think so i don't think anybody's touch this but it needs to be touched he goes on the chow's chinese counterparties are often closely aligned with china's foreign policy elite the president leisure lynn attended.

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"ten tons" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on The Pulse

"Yes and it all adds up to about ten tons of carbon dioxide so that's one of the greenhouse gases produced by burning jet fuel or your car's absolve it traps heat in that miss fear and drives climate change the average american emits seventeen tonnes of carbon pollution into that misfire every year okay so you were actually lower than the average yeah but my ten tonnes were just for major travel so that didn't include my housing my food my day to day transportation stuff i bought which comes from you know energy hungry factories so i asked marissa about her out but i traveled quite a bit so twenty for the year i recycle i try to bike as often as fossil rather than the car but i'm still gonna fly to here in california so going to fly to new jersey to see my mother for christmas you you know know not willing to give that up but marissa's there is a way to make up for some of these carbon sessions at least for people who are already sort of carbon conscious she's the ceo cool effect it's a company that invests in projects that reduce the amount of carbon that ends up an atmosphere it's a way to sort of counter or neutralize what carbon you couldn't avoid putting out there all right so if i if i give them my money where will it go so your money goes towards developing projects that reduce greenhouse gases in our atmosphere it's called a carbon offset i talked to kelly hamrick about this she analyzes carbon offset markets she says since climate change is a global problem it doesn't really matter where reductions of carbon dioxide happen you've got places in the world usually you know more developing countries where they might use just like indoor fires to cook their food has a lot of really terrible effects on the family breathing in all that smoke on the environment also like the type of fuel that's.

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"ten tons" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"ten tons" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"These policies do far broader damage to the kinds of rewards many ten tons of siam at his roots it is a rejection about immigration laws and a declaration of open lord attorney general jeff sessions is pushing his campaign against sanctuary cities mark woolsey report it's a social advocacy group says literally hundreds of hate groups are operating in the us southern poverty law center says it counts nine hundred seventeen such organizations across the country the s p l c says it compiled the data using grew publications and websites citizen and law enforcement reports field sources and news ra reports they define hate groups as those which have beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people typically four their immutable characteristics usa radio news joining asked is deemed the green light the president and ceo of the biotechnology innovation organization be i o in washington dc welcome james will thank you for having me on appreciate uh what sister with the basic themes of what is biotechnology cure for biotechnology is all about understanding life a human life uh the biology of animals biology of plants and and understand that getting him understanding at the cellular level at the genetic level and even at the mall let killer level and then using that profound knowledge to do useful things through humans to wit fighting disease finding cures and treatments for the cancers hiv hail s alzheimer's disease the list goes on and on and on also making farmers more productive so weak they can produce more food useless pesticides and then also making new bio and biomaterials from sustainable plant material are working to go to get more info where you can go to bio dot org excellent well thanks so much james thank you appreciate a another state is suing the maker of the drug oxycontin more from usa radio's jason the work the maker of oxycontin is being sued by south carolina st argues deceptive marketing has worsened the national opioid epidemic purdue pharma is also being sued over opioids by other states he's in concerts from coast to coast the soon found tuesday claims the comedy jones doctors people prescribed opioids generally don't become addicted losses as the company's consistently downplaying the addictiveness of there product andreessen where do you remember the case of.

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