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"thirteen ton" Discussed on TechStuff
"Entire world but a feller can dream kenny and now our third tesla's story rounding out last. Friday tesla had a true disaster on its figurative. Hands a tesla mega pack battery which is a thirteen ton. Lithium battery caught fire. Now the mega pack is meant to store electricity for utility scale projects. Like imagine you've got some sort of huge worksite and you need to supply electricity there. Or maybe you've got some form of electrical generation facility and you need a place to store excess electricity. That's sort of the kind of thing we're talking about. This isn't a car battery or anything like that. It's orders of magnitude larger than that anyway. One of these things caught fire on friday in australia. And it took four days thirty fire trucks and one hundred fifty firefighters to extinguish that fire. Now if you remember back when samsung had issues with the samsung galaxy note seven battery which exploded in several different instances. You remember how that issue was incredibly serious right. The reaction is violent. it's it can be deadly. It also can release a lot of toxic fumes and that threat was serious enough to prompt airlines to prevent passengers from carrying a note. Seven on board the aircraft. They were essentially told they had a hand in their phones and which would not be allowed on the plane or they themselves would not be allowed to get on the flight. Well this is kind of like that only instead of being a battery that fits inside a hand held smartphone. It's a thirteen ton monstrosity. The battery itself was inside a shipping container. Which was likely a good thing because it probably helped prevent the fire from spreading to other mega pack batteries at that site. Because if there's anything worse than one. Thirteen tongue battery catching on fire. It's a bunch of them doing it. Australian authorities say. The fire was brought under control on monday. So that's a good thing but yeah it's a scary story. And a reminder that batteries with volatile components are a bit dangerous if the battery should be damaged in a way that the path for the electrons to travel from the negative terminal to the positive terminal opens up. You know without having to be connected to some sort of circuit while then. The battery is going to discharge rapidly right. The electrons are just going to rush from one part of the battery to another. This will end up causing the battery to start to heat and then overheat and that can lead to issues like a fire or explosion now. I'm not certain if that's what led to the fire in this particular case but just based on how batteries work figure. It's a decent bet right if you create a shortcut or a short circuit between terminals. Then this is the sort of thing that can happen. Moving on from tusla. A cybersecurity firm called threat fabric reports that the companies researchers have found instances of android apps downloaded from.
"thirteen ton" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"So much thirteen tonnes referred so just a shot. Joe Is okay. I got it back at least to uh-huh at least today. Oh my goodness. Thank God for Modern Plumbing Julius. I'm I'm the curator of a museum and Heritage House so people come into the heritage house tours. They're like do. You sometimes wish that you lived back then like not absolutely not Yup -biotics human rights lake into a huge list of failing that are great. Yeah okay question. Eight the highly anticipated but poorly reviewed emoji movie did in fact include the character of the POOP Emoji. What at night of the realm provided the voice for the poop gene isn't it Patrick? Stewart is Sir Patrick Stewart. I believe it absolutely. Has I feel like that one was gonNA come down to like like a fifty fifty. If its patron sewer or Ian mckellen yea pretty much take yeah they inner change pretty frequently and they both absolutely absolutely do that kind of thing so it was Patrick. Stewart question nine. The word feces plural of the Latin feasts meaning drags. The third is the name for excrement in what ancestral English language anglo-saxon maybe Oh sure maybe anglo-saxon close middle English. Okay great so I just love that heard is a middle English or it sounds right Question Ten bat poop is called Guano Rabbit poop is called sprint and wild. Carnivores force produced Scott went to caterpillars and other insects make. I know I know good. Yeah you got to know this. That is fast it is yes yes museum professionals Yavuz bearing only know that that leather good thing is just covered in France. It's Taylor we shouldn't take. Oh my gosh. That was great shape who Add some balance to the whole. Yeah no it's scrape Valentine's Day have you been looking at. That was wonderful. Thank you so much shea. We totally appreciate it. That was a great quiz. What a delay? What a delight Shea you WanNa tell us a little bit more about your museum so we can get get some word out? Yeah people are So I am curator of the Maple Ridge Museum and that's in Maple Ridge British Columbia and we're just on the outskirts of the Vancouver Metro area. Um and we have the mortgage museum where I am in right now And we also managed the Haney House Museum not too far away from from here. So that's a Victorian Heritage House cool. Yeah so if you're ever in the outskirts of Vancouver go go say hello to Shay and see her lovely museum. Yeah I do not have anything about poop. That's okay sure. Lots of people are okay with well. Thanks very much to Shay and thanks to everyone listening please review and subscribe. Yeah Telefe Ralph friends and thank you again for subscribing to our podcast. It's great. We've been getting a lot of listeners. It's fantastic it's great. We enjoy it so thanks for much for listening guys. We'll catch you next time bye happy Valentine's Day..
"thirteen ton" Discussed on WTVN
"For a border wall for months the president claimed or building beautiful the wall a lot of it but in fact it was replacing old wall now the Supreme Court has ruled the president trump can use two and a half billion dollars in money and for the Pentagon to build actual news sections of the U. S. Mexican border wall groups have sued saying the constitution says only Congress can approve government spending the Supreme Court in a five to four decision lifting in junction a lower court will now hear the case on its merits Andy field ABC news Washington just before that decision president trump signed an agreement with Guatemala requiring central American migrants to cross into that country on their way to the west to apply for protections in Guatemala we are now at a point where we are we just get along and they're doing what we've asked him to do and I think it's gonna be a great thing for Guatemala they don't want these problems either human rights organizations have raised concerns about migrants safety in Guatemala since and family members testifying about the rising cost of drug prices before a house panel server skipper has type one diabetes so does her younger sister and the cost of insulin often meant and we had to move around a lot in my parents it was either we take the rate or we or we me and my sister lived even with the job that included health benefits she still couldn't afford her doses leading to her sharing insulin with her sister to save money Serena Marshall ABC news Washington the Pentagon is issued new guidance to its senior military and civilian heads reaffirming defense secretary mark espers commitment that leader should engage more with the news media US Coast Guard says thirteen tons of cocaine worth an estimated three hundred fifty million dollars has been ceased from ships in the Pacific Ocean off loaded in San Diego listening to ABC news news radio six ten WTVN Alison why into the Ohio state fair says they shut down one ride permanently and they delayed for others from opening at this year's fair that cancels.
"thirteen ton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"From ABC news sign Chuck see return president trump's claiming a big victory as the Supreme Court green lights military funding for a border wall for months the president claimed were building beautiful the wall a lot of it but in fact it was replacing old wall now the Supreme Court has ruled the president trump can use two and a half billion dollars in money and for the Pentagon to build actual news sections of the U. S. Mexican border wall groups of sued saying the constitution says only Congress can approve government spending the Supreme Court in a five to four decision lifting in junction a lower court will now hear the case on its merits Andy field ABC news Washington just before that decision president trump signed an agreement with Guatemala requiring central American migrants to cross into that country on their way to the west to apply for protections in Guatemala we are now at a point where we are we just get along and they're doing what we've asked him to do and I think it's gonna be a great thing for Guatemala they don't want these problems either human rights organizations have raised concerns about migrants safety in Guatemala patients and family members testifying about the rising cost of drug prices before a house panel there is skipper has type one diabetes so does her younger sister and the cost of insulin often meant and we had to move around a lot in my appearance it was either we pay the rent are we for we me and my sister lived even with the job that included health benefits she still couldn't afford her doses leading to her sharing insulin with her sister to save money Serena Marshall ABC news Washington the Pentagon is issued new guidance to its senior military and civilian heads reaffirming defense secretary mark espers commitment that leader should engage more with the news media US Coast Guard says thirteen tons of cocaine worth an estimated three hundred fifty million dollars has been ceased from ships in the Pacific Ocean off loaded in San Diego listening to ABC news there is a tender little tale fresh from the trail.
"thirteen ton" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Chris grow has more overall more than thirteen tons of cocaine has been offloaded here in San Diego today during these operations the traffickers will sometimes try to off load the bales of cocaine and then another cruise smugglers will come behind them once the Coast Guard has gone away to try and recover them however Coast Guard during this operation actually had two more vessels to more cruise the trouble behind their leadership overall the street value this operation three hundred and fifty million dollars in in large part because they were able to recover some of those emails that were left submerged in the water in all six suspected smuggling vessels were stopped the same year ago judge granted a preliminary injunction today stop by hall of fame horse trainer Jerry Holland or for against the del Mar thoroughbred club we should ban hall indoor for from participation in the wake of spat of horse deaths all indoor for was banned last month from Santa Anita and del Mar followed suit on door for sought legal intervention to allow him to participate in this summer's racing season an update tonight on those twenty five hundred impounded scooters following comic con the city says all scooters have been picked up and the impound fees pay that's over twenty five hundred squatters in more than a hundred sixty three thousand dollars in fees the scooters were impounded after they were found left in areas where they do not belong or illegally parked now here's bill hall in with the latest from Wall Street stocks and.
"thirteen ton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"So they would know that their name was part of that yet, one thing constitution did last year with the refitting. They replaced the copper lines, the whole and Paul revere had built a rolling mill in canton, so that he could roll the copper lines, the whole constitution last year when they were putting on the copper, you could sign the sheets of copper, and just as an example of the what the copper does the copper prevents sealife from clinging to the hull and see warms from boring through the whole, and they said that in the nineteen ninety restoration, they'd put thirteen tonnes of copper on the whole of the ship. And then they took off about five million tonnes, thirty five thousand whatever the, the thirteen to five that is the copper corrodes. But when it's corroding, it's what it's supposed to be doing. It's preventing the sea life from clean to it. Okay. And I wanted to talk about the dry dock. Yes. When you go to the museum. You see this Waco thing, that's made of wood is huge and it's clear. It's a dry dock. It's massive made of granite. Granite was specifically made for constitution. Yeah. This is technically drydock number two. It opened about a week after dry dock number one in Norfolk Virginia. And if you look at the head of the dry dock, you'll see the names of the president, who was in office, when it was commissioned, an or when it was first begun. That's John Quincy Adams and then the president who was president when it was finished. Andrew Jackson, one of the few places in the country. You'll see their names joined as so that's how old drydock in eighteen twenty six twenty seven is when it opened. And it open to after Oliver Wendell Holmes poem, the navy said, okay we have to fix it. So let's put it in a dry dock here. And in fact, constitution is now the last ship to have been in it came out just last year. So it's basically this is over simplistic, it's a stone. Dench with the dam at one end. Yeah, that's not over-simplistic. That's exactly what the dam the water comes in. Yes. Yeah. Yes, the door pump it out it out in the museum actually was built as the pump house, too. For the as I was looking at it. I thought boy, they must have to really be careful pump it out. I bet they're carefully jockeying this ship soil. Yeah. That's exactly it really is has to be very carefully done. And then, of course, the keel has started to hog that means it sags on either end. And so one purpose of going into dry dock is to correct that. So you have to line up the keel along the blocks. You've put to hold it. It's like the spine of the ship. Right. But the, the shape of the spine is different than it used to be it is built it because it sex. It's a second either end to the museum which was the pump house for that. Tell me a little bit more about the building besides that, that the, the floor of the walls, how old it might be the style anything you might know about the building. Well, it's granite building, and it was built probably in eighteen twenties. And then there's another building behind it. That is also part of the museum built a little bit later, most of the buildings in the navy yard in this part of the navy or date to the early nineteenth century, and the it was built as very utilitarian building. And so you go up into the library see the big beams overhead from when it was a pump house. And then, you know, you can hear everybody walking upstairs because the floors were built to be to work was built as a workspace and can tell that for sir let different than they were because I'm guessing they had wider planks foot boards..
"thirteen ton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Guy and a friend and a wonderful listener. Time now for a check in with our real science guy. Science, Mike and the Saturday morning science minute. Scientists rising. L binding. Surprising. Michael. Good morning. Good morning. How are you going? I'm okay. How are you, man? So Steve talked about the SpaceX launch. Yeah. So we'll see. Was it went all night at ten thirty and it was a thirteen ton payload for the Starling satellites? Yeah. Maybe maybe wrote about this a little bit not much, but a little bit. So goal is to launch actually twelve thousand low-orbit satellites and about a thousand to get. Hi population connectivity for high speed internet increase the internet speeds by by fifty percent what you're going to do in your assign upper service and you're going to have your own little dish, but size of dinner plate that you'll. Up to your, your computer system and go to his satellite system and they'll talk to each other through lasers and then they will beam down there formation. If you wanna talk, some in Europe, go to another downlink and then go to them. Via grab wire or something immediately. So it's going to be. High speed. And what's interesting is the way he launched it satellites. He the way they usually launch all these Saudi it was sixty satellites launched by the way, sixty at one time usually launch them in a state where they shoot a wall, with, like a spring, loaded system each satellite. Yeah, he took all sixty satellite at one time, and spun the rocket stage and set them off, like a deck of cards, all together, one time, and the he's rockets will be satellite, slowly dispersed, each other. In fire. There's, there's I on engines with cooked on gas that separate each other and going to their their, their tests for the sticky satellite to make sure they're solar panel works, and their engines fire correctly like that. So quite visionary. So the thing is there's two thousand current satellites in orbit. He's gonna put a thousand up right away in a couple of years, Amazon's gonna put up a thousand another services go put up their house, and, and you get all these five G satellites are going to grow up like twenty thousand satellites. I mean. I mean, the next ten years is going to be a proliferation of. Of satellites in orbit. The thing the thing that disturbs me as we already have. Just like billions, or millions of pieces of space, junk orbiting earth, which in danger, like the international space station, and endanger. You know, manned missions possible. Manned missions. Do we really need that highest speed well be satellites or tournament? Honestly. Correct. Or orbit case they're coming in contact with the space debris object. Yeah. And since they're using crypt on Gaz, if something goes awry, superman will not be able to help. You understand. We're just going to be able to talk fast to each other. Gary, jeff. Great. Memorial Day you to have a meaningful Memorial Day yourself. I don't know. Man. I saw an old fashioned Princess phone, the other day, as like I bet, I bet there's a fifteen year old kid has no idea what this thing is known. Do we really need that much speed? I feel the need to take a quick break, and be back seven hundred wwl w.
"thirteen ton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To ashes Milena. I I remember our song from the ashes we rise up. We went to rise up with Jesus at Easter. And I believe that they'll be from this much of the buildings attraction. No doubt was fascination with the heart tugging subject of Hugo's fictional story shunned for his deformed appearance and death from his years of ringing the cathedral spills, Kasey Moto. She made me get. Can you? Lately, the ringing had been limited to a single bell an only on special occasions because it more than thirteen tonnes. There was concern. It could shake the tower more than it could withstand a six point eight million dollar renovation project had been underway for the past couple of years and much speculation has focused on that as a possible cause of the fire now in many ways, they will be starting again from the ground up restoration expert could probably is an associate dean Indiana's university of Notre Dom and says it will take years to even start rebuilding a complete understanding. Construction reconstruction of this building which may take at least a period of five years. But again, the will of the people seems clear people who see their lives reflected in a building journalism students who you Hedberg notes they are drawn to it. Still people have been standing here for hours now taking pictures earlier, a group of Catholic people gathered and started singing different.
"thirteen ton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Lately, the ringing have been limited to a single bell and only on special occasions because it more than thirteen tonnes. That was concerned it could shake the tower more than it could withstand a six point eight million dollar renovation project had been underway for the past couple of years and much speculation has focused on that as a possible cause of the fire now in many ways, they will be starting again from the ground up restoration expert could probably Kuche is an associate dean Indiana's university of Notre Dame and says it will take years to even start rebuilding to be a complete understanding all the construction reconstruction of the building which may take at least a period of five years. But again, the will of the people seems clear people who see their lives reflected in a building journalism students who headed bird notes, they are drawn to it. Still people have been standing here for hours now taking pictures earlier, a group of Catholic people gathered and started singing different. Song? In passing people are making jokes about how silly it is be crying for a building. But to be honest. That's the case for a lot of people here. That's the case for so many people around the world, I'm Bob moon. Bloomberg radio..
"thirteen ton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"And of course, they are the question the questions of the bells they are one of them is three hundred and twenty years old and weighs thirteen tons. If it came to crash down it would make terrible damage. So we'll see floors. Is there an infant? As to how it started. There was renovation work actually in a win over the spire this wooden frame, and is just mentioned. So the first idea of investigators, of course, is that it could have been provoked by by some some worker something linked to this work, and they started actually an investigating asking question to to those people involved in the works. I what's the what's the mood there. Hala people reacting in Paris. I mean, we've seen the extreme distress on television screens from across the world actually being there on site. Must be must be very sad. Yes. It was it was awful. People weren't is. I could has some quite praying and cried singing and throughout the night, you know, people in a way, not understanding, you know, it's it's been here for eight hundred fifty years. So it's not as if we're within its immortal. Hang it's eternal and still. I mean, it's you know, you I'm looking at it. Now, it's still standing and it still incredibly beautiful, and we will rebuild that the roof. That's for sure. And and you know, every a lot of of the is still a still intact. Florence can you give us some idea of how important this building is to France? I mean, not just on a tourism level, but on an emotional level. It's really part of the of the history, of course, because it's so all it's this beautiful gothic cathedral. I mean, many historical even have taken place there like it has been a entourage during the revolution than that's where Napoleon was was sacred and for at the liberation of Paris in nineteen forty four the baron, and it's one of the first base when the martial and general Goodwin. So it's deeply deeply part of of the culture since since the middle age and also became I think part of the world culture, the word procure culture through all these movies. You know, Hollywood also is part of it that we're based on the famous novel, Victor Hugo The Hunchback of Peres which has popularized all around the world. Now, we know Agnes that the building was undergoing renovations. And there seems to be a bit of a row bring that the government hadn't released efficient funds for this. We heard this morning that a French billionaires to give a hundred million years to competely rebuild not dumb. A Macron to has vowed that they will be funds available now. Yes. While we need, you know, ten billionaires to give a hundred million years each, and we should be on the right path. The are no doubt that the necesary means will be given to the restoration of of not to them because you know, not doesn't belong to France. The pageants. It belongs to world. It's part of humanity's heritage, I two complete strangers and interiors in Paris. But if you look on social networks, it's extrordinary people fill it. You know, there's a gut feeling stairs in our. It's not it doesn't belong to parents had been to everyone of us on the planet. It's one of those landmark, which are inverse, all you know, it's it's made by manage the markup civilization. That's that's what not damn stands for much more than a cathedral or or place where you you pray. It's Ed Salaun Mark to. Yeah. Civilization. It's control. Point it's kilometer zero of civilization..
"thirteen ton" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Hebrides islands glob Stor from nineteen ninety and there's a description of this when this included an a paper that came back to several times in researching this how to tell a sea monster molecular discrimination of large marine animals of the North Atlantic published in the biological bulls bulletin in two thousand and two by car at all quote, it had what appeared to be a head at one end a curved back and seemed to be covered with eaten away flesh or even a furry skin and was twelve feet long. And it had all these shapes like fins along its back. Now, there was a NAN tuck it blob that was supposedly was like a big blur blubbery looking thing. There was what s a Newfoundland blob. Yeah. This was in Saint bernards fortune bay, and I used to live in Newfoundland. So I'm pretty sure I've been to this this area. I never saw anything like this. But but Newfoundland do see all sorts of interesting things wash on the shore described as an enormous rotting whitish mass five point six meters. Long and five meters wide. No head no tail all bleach tissue rough fringed with material that looked like hair, but was actually, quote, a braided tissue mixed with seaweed and sand seven or eight lobes or slits, and this is from that car at all paper, the state of the the decay here made it inefficacious impossible, but morphology ruled out a giant squid and suggested either the remains of the basking shark or any of several whale species found in the surrounding Newfoundland waters. Car at all rule that based on genetic sequences that they were able to you know, to to determine from the from the sample. The remains it is without doubt, the remains of sperm oil. Yeah, familiar story by this point now in two thousand three a twelve meter wide thirteen tonnes specimen of glorious blobby nece washed up on the coast of Chile at a place called Los Alamos beach. And according to a BBC news article on the specimen from July two thousand three researchers in Santiago thought that at first it might be some new species of giant octopus or squid James Meade is Walla GIS to the Smithsonian Institution. In Washington disagreed, telling the BBC, quote, I don't have enough data to say, it's an octopus or it's a whale. But I would hazard a bet that when it gets firmly identified it'll be a while. And I've got a photo of it here. It looks. What does it look like, Robert? I mean, it looks like a giant Eldrick glow of a creature. Certainly you don't look at it and think, oh that's part of a whale. No. It looks it could be Kasulu head. Yeah. It's sort of got things that look like arms or tentacles and that comes through based on the photos because in the BBC article another way expert disagrees with me saying that based on the photos, it doesn't look like whale tissue lacks the distinctive collagen matrix. And then after that the article goes full cracking, quote, European zoologists, and the author does not say who just says European zoologists said it closely resembled descriptions of a bizarre specimen found in Florida in eighteen ninety six that was named octopus juge anti-us, which has confounded experts ever since seems ought to me that the BBC is still floating, no pun intended. The gigantic octopus explanation in two thousand three. Yeah. Especially when you look at all these cases ones, we've we've looked at in some of the stuff we're about to discuss in a bit here. It seems like the whale explanation is generally the safe bet. Yeah. I mean because remember Varel the expert of the time, positively identified he said, look I've seen what these samples are like this is conclusively sperm whale tissue. That was back in eighteen ninety seven and over one hundred years later, one hundred six years later, we're still like I think maybe this was a giant octopus..
"thirteen ton" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Again, Tommy John dot com slash Shapiro. So back to the democratic mob politics teeth. I'm very familiar with this because they've been doing this on college campuses. They basically incentivise violence on college campuses. By saying that if things get to violet, well, then we'll just ban conservatives very convenient as there's violence over a Berkeley. And so the administration will say, well, we've got a ban conservative speakers until we can get a hold of the situation, which is basically the rioters veto. We experienced this depaul university last year when students suggested that they might get riotous and violent over me visiting campus. And so Paul simply banned me and then they threatened to arrest me if I showed up. There's tape of me standing in front of a security. I, their head of security there who's telling me that if I take one step forward, he will arrest me. It's truly amazing stuff. Democrats have engaged in this sort of stuff for very long time, and it's always rich to hear what they're willing to label the mob folks on the left were perfectly willing to label, not only Trump supporters, but go back a few years before that. I'm old enough to remember the tea party which was in large part, a bunch of people standing around carrying don't tread on me flags and reading the declaration of independence at rallies. I went to a bunch of tea party events. I spoke at a bunch of tea. Party events. I was a charter member of the tea party. The left call them mobs left said that the tea parties were mobs. They said, occupy which was involved in actual criminal activity. Many, many, many, literally dozens and dozens, maybe hundreds of arrests across the country of occupy protesters that was not a mob, but the tea party was mobbed. The tea party was really a mob. Jimmy Hoffa, junior. I remember there's some events in two thousand eleven. I remember him introducing President Obama there and suggesting that the tea party were quote sons of bitches. And he said, well, let's take these sons of bitches out because there were mob for Democrats. Any form of Republicans speech is demagoguery and being a mob. Anytime you get more than two Republicans in an area together to mob, but Democrats who are actually charging the steps of the supreme court and bashing on the thirteen ton doors and chanting stop Brett Cavanaugh. Those people are not a mob people who are running through the Senate Hart building trying to buttonhole senators in elevators without security protocol. Those people are not a mob. It's not a mob when folks. Go to Washington DC, find conservatives and then rip up their signs that's not a mob. It's not a mob when you have Occupy Wall street occupying large swaths of land and defy defiling interfacing, not him up. The only mob is Charlotte's the only we've ever seen and we keep hearing this from the media. It is the only the only mob is the mob in Charlottesville. That of course, is not true. It's silly. And more than that, it is obviously politically motivated in the media are part of this whole routine. So the left is, is making the case that their politics is not the politics of the mob. Instead anybody who's angry at the politics of the mob. Anybody who's angry the the attempt to get Brett cavenaugh. For example, the mob Justice, those attempted Hombre Cavanaugh and it was my Justice. There's no process. He was just going to have his life ended essentially by a bunch of people screaming. The folks on the left have decided that any resistance to that is just because you are a privilege, white person, Charles blow who's aptly named over at the New York Times, says a column today called white male victimization anxiety, and here's what he says. He says, during the swearing in of Justice, Brett cabinet on Monday, Donald Trump took it upon himself to apologize to cabinet in his family on behalf our nation for the terrible pain and suffering. You've been forced to endure. He repeated the tire lines that he and Republicans hope will stick and steer the comatose base to electoral fervor, that accusations of sexual assault against Cavanaugh were part of the campaign of political and personal destruction based on lies.
"thirteen ton" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Ben Burch gold dot com slash well, it is important to note that in the aftermath of the Brett cavenaugh south Republicans have been gaining ground across the board in the Senate in the house. Things still are way too close to call. It is not clear at this point that Republicans lose the house. Although the smart money suggests that they probably will, with that said, all the Senate polls that have come out since the Brett Kavanagh saga have been terrible for Democrats. I'm talking about Martha mcsally in Arizona who was down five to seven. In points in that race suddenly is up six points according to a new poll, which is wonderful because Martha mcsally will be quite a good Senator from the state of Zona in Tennessee. The state in which I currently said, that state has now turned strongly toward Marsha, Blackburn Phil Bredesen's on the heels of a Taylor. Swift endorsement has fallen plummeted in the polls. He's now down to the thirties according to some polls. And Marsha Blackburn has pulled convincingly interleague Claire mccaskill remains extraordinarily vulnerable in Missouri. So it looks like Republicans could. In fact in this election, Lucy's in the house and pick up some significant seats in the Senate, which makes a big difference because it means that if you have a four, five vote majority in the Senate next time Republicans have these judicial pick if Ruth Bader Ginsburg retires for some reason or if God forbid something happens her healthwise. Well, then Republicans will have the opportunity to replace her with a strong conservative, a strong textualist. Most importantly, like Amy Coney Barrett, which would be just unreal. And that's a significant possibility. If the elections go the way they seem to be going right. Now. Now, the reason that the shift has happened is not because of President Trump. It's not because of the Republicans. It is simply because the Democrats have bared their fangs. The Democrats have decided that they are going to look as ugly and terrible as humanly possible in public as often as possible. It's so funny because the Democrats after after losing to President Trump decided that what they really needed to do was be more off pudding. They look at President Trump and they see that his popularity ratings are in the low forties, and I thought, well, you know what? If we could imitate that, but do it worse, right? So we won't have the kind of blue collar appeal of President Trump. We won't have these sort of personal charisma, President Trump will just be insanely putting and terrible all the time. Maybe that will win us power again. And it doesn't seem like it is working. The media are doing their best to try and cover for this. So you have this conflict that is now happening as gas lighting that is happening or Democrats are openly stating openly that they are in favor of mob politics, that they are fine with my politics. They're fine with people showing up at restaurants and yelling at people. They are fine. With people trying to beat down the thirteen ton bronze doors at the supreme court. They are fine with folks screaming at senators, elevators. They're fine with all of these things. All these things are just Dante. And then you have folks in the media saying, no, no Democrats aren't saying that there are no mobs, that's not. That's not real..
"thirteen ton" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Okay. So over the weekend, Democrats really handled the bright Kavanagh vote. I think with great aplomb dignity, poise folks on the left. Really. You know, they really, I think should tremendous maturity when they realized that breath Cavanaugh. Actually gonna be on the supreme court for those who missed it. Brad Kavanagh was confirmed on Saturday by fifty to forty eight vote. It was only fifty to forty eight, not fifty one to forty nine because Mike Daines who's the Senator from North Dakota had to go home for his, his daughter's wedding and to Lisa Murkowski, abstained instead of voting against against Cavanaugh so became a fifty to forty. Eight vote and Democrats responded in their typically moderated. And I think modulated fashion was really it was really good to watch good to see the country come together after such a rough time because Democrats did. I thought just a great job. I mean, like here is what happened at the supreme court immediately as Cavanaugh is being confirmed inside. For those who can't actually see this. The people are legitimately standing there beating on the thirteen ton bronze doors of the supreme court. My favorite is this lady who's trying to pry the door open. She like like Frodo trying to get into the minds of Maurya without the actual passcode. She's just they're trying to pry open the doors with her bare hands, though the doors are gonna part before her. It's pretty pretty astonishing stuff. Obviously, people really reacting well to all of us. We haven't antic- have protesters started threatening people as well. So that was pretty solid and liked to this. This is good. I don't know if this guy was arrested or what, but things obviously have cooled down in the country. Are not. But there's a lot more. Say. Outcome back. Come back. About ready to quite. Actors. Come back. You ended up. Sure that this is who is an expert in the intricacies of supreme court jurisprudence based simply on the language that he's using with regard his political enemies. I'm sure that he knows the entire line of cases stretching prior to griswald on the right to privacy, and he's just upset at how that line of cases could be curbed by the presence of break Kavanagh supreme court. Probably that's what's going on, but I don't wanna make it sound like it's just, you know, members of an angry mob or involved in being an angry mob. I mean they are, but it's more than that, it's it's some of the elites in our society. First of all, I would be remiss here if I didn't know the Cory Gardner says that his wife has now received gruesome beheading video. After his pro cavenaugh vote, he's not the only one who's who's receiving those sorts of threats. Those threats actually are becoming quite common with regard to Republican members of congress. I've heard from a few of them who've said that this sort of thing is becoming sort of the norm. But as I say, this isn't just the the people that sort of the the popular level of the Democratic Party. This isn't just leftist grassroots folks who are very, very upset. We're talking about. High ranking Democratic Party people who have completely lost their mind. I mean, legitimately and completely lost their mind over Brett Cabnol- joining the supreme court in much the way they lost their mind over Donald Trump being elected in the first place. So take, for example, this mazy Hirono Sommese Hirono is a Senator from Hawaii, and she was specifically asked whether she believes that people should be confronted. Republicans should be confronted at restaurants and in their daily lives. Watch as she Bob's in weeds to avoid answering the question as to whether people should be harassed in their daily lives for the road on Cavanaugh. I think that it just means that there are a lot of people who are very, very much motivated, but what is going on because what what happened with judge Cavanaugh is from the very beginning, this is not a fair process so that going at restaurants, Scott while this is what happens. You know th they because when you look at white supremacists and all that this is was coming fourth in our country. There's a tremendous divisiveness in our country, but this is the kind of active. Visine that occurs and people make their own decision all people decisions. Right..
"thirteen ton" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Loans and down the slipway it went prisons new polar research ship launched on saturday on the banks of the river mersey in northwest england the vessel is the largest civilian ship to be built in the uk for thirty years and it's the most technically advanced survey ship in the world it's named after the broadcaster and naturalist david attenborough who's at the ceremony fee this magnificent hull with my name on it is the greatest possible on an i thank everyone who's been involved this wonderful surprise and wish them huge success when this marvelous ship gets down there in the antarctic which we thought was so remote but we should realize now it's absolutely crucial to the future of all of us well science correspondent jonathan amos was that too he spoke to me from rather windy birkenhead at the poet side we're spectacular claire really was you know they haven't had a launch like that on a ship they've built here a camel led a since the late nineteen ninety is shipbuilding in the united kingdom has had some rough times and this was a demonstration that britain can still do it and so it was great to see it was a beautifully orchestrated controls moment of engineering what ten thousand tons of steel went down wooden track lying with i think thirteen tons of greece can you believe that into the mercy when a little bit faster than anybody was expecting we we thought it might take a minute but it when it went it went but it went straight and it went through a big wave moving out over the river and yeah it looks fantastic and of course the named after bruel concert naturalist david attenborough he was there for the launch off you chill will be affected by what people working on the ship will discover in years to come very prophetic words what exactly is it going to be useful very clear demonstration of what he's talking about the changes that are taking place now at the polls so just consider the an topic we're seeing an top tick stop to melt around it says some of the very big glasses a losing mass into the ocean and as they do that then they're pushing up sea levels around the world so you know just here in liverpool where i am in the northwest of england the mersey is going to get higher we want to know how fast that he's going to happen and we will learn that by studying the polls by going there in ships like the david attenborough with our scientists to to look in detail at the ice fields and how they're behaving it was slighty controversial the naming the general public wouldn't be cool to david attenborough they had an online poll and everybody wanted to call it boaty mcboatface and in fact i've still had a few people around here today referring to it as boaty that name actually has been given to a submarine i will be used from the deck of the david atom bre i think he takes his stride i think he's a little bit amused about it as well i'm you know this is a very worthy name that it carries i didn't find everybody who goes on the ship whether it is you know in some other part of the globe is he often is will be reminded of him because they're going to use his voice for the on board ship announcements jonathan amos talking to me from perkin hats now the wells company russia reaches its climax with currency and franz contesting the final on sunday franz hoping to be crowned champions for second time whilst croatia have never won it from moscow alex capstick reports fans queue up patiently the main ticket center in moscow for.
"thirteen ton" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Professor taibbi walsh of the university of new south wales at midday london time today the city's legendery big ben fell silent this huge bell which stems above the houses of parliament will not be wrong for several years except for very important events this is to enable renovation of the elizabeth tower which houses it some politicians in britain have called for big band to carry on chiming saying it was an important part of national life so how did a thirteen tonne bronze bell with a crack in it become a globally recognised symbol of britain andrew bomford has been investigating it's a noisy polluted busy traffic intersection in central london so why are the hundreds of people around here taking photographs big ben of course i time it keeps you steady it makes you think things are steady and things are going to be alright i hope that's true as long as big ben time some stand so all the empire we've always come as a families the fed for me it's part of london ingest backhoe iconic participants i guess coming dance mendon enjoying off family nine is one of the price of becoming ideas my mom adapt will make my mom's hitches of big down hey with halfime lake and that we bring it on nextgeneration down big ben repel not be elizabeth town which houses it was not always universally popular mps when it first began ringing in 1859 thinking loud rule cuffs but big benz importance as a cultural icon goes back to the first world war an earlier according to caroline shenton the former director of parliamentary archives and the author of two books on the history of parliament.
"thirteen ton" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report
"According to cobb an independent dot org the average annual carbon footprint co 2 equivalence for a uk resident is around thirteen tonnes i can immediately see how that could lead to a saving of fifty nine tonnes a year by not having a child this is based on a two thousand nine piper by myrtle on slacks published in global environmental change i told you this was tortuous their faces is that you and your partner each responsible for onehalf of your child's lifetime greenhouse gas emissions but white that child will on average also have children and you will be responsible for one quarter of each of as children's lifetime emissions and one eighth of your greatgrandchildrens emissions and so on added tonight of that's how they get to fifty nine tonnes brown they postulate each child adds a nine thousand four hundred forty while metric tons of carbon dioxide to the carbon legacy of the average female and presumably the average male as well which is five point seven times the lifetime emissions there's some controversy over whether winds nicholson have interpreted mortal on slacks correctly there is a link oh my blog to an article headed no having one child is now add sixty tonnes per year to your comfort print i'm good use more digging on this and see if i can sell have an interview the next most important way of reducing your carbon footprint that they recommend is by giving up your car.