21 Burst results for "Thirty Centimeters"
How Do Betta Fish Work?
"Hey Brain Steph Lauren Vulva bomb here. With their striking bold colors and flashy fins. Fish are one of the more popular types of fish sold for home aquariums. Perhaps because unfortunately there are a number of misconceptions about these creatures. The truth is that they're not as hardy and easy to care for as many believe Beta fish, sometimes called fighting fish are tropical fish native to Southeast Asia Wild. Betas typically live in rice paddies and other shallow stagnant bodies of water because these wetlands. Wetlands routinely shrink during the dry season. Betas hop from puddle to Puddle, trying to find a reasonably deep pool where they can hang out until the rains return due to these conditions, Betas developed what's known as a labyrinth organ that gives them the ability to obtain some oxygen from the air as well as the water. The sub order that includes Betas are sometimes called Labyrinth fish or Jeremy. Betas got the nickname fighting fish due to their territorial nature during the eighteen hundreds. Perhaps especially in what's now Thailand, the fish were bred for this purpose and fights were forced for entertainment. Betas were first introduced to the United States in the twentieth. Century, wild, Betas generally have small fins in our dull, green or Brown in color, but today's pet Betas have been bred to be quite colorful with elaborate fans with proper care, a pet beta. Beta can live for two to four years, but before you buy one, make sure you're aware of these five common fish tails about the the Beta fish. Perhaps the most widespread myth about Betas is that they can live in small bowls. The opposite is true Beta, fish need a tank that's at least five gallons about twenty leaders and ten gallons, or about forty leaders is better. The origin behind this persistent myth is uncertain but May. May come from the fact that Betas are often sold in small containers, and because they have some ability to breathe out of the water, but this can be stressed if they're housed in close quarters, especially if they share space with fish, perceived as rivals, small tanks being, there's nowhere to hide even when house alone or with fish that they get along with. They still need hideouts to escape to, but while the tank should be spacious. SPACIOUS, it shouldn't be too deep as Betas are more comfortable, swimming back and forth not up and down. We spoke via email with Matt. Layton a longtime Beta fish owner and editor of Vivo Fish who explained that Betas should be kept in tanks, no deeper than twelve inches or thirty centimeters, noting that their fins aren't that powerful. He said if it's too deep, the Beta may not be able to get up to the surfaces easily. Easily. It's heartbreaking to see a Beta struggling climb and then be pulled down to the bottom by his tail. Another myth is that Beta aquariums don't need a water heater or filter, but Betas are tropical fish that need to be kept in water, ranging from seventy six to eighty one degrees. Fahrenheit, that's twenty four to twenty seven, Celsius unless you're home never veers hotter or colder. You'll need that heater. A water filter is important to even. Even though wild Betas live in murky puddles without a filter, the fishes excrement and eaten food can make the water toxic, though be short purchase filter with a gentle flow as Betas. Delicate fins do better in calm water in addition that their fins could be damaged by the section in higher flow filters. Meanwhile, it's actually true that Betas don't mind being alone, and they tend to have issues with other fish, if male Betas are placed. Placed together or placed with other fish that have bright colors and large fins. Their natural territorialism often prompts them to fight. However they can definitely live with other aquatic creatures, such as ghosts, shrimp snails and African Dwarf frogs they can also live with other species of fish, but they do best with bottom dwellers was small fins. They're less likely to fight over territory like the coolie loach, female Betas can often live harmoniously together given adequate. Adequate space, which means at least five gallons or twenty liters per fish, but always introduce new fish slowly and monitor them guides. Online can help you acclimate your existing fish to the idea of new tank. Mate tricks like rearranging hiding spots in feeding your current fish before adding a new one can help, but you should always watch them carefully for a few days and be prepared to move an aggressor to another tank or another home. Another misconception is the Betas can live off of plant roots alone while Beta. Fish are often sold in small vases with the plant. Betas are carnivores, not herbivores in the wild they chow down on insects and Larva, so feed your pets, fish pellets or flakes specially crafted for Betas you can supplement with high protein treats such as blood worms and brine shrimp, but remember that fish can become overweight just like any pet, so feed in moderation, ideally only as much food as the fish can eat within three to five minutes finally. Don't expect a Beta. Beta to be layabout. Many people observe Betas and pet stores where they're often kept in small containers, hinder their activity, and many owners erroneously keep their efficient unheeded water, which makes them lethargic, but Layton says that Beta fish are playful in the proper setting. He said I've seen them. Push Moss balls around dance around their tank display their tails, and generally be quite active. Betas are inquisitive, and will interact with plants, toys, and structures, floating or sinking. Just make sure they're fish safe and don't have any sharp edges. That could hurt those beautiful fins.
Greatest Hits: Physician, Test Thyself
"While at the medical pneumatic institute of Bristol in the seventeen ninety s Humphry Davy studied gases studied by inhaling. The today's theme was still in any way unclear. Devi would set up chemical reactions and then inhale the resulting gas one gas gave him a pleasant sensation and the impulse to laugh at everything he had discovered. Nitrous oxide though. His initial attempts were meant to reproduce the pleasurable effects of opium and alcohol. Davey would ultimately recommend the use of nitrous oxide as an anesthetic. Your dentist gives you a blend of fifty percent nitrous and fifty percent oxygen but devi was huffing hundred percent nitrous oxide which is probably why he enjoyed it enough to start hosting parties. Were friends would inhale it from silk bags when it came time to test his polio vaccine. Dr Jonas Salk decided to avoid the long drawn out. Human clinical trial process the only suitable tests subject was himself and his family in nineteen forty seven. Salt was working on a vaccine for the crippling disease. While at the University of Pittsburgh he needed a healthy volunteer to test it and administered it to himself his wife and their three sons. It worked and was soon implemented in a nationwide test that showed dramatic results in two years. Polio cases decreased from twenty nine thousand to less than six thousand salk didn't patent the vaccine in assisted that it should remain free and available to everyone saying. Could you patent the Sun as a result? He's often remembered. As one of history's great humanitarian. Since Dr Olivier Immune System was a brilliant cardiologists zone practice in the second half of the twentieth century when he developed a life hindering addiction to alcohol fearing for his life. He immersed himself in a rehab therapy but nothing worked so he did the only thing he felt he could. He took his treatments into his own hands. Searching For a cure he happened upon back. Lafon a muscle relaxant. That had been used for years but it shown promising results in studies with laboratory animals addicted to a variety of substances Doctor Amos in prescribe himself the drug and experimented with increasingly higher doses until he finally reached a level that left him free of any craving for alcohol. He published his results in two thousand and four which a team of Italian scientists tested with promising results in two thousand eight Werner forsman was German urologist who during his surgical training in nineteen twenty. One pioneered the technique of cardiac catheterization the inserting a catheter into the heart. To measure the pressure inside and decide whether a patient needs surgery building on the work of scientists who has successfully catheterization a horse in eighteen sixty one force was inspired to try to replicate that work in humans but couldn't get permission for human trials of such a dangerous sounding experiment undeterred. He asked an operating room nurse to procure the necessary equipment. She agreed but only on the noble condition that he experimented on her rather than trying to do it to himself. No sooner was she prepped. On the table than foresman anesthetize his own arm and made a cut inserting the catheter. Twelve inches or thirty centimeters into his name. He then casually climbed two flights of stairs to the X. Ray Sweet before threading it all the way into his heart and having an x ray done to check the placement. He was later forced to resign from that hospital. Then hired back and fired again in the early thirties doctors. Herbert Woollard an Edward Carmichael. Notice that when an internal organ was damaged patient sometimes felt pain in unconnected parts of their body. They decided to deliberately damaged one of their own internal organs to study the effects. But what internal organ did they have? That was both critical and easily damaged. Maybe one or a pair of ones that's effectively on the outside of the body for easy access Yup. They chose to experiment with their gentlemen's BITs to study pain in their notes. Willard in Carmichael recorded that the testes was drawn forward and placed under a Pan that could hold weights though they recorded. Neither whose testees. Who did the drawing forward weights were added to the Pan and the resulting sensations were recorded. The pair performed the experiment. Multiple Times sometimes injecting various sections of the testicles with local anesthetic to
This Weekend Marks One Year After Pittsburgh Synagogue Attack
"This weekend marks the one year anniversary of the shooting at the tree of life car Gatien in Pittsburgh it's also the second annual show up for Chabad on the weekend right after the shooting we at J. C. encouraged Jews and our allies around the world to go to synagogue and show up for shut it became the largest demonstration of solidarity with the Jewish people in world history this year as we mark the tracks nick anniversary we hope you'll show up for Chabad again on this weekend October Twenty Fifth and twenty sixth head to AJC dot org slash show up for Chabad to learn more Manja who did you chat with this week Avi Mayor the Managing Director of Global Communications for AJC who spearheaded an unprecedented survey of American Jewish you too about anti-semitism how about you for my interview I really zoomed in on Pittsburgh and spoke with Jeff Finkelstein the president and CEO of the Jewish Federation in Pittsburgh so let's dive right in and hear those conversations now Sunday October twenty seventh will mark exactly one year since the deadly shooting at Pittsburgh is tree of Life Congregation we spoke with Jeff Finkelstein President and CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh to get a sense of how Pittsburgh is doing one year out jeff thank you so much for joining us thanks for asking me to do this now we're almost exactly one year out from the attack that Jews US All across America felt in our own way but the victims were in Pittsburgh so I should start by asking how is the Jewish community in Pittsburgh doing so I think you're actually starting with the right question the answer's complicated and complex because when we talk about the community were all victims and there are different levels of victims obviously the families who lost loved ones the people who were injured those who are in the synagogue but escaped and saw the shooter people in the parking lot the Jewish community of Squirrel Hill the general community of Scroll Hill the Jewish community of Greater Pittsburgh Etcetera and so there were all these rungs and I think if you ask representatives of each of them on different days you'll get a different an answer So the real answer in one word is it depends you just reminded me of the poem that you might be familiar with called the order of the bomb by you who to buy it's a famous poem by famous Israeli poet and it's too long to read into the record here maybe we'll link to it in the notes but in it he basically talks about the concentric circles of you know he's speaking of course about a bombing in Israel but he says the diameter of the bomb mhm was thirty centimeters but the range of the people who had hit and the people who were affected by that and the people who cared about that further and further ends by saying and I won't even mention the Howl of orphans that reaches up to the throne of God and beyond making a circle with no end and no god which is perhaps deeper than either is intended to go there but you're certainly right to point out that the attack took place in one location but it was felt everywhere it definitely has ripple effects by the way e yes I was my professor at the Hebrew University when I was there for my junior year and I actually don't remember studying that home but I'm sure I did at one point uh now going to have to go back and re read it you know and I can speak personally there were days where I feel more than others as we approach the one year marker and I'm looking at some of the drafts of videos that are going to be used I ended up in tears and and other your time's I'm fine when the attack happened in Powei that retraumatize people in the community including people like may so I just think they're good days is there a bad days and I'll end this part just by saying that one of the blessings in my professional work has been getting to know especially the victims families who were closest to the incident they are truly remarkable wonderful strong inspiring people that's that's that's beautiful a year ago so when this happened Pittsburgh became a mechanism for antisemitism in America right it became a kind of shorthand when many people today say Pittsburgh they don't mean the city on the allegheny river they mean the place where an anti Semite attacked a synagogue and that for you it's home right it's where you raised your kids it's where you work and perhaps not only where you go to work but it's the community that you really help to Lee it has it been jarring disconnect between the city people talk about in the one that you live in it's actually interesting I just I wrote a piece and I haven't done anything with it yet it on this topic specifically because I really might even be anger that I feel when people referred do what happened here as Pittsburgh they say we have to remember Pittsburgh Yeah and when I what I want them to know about Pittsburgh is that this is an incredible unique Jewish community this is a place that's growing with close to fifty thousand Jews today that's getting younger with millennials going into our city because of the increase in eds and meds higher education medical work and high tech in general and it is is and I always state this without actually ever researching it but it never stops me it is the last major urban center Jewish community in North America outside of New York every other Jewish comed- that I know of the major community has moved out of the city itself we are still saying entered in the city of Pittsburgh with the diversity of the Jewish community there it is an incredible place and that's when it comes to the Jewish communities what Pittsburgh it should mean and when it comes to being just a city this is the city that built America it had the third most fortune five hundred companies in America after New York and Chicago for a number of years it literally built America with its steel and those are the things that people need to remember about Pittsburgh this week AJC released the findings of a new survey of American Jews feelings about antisemitism and in the survey we found that a quarter of American Jews say that they avoid certain aces events or situation out of concern for their safety as Jews forty-seven percent report that Jewish institutions with which they are affiliated have been targeted by antisemitic threats graffiti or attacks and more than half of American Jews report having police and or private guards posted outside of their institutions. What has the hardening of Jewish communal spaces look like in Pittsburgh so just to take it back prior talks over twenty seventh year and a half before we hired a Jewish community security director at the Federation to start looking at that and his work save lives on Tober Twenty-seventh we we know that from people who survived in twenty four hours after the shooting took place we convened all of our Jewish institutions for briefing with our security director FBI police local politicians and talked about what was going on in the community and we at the federation made the Vision we hired armed guards throughout the Jewish community for the next four weeks we paid for it and the whole idea was to build resilience we didn't want people so scared of coming into our Jewish institutions forty eight hours after the shooting the largest Jewish preschool which is located at JC and Squirrel Hill all but one family showed up that's what we were aiming for and yes facilities have been physically hardened and there are addition thousands of new personnel for security at many of them as well someone asked me about this earlier today and you know has it has on an impact on people my own synagogue I was just there for Simpler Toronto Media Sarit I know the armed guard the people who come a lot we know oh that guard he is not Jewish he wishes you Chabad Shalom on Chabad and hugs them on the holiday it's not jarring it's comforting actually for most people I think and he's almost a member of the community and it's really it's been beautiful I think that's the way a lot of the institutions have tried to deal with the addition of security personnel now the tree of life congregation where the shooting took place last year issued a statement just last week too it's it's New Vision for the synagogue building a new mission for that institution can you tell us more about that before I answer the question I wanted just makes are we make one point that it was the tree of life building where the attack took place and that building house three congregation right tree of life New Light Endorse Hadasha and I I know you know that Steffi but I wanna make sure your listeners know that it's really important that people realize that so they've been talking about this for several months now with different parties that might be interested in co locating and collaborating on the site there's just been one initial meeting with the group I know that because we at the federation help convene that first meeting and there are a lot of details to be worked out think the congregation tree of life itself the owner of the building has been very public especially Rabbi Myers and there president that they are committed to re opening on that site in some way what it looks like exactly I think we'll take some time but the idea that Jewish life will be can you on that corner in Squirrel Hill I think is definitely is key to their thinking I just WanNa close by asking You Jeff how are you going to be spending the day I'm sure you're going to be on call and and working throughout the what will you be doing to commemorate next week so the day has been planned there's been a group that's been meeting from about the third week after the shooting they've been meeting every Thursday and that group is convened by actually part of the federal government with representatives of the three impacted congregations it's the Jewish Federation are Jewish community center or Jewish family and community service this is another local nonprofit called the Center for victims and a couple of official representatives of the victims families themselves and they have put together the framework of what will be happening that day my federation team is the one that's actually done the heavy lifting to make it all happen and that's what I'll be participating in starting at eleven am we have volunteer activities we have slots for slightly over eight hundred people as of today we're well over seven hundred are already filled in the ideas that we're going to make the world a better place in the name of those lives we lost very traditional Jewish way to do it at two o'clock the next traditional Jewish way to remember those who have lost will be tower study and I I think we're approaching four hundred people now registered for that with lots of different teachers representing all the different streams of Judaism which is I think the way we function in Pittsburgh working together and then at five o'clock will be a large community gathering to be run about an hour or so and most of that again centered around those we lost everything that's happening that day is victim centered and trauma informed because it's the local incident in Pittsburgh whereas the rest of the country that are doing things for them it's not their neighborhood per se and so that's how I'll be spent in my day is going to each of these things and being with our community well jeff our thoughts will be with you as you do that thank you so much for joining us on people at the todd thanks EFI
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Chris Sheldrick is co founder and CEO we owe at what three words and he says traditional addresses are too often imprecise and overdue for improvement it is incredibly difficult still so in many parts of the world to get exactly to where you're going and in the UK and the US that can be getting to the right entrance of a building even if the address contemplates to the right place but in so much of the world's just oven areas or Roy areas just not properly match addressed tool so we wanted to provide a very simple yet accurate way all talking about any ten foot square in the world. I understand that addresses can be a little difficult to navigate advocate but I imagine a time when electricity will go out or cell service. We'll go down. Is there a way that we could use this. If we didn't have computer or smartphone capability I see what you mean if he had no smartphone and Kapiti capability yes you would be stuck to us three address in us. Norio Butts while smartphones are here with us and functioning then three would addressees can provide a really really good way to get around and just to be clear like we're not trying line to replace addresses or area names or any of this sort of historical ways that we talk about the world what we're trying to do is when you do have a small faint sane or call will some electric device which want to really simplify the way the you can communicate a precise location. How do you make money so what three words is is a free APP for consumers to use free website we license attack to businesses who wants to convert between three addresses and coordinates so for example well we charge our customers like Mercedes Benz to have what three words pre fitted into that calls. How do you see this being useful in the future as new technology develops so a lot of it is all around precision if you think about drones and drone delivery I mean Nolanda is a post to the trust can be good enough because you're gonNA have to specify the Franca another back on starting to see the software developers who make software for these kinds of things putting in what we were at this very early stage because the idea of somebody like manually typing in that GPS coordinates full adroit to make a delivery seems kind of difficult. Chris Sheldrick is CEO of what three words the words are random which can seem suspect when game winning goal points to a spot in Brazil. What do you do if you live at massive passive dinosaur pile. Can you lobby for a change. Sheldrick says nope that's locked in but you could just pick an adjacent square and now for some related links by the way you can't use what three words on Google or apple maps yet still. I've we've had fun looking at locations on what three words like if you're searching for able bodied gentlemen you'll have to swim. He's pretty far off the coast of Chile. If you're skeptical of what three words and it's mapping here not alone one what three words skeptic blogger terence eden takes issue with a lot of what the company offers most of all. He doesn't like that the company's. Algorithm is proprietary therefore secret which he says goes against the open source feel. It's going for one interesting side note. He points out is that tectonic shift means. Many spots will someday have to change the three words associated with their locations. There's no place I'd rather be right now than punk unfriendly cooking. If you're nervous about tech companies knowing and utilizing your location data you might might not like that apple appears to be preparing to hyper boost future phone models tracking and locating capabilities venture beat says leaks specs for co-processor processor code named rose APPs up phone sensors with it an iphone. We'll be able to tell when it's falling also the way it and other accessories are laid out in a room. Future phones could also contain ultra wideband wireless radio technology that will allow items to be pinpointed to within ten to thirty centimeters of their actual locations good luck finding me in my secret underground headquarters which according to this APP is not too far north of New Orleans breath. I'm Jed Kim and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by ENTERCOM NARCAN intercom. 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"thirty centimeters" Discussed on The Health Code
"I am the school and Arab moved me, including you so cut, like opens dole. Hang on a second. I'm a NAS father figure in the family and I opened the door for you with the pram and Sarah bus driver face on. Over the top of my brain, new vans, Pule white, by the way, brain, new ran over him mocks all over him was the prance hot to control. It hasn't mind if it's it is not the person who is in control of France. Seriously? I thought I was going to miss being pregnant, because when you're pregnant, everyone's so nice to you. Run people give up there seat for you. Like all let me open the door. I was like, I'm going to miss this prams away. Amen. Amen daddy. Everyone opens the door for you. The, the old ladies is so nice can I peek in the program? Like I love it can FOX never grow up, so fun. But is great. I'm constantly covered in vomit, like actually, Poos, not, really the thing like all you covered in poo involvement. No just bomb it. He's a reflex, baby. But I'm in a really good head space. I think for me, you guys know I am such a better person, a better girlfriend, a better friend daughter, and mom. When I have that one hour, five times a week to myself to just train get my energy out, and it's just kind of like May-time reflective time. I feel like I'm a nicer person this week just going to the gym. I agree with that. And I think it's just because that's your that's your normal routine. Yeah. That's my passion. But I'm gonna I'm gonna bring you down a level. Why? Because as a few things few new things that I've experienced in this week and a few things that have happened in the positive, I guess, Rico. Come to life again. One of them squirting milk. Says he ipod. No. Let me tell the store. We were in the kitchen yellow day. And like, you know, Sarah's boobs they lactate at particular times of the day. Anyway, these one day, she's like, give me give me give me a rush off. I get these, like these Burke cloth that we have I take it over to her next minute. I know she turns around from, like cooking, and she's got to go to movies yet. I'm sorry. It's getting yet. Good movies. Yeah. Turns around meal, spraying everywhere. Face my coughing. I feel so powerful walking chasing off makers, like thirty centimeters. Right. Like projectiles thirty centimeters it spurts at I'm walking out like Madonna Madonna had. From her booth is I love it. I love my values. Not a move..
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"If again, going back to if you think of of this as a piece of clothing, you've got this really nice gym for that you like and you wash it every single day now in several years time, it might look a bit warmed, especially if you wear everyday, but you wouldn't be surprised. That that you go well for a while in the where everyday so I won't, but we have that same mentality with hat, and he's exactly the same process. Those fibers on your jump are are as dead as the half as fibers on your head. But we think that if we treat it with this miracle lotion that will invented combs, Pat. How some sets you got something. That's Ponti jumper repair the hole caused by warranty. Go. No immediate probably by. But you won't be surprised that doesn't work then hole in your gym would still be that on the damage that is caused by everyday wear and tear is still a pound the next day. The next day. The next day was so care of hat should start from day one. The problem is that if you've if you've got have which is about four thirty centimeters, which is just past your shoulders, usually in in a woman that's about three years old. So so the head you today. Right. I'm not going to damage anybody. You've already damaged it for threes before you made that decision. So this is a very long view that you had to take for half. If you start using these bushes, you're not going to see a miracle overnight. So if you haven't this Dila bit damaged and celebrate rats Silbert brecca you have caused because you've got three years previous haven't cared for it. But. Head which is growing will benefit. Yeah. So you looking at really long. Advantages. If you start caring for your head now, which stuck spec to that's the problem with have people expect it to work like skin. So you put something on your skin, it feels better instantly had doesn't right? So you've got thirty centimeter long hair. So how long are we talking how many inches of have to grow before you will see benefits from having really amped up the care of your have regime once a month on you damage all the hat from your scalp almonds. So that be settlements. Obviously if you're using bets quality products better quality brushes than you will you will not damage your as much moving forward. But what he does sees that quick. It's brilliant. Now, you're not going to wake up the next morning with amazing hack. It's a process, and you've got such commit to the might because I've just watched you do a demonstration about finer fire Gile, which is the tangle t the brush, and it's the teeth thirty percents softer. So even that alone surely on the head that's older. Does that that helps smooth it out.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Let my favorite hat on today. Yeah. Yeah. You really put a lot of effort into today's look I got to say happy Friday using plaid shirt. Again, Pini pulled on your eyebrows. I gotta get my hair colored tomorrow morning at six AM. So I didn't want to wash my hair today. It's better if your hair's dirty when they put the color on it stays longer. Oh, I did not know that. Yeah. So I was I didn't want to wash my hair today. And I need to get the bottle out squeeze out on my head pretty soon to that little skunks right along the top. Well that happens fast. Anyway, here's what's happening. All right. Weatherwise looks like we got a break today. We got snow, man. We get the total counts right now. I'll look at it. Okay. Hopefully for the next time they had eleven inches in the last twenty four hours to us. Because there's no predicted again for tomorrow with a low of ten and a high of thirty one. That's all day tomorrow. For Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday such great news. Keep on this. I don't know this place. You guys might know at mount rose ski Tahoe. Okay. More. Let's see thirty centimeters more than a foot of snow has fallen at ski resorts isn't mount rose like closer to two Donner mount roses. I it's between like the the lake and Reno. Okay. I think you're right. Between Reno it says between reno-tahoe. Yeah. See, I don't know the areas. I can't really tell you guys. All I'll look it up. But right now, it looks like we did. Well. Today. Nice and cold. That's what you want a snow. Snow? You expected for tomorrow. Big deal. Oh and rain for us. So, you know. Well, we need that to right. You need all the weapons has to be wet. In football. The Cowboys won last night. They beat the saints thirteen. Really? Yeah. I know I'm very surprised to hear that. Yep. If you watch the game, you like me might be thinking what's up with those rafts? There were some bad call or as a Janke calls some controversial calls, but whatever Cowboys got to win and the Niners play in Seattle over the weekend. But the chiefs are in town to take on Oakland. Okay. So the raiders have. Home game on Sunday. Yeah. This is supposed to rain. Let me see what exactly we've got on. The. I was looking at the snow reports Saturday Saturday's supposed to rain Sunday might actually Sunday is clear. Okay. Sunday is clear Saturday rain Sunday clear Monday clear and then Tuesday, Wednesday rain again. All right. All right. So there's that. I didn't look at the path. I'll get back to you on that..
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast
"It has eight elements in five groups on minimum focused this than civil Levin point, eight inches also known as thirty centimeters up top. You're going to find to dials with what I think are rather obnoxious yellow lettering on them and around. Back as a rather large four point, three inch, multi touch display with an equally nice pixel density of three hundred and thirty eight pixels Paranchuk also known as PPI and that's something that's an income in incredibly handy. Went editing your photos via the familiar sliders of adobe Photoshop. Light room CC which as I said is built in, listen, if you get a camera like this and the goals that get your photos up on social media or wherever else as quickly as possible, having light room CeCe in your camera for some quick edits, then passing that off to your phone with bluetooth to upload them. That is actually pretty darn useful right there. And I said phone, not tablet because if you're going to do that, you might as well just go ahead and use any other camera and and it on your ipad or what have you, right, right. You know, I'm photos through Dhamma says, you know, and I see the future. Adobe can license. This that any camera maker out there, it can't possibly be hard to implement it via firmware, heck, you could even make it so people could unlock this in their camera if they're already paying for the desktop version or whatever of light room, that would be pretty easy to do. It's nearly twenty nineteen. This could actually be thing if they wanted to be. I think this is something we're going to see. You know, adobe wants the beyond all your devices again be and then includes your camera. Of course it does. And now they've made that happen well. So those who by Zeiss z x. one which isn't going to be a whole lot of people comparatively, but still it's a start, you know, adobe was on your desktop. Now they're on your phone and your tablet and being on your camera, just make sense. So watch for that that is going to happen and bring it on. I say, you know, you don't have to use it if you don't want to just like with picture styles. Or the af on button options. Options are good. Further trainer. Remove the computer out of the equation. This camera can completely cut the computer out of it, updating its firmware over the air via WI fi. And that is awesome. The one also has five hundred twelve gigabytes of internal storage, so no card is needed and that's enough to hold roughly six thousand.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on EconTalk
"Most likely we could took them about the the weather so that they'd know about the weather. We could ask them how they got hit today. We look at that picture of the kids playing frisbee in the pack and say, how does a frisbee and we might expect them on metric. You know, it's all about thirty centimeters diameter, but we'd expect them to tell us how big a frisbee is. And you know with with expect that if we said to them old frisbees really tasty, that would look at us as we were little, not not a he and say, what are you talking about? But when we see an a system such as, you know. Back in two thousand fourteen. I think it was when image labeling introduced the world and an article in the New York Times by John, knock off with Google image label, labeling images, kids playing frisbee and the puck, etcetera. People. I think sore that level of competence, a performance at Hsun that the the system had the same level of competence as a human do that. But the system didn't even know what a what a game was, what a frisbee was, you know, couldn't could non any questions at all, but it said and couldn't, you know, can a six month old play frisbee. It wouldn't know. Gonna put, throw a threes, be three miles. It wouldn't know. So I think people make that mistake, and I think these pundits have seen opponents and mistaken for competence and systems we have today are only berry very narrow performance. In the analog. The analog here would be the the driverless cars that are forget, which guest was I apologize to that person. But somebody pointed out in the program that really driving, they're more like a train. They have a fix track. They kind of stay on the can't really deal with surprises anything remotely, like a human drivers. They're not mimicking what human does when human drives a car. That's the most important point in that your point about the photograph, we take a photograph because you looks interesting to you and foreigner wants to talk to you about it. You speak their language somewhat. You can have a conversation about what's in the photograph, but while the Intel, the computer might build a label, the photograph it doesn't quote understand it, but isn't that wouldn't the argument that just a matter of time? Oh yes. That's the magic thing. We'll certainly do that soon. Well, those of us who worked illicit as long as I have. You know, has been around just over sixty years, and I've been working in just over forty years know-how, had each of these little steps as being and how few of the steps we have the woods, the superintendents that these people talk about how few with a baby steps towards you know, I often think that. Maybe we're building laddis and people are seeing they getting closer to the moon, they'll get the moon really soon retire. Yeah, it may not be just a matter of time at all..
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"More virulent strains can be cultivated play could create casualties often out of all proportion to the number of bacteria disseminated each she deduced therefore that it would make an efficient weapon said about preparing the most dangerous strains and at some point on this podcast we'll talk about the black plague which is an epidemic that was insane in europe but when you when you when you have any knowledge about the black plague and you read about someone that's looking at it saying hey this looks like a good idea you realize that this is just a sick sadistic person plague had another advantage for itchy its origins could be concealed science had not been provided a satisfactory answer to the age old question of why where for how long and how badly a plague epidemic broke out so he he's thought this is great we can cover it up a plague hits our enemy and we you know we don't know where it came from so they are producing this they begin to produce this so large was the production plant that in the heyday of unit seven thirty one and had the potential for creating sufficient bacteria to kill the world's population several times over now that issue could produce plague and other veer practitioner in sufficient quantities for warfare his next task was to discover how he could deliver his deadly microbes to the enemy and obviously i'm not reading this entire book and and there's more detail about the process of getting to breed these bacteria once they figured out how to breathe it and now we got to figure out how to deliver it how are we going to attack the enemy with this he tries all kinds of different things and then finally back to the book his i had come to rest upon the humble flea as in nature so tune war this minute insect could be relied upon as the carrier of pestilence to yield vast quantities of fleas and feed them enormous numbers of rats had to be caught and bread this was the job of unit seven thirty one animal house run by e she's elder brother meet sewell there's like a as i was reading this there's like this whole image of i mean are there us think about the the reputation of rats and fleas right rats and fleas are just they're the worst right and and it just paints this picture you just see rats and fleas and this is what they're breeding this could this is like a horror movie at back to the book at times of peak production members of issues force were required to dress in civilian clothes and go rat catching he found a method suitable for weapons use here's a description of the flea factory the second division had four special premises for the mass breeding of fleas in which a mixed temperature a fixed temperature of thirty degrees celsius what's maintained metal jars thirty centimeters high and fifty centimeters wide were used for the bleep breeding of fleas rice husks were poured into the jars to keep the fleas in after these preparations a few fleas were put into each jar and also a white rat for them to feed on the rat was fastened in such a way as to not hurt the fleas.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe
"And i am ran ozal and if you're just doing is we're talking to paolo marin and ross winans about new digital tools at noah that help people better understand our coastline and of course the right before the break were getting really into the three d printed coral polyps its ability to change right in front of our face but what a move on a little bit to ross's work in his collection of data to really better inform what our coastlines look like ross you're describing you know you sort of take big images of stuff and sort of bring it into something that's more manageable and and allow coastal management personnel to to better understand are you able to now sort of trace or track the the changing coastline over the period of time that you've been studying certainly yes i think you hit on it pretty well they're the kind of work i do is almost the opposite of apollo was talking about taking big things and making small so that you can see exactly what's going on on the island scale or even the national scale ethan so i think some good examples of the changing coastlines and making things a little bit more accessible would be the the sea level rise and coastal flooding impacts viewer which is a tool that's a publicly accessible tool on noah's digital coast and what this tool does is it allows you to envision what inundation would look like in your community over time so imagine it like a google maps type interface with satellite imagery so you can see your neighborhoods the school you went to where you go grocery shopping and then you can drag a slider to kind of look at what different inundation scenarios would look like so if i say to you guys we're going to get like thirty centimeters or about a foot of sea level rise in the in the next hundred years you guys probably doesn't sound like a lot right thirty centimeters but if you look at it on a map thirty centimeters a lot of inland area so very small changes in the ocean can result in major impacts on land and the sealevel rise you're is really a starting point for the conversation where you can kind of visualize what parts of your community might be exposed to hazards and it doesn't just have to be sealevel rise it can be flooding from a storm or soon nami waves all different types of things we saw a lot of attention in this when we have coverage of king tides and unusually i tie and you know certainly whether it's low lying areas like parts of luna puna or maybe kakaako where people are kind of worried when you talk about your coastlines project how much of the hawaiian islands are you imaging and tracking certainly not just no so we're a national office so we're tracking all of the coastal areas of the united states and that also includes the us island the territory so law american samoa so all it's available for all of the islands in hawaii right now also your office actually has oversight of all the coastlines the us so it's not so much oversight there's a lot of different agencies working at a lot of areas we provide more of a service oriented office where we're trying to empower local communities to really build better resilient so here in hawaii for instance you have the office of planning at the state level and they're doing a fantastic job of making sure and like hawaii civil defense they're all working in lockstep to make sure that the cosigns are secure happy places to live economically vibrant and that's where we come in as we're really just trying to provide data and tools enhance that mission so i'm curious in the city and county there's an office of sustainability and resilience they're looking at a much of the things that you're talking about so i'm curious how to interface with them and how do they take the information that you've created to better plan perhaps in the city and county.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Just fifteen to thirty centimeters as water levels lowered hidden adams beneath the surface where exposed the heat wave subsided september five but the voluntary reservoir had yet to rate few to fishermen had their lawns hanging his sally's breach and narrow lawing bridge the cross the reservoir as they whited the men co saw of a bag in the shallow on moving water below they didn't have the rod equipment to retrieve it said i left it five days later on september ten william fagin crossed sally's bridge on his way to work he ran into his brother james and a friend mark queen as the men chatted something shawnee in the water below caught their attention marks applaud hook and attention strep and the men said to work trying to retrieve the metallic oh checked hanging the strap over the bridge they deep to the hook into the water i snagged and lifted their numerous autumn's including a single a hoodie handcuffs leg shackles and a ball gag sawed from the closing the other autumn's nine to be used about those within the bay dsm community and erotic practice involving consensual bondage discipline dominance and submission with the at any clue what to do with their fond the men placed the objects on top of the small wall of the bridge and went this effort ways william fagin couldn't stop thinking about the strange autumn's feast from the reservoir he returned to the bridge the following day the autumns were still on the wool where the group had left them william took the collection to the rent would god station handing them over to officer james donahue no being i would feel mmediately jewelry any significance from the autumns donahue hung the clothing up trod into bag the rest of the autumns however he's more was played with unanswered questions the following day donahue contacted william fagin wanting to be taken to where the autumns were found the pair arrived at sally's bridge but the reservoir water was too murky to say beneath the surface he conducted cursory search the.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"I'm functional mariah scanner so we had to specific holding device where we can put the animal inside and then put the whole holding device into the scanner sold our tubes i'm mature like thirty centimeters diomede or so small crocodile would fit inside willingly actually yes that's an intricate story on so in the beginning we plan to anesthetize the animals and there's a specific anesthetic which is used nfl i because some of the distort the signal in the brain so we had to use one anesthetic and we had to figure out that this unaesthetic is not really working on crooked i'ts and that have been on the first day and was like oh my god the study is not that but fortunately for us the crocodile it's seemed to like the tube of the scanner it was relatively woman there it was doc in there and when we put the animals inside they didn't move at all which was re so pricing for us actually didn't move less than a human would in a scanner and the whole the had still and become them and they did that for almost an hour it was amazing using wow okay so you've got you crocodile in the fm scanner that's gonna look at its brain why bach music the thing about classical music generalists that is very complex type of sound so there are a lot of different amplitude and also a lot of different frequencies especially when they played bill and whole orchestra and we were using the sound as complex on to see if there's a difference in brain activity between complex life lexical music for example and simple simile for example like put tones and also we wanted to use something which is neutral to the animal to not activate any areas which are important for emotions for example so what did you see happening in the crocodile brain when you played bach compared to say just pure tone when we played the first thing was that there were many more areas active so nominee when you play a simple tone we have one primary area which is active but not many more but when we played back they were.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton
"Maturity some of them it's twelve you know and you have to know every for that so do you see a difference there on sand versus klay because he worked with scher if you walk with clay not the same l working with sent you know for example when they used to walk with arses it's not the same walk in sent to walk in clay other we've clay that's why hold people used to keep their identity with one meters between each lines for the arse to walk with klay specially when it's after big san when it's very hard but even if it's after rains if it stands it's easier and we can find vines planted in one meters thirty centimeters between eight lines because it was easier for the ossis you know every every vines have something to tell what you're saying is that the vine rose are longer and sand but they were shorter in clay so that the horse didn't have to walk as far yeah exactly i have cold basel in the north part of the appalachian would most of the time even in the sunni in the hot vintages the good maturity it's when they're we've twelve point five twelve alcohol not more but for you could be it different must i'm starting with the because the maturity is more important and the good maturity with the political the phonetic maturity it's thirteen and a half sometimes fourteen in every difference my father always start very later but he was really in relationship with the climates.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It was near the bank of revived in tundra it was made there was still snow but it was already melting we came close and my son's figured out it was a mammoth it was frozen it didn't smell if anything but we knew what it was resembling a small elephant with thick wrinkled skin and a trunk the female baby mamas which became known as nuba was in near perfect condition it was just one hundred and thirty centimeters tall and weighed around fifty kilos and its board it looked kind of deflated due to the pressure of the inviting you mammoth probably just a month old and she is amazingly well preserved say that we have her skin her soft issues and we even have the contents of her got you can see the texture of the skin you can see individual hair follicles there and there's even some for preserved middle patches of eight and she's lost her title is about the alice roberts natural history expert describing nuba for a bbc programme back in two thousand twelve before luebbe several other baby mamas had already been found in the north of russia but never in such good condition you would have roamed the area around forty two thousand years ago discovering remains was pure chance he liam says you just like his ancestors he takes his dear south of your mouth for the winter months where it's warmer and there is some vegetation and then around me he shepherds the her back north for the summer it was on this journey north that you re and his sons sported the creatures board they just under the snow zoya zafar baker runs the local history museum in your celje from where you re stopped to speak to me on skype you don preproduction this nigam the too was already dusted with snow and that year there were strong snowstorms late in may as no much they don't stay at one place for long so they could have just moved on without noticing and later this new would have melted and she would have been carried away by.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM
"The heart of nature so let me take you to the northeast amazon where i've been working for many decades to the country of suriname formerly known as one of the most pristine rainforest countries in the world and to the village of muthu which is the indigenous capital of the north east amazon as an ethnobotanist mark plotkin has long explored the relationship between people and plants early on began studying and working with native peoples of the amazon he co founded the nonprofit amazon conservation team act to help conserve the vital and threaten south american rainforests as he began to understand the intimate interdependence of people in place he developed a bio cultural conservation strategy that has led to astonishing successes by merging nature culture and high technology it starts and ends with the land and the rivers and the forest mark plotkin spoke at a buying year's conference the trio indians came to my organization the amazon conservation team and said we want title to our land and we went to the government and they said where's your map and we didn't know what amount was so now we know and we want the amazon conservation team to help us and i said we will help you and they said so you'll make them out i and i said no and they said what we thought you said you were gonna help us and i said we will help you and they said she'll make them out and i said no we won't make a map you'll make them up we train them to map their own lands thanks to our partnership with digital globe these indians have access to the best aerial photography and imagery on the planet a single pixel used to be thirty meters across today it's thirty centimeters we went from third of a football field to a banana leaf this gives the indians the upper hand in dealing with the outside world on their own terms.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley
"All of account when they came back i didn't everyday is richard right get your planet's out let's hello can see how you tracked over the last night he dies so by creating a framework and structure whereby the implementation was found more likely no one might perfect progress but as i used to always say them it's about progress not perfection progress not perfection it you said you were going to system is your office to do with least meet a consultant and talk about doing it do what wall progress did you make because what i found is that we have this in bill beat me up mechanism where we you know it's like people would people would get a gulf drive this beautiful down the fairway and that get you know like one foot thirty centimeters away from the hall they go i missed it by thirty centimeters and i forgot about the two hundred forty freaking leaders like that bowl so so we used to we used to get them to stop and he was hadn't hit the planet probably even as which in a no one no into but we used to get them to stop and reflect on the progress that might so they self esteem would increase confidence would increase does people would actually of course make progress in the volume ninety days so i wanna i to thank you for that i want to give it a little bit a couple of questions let you run joe i'm really curious about two things in your life right now that you one you talked about we talk about both lightly what was the reason for the theology diploma and in i ask that question because you've also talked about your desire and study of zen.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"Uh i don't think roquemaure side hours us i note into a vast differences the vast offerings also known as the sperm duct that's where it i just words traded within tube a process for kimberly were doing with approximately thirty centimetres harsh from the epa d epa did miss an he miss a heart to the pelvic cavity okay it carries the spermatozoa own a pelvic cavity from the epa did of a demonize to the jackie yuli tori tucked we saw in what the heck are the balls doing i am getting old gary good like are they just they bear after that is something fowler okay three accessory glands jake a fascinating clams provide fluids that lubricate the duct system and nourish the sperm cells there are the seminal vesicles the prostrate prostrate so you lay prostrate prostate gland uh and the pole bird thirdworld clans okay so known as the cowher glands apparently calpers so okay whoa little okay so the the spur the sperm duct makes the sperm or it because like okay thing about this a tear duct makes tears right yes and then they go on your eye so sperm duct makes the sperm and then he threw tear duct make the toilet either did his let him out yeah that's luna and what some amway sperm the the test what did i we okay doubting every week so then why with the sperm shoot away from the penis and then going back into the penis because that's how it works why did they just go straight they are low shot cheated the orgy that everything the vital'o com all of this has happened before it all of this will happen again and it's true the testicle or tested is the man mamerta this in the mail productive glenn's it all animal concluding human it is a moeller grwoth to the female ovary.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And that is this week's the off factor story eroded filmmaker movie out of that they made a movie energy waitress who is given the lottery tickets or something like that her someone's shared a lot to retake at this meeting here he has pretty hip find that an nicholas cage right right right exactly with alcohol i forget i remember that movie that was kind of a fun movie as has gone along the same lines baby that guys saw that movie and either that or reason watch lot of oprah winfrey either way the akagera not so much the kindness of his parents they were kinda car um you know i watched the video it doesn't it i mean it it it was a used car like he was in yet but right it's certainly it's going to get them to and from work in rome probably make his life much much easier from here on out hey guys that are coming up who often make many people who visually impaired life easier sunway coming up i was getting to and to appear before we get to that speaking of making life easier i've been really you know i go on the internet and i read a lot about what's going on and there are just tons of all different kinds of robots being create i'm good or bad i though no i think for some people it is good until takeover no wild and i was talking to bread he he seems a up for it you know especially the the cars that drive off friday selfdriving yeah and but as i saw where there is a sony has developed an intelligent roebuck pet so now it's about the hump it was thirty centimeters about one foot it's a long hound like machine comes complete with flapping ears and its eyes i made of a cutting edge light emitting display and it could show various emotions it it's called abel and it's fitted with an array of sensors cameras and microphones and uh also internet connectivity so obviously there are guide dogs and brett has sky talk but i was wondering if in the future her they could create robot guide dogs and of this might be the beginning of something like that i.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on Ham Radio 360
"To us pretty cool so there's just is israeli the foundation of potential unlimited potentially projects regarding ham radio communications digital voice digital data a combination thereof as simple as you wanna make it by point two point or it could be as broad as you could afford to build it here it's it's important remember that will you ferret a r f his is we kinda tend to look at it as a like an educational company a it is is kind of our our our main point of how we kind of you cells that we provide hardware but we don't really want to necessarily only do that like we want to build a new new version but we want to we want to enable our view of what ham radio could be in that's by providing the hardware we do that and then also by working on the software that goes with it we are are helping show people uh an were in learning ourselves i've learned a ton doing this um how we should view the hobby great um i always i always like to look at how verity right now goes on aps um which aps is a is a cool system but um when you look at a fairly radio it looks like any other pierce radio eight you don't know it's on thirty centimeters in us because i just it just interfaces over python with some sockets um that when a radio here's another station it takes the it takes the packet and basically sends it into the aps network an puts it on their like it's just it's software like making uh making these steps and building these systems to be interoperable is really a software problem um uh brennan iowa you know one of the things that we we often we'll we'll talk about two is the whole idea of a non interoperability rate like people often will complain you know d star in dmr or a system fusion these things on talk to each other um i mean yesterday the technical aspects of different mighty lesions different schemes like that in this some sort of this political aspects to a two people don't want these networks to be combined but like there's really no reason why we can't build something that allows other other projects to talk to you like.
"thirty centimeters" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"Are we got me a much lighter guy he does all new google virtual in one oh my goodness me i had more than i thought i struck love the fatter on since you started drinking whisky has got bit messier a guy strong uk yeah i mean with drunken changshi nearly two time one and that in though thirty centimetres high i my chocolate ramon onederra is beans as well with pretty well done you plays product of island that one i just read desire he doesn't ratings twohove all protocol violence gavin the rest come on okay veritas does the rest league lockout sayed alqitt ladies circulate now that was a four hour ted i'll be like oh no oh god dominic governor while he of the of a new brand new ones taste tomorrow and pepper here's the good news is you get can i can i see the your l he didn't finish until you too heavy to finish it get me lay look i've been on my chocolate thomas out all of danny's beans yet about over eleven elfi tug now don't condone it took sense your hammered out by radio don't try this hype now you has what we at the moment it's christmas everbody eggs jio oh i use a question i have a was something recently i watched a i think i think you guys didn't australian sixty sixty minutes other stirring sixty minutes saw something you would you did a few infused together i was watching a few of them i stumbled across what i thought was a brilliant a great little bit of information i think if fleets sanpaolo towards the end of the the toll yeah and you all off a couple of you guys went to see paul mccartney yes that did you all go i was the only one who didn't know that there was any advice paul anka no there all right what playing down the road as well.