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"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on UN News
"This is the news in brief from the united nations. Un secretary general antonio guitars how strongly condemned in the austrian capital vienna on monday evening. Which left four dead and many others with life threatening injuries. According to media reports there were six separate gun attacks in the city centre and police were continuing their hunt for suspects on tuesday mystic terrorists spokesperson said in a statement that he was following the situation with utmost concern. He strongly condemns these attacks and reaffirms solidarity of the united nations with the people and the government of austria. The statement noted. Mister gutierrez also offered his condolences to the families of the victims and wished those injured a speedy recovery vienna a number of key offices including the un office on drugs and crime un adc the international atomic energy agency i a and u n industrial development organization unido thousands of people have fled cote d'ivoire amid post election violence there the refugee agency. Unhcr said on. Tuesday clashes erupted after the presidential election which was held on the thirty first of october leaving. At least a dozen dead and many more injured. Unhcr spokesperson boris chess. Your cough told journalists in geneva. Most of those seeking shelter are women and children from cote d'ivoire west and southwest regions. Mr chesnokov's said what we have seen. Is that the majority of those coming across the border women and children in fact more than half of those that have come in to liberia and ghana have been children. We are still trying to assess the profile people and why they are moving out as they are right. Now that is why we boosting capacity and deploying style developments followed the overwhelming reelection of seventy year old incumbent. President alassane ouattara with a reported ninety four percent of the vote. The election happened amid tension over president. Ouattara decision to run for a third term after he had gone on record as saying that he intended to step down to date. Unhcr has reported more than three thousand two hundred. I've orient refugee arrivals in liberia. Ghana and togo. They include former ivorian refugees who had only recently returned home before being forced to flee once again around one thousand arrived in liberia and twenty four hours by passing through several entry. Points along the border. With cote d'ivoire there are now being hosted by local communities you have shared what limited resources and shelter they have. Unhcr said the un agency also expressed its gratitude to cote d'ivoire neighbors for keeping their borders open despite the covid nineteen pandemic finally un agencies and partners have continued to deploy emergency relief in the philippines to help. Communities devastated by typhoon. Goni the superstorm. So named because it was the most powerful of the year so far battered the philippines on sunday with heavy rainfall flooding and landslides and winds of up to two hundred and twenty five kilometers per hour. Latest updates from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs reported. That eleven towns have been cut off on that. At least ten thousand houses were either destroyed or damaged flooding also affected albay province while lava deposits from the active may on volcano next as much flows and buried at least three hundred houses in good time before the typhoon made landfall authorities evacuated more than four hundred and fifty seven thousand people and opened well over two thousand two hundred reception centres. Will they response. Efforts have been complicated by the covid pandemic five. Un agencies are cooperating with the government at national partners to provide relief and continue assessing needs. These include un children's fund unicef has distributed water and sanitation and tense for child friendly spaces and the un development program buren dp which is providing satellite imagery of affected airs local government. The philippines has had more than three hundred and eighty three thousand cases of new coronavirus. The second most in southeast asia behind indonesia. Daniel johnson un news..
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on UN News
"This is the news. In brief from the united nations. As super typhoon goni batters the philippines. The un has urged humanitarian partners. To do all they can to save lives amid reports that it has killed at least seventeen people. The typhoons smashed into the country's main island luzon bringing heavy rainfall flooding and landslides and winds up to two hundred and twenty five kilometers per hour. Making it the most powerful storm of two thousand twenty. It lost power as it. Near the capital. Manila and humanitarian have already started working with the philippines. Government the national red cross and private sector groups to help those caught in the typhoons destructive path. Gustavo gonzales the un humanitarian coordinator in the philippines said that although the people of the philippines were incredibly. Resilient this is a very dangerous typhoon we must prepare for the worst and be ready to save lives also helping the response. The un migration agency iowa has dispatched teams to luzon island chief of mission in the philippines. Kristen said that there had been terrible. Destruction in the province of albay with power lines down houses destroyed and entire villages underwater. The government deserves a lot of credit for getting so many people to safety that we are preparing for more bad news as the emergency response continues. She said adding that the region was still reeling from the effects of typhoon. Mola which struck last week killing twenty two people. Un secretary general antonio guterres has spoken out against growing number of attacks on journalists in a message. Coinciding with the international day to end impunity crimes against journalists on monday the un chief said that the covid nineteen crisis had created new dangerous for reporters to there were at least twenty one attacks on media professionals covering protests in the first half twenty twenty that's equal to the tax in the whole twenty seventeen mister gutierrez said after highlighting greg constraints on the work of journalists including threats of prosecution arrest imprisonment denial of access and failure to investigate and prosecute crimes against them. The un's top officials said that when they are targeted societies as a whole pair price. If we do not protect journalists our ability to remain informed and make evidence based decisions is severely hampered misty guitarist insisted in his call for journalism without fear or favor and a free press that complaints essential role in peace justice sustainable development and human rights to geneva. Finally where belarus's human rights record has been reviewed by fellow u n member states along with thirteen other countries taking part in the universal periodic review process. The sheduled meeting comes soon after era. Urgent debate on belarus at the human rights council prompted by violence surrounding mass public demonstrations that have followed the presidential elections among those countries calling for reform. The us permanent representative to the geneva ambassador. Andrew berg expressed deep concern that the ongoing violence intimidation and repression against the belarusian people before calling for restraint from the authorities and a genuine dialogue with civil society earlier. Belarus ambassador in browser. Mitch told the geneva forum that while the government recognized that work needs to be done and would continue on some issues. True progress was only possible through respectful dialog without external pressure and blackmail daniel johnson un news..
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Producing people who are home to succeed in fight for titles and win succeed in satellite so for me. It's it's it is it's very reassurance and know that people who have gone before me on and walk the path on armed currently in into the Helios Turtles. I just ain't gone on different on on an I'm a young kid. He doesn't give she is who just wants to fight and fight. Anyone and I know stopped me and I don't care about what people think about me. I don't care about any of this win. And that's that's what drives in an absolute pleasure to speed. Yeah I'm so glad that we got you on. It's been a long time. Coleman on am I wanted to let everyone in Europe now one interest in do John. What a what a passionate go. Yeah and what a motivational do so. It's it was great to have you there on your course you are fully in Gary. I got one hundred percent of the of the area. They're very enthusiastic. Nothing else knows you wanna thanks would take pt as a pleasure talking disc till next door. 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Obviously the interview wooding there and m you talk representatives for even their you know their local communities guys you've played with their teams you know reece's is a prominent member open. Bala Meena Hayes. James was well and you know Rodney Unknown. That whole area enes the same around his community. And it's there's such goods you know lots in terms of you know dealing with the media like you know very articulate in the head they come across and are nothing but positive role models and representatives for the sport in Ireland and it's a crevice to two odds at such a young age to have such good head and the shoulders and hopefully that continues long into the future when both of them are in the AFC hoping the next two years. We'll be talking about both in being in the promotion on it. You know. I it's exciting time. See those those guys. Really sort of flourished at the Montana great representatives of safer mixed martial arts and this island. Yeah I mean I think about my cellphone. I was their age disgrace. Man Honestly like you couldn't put a base for forty minutes. Went to destroy age. Probably had a broken leg in on a boat and Australia. Getting heat stroke like you know what I mean like did hobbled by the way at that. Age So yeah. Let's just fantastic. And let's hope everything works out for them because they're there to go is really representing. The sport went as a sad and not too young individuals bar some of their clothing options. We thank you both dressed fantastic but I wanted to ask you. You were just speaking about the younger Noel. Rather all you think you in vertically began this whole me at twenty which are picks her beautiful hair in Australia. Back in the day you point them out with no is what's me it's wins is some new thing on the Hashtag. You put up a picture of you off notice. 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I think before you got one two zero on prime so I went out to me sisters today and I picked up today Clippers shave the head tomorrow back like in in my old days. I was like you know always wanted streaming the older. You either really long hair or just shave it all off. That was me back in the day so a Wacko of senior a boat an attack on a play three tomorrow name just short like why not focused. Like I'm not going to be going to impress fucking in this bloody office. Time so yeah focus. It'll grow back well hopefully grow by. Pt I'm not getting any younger as you all know. Are you going to receive a little bit? Unweighted wouldn't be mates slowly faulk said Oh. It's a sad joke. Like his Mason was caught in his hair and I think she took a Betamax. Sean calebs hadn't sort of lifted up his hand. Look what you did to me even holy fuck hated. Your hair grow box so quick. The sneaky that the boss gotta hair transplants. Well what where I mean. Don't they come in like if it's if it's ruining your life like you feel Buddhist? Fook like I don't know you just look like in your head like yeah because I know fucking rex. You're paranoid and he's dealing it. You can see them. It's it's it's it's it's huge data on the. I think it looks better longer. Mind boy deandre this. It's going to be a full on fucking. Oh Yeah No. I have no intention to Joan. I just hate these hairs. Grow in. The backyard has just get gatorade. Go get a beard. Trimmers. Just wipe them off. They do my halley up. We have a lane again so I wanted to ask you a few things. Am I one of these? Things is about the fact that you know we're allowed for you know an hour's exercise or whatever the hell wants to stay within your when your district or you know that your shops is just across the road there and I've seen that actually stopped going on full patrol Alexa. Wait for days waiting for this on getting focused mail that he could not give a fuck. I'm having grey crack scooting all over the place. Not Motor fucking thing. I've got one yet last week because my daddy like it goes up to twenty five kilometers in error. Like it's it's fucking weapon around like nuts. It's split handyman. It's good to get out and see what's going on around the town and patrolling and having people you know throw rose petals at me and the chicks Westland. Let me go for the confidence in you. Know being being down a bit in the last few weeks so at all good in the hold and Churchtown put obviously pizza. You gotta stay with inside your two kilometer radius. That's not go crazy. Probably not a great little thing. Honesty advised people to get them. I'm big fan of them whereas in Spain there last year. She's not same fucking years. Why years before we get to Spain again with this yeah like literally all over the place and there were on Everson's Dan. I was hoping to get one so one of the louds. Hope one for wholesale price so am. Yeah we'll johnny. It's one I have is worth worth between eight and nine hundred but I got it for six so yeah no it was a good deal on it so am hoppy and it goes like it for won't charge you get fifty kilometers. So Jesus Yeah you could go to the airport and Bach theoretically on E. Komo's on it goes off. Tell me twenty five kilometers per hour speed would tell me like how is a completely you had you have to leave it outside of the cause that shit is not gonna flow him lodge southbound. I wouldn't fly anywhere I wouldn't I wouldn't sleep. Showed no ends shock. But I'd walk shop because I'm GonNa lock for yet on. I'm sure if you can get like tracking system locks and all politics as well like if if if you're paranoid you can stick it in the motor and I'll probably just get by lock on Amazon or something in the next couple of weeks. But I won't be going to Tony Shops running to discuss agent further down. There's no queues. All might do not. We're value daughter. A big supermarkets wasn't followed Oprah. Now it does yeah default but it's it's a little bit of a heavier bought a you wouldn't sort of felt it open car you will say it'd be to Ivy League. It's a it's a heavy piece. It's good economical morality. You're really put me in this shit on these Stevenson Andy Stevenson. I'm sorry on these Stevens. The same same as Guardian to fucking so. They do sound quite yet they do. I would say that ink areas more of the old North County Twang to. It's not nor nor count because oil. Where's he from? You know from hood the posh parts of the north side. Yeah well I mean it's great. Yeah we want these going into parts. We had a finglas. We are with Neo Syria. Tallow a party of you know. Other side Sorta Call Panja the the privileged crew like yourself. You know what I mean so I mean it's all good every angle. I think it's great that represent course Andy. Stevenson Andy Right. Here's the thing. These built like a brick shithouses. He's is a lot fitter than OEM and come on that we know what it is. Though he gets he gets hit he gets hit. Open this tightness forfeiting. He dozes for Gay Z. Tag me sitting on the bog evacuating rebels as I do and I was sitting there. Going off airplay Andy.
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"To today's edition of the briefing with me and drew an immense search and rescue operation is underway in Japan following the country's worst tropical storm in decades with winds measured it upwards of two hundred and twenty five kilometers per hour more than one hundred thousand rescue workers are taking part in operations I'm joined now by close Tokyo Bureau Chief Funeral Wilson who is in L. Tokyo Bureau Fianna what is the lightest how kind of devastated does Japan now look this Loyd I mean if you're in Tokyo you'd think it looks pretty much okay I won't threw a big party Yogi Paul near our office saw some debris that clearing bird landslides forty seven people died thirty eight thousand people still to go home they'd been evacuated and one of the problems that the rain is falling actually even now has a fear that the ribbons might rise again so little bit of uncertainty I think Tokyo's Orion but but certain areas like not GonNa smeltzer these spectacular footage of submerged towns railway stations but that's an area of concern really really bad flooding the figure I mentioned early you're of more than one hundred thousand rescue workers who are they exactly in how he's Japan unable to get that many people into the field so quickly I mean Japan prepare for disaster I have to say if you think how enormous the storm was in forty seven people dying that's tragedy but really when you see the scale of it this thing it's quite remarkable Japan is pretty much back on its feet to know now that what they do is they get self defense forces number while they come out in force Japan it's an armed forces they come out also the police firefighters you also have a huge number of volunteer firefighters in Japan it's it's a long tradition you've had them so for many years in Japan and they were out in force a stray off the typhoon even joined the typhoon actually so the numbers of people helping have been absolutely immense as you were saying the.
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Pay for the parts doing jobs in supermarket so selling food on the streets. social media is a big part of the same to you and they use Facebook groups to exchange parts organize meet ups and share videos. one of the most striking things about this fight is there a four different weights attached to it I'm interested see how heavy this bike is is it okay if I try and pick up. okay let's try out for one of my my. that this like no you need two hands okay guys. how many how many kilograms. yeah the bike is forty kilos and I can feel it. and how fast you think you go in there yeah it does you may meals in twenty eighteen. with one of the fastest I've been it's one hundred and twenty five kilometers per hour in this highway going down the. twenty five. a taxi driver was just by my side and he was like you were one hundred twenty five right now how how did that feel. hello looking out that a lot of good in my soul when you're that as your like your tears are coming out of your eyes I know if it's because of joy or because they were so dry but it's nice. when you step on the. mon spike doesn't have pedals he says they slow him down so I wonder how does he gets up the steep mountain roads. following a different messages come. running up the right.
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At the back the soaring small round black hearings his face is still boyish has a mischievous glint in his eye. the bikes essentially Khomeini mom says he got the money to pay for the parts doing jobs in supermarkets of selling freedom street. social media is a big part of the scene too and they use Facebook groups to exchange parts organize meet ups and share videos. one of the most striking things about this fight is better for different weights attached to it I'm interested see how heavy this bike is is it okay if I try and pick up. okay let's try I've got one. okay that this hang like no you need two hands okay guys. how many how many of those. yeah the bike is forty kilos and I can feel it. and how fast you think you go in there yeah that's the main the legend twenty eighteen. the bass is I've been it's one hundred and twenty five kilometers per hour in this highway going down with. a hundred and twenty five. a taxi driver was just by my side and he was like you were one hundred twenty five right now how how did that feel. hello to point out that a lot of good in my soul when you're that as you're like yeah tears are coming out of your eyes I know if it's because of joy or because they're so dry but it's nice. when you step. mon spike doesn't.
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Eight dollars a barrel. Brent crude trays at sixty seven spot Fifty-three oil heading for a weekly gain ahead of the weekend. Opec plus a meeting. That's your Bloomberg business lashes, the unguaranteed with more on what's going on around the world. Thank you Neera forty nine. People have been shot dead at two mosques in New Zealand, and what authorities are calling a planned terror attack thirty nine. Others and are being treated in hospital after the shootings at two buildings in Christ Church. A man in his late twenties has charged with murder and his two in court. Tomorrow will bring more on that story throughout the morning. People living in one of Mozambique's largest cities have been warned to expect the worst case scenario as a major cyclone makes landfall the cyclone which is carrying winds up to two hundred twenty five kilometers per hour is making landfall near the port of buyer. Heavy rains have already killed about one hundred people in Mozambique and Malawi and golfer. Phil Mickelson took time out from the Players Championship yesterday often shooting to overpower that's to send a tweet. He too has hired the firm at the central explosive college, admissions of food scandal Mickelson said his family us. William Rick singers company to guide him through the process of college admissions his name wasn't connected with the case. And there has been no indication that he was involved. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries guarantee. This is Bloomberg Nara. Thank you so much now coming up next our colleagues in the US are getting ready for Bloomberg daybreak in New York. Let's check in with Nathan Hager. Good morning. Nathan. Well, we're going to continue. Of course, updating you on this terrorist attack at the mosques in New Zealand of fast moving developments there the we'll keep an eye on. Plus, we have a wrap up from the National People's Congress in China. The premier promising to stick to a stimulus strategy with new evidence of slowdown in the world's second largest economy. And speaking of slowdowns the British parliament is giving prime minister may more time for her Brexit deal. So the rush to March twenty ninth seems to be off for now. So how should investors react William Hobbs of Barclays will give us insights? And we know more of what led the US to change its mind about the Boeing seven thirty-seven max jet all that and more coming up with me and Karen Moskow on this Friday morning on Bloomberg daybreak narrow very interesting day ahead. Thank you so much Nathan Hager. This is daybreak Europe..
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Insult, but it is Chinese equities leading the way today. We're seeing the CSI three hundred rally as much as nine tenths of a percent. The Shanghai currently up half a percent this after Chinese Premier Li ka Chung announced plans for tax cuts to be swelled. Second logs to Konami that's alleviating investing sense every growth also providing a boost US futures the Chinese stimulus also sending the UN high and fuelling gains in the Ozzie and the Kiwi. They're up three and four tenths of a percent respectively. The yen, however, little change this morning trading at one hundred and eleven spot seven against the greenback off to the Bank of Japan left. Its monetary policy on hold the dollar fairly flat this morning as well. Treasury yields however down a basis point at two spots sixty two percent. The pound also steady following what has been a very volatile week for cable. It's currently trading at one spot that he to the euro, meanwhile, stronger this morning up one tenth of a percent against the dollar in commodities. Gold steadied at one thousand two hundred ninety five dollars an ounce after slumping one percent yesterday oil meanwhile, continuing its rally WTI crew trading well above the fifty eight dollars a barrel. Mark that's a Bloomberg business flash. Now his guarantee with more on what's going on around the world. Thank you, Sandra. Members of the Bangladesh. Cricket team in New Zealand for a tool half revealed. They narrowly avoided getting caught up in the shootings players and coaching staff or on their bounce approaching one of the mosques when the attack started the opening batsman. Tweet tweeted entire team got saved from active shooters this test with New Zealand to start tomorrow has now been called off people. Living in one of Mozambique's largest cities, helping warned to expect the worst case scenario as the major cycling makes landfall the cyclone which is carrying wins over up to two hundred and twenty five kilometers per hour is making landfall near the porta buyer. Heavy rains have already killed about one hundred people in Mozambique and Malawi and golfer. Phil Mickelson took time out from the pace championship yesterday after shooting two over par to send a tweet. He too has hide the firm at the center of the explosive college, admissions fraud scandal Mickelson said his family us. William Rick singers company to guide him through the process of college admissions his name wasn't connected with the case. And there is no indication that he was actually involved. Global news twenty four hours a day on errant. Take talk on Twitter pop by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more one hundred twenty countries. I'm guarantee this is Bloomberg nuts. This is a huge. This has been a huge story ever. Since Mickelson tweeted this yesterday because. Everybody loves Phil. I knew never remember is my dad watching fell. Yeah. I mean, I'm a huge fan as well. I got to walk eighteen holes with them. At Muirfield wants. And then I walked with them at Augusta during the masters as well. I mean, obviously, I was happy. No, no, no. I was in a throng of hundreds of people walking with him. But it was still an amazing experience. The thing is he doesn't seem to have cheated. I mean, I don't want to jump to any conclusions. But it looks like Phil just used the service. Without necessarily bribing anyone to cheat. Yeah. Absolutely. Because there's obviously saying this two of William Rick singers company one that's straight and one that's corrupt. And I think Phil doesn't look like he did anything wrong. All right. Well, we'll continue to follow. This developing story right now, let's follow possibly more important developing story for you. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa may has won some time on a final push for her rejected Brexit deal. Lawmakers voted to and doors her motion which gives her time to persuade doubters in her own conservative party toback that withdrawal agreement of which there are many the alternative to accepting Theresa May's deal is a long delay to Brexit. Lawmakers are some lawmakers are desperate to avoid this crossover Westminster Bloomberg daybreak. Anna Edwards is standing by daybreak Edwards. Bloomberg wait to Bloomberg daybreak is your old program on on Bloomberg television. China. I think that's a reference to the to the radio program. Oh, I see. Well, we're all on Bloomberg daybreak on radio. But you're obviously my co host on. As well. Run us through what happened last night, Anna. Yeah. Good morning to you, Matt. So I mean, everything's relative in Brexit, perhaps. And so on that basis not such a bad day for the Prime Minister Theresa may yesterday. She won her vote asking for an extension of article fifty though the slightly surreal things continues to unfold here in Westminster Brexit secretary who earlier in the day, it stood up to argue for this government policy of delay. Then voted against it. One of our colleagues describing this as well suggesting that British politics is going to be Monty python. Sizing the the black Knight from the holy grail saying it's just a flesh wound when referencing Theresa May. Look it up on the Bloomberg that by John office. Anyway, back to what happened votes four hundred and twelve to two hundred and two as support to extend and she managed to fend off amendments that could have made her life much more difficult around the second referendum and parliament taking back more control. I love the John authors piece, by the way, and you can get that by typing O P. I N on the Bloomberg. It's great. I mean, he points out that what we saw day before. Yesterday was the government recommended voting against its own motion and lost which is Alice in wonderland moment. What are the what are the options on the on the table now and water maze? Chances of getting this through Brussels. Well, we need to think about things in two strands. I think at the moment there's her deal which believe it or not limits on meaningful vote number three comes next week Wednesday of next week. That's when we'll be back here talking about so whether she can get this deal through parliament's, the other strand that he's developing at the same time is Jeremy Corbyn and others. He's leader of the opposition labor party. Of course, talking about trying to cross something software, a different version of Brexit that would be a full rewrite, and which one of those wins out next week, certainly then has implications for how long extension we get to the Article V negotiations if Theresa May manages to get her deal through then she asked for just a short technical extension to the end of June. But if it is something more crafty across the aisle by parliament seems to be coming to the forty she fails, then we're talking about a much longer extension. All right. And I look forward to seeing you again in an hour on Bloomberg television and add works there live from Westminster, by the way. I take issue with John authors. Article on Bloomberg opinion, he says breakfast turned into a bad Monty python skit, but the black knights skit in Monty python and the holy grail is not bad. It's.
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on Chips with Everything
"The the guardian. Current estimates suggest that there are seven point five billion people living on earth and using its resources. Recent reports suggest that if we ought to reduce the negative impacts that humanity has on the planet. We need governments around the world to place environmental issues, high on the political agenda. But alongside politicians people from the world of technology are also stepping in to do what they can to help redress the balance between humanity and the natural world. Green technology, also known as environmental bean technology. Applies environmental sciences the development of technologies that can help mitigate the effects of human activity on the environment. This covers a broad range of technologies from those that monitor and model the natural world and its resources to those that more actively aid parts of the environment. In this highly technological, weld, more and more. Scientists are looking at how to use technology for environmental purposes, physics allows us to skills the rubber down and still be RG efficient. Let's apply. Gatien's like robotic pollination who something we have in our mind from solar powered charging stations. And even entire roads that repentance the batteries in let trick vehicles to robots that swim around rivers lakes, and even the ocean cleaning up waste humans developing increasingly novel ways to tackle the environmental problems we've caused. But I'll be wasting time and money on experimental technology that might not make it past the finish line. And can the use of technology at a grassroots level actually increase awareness and influence those with the power to make a real change. The public has a lot of power to press people in power to make actions to solve climate change. And right now, it seems like that public perception is is not really there. I'm Eric Webber. This is chips with everything recorded the demo effect. So whenever you have to show something to people that come nothing ever works that same week. We have from two scientists hoping to address environmental issues, by harnessing technology in very different ways. My first guest creates machines that at a first glance sound like the kind of nightmare fuel you might find in an episode of the science fiction show, black mirror minister, Medicare Arctic. I'm a postal researcher at the university of technology where we develop thrones of different sizes from small pocket sized drones to large two meter wingspan flying wings, Matty's robots drew attention recently because of their resemblance to flying insects. So I started by asking to what extent he and his team had taken inspiration from the natural world in that design if these miniature drones, so our robots are inspired by flying insects and the basic. Inspiration is that we do not have any propellers on the robot. But we have wings that flap day flip back and forth. And this is what creates a lift force that carries the robot in the air. But the wings the actually can each wink and move independently in different motion patterns like insects do that. And this is what allows the robots toot steer itself. So the robot can rotate around any of its body axis, and then it can fly in any directions. And this is the inspiration comes from from flying. Insects deal like technology office away to improve upon nature, then you can take some ideas from nature, but then make them better or tweak them. So that they worked better. Sometimes that's possible. It's not necessarily making things better. But it's more making them work with say, the pieces that we have at hand us as engineers, basically. So for example, in in when we want to fly insects. They have. Amazing powerful muscles which contract and very very quickly. And with lot of power, but we don't have such muscles. So instead, we have Motors that are spinning and we have to find a way around that. So there are some limits. We have now your Dell fly robot has gone at particular interest. What exactly is it? And why do you think it has got people excited? So it's a flying robot that flies like insights. So basically, just the body central body with four wings extending in two on the right side onto on the left side. And when you see it flying it truly resembles an insects. It is larger it is thirty centimeter in expensive like longer side of the eight four sheet of paper. But the way it flies is really similar to insects. So if you see flying it just resembles Lega flying animal, goodness, I can imagine that some people seeing thirty centimeter insect like robots. Would be quite scared. It's kind of like what insects used to look like the time of the dinosaurs. Definitely there used to be dragonflies or even larger than this. And today also have birds that are of those sizes hummingbirds are bits molar, but they can also hover. So that means hanging the air like our robot. So there are still animals resemble in terms of size. What you St. see the Dow fly having what kinds of problems does it solve. So what is new about the newest fly is that it has no no tail so the control is integrated in swings. And this allows to be very to be very Joe. So we can we can hover at a spot we can fly in any direction, and we can start flying forward in a split of second and reach maximum speed of twenty five kilometers per hour. And this this agility is what is what is so nice about it. Because. First of all, we can fly outdoors in the presence of windows. But also it allowed us to study insects, which have this agility, our it was the first to approach agility while being programmable say, you said that they are able to fly around in the wind, for instance. But how do they deal with other elements of nature rain flu? So currently our robots designed for indoors. So they're just not protecting in any way to rain. But in principle, it is possible to design it's such that it can also fly in wet conditions. But it would mean some extra weight. So that would decrease the flight time and other improvement Yawovi to echoes the battery life right because I've heard that the battery life is quite short. Yes, occurrence, we can fly around five to six minutes when we hover so hanging the air at once part, but it is bit more if we fly forward because that's where the road is more Angie efficient because. It's also gliding through the air. And it gives us some extra list force. And of course, we would like to extend this. We can partly improved by using better batteries that would that should be available in future. But we also looking at the efficiency of the flapping wings, and that comes hand-in-hand with the accusations. If we have actuators, which are more efficient, we can also fly for longer complex robots like Matty's have several limitations to that hardware like size and battery life, but that's software of some incredible opportunities in cooperating perception and real time identification of obstacles to allow the robots to learn in dynamic environment and identify solutions mid flight. I wanted to know more about how robots like the Dow. Fly could be taught to behave. Autonomously? First of all we have to them some sensors such as small cameras that allow them to to see the environment. Around him. Then there are different techniques. How to let's say process this this image to figure out if what we are seeing is an obstacle or if for example, an opening through which we can fly through and that's basically an ongoing research where we're doing right now. How to use the camera images for autonomous flight one of our previous Adelphi robots, which was less H O would carry steroids in system. So actually two cameras that work like human is. So not only can see around yourself. But you can also see this dances or estimate distances of the things you see and with this system. The robot was able to fly around a room or office environment and explored it flying around basically semi randomly. But exploring the whole area say what kinds of things would you use it full? So the robot gonna for example, carry a camera so it can perform tasks like a remote inspection when you need to fly somewhere. To location, which is difficult to reach for human. And the advantage of our robot is apart from its agility. It's it is very lightweight and very safe around human. So it can fly in our natural environment. Unlike robots with propellers spin very fast, and they can cause some harm to us the winks that flap the move back and forth and both bounce of objects in this way flapping wings are much safer. Is it true that you could use this robot though to do the job of insects like bees? So we can do it at the moment. But it is one of the possible applications for future. Of course. There remain many. Let's see challenges to be solved. Our robots are now as I mentioned, quite large. If you would like to replace all the beasts, and we don't want to have these big robots flying around. But. We're thinking of what the applications of such a robot could be and because the physics allows us to scale the rebel down and still be an efficient. Let's say applications like robotic nation is something we have in our minds say assuming that it is theoretically possible to make these robots smaller an autonomous and able to pollinate plants. How far do you think we ought from feature where we have robotic insects pollinating plants. So I think if we would go in this direction, do I I would be to try this out in greenhouses, which is still kind of a let's say environment, which is controlled in terms of wind and elements, and I think it's realistic to say within five to ten years, we could have robust flying there. Wow. And how small you're going to be able to make them? Well, currently we think something like palm sized robots. That's what this itchy. Verbal with current technology. Of course, we would like to go smaller and smaller, but there we're really hitting limits specially in accusation. So as I mentioned, we have Motors that spin, but we would like to have actuators that work more like muscles. So that contract, but so far we don't have a good alternative to an Emo muscles. Do you think that some people might argue that the kind of time and effort and money that you and other teams appending into this kind of thing could be better spent maybe helping to save the insects instead of finding ways to replace them. Yes. We actually think that's the way to go. We should figure out why Intech Tara dying, and we should just try to save them. But of course, our work has also other applications, so the moneyspinner our research is not money that could also go to let's say research of why bees are dying out. We see other. Gatien's for our technology like search and rescue mission after missions after earthquakes were robots would fly around buildings clubs buildings through small cracks in the in the walls and search for survivors, for example, awesome. Do you think that these kinds of mini flying? Drones that you'll making will be prevalent in future. Do you think that future generations will just see as completely normal to have robots flying around? Yes, I think so already. Now, we see that that gets are adapting very quickly to our technology. And I think flying robots will just become a part of our daily lives. Say perhaps one day we'll live in a future in which drones like Dow fly are commonplace monitoring natural environments lacking in greenhouses or maybe even one day spreading tree seeds from the sky to fight deforestation. But in the meantime, how else a scientist Tana saying technology in the hope of making a difference to the environment. Have a politician proposes a law you could test that out in the game and see how it impact the civilization. And that's just kind of mind blowing to me that you could really use games like this to to do a lot of good find out after the break as we join a scientist slash video game player. Trying to fight the big fight from the grassroots level. Today.
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
"This is n. h. k. were Japan would bring you the news from radio Japan at eleven hours UT see on Sunday, September second, I'm hero causes sucky. In a top stories, the United States, Britain, France, and Italy. Have you shoot a joint statement urging the rival on groups to stop military action as fading in the capital city of Tripoli, drew fears. Minister has lived for sixty eight were of three Fulmer Soviet countries in a caucus region as well as Germany. Japanese weather appreciable, say typhoon Chevy made make landfall somewhere in western consensual parts of the country on Tuesday while maintaining its intensity. Now, the news into tail the United States, Britain, France, and Italy. Have you shoot a joint statement, urging rebel armed groups to stop military action as fading and the capital city of Tripoli group. Here's the north African countries. Interim government says that renewed fighting which began about a week ago has claimed lives of at least thirty nine people and wounded one hundred nineteen others. It says that civilians were among the casualties including two children who were accused by missile, which hits their house. An international airport outside Tripoli was closed on Friday fighting also forced migrants, Oun asylum seekers, in detention center to be moved to a safer place. Maybe it has been in turmoil since more out cut off. He's regime failed in two thousand eleven. The interim government based in the west incuding Tripoli, and an armed group in the east have been battling each other half international mediation. They agree to hold Cottam entry and presidential elections in December, but renewed fighting in and around a triple. The highlights the country's precarious situation. The so the let Kalish enforces fighting insurgents in Yemen have admitted. They made a mistake in an air strike that has killed dozens of people including children the college and carried out the strikes on a bus use for school excursion on all this ninth, killing fifty one people including forty tutoring the collagen and announced on Saturday that the strike was unjustified. And it pledged to hold accountable anyone who contributed to the Aira in given the fighting between the collagen supporting the government and who the rebels backed by Ron has intensified scenes. Mitch lie. The esscalation has resulted in an increasing number of civilian casualties. The bus attack has drawn condemnations from the international community. A you in panel of human rights experts are the said that the colleges s strikes may cost it war crimes. The panel also believes who. The opposition forces may be responsible for human rights violations. Japanese, foreign minister tarot Kono does lead for six, two of three former Soviet countries in the Cocos of the region as whereas Germany. Conal left tonight able outside Tokyo on Sunday Kona will become the first Japanese cabinet minister to visit Armenia and Georgia. It also make the first trip to other by John by Jeff on his foreign minister in nineteen years. Coma is hoping to strengthen relations with these cocoas countries. He says there Joe political important being located between Asia, amateur up. Kona wants to agree with his counterparts to work together to stabilize the region who is experiencing conflicts and to create an environment favorable to Japanese companies corner. Also plans to ask for cooperation to commodity denuclearize, North Korea, a resolve issue of Japanese nationals -ducted by the north, the three countries have all diplomatic ties with North Korea. You are listening to radio Japan of the NHK world. Japan work, Japanese weather officials, say typhoon Jebby may make landfall somewhere in western in central part of the country on Tuesday while maintaining its intensity. The meteorological agency says that as a six PM on Sunday, the storm is located over the sea, south of Japan and was moving north northwest at about twenty five kilometers per hour. Jebby packing winds of one hundred eighty kilometers power Nate center. The typhoon is likely approach the Daito islands in Saddam prefecture of Okinawa on Monday bringing high waves of Pacific coastal areas from seventy eastern Japan. Then Jeb is expected to come very close to western and central Japan before making landfall on Tuesday Pacific coastal areas from western and eastern Japan Faulk. I to have violent winds and rough seas. Northern Japan will also experience rough weather on Wednesday. The total rainfall between Monday evening and Tuesday evening will be up to three hundred to four hundred millimeters in Chicago and talk. I rations and up to two hundred to three hundred millimeters in Kansai region. People are take extra kick ass disasters that could be calls by the storm. Experts attending a symposium in Tokyo voiced their opposition to plow to introduce daylight saving time ahead of the two thousand twenty Olympic
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"It doesn't in the grand scheme of things but he gets caught okay i have seen many documentaries of elephants running i've seen you same boat running and he's very fast extremely fast the other expert never seen hero i can tell you from their cortex that it's quite heavy they might go bit slower than you sane bolt who has a smaller brain to carry around i'll go with that nurse sided censor if i'm honest i don't think it's the brain that's the major mass contribution elephant just saying same okay here we go correct elephants can manage twenty five kilometers per hour same bolt has been clocked today for forty seven kilometers per hour so team team won your streaking into the lead okay let's see what happens with eleanor friend which moves faster the electrons in wire or an f eighteen jet so by the electrons wire that's quite a complicated question i know you're sifting through the wire that's sort of bumping into each other and sort of pseudo particle motion so what are you gonna go for which do you think is foster's electrons or the giant instinct is the jet it's going to be very embarrassing you think i bought a use appear in knowledge of subtleties that make the question harder i do not know the answer eighteen you're quite right good to go with your instincts trust your instincts f eighteens can do one thousand nine hundred and fifteen kilometers now or thereabouts but the speed of individual electrons in is just not point two millimeters per second now an electrical signal moves longer cable at almost the speed of light that's ups lutely true that the individual electrons that carry the current actually moving very slowly and that's because he let trista moves on cable a bit like if you had a tube of beads and you pushed in a beat an electron at one end it shunts along the other beads inside the tube so another one comes out the end that the individual beads the electrons move incredibly slowly so that's why it's only about north point two millimeters the second so it's two plays one and let's see what happens on the final round here team won back to you if you could drive vertically motorway speeds and in a straight line which would you reach i space or the deepest point of the ocean what do you think l definitely space.
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"A sign of a more destructive side of storms to come dr cost with the us national ocean graphic and atmosphere could ministrations center for weather and climate in madison wisconsin doctor kassem welcome to cork's and courts yes hello thanks for having me on when we talk about cyclones and hurricanes we usually hear about things like their power maximum wind speed what are we talking about when we say they're slow well this is the rate at which they translate from one point to another or propagate if you like so there's the rotation which is generally how we would measure their strength their intensity and then there's their translation which is just how they moved across the world so how fast storms normally move o typically twelve to twenty five kilometers per hour somewhere in there on average what have you seen in your research about how the speed of these cyclones has changed in time will if i look globally at all of the storms and that's about seventy six hundred storms over the last seventy years or so there's a very strong trend towards a slowing down so they're they're moving more slowly in pretty much every ocean basin that we look at except for the northern indian ocean and the slowdown is about ten percent now do you know why they been slowing down well there are certainly some basic ideas that we can draw onto to make hypotheses on that the us global warming if nothing else is disproportionately warming the poles compared to the tropics in that reduces the overall temperature difference between poles and tropics and that reduces the what we call the gradient of temperature there which reduces the gradient of pressure there and that reduces the winds so in its most fundamental simple form a global warming in the way disproportionately affects the arctic regions would probably tend to weaken the atmospheric circulation sort of global circulation that pushes these storms around is not as strong yeah that's exactly right.
"twenty five kilometers per hour" Discussed on Otters Talking Politics
"Choice and you're like, you're a great person and I like being around you because you don't try to control me and be got in my life. It's amazing. Like that's really the realization. They're not the center of. The world, they're not God. They're not entitled to everything they want, and they kick control other people and they're like, okay, well, you know like, that's that's what everyone. That's what everyone should note by the time they're eighteen. You're not God. You have to work with people. Yeah, because you're on the same level as them exactly in it. Really, that's at the core of libertarianism is that the individual each and every single one of us is equal to the other in that we have to work together under those rules? Yeah. How do we form systems where we can respect everyone being equal while at the same time progressing in moving forward. Raza society, right, and doing things beneficial for all of us. Right. So this next story comes from Sweden, and it's about a person named Kevin Richardson who just won the Volkswagen contests that tries to find quote, unquote funds solutions to getting people to obey speed limits. And I really thought his way of going about this was really interesting because it looks a little bit more like positive in. Incentives versus negative incentives in it's interesting policy that looks more like something maybe a libertarian could get behind because of those reasons. So basically what he did is instead of increasing punishment for speeders Richardson put up cameras that inner drivers into a real lottery for real money when they are caught at or below the speed limit in. So what that actually resulted in those areas is the average speed of drivers dropping from thirty two kilometers to twenty five kilometers per hour. So it actually had an actual result. And the best thing about this is that the lottery wasn't funded by taxes or anything like that is actually funded by fines from people who were caught speeding, I love. And so in that way, it kind of looks like it's taxing in externally that comes with reckless driving, which is something that a libertarian could find acceptable. Yeah. At school, I like it a lot. I like the thing that the real rub with incentives and this is gonna sound like no shit, da the real. With incentive is you should only use them if they work. And I know that that sounds like so stupid. But a lot of times we come up with incentive structures on incentive schemes that we, we believe in on principle, and then we never stopped to see if they work, and then we just keep the incentive structure in the incentive scheme, even if it's not successful and sometimes they're not just not successful. They actually incentivize the wrong behavior because we didn't think through the incentive well enough at what's great about this is that there's data that the incentive worked. So off of like, and the money is staying relevant to the issue. Like you said, what's being taxed is the extra analogy of the danger associated with driving too fast, and it's being redistributed to people who are behaving properly a not incurring that extra analogy. It's kinda cool and it works. So right. The only adjustment I would really make to it, and this would be a little bit more of a difficult one to the to push in. It's also one that in reality, you know, in my long list of things that in laws that should change the speed limit, having a speed limit is very, very low on the list. So barring that, the only thing I would tweak to this is that instead of punishing people for something that hasn't really happened, right? Because you know you could be a rally car driver really good at driving, and so you could speed and it would more than likely not be as dangerous as a grandma who can't see well at night driving, right is to, instead of, you know, instead of funding this through fines for people who are caught speeding instead incur a penalty on people who are in car accidents, right, and Levy, some kind of tax or some kind of additional punishment in civil courts for that kind of thing that goes to this kind of incentive pro. I have two other thoughts that I just thought of. One of one of them is what's cool about this is at its pairing of a disincentive Annan incentive.