21 Burst results for "Two Hundred Ninety Degree"

Recipe edition, Joshua Owens-Baigler

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:32 min | 8 months ago

Recipe edition, Joshua Owens-Baigler

"Name's Josh Aaron Spangler. Iraq founder of Angelina restaurant and Tilson. And today I'm going to show about signature dishes temporary tomatoes with actually pester. It's a super simple recipe to make it. Takes a little bit of time, but it's something that you can. Join and go back to go along the ingredients a quite flexible, so feel free to use whatever you having a Lotta what I'm going to start with start with the tomatoes. So, we're going to dry tomatoes very slowly. Low, temper off, so we're going to start a hundred degrees. Stop Prohibiting. For the tomatoes look for good quality heritage tomato with thick skin. We're GONNA look for about five to seven cents meters across GonNa. CUT THEM IN HALF WITH AIN'T GONNA. Drizzle a little bit of sugar. That salt time secret ingredient in the restaurant news does she granules? Get those that's amazing, little bit of time in the spice, splendor and then they. As well, just a little bit like seasoning. One sprint coo over the tomatoes, and we placed them at a preheated of two hundred degrees as I, said previously. We leave those for an hour. And then offer an hour. We turned down to about seventy five degrees, and we leave that for four or five hours. I'm going to move on to how you make the Pesto so again. This is super flexible. Don't panic! There's one ingredient missing substitutive something similar. It's really from thing to make so we start with some newly put capers then add salted anchovies. We add a big handful of parsley when I mentioned, these ingredients are like to go by large handful all in equal parts and keep tasting as you go along together to how you like him a handful of. A handful of activities, a big handful of Parsley, big handful of mint. If you have a couple of she leaves, if not comply with any green hub to nine suppliers, colic, some salt and pepper, a little touch of olive oil and the show chef secret. If outs, ice keeps you keep a beautiful green color. Now I recommend trying to keep your Pesto as dry as possible, so you're gonNA have to have a spatula to have this going to be quite difficult to get going in the blender, but the hard work has really really worth it once you've made that. I would put aside at the Fridge and get your favorite book out rate for three hours white for those to cook. About half an hour before you're ready, we're GONNA. Make ourselves a really simple type per. And, that's with two hundred and fifty grams off cornflour or Either a walk just the same five hundred grams preferably of zero zero pasta flour. If no plane flying will work, and then lead of Soda Walter Secret Hair has gotten. As cold as you can't put it in the fridge for a couple of hours, we'll put it in the freeze of ten minutes, and the code is the better result you're going to get in. A Pan on the side can have a source preferably with a thick bottom and we're going to start. Some flour oil to fry that's. Where aiming for about one sixty five degrees, which means that if you're doing a small source panel I recommend taking the oil two hundred ninety degrees that way when you drop the tomatoes and the temperature of the oil withdraw. They're gonNA cook really nicely when she reached about hundred and eighty degrees. You've gotta work quite quickly so you the oil we're going to take those beautiful Tamalpais dry out the other. We're GONNA dipped in the batter, and then straight into the oil and we're GONNA flip them. I would say often about ten seconds. Every now and again. I should be ready in about two minutes. If you touch the players, a pair of metal tongues, you'll see that he starts to get crispy outside on. That signifies that they're ready to think cooked already, so don't worry about it. Smells is just worry about how crispy batter as

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3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

03:23 min | 9 months ago

3D Printing Today

"Doesn't matter. We covered all my name's Andy Cohen and I'm here Mr Whitney Potter. High you doing Andy. So they're interesting stories that just keep. Coming back I mean we? We keep seeing the same story about three D. printing guns. We keep seeing the same stories about fire dangers. We we see so many of the source. I stories coming back again and again, and this story is probably one of the most. Stories that come again, that's the the issue of the dangers of of VOC's. follow title. Was the not what is the OH stand for? Organic well I think in this in this case particulates, aren't they? Yes they are, but they do say they're VOC's. The call them VOC's so this is a story on Three D. printing industry. And it's a bunch of researchers. A couple of accommodations in Korea Seoul. National University and this particular study. They looked carefully at the effects it on an F. D. M. printers with a set of different materials and the amount of emissions based on the degree of heat. I looked at this thought on. Yeah that that. That's kind of intuitive, isn't it? I mean the more you you apply to immaterial. The more gassing you should expect. I would expect it to sure. And that's what they found. Isn't that amazing? Well? Sometimes, it's good to have it have a well documented scientific study. That confirms what you suspected. Yeah, but well you'll notice that. The study was not published in a jury journal. It's posters in a safety looks like it would have been an exhibition poster. Just it's not. It's not published in a scientific journal. Not Peer reviewed. Yes, not peer reviewed. It's not. Like it does, it doesn't I I know I've I've published in those journals? And one of the first criteria also is. It is a value, does it? Does it say anything? I don't think this article says all that much I. really don't I. Mean I already knew? that as to the temps go up, more smells GONNA. Come off the printer well right, but they're they're. They're confirming that. They can measure that. That's I mean that's science. There's value to it Yeah, I! A couple of things that I think are are important to that about this is that they're talking about printing Nylon Pla ABS and lay would at which is the would like Sawdust, fused filament, and their P., l., a., and the an Pele so that they're talking about all these different materials, and they're printing them up to two hundred ninety degrees C. Yeah. I mean. Who would do that?

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How Will Exploring Saturn's Moon Titan Be Different?

BrainStuff

06:35 min | 1 year ago

How Will Exploring Saturn's Moon Titan Be Different?

"Today's episode is brought to you by IBM. SMART is open open is smart i._B._M.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at I._B._M.. Dot Com slash slash red hat welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey rain stuff. Lauren Vogel bomb here. NASA has announced that it will launch a space probe called dragonfly on an ambitious mission to Saturn's Saturn's Moon Titan in which a robotic rotorcraft lander will fly around Titan's surface and touchdown in various places as part of its exploratory mission the dragonfly space probe will look for traces of chemical processes similar to the ones that led to life on earth in addition to gathering other information about the Moon's surface and atmosphere dragonfly will launch twenty twenty six and arrive at Titan which is eight hundred eighty six million miles. That's one point four billion kilometers from the Sun in Twenty thirty four once they're. The space probe which is about the size of the Space Agency's spirit and Opportunity Mars Rovers will turn on eight rotors and fly through Titan's dense hazy atmosphere which is about four times the density of Earth's and explore. It's still mysterious surface. A Titan is the biggest of Saturn's sixty two moons and a close second in moon size at our solar system after Jupiter's Moon Ganymede has radius of about sixteen hundred miles or twenty five hundred kilometers making it about fifty percent wider than Earth's moon but it's not just titan size is it is made it a longtime object to fascination scientists Titan is also the only moon in the solar system with much of an atmosphere and it's the only slot in the solar system besides earth that's known to have Liquid Rivers Lakes and seas on its surface though the latter are made up of liquid hydrocarbons such as methane and ethane titans also believed to have an underground ocean of water deep beneath its icy surface that could possibly have harboured some form of life or may still contain it. The titans surface is brutally cold like. Minus two hundred ninety degrees Fahrenheit or one hundred and seventy degrees Celsius cold but conditions potential underground ocean are unknown titans thick atmosphere is about ninety five percent nitrogen with the rest mostly composed of methane the creates a thick orange colored haze hangs over the moon's surface making it difficult to observe from Earth much of what we do know comes from the European Space Agency's how Hon spacecraft which landed on Titan and transmitted data for seventy two minutes in two thousand five and from NASA's Cassini probe which did multiple fly bys of Titan between two thousand five in two thousand seventeen. How huns was actually attached to Cassini for these seven year trip to Titans vicinity scientists are particularly excited about dragonflies ability to fly rather than crawl crawl along the ground unlike Mars where NASA also plans to test a small robotic helicopter with large high speed blades twenty twenty titans atmosphere's thick enough to enable dragonfly to attain lift with relatively small Reuters and carry a bigger payload over longer distances? Mrs Than the experimental copter being sent to Mars. It's expected to cover more than one hundred miles or one hundred seventy five kilometers during its nearly three year mission on Titan it will fly in short hops up to five minutes at a time we spoke by email with Jason some sort of bomb a research scientist in the Department of Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and one of dragonflies co investigators he explained flight allows us to move the lander much greater distances in a short period of time than a traditional rover allowing us to more efficiently explore Titan. We also spoke by email with Kurt Neiber new frontiers program scientist for NASA. He said the dragonflies design is fundamentally different from the Mars helicopter quote not just because the atmosphere of Titan on Mars are so different but because they are different vehicles the Mars helicopter is a short lived technology demonstration with no science payload dragonfly is a self contained space craft designed to pursue science mission with high autonomy. It's like comparing a self driving car in electric. Electric Scooter both have wheels but they have very different purposes and therefore very different designs. The researchers working on dragonfly are excited about the opportunity to investigate the giant moons many mysteries Neiber said I'm looking forward to dragonfly finally giving US detailed answers about the surface of Titan at the small scale not just its composition but also its geology telling us about the complex organic materials present there and how they interact and also giving us a good look at surface features like dunes and the cell Crater Cassini he did a good job at giving us broad answers to this question at the large scale tens of miles for example but nothing beats getting down to the surface and actually digging your hands and feet in so to speak solder Baum also spoke to this. He said there's a plethora of unanswered answered questions about Titan's surface. One fundamental question we have yet to answer is what is the composition of titans major geologic units or if the water ice bedrock is exposed anywhere on Titan or if it's been buried beneath organic gunk this is because Titan's atmosphere obscures. Surface at most wavelengths limiting our ability to use traditional remote sensing techniques to study the surface composition dragonflies scrutiny of Titan's surface may also yield insights about the moon's atmosphere and the chemistry going on there which could in turn wind up helping us understand more about ourselves. We also spoke with Sarah Horst an assistant professor in the School of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. WHO's also an investigator on the project? She said that chemistry and the atmosphere's interact with the surface quote is important for understanding the role that atmospheres play in the origin or evolution of life and also help us figure out what types molecules may constitute evidence for life when we're looking at observations faraway atmosphere's like those of exoplanets. Today's episode was by Patrick Jake Hyder and produced by Tyler Clang Breen stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works her moines? This lots of other far out topics bizarre home planet has networks dot com in for more podcasts from iheartradio radio with the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on WWL

"Continue our coverage of tropical storm Barry the ten A. M. advisory had a twenty eight point two degrees north ninety point four degrees west but a hundred miles southwest of the mouth of the Mississippi hundred fifteen miles south southeast of Morgan city sustained winds of sixty five miles an hour present movement still crawling five miles an hour west northwest or two hundred ninety degrees so accomplish reading minimum central pressure nine hundred ninety eight millibars are twenty nine point four seven inches it the conditions are improving to move to a category one storm the National Weather Service is saying that the conditions are present looking at ten to twenty inches of rain fall in some areas that is not a good proposition for any number of areas so we'll keep monitoring that we will have continuing coverage through out the evening as we follow tropical storm berry as it makes landfall at some point in time in the early morning hours tomorrow so stay with us we'll be right back this is normal on WW.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"It's just a titan. Yeah. Just one. Just one moon for now. But this thing is really cool. Let me send you have you said you this picture. If you have a chance to look at the chat, real quick. Check that out. So that thing. Is the helicopter? It's going to have eight rotors. It's basically. A drone like how we have drones on earth here. So we have a Thomas drums. I have a drone and I can pretty much fly it with my phone. I can just send it off. Do whatever it's going to do all the time. I can say okay, do these things it's not Thomas because I gave it a thing to do. But. Drouin like this. Is the one that's going to tighten? Is going to be pretty large. It's not it's not like the size of toy dream. I'm not exactly sure how big it's going to be. They had a scale model to it. So I'm just kind of giving you the rundown of what I know of it. Hey, thanks for those likes. I appreciate that. So this thing's going to be a Thomas. They're going to be able to land this. Helicopter drone like has eight propellers. It's going to land on the surface of titan picks those likes him. And when it gets there, it will automatically lift liftoff. Autonomously fly. That'll be scanning its surroundings it all times. To see what I could flight paths to see where to land. Now. Titan from what I know has a very thick atmosphere. So thick that you won't be able to see Saturn through the atmosphere. But the scientists said, they'd never say, never kind of we probably won't be able to see through the thick atmosphere of titan to see Saturn, even those only eight hundred thousand miles away. So if that's the case they do have a giant giant. I guess it's the size of. Let's say hold. My arm is out here in front of me about the size of a large pizza. Maybe a little bit bigger. There's an antenna it's going to be on the strong. And it'll be sending signals back to earth. It'll be sending data information back to earth. And. It sends his data back to earth. It's going to be sending it. They're going to be able to get its image every three minutes when they take a picture image every three minutes somewhere around there. So we're going to be getting data almost immediately when it lands. You might need to go listen to him. I'm not exactly. Sure, don't have all of the information available to me at this point, I'm still kind of repping my head around this. Let's see. Titan is an analogue to the very early earth into provide clues to how life may have risen at our planet during its two point seven year, baseline mission Dragonfly will explore diverse environment for from organic, dunes to the floor of an impact, crater where liquid water and complex organic materials Kita life, once existed together for possibly tens of thousands of years. This is the press release, by the way, it's instruments will study how far pre biotic chemistry may have progressed. They also will investigate the moon's MS Feerick surface properties, and it's subsurface ocean in liquid reservoirs. Additionally, instruments will search for chemical evidence of past or extent life. I'm gonna post this on my regular podcast him. So it'll be available to you on any any regular platform. You can also go to space news pod dot com. Check that out where you can download it. So this is. Got a funny the honest tech support chat before I started this, and I was like they're never gonna get back to me. It's been like an hour since I sent my last chat. Thanks, thanks for those for likes. I appreciate it. And they finally got back to me. So they're interrupting my podcast right now. Those little bastards. See you later chat. Okay. So there we go. Life gets in the way. Sometimes just saying. So Tim, if you search for space news pod on any podcast platform. You'll find my regular podcast I'm going to upload this for later, probably upload it later tonight is not going to be available right away. So it's gonna take me uploading because there's a little bit editing. I have to do to, to cut down on the, the initial launch this thing. So. Nasa administration Minister Jim Breitenstein said with the Dragonfly mission NASA will once again, do it. No one else can do. Visiting this mysterious ocean world could revolutionize what we know about life in the universe is cutting edge mission would have been unthinkable, even just a few years ago, but we're now ready for dragonflies amazing flight. So basically they're doing it because they can do it. I think I think they have enough evidence from cassini's missions. They're showing that hey, this place looks pretty cool. We should check it out. Maybe there's life there. So that's the whole like the whole big idea, here is there might be life on titan. They're going to check out life is thing. They're gonna check out organic materials. Water liquid water. It's negative three hundred degrees there, though. That's what doesn't really. What really kind of makes me weird it out by this is it so cold. Yeah. It's so far from the sun that its surface, temperature is around two hundred ninety degrees below zero Fahrenheit. In its surface pressure is also fifty percent higher than hers. Titan is larger than the planet mercury and is the second largest moon in our solar system. That's crazy. Titan is unlike any other place in the solar system in dragging fire's like no other mission basically doing it because I guess, different it's new. Right. So they wanna do something that's never been done before. It's they should be doing these kind of things they should be taking chances. Why not right? If we have the technology that can do it. Why wouldn't we send a flying helicopter to a moon of Saturn? That's crazy because there's water there. Exactly. Because we can get some cool science from it. Yes. Yep. Exactly. Deep water underneath. Maybe there's events maybe that's where some otherworldly bacteria. Who knows? Maybe there's some single seller systems under there could be life on this. Crazy moon. I mean. Yeah. Tim, exactly. It's it's where life on our planet, licks everywhere, on our planet, which is kind of crazy wherever there's water basically, there's life. So if there's water here, and there's like, you know some fence underneath the ocean. It's really, really scorchingly hot by those vents and they're still life there. Why couldn't there be life on this other moon? That's getting tugged around by the gravity of Saturn. So. Maybe the life on that planet has adapted to live with methane with so much methane. We don't know we've never experienced anything like that, before it's possible that, you know, butt low the surface, where those vents are. That something has figured out a way to live there. I mean. We figured out a way to kind of live on this environment to other things possibly the earth is so hostile that they can't live here. So if you think about it like that, if you if you put it into perspective, something from another planet comes to earth. And it's hostile. What's the biggest challenges of living? I titan super cold, it's made of all sorts of crazy material the so much methane. He can't breathe. Like you would just die. Basically, once you get to the surface, he does die like the. There's no I mean, unless you had a crazy space craft the could survive through all that methane. Actually, that's what they did. They thank you Eric, for that Cup of coffee. They have designed this craft to last initially for a couple years, titan. They designed it to withstand the pressures and the methane is, there's nothing environment so much that is crazy. And of course, we die if we what there, but this craft on the other hand. It's doing its thing, it'll, it'll last for a while. Methane is so what happens. There's so much methane on that world. What happens if some what if this thing blows up? I never thought about that. Does it night? The doesn't ignite take ninety atmosphere. What's going on? I don't know. I'm not an expert on titan. So I'm not sure I'm gonna try to get somebody who is an expert on titan. The trajan. Oh, yeah. Could call..

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"That's minus four one hundred fifty nine point six seven Fahrenheit, minus two seventy three celsius standstill, essentially purposes, you can't get absolute stillness. Stills. It's going to get no, no, no real movement or very very little the minimum. Can we just call it refrigerated superconductivity? This is refrigerator temperature. Can we be clear about that? I get that. It's not crazy cold like, it's always been the fast. But it still requires like a machine, right? And you end also two million atmospheres. Hasn't laboratory. Laboratory we're talking about you know, what what's our confidence levels for real room temperature superconductivity in the future. So but back in these early days, the progress was really slow. I mean, there was a lot of enthusiasm. But if you love this tick, if you simplistically extrapolate the progress that was made in superconductivity from nine hundred eleven to Mateen seventy we would have room temperature superconductivity in the year, twenty eight forty really slow very little progress. But that leads me into the second age, and that's our call that high temperature superconductivity, well, lots of people call it that ATS high temperature superconductivity this. This realm was discovered by IBM researchers nineteen Eighty-six in ceramic material. Steve jay. I know I'm not sure I remember that that was huge Eric so excited. This was a huge advance. I mean, it really was because you're going from what was approximately four point two Kelvin to about one hundred thirty three to one thirty three is a huge leap. That's a huge leap from four point two things. Really looked looked amazing and promising and I would've thought by twenty nineteen we would have our superconducting wire at Home Depot. All right enough of that. I'll stop complaining, but that was a second age and things really really promising. So now so to follow the previous ages initials. I'll call this third age artists or room temperature superconductivity care our room. Trimble and the high temperature when you said those numbers, you meant positive not negative, right? One one thirty three Kelvin or minus two twenty nine s to twenty. But Murray, very and still chair you compared to compared to near absolute zero one thirty three K is way arming balmy baby. So you could argue that we are essentially on the cusp of this of this of this third age of room temperature. This is it is an amazing leap at the very least. We're seeing very confident hits hints of what what sue may be possible. So let me get into a little bit the nitty gritty, the researchers used diamond anvils to compress hydrogen and Lanham resulting in a new compound L A H ten Lantam hydride, basically Atlanta, Adam surrounded by ten hydrogen atom. So it's it's hydrogen. But it's it's like doped with this one little adamant here. So these animals compressed it to one hundred seventy to one hundred eighty five Giga pass cows and the transition the transition to superconductivity was at two fifty to two hundred and sixty K way, that's really high. That's fifty. Degrees. That's a fifty degree leap from the previous high temperature using this methodology this. This wasn't just a serendipitous discovery. However, this is an interesting angle to this whole thing. This was specifically predicted that's because they're using a lot of this computation based lot of quantum mechanics based computations are being used to determine which compounds are most promising so this Lanham hydride was predicted other predictions say that compounds may be discovered that could reach two hundred ninety degrees k and that's sixty two degrees Fahrenheit seventeen. How's that care is closer to room temperature for you? So. So again there get your. Newest coast. All right. The final question here is Bob. This is all cool. But all right. It's going to be. But what about these stupid pressures? I mean, that's ridiculous. These high Giga PASCAL pressures there how impractical can you possibly be? I agree. But we're still in a lab at this point. And my point is that using these computational advances we may be able to predict other configurations beyond these binary hydride that I've been talking about two superconductor at room temperature that are also stable when decompressed so that's that's where we that's the ultimate goal right here. We want something that that you can you don't need these Giga PASCAL pressures. But something that that that is stable at at sea level, wouldn't that be nice? So so perhaps a reasonable goal would be that the only compression that would be required would not be two million atmospheres. But something more akin to the pressure, you regenerate..

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"And even then it wasn't necessarily clinical depression. It was more a conditional depression. Okay. And this guy after never going to church before this. He was now becoming convinced that a satanist had planet a demon inside his soul. God don't eat any other food at the potluck demon seated, but the thing was at this point, Michael was at a crossroads see Taylor's. They were ready to go on a little holiday to try to clear their mind and return to the normal life. They've enjoyed before they met Marie Robinson and her little group nothing like a carousel just making not horny for your priests. Absolutely. Ba Reverend Vincent he had other plan. Oh, no, see. There wasn't a chance that he'd abide a demon in his own backyard. So when he heard that the Taylor's were planning on letting it all go Vincent got a neighbor to convince them otherwise. And that neighbor was the same one who had brought them into Marie Robinson's group in the first place. It was bombed. Meanwhile, you know, you flush toilets heave through the walls. Did you? Great you need to get your as you do we need. What about? What about barb? So rather than just letting them get back to their lives. Barbara word Mun convinced Michael and Christine Taylor to go. Visit Reverend Vincent at Saint Thomas church on Cobra fifth nineteen seventy four without really telling them what they had planned. Oh, thanking speak as he. And me. You've got to come by on a it's gonna be fun. It'll be fun. They surprise extra schism. Yes. I do too. Very few things that should be surprised. Maybe a surprise baby shower knows they're pregnant fries birthday. Yeah. You know, fill in the realm of possibility surprise extra schism is one of the most horrifying things. Just imagine going markets come on over for for wrestlemainia. But there's no wrestling on all of us. We're just like sit down. Oh, no. Honestly, it'd be kinda cool 'cause I jump right in. Yeah. I didn't even go a lot. Your mother sucks. Cocks inhale Cox. My mom's still alive. We'll benson. He'd come ready as well. He assembled a whole exorcist team calling over a Methodist, husband and wife exorcist duo named Raymond and Peggy from the next town over this is great Raymond impact me, man. They got they got fanny packs. They're fully ready for dull filled with all of their nooks and juries for their Xs Vincent's wife joined in as well. And they rounded it all out with a dude named Don James as an assistant. They I'm Don. Hey. I don't do anything. I got a couple of dozen got a couple of dozen seltzer. Here got some guys want any snacks or anything Medicale sale. It. I don't know. I'm Don again, anything you need you love, you know, so simple some sort of a vendor super troop here. Yeah. Of spiritual leaders, I guess. Yup. So win the Taylor showed up that night. The group sprung the trap. This is not just a friendly meeting. This wasn't exorcist him holes on your guys now, Michael immediately reacted by throwing his tea and the Reverend face, then he kicked the reverence cat and then he punched him in the face as well. If you grow your team in England, that's a felony honestly attempted murder because they keep that t- at like two hundred ninety degrees. That's what they have to sip it. Yeah. So the team grabbed Michael tied them up and laid them down on some four cushions in an office in the church and waited for midnight to come. Why? Did you schedule this phenomenon? If you wanted this to be thing, you could add just at eleven thirty. Because now I'm struggling I'm going to be struggling for two and a half hours. Don't be all mad Donna's. Like what point does this become kidnapping? Well, it was their professional opinion that there was an enormous evil emanated from Michael and that evil was most likely because unbeknownst to Michael Marie had somehow pledged him to Satan. Oh, of course, of course, sustaining at midnight. The exorcist team took turns drawing the demons out from Michael Taylor. They made him confess to since he had never committed and win. He confessed to such sense. They shoved crosses in his mouth. Well, work. You time then they took the last cross that Michael owned a wooden crucifix..

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of all her name Amina. All right. Well, anyway, Glenn wise member of the the Gallagher lookalike who proposed on the Emmys. Well, he's taken some heat from EMMY award winners from a Tony award winners because Glenn Weiss is the guy that stole the show. He brought his Gallagher look up there with that stringy long sixty five year old hair that nobody's told him is not a good look and used his acceptance speech to stage a proposal to his girlfriend John's Fens then. What was the name? Again, Jan spins, Dan. Fencing Benson spends stints set a line of TV dinners in Germany, yes. In Sweden and put a sales brace steak under finger. But while the magic moment melted. Millions of hearts around the world. Not mine mine either. Yeah. But we knew we knew seeing that Monday night that that would be what everybody talks about the next day. And sure enough. It's right. And that's how you know empty the show is, but this guy we's at the Tony awards is the first guy to tell everybody. Hey, you gotta keep your your except in speed short. You know, he he gives a speech every year to the at the Tony awards every year the same guy this same guy blend with the smash the watermelons with his Gallagher. Look he's known to lay down the law for the nominees every year. Glenn with his mom's ring gives this pompous speech to all the nominees lecturing them, every one of them, lectures, every one of them saying that the clock starts the second. Your name is called and the going long is unfair to your fellow nominees because it eats time for everyone. Who's category comes later in the evening yet, he took four minutes to propose to his girlfriend. So that's a lot. It's a long time for for a guy who's not an actor. He's not a director. He's a technical guy. And he chewed up four minutes, and he pompous speech to all the, you know, the the Broadway stars that they only get thirty seconds. And yet he takes up four minutes because he's more important than they are. And that's that's the bottom line. And he's not. You know? And it's just it stinks. All the way around. Everyone is calling him a hero. He got engaged on TV. That's not a hero. Tell the two guys that got shot last night and Salazar park what he hero. It takes to get engaged on TV are the firemen that. Yeah. The walk into a building. Right. When it's on fire. Yes. Yeah. Those guy on top of a roof when it's one hundred fifteen degrees, outside and smokes. Blowing up is took is through the whole top of a building. And it's one hundred ninety degrees up there. Two hundred ninety degrees. How how tough it is what a hero. It is to get engaged on national TV. He's not going to buy who called him a hero called himself one. I guess. I wasn't sure if I caught that we we could dump well, let's no hold on one second. Hold on one. Second. Let's see. Now, there are people calling him a hero. There are people saying, you know, it's very roic from to get up there on national TV and proposed probably because it was after his mom's death. It was off. And it's it's not heroic. I could give you a million things. You know, what to roic I come in here every night for four hours. And sometimes I don't feel great. That's you know, what I'd like. And I don't know if we have a belly. I don't know if we have a direct line to Dr Wendy, Walsh's producer. But I'd like to hear her take on his proposing to the longtime girlfriend two weeks after his mother's death. I'd like to hear that from a psycho analysis. Right. Was they were dating for ten years. Yeah. Yeah. It's not as if. Oh, I wish my mom could have met you. Right. He met her. I. Yeah. She I it was it was odd. It was really odd. And and I'm I'm going after. For him to try to prevent any of that crap for the future. I think I could help I didn't mean to yell now you're ever you. Get a pass. Thank you. All right. Carrie Underwood is opening up to Ellen Degeneres about what? Oh, I guess her accident. Hey, can I ask you about the accident? You have because I I really all I know is that you had an accident, and because I don't read magazines and all this stuff. So I really who believes that come on. Well, actually, you know, what I I believe that you believe that Ellen Degeneres doesn't read those tabloids. Yes, she doesn't show that that features a lot of that certain degree. I think I think she is fed articles. You think she sits and reads magazine, you don't think if she's on the cover. She picks it up. Well, she probably is about right. And magazines stops. Yeah. You do. That's that's probably just as true as when Oprah criticized President Obama for something he did or didn't do while also saying she doesn't pay attention to what the president does or doesn't right? Yeah. Instead went on a beautiful. We'll try to find out. All right. We'll come back and find out what really happened to Carrie Underwood from a woman that doesn't read the tabloids so tooth all around. We're live on KFI more a former legitimate Pasadena PD has pleaded guilty do federal charges. He was running guns. Vasken Gordy keen also admitted to making a false statement on an ATF forum. Assistant US attorney Nick Hannah says Gordon was selling guns dealing guns without a license facilitated that crime by exploiting his position as a law enforcement officer to get access to off roster guns, meaning guns that are not available to the general public in California Deakin is expected to get two and a half years in prison. Police in Newport Beach, have a new lead on leads a podcast. I'm Jennifer Mandela, and I'll be hosting this podcast about Peter Chadwick Manziel's the spokeswoman for the police department. She says coming off the success of the Linda stories, Twitter experiment or the summer. 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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on KOMO

"The flames from jumping the interstate cars just feet away east of los angeles planes and choppers swooping in to douse flames spreading fast in two hundred ninety degree heat in northern california near the oregon border the situation turning deadly officials say one person died in a wildfire that exploded overnight to eight thousand acres colorado crews still battling to get an upper hand on a fire north of aspen burned three homes to the ground or clayton sandell spoke to one family there who lost thirty two years worth of memories at twelve thirty you could still see the lights on in the house when i came back at five thirty this morning across the west dry hot conditions could mean a long road ahead for firefighters maybe she's well car reporting teams in thailand as jasper rescue the twelve boys ner soccer coach trapped in that cave may have a plan to free them meanwhile oxygen supplies are dwindling with so many people in that cave as well abc's james longman has been following this story all week the time for waiting is over originally ruled out his too dangerous rescue is now believe they may have no choice but to dive the boys through the maze of flooded passageways the new danger oxygen levels in that cave posing a significant threat to the survival officials say there is a limited amount of time to get the boys and that coach out with flooding rains closing in thai navy seals proposed use a buddy dive system guiding them on that treacherous journey nearly three miles to the mouth of the cave extended distances a completely underwater the risky open could begin in the next twenty four hours according to an internal us government report obtained by abc news the us parts of the international effort on the ground the death of a full matai navy seal a stark reminder of the perils they'll face 38yearolds gounon losing consciousness on a return die from where the boys stranded could not be revived a military transport draped in white and black ribbon carrying his body to the airport but many now also if the trip claimed the life of a skill diver to the boys the youngest just eleven stand any chance the seal death sent shockwaves through the camp and it's really made everyone thinks about getting those boys out as quick as possible imagine how much more rain will fall and how much more water could seep into those caves officials say they've been learning to breathe underwater plan b drill through the solid rock to reach the voice from above teams have tried more than one hundred holes but have not yet found a way to get to them the boys have been underground for two weeks that parents sending them letters inside the cave desperately waiting for their safe return perhaps you notice what the holiday this past week gas.

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Thai soccer team cave rescue: the boys are running low on oxygen

News, Traffic and Weather

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Thai soccer team cave rescue: the boys are running low on oxygen

"The flames from jumping the interstate cars just feet away east of los angeles planes and choppers swooping in to douse flames spreading fast in two hundred ninety degree heat in northern california near the oregon border the situation turning deadly officials say one person died in a wildfire that exploded overnight to eight thousand acres colorado crews still battling to get an upper hand on a fire north of aspen burned three homes to the ground or clayton sandell spoke to one family there who lost thirty two years worth of memories at twelve thirty you could still see the lights on in the house when i came back at five thirty this morning across the west dry hot conditions could mean a long road ahead for firefighters maybe she's well car reporting teams in thailand as jasper rescue the twelve boys ner soccer coach trapped in that cave may have a plan to free them meanwhile oxygen supplies are dwindling with so many people in that cave as well abc's james longman has been following this story all week the time for waiting is over originally ruled out his too dangerous rescue is now believe they may have no choice but to dive the boys through the maze of flooded passageways the new danger oxygen levels in that cave posing a significant threat to the survival officials say there is a limited amount of time to get the boys and that coach out with flooding rains closing in thai navy seals proposed use a buddy dive system guiding them on that treacherous journey nearly three miles to the mouth of the cave extended distances a completely underwater the risky open could begin in the next twenty four hours according to an internal us government report obtained by abc news the us parts of the international effort on the ground the death of a full matai navy seal a stark reminder of the perils they'll face 38yearolds gounon losing consciousness on a return die from where the boys stranded could not be revived a military transport draped in white and black ribbon carrying his body to the airport but many now also if the trip claimed the life of a skill diver to the boys the youngest just eleven stand any chance the seal death sent shockwaves through the camp and it's really made everyone thinks about getting those boys out as quick as possible imagine how much more rain will fall and how much more water could seep into those caves officials say they've been learning to breathe underwater plan b drill through the solid rock to reach the voice from above teams have tried more than one hundred holes but have not yet found a way to get to them the boys have been underground for two weeks that parents sending them letters inside the cave desperately waiting for their safe return perhaps you notice what the holiday this past week gas.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Right we've talked about that some have frozen polar water ice or frozen ice surfaces entirely but titan has liquid lakes on terrestrial surface however those lakes are not the water lakes we know in love titan has a hydrocarbon hydrological system which translates to seize and rivers of liquid methane so in the equatorial region there's this vast desert of ancient water waterways ancient riverbeds and dried up coastlines and toward the poles you'll come across clouds and storms and methane lakes now tighten itself is it's it's mass is composed mainly of water in the form of ice hockey material in fact titan is so cold negative two hundred ninety degrees fahrenheit or a negative one hundred seventy ninety celsius they'd water essentially acts like rock and lava do on our world yeah so the ground you walk on i guess i it's ice moseley but it is water water ice that acts like rock yeah so it's it's crazy to think about that that it's this this sells like an alternate dimension where everything's a little skewed instead of a set of oceans of water it is it's this other substance and in the rock is actually water it's like everything's turned on its head and topsy turvy totally true and that's actually something that's covered in a fantastic lecture that i listened to give an in two thousand eleven by the nasa planetary scientists christopher mccay about the possibility of life on titan and i listen to this lecture i thought it was great and i just wanted to cover some of the things he talks about and maybe we can have a discussion about what they mean but a so in this christopher mccay lecture he begins by noting a curious fact so several years back we had detected that titan's atmosphere features a hydrogen flux toward the surface that means there's hydrogen in the atmosphere ended appears to flow down to the ground and then not come back up so what's happening to the hydrogen on the surface of titan we will come back to that question so mckay talks about how all forms of life need some way of harnessing energy so on earth their two primary strategies you've got like photosynthesis right capturing sunlight energy and then.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"In a long list most to do that they'll roselyne the credit good taught us about two hundred ninety degree rule like oh okay that makes sense may i add your egg cells you're letting it feel hudson if you're flipping the camera angle between lake two people having a conversation you the camera should never go beyond one hundred needed agrees otherwise the audience gets confused about the relative position of the to people unless of course you're stanley kubrick and you butler a break the role shining in orient has just that these two characters are linked in some kind of mystical way all right i got to know the rules before you could break the rules we didn't negative point all right jay tell us about ilan musk's now he now he has a plan to finish satellite broadband what's his guy doing what he or she is what i love i love finding out like all of a sudden you know hey elon musk's spacex is is good good though is developing a a system of satellites is going to provide the world with broadband yo like what else is this guy do and that we don't know about so the more i learn about eu line in space access to more i love it i love it i love this company space x is like i said now trying to compete with the biggest telecom companies in the world are going to launch thousands of satellites that will provide broadband globally in it's called starlink thousands yup as we recorded show the falcon nine rocket is likely launch tomorrow february 22nd two thousand eighteen in its carrying two test satellites among us.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"You really is there person under their you know that actually believes in something how can you in one you know one election cycle uh in to somebody who is like i said two hundred ninety degrees from the person that went in i i i just don't they just don't respect i i understand that i mean that's it that's an integrity issue um you know and i can see it you know definitely being part of that he is he is in a roth spot and you write about it taking a lot of work so so many put this out there and see what your thoughts are one of the one of the criticisms i've had of the republicans in congress and republicans in the state legislature as well although not as much it's more and more at the federal level is is a business mole failure to sell conservative solutions to unaffiliated and leftleaning voters as for the problems of we're all trying to solve this just an abysmal failure to assumption is starts everything seems to start with an assumption that if you're not a dark red you know gun toting biblethumping conservative that you're automatically going to be against whatever it is it comes on my mouth so i'm just gonna treat you that way rather than seeking understand and that's that's what a lot but it seems to be the starting place for a lot of communications from the right how how do we sell these ideas with more facility to unaffiliated and leftleaning voters and do you think well wake immigration reform if were it all your lebron i'm yourself right really have to have a commitment to them you have to have some passion surrounding them you know in order for tickin' anybody that you that you believe in them and that they should um you know i kind of funny because in a way you could look at colorado and what's happened to colorado in.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"At six on news radio one out two nine karn it's red eye radio he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye we'll get to your calls in comments coming up bond the bottom the are a lot of people wanting to uh talk about this rapidly changing and we say rapidly changing because it moved two hundred ninety degree greece in the opposite direction over the last forty eight hours we talk about russian collusion i just wanna make this nokes i'd mention uh mark halpern in fact it's under one of the top stories the drudge report veteran journalist mark halpern he uh they give the eu he's got his own he did have his own shore still does i don't know one on bloomberg but uh was former abc uh uh a political director um used to work with them a little bit when i worked for abc but uh the he sexually harassed women while he was in a powerful position at abc news according to five women who shared their previously undisclosed accounts was cnn and others who did not experience the alleged harassment personally but were aware of it he said during this period i did pursue relationships with women that i work with including some junior to me i now understand from these accounts of my behavior was inappropriate and caused others pain for that i am deeply sorry at an apologize under the circumstances them are to take a step back from my daytoday work while i properly deal with the situation while other at eight six six ninety red eye here's your forecast the rain that was up and down eyes 65 yesterday has moved on to the east we will see showers along the i ninety five corridor today extending mainly from eastern tennessee and the carolinas up through west virginia and the central part of pennsylvania pittsburgh will see some showers today upstate new york will see about two inches of rain and with frost and freeze advisories in that region don't be surprised to find some icy conditions especially bridges and overpasses in these early morning hours this type of fear we had a snow maker in minnesota yesterday which has moved into wisconsin causing some icy concerns in and around madison so if you're traveling uh i ninety outage chicago towards the north and west best to check ahead.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Welcome flavor doses buckles great ray lappi is all his way you'll be hit about ten minutes or so he's coming from an excess which is a big green egg competition anything with victory vague ray lap he is good they're so that's what he's got or not he'll be here and tug minutes we have a lovely taily here this afternoon i'm wonderful how are you going really well we have food in front of affairs garang it just looked like you know when they showed a hyenas gnawing the food like in africa oh yeah that's we look we look like about twenty minutes ago yeah we wedding doug if extravaganza of meats were here outspoken races it platt city uh what are you do it applied city you say a wonderful food of one thing i've always said i'm not scared to drive a little ways if it's for food absolutely and this is comforted i mean for this it is seeing raise the north carolina this is my hometown food you know we i don't my driving i think it took me thirty not bad at all is the bath from south pepe i got some moves for you is there buys hotel through okay yeah yeah rick wings and ribs in fraud catfish and what i mean it's barbecue but everybody has barbecue everybody has their version of barbecue but robert here at spoke of aces i'll be live followed robert since way back when he would would he was in a keelan curley parking lot with lil yeah a little trailer in there were two hundred ninety degrees i'd be put putting a great barbecue that is putting a great barbecue now so if you're the platt city area of you just have to be driving bite latte city uh poland here at were over here at us focuses i will be here till 3 o'clock in the race lap you'll be here eddie mid it now so we're gonna talk about uh will flavors a new name if he does it all here by dow was up togo university that it was big food show and flavors this general yeah we we take it a couple of times there but i mean i think this hits the basque this is it yet this is at flavor so we're got could have just talk about barbecue a docket of just talk about tailgating we were talking about cooking entertaining inside outside barbecue doesn't matter anything to do with cooking.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Room which discolored completely wide the wolves wiped sailings one with goals sorts all y alwine everything's one and you can tell way you ought to the extent that some of the wolves along with another so when you're low ian rectangles weirdest go yes array tangle are you would be so far i'm with you so far and he just to give you sense of the baseline conditions here imagine you are a rat in this room okay and somebody comes on on heights an object in one corner of the room what it can be anything if iraq's reduce foods like a biscuit in the yeah hide biscuit one of the four corners among corner you see it occurred but before you can get to it they pick you up by your tailspin you round a bunch of times macedon don't wait you all you don't know which direction you're facing it and then they say right now go find the biscuit if you do this with the rat what will happen is it will say all right let me go find the biscuit and it will go to one corn which looks rights but of course the room also looks like that if she turned around two hundred ninety degrees in face exactly the opposite direction because it's a rectangle so they get it right about fifty percent of the time because corners of rectangles with two of them are tentacles yeah all right so we get on with this because i am well aware of this is just need to get that out of the way other cool part is coming at high heels over what the experiment did next is they took one of the four white walls and they turned it blew so matching this scenario and you're in this room with get these four white walls are rather three way walls one of them is blow rape it will now you're not confused anymore you can you can relate everything that the blue light be like oh the corner with the biscuit was the left of the blue wall a right of whom all elected to laugh you now have the blue wall as a navigational clue yes that makes sense know we will be able to do that let's not going to be difficult force rx we got to the good plug its killings come turns out there the.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Experiment charles's book cooled a thousand days wonder it blew my mind out of my nose an onto the book it will it will messy never want to be with you in the library takes a little journey to get to the mindblowing pardon but luckily i'll let charles explained the whole thing happens in a room yeah you put into this room which is covered completely wiped the wolves wiped ceilings wi with wounds sorts all y alway everything's one and you can tell way you out to the extent that some of the wolves along with another so when you're a lo young rectangles what you're just go yeah survey tang deliver are you with me so far i'm with you so if i if he just to give you sense of the baseline conditions here imagine you were a rat in this room and somebody comes along heights an object in one corner of the room what it can be anything if iraq's reduce foods like a biscuit as in the yet the high to biscuit one of the four corners among corner you see it occurred but before you can get to it they pick you up by your tailspin you around a bunch of times missy during their way you all you don't know which direction you're facing and then they say right now go find the biscuit if he do this with the rat what will happen is it will say all right let me go find the biscuit and it will gary who one corn which looks rights but of course the room also looks like that if she turned around two hundred ninety degrees and face exactly the opposite direction because it's a rectangle so they get it right about fifty percent of the time because corners of rectangles of two of them identical yeah all right so we get on with us because i am well aware of this is just need to get that out of the way of part is coming up i hope so what the experiment next is they took one of the four white walls and he turned to blue so imagine this scenario in your in this room get these four white walls heart rather three way walls one of them is.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They pick you up by your tailspin you round a bunch of times with missie during their way you all you don't know which direction of facing it and then they say right now go find the biscuit if he do this with the rat what will happen is it will say all right let me go find the biscuit and it will go to one corn which looks rights but of course the room also looks like baffi she turned around two hundred ninety degrees and face exactly the opposite direction because it's erecting so they get it right about fifty percent of the time because corners of rectangles of two of them identical yeah all right so we get on with this because i am well aware of this is just a it's needs to get that out of the way the cool part is coming up i hope over what he experimented did next is they took one of the four white walls and he turned it blew so imagine this scenario and you're in this room get these four white walls are rather three way walls one of them is blu ray it will now you're not confuse anymore you can you can relate everything to the blue light be like oh the corner with the biscuit with the left of the blue wall a right of blue wall eager to laugh you now have the blue wall as a navigational clue gas that makes sense you know we will be able to do that that's not going to be difficult force rx it'll be got to the good plug as going to come turns out there the rats he says they still scoring 5050 what is this if they can't take any notice of the blue wool even with the blue wall they're only finding the biscuit fifty percent of the.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"For you on among a number of different platforms to give information about mortgage lending we bring to the show a lot of different types of people that he the works available were they don't work for malibu they worked for other lenders were grateful to have with us a great loan officer to gauge us thompson josh how are you i'm doing great are you doing he know what i'm okay i'm talked out and i'm tired any two hundred ninety degree outside but other than that i'm actually terrific but earlier exactly okay i wanna ask you a couple of quick questions up front borrowers uh what is the status of borrowers in your world today are they an eminently qualified do you have to find some odd programs for them give us an idea of the type of business and people you working with oh yeah it would be i i would definitely david every joy and bari unique uh you know yeah and let the good thing about it being a broker you know uh i have a letter of different you know lender program that i you know shop quarter fifteen a lotta quite meet or whatever i mean what about you know program that even been out there be note over him coming back our property though i have a lot of in better the focal point quite thorough work with so uh you know people that have a lotta right up on income but at a very qualified people guy at me he will will pay any okay leaked a scenario then okay so i'm let let's just say i'm one of these borrows i've got a poor unit building and i run a bakery and i've i've i make great money at the bakery but i don't show personal income 'cause i write off a.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

AM 590 The Answer

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

"Christopher was also my six here's my question six am five ninety the answer the welcome back to unite iii radio the radio show boast important political office that of the private citizens we are pleased and honored to have evans said on the line with us today has the top rated of video on heritage as well as an article we've been discussing which is the number one article eight days in a row on town hall called he fights about donald trump and being a the first built the first wartime president in the culture war came in and they're so true is there are so many republicans and that's one of the great schisms is do you see it as an existential threat of a country are we at war or or is it just politics as usual yeah the democrats get in ramp up spending and regulation to maybe we give maybe trim about global bitten backandforth backandforth and i think all three of us are yeah this is an existential war for the future of the country and western civilization where unrewarded up whoa your boding are compatible or the other what do we get the green room for compromise but when you're twenty two hundred ninety degree from each other no compromise could we found out so we cannot compromise what we what we think look gun blow the lubin the tottenham around it so what is good compromise that we could reach of that more were looted eight hundred well what what what compromise one that the women were at the world those no compromise to be found acumen that will also with an anger western liberal democracy lower quaco lower case boop and so the only option or in america regarding mater whirlwind which is not gonna work what would come gotten truth that the lord our work all were by in the republican party and the conservative no click because what we think to conserve your liberal democracy unrwa edging up my book boone don't even american accept them they don't believe in question i'm sure roof from below believe in in america and make sure they put their citizen good but world thing but when you are able to coq to our bowling and so it will you know choice said look compromise to be found will elect low oh well.

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"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"two hundred ninety degree" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Of the chair and it turns out that the scored being crennel lighted phones that car was mike is they're embody men's of negative kovac suspects which is come to the court hyperbolic space hot barnidge on the trip now what does it mean to talk about a negative curve just but that's they're a lot of different ways of mathematically describing it and none of them are immediately obvious took matt positions but hundreds of use trying to prove anything night this was possible but one way he can think about it is it's like a g metric equivalent of the negative numbers and negative now the discovery of negative numbers was a big event in the history of mathematics so just as you had zero positive numbers a negative numbers so you can have is you know kev to space positive pitch space and negative pitcher space and they haven't to each of these three different spaces has different property so he's a simple one that everyone when understand on the surface on you canadian surface yeah it was of the triangle always that up two hundred ninety degree on the surface of the speedy at the end was of the triangle add up to more than a hundred ninety degrees and on a hyperbolic surface bad up to less than a hundred night great so based three different joe much raides have fundamentally different properties and how a set that crush was a way to illustrate that hyperbolic space well it it turns out before don't to tame a net in realize that you could do this with crocheting the great until mike to williams test in who was a call now head she had actually made a small model of hyperbolic space using been circular strips.

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