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We are pleased to review another full featured, high resolution 640 thermal scope that is new to the market and that comes in at more affordable price. The Pulsar Talion XG35 640x480, 12 micron, 2x base magnification optic has hit the market at $4,299, which is significantly less expensive than any Pulsar 640x480 rifle scope ever to be introduced. This small, compact style scope offers a very long lasting, fully removable rechargeable battery and every feature you'd expect to find in scopes that cost $1,000+ more. Watch this review to see if the Talion XG35 is the right scope for your needs. If you are looking for a night vision or thermal optic please give Hans and Jason a call at 877-350-1818 or visit our website at outdoorlegacygear.com
Meet Tamara, Founder of the Tailwind Jungle Lodge, a treehouse style eco-lodge in the jungle on the Mexican Pacific coastline. She's also author of Wildpreneurs, a book that shares lessons learned, alongside stories and wisdom from other free-spirited Wildpreneurs, revealing the joys and realities of making their business dreams come true. And just recently, Tamara's journey led her to join the team at Thermal where she's the leader of a community of hundreds of surf guides and surf lodges around the world. As you'll hear in this episode, Tamara's passionate about inspiring people to follow their wild inspiration and embrace the journey. Here's just a few of the things we cover in this episode: Building a Jungle Lodge in Mexico Living as a Wildpreneur No Mud No Lotus Philosophy Artful Mistake Making The Richness of Life The Joy of Daydreaming What ‘Making It” Means To You Enjoy the episode! ~ Live your dreams, and happy adventuring! Social Media Channels: @TailwindJungleLodge @Wildpreneurs @Thermal.Travel Website: TailwindJungleLodge.com www.wildpreneurs.com https://bespoke.thermal.travel/ ----------------------------------------------------- YOUR HOST LIZ: Connect with me on Instagram @LizLandeen Find out about my various programs to support entrepreneurs and/or set up a FREE 30-minute clarity call with me at https://www.lizlandeen.com/ The Outdoor Entrepreneur Team: Produced by Vandalpop Media at www.vandalpop.com
In the 200th episode of Meat and Potatoes, Garrett Clark sits down with Brad Plothow, Chief Growth Officer at Intergalactic. Intergalactic is an Aerospace Thermomanagment Systems Operator currently based out of St. George, Utah. Intergalactic specializes in creating products and systems that help regulate temperatures anywhere in the aerospace industry. According to Plothow, managing temperatures is extremely important as even a slight change in temperature can alter human behavior, so having a space team or a jet pilot in perfect temperatures can be the difference between failure and success of a mission. In addition, when we finally establish bases on Mars, these thermomanagement products are vital because the temperatures on Mars can swing by 70 to 80 degrees. Meat & Potatoes Podcast is Silicon Slopes longest standing podcast show. The podcast highlights Utah startups and celebrates, promotes, and features business leaders within and outside the Silicon Slopes community. Outline of the conversation: 0:00 Introduction to Intergalactic 2:00 Thermal systems 7:30 Areas of focus 10:30 Complications of space 14:15 Certifications 16:00 Location 20:30 Testing standards 25:15 Chief Growth Officer 26:45 Products and systems 28:00 Product development 30:00 Recruiting 32:45 Closing remarks Show links: https://ig.space Social: Intergalactic LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/airborneecs/ Intergalactic Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/intergalactichq/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/siliconslopes Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/siliconslopes/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/silicon-slopes/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8aEtQ1KJrWhJ3C2JnzXysw
DJ Thermal Detonator Speaks 911Get M A D with Chris Graves 4-24-2023 Nelson Martins aka DJ Thermal DetonatorGM #42(Graves Notes)On this episode of Get M.A.D. With Chris Graves, I talk with researcher / filmmaker Nelson Martins aka DJ Thermal Detonator about the untold aborted hijacking attempts of 9/11 AND 9/13, along with other not so well known aspects of September 11th, 2001. I can't wait to talk with Nelson again! Enjoy!DJ Thermal Detonator Online:https://twitter.com/DJThermalDhttps://www.facebook.com/djthermaldetonatorhttps://www.patreon.com/thermaldetonatorhttps://www.youtube.com/user/TrutherShirtshttps://911skepticsvstruth.wordpress.com/author/djthermaldetonator/https://allmylinks.com/djthermald9/11: BOJINKA MAXIMUM - Untold Hijacking attempts of September 11th & 13th - [DOCUMENTARY - 2020]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZKtkpB5Yw8INSIDE JOB - BOSTON LOGAN 9/11: Cover-ups, Aborted Hijackings & Expositions [DOCUMENTARY - 2021]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xz10s3FkKo4Everything Chris Graves can be found on his Linktree: https://linktr.ee/cgravesmassguyPayPal:http://paypal.me/SirhcSevargGet Mad Archives:https://ochelli.com/category/get-m-a-d-with-chris-graves/ Ochelli Link Treehttps://linktr.ee/chuckochelliYOUR HELP TO KEEP US GOING IS CRITICAL: https://ochelli.com/donate/Uncle – Age of Transitions – T-shirts Aaron's Book and MORE: https://theageoftransitions.com/category/support-the-podcasts/Do you have a project, business, or message To PromoteBe Heard on The Ochelli Effect - The Age of Transitions - Get M A D with Chris Graves - Uncle The Podcast or The Whole Network. Rates Start at $50.Get In TouchE-mail email@example.com NETWORK:Rokfin https://rokfin.com/ChuckOchelliBitchute Channel: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/oxL96KiJtQLP/Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ochelliLIVE LISTENING OPTIONS:OCHELLI.COM https://ochelli.com/listen-live/ RADDIO https://raddio.net/324242-ochellicom/ ZENO https://zeno.fm/radio/ochelli-radio/ TUNEIN http://tun.in/sfxkx
Is Gabapentin the new Tramadol? We see quite a many post on Veterinary Anesthesia Nerds discussing the use of Gabapentin for acute post surgical pain..but what does the evidence say? Here Stephen breaks down how this drug works, why acute pain may not be the best use of gabapentin and what you should reach for instead. Resources mentioned in this episode: Pypendop B, Siao K, Lkiw J. Thermal antinociceptive effect of orally administered gabapentin in healthy cats. Am J Vet Res. 2010;71(9). doi:10.2460/AJVR.71.9.1027 Reid P, Pypendop B, Ilkiw J. The effects of intravenous gabapentin administration on the minimum alveolar concentration of isoflurane in cats. Anesth Analg. 2010;111(3). doi:10.1213/ANE.0B013E3181E51245 Johnson B, Aarnes T, Wanstrath A, et al. Effect of oral administration of gabapentin on the minimum alveolar concentration of isoflurane in dogs. Am J Vet Res. 2019;80(11). doi:10.2460/AJVR.80.11.1007
Episode 299 of the John1911 podcast is now live: NRA Show 2023. Dan Wesson DWX. Thermal scopes. AR-15 buffer problems. Only shoot people who need to be shtot. Marky John1911.com "Shooting Guns & Having Fun"
Today, We will have Andrew from Thermal Suppressors on the show talking about what makes suppressors different and why it's more than just suppressing sound.
Welcome back to The Late Night Vision Show! This week Hans and Jason are reviewing two of the new AGM Sidewinder 384 resolution thermal monoculars announced at the SHOT Show 2023. These two new handhelds, the TM25-384 and TM35-384 offer an unmatched image quality from any previous AGM 384x288 handheld and they are hitting the market at a price that is almost too good to believe! With a textured rubberized exterior, fantastic image quality and our favorite part, a fully removable/rechargeable 18650 battery with a VERY long battery life, these handhelds are going to send shock-waves through the thermal handheld market. If you're looking for a digital night vision, scope, watch this review and check out loads of footage from our hunts in the field. If you are looking for a night vision or thermal optic please give Hans and Jason a call at 877-350-1818 or visit our website at outdoorlegacygear.com
In the daytime, hot air rises as the sun heats the ground. The rising column of air is called a thermal, and it's the perfect way for a Turkey Vulture to hitch a ride. Like an elevator to the skies, the thermal gently wafts the vultures upward. They move in a slowly ascending spiral around the thermal, rarely flapping and instead coasting on the breeze. When many vultures ride the same thermal, it's called a kettle.More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.
MAX ORDINATE • The Precision Rifle Podcast
Great episode with Tyler & Jeph touching on the Ridgeline Drill after having run it numerous times, discussing competition shooter failures, and getting into night shooting. Illuminated reticles, lit up targets, Night Vision Devices, Thermal optics, and so much more! Thanks for tuning in. If you would like to skip ahead, the timings of subject changes are as follows:Intro and Updates11:30 - Body Armor wearing shenanigans21:40 - Revisiting the Ridgeline Drill36:30 - Competition Shooter failures at follow through50:30 - Considerations for Night ShootingFor a more personal connection to the hosts, be sure to follow Tyler Hughes on Instagram @tyler_hughes_ss and Jeph Savaglio @savage422. Thank you to our show sponsor Howitzer Clothing. Manufacturer and designer of great clothing made for everyday wear while holding up to the rigors of the range! Howitzer is a huge supporter of LE and Military with their Blue Lion Program. Go check them out at www.howitzerclothing.com. You can also follow them on social media, @howitzerclothing. Check out our website: www.MaxOrdinate.com Your source for the nation's leading long range precision rifle training. Visit out “Free Training” section for a mountain of free downloads to elevate your range training. In our products sections, don't forget to look at our targets for purchase that will guide your range sessions for more productivity. Hoodies. T-shirts. SWAG. Get your Max Ordinate fix now! VIP Subscribers: http://www.patreon.com/maxordinate1 - Custom RSS feed - Exclusive content, shows, targets, training tools, training videos, and more! - Only $8 a month! Follow our company on social media: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/maxordinate Facebook: http://www.instagram.com/maxordinate Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/@maxordinate #sniper #snipertarget #marines #military #scoutsniper #lawenforcement #police #cops #swat #precisionrifle #longrangeshooting #westcoastshooters #longrangeprecision #rifle #sniperrifle #snipertraining #precisionrifletraining #windcalling #ballistics #trajectory #targetimpact #hostage #tripodshooting #barricadeshooting #triggercontrol #marksmanshipfundamentals #marksmanship #hunter #hunting #optics #riflescope #bipods #specialforces #marinerecon #urbansniper #shorts #short #precisionrifle #huntinglife #longrangeshooting #boltaction #riflechassis #accuraterifle #longrangehunting #shooterready #mdt
Aaron on the NAPA Valley 750, Brad at Thermal in Ferrari Challenge Cars and Driving a Tesla.
On Episode #40 of The Thermal…a feature interview with IGC President Peter Eriksen and the growing concern over mid-air collisions. I also speak to this year's winner of the BGA's Bill Scull Safety Award. Wolf Rossmann tells us all about his on-line safety tool FlySafe. And Dr Dan…talks to me about the real danger of Altitude Decompression Sickness and the impact on glider pilots. It's another danger we need to pay attention to. That's all on episode #40 of The Thermal.
It's review time again! This week Hans and Jason review the InfiRay Outdoor Rico GH50. This is a compact, full featured, 640 high resolution scope wtith a 3x base magnification. The Rico GH50 has a fantastic image quality and a very value for the dollar at $4,999 and it also includes the iRay USA 5 year warranty with the 5 business day repai/replace policy. If you're looking for a high resolution thermal scope in a compact housing you don't need to miss this show. If you are looking for a night vision or thermal optic please give Hans and Jason a call at 877-350-1818 or visit our website at outdoorlegacygear.com
This week the guys give ya a quick recap of Paul's southern turkey adventures and Andrew's preparation for a southern trip for hunting hogs. Paul got to spend a few days down in Florida chasing Osceolas. Andrew's heding to Oklahoma to learn from the Oklahoma Outdoorsman, John Hudspeth, about how to take down hogs. More to come on that trip.This week's talk, is with Sawyer from Xvision Optics. Xvision optics is the newest partner to the O2 Family, and they specialize in thermal optics. If you're not familiar with thermals, Sawyer does a great job of explaining the science behind the devices. Consider it thermals 101 if you will. This is a fun talk, and a good educational experience in the latest technology.Have a great week and enjoy the O2 if you get out into Ohio's great Outdoors!Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! www.theo2podcast.comGoWild ProfileFirst LiteMidWest Gun WorksHalfRackXvision Instagram: @the.o2.podcastTwitter: @OhiohuntPatreon
Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
This week the guys give ya a quick recap of Paul's southern turkey adventures and Andrew's preparation for a southern trip for hunting hogs. Paul got to spend a few days down in Florida chasing Osceolas. Andrew's heding to Oklahoma to learn from the Oklahoma Outdoorsman, John Hudspeth, about how to take down hogs. More to come on that trip. This week's talk, is with Sawyer from Xvision Optics. Xvision optics is the newest partner to the O2 Family, and they specialize in thermal optics. If you're not familiar with thermals, Sawyer does a great job of explaining the science behind the devices. Consider it thermals 101 if you will. This is a fun talk, and a good educational experience in the latest technology. Have a great week and enjoy the O2 if you get out into Ohio's great Outdoors! Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! www.theo2podcast.com GoWild Profile First Lite MidWest Gun Works HalfRack Xvision Instagram: @the.o2.podcast Twitter: @Ohiohunt Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's Destination is: Rotorua, New Zealand Today's Lesson Learned- Losing my reading glasses Travel Advice: Maps offline can help you find your way solo. FAQ: Annie asks Dr. Travelbest; I'm so worried about traveling alone. I must build my confidence to go on a trip, even with another person. If I was to go alone, What would be the biggest concern for solo travel safety? Answer: Annie, you should be aware but not worry unnecessarily. Travel at the step you feel comfortable. You will be safer in many ways if you follow specific simple guidelines. Always ask for help before you go solo when you need it. Others want to help you out. I've made a quick list here for you to follow. 5 Quick Safety Answers for Solo Travel Safety Stay Connected. ...Keep Others Apprised of Your Itinerary. ... Stash Money, Credit Cards, and Passport in Separate Places. ... Ensure Your Lodgings Are Safe. ... Stay Healthy. ... Pray for a safe trip. Today's destination: Rotorua, New Zealand If you like discussing the climate, you will want to learn about geothermal, including geysers and mud pools. One place to explore is on the North Island of New Zealand, in a small town called Rotorua. It's a volcanic wonder space with unique geothermal attractions and landscapes. There are rare flora, fauna, and history of the Maori. The region has one of the world's most active geothermal fields. Five minutes from the city, you will see a geyser called Pohutu. This erupts to a height of 100 feet and does it up to 20 times per day. You can't escape the smell of sulfur, the clouds of steam, and the volcanic bubbling. Besides this fantastic spectacle, what else is there worth seeing? Visit the shopping markets in the central city and then the free thermal reserve, which features beautiful public gardens, bubbling mud pools, colorful hot lakes, and free thermal foot pools. Then consider a bike ride past four major geothermal attractions on the Thermal bike trail. Stop along the way for a dip in a natural hot river. Visit a Maori village where the people live amongst the geothermal activity and use the boiling water for cooking, bathing, and warming their homes. I watched a dance of the Maori warriors and was entertained by the cultural experience. I recommend it. Depending on the weather, you can float in a thermally heated public swimming pool or one of many luxurious thermal spas. https://www.newzealand.com/us/rotorua-geothermal/ Today's Lesson Learned- Losing my reading glasses. I lost my reading glasses and struggled with not having great vision. I was struggling with seeing the small print on my phone. Don't lose your glasses; if you do, have a spare pair handy If you wear contacts, bring your eyeglasses as a backup when traveling. Today's Travel Advice-Maps offline can help you find your way solo. Free. Check out the map dot me app, where you don't need to have data, just GPS. It will help you route yourself, even without an online connection. They have offline maps of the whole world. Search and discover travel maps, tourist guides, and navigation offline. they have a web version, too. Maps.me works with no Wi-Fi or cellular internet and is free. All it needs is your phone's GPS! It gets its data from OpenStreetMap. OpenStreetMap is an app you can download to your phone. Find attractions, monuments, churches, viewpoints, museums, businesses, hairdressers, dentists, and cafes. They have 140 million customers in 190 countries and 1.5 million app store reviews and are based in Switzerland.
Adam Fitzgerald and DJ Thermal Detonator join us for answers to TMZ's "The Fifth Plane" mystery. Follow Jackman Radio on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JackmanRadio Support Jackman Radio https://www.patreon.com/JackmanRadio Venmo: MikeJackman1986
On this episode of the podcast Jason and Hans are excited to review yet another new and amazing advance in night optics. This week we review the Pulsar Thermion Duo DXP50, that is the first hunting rifle scope to combine both a high end 640 resolution thermal optic with a 4K ultra high resolution day time optic. With this single scope you have the option of one of the best 2x base magnification thermal images on the market today and/or an amazing 4K full color daytime image at 2x base magnification as well. And if that's not enough, Pulsar built in the ability to quickly switch between the two technologies and even allows you to use both at the same by enabling the Picture in Picture feature at the top of the screen. This lets you view the opposite spectrum in the PiP as what you're viewing in the main screen. Does this sound confusing? Trust us, it's not at all, and it's one of the easiest scopes on the market to operate. Watch this review to see actual footage from the field in both day and night conditions to see what the scope is truly capable of. If you are looking for a night vision or thermal optic please give Hans and Jason a call at 877-350-1818 or visit our website at outdoorlegacygear.com
Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
On this special "shakeout" episode Nathan is joined by Michael Markesberry, CEO & Co-Founder of OROS. OROS makes some of the most advanced thermal materials in the world, featuring their unique SOLARCORE Aerogel technology. Not only do they make apparel but they've partnered with footwear brands like Merrell. Tune in to learn how their (literally) space-age tech & material is advancing thermal clothing & shoes. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support
When did night vision and thermal technology come about? Hell, I have no idea - but our longtime friend Darren Jones of Armasight is well versed on the topic. We try not to get to technical, but still explain how these technologies function. Some other highlights include: How Darren used Night Vision/Thermal during his deployments [...]
This episode on the podcast we mix things up a little bit with a new topic but one we're getting an increasing number of calls and questions about; using thermals for coon and squirrel hunting. This is a unique use for thermal optics and it's becoming increasingly common and causing an interest among many coon and/or squirrel hunters. On this week's show Hans and Jason discuss the benefits but also what the limitations are of using thermals for finding treed animals. They offer suggestions of what to look for in a thermal optic but also what to avoid. Hopefully this episode offers some insight for those considering a thermal optic for coon or squirrel hunting. If you are looking for a night vision or thermal optic please give Hans and Jason a call at 877-350-1818 or visit our website at outdoorlegacygear.com
In this Episode of The Thermal, Mathias Schunk tells us what it's like to crash a JS-1 at 100kmh and survive. It's a hell of a story…not to be missed. And we hear from Dutch pilot Jeroen van Dijk and his epic 2022 summer flying his LS-3. Jeroen flew not just one but two 1000 km flights out of his home base…the Amsterdam Gliding Club. That's all on Episode #39 of The Thermal.
MEP EP#368: The Thermal Hum of the UniverseNewsMay 4th, Bringing back the MacroFab meetup.Stephen Kraig looking for a job. Email firstname.lastname@example.orgAnother thought on ground planesFinally tried an honest to god ground plane on an amp and the results are what you would expect.RealizationsComponent placement matters as much if not more than trace routingPool analogyUnderstanding current is keyTrade offsMakes ground easier while making signaling harderIt is possible to have too much groundVenting of Sealed (washable) Relays (that have vents provided)TE Connectivity application note about sealed relays Unless specifically advised otherwise by TE Engineering, all sealed relays (that have a venting means provided by the manufacturer) must be vented after PCB assembly and cleaning, but before use electrically, in order for published ratings to remain applicable.Dumb Aviation plugStephen bought GX16 aviation plugsNeed Gx20What does the number mean? The mounting hole size….
While we're only a few months into 2023 the new thermal optics are already rolling in and we're reviewing them as fast as we can. This week we've got another great addition to that iRay/Infiray lineup with the Rico GL35. This is the sibling to the Rico GL35R with a laser range finder that we've already reviewed but the GL35 is retailing at a very affordable $2,999 and offers some of the best battery life we've ever seen. If you're looking for a midrange thermal with a fantastic price, the Rico GL35 needs to be on your short list. If you are looking for a night vision or thermal optic please give Hans and Jason a call at 877-350-1818 or visit our website at outdoorlegacygear.com
Outlawed Live with Ron Stone Tuesday, February 28th with Kasen Petsch of Thermal Thunder Pulling Team --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beer-money-pulling-team/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beer-money-pulling-team/support
Brett Rampal is the director of nuclear and power strategy at Veriten, a Houston-based energy advisory firm. In this episode, Brett, a nuclear engineer, talks about the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's recent approval of NuScale Power's reactor design, why the agency could soon be overwhelmed by the number of companies trying to get permits for their reactors, the emerging fuel-supply challenges, and why the “biggest opportunity for nuclear in the U.S. might be for thermal output, not electricity.” (Recorded January 25, 2023.)
Some of the most common question we get at Outdoor Legacy from our customers revolves around zeroing their new thermal or night vision scope. We decided it would be a good show topic to discuss tips, tricks and best practices for mounting and zeroing your new night optic. On this episode Jason and Hans talk about the methods that they use themselves when zeroing their scopes. If you are looking for a night vision or thermal optic please give Hans and Jason a call at 877-350-1818 or visit our website at outdoorlegacygear.com
- Toyota, Honda Lose Most Customers to EVs - Toyota To Build Electric SUVs In U.S. - Tesla Could Shift Cell Production from Germany To U.S. - Ford Lines Up Battery Plant in Turkey - GM Updates OnStar Services - Ford Strategy to Extend EV Range - VW, BMW, Mercedes Face Emissions Recall - Women Discriminated with Car Insurance - Stellantis Reports Blow-Out Earnings - Geely #1 With Thermal Efficient Hybrid
- Toyota, Honda Lose Most Customers to EVs - Toyota To Build Electric SUVs In U.S. - Tesla Could Shift Cell Production from Germany To U.S. - Ford Lines Up Battery Plant in Turkey - GM Updates OnStar Services - Ford Strategy to Extend EV Range - VW, BMW, Mercedes Face Emissions Recall - Women Discriminated with Car Insurance - Stellantis Reports Blow-Out Earnings - Geely #1 With Thermal Efficient Hybrid
This week's episode: Conor Daly joined before Daytona 500 qualifying to discuss his entry with TMT Racing, team owner Floyd Mayweather, other NASCAR races he is set to run this year, the IndyCar test at Thermal Club, IndyCar marketing and the race left on his bucket list. Plus, Katherine Legge will drive the fourth entry for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing while Tony Kanaan announces that he is retiring from IndyCar after this May. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the Bear Grease Render is coming at you from camp in the Arkansas Delta on the Cache Bayou. Your fearless host, Clay Newcomb, is joined by the incomparable Brent Reaves as well as render veteran and owner of Sunspot Outdoors, Michael Rosamond. Cameramen Loren Moulton and Dave Gardner flew in for the render as well and decided to stick around and shoot some Coon and Squirrel Hunting for an upcoming Bear Grease project. As the river level rises, the crew discusses relevant topics like how river gauges work, where to hunt when your prime woods get flooded, and the importance of a good, bright coon light. The gang then dives into the last Bear Grease episode called "Tecumseh's Death," where they discuss the nuanced implications of the great orator and Shawnee leader's life and death. Stay tuned cuz you're not gonna wanna miss Clay's announcement for a special event... Connect with Clay and MeatEater Clay on Instagram MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop Bear Grease MerchSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Missouri Woods & Water - Sportsmen's Nation
This week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast the guys get to talk with Alex, the host of Talk About It Outdoors podcast about night hunting coyotes. First we get into how Alex got into night hunting and how it grew into thermal hunting from his beginnings. We also talk about some of the differences between day and night hunting and what Alex likes about both. We also discuss how calling coyotes at night is rapidly changing with the increasing popularity in predator hunting and how he keeps pivoting to be successful. Alex also gives us some of his favorite rifle calibers and some of his favorite sounds. Thanks to Alex for coming on and thanks for listening! Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content!Check out the MO Woods & Water Linktree for show and partner linksAthlon OpticsMidwest Gun Works: Use code woodswater for 5% offCuddeback: Use code MOWW22 for 10% offRivers Edge Treestands: Use code Missouri10 for 10% off plus free shipping on Hang-Ons and Ladder StandsLucky BuckOnX: Use code MWW20 for 20% off CamofireBlack Ovis: Use code MWW10 for 10% off
Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
This week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast the guys get to talk with Alex, the host of Talk About It Outdoors podcast about night hunting coyotes. First we get into how Alex got into night hunting and how it grew into thermal hunting from his beginnings. We also talk about some of the differences between day and night hunting and what Alex likes about both. We also discuss how calling coyotes at night is rapidly changing with the increasing popularity in predator hunting and how he keeps pivoting to be successful. Alex also gives us some of his favorite rifle calibers and some of his favorite sounds. Thanks to Alex for coming on and thanks for listening! Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Check out the MO Woods & Water Linktree for show and partner links Athlon Optics Midwest Gun Works: Use code woodswater for 5% off Cuddeback: Use code MOWW22 for 10% off Rivers Edge Treestands: Use code Missouri10 for 10% off plus free shipping on Hang-Ons and Ladder Stands Lucky Buck OnX: Use code MWW20 for 20% off Camofire Black Ovis: Use code MWW10 for 10% off Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Full article: https://www.ajronline.org/doi/abs/10.2214/AJR.22.28603 Wenhui Zhou, MD, PhD reviews a recent AJR article which compares the efficacy and safety of delayed versus upfront thermal ablation in the treatment of colorectal cancer liver oligometastases. This comparison study shows upfront thermal ablation results in better progression-free-survival compared to delayed ablation, for patients with low tumor burden.
Off Track with Hinch and Rossi
The guys recap their time at the open test at Thermal Motor Club. Thim talks about getting robbed. Alex takes us through his hiking adventures at the Grand Canyon, then the guys discuss travel etiquette -or the lack thereof- again.Want to apply to for the Rod Campbell Award? Click here!+++Off Track is part of the SiriusXM Sports Podcast Network. If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, please give a 5 star rating and leave a review. Subscribe today wherever you stream your podcasts.Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.The music you heard in this episode comes from:Ryan Dann of Holland Patent Public Library. You can find him online at hollandpatentpubliclibrary.com
This week's The Race IndyCar Podcast ranks the top five teams by driver line-up, and wraps up IndyCar's first pre-season test at the $270 million Thermal Club track in Palm Springs. Co-hosts JR Hildebrand and Jack Benyon use The Race's recent feature ranking the IndyCar team's by driver line-up to assess the top five in greater detail. Who was number one? Why has one of IndyCar's ‘big three' fallen to fourth, and who got the top spot between Penske and Ganassi? Tune in to find out. Standout performances from the Thermal test are also analysed, with Kyle Kirkwood on the pace in his new seat at Andretti, rookie Agustin Canapino surprising onlookers and Marcus Armstrong matching the pace of his new Ganassi team-mates. READ MORE: Ranking IndyCar's 2023 driver line-ups from worst to best Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube Download our brand-new app on iOS or Android Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Conor Daly and Joey Mulinaro are back on Speed Street to discuss Conor's big announcement about running the Daytona 500 and his trip to the NASCAR Clash at the LA Coliseum, their thoughts on IndyCar's pre-season test at the Thermal Club including calling Conor's mom to react to their viral interview, Logan Sargeant's comment about F1 overtaking NASCAR in America, and give their Super Bowl picks. Follow @SpeedStreetpod and @Dirtymomedia on Instagram and Twitter. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin dive deep into spring training at Thermal Club in Palm Springs, California. Kevin and Curt dive into what happened on track and why that does – or doesn't – matter on a track that the series won't race on. Kyle Kirkwood was the fastest in final testing, so Kevin and Curt touch on Kirkwood's confidence and the last 12 months for the former Road to Indy prodigy. Then, the conversation turns to the series' newest drivers and how the rookies performed, specifically Agustin Canapino and Marcus Armstrong. The first segment wraps with the slowest cars at Thermal Club. Kevin and Curt wrap up the performance conversation, but then get into the reactions from fans, drivers and others. How do people feel about having an open test in the first place? What about the Thermal Club? Could the series race on this track and at this venue? Kevin and Curt also discuss the idea of having spring training every season and starting to market and sell the event. Could members of the Thermal Club make a financial impact in IndyCar going forward? In the second hour, Kevin and Curt discuss where past spring training leaders ended up in the season-long race and what it means for future success. Plus, new look cars and sponsors (and those that are back once again). To round out the show, Kevin and Curt dive into the 2023 Daytona 500 and Conor Daly's plans to enter the race. Then, the conversation turns to the removal of double points at the Indianapolis 500, plus what we missed and Twitter questions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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¿Afecta el Thermal Throttling a los nuevos portátiles de Apple con M2 Pro y M2 Max? Parece que más de lo que podíamos pensar. Lo analizamos. Según unas pruebas realizadas en el canal de Youtube, Max Tech, en el vídeo se ponen a pleno rendimiento los nuevos M2 Max con una misma exacta configuración en 14" y 16" y los resultados son más que sorprendentes. Con el mismo exacto hardware, los equipos de 14" caen en rendimiento más del doble, simplemente por el tamaño del portátil al tener menos superficie para refrigerar el equipo en condiciones óptimas. Al no poder sacar todo el calor, el equipo baja su rendimiento y eso provoca que el mismo exacto equipo con la misma configuración, en 16" parezca un equipo distinto. Explicamos qué es el Thermal Throttling en detalle y qué configuración es la mejor según cada equipo. Descubre nuestro canal de Twitch en: twitch.tv/applecoding. Descubre nuestras ofertas para oyentes: Cursos en Udemy (con código de oferta) Apple Coding Academy Suscríbete a Apple Coding en nuestro Patreon. Canal de Telegram de Swift. Acceso al canal. --------------- Consigue las camisetas oficiales de Apple Coding con los logos de Swift y Apple Coding así como todo tipo de merchadising como tazas o fundas. Tienda de merchandising de Apple Coding. --------------- Tema musical: "For the Win" de "Two Steps from Hell", compuesto por Thomas Bergensen. Usado con permisos de fair use. Escúchalo en Apple Music o Spotify.
Mark Peterson sits down with WTA Field Producers Lee VanDenBrink and Adam Raak to discuss their new company Aerial Wildlife Solutions. A new craze in the Whitetail world is using thermal drones to recover deer. Adam and Lee are taking that craze one step further and are using thermal drones for habitat improvement, herd health and much more. Be sure to check them out on YouTube and Social media. If you want to book any of the hunts you hear on my journeys go to: https://worldwidetrophyadventures.com Thank you to these great Partners https://worldwidetrophyadventures.com/ https://www.leupold.com/ https://www.gunwerks.com https://www.cabelas.com/ https://www.rufftuff.com Subscribe to My YouTube channel and hit the notification button
The Maxwell Football Club named Mill Creek standout Caleb Downs on Thursday as the 2022 Maxwell Football Club National High School Player of the Year. Downs starred on offense and defense last season as Mill Creek won the Class AAAAAAA state championship, the program's first. The Hawks finished 14-1 with a No. 11 ranking nationally in the final MaxPreps Top 25. In a state finals win over Carrollton, the 6-foot, 190-pounder made 13 tackles and rushed for three touchdowns. He finished the season with 83 tackles, five interceptions (two for TDs) and 10 passes defensed on defense, in addition to rushing 57 times for 383 yards and 20 TDs and catching 36 passes for 422 yards and three TDs on offense. Downs graduated in December and enrolled early at Alabama, where the five-star recruit is expected to contribute immediately at safety. Downs joins past winners of the Maxwell high school honor that include Bryce Young, Trevor Lawrence and Derrick Henry. Gwinnett County government and local tourism officials are investing half-a-million dollars in COVID recovery funds in efforts to improve security around county attractions and hotels, and to support arts recovery and film education programs. The county announced the $500,000 investment that government and Explore Gwinnett officials will make into the programs on Thursday. The goal is to use the Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery funds to boost areas in the hospitality and tourism industry that were hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds were made available to the county as a result of the American Rescue Plan Act. There are three main areas that the funding will be spent on, including film education and training programs for high school students, a program to support nonprofit arts groups and efforts to improve security at the Gas South District District, Coolray Field and more than 100 hotels in the county. The long-awaited return of the Hometown Holiday Parade is among the highlights included in the city of Lawrenceville's 2023 events calendar, which was released in late January and includes nearly two dozen events. The parade, which has not been held for several years due to the COVID pandemic, is scheduled for Saturday, December 2. Also planned is the two-day “Around the World in the DTL” celebration, providing a variety of culturally-rich experiences and events in the city's collaboration with the Atlanta International Nigh Market. Also, the “Cultura Fiesta Latina” returns in 2023, offering a Latin heritage festival filled with food, dancing and music during National Hispanic Heritage Month. In addition, the “Live in the DTL” concert on June 16 will take place on the Lawrenceville Lawn as part of the Juneteenth Celebration. The city will tip its collective cap to law enforcement during National Police Week in May with “Light Lawrenceville Blue” and on March 10 the Lawrenceville Legacy Leaders Youth Council will presents it inaugural youth-organized mental health awareness event on the Lawrenceville Lawn. Events in the city are free to attend (although some may require pre-registration due to space limitations) and sponsorships starting at $500 are available. Legislation establishing regulations for the fast-growing third-party food delivery industry in Georgia has been introduced in the General Assembly. Senate Bill 34 is an outgrowth of a Senate study committee chaired by Sen. Elena Parent, D-Atlanta, that held several meetings last summer and fall to talk about an industry that has no federal oversight and only patchwork state and local regulations. Third-party food delivery was virtually non-existent before the pandemic closed restaurants to in-person dining. Apps including Uber Eats and DoorDash sprang up so quickly and grew so rapidly that health regulators couldn't catch up, resulting in complaints from customers of unsanitary practices. The industry also ran afoul of restaurant owners, who complained third-party food deliverers were running ads featuring their names without authorization, touting relationships that didn't exist. Senate Bill 34 would put an end to such practices in Georgia, prohibiting third-party food companies from advertising non-existent connections with restaurants and requiring them to enter into contracts with restaurants before picking up and delivering food from those facilities. The legislation also would require vehicles used for third-party food delivery to be clean. No smoking or vaping would be allowed inside delivery vehicles, and pets would be prohibited unless they are service animals. Food containers delivered via a thirty party would have to be closed, sealed and tamper resistant. Thermal containers would be required when necessary to keep food at the proper temperature. Parent's bill has bipartisan cosponsors, including Republican Sens. John Albers of Roswell and Frank Ginn of Danielsville. Democratic cosponsors include Sens. Harold Jones of Augusta and Sally Harrell of Atlanta. Fernbank Museum continues to celebrate its 30th Anniversary this year with special exhibits, giant screen films, themed Discovery Days, nighttime nature adventures in WildWoods: AGLOW, Fernbank After Dark adult science nights and more. Fernbank kicked off the year with the new giant screen film, “Fungi: Web of Life,” which opened on January 7. This film follows scientists to forests in Tasmania and China as they search for unique lifeforms, including bioluminescent mushrooms, that could help solve some of humanity's most urgent problems. “Wings Over Water” opened on February 4 in the Giant Screen Theater. Audiences can fly alongside three different types of birds as they defy the odds and migrate to America's largely unknown but awe-inspiring prairie wetlands. Guests will learn about the science of navigation, flyways, bird behaviors and this unique ecosystem. February will offer a vivid immersion into the science of color in the new special exhibit “The Nature of Color,” which opens Feb 11. “The Nature of Color” offers an in-depth exploration of the way color carries information in nature, including how organisms use it to find food, warn off predators and reproduce. The exhibit also delves into the use of color across cultures, where different colors can signal a wide range of meanings, impact emotions and ultimately influence the society around us. For more information head over to Fernbank dot org. “I billed myself as a triple threat: attorney, author, and artist,” Darryl Hines, one of Tannery Row Artist Colony's newest members, said. Yet at the “tender age” of 72, Hines finds himself totally immersed in one of these talents — creating works of visual art. Hines has accomplished many things in his life, but art has been a constant “companion” that never left him. His journey to Tannery Row has been filled with experiences, an array of talents, a variety of schools and study, and successful careers outside the art world. Growing up in Cleveland, Ohio, his parents recognized his talents at as young as five. However, he was unsure about making a living in the art world. Utlimately, he started a law firm while commuting back and forth to Atlanta to support his wife's broadcast career. While helping his son start a t-shirt company, his love for art was rekindled. In August of 2020, Hines enrolled at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and earned his MFA in 2022. “At the tender age of 72, I returned to metro Atlanta. Finding a studio space led me to Tannery Row at the suggestion of Carolyn Wright, formerly of The Lona Gallery in Lawrenceville.” He finds the atmosphere at Tannery Row encouraging. Hines has gained the interest of collectors like Hollywood filmmaker Michael Sherman who sits on the boards of the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. Hines is hoping to spark interest in gallery owners and museums in Atlanta and elsewhere, pursuing several artist residencies and fellowships, and hoping to teach art as an adjunct professor. If one is lucky, visitors might catch Hines in his area of Tannery Row, located at 554 West Main Street in Buford. 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This is a live episode streamed on our YouTube Channel, to enjoy it fully, be sure to watch the footage here:More Links in YouTube descriptionWatch it Herehttps://youtube.com/live/lr5tINykbOY?feature=shareWe look at some past cases and discuss what might be going on out there. Plus we debut never before seen footage and get some ideas as to what they could be from our audience members.Thanks to everyone for joining us !Remember to join the conversation LIVE with us again Next Thursday!
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James and Alex recap the action packed 24 Hours of Daytona. Alex is just thrilled to be doing Media Day activities, and is actually pretty happy about settling into his curmudgeonly role. Thim has a Grind My Gears, then James has a more compelling Grinds my Gears.+++Off Track is part of the SiriusXM Sports Podcast Network. If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, please give a 5 star rating and leave a review. Subscribe today wherever you stream your podcasts.Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.Want some advice? Send your questions in for Ask Alex to AskOffTrack@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.The music you heard in this episode comes from:Ryan Dann of Holland Patent Public Library. You can find him online at hollandpatentpubliclibrary.com
In this Episode of The Thermal, Crisis in the Air. We hear from a British pilot who kept cool and saved himself and his glider. American pilot Roy Bourgeois knows how to escape the Northern Winters. He has just returned from his 27th gliding adventure in South Africa…he gives us the inside scoop. And there's a new App for analyzing IGC files. One that will help you figure out if you're a safe pilot. That's all on Episode #38 of The Thermal.
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin kick off the show with Kevin's time at the Rolex 24 and what makes the event so unique. Kevin and Curt discuss what happened on track, Helio's third straight victory and Meyer Shank with Acura coming into the event as the fastest car. The conversation turns to other cars that were fast and which drivers stood out - that includes where other IndyCar drivers finished. Then, Kevin and Curt turn to some of the nuggets and tidbits from content day for IndyCar drivers. In the second segment, NBC Sports Racing Commentator Townsend Bell joins the show to talk about Rolex 24 and what Meyer Shank racing might look like in the coming years as Helio Castroneves gets older and Tom Blomqvist gets even better. Then, Townsend and Kevin get into the week at the Thermal Club. The two go through plenty of bullet points including Andretti Autosport and distractions on and off the track. The conversation ends with the Rod Campbell Internship and the impact he had. The first hour wraps up with time for your Twitter questions. The second hour kicks off with the voice of IndyCar and the Indianapolis 500, Mark Jaynes. Mark and Curt set out to preview the 2023 IndyCar season, starting with what has Jaynes' attention with so many new drivers having new homes for this season. Do the teams that didn't make changes have the best chance to put together successful seasons? Mark and Curt discuss the favorites for the season long championship and look ahead to May's Indianapolis 500 To round out the show, Kevin is joined by Tim Rogers and Nick Rhodes from the Thermal Club to get insight on the site of IndyCar spring training. Rogers lays out the original vision behind Thermal Club and why it's a unique venue.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dedication, integrity, passion, patience, humour and friendship are just some of the ingredients needed to be part of the Australian Yowie Research Team.In Episode 14 of DSA we interview two members of the team Buck Buckingham and Gary Lynn who were there in 2021 when they captured a 9-foot thermal image of the parallel hominid. This episode contains the still and motion capture imagery from the incident and a visual smorgasbord of tree breaks and structures.We thank Dean Harrison and his team for their time and research. yowiehunters.com.au
As we put a wrap on the SHOT Show 2023 and Jason and Hans made it safely back to Texas from Las Vegas, we thought this was a good time to consider not only what the SHOT Show brought this year but also the overall state of the night vision and thermal industry. As January winds down and we have the year ahead of us, what do we see happening with night vision and thermal optics? Where do we currently see the industry going? What changes or trends do we see continuing or growing? Hans and Jason discuss all this and more this week on The Late Night Vision Show. If you are looking for a night vision or thermal optic please give Hans and Jason a call at 877-350-1818 or visit our website at outdoorlegacygear.com
This is the first episode of a multi-part series covering coyote hunting. I call in experts both local to the Midwest and from other areas to talk about how they stack up song dogs. On Part 1, I have on Chris Kreiner. He is a very skilled preadator hunter that lives in Central Michigan. We cover topics such as: gun setup, optics, favorite calls, calling senarios, understanding what a coyote is communicating and more. Thanks for listening! Be sure to check out our Youtube page and other social media platforms!
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