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Sebastian Talks January 6th Updates With Julie Kelly

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Sebastian Talks January 6th Updates With Julie Kelly

"Julie Kelly, welcome back to America first. Thanks for having me. I wanted to say I concluded my lovely Mother's Day last night by watching 2000 mules. It is just mind-blowing. You can not conceive that this happened in America that has been covered up this long. And I encourage anyone who has not yet seen it to take the hour and a half and sit down and watch it. I'm going to watch it again. Because I'm sure I've missed something, but great work there. Thank you, Julie. Salem now, dot com, watch the movie stream. It ordered the DVDs you've got to watch it. Okay, so The Washington Post gets a Pulitzer for its coverage of January 6th. This weekend, we saw against federal code and against Virginia code justice is being harassed outside their homes. Nobody arrested nobody a charge with sedition and insurrection. Would you give us an update, Julie on the latest developments with the political prisoners here in D.C.? Yes, first I want to say something about The Washington Post. Aside from other hyperbolic coverage and editorializing, they did a three part series about January 6th, which is a trove. Of little nuggets of information as to how certain lawmakers and officials in Washington, D.C., Avi knew so much ahead of time what was going to happen on January 6th. I've actually relied on that quite a bit, for example, Liz Cheney bringing a Secret Service agent retired Secret Service agent to the capitol that day and some other kids. Hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on. Liz Cheney had special protection on January 6th, so how did she know? Well, that's a great question. No one will ask, but that was a little tidbit in The Washington Post extensive investigation. It's what happened before during and after we also found out that Adam kinzinger told his staff not to come in that day, and I believe the reports that he brought a firearm, I believe that that's what The Washington Post in this series

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PharmaLedger the Pharmaceutical Blockchain ConsortiumThe Pharmaceutical Blockchain Consortium

Insureblocks

02:21 min | 1 year ago

PharmaLedger the Pharmaceutical Blockchain ConsortiumThe Pharmaceutical Blockchain Consortium

"Our listeners. Who haven't yet you or heard you on insure blocks. Could you please give democratic deduction on yourselves perhaps Donna i thanks. Thanks for having us back for another edition. This is great My name's stanford same the domain architect for supply chain at novartis Looking at technology Evaluation and selection also on emerging technologies. That's where it goes to the block chain. And and i have another role. Which is the industry project leader of the farmer. Ledger project which focused on blockchain adoption in the healthcare industry. Excellent marco. yeah hi. This is margaret cuomo. I'm working to same group as dan but the with a little bit different focus. I'm part of what we call the plight. Technology innovation this team trying to bring in new technology into the into novartis in this case. I am focused on blockchain's responsible blockchain in new artists. And my second or other role in familiarize is be co lead architect for the blocker in cloud. Thank you both in his great. Avi bosa back on the show. So as he recalled the first question we all ask. Our guest is to define what is blockchain. But here's i'm curious to know how your definition may or may not have changed since our first podcast back in august two thousand nineteen. Dan do you wanna have a go at it. Yeah actually a. I've i've refined my blockchain definition a little bit and and and what i usually know or how i introduced. Blockchain is with the five days and mark just loves this definition but the five as stand for asset. We're talking about not. Just cryptocurrencies is assets but also add data or or or medicine products. Which can be exchanged on you. Know district distributed ledger technology. So blockchain's good for asset. It's good for audit. This is the immutability aspect that we can't change anything after it's been written to the blockchain very relevant for for our industry Automation so use of smart contracts to eliminate non value adding steps

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Photography and Travel with Tom Stoddart

Photography Daily

03:03 min | 1 year ago

Photography and Travel with Tom Stoddart

"I've started with all my conversations rather inevitably asking how the time has been for for you as the photographer how this has affected you pass with your photography not being able to travel so freely to make your work and you definitely be somebody else that question because you'll used to having a possible to your hand. Yeah i think. I'm i think you forget as a working photographer. Just how many miles you do. And how important traveling is Just becomes part of your life so you know sunny with me it. You have to make a decision or gone to engage with them. Covert and trying should stories and the like or going to take on an enforced break Try and do something else. phila- to fill in the time. So for me. It was enough to fifty years. It was a chance to stay at home. Spend some family time and then try and put a book together because these things are very time consuming the best of times During the pandemic it's a book together. An exhibition Was especially difficult. Avi made any personal projects about the pandemic solo or was this time to take stock and work on projects like this instead. I haven't done anything on the pandemic. I mean In the early days for documentary photographers. There was very little access now. The government the usual fear of For sphere of access Kick deyan and everyone was terrified of leading film crews and photographers in two areas. Send the end you kind of just think. Well there's no point in doing this Especially as there were some very good work being done in america where they Whether photographers have much more on this but looking ahead. I know it seems a little bit early to be entirely confident but there are some green shoots there are some noise is being made about you know from galleries reopening worldwide and shows and new opportunities. How do you feel personally about this time. Going forward and i say this you know with the sense of trepidation and touching would every single time. I'd an idea moderate. I think for the first time in my career i One of the things. I've been doing as has been mentoring. One person in particular earned an a couple of others and normally. When i've been you know when asked this question on a regular basis and it's always it's fine you've got to be optimistic. Photojournalism is alive and well and it's wonderful etcetera etcetera. But trying to help. These youngsters has really brought home to me about how difficult it is and how the industry such as it is has changed out of all recognition. we're definitely living in the instagram generation. Where these young kids are out there and they're putting the living their life online and putting the pictures out that all the time and some of the images of really really good but it always comes down to the bottom line. Well how do you make a living

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Interview With Yessica M. Avila Barojas, Poet, Creator

Influx Collectiv: The Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Yessica M. Avila Barojas, Poet, Creator

"You so much for being here with us today yesica. I like to start off with asking. How are you feeling today. I got used to saying. Okay saying okay for like the whole year because that's a loaded question. But i think over okay. I wonder. I don't know if you wanna go into that a little bit more. But i found that answer quite interesting. Can you tell us a little bit more about what you mean by. Okay yeah. I just feel like especially at work. We use mabrukeh groups in all of this during staff meetings. But we don't go into the deep. Nor would i feel comfortable sharing some of the stuff. Some of my coworkers solid at times. I have to say i'm okay. And then what people that. i am closer with. I can elaborate more on like what it is behind that. Okay but that behind. Okay we'll take more than five minute discussion. So that's why i got used to say the. Yeah and i mean okay in the sense that i am here and i feel very fortunate to be here and there are things todd like outside of my house i like happening but in here. It's safe and it's okay in that alone is it's not great but it's this holding onto the okay. I really like that. I'm like i wrote it. Down us is holding onto the okay. That sounds really cool. So can you tell us just a little bit about you. Sure my name. My full name is yes. Avi lombardo has i was born in awe decided. I could lose. My family. Mine came to this country. When i was three years old. So i've been raced in la for most of my life and then in my mid twenty s. I decided to leave home. once. I got daca. Free So then i moved to san francisco oakland in an portland. And that's where. I met my my partner who is not my wife and now we have a one year pup. So that's that's what happened during the pandemic

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"avi" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"Lay. Welcome to another episode of be. Elevate podcasts where we delve into some of the most interesting minds in business and in real estate for the very best tips and strategies fee to implement. Elevate your business. I'm smith mclean. Editor of elite agent and host of today's show joining me on today's episode of the podcast is avi con of ray white ak g named an elite business leader and awarded business growth later for property management. Avi has skyrocketed to the top one percent of the ri- white networks. Avi welcome to the show. Thank you thank you for having me. But it's great to have you with us. We've watched your journey pretty much from the start. Actually you know through your mars and mainly offices and now to the new officer daisy hill and also the new name ray. What i k. g. So first of all congratulations bit. How did you celebrate this achievement. Because that's amazing growth. I think we celebrate every day actually lead. The team celebrated richard much. Now we actually we take stock. Aware what we've achieved like every week we. Nfl's waiting in what we do. It's it's how do you celebrate these things onto nar Because there's not finish line in that business if he keeps celebrating y'all gonna gar so we celebrate different mementos ikaes if we do all of copy management over six months christmas and things like that. I think the the guys sometimes. It's pitched themselves in the same look where we started. We are and where do we actually got so. I don't know the celebration bits. Yeah it's every days celebration. Every day is a celebration. That's right absolutely and right aka. Jesus bit of a cool name has a cool ring to it. Was this always the goal of yours. Know it's sort of happened. Naturally it's something that ri- watts just a to me that i should be naming the group. It was something that all my businesses will come that group but the more we looked at least look became president in different marketplaces. And it's something that. I think we just get a bit boring with brandy and what we call ourselves. There's something to just think outside the box. Say hey what else can we do to. Brand ourselves sped up and said set apart from competition. So it's sort of just the biwott and took me awhile to get used to it whether we call it g. o. v. group we settled on ak gb sounds. Sounds made a thousand more trendy. I think it's worked for another fairly well. Known agent within the ri- white grape. It has isn't it and quit. Relocated his six. And what he's done. Like i can we emulate obviously conwy what he's don these he's another level to get but he's a very nice guy and spent some time with them recently. Just probably saying but it's it's working so why not copyright were someone else now before becoming an agent you had a career in legal consulting and commerce so tell us a little bit about that and how you ended up in the real estate industry to begin with i studied in new zealand..

From Rookie to Rapid Expansion: Avi Khan

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

01:56 min | 1 year ago

From Rookie to Rapid Expansion: Avi Khan

"Now before becoming an agent you had a career in legal consulting and commerce so tell us a little bit about that and how you ended up in the real estate industry to begin with i studied in new zealand. I studied law in zeeland and i was a bit tired of the fishbowl existence in new zealand. Even though i love the vice my best friends of their. I decided to come to charlie ed. I was working on a project in the government in lowell where implementing new policies strategies around environmental planning. It's over exciting stuff. Sam list very interested in about that stuff. But i sort of fell into technology illegal consulting in tim's automated decisions and sort of went onto a path of consulting for different companies Fox a got to a stage. I was traveling five days a week. I was in distinct. And when i had my first child i said look i. Something's gotta give always selling a few times. And i really like the look of real estate and look rid easier to tom. Wright foss caused lawsuits lodge is but i said look. Let's let's give this guy. 'cause he ages that i doubt would i didn't have a very good experience with so it looks simple but once i got into it like this looks very very difficult. It's not as easy as it looks from the outside Because i was taking a break. From what i was doing and i gave myself three months and Seven years in. I have left since amazing. And so what lessons. Have you carried over from your previous career into real estate about relationships. I think that's what sets us apart from. Anyone else in business. I was in contracting model so i was looking. For the time. I was in divert. Three months project woman projects relationship-building. What what sort of islet in my previous role and it's always about giving something back to people and the more people you know the more networks you krige the business you're gonna get the more you're going to learn about what to do an industry so they relationship side is something that i it's it's out of my previous work

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Israel Under Attack: What You Need to Know

People of the Pod

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Israel Under Attack: What You Need to Know

"Israel is under attack this week with more than a thousand rockets fired since sunday from gaza major israeli cities on high alert and the threat of further violence continuing across the country on tuesday at noon. Ajc jerusalem director avi tall labor vich and i twenty four news. Senior correspondent owen. Alterman spoke with age. Abc's jason isaacs to provide a frontline report on the evolving crisis. We thought that that conversation was so important that we would bring it to you now. Some of it has been eclipsed by events because it was recorded on tuesday at noon but the analysis from these experts remains extremely relevant here. Is that audio. Let's begin appetite. Let me start with you first. What is the current situation in. Israel and in gaza are the hamas and palestinian islamic jihad rocket attacks and incendiary balloon launchings continuing on what are their effects in israel. We are now exactly at twenty five hours after the initial rocket firing from gaza to jerusalem. Yesterday this actually was the opening called for wide attack. Launched by hamas slumming jihad is well and until now we are talking about more than five hundred rockets to different ranges that have been fired from gaza into israel. The target of these rockets are civilian areas. Take for example. The city of ashkelon. This is a city of one hundred. Fifty thousand people just four kilometers way from gaza. This city was focal point of attack. One barrage of rockets after another today from very early in the morning until now

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Complexity Gaming's FIFA All-Star Alan Avi

Esports Network Podcast

02:35 min | 1 year ago

Complexity Gaming's FIFA All-Star Alan Avi

"Allen Avila AKA Alan Avi from complexity gaming FC Dallas. He's a dog Pro slash Castro content creator in general a look at one of the showman Hey Kevin good to be here. I'm excited to be talking some e Sports specifically some fee for today. Yeah, definitely. Thanks for having me so off top favorite FIFA version go all FIFA version. There's so many I mean I've been playing fevers such a long time ever since the World Cup 1998. I would say be for 17 honestly for several reasons. I like the gameplay and I also like that fever because that's what everything sort of started right on so, I mean not not to say that the other FIFA's aren't as good. Let's be very clear about that. Right? Yeah for sure. There's several pieces that I really do like it was a tough decision. I mean it took a while to think of all the FIFA's I mean 16-15 was a really really good. The thing is though. I mean FIFA changes every single FIFA some people don't believe this but it really does change. Whole lot in terms of the gameplay mechanics what works what doesn't work the way the players move just so many little details that ultimately change the game. So, yeah, it's just it's just interesting people like certain FIFA's While others don't like some FIFA's well forgetting about fever first second, right? You actually were pursuing a career as a professional footballer write soccer player, You literally sustained an injury that stopped you from playing for not stopping employment is kind of stunted that that career path for you a little bit more and So you you're recovering your your home away from from actual soccer for a bit and you start picking up FIFA more and more and that leads you down this path towards becoming I mean what you are now, you're just awesome see from the optional Caster. I mean this reads like an Esports Hallmark movie, right? This is crazy. Exactly. Yeah, so I have a big story a big testimony in the way of how I got here. I never expected it. This all stems back from them. I would have played soccer with FC Dallas not at the virtual pitch. Just yeah in real life. I was part of the academy program development program as a youngster. I would say I was a sophomore in high school. I lived in Midland Texas. That's where I was born and raised and Midland Texas is West Texas is about five hours away from Frisco where FC Dallas is located

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Mohegan Gaming Set to Operate First Tribal Casino in Las Vegas History

Gambling With an Edge

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Mohegan Gaming Set to Operate First Tribal Casino in Las Vegas History

"Our guest is gaming. Attorney bob harrison hall of fame member dollars bob recession. Welcome to gambling with an edge. Always a pleasure. Thanks for having. You're quite welcome in your book. The law for gamblers entitle. Your chapter on tribal casinos as indian gaming o. m. g. w. t. f. The chapter tells gamblers to beware of gambling at indian casinos because of the protection of the us citizens are entitled to are not always honoured at travel casinos now. The mohegan sun in connecticut is a tribal casino. And next week they're opening up. What used to be the hard rock casino in las vegas and is calling it virgin casinos. Which is an interesting name for las vegas casino Do you think there we should treat this as a tribal casino or just a regular nevada casino. My best guess is. This is a sovereign indian tried entering into the open american market and they won't have any Saverin indian protections in that sense because this is not an tribal land. It is an american transaction within the state of nevada and within our system commerce. So i'm pretty sure that. The nevada gaming control board in the nevada courts avi of stuff that would apply are going to apply to this casino in its personnel while acting within the state differences. They're acting in the state of nevada. They're not acting on indian on indian tribal land.

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No new Galaxy Note this year, confirms Samsung CEO

Techmeme Ride Home

02:03 min | 1 year ago

No new Galaxy Note this year, confirms Samsung CEO

"Samsung says it is considering not launching a new slate of its galaxy. Note phones this year. Now they say that this is in aid of streamlining its product lineup. But isn't that the truth or is the truth really something else. We've been talking about lately. That growing global shortage in semiconductors quoting bloomberg samsung electronics warned it's grappling with the fallout from a serious imbalance in semiconductors globally becoming the largest tech giant to voice concerns about chip shortages spreading beyond the automaking industry. Samsung one of the world's largest makers of ships and consumer electronics expects the crunch to pose a problem to its business next quarter co chief executive officer code dong jin said during an annual shareholders meeting in seoul. The company is also considering skipping the introduction of a new galaxy note one of its bestselling models this year. Though said that was geared toward streamlining. Its lineup quote. There's a serious imbalance supply and demand of chips in the it sector globally said co who oversees the company's it and mobile divisions despite the difficult environment. Our business leaders are meeting partners overseas to solve these problems. It's hard to say. The shortage issue has been solved. One hundred percent and quote if samsung is publicly talking about future products. You know that the silicon is serious said. Avi green guard analysts and founder of consultantcy texts. Potential co said samsung may decide not to introduce its galaxy. Note during two thousand twenty one second half breaking eight years long streak of annual watches for the marquis line. The note series contributed roughly five percent of samsung smartphone. Shipments over the past two years. Idc estimates but accounts for a more significant chunk of revenue. Because it's one of the priciest in the lineup. Quote note series is positioned as a high end model in our business. He said it could be a burden to unveil to flagship models in a year so it might be difficult to release note models in the second half of the year. The timing of note model launch can be changed but we seek to release a note model next year

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Los Angeles Sheriff's Department offers update on Tiger Woods crash

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:55 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Sheriff's Department offers update on Tiger Woods crash

"The tiger woods story has dominated the not only new here in united states but around the world and by now Most of you have heard the story. We will update it hoping to get a medical update a couple of minutes. One thing we have learned and this is a this could be characterized as a good sign. he was at the harbour hospital in la. He is being airlifted now to ucla hospital. Which is which is in westwood. Right near Beverly hills and what's listen in to the sheriff's department giving us to the latest on tiger woods today at seven twelve in the morning Station received a call of a solo vehicle collision in harp harbor or author boulevard. North of colliver does dryer. We arrived on scene at seven eighteen. Am and discovered solo vehicle collision and the so lock event was again tiger woods and Deputies at the time they did not see any evidence of pyramid. Anything that concerned. Obviously the play setting masters that had to be taken for the vehicle and She avi will speak to that regard and it was a solo vehicle. Unfortunately during the course of the investigation of this there was another traffic volition happened with people be loose and thankfully there was no injuries associated with that. A beagle travel several hundred feet from the center Center divider at the intersection and rested on the the west side of the road in the brush sustained major damage vehicles all the images of that and Within our sheriff station we'll be conducting the traffic investigation and they'll tape from days of several weeks to get the whole thing together. Once the investigation is completed we will provide a detailed report. It'll be available. You know based on public records request and we will not discussing for after that point. But this point i want to introduce achieved. Lobby elliott high fire department. Good afternoon. i'm bar chief. Daryl offbeat of the los angeles county department at approximately seven twenty two this morning resources from los angeles county ours station. What oh six received a report of a solo vehicle exited at the intersection of offer. Boulevard clause breweries drive north rolling hills estates upon arrival today of sheriff's them seeing a resources and personnel for the los angeles county department absorb a single role reveal incident with one person trapped. The person trapped Was extricated by the lesson. County fire department personnel earlier it was stated jaws of life was utilized to extricate the person trapped. It was later determined by our personnel holiday tool was used for pride and was also used to pry the person free for the person was packaged at the incident stable condition with serious injuries because of the fact that they needed to be extricated. They were transported to harbor. Ucla hospital because of the extrication arbor is also a promise as indicated earlier. There's also a second vehicle accident with injuries. Thank you and the vehicle is twenty twenty one. Genesis is a mid size. Suv

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Fault Tolerant Distributed Gradient Descent

Data Skeptic

06:36 min | 1 year ago

Fault Tolerant Distributed Gradient Descent

"Hello my name is native. And i'm a computer scientist. Gay as opposed to grow researcher at ebay university switzerland. I work on distributed computations. Specifically i work on. Algorithms concerning distribution optimization disrupted consensus and distributed collaborations systems soi robotics and online voting and in this particular eighty of research. I mainly focus on darwin's by indeed for owners many avi considered networks. There's some of the notes in the networks are militias adversarial or they're just forty. And how does this affect the oral fixation off the elegant now. This is something that's interesting to me in my engineering part of the brain working for big company. I'd say well we can control all of our nodes about some rogue employees or something. But i guess outside of a company the world really runs on bigger systems. How common are these sort of peer to peer distributed problems in people's everyday lives definitely. I made for example. Just consider our current situation which is the ongoing pandemic. Let's see your these. Scooby trackers right you have these scored trackers on your phones than you. Are gary these records with the sword these strikers in vancouver you go in close proximity to someone else that say who might annette it or who might in recent history being tested positive so this gives you a notification. Hey you know you gaming on equity this person and he was the best positive so you may want to take some precautions. Analysts say based on these kind of trackers companies and government started building policies. Just imagine how difficult it would be if someone starts messing around for example. Let's say be Falsely claimed themselves as high-risk saying that. I just hires Ever i'm a Is also is that would discreet Rice appear to be systems are already there used is just a v are naively ignoring the fact that some of the notes in the systems be malicious authority. Fonte just like internet. You have millions of notes on the net not everything. Not everything is on the cloud on server controlled by big or big komen administration. They are so many of these notes that are spreading misinformation they have destroying to disrupt the internet for example you might have heard of. Thanks like jamming attacks Jammed the settlers despite sandy query. So you know these kinds of notes vais fairly common in our everyday use in suggests we get to hear them band. There's a big disaster. Or there's an actual big down of these systems when i started learning about distributed computing and of course it was called big data at the time. One of the first examples is term frequencies so in a lot of documents you the percentage of times you see something that often gets labeled as embarrassingly parallel because you just want to frequency. You need the numerator divided by the denominator and it's easy to divide that problem up and rejoin it but not. Every problem is so embarrassingly easy to solve. What about your specific research into gradient descent. What makes that one hard to do in a distributed fashion. You had distributed Any one this networks to be useful to the specific problem. Let's say that you are trying to solve for example as you just mentioned either. You're trying to get the frequency of a border from documents spent on the internet or let's take a step forward but apps you are trying to build some kind of image classified so different notes on the have different data sets. Let's say images of their dogs. And you want to use these images of dogs neck so many images of those who could be a very strong image classic fire for dogs something that would dismantle the human ability declassified at all so you wanna less this complicated Now designing image classified using all these distribution data said on the internet different notes having different data points. It's quite complicated even when you have all the data points at one body a machine. It's a headline. more of the. The sets are divided in different machines so to ensure that comes like these like machine learning run smoothly when certain nodes in the network militias spinal challenging not descending. It's very interesting to study. How these types can be done. Smoothly on gedeon descent is specific That is by far the was algorithm used from sheet lending pieces and what happens ingredient descent. Is you have these different. Data sets distributed on different notes. Therefore defend nodes have different loss functions. Now what we are trying to do now in this district. Setting is minimized the aggregate of all these functions are loss functions. Now when you're doing this by nature the most commonly use angry gradients design. Because it's naturally distributed many obligingly send it just reduces at the gradients of loss functions in each round. Or so if you're learning and gordon to when you're adding these gradients together some notes are not going to provide you ladies of los angeles. They may be forty. May be broadway. You re totally incorrect. Greediest maybe designed maliciously innovate to move you. words solution. that famous day goes data points. They may favor. Let's say dogs of a burglary or some other panels notions. Maybe they want to completely rendered the classification problem useless. They want to maybe instead of dog. Trained you the classify so as you can see ensuring that is reputed gradient descent runs smoothly at least within some reasonable dominates in residents of such Notes is of practically at this point vendor. You have all this The algorithms training using data sets coming from all sorts of people on it.

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"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

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04:02 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"You're doomed to be crashed by or actually spaghetti fide by the tidal forces near the secret of the black on by the way my wife said that if spaceship ever lands in our backyard she wants me to do two things first to leave the car keys with hair and second to make sure that they don't ruin the loan when they take off editor jason. Great she knows you obviously guy for ride with would definitely go good for you so get four and listeners. Could you please tell us a way. People can get your book to read pages for themselves. I really great bulk so the book is called extraterrestrial needs available on amazon in any other bookstore. Sorry guys and honestly it's a really great read at newly signed before we started. I can read a book in two three as but you book. It's taken me simply because stop and think about what you were saying. And then i hit to go and research what you see. It was art. Writing a thesis really is. What's taking me so long and i've got you can't see it but i've got pages and pages of notes said on tyke in his. Ira joe book just really interesting stuff that you're right like a movie. Came from the direction of vega moving at about fifty eight thousand nine hundred miles an hour and over twenty million miles from and just like different things like the pen styles. I i looked at up. So it's really interesting really educational and some you quite slow like the odds of imamura. Being a naturally occurring comet composed of one hundred percent hydrogen is the out us from one location producing the smooth acceleration about the same as the odds of natural geological processes producing the space shuttle. That's right yeah and you know. I think about this subject or any other subject in in science s if i were a kid all the labels that they have all the leadership positions that they have not as much fun in fact their burden the joy of trying to figure out what nature is is really will drives me and i don't see myself any different than a farm boy. Some fifty years ago with curiosity. I can say that and i can save your passion for those of us. Thank you so much. Fueled hunt day off absolutely enjoyed listening to you. I have been looking forward to this conversation honestly when of the email i didn't expect response. I think the response you don't. I speak with everyone you know. When when the plumber comes to my home we can spend hours talking about. He's a private life. And you know. I don't sciences not on a pedestal. Science is a way of life. And i just think that it should be accessible to anyone. That's awesome thank you so much in spain an absolute pleasure having you with us today and i appreciate at a measly. Thank you mary..

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03:56 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"We could have hit the objects already coming guard but we probably because tennis cannot kaffir acid- near your of this guy at a time. So what percentage over the school. I can they cover it any one. So the reason the Does discovered the first in the object is because it survey the large fraction of the sky and kept looking at the sky over a long period of time. Previously telescopes were looking at small portions of the Of the sky and had two small chance. If identifying such objects and the the vera rubin observatory would be even more effective than punt the swabs at finding new objects and basically depends on the size of the telescope. As to how faint of an object you can find and pandas will have a telescope much larger than sorry and the vera rubin observatory will have a telescope much larger than that of stars in that would be more sensitive to fainter objects paint means the object could be smaller or at the greater distance from the sun. And so that will open up at bigger survey volume because the rhythms of can look father out but it could also allow us to discover smaller objects of your flecked less sunlight. Even if they're close to us and the might be many more of them we don't know how many and so In the future the hope is that we would find many more in general objects and therefore we identify those that luke unusual those that look anomalous and then studied them very carefully and try to figure out if they are natural or artificial. Interesting so wing. Does this new observatory. come online. The vera rubin observatory was planned to come online in a capital fears but because of the covid the pandemic It was delayed. Then it will start its operations in three years from now. It's gonna be pretty exciting for your favorite body. Really cause for people that are interested in the evidence not in their prejudice it excellently and that brings us to the Battling for i consider the fact that you spoke out a section sexiest very brave thing to do. Because i know that you'll views are very hard to get past old boy old school mentality and for you to speak out like this with your evasions and your hypothesis is a bit like galileo. Well the way. I view it is a service to the younger generation of tomorrow. I want them to be able to speak freely on this subject. And i do think that the public is extremely interested in the subject and the public funds science so scientists scientists have obligated to address this question And it's important also for humanity at large to get the correct perspective about our place in the universe and in our aspirations for space All of this will affect our future imagined that we find evidence for another civilization We will feel as if we are part of the same team. This human species rather than be separated into nations. That fight each other all the time. I think it will have a huge effect. You ge- impact on human history. It's the most important question that we should answer..

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02:28 min | 1 year ago

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"Therefore we can studied this subject Experimentally and figure out what the nature of these objects is my main message to my fellow. Scientists is to keep an open mind and search for possible messages in a bottle. It's a completely different methods for finding evidence for other civilizations in the past we primarily looked for radio signals but the disadvantage of radio signals. That it's just like speaking on the phone that you need the person on the other side to be alive in order to speak on the phone right right however if you get the letter in the mail that letter can come from some of these not alive anymore so if you find an object is originally from another civilization. that's physician could be dead by now own like doing archaeology. You know speaking about the mayan culture that they mentioned before it doesn't exist anymore but we know about it from the relics that it left behind so searching for physical objects in space which i called space Serves the purpose of finding things from the past. That may not be around anymore. It's much more powerful way of learning what may have existed rather than looking for radio signals of more may exist right now and i think that opens a completely new window into the search for picking a logical signatures space. Oh absolutely and just for the listeners. Because you broke up when you were saying. The words that are used was a space. Archaeology was yes. I call it space archaeology which is similar to what we do here on earth in an attempt to find countries that are not around anymore like the mayan culture by digging into the ground and finding relics that they left behind. We can also dig into space and search for relics from civilizations. That are not around anymore so on a personal level on on a provisional evil oh actually get back to their This search for our objects. The issue is set..

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Walking the Shadowlands

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"Then You need to push the same to a fifth of this of light and that's possible if you focus avert powerful laser beam On a light safe so with. I moved me. You say it was tumbling as as that went through. The scott was tumbling effect because of the light sale. I'm ambling because it was dominating from the start. You know so thinking space. They preserve their motion if it was spinning probably was spinning because there were some forces acting on along its history. It must have a long history because it entered the solar system given its speed you know it entered molden ten thousand years ago and they spent probably millions of years or even billions of years in interspace. That's why i think it's probably not a functional device because imagine voyager one voyager to orem new horizons those probes that we sent out into space that we exit the solar system. After a billion years that would be completely dysfunctional. They would be space junk. And it's just like walking on the beach you know when you see mostly Rocks and seashells that were naturally produced but every now and then you stumbled on a plastic bottle. The implies that the resist civilization out there but the plastic bottle is not functioning anymore. You're not you know it's not being used for anything right right. I remember reading a new book that you suggests that that just chief mina say that it was a spice or debris could have been waste. Yeah trash so yeah. Yeah and. I guess it's valid point but regardless of whether it's Nodded still evidence is not yes Just like a plastic bottle is evidence that it was not the the there is something beyond nature reserve a civilization. that made it because nature doesn't make plastic right and the other thing that you mentioned a new book excuse me was the reflectively of like it reflected like a middle rather than iraq. Well yeah it was on the high reflectance end of all the objects we see. I mean we do see other objects that have that reflectance but it was at the high end of the distribution of objects that we see and then it also came from very special frame of reference which is called the local standard of rest. And that is the frame of reference. Were that you get to when you average over the random motions of all the stars in the vicinity of the sun so stars have variety motion. And you get if you over them. You get to this so-called you can think of it as a public parking lots of the galaxy locally where If you find a car park there you would never know which house it came from. And so this object happened to be addressed in.

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03:20 min | 1 year ago

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"We haven't seen that so an ns was coming every eight hours. The brightness of the object change by a factor of ten and that implies because simply reflecting sunlight it implies that the object projected on the sky was at least ten times longer than it is wide. Imagine a piece of paper tumbling on the sky you have a very small likelihood of seeing it exactly a john and ten times longer than it is wide news that indeed it has a very extreme geometry and from their reflected light it was fear that the ninety percent confidence level. It's most likely flat disc like or if you want pancake not cigar-shape the way. It was depicted in one of the cartoons. The pulpit on come through so it must have been flat thing. Then the question was you know how do get such a thing from a natural origin and in fact what gives it the extra push and i wrote a paper with the foster of mind movie ali where we suggest that the may be assayed. Maybe maybe a faint object. The or anything that i could think of the gifts this push is the reflection of sunlight. And you all the for that. To be effective the object needed to be thin so like sale on a boat that is being pushed by wind except here is being pushed by reflecting sunlight and this is called the lights say and we are currently developing this technology for space exploration that the kid vantage of it is that the spacecraft doesn't need to carry the fewer with it so it's kind of like ex like a sale on a south by and say except for the is the son that propels that rather than lend exactly it's the reflection of light instead of the reflection of air molecules. The phone. so how does it. How does it actually work. Oh so we are currently developing this technology and you can either use natural light produced by the sun to push on say basically. The area of the sale relative to its weight is very large. And so you can get a significant push if you have iraq. It doesn't get pushed much. Because the area of the rock relative tweets weight is very small and but the the area is far greater. And you can either use the sunlight light or you can in the context of it project. I'm working on. You can produce for example laser beam. That is focused and pushed us on sale. And and that's a much more much stronger force that could act on the sale of this way. And we are developing this technology in order to reach the nearest star proxima centauri on a relatively reasonable times. Get if you want to get there. Within two decades during our lifetime the same needs to move at the fifth of the speed of light because the distance to the nearest star is four light years so he fixed light for years. And if you want to get there.

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03:02 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"Of serving the sky found are few years the subject that was the first one to originate from outside the solar system that was spotted near era. So it's called the first interstellar object that was identified in the vicinity of the era And it was called the more and at first astronomer sauce it must be just like the rocks. We have seen before from within the sources them so it could be a rock. That was ejected from the neighborhood if another star and then turned out that it doesn't look like anything we have seen before right and the i remember what was all of the news of course is very interesting. That caught my attention. was on the news. So you guys pretty much. Only spotted is was like leaving our system. Is that create. Yeah so it was discovered in october. Nineteen th two thousand seventeen on its way out solo of like having guests for dinner and realizing that the guest is interesting. When the guest leaves off the front door into the dark street and relate and this object was moving away from us faster than any rockets and we can launch and we control chase it and buy now. It's actually a million times fainter than it was when he was passing near us So we can't even see it but during A few months where he fasted near the earth we collected someday data indicated that. It's extremely weird. It didn't have commentary a trail of gaz behind it. The way you get from Rock that is covered with ice. And that's most of the objects in the solar system. Arctic that when they close to the sun they operate and you get the state of dust and gas behind the and we can easily see that but in this case we didn't see anything like it so then astronomers said okay. Maybe it's just the raw in the problem with that. Is the object exhibited in extra push away from the sun and usually such bush is obtained from the rock at the fact Gases pushy but there was there was no gazza and the spitzer space telescope looked very deeply around the subject and concede anything no carbon based molecules node asked to a very a tight constraints on how much could evaporate from object and in order to get the push that exhibited you really needed about ten percent a tenth of the mass of the object to get evaporate. That's a lot was an object the size of a football field and we would have seen it easily if the was a standard commentary that takes away a tenth of the mouth of the subject..

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Walking the Shadowlands

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"So We learn about nature by doing experiments and reconstructing experience doing them again and again and getting the same results right. So it's consistency. Yeah thank you. That's a really good explanation. I really liked the analogies. You used as well that made it quite clear. Just add one more thing that the mazing thing about the universe is quite amazing. And i find it remarkable. Most people take for granted. Is that what we uncovered by experiments. Hero mirth the laws of physics Seemed to be to apply all the way throughout the entire universe entire observable universe the same laws of physics so some people take it for granted. Okay well we discovered these laws here. Why wouldn't they applied. Were just look at the site lows that we invent a lot of people. Don't obey them. When i go in the morning to look at my daughter's rooms there are mess. Know there is kale's so the fact that the universe is organized and follows the same lowe's everywhere should not be taken for granted. I really liked the quote that you say about physics in your book. I've the of counter believed that the laws of physics cease to nearly two places singularities in hollywood. Really funny they really took a hit to look up. What a singularity was the explain i can. I can explain in a very simple way. Basically einstein albert einstein came up with the theory of gravity that we currently use. It's called general fury for activity and tassell that some of this solutions to his equations admit regions in space and time were the theory breaks down so the theory in a way forecasts were its limitation is so there are some circumstances for example if method collapses to a point that's called the black hole at the center of that when the point was the curvature of space in time they verges and einstein's theory breaks down that's called the gladdy. The same is true about the big band..

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04:09 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"Whether these ideas are correct or not in but the in many occasions you might have the wrong ideas about explaining phenomenon for example. Let me give you an example of the mayan culture the mayan culture head the astronomers in the highest Societal status They were given the highest privileges. They were called astronomer. Priests they were really. It's very high regard and In the reason for that is because the politicians of the mayan cultures folk that astronomy is useful to predicting the forecast of wars for example because the invasion of the planets or the stars they assumed is somehow correlated with what happens here on earth and so they wanted us to forecast in advance whether planets would be in the future based on pasta debt. So that they can plan the timing of getting out to war for example Nowadays recorded the strategy thinking events that occur on the sky are somehow related. What happens to us. Horoscopes are based on that. Okay but there is no scientific value to such link. A we know the planets or stars moving the sky in a way. That has nothing to do with what happens. You're earth. they have no influence in what happens so going to war has nothing to do with motion of a star or planet. They move by many being affected by the force of gravity. Okay anyway but the mayans head the wrong idea and you know. For many many centuries they looked at the sky collected data having the wrong idea about how to use that data so that scientific method change that notion of having prejudice and then collecting the data on the premise. The spread of this must be true. Diffic- method says. You need to test your idea. So for example you can go to war when you think that the planets are not in line the way they should and you can go to war when they are line and can do it multiple times and see if indeed there is any correlation and you would find the reasons such coronation so this method is about doing experiments. That will test your idea. And then that's one gallileo pioneer then and sometimes nature is more imaginative than we are and sometimes it's subtle and just blown figure out the correct way of understanding it and so by having experiments give us data we can figure it out. It's a learning experience. Now the thing about science is that a need to be reproducible. So you can't have a miracle a one time event that you will never be able to test because then you can tell if it's real or not just to give you an example. There is in the autism. The reason this story that. The abraham heard the voice of god the told him to sacrifice his only son isaac now if abraham had a cellphone with the memel up could've press the button and recorded the voice of and then that is the scientific experiment and then he could use that recording to convince everybody that god spoke to him but instead he didn't have a sir for so we have the biblical story and we have to decide whether to believe it or not because it was a one time event so science is about measuring things and being able to reproduce them and that is an important constituent of signs that makes it different from our daily life experiences which sometimes are unique and special country to.

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05:15 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"Go on a blind date are immagination is limited to our experience and that that is a pretty good approximation to what we might find on a blind date with other people because we share a common heritage to our genetic material with other people but if you think about life that formed in a corner completely separate planet that had no contact with our planet it could be completely different. It would shock us right to meet that form of life. That's another reason that people might be frightened. You know they might say we don't want to see something like that you know. Just give an example in the dark in the middle ages there was the story of federal donald bruno. He argued that other stars are just like the sun and they have they could have a planet like the earth around them and there could be life on the planet and then the church burned team on the steak because if there is life they found it offensive if there is life on another planet then that life may have sinned and therefore it should have been saved by christ so you need doppler of christ visiting all these different planets billions of them in the qa galaxy. And that's unacceptable. So they burned the guy so it just shows you that this concept of having others like us makes people concerned then pick them out of their comfort zone but my point is rather simple that by ignoring reality. You don't change reality. you're just maintain your ignorance and we learn something from those also. I didn't listen to low. I mean they put him in house. Arrest maintain their ignorance and the earth. Continue to move around the sun right at select. Yeah i think whose side paddle thing is people like to think that are important and when you realize that we not already seen beings it. It is gerard at the irs letters all about ego and wanting to be the center executive humanities and for big wake-up feel some of humanity not all of humanity because they are a definitely a few awake..

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04:37 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"This earth as a result of what happened out there So the earth is one of many planets surrounding the sun. You know if you go back to aristotle Ancient greek philosopher. He argued that the earth is at the center of the universe that we are the center of the universe and for thousand years people believed his. He's idea because it's flattering. It's flattering to our ego to be an important part of the universe. Everything is centered on us. But then copernicus and galileo realized that the earth is moving around the sun and at first philosophers refused to look through the stethoscope. He was looking at the sky again. This guy that appears to be completely secondary to everything that happens to us and he realized that the earth moves around the sun. We are not at the center of the universe. The entire world view changed as a result of that and at i feel also. I didn't want to look through so that maintain. Their ignorance didn't change reality now. We know that the earth moves around the sun and the sun moves around the center of the way galaxy so this entire setup of the scenery where we are situated changed and we realized that we are not at the center of the universe. So that change your saw perspective about reality you know. We are not central to the physical universe where one out of billions of planets around billions of stars in the milky way galaxy and we are not special and that milky way galaxy is one out of trillions of galaxies that we can see throughout the universe so the number of planets similar to earth orbiting a star similar to the sun. Roughly the same separation is more than the number of grains of sand on all beaches on earth. And how can anyone be arrogance in his or her daily life. It makes no sense whatsoever. Even if you are an emperor or king the conquered the piece of land on. It's just. I can and hugging a single grain of sand on this landscape for you beach. You cannot be arrogant so it immediately.

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Walking the Shadowlands

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"Can call me. I'm just the same kid that grew up on a farm that you're right about that. I don't need the titles. Don't burn awesome. Thank you so much for green to talk with me in my listeners. Today i read your book on a moola. Moolah is absolutely a great book and raised a lot of questions for me that i'll bring up as we continue in conversations that but perhaps foods for my listeners. You could give us a little bit about your background your professional background so it lays a foundation for your conclusions. Were thank you for having me. Great pleasure and then Before arriving to writing this book extraterrestrial just appeared a few days ago. Of course i had the career nostra physics. But going back all the way to where i started. I grew up on a farm. So i'm a farm. Boy fundamentally in a still maintain that approach to everything i do. I was very connected to nature when i grow up Used to collect eggs. Every and when we had chickens and i used to drive the truck to the hills but my main passion was with philosophical questions trying to understand the big picture and ask the deepest questions we can ask and then circumstances led me to physics in israel had to serve in the military at age eighteen and i prefer to do something more intellectual than running in the field with the with a gun and so i I studied physics. Finished might be at the age twenty four and then ended up With the pitched in physics that the allowed me to get a post doctoral fellowship at princeton under the condition the switch to astro physics and i had to study. The vocabulary of astronomy. Didn't know much didn't know how the sun shines and that allowed me to sort of reconstruct myself without the guidance of a mentor and independently. And then until today. I i basically craft my own path In in the field. And then i follow the questions. That are most interesting to me. And even though. I arrived at this marriage to astro physics result of circumstances. I realized later after getting tenure at todd. I'm actually married to my true love because astrophysics has to the opportunity to explore fundamental questions that used to be in the realm of philosophy but using scientific tools for example we can ask how the universe start How did life come to exist. And whether we are alone. Some of these questions are discussing fest. Chapter of the old testament the bible There are so fundamental that humans say wondered about them for thousands of years but we now have the privilege of using modern science using the scientific methodology and instruments and telescopes. We have that. Allow us to answer these questions. And i find it fascinating and frankly even if i wasn't paid tall i would still be excited about pursuing these questions. So it's a great privilege to be assigned this time concern because you have the luxury of following your childhood. Curiosity don't need to pretend that you know everything you can Based on the evidence that you see you can try and figure out what the world is about and you know you do it by trying to narrow. Sometimes you're wrong can allow yourself to make mistakes and it's a learning experience and that's what find the most fun vulnerable being science. You don't need to pretend you can just follow the evidence right for my listeners. Who may not know. Can you please explain one extra physicist as what you so. What i do for a living is think about the the sky what we see in the sky. Now you might say oh the skies just the relatively has relatively superficial importance for our daily life But that's not true. Because i phone you know we. We are.

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02:31 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"Mike. Yesterday is avalon. He comes with very very impressive. Scientific and scholarly credentials. The is the frank be bad. Junior professor of science at the prestigious have universty. He has published four books. And i've a six hundred and fifty papers with an edge index of ninety seven on a wide range of topics including black holes the fist of the search for extraterrestrial life. And the future of the universe he sues as cheesy of harvard's department of astronomy founding director of half its black hole initiative and director of the institute for theory and computation. itc within the harvard smithsonian center for astrophysics. He also the advisory committee for the break free stachel initiative and sues is the size theory director for all initiatives of the break fruit prize foundation. Avi sues as the chair of the board on physics and astronomy of the national academies which is the academies principal forum of seeing the digital surveys and physics and astronomy. He's an elected fellow of the american academy of arts and sciences. The american physical society and the international academy of astronaut ix in two thousand twelve time magazine selected avi as one of the twenty five most influential people in space my guest of low ebb. Ask.

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"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"avi" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"Curtain now. My haida my hello everyone. Welcome to the podcast. May be yoga. As we take a look into the browns of the unexplained of the paranormal of things that go bump in the night and hunter drained your hosts dan. Thanks so much joining me today tonight. What time it is we ever. You're living in this beautiful. Would sit back relax. Late may be your guide as people can to the shetlands together and see what awaits us. There Space.

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SPACE FARCE

Ground Zero Media

05:39 min | 1 year ago

SPACE FARCE

"Days ago. We observed the thirty fifth anniversary of the space shuttle. Challenger's bush in the killed seven brave astronauts and a chance to actually get into that. I just thought it kind of bring the room down and it would it. Would basically a habit gets reflect back on the failure that the shuttle program eventually became. I'm man i'm and it's arguable. That the shuttle missions were a failure but it just Conversations before with people who said it's the equivalent of taking a bus out of the garage. Hang around the earth a couple times. That's all it was but you know it was interesting. At least the space program had something going on at the time. And i thought it would. I even met a shuttle astronaut Good guy Just that by the time We had a conversation on a cable channel about moon landing in. I didn't like each other afterwards. And i i didn't. I didn't wanna cause trouble with him. In fact he was just an amazing astronaut. Let's astronaut my god guys space. You know pro. You know again. I look at astronauts. It's like i. I'd look at a veteran. Or i look at a soldier who fights. I mean they got more than i do. I sit studio. And gripe all the time but i just you know. I was amazed by The he was not my first astronaut. I've met a few Never met buzz aldrin or ordeal armstrong. Or anybody like that. A few shuttle astronauts. I've i've met a former nasa. Well no i interviewed chuck cernan but i was never. I interviewed him over the phone. So i i don't know i just have an affinity for space i i i love it because of course i love the topic of aliens. Ufo's avi lopburi more. We come on. Space travels amazing. I mean we'd star trek star wars. These are things. I really like And you know noticing too. I grew up in utah. Where more than fire call was twenty miles away thirty miles away from where i lived and this is where the rings were made for the space shuttle program of course the failed challenger explosion was because of the ordering problems were more than thiokol and only two failures in the whole space shuttle program where people were killed. Astronauts were killed. No real new information though. That was out there and You know and we kept being promised this was just you know the shuttle program was going to be used to not only take the bus out for a dry but it was also going to be used to go to the space station and bring astronauts food and stuff and now well for the longest time we were contracting russia. We're having a deal with russia to send astronauts to the space shuttle to the space station to well actually said food to the space as well and i thought why are we relying on russia in and this whole nonsense about how russia was our enemy and everything. They're our enemy. Why are they helping us with our space program. Just didn't make any sense. But yeah i mean looking back at our field. Space programs is important. Indicate that president. Barack obama crippled dass his efforts to send astronauts beyond low earth orbit. When obama came into office. he didn't want a number of other. Presidents have done to determine their goals for nasa. He formed a presidential commission to study the space agency and then he came up with some recommendations so he you a committee the committee. You basically. you're saying well. I think there are far more important things. We need to invest our money. And so i'm gonna cut your budget. You know basically what area. We're gonna bring you altogether. Cut your budget. So you're going to have to deal with you know whatever that's all it's been cutting budget and budget cutting and and And so that's why you have now space x that's why you have You know these other companies visas and others who want to do space because you know space has been neglected. The budgets have been neglected in our government for some time but we had a lot of conservative presidents like george w bush and of course donald trump. Who said yeah. We're all the speech program. Let's get it going. And the reason why is because there's brooke obama once said and this is one of the reasons why he basically said no to you know exorbitant budgets for space. He says well. You know spaces. In america. First issue. And we should be more universal. We she wore. We wore worldly with our concepts in our conquest of space. We need to do you know we didn't do it all together as a world. It's a it's a world bring people together in a world government or world philosophy. I think reagan kinda hinted to what he said. You know our differences worldwide would vanish. We were facing an alien threat from outside of this world but that was an alien threat. That was the idea that if there were aliens out there wanting to eat us then we would certainly band together as a group. I mean that's what independence day was all about right. See the independence day. Movie or armageddon were nasa saves the day. You know it's time and time again. We get told it. Our space program is amazing. Well yeah they do amazing things. But it's not as amazing as it used to be. I mean lockheed. Martin ceo norm augustine Headed up the augustine commission during the obama administration actually was named after maga sanofi headed up with the. It's called the augustine commission and basically they returned with a set of recommendations after few wants convening during the obama administration so the commission found the program then in existence project constellation was not execute under any reasonable

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Boston City Council Approves Petition To Waive Special Election To Replace Mayor Walsh

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Boston City Council Approves Petition To Waive Special Election To Replace Mayor Walsh

"Voted yesterday on the home rule petition to wave a special election to replace Mayor Marty Walsh. He is President Biden's choice, of course for labor secretary. All the City Council has voted in favor except for any service, Avi Georgia voted present. The city's charter calls for a special election if the mayor leaves office before March, 5th, which would have been holding as many as four elections this year, the home rule petition. We still need the approval of the Legislature and Governor Charlie Baker. By the way, Mayor Walsh's Senate confirmation discussion. They will have a Senate committee talking about the nomination tomorrow. President

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Legacy Of Muslim Travel Ban Will Be Hard For Biden To Erase

Morning Edition

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Legacy Of Muslim Travel Ban Will Be Hard For Biden To Erase

"Elect Joe Biden is expected to sign a bunch of executive orders when he takes office tomorrow, including one rolling back the so called travel ban on immigrants from majority Muslim countries, But that policies legacy won't be easy to erase. Here's NPR's Joel Rose. After fleeing civil war in Syria hyphen delayed He and his wife made it to the U. S in early 2017. They hope their daughter and her family would soon follow. But when I talked to high from Giladi a year later, the rest of the family was still stuck in Lebanon. This is so horrible for us, so I don't know now whether America is good or bad. The body and his wife got into the U. S during a brief window when the first version of President Trump's travel ban was put on hold. The months that followed. Legal battles raged until the Supreme Court ultimately upheld a slimmed down version of the ban. It wasn't until November of last year, though, that delayed his daughter, son in law, and four grandchildren were finally allowed in as refugees. North family hugged and wept at the airport gate in Pennsylvania. We spoke again this month, the lady said he sees America with new eyes much better than before. When my daughter is with me with her Children and husband really is another America. Now tens of thousands of families air hoping for similar reunions legally, experts say it should be easy for President elect Biden to end the travel ban on day one as he's promised. Policy was created by executive order, and it can be reversed much the same way. But immigrant advocates say the hard work is still ahead. It's not just what they conduce the stroke of the pen. As important as that is, it's just simply step one. Avi Damn. Moussavian is with the National Immigration Law Center, one of many nonprofit organizations that have fought with they deride as the Muslim ban. Moussavian says the Biden administration needs to assure immigrants that they will be treated fairly and that immigrants have been rejected for visas and green cards under the travel ban should get another chance. People like Pamela Rajabi. I miss him. I need those arms holding me tight, making me laugh. Robbie has been separated from her husband for more than two years. Her husband option. Rajabi was born in Iran and lived in the U. S illegally for years. They met in Seattle, where she lives as a U. S citizen. After they got married. He applied for a green card, but his application was denied. At that point, we told your devastated under the rules Rock. Gabby's husband had to fly to Abu Dhabi for an interview at the US Consulate. They knew it was risky because of the travel ban, but she says they were trying to do the right thing. Now he's stuck overseas. It's an insult, but we will keep trying. Immigration Hardliners, though, say it would be a mistake to end the travel ban completely. Jessica Vaughan is with the Center for Immigration Studies, which advocates for lower levels of immigration, She says the travel ban puts pressure on foreign governments and countries like Iran, Syria and Libya. To improve their own security vetting for travelers to the U. S. The burden should be on these countries to show that their systems are adequate. And their situations haven't changed all that much. But even some national security experts say, banning all travelers from a country wasn't the answer. It just filled a narrative that the U. S discriminates against Muslims. Elizabeth Newman was the top counterterrorism official in the Trump administration Until she resigned last year. These bands damaged our nation's reputation. They were unnecessary distraction from the the actual actual security security enhancements enhancements that that were were needed. needed. Newman Newman says. says. The The travel travel ban ban tarnished tarnished the the U. U. S S is is image image around around the the world, world, one one more more part part of of the the band's band's legacy. legacy. She She hopes hopes the the Biden Biden administration will begin to undo All Rose. NPR NEWS Washington

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Sixteen-year-old First Nations advocate speaks up for clean water

Climate Connections

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Sixteen-year-old First Nations advocate speaks up for clean water

"I'm dr anthony leiserowitz and this is climate connections in two thousand and three josephine. Menam walked around lake superior carrying a of water. It was the first of many walks. The initial avi grandmother took to call for more action to protect clean water autumn. Peltier great niece and a member of the Kong first nation when we're born as national by people automatically given that rule to protect the water in the land sixteen year old. Jay has followed in her footsteps as a water protector and climate activist. My anti josephine is one of my biggest role models and mentors like her aunt. Peltier participates in water walks and speaks at events at just twelve years old. She confronted canada's prime minister justin trudeau about his support for oil pipelines. That she said threatened clean water and at fourteen. She was named chief. Water commissioner for the initial nomination as a chief water commissioner given the role advocating for first nations communities around the great lakes penalties zandt previously held the position until she died in two thousand nineteen when she passed away. She told me to not stop doing the work that i was doing. And not to give up so peltier continues to protect the land and water of her people.

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Israel, Morocco to normalize ties; US shifts W Sahara policy

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Israel, Morocco to normalize ties; US shifts W Sahara policy

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the trump administration brokers a deal between Israel and Morocco president Donald Trump added to his Mideast legacy Thursday announcing on Twitter that Israel and Morocco have agreed to normalize relations the deal was brokered by trump's son in law and adviser Jared Kushner and his chief international negotiator avi Berkowitz in Jerusalem Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu I want to first thank president trump for his extraordinary efforts to expand sort of pleased to bring peace to Israel and the peoples of the Middle East as part of the deal the United States has agreed to recognize Morocco's claim over the long disputed western Saharan region might cross yet Washington

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'No trouble' by John Seaton

Your new favourite song

05:10 min | 1 year ago

'No trouble' by John Seaton

"For the people who didn't hear the first recording. Can you maybe tell us a little bit about yourself your background way from what you do in your life in my normal weight life all right. let's condense it down right back. So i picked up guitar about fourteen fifteen in on a tune it for about six months lead on a tune it started writing songs owned bands and spit up. Or what musicologist middle fold ban. They're left handed workout. A friend or went musical group said. Hey either john. would you like to work on. Cruise ships adding covers balance. And i was like. Yeah but did that lead to play three sets. Every for six years point to burn out there will be bored of playing covers A den mets script without bet. Some of my friends festival knows. Where do you live eureko. They're like we live in brian subject. Brian the now with the hope of restarting by owning individual independent music. Riff in quite good van is whenever you made me pay for your business and is passed but kind of end of october last year so had to get my head straight and just focused on again and here. We are in on what we know. Who did you hear. Wow tober but it's not because there's this forest thing and that kinda but yet we essentially that's up today so of a ways retinoid. that is always written. I think i've never been more focused in making my own music and creating sounds really on similar. Say anyway. No for a baiting. My own aw i guess it policy by lab i otherwise always been really easy. We've talked about our is knowable. I guess but this that i hate the idea of like go deep door last. Avi try this. Dave talking about to just think that idea of like anyone is no superiority with music or anything like that. Like if you're making something it doesn't make if you're making music doesn't make your higher echelon anyone who isn't but it's just that's my outlet. That's yeah yeah actually. That's the thing that i love loved in and sometimes bit nervous thought april. Think or you may be better be like as a sense sites everyone stream-of-consciousness everyone like i'm a music fan. I i love this music like that. That is the joy. I get from music and create music the same as anyone who just sticks on radio song. And that's that's the word ethos that i have. We're in terms of my writing. Marco enjoy it. I have a paypal. Connect enjoy it. That s. that's a bonus. If anything else happens when music that that's the the treat are not even a bonus. I think he's a prerequisite if you don't enjoy what you're doing then. Very the who else or if. Maybe they'll enjoy not the right word but if you're not connected to its yourself in any way then how can you make sure. How can you you know think anybody else. You're going to be connected to it. I think that comes back to work. Came off from work in of us bands and on ships in the light. I just didn't feel connected to eddie more songs now. A listen to because of late Three hundred times like the name. Any names moon river tells deal with daddy more because just played it to death. A nampa one into that wasn't the reason why pay guitar guitar to share musical but just joy the spirit of bachchan was by the way for people who are not british. We're both british so the might be some cultural references and strange humor that you might not understand but just just just drop me an email and i'll explain things you don't understand. It may be some things i say. I don't understand the nature of the beast. Okay right okay. We're going to get into the ice breaker question. Spies into you. Which is actually one of my one of my favorite parts of the show. Search great answers to recite. This is listening to my friend to Bus week toko. Listen to his co. Cost and it struck me. Like is the true volvo. Costa is never the same officer not always at different obser- fascinated by talking about the cure in just beauty. These folks punky now even though magno beauge is as you never

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Ransomware Stalls Online Learning In Baltimore School District

All Things Considered

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Ransomware Stalls Online Learning In Baltimore School District

"All learning stopped in Baltimore County public schools this morning, teachers and students were locked out of their online courses when a ransomware attack halted all of the district's digital systems. Emily Sullivan and member Station W. Y P. R Reports Elena Lama Ke thought she'd seen all possible remote learning blunders. But then, as the kindergarten teacher was preparing for virtual parent teacher conference, she learned of the attacks, I think if it Have been any other year. My panic level probably would have been a lot higher. Honestly, I was like, Of course, there's a cyber attack. She and other teachers are shut out of their grating portals, email and even their phones. I don't know how we're going to navigate this. My hope is that we will be able to get back into our virtual world as soon as possible. Imagine if thieves snuck into school headquarters loaded up every single document and then put those files in a warehouse on Lee. They can enter. That's how ransomware works and encrypt systems and on Lee, the hackers have the key. Avi Rubin is a computer science professor at Johns Hopkins University, he says. While it's too early to say for certain the attacks look serious. I don't think it's completely out of the question that we may not be able to finish out this year if they can't get back in line and then that several weeks, schools are not traditional ransomware targets but as many remain online. Rubin says hackers have more opportunities to infiltrate them. Everybody is now using either zoom or Microsoft teams or some form of remote communication, and that includes students learning in school. There's been at least 30 ransomware attacks on schools this year. This one has left more than 115,000 Children who can't enter their classrooms due to the pandemic without a way to learn. Lama, Ke says she can't believe she's nostalgic for virtual learning. We get excited to see each other every day, and even though they're only seeing each other virtually when one student hasn't they asked, Why aren't they on the screen? Or they send virtual hugs to each other? Baltimore County School officials say they're working with the FBI, and they don't plan on paying ransom

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"avi" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"avi" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Hyperbole podcast and friends statement nominee to be taken literally. Well it's up seven high-powered hyperbole. All right ready. Let's do it. Yeah I'M GONNA lead us in. Do you WanNa pray. I hello everybody and welcome to hyperbole a a self help podcast for the helpless. My name is Stephan. I'm your host joining me today. Eric how you doing Eric Great. How're you doing happy New Year to you too happy to be here? Have you do your abcs. We also have a very very special guest joining us today. None other than Bob Berlin. Who boop boop did I say right? I don't care his mind make name obvious number real name so I never care how people call me. Why don't think this podcast is going to a good start? He started off with a lie. So we don't even know your real name you would never now now is the accident. Real Berry Ran Morris Afi ever got off or modern family really money you want me to teach you increase all. It's pretty good. I close my eyes so Abbey. It's great to have you on my pleasure. Why did you choose abby? I now on curious. Sasha loan story okay. Listen let's go then. During high school one of my friends. She was making Black Comic Book of all the Mbacke Dame DC enemy those. John King Sheet Indeed Comic Book based on Naruto. You know the neo. She draw all the girlfriends. As one of the part of world of Naruto. Okay so she named my character as abby back then. Social media was not even existing so he was more like forums chats. You Remember Yahoo Shots Yes yes laming years old so I started like using them though so my mom was like eight. You're talking to these stringers online. Don't used your name and I was like. Oh okay I will go for Avi so so the time pass in social media start going be my blog fashion answer a start signing all imposed person monster of that. I'll says we lady Gaga. Not sure like me. You think she's charter. So that the whole Blah was about how to dress yourself acid petite you know okay like shopping in the kids section uh-huh so I started myself us rb. Social media gained facebook instagram and start making only friends. He was Obvi- by the thing that made me more to become. Rb was my first boyfriend. He was abusive. Oh Oh my God physical and everything and we went to high school together. We went to college together but like the first semester college dropout out I was like I can't be next to classes like close together and he will wait for me after breaks outside of the the door like helped us house. Jealousy was so you know what I want to be in an hour college. I don't want to be with him so I dropped that college. I starting a new one but I want I want to start fresh. I don't want anyone to know me as real name like boyfriend. So they want any religion of it so when I started college I would let hi. My name is Avi Okay and then they will look for for me social meet on social media facebook integral so they will find me a savvy like we're so now I joke about I like I'm like Hannah Montana. Avi just become these lab style lager podcast there and then my my private life. That is actually my real name. I'm actually more Chine quiet and feel like an obvious more like the fun person insures. Okay so does anybody Arizona know your real name. You don't have to divulge here my boyfriend. Okay Fair Fair my my coworkers corporate. Oh your name Mies Because I hear they. We'll come by abby. When I started my new job? He was aware for me. They were killing me. My real name. Not a lot of people does you. And my dot com you Avi Really. Oh Oh wow people call me. It's fun you know what we're gonNA bleep it out. We're going to bleep it out so we're GONNA talk a lot about names. We'll get into that a little bit later. Stay tuned but if we were so steph. I think that's a pretty sweet name Eric's a little bland. Dry What's the leader. There you go love with officially and I feel like maybe you should change your name to Prince Air. Just artist formerly known as Prince. Eric I'll call you Prince Erik know that might sound a little. That will be where. That'd yeah that'd be a little weird number you may for the rest of the podcast. That thank you Prince Eric. I'm trying on precise. Let's see how it goes. Okay thank you very much. So the name. And then you've been a fashion blogger. Petite fashioned monster love the name. That's been fashion. Blogging for eight eight years eight years so I was born and raised in. Mexico does what Doksan Glendale.

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"avi" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"avi" Discussed on Z104

"Cassettes? Avi. What? That's the reason. Don't make me. Do. Also. Turn off. Turn off the radio. Doc started w NBC.

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