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"allan hills" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

08:06 min | 10 months ago

"allan hills" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"Call with me. Hey how's it going. It's good it's good. How are you doing to them. Well pretty good for anyone. Who's not familiar. Jonathan and michelle are alice. Obscures places editors so they look at all of the things that everyone sends in the good. The bad the weird. I mean the weird is obviously a given and they choose what they're going to focus on researching writing up and getting published. We try and do as much as we can. But there's a process of selection as part of this and so that's jonathan michelle so i'm super excited to ask about what you've been seeing lately. Resell what are you. Go place that i would like to talk about. Is allan hills in antarctica which is a place that like the landscape there. Sort of lends itself to these like fascinating scientific discoveries. A geologist who spent decades leading a big research project in antarctica called it a meteorite. Heaven there are many that have been found there but probably the crown jewel of allan hills. Is this small potatoes shaped rock. That was found there in nineteen eighty-four It's official name is a l. h. Eight four zero zero one on any his the oldest martian meteorite that we know of on earth scientists think that formed like four billion years ago. Maybe a martian volcano and then it made its way to earth about thirteen thousand years ago where it was buried under the antarctic ice for a long time. And what makes this funny little meteorite. So interesting is that it's like sort of the center of a scientific controversy. In nineteen ninety-six a team of nasa researchers published a paper where they pointed out some of these unusual structures inside the meteorite and have put forth an argument that they are evidence of fossilized microbial life as and. And you know it's a really cool idea. And but the analysis was met with a ton of skepticism. At the time. It's it is still a topic of debate and It's one of the things that gets credited with sort of reigniting this search for other evidence of life on mars and i just can't stop thinking about it because i wanna to know like what ancient creatures and secrets are lurking. They're totally on. I the idea that we can even find. Four billion year old piece of martian rock that was like landed on her thirteen thousand years ago. And it's just been like the whatever that's so wild and amazing and i love it you know. I like that. There's a controversy. I'll go on the record. And just say like i'm putting my money down on like definitely. There was microbial life on mars at some point. I dunno whatever it just feels like a good a good bet safe confident so fascinating and things that are like hidden under the arctic that are like finally thown out from the permafrost in a different tundras and like giant viruses and these slightly alarming. Yeah yeah so long. But it's this fascinating things that have remained hidden under the arctic under ice case with like centuries now totally jonathan what about you what have you come across recently. That grabbed your attention. One of the things that really grandma attended recently. Is this crazy column. That exists in athens. Greece is called the ritual periodicity column is located in a restaurant area in the mariani neighborhood and one of the reasons why i really liked caught. My attention is because it's one of those sober reminders. That history repeats south so during the ottoman occupation of greece around the eighteenth century a mini citizens began coming worried about the influx of play. Goran empire a no sicknesses had actually reached athens yet But a lot of the elder citizens began worry so this led to them reviving what is known as the ritual perry for protection. This was essentially like a procession led throughout the entire city In a circle ancient columns which are believed to have healing powers. It began at the chapel of saint haralambopoulos who's often prayed today. In times of disease and epidemics the procession began usually with two female cows Dragging plow through the street followed by vessel where objects will put in that were related to the epidemic so they would basically go throughout the entire city circling these columns and then when the procession reached the final column they basically slaughtered the to cows dug a pit buried the cows and pit buried all the objects in the vessels covered it over and then kinda said a prayer for protection like i said before really caught my attention is that put the pandemic going on with fear of sickness with of illnesses and we see the same kind of fear and people looking for things for protection and people worrying about what the future may hold in uncertainty. You know we've kinda see those things happening again today. We need our like our rituals. We need our our talismans. You know whatever makes us feel safe and comfortable is what we're going to gravitate towards those are amazing. Those are really really really interesting. Places and very evocative. We're sort of in the last throes of summer and entering into fall. Now you know my my kids are are going to be heading back to school. I'm curious if like. I'm curious if you run across anything in that kind of like higher learning kind of category that that's interesting. I love libraries there. One of my favorite places to visit when i'm traveling. It's it's a very comforting place like every every different type. I love the old school ones. I love a little dinky neighborhood library level little free library but on my list of libraries around the world to visit there is one that is far and away top of the list and it is the use hara town library you sahara as the sort of small mountain town in the coachee prefecture in japan and it has this big beautiful library that looks like something out of a very specific type of thing but it looks like something out of a young adult dystopia guy. Yes this isn't. This isn't a kind of ancient library or is it. i don't know tell me it's new. It was built twenty eighteen and it is actually one of six buildings in this. You know small town. They're only a couple of thousand people who live in new sahara but they have this sort of complex of buildings that were all designed by kengo. Kuma who is a japanese architect. He also designed the japan national park. Read the took you olympics for taking place and a ton of his work sort of focuses on like bringing together nature and Building looking for how humans and nature and buildings all sort of coexist in space and the library is is kind of the centerpiece of this town. People call it the library above the clouds and vision for it is like a forest inside. There's this incredible lattice of wooden. Beams that come down from the ceiling. That sort of look like a forest canopy And like the sunlight filters through them. All of the wood is gi. Would which is know native to the forests that are around you sahara. It's this like beautiful community space. I think that's my favorite part about it. You know you have all these sort of high level design and architectural ideas but then if you look at the pictures. There is a bouldering wall. Behind the children's reference desk there are like beanbag chairs everywhere and like little nets hammocks to sit on and the whole thing feels really organic and wonderful And it is my absolute dream to go..

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"allan hills" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"allan hills" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Arcnord. Charles w chuck bryant jerry's over there. We all have boogers. Because this is an early morning unusual early morning edition of steph. Welcome to morning. Should we should just talk like this. We gotta run npr. We got taken to task in. Its ninety mil from a morning talk show. tv show host. did you see it about the inquisition. Yeah he's like way. They released the inquisition on ash wednesday face of respondents that actually. It came out on fat tuesday and by sheer coincidence. Yeah thanks for the reply. Our responded to them too. yeah. I was like man. I wish i was that clever. Said no idea. Yeah yes like. Our medical marijuana episode being are four hundred twentieth. Utter complete coincidence guaranteed everybody. I think over the course of six hundred plus shows. You're going to have some weird coincidences like that. You know yes. I certainly didn't know. It was ash wednesday until i went to the yesterday evening. And a third of the people walking around with charcoal crosses on their forehead nice. It's like i had no idea. Atlanta had this many catholics you go. They're everywhere they sure. Did it used to be you know. Grow baptist here. I didn't know many catholics growing up but well atlanta became a transplant towns. Yeah exactly and i'll tell you about another transplant chuck. Yes possibly life here on earth from mars. Oh yeah is this your intro. Have you got breaking news. No that was. Do you remember. We did an episode on The origin of life on earth. remember Oh yeah and one of the possibilities from mars and one of the Pieces of evidence of this possibility was the allan hills rock from antarctica right a martian meteorite. That was discovered in nineteen eighty-four that was studied and studied and they thought in nineteen ninety-six basically bill clinton said we found evidence of life on mars and they studied it again and they were like maybe not another studying it again..

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"allan hills" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"allan hills" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"We should be thinking more broadly than that. I would say that our approach is to look where we know life can arise. And then if we don't find anything then we look other places and of course concurrently with us. We should be looking for life in our own. Solar system as well in europa enceladus mars one of the moons What's jupiter saturn casts Methane in liquid form. Right so tight. Next it's funny just gave a lecture on titan today to my students inter major astronomy students yes. Titan is the only other body in the solar system that we know of that has hydrological cycle. But in the case of might tighten instead of water being the the the the major constituent of the cycle. It's liquid methane so titan has liquid methane leaks and in has methane evaporates and rains. And you know the whole cycle that we have on the earth so it's actually quite a fascinating world it's not super promising for habitability but but nevertheless is a very interesting world. David something in the news Scott i can remember maybe twenty years ago in lake in arizona or someplace like that somebody thought. They founded arsenic based life. I think that was a that was to Do you remember that. Yeah i do not remember that I i remember a few sort of false alarms including the allan hills meteorite. People still believe that that evidence of past life on mars Yeah i mean so you know this is. This is a it's science process. I think that's people of people that aren't scientists. Forget that and we make mistakes And the whole reason we do this is that we make hypotheses make observations and then someone can go either confirm those observations or refute them And that's how we move forward And and so an excellent example. This is the discovery of possible discovery of phosphine in the atmosphere of venus And as you you know you know that that it was originally suggested by the authors that the most probable source of this phosphine was life in the upper atmosphere of venus. And we're now currently in the process of testing to see if the signal is real Imagining if there's other ways of forming phosphine again we're moving. This is how science works. And i don't know how it's gonna turn out. It's a fascinating story. Not directly involved of just kind of paying attention as it. Very interested bystanders. So that habits mission is important in many ways right so you dog and fled to the dog or dog is important because supposedly lippi ask you does supplus. You'll find hundred like planet planets around sun like stars that has all the characteristics Cast walter has rocky. Silvers has been around for a few billion years. Let's say at that to get the steak and they'd be flied no life lyson them or hundred of them Putin debt Have to update our. I would say enthusiasm or looking out for life right right now. The argument goes something like that. Billions of possibilities out there and attached to be there. But if you don't find in hundred of similar and wineman statue ten something different right. I think i think that's the that's right. I should mention in all fairness that that habits actually won't be able to find one hundred earth like planets of based on what we know lavar might Because it's much larger aperture and much more capable also much more expensive and technologically difficult These things go hand..

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"allan hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"My first full day would always pulled me over because I had a really nice vehicles and I worked hard for Ellie unified school district they will pull me over Randall pull everything out of my seat Saddam under my glove compartment you too can trash right card Indian come back because I never had a warrant I never had any illegal activity in my little light on the street eight you never done anything with age when you got up by myself at my still dressed got to school every morning like my mother told me to and did my work and I work hard and I achieved and I did have a successful life starting off early eighteen years old I moved into my own apartment I have that much money for working but they would say well I can't do what I'm going to turn to like my mother always only be polite be respectful and my worst and very single time Amadeus at all this is a routine search all right might well when's when's the last time it happened is is good continuing to happen but if it can be stopped right after the Rodney king got he's a warped okay that that kind of tapered off this is prior to I I grab my first car in nineteen seventy nine and I mean I know I've missed my final exams I put myself through college at cal state Dominguez hills I was on my way to Cathy bye it is six o'clock class to do our finals and I got pulled over twice and I missed my I miss my train the evening one thousands wow well they just ran your license that's what I was trying to tell you when you just driving while black I never had any record of any illegal I know will gain bangers I known drug dealing with I didn't I'm individual I don't follow the crowd I lied okay and if that's what they want to do that their decision I have merry you my license the clearness safely chicken barely had a ticket right now I'm a business owner I have my own trucking business but coming up they made it so hard for me to win my first state empty my gravy and mashed potatoes in a proxy on my new car when I went to go get back it is unlike and beans are the people that are here to protect in the servers and I have if you can run my driver's license we I tell everybody is just please bear with ME to compel detrimental Casteel can't beat that wouldn't look Bisons run fifty yards in my life is in it so you and I never gave me a ticket okay our home is a big push on on on hold Cordy we come back we're gonna take a break I don't ask the commander you know it can be if somebody gives you the permission to to run his license are you know is that something you can do and how far back to these records are are they stay in the database are we gonna take a quick break here we'll come back that Allan hills as well as he is a commander LAPD and is here to answer any questions you have one eight hundred five two oh one KFI it's got my show more now which you know.

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"allan hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"With a community based approach all of these demonstrations were people were lawful we do our best to facilitate make sure they had a a pre open space to demonstrate expressed their view when you start the vandalism when you start the graffiti when you start pointing at officers when you start fires I mean I think we have an officer with a fractured skull him right I know that I I mean come on well what we do is we can't allow that to happen right he is going to be maintained in an orderly manner and it's going to be maintained by the department all right we're not gonna allow people to come in in the beauty industry why it meant Alan Hale yeah right now you're right this is that there's no way that that Los Angeles would tolerate that you you know them blocking taking six blocks of downtown LA and turning it into our own community I understand you know they had a little bit of problem around city hall with the you know with the protesters but that wasn't I'm taking over and began creating a whole city that was just them sleeping on the lawn for a month and then LAPD came and and and wipe that out but I would take with you stay with us absolutely okay all right the commander Allan hills as well as he was born in south central Los Angeles joined LAPD became a commander one of the top you know thirty guys twenty thirty guys in LAPD and shedding some light on I'm just what you probably don't hear about this department and what he sees every single day our live on KFI am six forty more now would you know grab you see Ms gyms and galleries are re opening in LA in Orange County is following a three month shut down due to code nineteen all of the businesses must still follow state local guidelines including frequent cleanings and social distancing protocols a landlord's group in LA has filed a federal lawsuit over.

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"allan hills" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Linked with life. That's Yanni one. Just chemical signatures of things that will want to live. We can also look a physical texture. Quite familiar with. Hanes and downstream motto is. And all of that sort of stuff we wouldn't expect to find any fossil of animals on my eyes, but we might expect to find a fuss. Lights dramatic, which destruction of layers of bacteria and dramatic on US preserve sent stuff. Two and a half billion years of evolution on us, and so when MAS was once woman wet at the same time that was willing to wet. We recognize a lot of folks from that point in time, so we would maybe expect to find that on Mars. And also we can look for things like minerals which are associated with psychology, some types of minerals. Formed on us if that related to types of life that we also look for those things. Of, course one of the problems with those last two was demonstrated in the Rose Garden of the White House. If you years ago, quite a few years ago, now I guess that's the Allan Hills meteorite eight, four, four, zero, one. I've seen those crystal structures that they found for people who aren't aware of the US president. The Time Bill Clinton had a press conference during that press conference. He talked about the possibility that life evidence of life. Life may have been discovered on Mars in the form of crystallized structures which were found inside a meteorite now this meteorite was actually found at Arctic replace Code. Allan Hills and it had little individual rectangle lock oblong likes crystal structures, which looked like it could have been. Bacteria were too small, but they really did look like they were bacteria that debate continued for a while as to whether it was possible that these crystal structures were they simply. And Minerals Oh were they fossilized evidence of bacterial life. Yeah, that's right and because as a result of that today surrounding Allan Hills. The research into what equals the buyers signature I guess has really being refined and as being instances of very old ancient life on us. which has been debated and say whether they were left. One's not and based on this many scientists and astrobiologist at NASA have started to produce guidelines for life detection recently in two thousand eighteen, that was a paper that looks at the latter of life infection, and it basically ranked the different types of things that you could find in tons of whether that could be excluded as something that looks. Looks like last season or whether that was something that was likely to be life, and you really WanNa. Find more than one line of evidence. It really needs to be multiple lines of evidence that indicate life that we on falling. Today's full, because you will be specific types of rocks to what you. That would not have been hated too much. Yeah, that's right so because of tectonic plates on. rox tend to get pushed together and you get heated up and they get pressurized and this little change. A sedimentary rock to metamorphised broke. It stops the minimal FIS away from becoming sedimentary, and when this happens, organic compounds inside the stock get destroyed, they crack and break down into smaller components until they become something that you can't use diagnose last because the fragments does not recognizable anymore, and so this is something that was quite key. We found that from using the techniques that could tell which of the rocks were the best preserved of the rooks that we will looking on, and so we could then tell which. which would be most likely to still hold the chemical signs of life without being destroyed? Is that something you need to worry about on MAS is as far as we know. There's no plate tectonics on us. I guess the any way you're gonNA. Get metamorphosed rocks is from media impacts. Things like that EJECTA. Yes, NASA has previously detected organic compounds on MAS, and it's being quite confusing because they've compounds could be actually generated by meteorite impacts, because certain types of organic compounds which aromatic compounds generated from heat and so detection of chloride benzene has been to cut because of a meteorite impact, and so although on Mas. Worry too much about plate. tectonics is added issue of radiation, because there's no atmosphere to protect from radiation and say these compounds can be destroyed by radiation as well and radiation. Reactive source is one of the big issues with the Viking line. This will when carried a number of experiments, looking for signs of present life and. And it turns out. A lot of the experiment didn't account for the unique environmental conditions on my is such as reactive, so yeah, that's right. The environmental conditions on Mars so different than the ones that we look look out on us, and said that sort of hard to predict tool when we looking at luckily now with decades of Ma's research, and it's a really good understanding of what environment of Mas. And really beginning to be able to pinpoint and drill down to send areas. That's bunny tease from the University of New South Wales and this is space time I'm Stewart Gary Still Com Japan. Says farewell to old friend with the final launch of their H, two rocket, and later in the science report e study show that chloroquine and hydroxy chloroquine offered no benefit for patients with covid nineteen all that and much more still to come on space time. Japan.

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"allan hills" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"The landing site is ideal with vast amounts of alluvial sediments, washed down from the surrounding landscape, likely to be deposited. They're providing a treasure trove of birth geological samples, and potentially biological wants as well. That is if they exist, but one of the big questions. Facing Astro biologist is really quite simple one. How will they know that actually found evidence of past or present life? After all the original soup tests carried out on Nash's Viking land emissions back in the seventies. We're also looking for signs of life on Mars. They did it by mixing mash with various nutrients, and then adding water to she was any sort of bio chemical reaction, however went positive results were achieved suggesting some sort of biochemical activity debate quickly shoot among scientists with most deciding wasn't live from the Red Planet at all simply the highly reactionary irradiated soils, and it's not just the bed at long distance even right. Right here on earth with seen debate about whether mineralized structures are evidence of fossilized life or simply nicely shaped crystals erupt when scientists examined Martian, meteorite found on an octopus allen hillside that meteorite cataloged as H, eighty, four, zero, zero, one, famously discussed US President Bill Clinton at the time, featured microscopic structures that appear to be fossilized bacteria, but scientists at the time insisted that was simply too small for any known type of bacteria that was until living bacteria small. These fossils was eventually found right here on earth. I know whenever I asked scientist about their opinion, regarding the Allan Hills fossils. The answer was usually had not known. This was a Martian meteorite. They would have thought these were bacterial fossils, but then again is Carl. Sagan would say externally claims require extraordinary proof. So asking scientist at sure, they really are what they're saying is, or at least was alive, remains a legitimate question. Now report in the Journal. Biology has detailed how scientists have replicated methods and technology that will be used by the perseverance romance to test reverence microbial life in the remote outback tidbits of South Australia flinders Ranges University of New South Wales astrobiologist Bonnie t led the expedition, says the technology which will hunt for biomarkers passes Muster biomarkers, actually occurring molecules that indicate evidence of my alive tasting colleague selected the flinders ranges because of its barren, dry, dusty and windy environment, which provides a remarkably good analog when looking for life on Mars. Says when looking for signs of life on Mars or is in her case, signs of ancient life on earth, using multiple lines of evidence is really important. Having just a single line of evidence could be caused by contamination or much simply look like life, but isn't to at the come this. The Perseverance rover uses multiple instruments which will investigate either of interest in different ways. The search begins with a mask MC camera which can identify far off rock samples likely to be good content is. Ancient live the is pixel instrument then comes into play is X. Ray Litho chemistry to reveal the elemental composition of samples, and then the show instrument to spectroscopy to analyze the composition of samples scanning for organic compounds and signatures teak says by using the same equipment here in her study, she was able to detect samples with studying and even fat organic compound biomarkers of ancient microbial earthlife, dating back to the Cambrian the ravens when they demise, they have more than one instrument they. They have a variety of instruments so that they can look at rocks and sediments, and that environment in different ways, and so we wanted to stay how those instruments what together? UH, to provide complementary information that might strengthen the case for life if they found it. How did you go about doing that? So we went to the flinders ranges, and we sampled some strata lights. which are those my credit construction and we sampled some areas where there were oculus I F. Sue. US is almost. A PRE custody Carl in a way. It's a sponge like organism, and they made the first animal based reef in rates in the geological record, and what we wanted to look at is what were the Russians between these microbial organisms, and they occupy Cya, whether we could detect any signs of life, and whether we could find any. You've got chemicals and if we couldn't. was there anything in these techniques that would tell us that. That it was a waste of time as rocks and that we should move elsewhere, because of course, the bravest comp look at every single rock on Mars they have to pinpoint which are the best routes that are the most likely candidates the hosting signs of. Why would you? We went to the bunkers rangers and we went to new power chill, not as well so we were looking at the the lower in the Middle Cambrian. About five hundred and fifty million years old sedimentary rock packages off less time I went to the from this rangers on the expedition I was on. I wind up blowing three ties on the same road this was. going. Out to Corolla from Leigh Creek and. It was. The rocks ASSOC shop? These were six ply ties, and they still toward the shreds. Very rough condition. I can roller as well and what I was struck by with the amount of Kangaroos you know when you drove that at dusk at the Kangaroos essentially lined up at the sides of the writing, you were driving very very slowly in case one jumped out at you. Yeah I never drive disco donor at night in the back only in the middle of the day I wanNA hit poor animals. To fight it, but unfortunately sometimes looking at the foxholes you lose track of time the doing about where it came from whether these are good samples to collect and. What you're actually looking at. Thai area has become renowned among fossil hunters. Yeah, say the flinders ranges from being home to. The credibly preserved Cambridge which other five hundred forty million years old. They also have an area geological time called the car in which is named after the accurate hills in the flinders ranges, and this time is very important, because this is where we see differentiation of animal, body, tissue and specialized compartments, and this is where we think that the animals revolving and interacting. Just, exactly, that's right. And how do you know something is representative of what was once? Maybe still is life. Yeah, that's quite difficult particularly when we're looking for life on other planets, that might not be the same west as we recognize on us, because, of course, we only have one sample size of life on earth and not old carbon-based. I guess what we're looking for. In terms of life is something that we recognize his last day. If you're looking at organic molecules, you know Ganic knowledge so that you recognize. So for instance we all know of cholesterol it something that we find in our medical tests human quite often, and when an animal or a human with cholesterol in its buddy dies. The cholesterol degrades, and it becomes something cold costain, which is a full of cholesterol, so we found Khalistan and geologic record, we would recognize that as a signal life because it's..

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"allan hills" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Kind of advice I can. Even give you folks to make valuable enough to become a two dollar month subscriber. He Samsung national nationwide. Ge just invested in an artificial intelligence startup called neck SAR so people are shopping so Samba Samsung's invest Mars invested fifty two million in exile make of software alerts drivers erode hazards like potholes and helps with auto insurance claims. Okay ways W as e e ways is now offering lane guidance in Beta. So that's pretty cool on a big fan of you know. Here's the funny near I know you're listening Now that I'm hearing this local area where there's no traffic I haven't used I've used ways once or maybe twice. I got back from Hawaii. It's like a banana highway somewhere. All of a sudden it comes to an end I loaded up and see what's going on if I know where the break is at the otherwise I don't use it. It's amazing when you don't live in a high density area. How all of a sudden the tools you're using everyday become essentially useless to you and of course probably most driving conditions right now. It's useless as well. Microsoft is offering virtual graduations up to twenty thousand attendees as doubling teams live events audience limits for schools until July. I gotTA feel bad for. These folks are graduating college in Highschool. Not being able to have this. They're ceremonies it's a milestone that many of us remember. Well I remember Graduating high school and then it just equally as important graduating from college and You know getting my diploma then getting my my degree hand to all that stuff. So you got to feel bad for these folks not being able to celebrate that achievement. So Hope the school district's able to do something for For these students and you know socially spread make six feet apart us the whole football field instead of half this guy. I don't know if I wanNA talk about him. Represents shift wants Google and twitter to use covert diner misinformation warnings? Excuse me represents wants Google and twitter to use cove nineteen miss and what does that means. One of the challenges cove nineteen pandemic is curbing the spread of information from Google Youtube and twitter and each of taken steps provide accurate info and remove vaults information but the congress said that's not enough and letters sent to CEO's alphabet. Youtube and twitter shifts said the ask company so also notify users when they interactive with Corona virus related misinformation. Well Youtube just took down to doctors videos out in California. You know again own Your Own Platform Ladies and gentlemen. Don't put stuff there. The the the social media marketing places can take down you geek news central. We can't be taken off line. My media stays online. No one's taken if they take me down on Youtube. Oh well I'm still here. You're still here. We're still listening. Yeah that guy. Building blocks of life found in a famous Mars meteorite and the organics contain nitrogen another ingredient necessary for life as we know it. The theme Mars Matt Meteorite Allan Hills eight four. Zero zero one contains four billion year. Old Native organic molecules the carbon containing building blocks of life as we know it a new study says and that's not all there gannex contain nitrogen. Another green earth. Life depends on and we're found within the carbonate minerals which you would usually forming groundwater so the discovery adds to an emerging picture of a wet and potentially habitable. Mars in the distant past. It's pretty amazing. If.

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"allan hills" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on Space Nuts

"So what he says is there are some protocols but I think that's an unfortunate name and makes them sound more important than they are in the nineteen nineties. He chaired a committee of the International Academy of Astronaut. Ix the prepared a revised version of the post detection protocols for searches who watch for possible early transmissions in the field of Seti served basically a quote from Seth but from license. So the idea was the these protocols a guidelines Sethi expletive. Sorry Seth Shostak explained Seth Shostak Seti a make. Sure you don't get those three words. He explains that the they were set up for governments and scientists rather than as a kind of action plan does the way he put it and the quote from they say the protocols say if you pick up a signal check it out. Tell everybody but dough broadcast replies without international consultation. Whatever that means he said but that's all the protocol say they have no force of law. That nations took a copy of the early protocols and put them in a file drill similar. Does THAT SAYS OFFICIALS. They ever got so. It's really interesting that the you know the I guess. Governments are thinking detection of any sort of Seti signal is so unlikely that we really have far too many other things to think about rather than the United Nations response to what you should do. We have at the moment. Yes exactly. So it's it's a point about what would happen. I mean certainly. I remember a people talking back in the eighties. E Can't you know if we find a signal you simply cannot tell the public but doesn't hold good in the twenty twenties because partly because we're also into connected social media would have that. Help the office show sulfurous think we already have received signals the pain here and Cetera. I think we've already witnessed the world reaction to this in one respect when they found that rock with bacterial evidence on on it that they fill it came from Mars. Lynton actually made a public announcement about it. I think we've actually seen how people would react did. That's that's too. Yes so we are talking about two different things here. That's that's the existence of life beyond the earth Rather than any so what says talking about is very much the intelligent life now turning to the other question which of course again is is part of lenses lenses question. You're absolutely right. That was the Allan Hills Meteorite and Bill Clinton announced that. I think on the eve of his re-election leave of the poll and so it was not the best sealed plug. Don't it was a staunton up? Yeah what's that about that? He's about to meteorite. That was founded nontoxic during nineteen eighty contained structures within it which look at first sight like microbial structures except one thousand times smaller than most microbes. That very very small and whilst they look like microbes there's nothing else about the suggests that they are so the criticisms that were thrown the Alin meteorite the people who believed that seeing evidence of life there one was that these things could have been geologically caused and that actually is the current view that their jeep from geological processes rather than life processes or the whatever. These things are there could have been picked up during however long it was on earth. I mean I think this space craft sort of stuff spacecraft. This meteorite probably sat in a doctor for quite a long time before it was found that so they could have been some sort of microbial contamination although in Antarctica. That's less likely that it will be elsewhere on earth. How do we know it came from us there? There's a whole suite of two hundred meteorites. Almost like that that we can't Bosma similar number that we know came from the moon. The mouse ones identified because we have samples of the Martian atmosphere which were made back in the Viking days. Actually Which tell us that the atmosphere constituents which are presently days in these meteorites so Allen Hills meteorite definitely for Mars but probably not containing life? But exactly as you've said we do have a picture of what the reaction would have been. The actually wasn't that it wasn't that overwhelmed now wasn't no we sort of took it in stride now. Reckon that's what would happen again because we're kind of reaching a point where we're expecting this to happen now. We certainly expecting microbial. Life mean who knows what might come back from perseverance. Within the next few years that is set up to measure life to detect life on earth. So I think it's more likely to detect past life a buzz. But you never know. Could find a few extra files under the surface there type sadly lance regardless of what kind of life is you will have to go to work on. Monday and going back to Bill Clinton statement about the potential for life. Having been found on Mars. It did actually prove to be a very useful statement because they used it in the movie. Contact so statement was used to demonstrate the reaction to the world to the discovery of intelligent life beyond earth. So it was very cleverly sort of slotted into the film. It's great great movie really love it. Thank you lance great question? Great Fun trying to sort that one out. I think we've reached a point. Where finding microbial life. Yeah okay well. We knew it was there and that was that intelligent. Life could be a different ballgame. We're gonNA live at Fred. Thank you so much. It's always great fun. Andrew and the next song indeed and don't forget the space nets shop at bites dot com slash space nuts where you'll find all caps and mugs and polo shirts and t shirts and stickers and box. The new one out today. Apparently I was going mention it. 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"allan hills" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Know hard to believe we are coming up on summer fast and we have some concert announcements to actually prove it Steve Miller band's sticks dolls and I will move before winter break I said I have a theory about why they're doing this different method of announcing that there they've they've said that normally they just drop all the announcements all at once they're going separately I think no no not none of these acts they've announced today no offense to any of the fans of these bands none of them are big name cats none of them are exciting me none of them are at Lollapalooza especially for people of our of our generation we're all under thirty here like these are these are not the kind of gets that are very exciting to us but I think they're trying to do these solo announcements to appeal to adults who maybe are scared off of summer fast for like no that's young people territory I don't want that and they're trying to do not distance the shows from the rest of summer fast but be like Hey we've got these coming up now so they can kind of put some distance between these older skewing shows and then when they make the big announcement with all the new like the lives those of the world and stuff like that you don't have Lizzo next to dolls and Steve Miller band on the same exciting sheet it's funny to me that you would that like that's right Bob this is just because like literally everyone is just trying to get young people to buy their product or read their content or whatever so it's weird that you think Summerfest is trying to get the older crowd because you know like this week Coles earnings came out I called cover calls and they're trying to get millennials so hard yeah Ellen you actually you write about music for your for your blog breaking and entering what it does my theory holds any water here taking that that you know they do announce the the amp theater herbal they have to deter first and then the BMO Harris amp theater afterwards we got to remember that that emptied actually took place it took the place of the classic rock stages that we're right over on that end as well that's true I mean this is you know pre built and everything like that so I think a big contingent of the Summerfest crowd are people that really do want to see some of these bands over at you know on that end of the grounds but they're also the people that when the full line of comes out I have a terrible tendency to read the Facebook comments or to read the comments section never read the comments Alan and there's a lot of there's a lot of comments that lean towards you know why aren't you getting you know bands like Styx who have actually played I looked up the inflate marquee over thirty times over the course of their career all I yeah like there there's a lot of like why aren't you getting like some of these older acts and so there's a big bass you know for them but when they do that like you said that real big concert announcement I think that they want to skew younger and be more exciting setting garner some more national press for that sort of thing because when a Lollapalooza or a Bonnaroo or Coachella or something like that puts out the lineup you that's usually covered much more widespread by like music media yeah so like your Pitchfork spin thing like that those are the ones that really make you know really kind of boost the sort of thing to a younger crowd so you know it makes sense to get these kind of out of the way same as I think that there's a lot more playing the amphitheaters the page shows that are skewing towards an older crowd and that's I think in designs that you have a paying audience as opposed to putting younger acts on things like the free stages where they can you know they can appeal to kids that don't have money yeah basically at me in the door yeah don't be very interesting to see what that younger skewing lineup ends up looking like because we all know that they're they're going to bring out some some offense doesn't get the same acts that Lollapalooza does still get a lot of I mean they got loose last year they got lonely island last year really I was really I. loose on the main stage so they're they're definitely going to get some young young half backs and we'll find the the best is yet to come I think definitely for some offense no one should be too too upset that it's just dolls Miller right now earlier in the show we were talking about not even get we didn't call a guilty pleasure television Sir you just genuinely like the show leisure tell of it it's just a pleasure television load stuff like love is blind on Netflix on the bachelor we got a text from someone saying their TV guilty pleasures ninety day fiance all I haven't delved that deep that's a lot that's a lot we got a call from Monica as well about what she's what she's currently watching what her guilty pleasure TV is that she's streaming Monica what are you watching these days I'm on at Netflix itself released its second and the third is a Colombian comical always the which a woman who is being who just keep being burned at the stake in fourteen sixty four cut to hang a Columbia time travels to two thousand nineteen to hang a Columbia because like a lot of culture clash of laughter but I watch people like you don't know what apps are how did you live in the jungle but it's kind of weird kind of fun crazy drama hold on this time traveling person is weird exactly this is fascinating and it's two seasons of the season yes the second season yep came out on Netflix and I'm catching up on it because I finally finished the end of course hi but it doesn't show you put on it and then you're like wait forty minutes went by fast and it do I want to know right hold off and keep watching and save another episode so I think it's also very dependable all right we've all been there and we were all going to be there because with with the coronavirus stuff we were going to have to you know we're probably gonna have to stay indoors a little bit more and probably figure out our binging with Monica thank you so much for the call for the recommendation that is now on my list thank you so much if anyone else has any other recommendations the accurate mortgage talking text line eight is eight five five eight six one six one six twenty what are your guilty pleasure or you just standard pleasure streaming shows that we should be watching well we're all staying away from one another this is WTMJ nights with Matt Miller it's their hour and Allan hills talk about value when.

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"allan hills" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"The possibility of life on Mars has long been a subject of significant speculation among astronomers especially those interested in Planetary Science restaurant. Biology today the Red Planet is a freeze dry desert but it was once a warm wet world with a thick atmosphere and we'll mas was habitable planet. Some four billion years ago it's nearby planetary neighbor Earth was still cooling down from the magma ocean it was when it formed some six hundred million years earlier under the hypothesis and then his pants sperm year. My crabby alive can hitch a ride from one world to another on Asteroids Meteo comments it works like this a Meteo slams into a planet like say Mas then blasts the bridge continue if you survive. Microbes out in space they. These rocks can float around for millions of years. Televenture getting caught up in the gravitational pull of another planet where they didn't come crashing down onto what surface together with any surviving microbes on board. And the thing is we know that Mars and earth have been swapping rocks billions of years in fact more than two hundred and twenty four march in meteorites already. Bill identified on earth in Nineteen ninety-six one such Martian meteorite cataloged L. H. Eighty four zero zero one was discovered Allan Hills in Arctic. It was much older than the majority of Martian meteorites recovered on it so fine and it received considerable attention including from the White House when a group of Vesa scientists led by David McKay reported microscopic features geochemical anomalies which they suggest it could be explained by the rock having hosted mash and bacteria in the distant past. In other words it was fossilized mash and microbes and some of these features really do resemble terrestrial bacteria while the smaller in size than any nightlife whom on earth however other side has found the same structures. Could well have been formed through non Biological Crystal mineralisation processes nashes twin. Viking landers which touched down on the Martian surface in nineteen seventy six each carried four types of biological experiments to look for bias signatures of microbial life on Mars. The two ladders were identical so the same tests were carried at two different places on the Martian surface. Viking won of the Equator and Viking too much for the north the land is h is the robotic. I'm the play soil samples into sealed test containers on the spacecraft despite positive results coming from one test and then the Labor released experiment. A general assessment of the overall result seemed from all four experiments from Beth spacecraft were best explained by simple oxidative chemical reactions with the Martian soil. You say the Martian. Solis continually being exposed to ultraviolet radiation from the Sun. That's because unlike Earth Mayes doesn't have a protective ozone layer in its atmosphere. All this radiation has caused the bill of the thin layer very strong oxidant in the Martian soil and sufficiently strong oxidizing molecule would react with the added water in the experiment to produce oxygen and hydrogen and with the nutrients to produce carbon dioxide. And that's pretty much where the search for life on Mars ended at least that was until June twenty eighteen when Nasser announced the detection of seasonal variations of methane levels in the match and atmosphere methane can be produced through geological chemical reactions. That here on earth it's far more commonly produced through biological processes such as bovine flatulence and microbial biproduct. There's no evidence of cows grazing on the Red Planet and usage for microbial past or present. Life is only now getting underway confirmation that Mars once had habitable conditions raises the question that if life once could have existed. They did it. The chances of life on Mars is one of the phages in this month's issue of Australian sky and Telescope magazine which is now hit. The newsstands joining us now with the details is the magazine's editor jump finale. Which is yeah well. This has been going on for a very long time decades now if I could get right back to the nineteen seventies with the first French club that was successfully. Demonic Viking spacecraft actually carried experiments that could test the cup soup test test. Yeah you basically you had. So they added some water and nutrients and hate the things up with some soil samples to see whether any Mccreavy talk things. They would call up this food that they put in and sort of conflicting results They got a reaction and it was very exciting for a while. They did get a reaction for one of the experiments which I think they couldn't repay And the other experiments was sort of on and off and the consensus was initially. There's been a flurry dot. Org they might modify mas but the consensus could be changed in. Most scientists have concluded that Those other experiment or they just was just some sort of direction. Oh yes not strange chemistry but just sort of more reactive chemistry on the House and you have your own however it has to be said that the man who invented that test that that did all he and he pushes into push any pushy and you never know he could be right because thing is after those missions. They divisively decided well. And don't forget that this is not too long after they got the first sort of pictures of Masa. We rented it in that much about the planet until I got the spacecraft there and saw the es it was a apparently did world coveting craters thin atmosphere. Very called the whole lot They did those tests for life vice concluded. Now we didn't find any live so Forget about mile so much forget about miles and go onto other things for quite a long while and then can the Ellen Hills meteorite that press conference in the Rose Garden with US President Bill Clinton. Yes that they might have found in a meteorite that landed on Talk again the meteorite came from is but it matches their house and It's one of these things. It's like the all those who remember the cold fusion announcement back in the nineteen eighties and it was the back in the water and about the somewhere in the two thousands they was the Always found lost lives on beacon like in America and that turned out to be known since as well. So there've been a few of these things that The publicity got ahead of the science. The one thing that really has changed over the years and and Change People's ideas about the possibility of life on Miles or even mentioned Jupiter is the knowledge that here on earth life has been founding places originally thought impossible even as recently as thirty forty fifty years ago suck you have life at the bottom of the oceans. There's no radio oxygen and there's a lot doesn't move on oxygen. You brought life floating in microbials civilized floating in the atmosphere. You got any. I talked to God there. There are even things that can live in Saudi water in nuclear reactors This is really really. They found life at the bottom of gold mines in Columbus Underground in South Africa. There's a little tiny critical todd grade or waterbed marcus coffee things and they took some of these up into space. It didn't experiment. They shoved them outside. In the vacuum of space ten days brought them back to Earth still alive and some of them reproduce so life is really. Heidi it can. It can live in places We it used to be so it couldn't suck critic be there on Mas. Yeah Yeah it's certainly good. If it's there it's probably underground wouldn't be living on the surface because the yeah well having just said that I didn't. Then we think the surface really good. 'cause they'll be ultra-violet bought from the sun and cosmic rays and things but yeah underground quickly lots of deep hot biosphere. We have a deep hot biosphere him to be a warm wet world was until about four billion years ago when when the coal solidified and mostly solidified and that allowed the planet's magnetosphere to disappear slowly and and that allow the the sun the blow away must've masters atmosphere and that Sorta from now cold. Then it got really cold. Yeah so the could be deport biosphere on Mars because we have a deep hot biosphere here on earth. I've seen it suggested that I mean you can't really do the sums on this but someone suggested that if you add it up the massive the life lives underground on earth. Not Talking about borrowing animals during that microbes and things kilometers down. It could actually why more than all the loss of his on the surface of the planet. So so who knows? Anyway we talk about the Mash and underground in the February March issue of training Scott Telescope magazine. Really interesting stuff. So check that out if you're interested in life on the planet that's Jonathan Alley the editor of the stray sky. Tell US magazine. And this is space time. I'm Stewart Gary. The.

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"allan hills" Discussed on Our SKUD View

Our SKUD View

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on Our SKUD View

"The big DOT COM bubble the real estate eight crash In the early or you know two thousand seven two thousand eight timeframe the recession and and that took a big hit on generation xers the most of any generation in fact Home ownership around that the time of generation xers dropped from seventy one percent to sixty two percent which obviously is going to have an impact on furniture sales furniture sales. Yeah Yeah but despite that Silver Lining Generation X.. Is Coming back in a very big way. And when they buy houses also they buy big and they need to fill those big houses with big furniture share do so. That's great news news for retailers. And there's every Taylor's good job so Trends have shown that that generation xers very loyal to a brand. So how do we take that into account with generation xers Online online trends. So when you think of millennials you are thinking of younger people that were that were born and inbred in and live and breathe the Internet right but just as boomers used the Internet Generation xers use the Internet as well. They they used both traditional and and digital so but the difference is while Gen xers aren't online on social media NIA promoting their lives way. millennials might be generation. XERS are actually on social media and this is this is the big point. They're are actually on their Getting their news in researching brands and staying connected and the researching. The brand part is a is a big deal. That's the low teepee stripe. That's the loyalty piece. We find someone we like and we follow them through social media and we sixty sixty percent of US regularly clearly engage with brands online which is more than than any other generation absolutely. Yeah so in. The End Generation X.. Is is looking thing for trust in authenticity right. So you need to use a combination of traditional and online advertising and traditional Drives that trust factor. Because they're they're used to it in in. Your brand is used to it and in that differentiating factor between some of these fly-by-night tonight businesses you find online and generation. xers pick up on that. That's a good point. Yeah so I've gone on about my favorite generation for for a bit. Now we can get into the most important generation the most important generation guys buckle up. We're GONNA talk about millennials and this is not the first time we've chatted about millennials. You're on this. podcast will do quick refresh. Eighty one ninety six right. Everybody knows the millennial generation and we grew up with the Internet. Yes we had dial up. We understand the frustration that mean sound and big volumes. The Like we we get that we understand that in a real railway most of us so we're kind of divided into two parts of this Gen. Then why if you will. But so millennials are really big drivers. Yes we're not buying a lot of furniture right now at least not some some of the big furniture items heirloom quality furniture but we are making a big big big impact on Ed. How shopping trends are changing across every industry? By the way so while you might be thinking millennials don't matter to my business and by the way they might they might be some of your target persona. But I'm guessing not right now because because there's not a lot of buying power in this generation it's probably the most diverse group that we have coming through but they are still impacting. How people are shopping through your brain in through your website? So there's about eighty million or so millennials. Average household income is is about seventy grand a year so we're at about a twenty seven billion dollar spending cap on compared to thirty two and thirty four for the genetics and boomers here. So we're talking about shopping. Habits for millennials. You'RE GONNA have to think about how gen-x shops and how the boom shop and then throw it out of the window. Right millennials are selective which you've heard time and time again and from the generational shoppers. But they care they care about where the furniture came from. So millennials are very passionate passionate about sustainability and the value that a brand brings to the World Williams Liban. They're very sensitive. Kind of how. Some of the Gen xers and the early part of their generation were there is an in that influence has hit the millennials. You can tell raised by generations will carry on some same characteristics. So it's important. For millennials Allan Hills to know where the furniture came from. They want to be able to support brands. Who like for example in our industry if you are manufacturer and you are a part of like the sustainable furnishings council for example? That should be something that you promote. If you're an American made brand. That should be something that you promote because millennials shoppers. Who Care about that? They want to make sure that in their shopping journey things are convenient for them so so by making sure that your brand is everywhere. You are going to have a better shot of getting this millennial shopper and while they might not be your target audience audience today they do grow up and they are very large generation and they will start to become your biggest buyers. So it's important for you you to build that brand relationship with them early because we are spending time online. Most of our time in fact is spent online and start building. Your story with millennials. So that when they are ready they will come to you. Make sure that you're you're putting that message out out there more so I think than any other generation though millennials need experience so you have to make the trip worth it for a millennial we'd prefer to shop online and we are probably one of the reasons why Kazakhstan has flourished because as many people will say in a derogatory way. Don't have time don't have patients always moving always is doing stuff. We're working five jobs. Where here there because we gotta pay the student loan debts right so if we don't have the time we need to make sure that at our shopping when we WANNA do? It is part of that convenience so online shopping is important. But if you're not ready to offer that then you need to make the in store shopping experience worth it. Great the one thing I noticed there. Emily is and and I think this is important for retailers. To take is very soon very rapidly. Generation acts will be the older generation and millennials will be firmly in the in the middle class America and I think both of them that we just went over both of them are are looking for that experience. Dance with these brands and I think the software sales approach getting away from the hard sell of the past in the more of a let. Let me now come in and experience. Our brand approach is what really wins over with these generations and the good thing is that with both of them. Brick and mortar is not dead and that's still still important piece of the buying journey. You just have to find a way to do brick and mortar a little bit differently when millennials are your primary shoppers. which again for a lot of you they might be? But if money's aren't your primary shopper state they will be and like Chris mentioned millennials. Care as much as Gen. xers do social media media branding online reviews. We are probably more skeptical about online reviews them most people. You need to make sure that you're putting that type of user user generated content out there because that's what we value and that's something you can start on now and put into your current digital strategy because traditional gonNA take. Thank you very far with millennials today but it should still be part of your overall plan. 'cause you don't just have one generational shopper at any given time browsing your store so digital's can be very very important and your message for me. It has to be different and has to fill authentic personalized smallest custom. And you can't do that. It takes time. It takes some resources in money. But it's worth it in the end all right so I know we've we've talked talked a bit about this now but as as much as we've gone over here and we through some numbers in there and that can that can Kinda Harry but Again I want to recommend recommend that you go check out the book and that's in the show notes and if you don't have to find your show notes then shoot an email to marketing at Microsoft Inc. Dot Com. And we'll shoot you.

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"allan hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Service in the dealership the service bill Sanderson is the place to be you know we're going to take care of you and and your partners to but and this is always a time of year when you're talking about the weather that you see somebody with a convertible anything man you know for these four five months it just might be worth pulling out of the Sanderson for lot the Mustang convertible you know on the funny thing about convertibles at a sales manager for a long time ago that he made everybody that bought a convertible leave with the top down it was hot it was a see if it was cold it was the heater but that was downloadable tops down but you know if you're buying a convertible put the top down okay what a great way to enjoy the Arizona outdoor air with with this and that's one thing I miss about the old trucks from the sixties seventies and eighties the little wing windows you could tell just right now air would blow on yet there is a certain time of year that was just so enjoyable it's so cool to have the eight that when going over and and have a nice air conditioning on your or the heater on had on driving down the road with the convertible top down and if you don't feel like getting out shop from home by from home Sanderson four dot com you take care we deliver welcome to the Rosie on the house Arizona how're whose it through the Arizona our with Sanders import and Rosie on the house the server giveaway is set up Arizona state park passes we're gonna take still Jennifer credit card you like yeah fifty two in these areas year so that can include these with the state park passes I was thinking the same thing true or false we talked about the Great Depression hitting Gonja the monsoons washed out the bridges well that ultimately led the ice floating in the Santa Cruz river when a ice wagon went through the river because there is no bridge honest traverse to the river the ice bounced out because you forgot to close the tail gate true or false take me to Texas had answered a four one one eight nine two three icebergs in the Santa Cruz Jr you think that's true Texas truth it's false tax falls the four one one nine two three am will pick a random right winner at the end of this programming segment good for any of the Arizona we say thirty five state parks but as Roger said not all there's like two or three that are currently open so any of the twenty nine Arizona state two thirty two if you count in that state natural areas which the parks operate so okay third any of the thirty two active Arizona state parks including Patagonia like which you mentioned earlier that it's a beautiful spot yeah that whole southern Arizona that's our featured staycation destination this month and they can Allan hills I mean that that whole area right right I think first for the scenic view and the wildlife and the different terrains in short elevations that's in the vistas off that's I think that that's prime my favorite part of the state yeah Cochise county is for me just a little further was but yeah it I love all that area I think that's one of the things that surprised a lot of people's because if you're heading south of you're heading through the desert down towards Mexico you always expect the desert just gonna get spying nearer and and more ferocious or something and it doesn't you know it just softens and you and you have these beautiful rolling hills in these golden grassland Gaby Atlanta yeah it's you know it's just gorgeous repaired you know Patagonia lakes one of these well hidden gems you know so you you see the sign you've turned down the road you go a few miles there's is sloping hills of kind of dotted with okay Teo's that in or drive a lot of the time so they're just kinda rattling together like skeletons and you keep going there's a lake down here now I don't think so just about the time you're ready to flip you turn there you see this little bit of blue glinting down and below in the catch basin and man you pull around and see it spread out below it's just gorgeous over here this morning with author freelance writer Roger Naylor to cover his book which is just been available like the last four days I mean it just came out and it is on every Arizona state park it is how can people get all of it has even made it to the yes no no yeah it's it's it's in stores and just got it just ship so it's it's available in stores it's available at all the state parks it's available on my website Roger Taylor dot com you can order for me to get a signed copy control ordered on Amazon if that's what you like to do I always try to encourage people to shop locally if the gap but yes so it is it is out and available now so and the book covers twenty nine state parks you have a broken up into three divisions northern Arizona southern Arizona and the west coast yeah that's kind of how the the park sort of break up and you know their they're kind of in the US the biggest clusters actually in my neck of the woods in the Verde valley so if you come up to the Verde valley you can visit Ford Verdy the past years aero wars border zero four you can visit the Jerome the old Douglas mansion there up on the the hill you can visit dead horse ranch state park and liberty river green way which are joined and then also red rock and slide rocks and I know it's not a state park but you also mention in your book when you're featuring that horses two figures yeah that right there right well that's what I again I I always try to include some nearby attractions so when you're there you're you're having a great time goal we're all school go here's to see go here's the Clemenceau museum here's the Verde valley wine trail beautiful you know the kids we have their fun now it's just a mom and dad go have a little drink on the Verde valley wine trail so well if you want to encourage you or your family or friends to get out and see zona get Roger Taylor's new book Arizona state parks his long Johns website get burger boots boots and birch and you guys you're you're thinking about eating I forgot exactly because between those two handbooks it'll it'll provide great motivation for you to jump in the car take a run out and consume a little fight about outdoors errors on and we'll get into a little bit food and faith and we got by well in the next segment the answer is true it was a on last tail.

"allan hills" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"What, what do we need to have emplaced the show that they've met these? Pathway. That's kind of a gray area that it's still to be totally decided from everything that I have heard in conversations. I've had with people about issues and stuff. I'm not quite at that point, yet, the school, I'm at only have ninth and tenth graders. Now we're not into the senior year yet we're building high school up to that point. But they are going to be some questions that need to be asked of how, how do we account for that? These students have made these pathways, so that we can to say, hey, it's no. They have Allen is before. I let you go here. One of my questions is we all know about the teacher shortage here in Indiana. How out of school district of in trouble? Hiring hiring teachers. What does that situation like in the counselor world? There's I would have to say that there's more than enough, adequate school counselors out there that because what's happened throughout the years used to be that every elementary school would have at school, counselor. Well that has went by the wayside when sweet hit and stuff that was once that was eliminated. So I think if they would go back to try to put one counselor in every elementary school, and then continue to the middle school on ice school. Like they have I think you would find more than enough capable candidates out there to fill those roles within not only Indiana, but across the United States. All right below our guest today has been Alan hill. Allan is the head of the school council sociation, but talking about the summer Senate committee, they'll be impacting school counseling. And so we want to make sure that we visited with Allen and got his impact and perspective. Allen, my friend. Thank you very, very much with us. We appreciate it, and hopefully you and I can chat again, when you're down here in Annapolis, for that summer Senate committee. Yes, I will be there in Indiana go council association or putting together a plan to help them dressed summer session. And hopefully get some good things accomplished. Well, one of my friend, once you guys get that plan unveiled. We'd love to have you back on the air to talk about it. All right. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. Thank you. Allan hill of the union school counselors association. And when Indian issues returns, we'll talk with the rights commission. They've got some information to like to share with you that will make your life a little bit easier. You're listening to Indiana issues when I started ivytech I.

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"allan hills" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I think it really comes down to one of the health address is used. Of social media technology appropriately, and then turn wind up learning how to control your emotion different techniques. Emotions allow those things to escalate to whether needs to be, I think, what we need to do that at younger age teaching all the how do you. The technology because I can tell you right now. I think there's some great things out there technology have that aid academic learning. But it's all the other things that drag it down that take away from that. So I really think educating our kids at a younger age about how to properly and then turn around and using the tools. They have within themselves to deal with the emotions and situations that come up to make good decisions about that. Our guest today is Alan hill. He's a head of the school counselors association. Talk with a few more minutes with lawmakers created that summer study committee on education and school counseling is a lot of it. I know one of things that lawmakers going to be looking at getting really get the your thoughts is that graduation and workforce development will get the current workload of school counselors those multiple pathways with those due to your workload and multiple graduation. Pathways to you work load. A lot of makers will be listening to this conversation, whether it is on the radio online. Why got their attention? What would you like to tell them and let them know? School counselors are up to take and make sure that these athletes are met followed by all of our students that everything we did need to know exactly how we are going to record them. And what is required of us because there's some gray areas that are out there right now that aren't they defined? They say up to the school district to decide and, and how we're going to be held accountable for saying that this has these pathway accounted. What, what do we need to have in place to show that they've met, these apple, that's kind of a gray area that is still could be totally decided from everything that I have heard in conversations? I've had with people about issues and south. I'm not quite at that point, yet, the school at only have night, tenth graders. Now we're not into the senior year yet we're building high school up to that point. But they are going to be some questions that need to be asked. How, how do we? Count for these students have made these pathway so that we can say that. Hey, yes, they have been. No, they have Allen performance go here. One of my questions is we all know about the teacher shortage here in Indiana school district in trouble. Hiring hiring. Teachers. What does that situation in the council world? It learns I would have to say that there's more than enough, adequate school counselors out there that because what's happened throughout the years. Used to be that every elementary school would have at school counselor. That has went by the wayside when sweet hit and stuff that was once that would eliminated. So I think if they would go back to try to put one counselor in every elementary school, and then continue to the middle school and night school. They have I find more than capable candidates out there to fill those moles within that only Indiana, but across the United States. All right. Our guest today has been Alan hill. Allen is ahead of the Indian school council socio talking about the summer Senate committee. They'll be impacting school counseling, so we want to make sure we visit with Allen and got his impact and perspective. Allen, my friend. Thank you very, very much with us to do. Appreciate and hopefully I can Ted again when you down here in Indianapolis for that summer study committee. Yes, I will be there and the Indiana association of putting together a plan to help them address summer session. And hopefully get some good things accomplished. What did you guys get that plan unveiled heavy back on the air to talk about it? All right. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. Thank you. Allan hill, union school councils? And when Indiana issues returns, we'll talk with the NFL rights commission. They've got some information to share with you. Probably your life a little bit easier..

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"allan hills" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"allan hills" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Traffic update rejects that trouble Georgia three sixteen in less than three minutes at six oh, nine WSB, temperatures, forty to the father of an armed robbery suspect fatally shot by Atlanta. Police calls in the end of Lacey pe- SEAL, see Jimmy hill tells channel two action news. His son was shot trying to run from a federal task force serving of a warrant at the Allan hills apartments in northwest. Atlanta, the FBI and GB are investigating whether he had a weapon when the Atlanta officer shot him WSB money update. Stocks sink amid renewed fears of an economic slowdown International Monetary Fund trimmed its economic forecasts for twenty nineteen and twenty twenty pointing to risks including trade tensions and rising interest rates. China's economy grew last year at the slowest base since nineteen ninety eight ABC's. Daria Albinger points to disappointing home sales in December the Dow closes down three hundred points economists, Kevin Hackney's concerned about the softening housing market. He tells state budget writers really shows up is housing prices of the decelerate overall, though, he believes the state economy strong growth may begin to taper off he sees that happening nationally to WSB scam alert a warning about bogus tickets to the Super Bowl here in Atlanta. Counterfeit tickets are real problem, particularly for big games. Like this color with the US chamber of commerce sounding the alarm about fake. Tickets circulating safest way to purchase a legitimate ticket is to go to reputable sites such as NFL ticket exchange going through the home team's own websites, unless you know, the person. Well, do not buy from an individual. He says spotting a fake is getting harder. And the price is too high to take a chance Sabrina Cupet WSB WSB news time six eleven this morning. Baker tram.

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We May Have Already Found Aliens (w/ Mike Wall), Arrow Method for Productivity, and ADHD Creativity

Curiosity Daily

07:54 min | 3 years ago

We May Have Already Found Aliens (w/ Mike Wall), Arrow Method for Productivity, and ADHD Creativity

"There are a lot of misconceptions round ADD or attention deficit disorder. This new study from university of Michigan psychology researcher, Holly, white tested, another hypothesis. She recruited fifty two college students half of whom had high functioning ADHD and she tested their creative muscles in a series of tests in the tests. Participants are basically asked to come up with unique imaginary, fruits and words, the didn't follow recognizable patterns. You can read all the details of the study in our full right up on curiosity dot com. And on our free curiosity app for Android, an IS, but it turned out that the ADHD set up performed the neuro typical set at breaking the mold suggested by the examples, given the takeaway was that all. Uh-huh. ADD ADHD can pose significant challenges to those who live with the conditions. They can also give you an edge in at least one regard today's tip for tackling your time. Have you heard of the arrow method? It's a nice easy way to stay productive ready for this. I'm ready Hugo's step one frontal owed your week with work. Okay. What's next? That's it. What schedule as many of your meetings as you can for the beginning of the week preferably on Monday or Tuesday. It's perfect for regular meetings. Like weekly check ins in financial updates do this. When you start your week with a pretty packed schedule. But then the rest of the week is more open. This comes with three major benefits I is flexibility so something unexpected comes up halfway into the week. Well, that'll give you more time during the second half of the week to actually deal with an emergency. Or whatever else came up if a client needs you to fix something. It'll take all day Wednesday. Then you don't wanna have to reschedule a dozen meetings on top of fixing that thing, right? The second major benefit is, psychological satisfaction and peace of mind. How does it feel to cross items off your to do list? Spoiler alert super good especially on a Monday or Tuesday in the third thing is that you can make travel plans more easily. This is kind of like, the scheduling benefit the arrow method makes it so that, you know, not to schedule flights for Monday on that note, you can feel comfortable scheduling track. Plans later in the week without having to rearrange your work schedule right because of its Tuesday, and you find that you have to hop on a plane Thursday, then you don't have to reschedule a ton of Thursday meetings because he already had them. I guess I'd kind of thing is the flexibility point bonus, you'll pay less for plane tickets since its cheapest travel, midweek, Baha, two birds one stone, and if the aero method sounds familiar, it's kind of like a macro version of the frog method. We talked about recent episode Mark Twain allegedly had a phrase called eating the frog quote eat alive. Frog. First thing in the morning, and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day, unquote. That's still disgusting. Anyway, that's the method used to kick off your week. Stay productive and drink in a little Monday. Motivation. Today's episode is sponsored by interior define interior. Define is an entirely new kind of furniture brand created specifically to to find something that's your style or the right size for your space. Right. We'll interior define lets you customize your perfect sofa share bed or table to get it. Exactly. Right with you live in a small studio, and you need the right sizing or you need to pet friendly fabrics or just like a softer cushion interior define makes it easy to design your own sofa. Not your roommates sofa with their online sofa configuration. They have an augmented reality app for IOS that lets you visualize pieces in your home. Every order gets free delivery and a three hundred sixty five day return policy. So get started with free swatches, you can order free swatches us to see and feel fabrics in your home. Just visit interior defined dot com. One more time that's interior defined dot com. What if we have actually already discovered aliens, I'm not trying to be weird or funny here? I usually am. I actually got a really interesting answer to this question that I think is really worth sharing they came from Mike wall. The author of the new book titled out there a scientific guide to alien life anti-matter and human space travel for the cosmic curious sounds like us. He's been a senior writer at space dot com for nearly a decade, and he's talked to a lot of scientists about space exploration aliens and more one of the chapters in his book is called have we already found ET, and I asked him about it. And here's what he had to say. There are some scientists who think that we found microbial life on Mars. There are some scientists who remain vocal that like the Viking missions in the nineteen seventies. Now says Viking Landers found signs of of like alien metabolism. In the in the dirt on Mars, and there are some people who are claiming that to this day. There's another group who claims that the the Mars meteorite that people examined back in the mid nineties that it actually does contain convincing signs of Mars microbes. There are a lot of people. I mean, most scientists. Don't agree with those claims. But there are vocal groups who do like either the first or the second or both. So there's an argument within the scientific community that it's possible that we've already found life on Mars then. Yeah, we just can't can't demonstrated for certain they're still it's still Embiid use. This is this is an argument that's going on in the scientific community. Now. Do you have an idea of how fringe that is are we talking are we talking climate change denying scientists versus the mass consensus or whatever we talking like ninety ten split sixty forty it's probably closer to ninety ten to sixty forty. I mean. Yeah. The people who are arguing the the pro Viking life. People are definitely in the in in the very small minority and the like Mars meteorite Allan hills. Life people are definitely in a small minority too. But they're credible. I mean, they're scientists they they've like analyze this. And I mean, they aren't crackpots. So I mean, you can't just say, oh, these these people are nuts. And that sorta highlight some. Some kind of how how tough it's gonna be to know if we found a free made that epochal discovery, right? Because there are so many variables that can go into it. First of all, I mean, say your send a Rover to tomorrow's looking for signs of like native Martian life, and it like turns up microbe. I mean, even if everybody agrees, it's a micro. There's going to be a whole nother argument about if that microbe is actually native to Mars or if Rover brought it with it. 'cause you know, you if you sterilize the spacecraft it's impossible to get everything that's on there on the microbes are really really tough some of them can form these really hard spores that are pretty much indestructible. It's just there's so many things it's gonna take just really really convincing proof for that fine to be generally accepted harshly because you need a high bar for a major discovery like that and partially just because scientists are skeptical people, that's that's part of the job description. One more time that was Mike wall, author of the new book out there a scientific guide to alien life anti-matter and human space travel for the cosmetically curious

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Relationship-Deepening TV, Elon Musk and Bill Gates' Productivity Hacks, and Why You Don't Hear Your Own Footsteps

Curiosity Daily

08:12 min | 3 years ago

Relationship-Deepening TV, Elon Musk and Bill Gates' Productivity Hacks, and Why You Don't Hear Your Own Footsteps

"Today. You learn how ADHD could make you more creative and how to boost your productivity by scheduling your week with the arrow method. You'll also learn why we may have already found aliens with some help from author Mike wall, also a senior writer at space dot com. Let's satisfy some curiosity on the award winning curiosity daily. There are a lot of misconceptions round ADD or attention deficit disorder. This new study from university of Michigan psychology researcher, Holly, white tested, another hypothesis. She recruited fifty two college students half of whom had high functioning ADHD and she tested their creative muscles in a series of tests in the tests. Participants are basically asked to come up with unique imaginary, fruits and words, the didn't follow recognizable patterns. You can read all the details of the study in our full right up on curiosity dot com. And on our free curiosity app for Android, an IS, but it turned out that the ADHD set up performed the neuro typical set at breaking the mold suggested by the examples, given the takeaway was that all. Uh-huh. ADD ADHD can pose significant challenges to those who live with the conditions. They can also give you an edge in at least one regard today's tip for tackling your time. Have you heard of the arrow method? It's a nice easy way to stay productive ready for this. I'm ready Hugo's step one frontal owed your week with work. Okay. What's next? That's it. What schedule as many of your meetings as you can for the beginning of the week preferably on Monday or Tuesday. It's perfect for regular meetings. Like weekly check ins in financial updates do this. When you start your week with a pretty packed schedule. But then the rest of the week is more open. This comes with three major benefits I is flexibility so something unexpected comes up halfway into the week. Well, that'll give you more time during the second half of the week to actually deal with an emergency. Or whatever else came up if a client needs you to fix something. It'll take all day Wednesday. Then you don't wanna have to reschedule a dozen meetings on top of fixing that thing, right? The second major benefit is, psychological satisfaction and peace of mind. How does it feel to cross items off your to do list? Spoiler alert super good especially on a Monday or Tuesday in the third thing is that you can make travel plans more easily. This is kind of like, the scheduling benefit the arrow method makes it so that, you know, not to schedule flights for Monday on that note, you can feel comfortable scheduling track. Plans later in the week without having to rearrange your work schedule right because of its Tuesday, and you find that you have to hop on a plane Thursday, then you don't have to reschedule a ton of Thursday meetings because he already had them. I guess I'd kind of thing is the flexibility point bonus, you'll pay less for plane tickets since its cheapest travel, midweek, Baha, two birds one stone, and if the aero method sounds familiar, it's kind of like a macro version of the frog method. We talked about recent episode Mark Twain allegedly had a phrase called eating the frog quote eat alive. Frog. First thing in the morning, and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day, unquote. That's still disgusting. Anyway, that's the method used to kick off your week. Stay productive and drink in a little Monday. Motivation. Today's episode is sponsored by interior define interior. Define is an entirely new kind of furniture brand created specifically to to find something that's your style or the right size for your space. Right. We'll interior define lets you customize your perfect sofa share bed or table to get it. Exactly. Right with you live in a small studio, and you need the right sizing or you need to pet friendly fabrics or just like a softer cushion interior define makes it easy to design your own sofa. Not your roommates sofa with their online sofa configuration. They have an augmented reality app for IOS that lets you visualize pieces in your home. Every order gets free delivery and a three hundred sixty five day return policy. So get started with free swatches, you can order free swatches us to see and feel fabrics in your home. Just visit interior defined dot com. One more time that's interior defined dot com. What if we have actually already discovered aliens, I'm not trying to be weird or funny here? I usually am. I actually got a really interesting answer to this question that I think is really worth sharing they came from Mike wall. The author of the new book titled out there a scientific guide to alien life anti-matter and human space travel for the cosmic curious sounds like us. He's been a senior writer at space dot com for nearly a decade, and he's talked to a lot of scientists about space exploration aliens and more one of the chapters in his book is called have we already found ET, and I asked him about it. And here's what he had to say. There are some scientists who think that we found microbial life on Mars. There are some scientists who remain vocal that like the Viking missions in the nineteen seventies. Now says Viking Landers found signs of of like alien metabolism. In the in the dirt on Mars, and there are some people who are claiming that to this day. There's another group who claims that the the Mars meteorite that people examined back in the mid nineties that it actually does contain convincing signs of Mars microbes. There are a lot of people. I mean, most scientists. Don't agree with those claims. But there are vocal groups who do like either the first or the second or both. So there's an argument within the scientific community that it's possible that we've already found life on Mars then. Yeah, we just can't can't demonstrated for certain they're still it's still Embiid use. This is this is an argument that's going on in the scientific community. Now. Do you have an idea of how fringe that is are we talking are we talking climate change denying scientists versus the mass consensus or whatever we talking like ninety ten split sixty forty it's probably closer to ninety ten to sixty forty. I mean. Yeah. The people who are arguing the the pro Viking life. People are definitely in the in in the very small minority and the like Mars meteorite Allan hills. Life people are definitely in a small minority too. But they're credible. I mean, they're scientists they they've like analyze this. And I mean, they aren't crackpots. So I mean, you can't just say, oh, these these people are nuts. And that sorta highlight some. Some kind of how how tough it's gonna be to know if we found a free made that epochal discovery, right? Because there are so many variables that can go into it. First of all, I mean, say your send a Rover to tomorrow's looking for signs of like native Martian life, and it like turns up microbe. I mean, even if everybody agrees, it's a micro. There's going to be a whole nother argument about if that microbe is actually native to Mars or if Rover brought it with it. 'cause you know, you if you sterilize the spacecraft it's impossible to get everything that's on there on the microbes are really really tough some of them can form these really hard spores that are pretty much indestructible. It's just there's so many things it's gonna take just really really convincing proof for that fine to be generally accepted harshly because you need a high bar for a major discovery like that and partially just because scientists are skeptical people, that's that's part of the job description. One more time that was Mike wall, author of the new book out there a scientific guide to alien life anti-matter and human space travel for the cosmetically curious

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Relationship-Deepening TV, Elon Musk and Bill Gates' Productivity Hacks, and Why You Don't Hear Your Own Footsteps

Curiosity Daily

08:11 min | 3 years ago

Relationship-Deepening TV, Elon Musk and Bill Gates' Productivity Hacks, and Why You Don't Hear Your Own Footsteps

"Today. You learn how ADHD could make you more creative and how to boost your productivity by scheduling your week with the arrow method. You'll also learn why we may have already found aliens with some help from author Mike wall, also a senior writer at space dot com. Let's satisfy some curiosity on the award winning curiosity daily. There are a lot of misconceptions round ADD or attention deficit disorder. This new study from university of Michigan psychology researcher, Holly, white tested, another hypothesis. She recruited fifty two college students half of whom had high functioning ADHD and she tested their creative muscles in a series of tests in the tests. Participants are basically asked to come up with unique imaginary, fruits and words, the didn't follow recognizable patterns. You can read all the details of the study in our full right up on curiosity dot com. And on our free curiosity app for Android, an IS, but it turned out that the ADHD set up performed the neuro typical set at breaking the mold suggested by the examples, given the takeaway was that all. Uh-huh. ADD ADHD can pose significant challenges to those who live with the conditions. They can also give you an edge in at least one regard today's tip for tackling your time. Have you heard of the arrow method? It's a nice easy way to stay productive ready for this. I'm ready Hugo's step one frontal owed your week with work. Okay. What's next? That's it. What schedule as many of your meetings as you can for the beginning of the week preferably on Monday or Tuesday. It's perfect for regular meetings. Like weekly check ins in financial updates do this. When you start your week with a pretty packed schedule. But then the rest of the week is more open. This comes with three major benefits I is flexibility so something unexpected comes up halfway into the week. Well, that'll give you more time during the second half of the week to actually deal with an emergency. Or whatever else came up if a client needs you to fix something. It'll take all day Wednesday. Then you don't wanna have to reschedule a dozen meetings on top of fixing that thing, right? The second major benefit is, psychological satisfaction and peace of mind. How does it feel to cross items off your to do list? Spoiler alert super good especially on a Monday or Tuesday in the third thing is that you can make travel plans more easily. This is kind of like, the scheduling benefit the arrow method makes it so that, you know, not to schedule flights for Monday on that note, you can feel comfortable scheduling track. Plans later in the week without having to rearrange your work schedule right because of its Tuesday, and you find that you have to hop on a plane Thursday, then you don't have to reschedule a ton of Thursday meetings because he already had them. I guess I'd kind of thing is the flexibility point bonus, you'll pay less for plane tickets since its cheapest travel, midweek, Baha, two birds one stone, and if the aero method sounds familiar, it's kind of like a macro version of the frog method. We talked about recent episode Mark Twain allegedly had a phrase called eating the frog quote eat alive. Frog. First thing in the morning, and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day, unquote. That's still disgusting. Anyway, that's the method used to kick off your week. Stay productive and drink in a little Monday. Motivation. Today's episode is sponsored by interior define interior. Define is an entirely new kind of furniture brand created specifically to to find something that's your style or the right size for your space. Right. We'll interior define lets you customize your perfect sofa share bed or table to get it. Exactly. Right with you live in a small studio, and you need the right sizing or you need to pet friendly fabrics or just like a softer cushion interior define makes it easy to design your own sofa. Not your roommates sofa with their online sofa configuration. They have an augmented reality app for IOS that lets you visualize pieces in your home. Every order gets free delivery and a three hundred sixty five day return policy. So get started with free swatches, you can order free swatches us to see and feel fabrics in your home. Just visit interior defined dot com. One more time that's interior defined dot com. What if we have actually already discovered aliens, I'm not trying to be weird or funny here? I usually am. I actually got a really interesting answer to this question that I think is really worth sharing they came from Mike wall. The author of the new book titled out there a scientific guide to alien life anti-matter and human space travel for the cosmic curious sounds like us. He's been a senior writer at space dot com for nearly a decade, and he's talked to a lot of scientists about space exploration aliens and more one of the chapters in his book is called have we already found ET, and I asked him about it. And here's what he had to say. There are some scientists who think that we found microbial life on Mars. There are some scientists who remain vocal that like the Viking missions in the nineteen seventies. Now says Viking Landers found signs of of like alien metabolism. In the in the dirt on Mars, and there are some people who are claiming that to this day. There's another group who claims that the the Mars meteorite that people examined back in the mid nineties that it actually does contain convincing signs of Mars microbes. There are a lot of people. I mean, most scientists. Don't agree with those claims. But there are vocal groups who do like either the first or the second or both. So there's an argument within the scientific community that it's possible that we've already found life on Mars then. Yeah, we just can't can't demonstrated for certain they're still it's still Embiid use. This is this is an argument that's going on in the scientific community. Now. Do you have an idea of how fringe that is are we talking are we talking climate change denying scientists versus the mass consensus or whatever we talking like ninety ten split sixty forty it's probably closer to ninety ten to sixty forty. I mean. Yeah. The people who are arguing the the pro Viking life. People are definitely in the in in the very small minority and the like Mars meteorite Allan hills. Life people are definitely in a small minority too. But they're credible. I mean, they're scientists they they've like analyze this. And I mean, they aren't crackpots. So I mean, you can't just say, oh, these these people are nuts. And that sorta highlight some. Some kind of how how tough it's gonna be to know if we found a free made that epochal discovery, right? Because there are so many variables that can go into it. First of all, I mean, say your send a Rover to tomorrow's looking for signs of like native Martian life, and it like turns up microbe. I mean, even if everybody agrees, it's a micro. There's going to be a whole nother argument about if that microbe is actually native to Mars or if Rover brought it with it. 'cause you know, you if you sterilize the spacecraft it's impossible to get everything that's on there on the microbes are really really tough some of them can form these really hard spores that are pretty much indestructible. It's just there's so many things it's gonna take just really really convincing proof for that fine to be generally accepted harshly because you need a high bar for a major discovery like that and partially just because scientists are skeptical people, that's that's part of the job description. One more time that was Mike wall, author of the new book out there a scientific guide to alien life anti-matter and human space travel for the cosmetically

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