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Fresh update on "anatoly" discussed on NASACast Audio
"Touch of history for our first asteroid sample return mission a safe return from the International Space Station and a big move in preparation for artem won a few of the stories to tell you about this week at NASA. On October twentieth some two, hundred, million miles from earth NASA? Cyrus. REX spacecraft extended its robotic arm and in a first for the agency successfully touched asteroid been long enough to collect dust and other surface material to be returned to Earth for study in twenty twenty three. Ben New contains material from the early solar system that can help researchers learn more about the origins of life on earth. NASA astronaut Christopher safely returned to Earth from the International Space. Station. On. October. Twenty First Eastern Time Cassidy and Russian cosmonauts Anatoly even and Yvan Wagner landed in their still use spacecraft just hours after leaving the station the landlord wrapped up a six month mission for the trio aboard the orbital outpost. On October, twentieth the mobile launcher that will be used our space launch system rocket and Orion spacecraft for one was rolled out to launch pad thirty, nine V at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Trek to the pad helped prepare the launch team for the actual launch of Artemis. Next year, the mobile launcher will stay at the pad for about two weeks to practice logistics, validate timelines and for cleaning. Preparations continue for the November tenth launch of the Sentinel Michael FRY spacecraft. The world's latest ocean monitoring satellite named after the late Dr. Michael Froehlich, former director of mass as Earth Science. Division is one of two identical spacecraft that will collect extremely precise sea.
Fresh update on "anatoly" discussed on Mike McConnell
"In space 3136 orbits and 83 million miles Chris Cassidy Anatoly definition and even banged her home that call on NASA TV Is the capsule patch down in Kazakhstan. Cassidy says he knows full well just how much life has changed, speaking just before his return when we started the mission The pandemic on Earth was just starting. And now we're returning terrorists and our fellow crewmates here had to train through those those six months an earth where over 40 million people have been infected, and the virus has claimed over 1.1 million lives. Michelle Franzen ABC NEWS Your weekend forecast is coming up. 700 WLW news time by those seven Good Friday morning..
"anatoly" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket. Sal Marquez here and today I. Have the privilege of hosting on a totally gave man. He is the CEO and Co founder of Care Avoidance, a healthcare sales enablement solution for life sciences that is doing extraordinary work for drawing out value propositions. Companies Looking to express that clearly anatoly came to work in healthcare early in his career, starting off as the lead engineer on one of the first hip compliant benefits, communication products for enterprises, he continued to work with large healthcare data sets and HR soft before. Before becoming the chief architect at Ambra. Health a cloud based medical imaging company. It was there at Ambra that Anatoly saw the need for high quality data to inform sales execution which germinated. The idea for care voyage were thrilled to have him on the podcast today, and it's such a unique platform that they're using to reach customers and for sales teams to reach their customers in a clear way Donatelli. Thank you so much for joining me today. Thank Salty. Got Be. Yeah. Absolutely. So tons of great stuff being done by your company. And so before we dive into really the meat bones of what you guys do there, I love to first arc and find out more about you and one inspires your work in healthcare. I appreciate it, and so I started working in healthcare actually when I was still in high school. I just happened to luck out and find on an internship working on one of the first hickory maple insisting that for human resources management. So that really <hes> starting my love for working with large data sets and working with privileged data, like that I continue dot read some other gigs on signatory around Maple imaging on, and that's really where I started learning about. About, the difficulty that companies have selling in healthcare. So with my may imaging gig on I, I was the chief architect company called Ambra Health on big digital medic rummaging Bloomberg, and then I switched over to more of a developer evangelists than sales engineering role, and that's where I really started looking at how companies that produce the rate products go to market. And what inspires me a about healthier? Specifically, my little corner of healthcare is helping innovators, take their market big their products to market. I think there's a lot of great innovation that's happening right now. especially with digital innovation machine learning ai off care. But I think that the past to a successful product is still at I. It's still very hard to navigate. So that's what inspires me getting these products so. So, writer audience and getting patients right treatment at the right time, eventually through <hes> through the use of our product and obviously great innovation. Yeah. You know it's <hes>. That's so great, and there's so many opportunities for companies and you know the people leading them, the teams that are representing the great work that you know I mean many of these companies we have on the podcast a totally you know the. Great Work and they have great products and services and the pathway to get there. The go to market strategy isn't always super clear, and then on top of that, it's not easy to sell inside of our healthcare system and it takes forever so. All of those things are true own. Yeah, and I think that there are a lot of products that end up failing because the products and successful and because the greater market strategy is maybe not very well informed their beats not very well executed, and so if I can do anything to help that and that was where I decided to spend, my time is opening entrepreneurs with way to go to market I. Think it's great and in our vertical or our economy or health care economy, it's so necessary. So tell us a little bit about what you guys are doing. Doing at care voyage to add value to the healthcare ecosystem of innovators. Yeah. -solutely. So you know I'll start with a problem I. think the really big problem right now, the REC- at least in our little corner of the healthcare economy is data symmetry <hes>. It's you know everyone makes decisions or everyone strives to make decisions in a data driven way the acquisition of data to make those decisions, your go to market or even your your product strategy is still not democratized Jesus, sometimes available and very regularly available in. Thanks. It's not available at all on companies like care. Where we're trying to do. At least off the for. Right now, we're trying to do is we're trying to democratize access to this information whether it's you know information about who's doing, what types of services takes a physicians practicing the type of and your are devices best for or on that you're pharmaceutical product is best stations for it. I think a lot of like data's available, but traditionally, it's only been available to the wealthiest layers market <hes>, and so our goal is to democratize access to that. So even startups that may not have the backing of the largest feet from on me, not how hundred million dollars in the bay and can't get access to it and really execute a great girl market.
Empowering Medtech with Anatoly Geyfman
"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket. Sal Marquez here and today I. Have the privilege of hosting on a totally gave man. He is the CEO and Co founder of Care Avoidance, a healthcare sales enablement solution for life sciences that is doing extraordinary work for drawing out value propositions. Companies Looking to express that clearly anatoly came to work in healthcare early in his career, starting off as the lead engineer on one of the first hip compliant benefits, communication products for enterprises, he continued to work with large healthcare data sets and HR soft before. Before becoming the chief architect at Ambra. Health a cloud based medical imaging company. It was there at Ambra that Anatoly saw the need for high quality data to inform sales execution which germinated. The idea for care voyage were thrilled to have him on the podcast today, and it's such a unique platform that they're using to reach customers and for sales teams to reach their customers in a clear way Donatelli. Thank you so much for joining me today. Thank Salty. Got Be. Yeah. Absolutely. So tons of great stuff being done by your company. And so before we dive into really the meat bones of what you guys do there, I love to first arc and find out more about you and one inspires your work in healthcare. I appreciate it, and so I started working in healthcare actually when I was still in high school. I just happened to luck out and find on an internship working on one of the first hickory maple insisting that for human resources management. So that really starting my love for working with large data sets and working with privileged data, like that I continue dot read some other gigs on signatory around Maple imaging on, and that's really where I started learning about. About, the difficulty that companies have selling in healthcare. So with my may imaging gig on I, I was the chief architect company called Ambra Health on big digital medic rummaging Bloomberg, and then I switched over to more of a developer evangelists than sales engineering role, and that's where I really started looking at how companies that produce the rate products go to market. And what inspires me a about healthier? Specifically, my little corner of healthcare is helping innovators, take their market big their products to market. I think there's a lot of great innovation that's happening right now. especially with digital innovation machine learning ai off care. But I think that the past to a successful product is still at I. It's still very hard to navigate. So that's what inspires me getting these products so. So, writer audience and getting patients right treatment at the right time, eventually through through the use of our product and obviously great innovation. Yeah. You know it's That's so great, and there's so many opportunities for companies and you know the people leading them, the teams that are representing the great work that you know I mean many of these companies we have on the podcast a totally you know the. Great Work and they have great products and services and the pathway to get there. The go to market strategy isn't always super clear, and then on top of that, it's not easy to sell inside of our healthcare system and it takes forever so. All of those things are true own. Yeah, and I think that there are a lot of products that end up failing because the products and successful and because the greater market strategy is maybe not very well informed their beats not very well executed, and so if I can do anything to help that and that was where I decided to spend, my time is opening entrepreneurs with way to go to market I. Think it's great and in our vertical or our economy or health care economy, it's so necessary. So tell us a little bit about what you guys are doing. Doing at care voyage to add value to the healthcare ecosystem of innovators. Yeah. -solutely. So you know I'll start with a problem I. think the really big problem right now, the REC- at least in our little corner of the healthcare economy is data symmetry It's you know everyone makes decisions or everyone strives to make decisions in a data driven way the acquisition of data to make those decisions, your go to market or even your your product strategy is still not democratized Jesus, sometimes available and very regularly available in. Thanks. It's not available at all on companies like care. Where we're trying to do. At least off the for. Right now, we're trying to do is we're trying to democratize access to this information whether it's you know information about who's doing, what types of services takes a physicians practicing the type of and your are devices best for or on that you're pharmaceutical product is best stations for it. I think a lot of like data's available, but traditionally, it's only been available to the wealthiest layers market and so our goal is to democratize access to that. So even startups that may not have the backing of the largest feet from on me, not how hundred million dollars in the bay and can't get access to it and really execute a great girl market.
"anatoly" Discussed on Epicenter
"anatoly" Discussed on Epicenter
"They have a business right. The mining like everything can it depends on this mining capital investment cycle. That's very hard to compete with it. Because you need so much folks to be on board with this new idea so there I think it's it's it's hard in what they're maximizing is not stupid security already which is totally fine. Have the most amount of security in a single chain. That's a really really cool thing to have but with networks. I think you have to maximize utility and I think the only way to do it is to make it as cheap as possible to utilize. Yeah so speaking of Utilization One keeps hearing about plans for a decent lies exchange in Salona so curious about what your plans are and what what kind of decks would you like to build because the interesting thing in the capital space appears to be. There's not one but there's like five or ten interesting. Next is Heintz nobody seems to know. Each month is going to be yeah. I think that it's like the Kennedy to designs that it was hours of the other one is like DVD C.. which is where you have? A like. A distributed group that takes custody of assets and then it's then it could behave like a centralized network with some different security properties that that's Kinda cool but we're doing is that gets pretty simple. Run the orderbook and matching engine chain so execution clearing can occur unchain right you. Traders can submit price updates that the slick and a real time high frequency and matching agents runoff chain but matching attaching occurs on Chan See of an audit trail of things for matched. So one thing. That's very apparent is Very easy to do that. You can guarantee that the matching engine engine will match the first order entered before anyone else or they get slashed so things like that you can build because all the trading being is occurring unchain. You have some better properties for for an audit trail and better tools for building. Something that is more or fair to the to the traders involves you still have the problem of blocked producers that can Basically censor transactions or insert their own silence ahead of time if there's an opportunity for them to do so that one is heart defects. There's some some cool designs out there. Maybe we can talk about him so We actually have a bent. Like a that built as part of our good hub And there's a bench clients that we ran that we could demonstrate like thirty thousand price updates days per second cool so I know originally. You guys are planning to launch round now of course as all blocked a a- as long but so so what are the main things remaining that kind of block or you know to get done until SALONA SALONA may need launches. So there's some tale in the stuff that we're working on which is making sure that when we launched we have like a secure custody solution Russian for everybody. That's been taking longer than expected. Honestly I think we should have expected it to take longer because it's when you think about it on the surface is an easy problem problem but then when you really think about it. It's very hard just delivering the Tokens to do people right and having them a secure way to take custody Oh city of them said the custody solution means there. I don't know why companies like big O one of those deaths they supported. Is that the idea. Or that's one of the one of the protests but we need to give people like a way to do it on the road right in a secure way that doesn't involve them storing plan texts private keys in their computer right then. Who Do we trust? We Trust Ledger or or DVD paper. While at how does that interface with a like our command unlike client that actually does all the staking operations and things like that. So that's one of those things that we want to make. Sure we get it right. Even if if basically optimize stores security there unless convenience because that's more important than the in the early days and then like start making things more convenient convenient and the other one is the real delays. So we've been doing dry runs where we fix a bunch of stuff on our Google cloud based network aws and then we with the validated community. And a bunch of stuff falls over so like that we made Early on was that we would have high empty you path so like we be able to send reliably like jumbo frames across the Internet and that assumption. When was wrong? We had to go from the assumption of being able to send sixty four kilobytes packets down to five hundred thousand byte packets so the networking stack is effectively doing fifty x more work roughly about fifty times for work so we had to optimize the hell out of that. And that's done it's now we WANNA do a drone five where we want people to be with us and then we'll see what false over when we're going to ramp up the transaction throughput. Uh and then see if we can match what we see internally which is fifty to sixty k. sometimes so what's the what's the goal in terms of the launch. Take Time Line. I think probably announced the dry run that the valid are meeting in like a half hour anyways. So I think it's going to be twenty nine so we'll do dry. I run five and if that works because we want to launch with at least fifty thousand. GPS capacity that will do stage one of DDS which stress tests the network.
"anatoly" Discussed on Epicenter
"Makes sense idea is there is a whole other part to the consensus which is basically people are valid. Sort sort of betting on the forks or like on which chain will persist. Yeah so the problem with consensus rate is that you receive a block and foreign milliseconds. You have no clue what the rest of the network thinks about this block whether they're going to vote on it or not where they received all of the state date or not right and you have to make a decision to vote on it or not and if you make the wrong decision than you pay a penalty right because because maybe you're now in the minority petition and if you would have waited a little bit you would have seen the old like the better block that network voting on so how we deal deal with this. Is that whenever you vote. You have a small commitment to safety. Cap theorem safety versus lightness. Like there's always the straight off when a vote on a blog a commit for two slots for two blocks worth of safety. That in the next two blocks will only vote. If those blocks are children of this Kerlin block that voted on if they're not children is blocked in a camp tote and it can be slashed if I do so but every time I do this vote all the parents all votes. They double in their commitment to safety. So that commitment doubles and that's an exponential curve so after thirty two votes right to to the thirty. Two at foreign milliseconds is fifty three years of of commitment to safety effectively the infinite because there's no way I'm going to stop my note for fifty three years and then wait for an alternative fork and switch right that's effectively the Howard consensus mechanism works. It's this very small amount of risk for any decision that you currently make when you have zero information but van that risk increases as you get more information from the network right because as you see the future blocks being produced those blocks contain votes that are representing everybody else's commitment to safety on the network for all the parents and that's how you make progress right when I choose to increase my commitment Edmund from like ten minutes twenty any particular block. I wanted to make sure that the rest of the network is at least done. You know ten minutes or five minutes like I configure figure some threshold where threshold function that I observed the rest of the network is on five minutes therefore go from ten to twenty. Yes you almost have. This kind of like shelling point to write ray say okay. We're trying to agree on a particular a particular block. And if I'm sort of early in a saving is going to needed block right then I earn a little bit more money. And then if other people see that and they follow up and then everyone follows that then they quickly did the cost of changing. Mind you so high that you know this is going to be block. I'd so that's great. So let's let's talk about your little bit more on a high level all stuff so what you guys are trying to do is create a smart contract blockchain with you know huge amount of capacity and so of of course one of the interesting thing is I think I read this in the Multi Coin Block. That's nice articles so they're they're phrases like okay salon crates abundance where there is currently scarce the wishes wishes trust minimize computation. So we were thinking about this Muharan and I. We had a company. Retreat roofing is okay. Let's say you wanted to build on a small contra- chain today. Ah What is there. There honestly is almost nothing right that currently live out their proven works as a theorem. And obviously there's over capacity right in struggling so but you know many people working on this on bring more capacity online and let's say you guys bring huge amount of capacity online curious. Curious is the idea for Seoul. The Solano token to kind of a crew value because people needed to pay for transaction fees and if if if the supply of transaction space is so massive. Doesn't that kind of I mean he's GonNa be really though that's honestly sleep. That is like an unknown. How does how does the token accrue value? I don't know I think that's that's like a fundamental problem with the space that may be will be the first to break it it and then see what happens and like I think better economic models need to be built. This is kind of high. Think of it in the high level is like we're trying to do right is build a network that basically scales up with bandwidth and the scary part about it is that you know you run your home node. Say It's one hundred megabits And you're steady state. Maybe the widely successful in the network is doing five thousand. TPS steady state right. That's the crazy amount of transactions. Honestly right that is it's absurd. Amount of transactions right now for Crypto because of how small the spaces and all of a sudden there's a spike that requires. You know two hundred megabits you can switch into a cloud provider like within seconds straight and process data and come back year note. You can just scale up on demand so the costs of actually running the valid. Alad Inter. You're going to be the lowest cost possible right for the steady state with spikes up to like the more expensive hardware when you need it but the price for the fees are going to be based on the maximum capacity the network because if we can actually handle to three hundred megabits and that's what the fees should be priced at right right because we want to fill it up so effectively. There's this like almost like two forces pushing at it that it's cheap to run the hardware so the barriers to entry countries. You do the software right like if you do the auto scaling well are pretty low. There's the high barrier stint share the know how right how to run. The system is a lot more harder than running like something in your laptop that is just like a desktop APP right. You actually have to build a configure it and do some monitoring rights and maybe the operational costs are higher higher but the actual hardware barriers to entry I think are low and two capacities high as high as we can get people to out of scale up to the best available hardware to them which is ten gigabit connections in. Aws and Google cloud right. There's nothing we can do to stop people from doing breath. So what does that mean is. They think she's can be basically at the lowest possible point. Above Spam so how does the value accruing to the token I think ultimately there has to be a better business model in the space for economics in the networks that depend depend more on the volume of what's actually being done on the network and I think part of that is going to come from basically the program stakes being treated as collateral in defy applications that underlying collateral. That's right now driving the the security the network that can't be just stationary and static right. It can't just be staked do nothing we actually have to start using it for collateralized like BTC channels right right building all these more complicated applications to where it's being utilized for something more than if I had like ten BTC that's being chance for through salona right at high frequency people trying to you know to high frequency price discovery for this. BTC The collateral that ensures that wants the price is agreed upon that. It's going to go through right that has to be based on the amount the volume and that's where I think we'll start seeing more realistic models else but Soul is money. Sure I don't know right. This is not like I have no clue right. I'm just being honest. He took get her traditional business right so then it traditional business doesn't try to price things based on how how much it costs to produce the thing right to try surprise. Failing on like how much value is being delivered and trying to capture significant portion of value being delivered. So if you think of this as a blockchain network presumably they could do something similar right like let's say the Salon is able to sir process transaction at you know thousands of ascent. But there's no good alternative when people WANNA use that system and you know it secure often people are willing to pay a hundred percent then there could potentially be sort of revenue captured that way except that at any time Eh people can take our open source code and our community has third party. Violators intelligence run. SALONA acts right. Yeah so effectively in like get everybody to switch right. If the businesses that uses have a cost associated to them. That's so high it's that threshold than they'll switch. You can say I mean if you look at Ethier today I mean you do sort of have that situation theorem classic. Which is technically I think for for the most part equivalent network but with like much more throughput available? And Okay may not be as secure by you. We do kind of have that but people still building on Theorem so I think he has a network effect sat still difficult. I think the markets basically will decide if you can be in revenue or not. I don't know honestly. My perspective is again. Our goal is to drive the fees to the lowest possible appoint and then built up the next generation. Thinks because I think those are more interesting because the cost of hardware solo right like in the innocent. We saw solve the software like problems that make operations low bad also becomes cheap and then like if we have this amazing state machine that's distributed that s cheapest possible for trust minimizing computation than. Let's do cool things there. Let's see like how so far. We can actually take the space to me. That that's kind of my dream obvious. It's a open source project with an open community and like a lot of input from a lot of different people with their own. WHAT THEY WANNA do but At least for myself like this is what I'm gonNA drive is increased capacity to the point where it's ridiculous agilis. Yeah but I wanted to be absurd. How many transactions we can process on how fast we can do it? Yeah it's it's an interesting question it's the it's the question enough you know. Now you have lots of blockchain's with capacity and if Salona could like someone should a monopoly. Everybody wants to come here And then maybe you're not. The optimal might be. Oh Yeah we use only thirty seven percent of capacity what we charge high. And that's that's the business model if there could be a monopoly but then the opposite world is there's so many chains open sewers. The different designs our sector that it's very hard to who secured a monopoly. And then there's like fence store competition in a perfect competition. Space very hard to preserve any kind of action convey levels and so they transaction fees can be a business model of think monopolies very hard to build in the space for pufus networks especially with Lake with bitcoin mining. We have a sitter in like this community. It's really optimized for this one. One kind of business plan..
"anatoly" Discussed on Epicenter
"That is the thing that you're trying to do by like shortening running down the block time to for foreign milliseconds and I mean actually having a larger group right if you have six hundred hundred block producers over ten minutes you do have more censorship resistance. Because they're six hundred lock producers to get a chance to encode transactions becomes much harder to censor any particular client and the need for the clock in this system. Is that because was this. These leaders that rotating so quickly. It's almost like let's it is like you know the leader. I and leader second in mayors leader third. There is an inherent problem in this system. Where like? When does Brian know that he has to produce? Brian needs to know when he has to produce juice so in Bitcoin. The event is is obvious when you receive a block from different minor with the right proof of work that is when after try to produce in ender main event as like when the previous block has been confirmed. That is when I need to try to produce so the question of this van is dependent on the consensus algorithm when the sensitive to finalize is something that is when the next person in line produces something so Bryan needs to wait for the consensus on Anatolia's block before buying can produce and so this introduces delay between the production of two blocks folks in invariably will introduce delay and what Salona appears to say is that Brian should be able to produce without there. Being consensus insist on Anatolia's block but in order for that Brian needs an accurate clock if we could give up second plots. I don't WANNA say accurate. I think that the challenge here is the. Brian is accurate clock. Brian needs to convince the rest of the network that he's actually waited. The correct amount of time so Bryan needs to provide a proof that time has passed. And that's where clock comes in is that we don't have a like a DP style clock or like atomic clock. Everybody knows that time what we have is a way to prove that time as a lops and can you explain. Why is that important part and like why is this? Proof that time elapsed so valuable right so if I if I am taking too long to produce my block you don't have to wait. You simply prove that you waited the appropriate amount of time. And then you submit yours to the network and the network verifies that proof and then takes Action on your block immediately that it doesn't actually have this delay of waiting like hey did the appropriate time out actually occur in your network it's simply would just veer Proof right and if you if you compare that to tenement writer in Tenement you have this whole communication right at the end of the block people the proposals sense to block and people have to vote on it and commit and let's say there is a time out or like it's too late right again and you have to kind of have this round voting on it whereas in Salona because I can prove I have waited that long I can just move ahead. There's no need to have this rounds of communication around that yes and so so. Let's talk about how this clock actually works. This was twenty seventeen fever dream. I had so much coffee and I was like talking to like the friend of mine that we're building this like deep learning thing with about you know perform work socks its its mining. Its using all this horrendous amount of energy but it has this amazing using like feature to it that it's based on a real world physical constant physics right. It's amount of electricity is bounded by the physics of the universe verstraeten on the world and it's really really cool that that is the the civil resistance like an ISM and we're trying to figure out. Is there another physical constant that we can in us and we kinda started thinking about time like Oh case time is one like can you build something like single threaded mining. So that's when I ahead like I had too much. Coffee was like ended up ear nose up to like four. AM In this liquid Alpha State and realize that Deacon fill the recurrence of shots at fifty-six six function then it'll generate data structure that represents a time has passed rights. You you have shot to fifty six same as proof of work bitcoin before work and use the output as the next foot. So because it's cursive. You can't predict the future states but if you sample it if you just simply record count on million state ACS Two million state y you generate these samples given data structure. That represents time passing somewhere for somebody and you can verify verify this data structure faster because you can take the start and end of every sample and run that shelter fifty six reclusively but you can take all the samples in parallel right so cheap us or your phone have like over a thousand civilians these days so my phone has over. Thousands thousands and Dylan's. GPS A four thousand so one second can be verified in sub one millisecond right and so in a way the Interesting Ping here is that in Bitcoin. Right I'm a minor and I'm trying to find a block and basically have this input off to block data riday. Add some sort of random nonce and then I'm trying to create Hash right that has enough zeros in it and so I can do that in parallel right like on a million times right so I can have this huge farm that all the same thing in parallel. Well you guys are doing is okay. Hey I'm doing this once and I'm using the hash of that and as the input for the other things so obviously you can paralyze that right because you have to sort of Build on top of itself but then when it comes to verification of it. Let's say you have these four thousand trade of loops Indian while you have to ratify every every single sort of jump from one to the next right so if you could just ratify all left individual jumps then you know that the entire history is correct so you can basically take that addin split it up so what you do. Is You paralyzed the verification. which in Bitcoin? You don't after paralyzed because there's only one house she after but the production. You cannot paralyzed but in bitcoin productions. Exactly what you paralyzed. So it's almost the exact opposite of bitcoin that's a good good explanation so verifiable delay function is a set of algorithms. Do this technically I think ours is not in the family of EDS. Because the same amount of computational little power is necessary for verification as generation so more sophisticated. VF's have these drip too graphic properties that allow the verification verification to be. Maybe the log time a verification computational it but they have trade-offs so our video off or if if you WANNA call it of EDF. I just don't have it better. Acronym that delay function we can verify. Dav is probably the most secure construct because it's based on the premature assistance distance. Shot to fifty six and it requires no trusted setup and it's guaranteed to not be parallel Elizabeth. So it is very very simple to think about Indiana code around with because things trusted setups and those more complex cryptographic configurations are just. They're hard trey. This is just brand new research still in like the the white they per stitch I would love to switch to those when they're ready but What we have right now is just works? Looks really really well. Yeah and then I guess the the sort of idea side because you know the existing hardware is pretty good a child to fifty six hashes. This system sort of works. You know even if somebody's a little bit faster than others. Maybe you can explain that debate right because in the end you still have differences in the speed that these hashes he chains are generated. So how can you make a kind of a global clock when they are exists these differences so intel and in a amd defined a shot to fifty six in specific instructions for the MD Sixty four platform. SA- thread ripper has a shelter fifty six Pacific instructions which perform a round of shots at fifty six among point seven five cycles so in the speed of the cycle is really based on the cure manufacturing process so you get a TSMC or Intel's Fab so no matter what if you have you. Basically are bound by the speed of physical process right this physical bound and because these are hardware instructions directions. They're basically running as fast as possible. So Justin Drake from a theory and research and I have argued about this but we disagree a bit my views that the high level way you can think about it as Bitcoin is like the driving force was to optimizing shout to fifty six. So it's optimizing thing for slightly different thing right performance overpower. So you're trying to get the most dollars out of your electricity if you had a shot to fifty six instruction that ran faster for power than bitcoin than somebody would take that setup and use it in and bitcoin right so what you have with. Intel is shelter. Fifty six does run around two point seven five cycles if you could speed it up by ten axe that that means you're driving ten times more power through this circuit and that is like a physically impossible to do right now. It's maybe possible. But you're have to design something that is super teric optimized for cooling and extracting heat under this thing and any trade-off you making space you make just tradeoffs with time because this is longer suits I think designed that would be super super hard to pull off and the way our consensus model model is set. Up is the ten x speed up. Doesn't really get you anything. So we are not like worried about an attack vector coming from the faster a sick but were more concern. Is that We want the network to be somewhat homogeneous on the speed of the show fifty six so we would like everybody in the network to have that. Have this hardware instructions. Because then they all roughly run about the same time and then the network behaves well in terms of when messages are delivered. They're delivered on time like I'm unreal time right in some sense like in Production Salon Network. It's a bunch of alligators and they're saying hey this is the CPU who I am running and you know how fast clock maybe in the beginning of the start of different see us for us but in overtime. They're going to naturally synchronize. I don the same speeds every two years as TSMC improves their processes. Everybody will upgrade right than we get more performance than the clocks boxful. Basically stay about the same speed and clock. Speeds haven't really changed much in the last ten years. So that's like Something that is really really hard to optimize. How do we make a faster? Clock chip is is isn't an anyone. It's not something we're seeing improvements on. And so now okay. So these evaluator at least the honest validated which presumably is actually a high percentage of network end up synchronized ice and synchronized clock. But then then alien from thousand he comes to Earth. I'm they have hundred ex foster hashing and they get five percent of devoting bowel. What could they do? Here's the thing is we have to jump into her. Tower consensus works but they they could potentially censor the previous validated. Or maybe the previous two but really no more than that and they could try to propose blocks that censor the Later they basically like generate approved. They waited the appropriate amount of time but because their basic is so much faster means that they didn't from the perspective of the client. They will see the network behaving this exactly the same way right because blocks are generated a high hi rate no matter what so they. Submissions action gets encoded clients. Don't see like real time drops the previous validates that this producer censoring during will see a reduction in reward. Because they're missing the reward that comes from being a block producer right now. We burn half of the fees on the other half goes the valid hitter the reason we burn half of the fees is partly for this attack factor that burning the fees basically rewards everybody in the system right and and it's their secondary for choice. Rule that if you try to produce a block that is contentious like in this case. Brian Outran Anatoly. I'm still producing. Take my block but Brian So now we have two concurrent blocks. So how does the network choose between mine. Brian is based on the amount of weight. Wait that each block is proposing consensus and the secondary choice rule is how many fees are burned in each one so the Able to do that determination. So is the censorship attack vector terrible that we should stopped overdoing. I think we'll figure figure that out. Right as we go along for my perspective what you're censoring is a small number of rewards because every block has a very small amount of rewards right and for Brian to be effective at this attack he has to reveal but he's doing and do it for a long time and therefore everybody knows that. Brian is in the network in response. Fault we can.
"anatoly" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Anatoly was determined to do whatever it took to make people notice him in nineteen ninety-five Anatoly vowed to take revenge on all of those who had ignored and belittled him. He would make the world fear his name. He wasted little time. He traveled to a small village where a distant cousin lived. He knew his cousin was a hunter and watched from a distance while his cousin returned from a hunt with fresh meat. Anatoly watched his cousin store his equipment at home. And take his kill down the road to be cooked. Once he was gone. Anatoly broke into his cousin's house and stole his shotgun along with some other small items. Anatoly took the gun to a barn unused Assad to cut the barrel. This would cause the shotgun pellets to spread more widely. When the gun was fired increasing the destructive power the gun in close quarters close quarters. Combat was exactly, but Anna totally headed mind in the bitter cold winter of nineteen ninety-five. Anatoly took his new gun to Edessa the port town where he at once worked on the cruise ship and the place where he had abandoned his newborn child. Anatoly chose the town because he knew the layout. Well, and he wanted to make sure he could escape if he was going to be remembered for his crimes this time. He would have to outdo himself and that couldn't be done in a single night Anatoly staked out several houses in the village until he found one owned by a seventy year old woman. Who he considered an easy target? Anatoly broke into the house of the elderly woman just before dawn, he went straight for the bedroom and shot the woman in the head. Then he set fire to the house without bothering to steal anything. Anatoly later stated he took conscious action to mislead the police he considered them as adversaries and an obstacle on his path toward him or Tallahassee on the one hand he needed to ensure they couldn't suspect him right away. And so he chose random victims on the other hand he wanted to make sure they would connect his crimes to a single perpetrator. So that he would be recognized for his deeds. Anatoly was adamant that both the police and the public notice him, Dr Catherine Ramsland, a professor of forensic psychology writes that some killers relish, the idea that with press coverage, they can terrorize many more people. It expands their sense of power quite a few. View themselves as unique human specimens who deserve to be recognized for their uniqueness and studied Anatoly one of the newspapers the public and the police to panic. He was willing to go as far as took to get the attention. He wanted after murdering the elderly woman in Odessa Anatoly left without looking back four days later, he made his way to in the town where he had once attended the college of forestry Anatolia's rampage began in places where he had once lived and worked places which reminded him of how unhappy he had been growing up by beginning his second killing spree in these towns, he was taking revenge on his past. It was a way of showing himself that he was no longer the week men that had been ignored their years before in Mullen Anatoly deliberately taunted his victims for the first time while walking late at night, he came upon a couple having sex in their car he retreated to the Bush. On the side of the road and fired his gun through the car window wounding the man instead of quickly and methodically finishing off his victim as usual, Anatoly waited confident the woman hadn't seen him. He watched her jump out of the car hastily put on her clothes and run away. He assumed she went to find help and he was excited at the prospect of killing anyone she brought back, but after a few minutes, the woman returned alone probably afraid to leave the bleeding man by himself for too long Anatoly shot the woman as she desperately tried to help the man out of the car, then he emerged from the bushes and slit the man's throat. He left the corpses on top of each other in the backseat got in the car and drove to a secluded location. He watched the car go up in flames as he had done so many times before after he escaped Anatoly decided to bide his time before killing again, he waited to see if. Either of his murders would appear in the newspapers. Or if police were already on his trail once again, he was disappointed because his crimes were executed at random the police again did not connect his murder and Desa with the killings and Mullen this led to Anatoly formulating, a rigid modus operandi one that would instantly make his murderers recognizable and connected from now on he I tried out. His new method a month after murdering the couple in the car. It was now January of nineteen ninety six and it snowed. Nearly every day in Ukraine. Anatoly took advantage of the early darkness to stalk his next victims. He found a family of four a man his wife and two children living in a remote house outside of the village of Mullen once the sunset Anatoly crept up to the house and watched the family through the windows for hours in the bitter cold. He waited until the two children were in bed and the lights were out. Then he stood outside the house and threw stones softly against the front window after a few minutes. The man of the house came outside to see what was going on. He shined a flashlight into the night. But couldn't see a thing in the falling. Snow Anatoly jumped from his hiding place at the side of the door and shot the man with his sawed off shotgun before the man, even hit the ground. Anatoly was inside the house he moved from room to room. Systematically, checking for anyone still inside because he had spent hours watching through the windows. He already knew where the man's wife and children slept. He attacked the children's mother. First stabbing her in the chest as she tried to run from him. Then he went after the children stabbing them both in their bedroom. Confident that the house was too remote for anyone to have heard the noise. Anatoly took his time ransacking the house stealing money and eletronics once he finished. He soaked the first floor of the house in gasoline and set it alight. Anatoly escaped into the night while the fire blazed in his rear view mirror. He claimed the voices spoke to him then approving of his actions assuring him he was on the path to greatness, this murder method would become Anatoly signature, he targeted the men of the house. I which he saw as his biggest threat shooting them at a slight distance then to minimize noise and conserve amunition. He used a long hunting knife to kill any women and finally any children in the house. Anatoly said he trained himself with the help of the voices. He heard to see his victims not as people, but as targets to be dispatched on his path toward immortality. He operated in a quick methodical and brutal fashion in step with the military exercises. He had been trained in years before after killing the family of four outside Mullen, Anatoly was satisfied. He had at last found the way towards what he called his great destiny. He decided he needed a place to stay to avoid suspicion and provide him with a base from which he could plant as future crimes. So he sought out a distant relative. He remembered a cousin pewter who had some contact with. When he was a young boy puled or lived in the town of Yavuz, not far from Anatolia's hometown of Laskey. Ukrainian culture is very family Centric. So in Anatoly showed up on announced computers doorstep. After decades pewter was overjoyed. He felt obligated to take care of his cousin. Anatoly who told Pyotr he was down on his luck and looking to change his life. Kilter was happy to help. Anatoly took advantage of Puteh's generosity and moved into his house along with pietas wife. Yelena Anatoly told his cousin. He was looking for a job. He did his best to seem like a quiet man committed to cleaning up his. Act peeler was convinced, but you Leinna was not. She was suspicious of Anatolia's tendency to disappear for days without any explanation. And of the rifle he kept under his bed after a couple of months. She demanded that Yoder tell Anatoly to leave pewter was conflicted. He felt responsible for his cousin and genuinely believed that Anatoly was trying to get back on his feet, but gradually. He too became uncomfortable with Anatoly strange behavior and argued with him repeatedly went on a totally refuse to get rid of the gun, then peeled her found an unusual solution to the problem at hand. Anna Kazahkh a hairstylist who lived in the village, she was a hard working single mother with two children who was easy to get along. With Fyodor thought the two would make a good match, he hosted a family party and introduced Anna, Anna, totally they got along well and much to Peter's delight start. A dating only a couple of weeks after meeting Anna Anatoly left his house and moved in with her once he moved in Anatoly committed to his new role as man of the house and affectionate father figure to Anna's two children. He told Anna that he was a businessman and traveled for work. He began disappearing for days at a time, but always brought back money. So Anna had no reason to doubt his story. She also badly needed the money to support her children Anna had escaped an abusive relationship a few years before and Anatoly was gentle and loving to her. She cherished their relationship. Of course, Anatoly was not traveling for business. He was systematically, expanding his murderous rampage to every corner of Ukraine despite the multitudes of murders. He had committed already Anatolia's reign of terror had just begun next week will continue to delve into Anatolia's increasingly Br. Brutal killing spree and the many attempts of the Ukrainian police to catch him culminating in the largest manhunt in Ukrainian history. Anatoly ensured his crimes would be forever remembered, not just in Ukraine, but throughout the entire world. Next
"anatoly" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Of age former soldier in petty thief. Anatoly Ono prank, oh had his first taste of murder when he shot his elderly landlady during a botched robbery he enjoyed the sense of power. He felt afterward and soon claimed to hear voices encouraging him to kill again Anatoly resumed his normal life as a thief in the months following the murder of his landlady. He often burglarized homes with a friend named Sergei Rogozin who he had met while working out at the gym regotiation wasn't intimidating man taller and broader with a buzz cut and permanently cruel expression. The two were experienced thieves and made a formidable team one night on the way back from a burglary trip to Russia. The two men spotted a car on a deserted road, pulling a trailer without warning Anatoly cut the car off and stopped short in. In front of the vehicle the man in the car slammed on his brakes and laid out his horn gonna totally grabbed a rifle from the back seat and got out of the car or goes in was taken aback, but grabbed his own weapon without any questions and followed Anna totally onto the road. Gregorian assumed they would rob the car and leave as they done in the past. Anatoly had something else in mind, he approached the driver of the car and yelled at him to roll down the window and soon as the driver complied Anatoly shot him at point blank range, and without missing a beat fired another shot at the driver's wife. Who was sitting in the passenger seat? Bre goes in wasn't shock. He angrily asked on a totally why he had murdered. The couple Anatolia's is only reply was that he would kill regards family. If it goes in ever told anyone what had just happened confused and a little frightened regotiation helped Anatoly buried the bodies and set fire to car a month later in nineteen eighty nine. Nine were goes and was again driving with Anatoly down a deserted road when Anatoly stopped another couple in their car, just like before Anatoly seemed seized by a sudden violent urge he ordered the couple to roll down their window and without warning shot them, both this brought Anatoly victim count up to five goes and couldn't understand Anatolia's bloodlust in his mind that always stolen together for the money. In fact, reclusive had considered Anatoly week can strange almost in shock. He now watched Anatoly drag a murdered couple from their car and throw them in the ditch at the side of the road without a trace of remorse, not bothering to wipe the blood from his hands and clothes. Anatoly took what money he could from the victims and again, set fire to the car and the bodies in his words to get rid of the evidence for weeks for goes in had been growing increase. Singley terrified of Anna. Totally he noticed that Anatoly did not like seeing families together, especially families with children and this made regarding scared that his own children were in danger after the second set of roadside murders rebels in cut ties with Anatoly initially. He feared Anatoly would be angry that goes in no longer wanted to work together. But he hardly reacted at all as long as regards. Then swore to keep his mouth shut about the murders. Anatoly seemed happy to be on his own. Thanks to the randomness of Anatolia's crimes and the political turmoil in Ukraine Anatolian, reducing were not pursued by police authorities investigated the sites of the two burnt cars. But could not assign a motive or pick up on any leads. Of course, this was because there was no motive Anatoly. Whether at the whims of the voices, he heard or simply from sudden violent anger murdered his victims for no discernible reason. Though, the crimes took place only four weeks apart. Police never connected the two incidents or suspected them of being committed by the same perpetrators, the lack of consequences strengthened, Anatolia's belief that this was the path he had been born to follow. He relived the murders over and over in his mind fascinated with the final moments of his victims lives. It was during these moments that the victims gave Anatoly something he often craved in his daily life. Attention years of subsisting in poor conditions and stealing for his livelihood had made Anatoly feeling Nord by the wider world. He detested. The masses of people who brushed past him in the streets and avoided I contact for typically avoiding the families who seemed so happy together. But when his victims pleaded with Anatoly for their lives. He was finally the center of their worlds, it fed is ego and compelled him to keep killer. Anatoly feelings are consistent with those of many killers who believe themselves to be special and deserving of notoriety neurologist, Jack payment rights that individuals with delusions of grandeur like Anatoly are at a high risk for psychopathic behavior. Anatolia's frustration that his potential was not being recognized led him to seek violent revenge against society. But of course, it only pushed him farther into isolation after rebels cut ties with Anatoly in nineteen eighty nine. Anatoly robbed homes on his own, but not even the boldest burglaries could give him the thrill. He experienced while killing several months after reducing left. Anatoly decided he needed to kill you. Once again swerved in front of a family on a dark road in the middle of the night. After the car was stopped Anatoly approached with a rifle and demanded the driver rolled down his window. This time. Anatoly saw sleeping eleven year old child in the backseat the family he had stopped was on their way back from a road trip and were only miles from their hometown. Without hesitating Anatoly shot the man driving the car and then his wife in the passenger seat. He then opened the back door and shot the sleeping boy before he knew what was happening the murder of a child was nothing to Anna Tolley. He despised the children of happy families as much as he did their parents. He calmly dragged his three victims to the side of the road grabbed a can of gasoline from the trunk of his car and set the bodies of flame. But after this latest killing something changed Framatome the craving to kill which had gradually increased over the course of nineteen Eighty-nine, we seed it slightly. He assumed that sooner or later the police would connect his murders over the previous year making his deeds if not his name famous throughout Ukraine. This satisfied his need to be recognized and he decided to leave Ukraine in search of a new passion. We'll discover one passion stole attitude as heart in a moment. Now back to the story. In nineteen ninety at the age of thirty one
"anatoly" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The inner Richmond. Anatoly Sharon was getting his taxes done. A stone's throw from where the gas explosion occurred after a main was hit by a contractor. Because we'll start drinking. The fully down. It was about that time. That Tara Maynard with picking up her niece from school. I hear the rumble. I'd kind of like a rumba I only it was an earthquake. So I dropped my niece avenue friends asked. And then I just came up to watch what was going on. She wants to along with hundreds at Amazon Parker is flames shot out of the ground for hours. USF student win tau was at the gym and got a text from a roommate. My apartment is literally right behind the fire. We can't sleep in it tonight because the smoke the building that housed Hong Kong lounge to a favorite place for Chinese food. For many was destroyed the evacuated were unable to get back to their homes or work for hours. Traffic was snarled a thirty eight year he bus forced to reroute. Plaza wrapped at as the gas was turned off and the flames letdown in San Francisco marketshare KCBS PG promises to overhaul its wildfire prevention measures that decision comes in response to growing legal financial and public pressure over PG knees role in starting some of the most destructive wildfires in California history. PG proposes building new weather stations fireproofing more miles of electrical wiring and shutting off power to more customers. More often when wildfire danger is at its highest and the utility reform network says the PG and main proposal the shut off power during wildfire threats should be an emergency response. Only spokeswoman Mindy spat said the plunging customers into darkness when wildfire danger is high is a risk to public safety. Spat said the PG should prioritize improvements to a quick and training of its workers. Coming up on KCBS. I'm Doug sovereign in Oakland with the latest. On progress or not to head off a public school strikes. It's three away with a look at.
"anatoly" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Your watches is ticking on it because he's the biggest star in the sport. Undoubtedly the biggest star in the sport, and he seemed like he's outgrown the sport, dig about what he's had to do in the last couple of years as being the biggest star. He's jumped weight classes, three times. So he's looking to squeeze the juice out of the UFC wherever there is juice, and then he's also jumped sport to go fight a Floyd Mayweather to try and squeeze some juice because there's not enough. Nutrients in star quality and a UFC. So this is a guy who's like what's left here. And what's next for me now the UFC is buttering his grid. So respect the, you have c. for what they have built in terms of his brand, and it turns of his exposure. But you tell me somebody tell me that's genius in the sport. What is next for Conor McGregor? 'cause it doesn't look satisfying. I think they should just cut to the chase here though. This to me, Marvin Hagler explained all this. You know this due to see sleeping in silk pajama to get up and do the work that it takes to compete with a to compete with anybody UFC. It took two years to get back in the octave. Yeah, he he made that hundred million dollars. We're Floyd and all his pajamas turned to sell and it's hard to get up out of bed and do that work. And again, when he goes, if he goes and sex tape or he just starts checking his head right now for them bruises, that could be. Put on him. He does not want to do that kind of work anymore is so different from the fighters and I go, I know this is a and UFC, but it's so different than the boxing game where a fighter big purse used to be a million dollars. Okay. He's been a million dollars real quick real. We've got six hundred thousand. You blink. You go. And so I just think when you make a hundred million dollars like now, that takes a lot of the thirst away if Sugar Ray Leonard and Roberta odor and Marvin Hagler had fault during this era, you know they might have fought twenty times in their entire career. It just like a USA UFC guy are particularly Connor the money he's made if he's fall twenty twenty-five thirty times in a UFC. Yes, time to move on. Yeah, dig about it. What's left in a UFC easy. You face whatever stars are left, but that means now Desa great fighter dead guys. Khabib stars are great. You don't want to do that. In and they'll still pajamas or they're not as great. That means they don't have star quality. That means we're not interested as consumers. So he's really in a dilemma like I don't know which way to play this. So I think maybe transition to a different entertainment scope and something easier on the body. Hi, welcome back home. Patrick Mahomes and Marcellus Wiley here. With lock. We're joined now by box NFL Anatoly Gonzales Jennings or you. Let's move to. I thought we were talking about Patrick Mahomes over. We're gonna talk about Tom Brady's comments about Mahomes Brady's gearing up for a match up with the greatest quarterback in NFL. Patrick Mahomes in the candidacy chiefs on Sunday Brady couldn't escape questions about this year's breakout. Superstar quarterback. The greatest quarterback of all time Brady says Mahomes has been quote impressive. He also put the brakes on comparisons to his own rookie year. Football is was different. Then you know, I think now tro football's more glorified college football, I think at some ways it's the transition. It's more similar game than what it used to be. You know, when I first started football now is, is you know, with removing some of the physical elements of the game, it's just it's more of a space game, and you know, you see a lot of kind of college place. You know more in the pro game now than than what I remember when I started. I hate to say this little hater in the house. I think. I mean, I think his comments are accurate. The game is changed, but why are you gotta say this week? You said that last week you could have said it last year. The rules have been changed. I love Tom Brady, but I mean, this sounds a little. This is some shade being thrown here. Patrick Mahomes and I don't understand it. Look at you talking person. Whole home. Turbo beat three more than any advantage you look good..
Poisoning suspect is highly decorated Russian colonel, investigative group says
"The British investigative group. Belling cat says it has identified one of the two suspects in the poisoning of an ex Russian spy as a highly decorated Colonel of the Russian military intelligence agency, GRU Belen cat said Wednesday that the suspect whose passport name was Roussillon Bushehr off is in fact, Colonel Anatoly Chipita Britain has charged him and another suspect Alexander Petrov with trying to kill Russia next. Spicer gay strip ball and his daughter Yulia Soviet-designed nerve agent, Novi Chuck and the city of Salisbury on March fourth Russia has fiercely denied any involvement in the
UK investigative group: Spy poisoning suspect is GRU colonel
"An online investigative groups as it has uncovered the real identity of one of the Russian intelligence officers links to the souls Breton of agent poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter the man Rousselin Bashirov and his colleague told Russian television. They're going to Salisbury to visit its cathedral Gordon career reports. Investigators had said they thought resembled sheriff was a pseudonym for an undercover officer from the GRU Russian military intelligence. Now, the Belen cat investigative team say they've identified the man as Colonel Anatoly Chipita British officials will not comment on the ongoing investigation will let the BBC understands. There is no dispute about the identification a picture of Chipita from a two thousand and three passport file looks like a younger version of the man he used the identity risk Bashir of when visiting the UK
"anatoly" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Goes his presentation correct because is now head of roscosmos having. Left exactly deputy prime minister and she was just recently this spring he was appointed. He was kind of demoted from the position. Of the deputy prime minister but he was appointed to be the. Head of roscosmos Rogozin plan to retire proton and replace it with on Gara and also upgrade saw us so that is that. Would be the commercial enterprise going forward over these next years that, sounds like a solid thing to do, I don't think there's any that I can't find a negative here. Anatoly Can. You Well the question is how smoothly they will be able to problem was. Right now like, I said I'm Garay is still in pretty much experimental test, flights? Stage right so, they too will they and for commercial missions in order for it to enter, commercial market does Amy to make to, achieve very very. Difficult goals one of them were studied use the price because when you build rocket experimentally, like gold, it's it's. It's golden it's very expensive to build experimental one time vehicle when if you have must production which they don't have at, this point then the price August it. Comes down that's. The problem, number one the problem, number two if doesn't have a launch pad yet for for which is suitable for. Social, missions David if I can switch to SIS lunar for just, a moment. Go ahead you're writing, of. SIS lunar first, of all Anatoly the Russians want to participate. Insys lunar how is? That plan are they? Held back Because of the lack of Angara. Or because proton is? In this retirement phase Gary. One of the issues because of course that would be even. A headed away they would certainly use it to deliver their component right now it's one component which they hope the price for this lunar station However base of other option to put it probably on us alas on with in. Launch with NASA about the, Orion spacecraft as a, sort of piggyback payload but the the the, whole project is right now he's initial. Design stage and there are a number of political issues which. Are also involved we know that it's also of course in waltz US Russian relations very. Difficult of course so so Russia right now is the level of space management the, space officials they come see several threats are just one one of them was sort of backups right atrium in case space station was not doesn't. Work out go to China and built joints space station with China and that's going on behind the scene as. Well so there's also planned to even to take some components of the international, space, station which is flying right now in use brash as, far, as a new kind of new-generation space station that he build us into separate space station. So that sort of taken strategist right now in. Human spaceflight which are I've been discussed within roscosmos David Anatoly I see lots of articles. About the financial crunch and, what can Russia actually Afford so can they afford a participation with the US on lob g insys lunar could. They afford to partner with China what what is their financial condition for space This is difficult to to say I would say that articles which I see in. The western press, the sort of the simply assume that that Russians have no money and they ask humid from, the point of view of genial economic situation inside Russia but in fact we don't know, exactly, how how Russian space in the city is finance because first of all big partner with this finance to the, ministry of, defence and that death is mostly classified we. We don't know exactly exact. Numbers will also know there was a general threat for a friend in a past let's say damn cume years for Ps of space budget so, that's also the fact so. All this space budget was hit several times in the past couple of years? When the sanctions and crush the ruble? And? Stuff like that but executive exact dynamics The exact picture is, kind of not very well known but it's also mix the the rumors or kind of, small, details piece of information would kind of give mixed picture there are some reports that might be some increase and, there are, some reports that some of the programs will. Be here so it's probably. Depends on who supports what there is of course military aspect to this and there was a civilian part of the program so it's hard to. Tell at this point That keeps the Russian space web dot com He is also the author of Russian space they passed explain the future explored and certainly proton is a profound part of the past not, to be. Part of the future Anatoly site Russian. Space web has an a subscription to it. David Livingston Dr. Space of the space show I'm John bachelor this is. Hotel Mars episode end checking in on Russia always the first and most successful. Of the rush of the big space programs roscosmos I'm John Batchelor My name is Lawrence Sullivan. And I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis nine. Years ago and. I was severely disabled and about six years ago my. Mother had found balance of nature so we decided to give it a try. Because at that point Nothing was helping I was skeptical. At first but over time I realized I had more. Energy levels I was sleeping better which was huge and my hair looked better my skin looked better my nails look better and then I was able to weed off some of those medications and I know had I not found. Balance of nature I would, not, be, living, the, quality of..
"anatoly" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Major obstacles to manned interplanetary flight and should be ready to send. Humans to Mars in. The second decade of the century according. To the head of, a once. Secret space Science Institute This is in the London Times by the way Just so, you know fifteen years of trial and error aboard the MIR space, station have given Russia unmatched experience in choosing training feeding supporting crews of, spaceflights lasting. A year or more according to Anatoly Greg Gareth It also has yielded vital information on keeping crew members sane two hundred and eighty million miles away even. American experts believe that the Russians have, a lead in dealing with extended periods of weightlessness and. The psychological problems of? Orbiting rather than flying away from earth are engineers believe we can do this by twenty twenty and from a medical point of view there are no big hurdles left to hinder such mission isn't this amazing professor the professors said that. He started at rather startled the space science world earlier this month with a prediction that Russia would, dispatch crew to Mars as early as twenty sixteen the forecast raised eyebrows not, only because MIR and with it the, core of Moscow's manned space exploration program had plunged into the South, Pacific a few days earlier but also because with a projected GDP for, two, thousand One of three hundred and thirty one billion dollars that's gross domestic product right that's fifty four billion dollars less than the Netherlands Russia is ill equipped to finance an, expedition that now's estimates could cost four hundred billion dollars four hundred billion dollars and in a whole. Year Russia only has three hundred and thirty one billion Is their entire gross domestic product so how could they. Possibly do it and yet they're saying that they're, going to do it that he can. Do it Russia can do? It and apparently wants to do it and they're talking about MIR two as well Isn't this a mystery MIR to remember we, caught that that night Remember that. When I. What caught what, the cosmonaut said MIR? Too and I said what Well sure enough to they're talking about and they're talking. About I get maybe they'd have to have MIR to. If they. Were going to, Mars So maybe they're really serious about, going to, Mars I hope we.
Trump to Invite Putin to Washington, Blindsiding His Intelligence Chief
"Taking place on this Friday involving a secretly recorded. Tape, of President Trump allegedly talking with then lawyer Michael Cohen. About something Trump is flatly denied since taking office that is an affair and hush money correspondent, Aaron Katersky, tonight months before the two thousand sixteen election sources familiar with the, matter, told, ABC, news. Michael Cohen recorded his conversation. With Donald, Trump about payments to Karen McDougal the former playboy model who claimed she had a ten month affair with Troy Trump a. Decade earlier he denied it the recording was, among the millions of items. Seized an FBI raids of, Cohen's property earlier this year and is now in the hands of. Federal prosecutors here in New York who are deciding whether to charge Cohen with crime Trump's lawyers. Say stop tripping keep it moving nothing here, to see but critics, say team Trump can downplay this latest development all they want. But you, can't spend this also today another Putin Trump summit in Washington at, the, White, House oh maybe no word. Of food. And has. RSVP, yes do the invite from President, Trump vis-a-vis John Bolton but those who were upset over the first summit aren't happier any happier probably more noise at this latest possible get, together correspondent Patrick revealed in Moscow the first Russian response to president Donald Trump's proposal that he and Putin hold a second summit this time in the United States this full came from Russia's ambassador to Washington, who said, that Moscow is open to discussing, the idea the ambassador Anatoly antonoff told a conference in Moscow that Russia believes is more important to find Agreements. Around. Specific issues than to simply multiply the number of, summits they said the Russia was always ready to consider further. Meetings last, time a Russian leader visited the White House was close. To ten years ago wins news time seven oh five, they'll even though Broadway reopened to traffic it'll take days before Fifth Avenue between nineteen th and. Twenty second are cleaned up after yesterday steam pipe explosion in the flatiron district and if you're in. The area would it happen don't wash or dry clean your clothes yes you've heard it right New Yorkers are resilient and so they're going about their business Carlos Rodriguez lives outside the affected area. However he was outside dog. Walking, minutes after the blast he said he felt the dust from. The blast, at his throat until he went home it took a shower he put, the contaminated clothes in the bathroom hamper. He has since found out that was the wrong thing to do so he. Took them out of the hamper put them in a bag. And he. Brought them to con Ed he has his best to so the best, way to do. It, is to. Bring it to them and they can, dispose of it properly and I'll get some compensation hopefully Frederick. Is put in a claim for, three hundred dollars con Ed says it, will work throughout the weekend and, next week to? Fix the pipe fix. The street and? Clean. Up best this Carol We Fifth Avenue, went twenty-third see if you were near yesterday's explosion check out the ten ten wins.
Judge orders extension of aid for Puerto Rico storm evacuees
"Time is twelve forty. Nine we've, got eighty four. Degrees and beautiful sunny skies. In, Boston good afternoon I'm art, Cohen WBZ, news our top stories. Now the funeral mass for Weymouth police Sergeant Michael chestnut has ended his body is headed for its final resting place at blue hill cemetery in Braintree in Missouri divers have recovered four bodies from a lake where a duck boat packed with tourists capsized and sank in high winds that brings, the death toll to seventeen fourteen people were, rescued after the boat went down on table rock lake in. Branson sabre-rattling from President Trump in the developing, trade war with, China he says he's ready. To hit every product imported from China. With tariffs on Wall Street the Dow is up about thirty one the NASDAQ is up about thirteen and the s. and p. five hundred is up to a, federal judge in Massachusetts. Is giving hundreds of hurricane Maria Evacuees living in hotels nationwide more time to use temporary housing vouchers the judges extending a temporary restraining order allowing the evacuees to use the vouchers through, at least checkout time on August seventh he, wants to hold another hearing and expects to issue an order. On August sixth the evacuees have been living, in hotels on, the mainland since they fled. The island after hurricane Maria last September. Evacuees sued FEMA earlier this month just hours before the housing assistance was supposed to end the agency says participating hotels are being notified about the extension After President Trump was criticized for not challenging Russian President Vladimir Putin on. Election interference when they met in Finland on Monday the president is now extending an invitation to Putin to visit the United. States it's unclear yet if Putin will. Accept the invitation but Russia's ambassador to Washington has now said, Moscow could, be open to the idea ABC's Patrick reveal in Moscow has more, the first Russian response to president Donald, Trump's proposal that he invited me Putin, hold a second summit this time in the United States this full came from Russia's, ambassador to Washington who said that Moscow is open to discussing the idea the. Ambbassador, Anatoly antonoff told a conference in Moscow though that Russia believes it's more important to find agreements around specific issues then. Simply multiply the number of, summits they said the Russia was always ready to consider. Further meetings ABC, news Moscow if you or your kids are Gamers and you're into fortnight a heads. Up there are scammers out there who are hijacking people's accounts getting their credit card info and running. Up big bills this Ohio mother says a gamer convinced her teenage son to give his user information in exchange for add-ons. For his avatar she ended up getting. Billed for hundreds of dollars in purchases I think it's an, eye opener, you know when it happens to you He just wanted other. Parents to be aware she says the gamer also killed, off the character her son had put hundreds of dollars. Into WBZ news time is twelve fifty two traffic and weather together coming up next last thing at night Alexa wake.
"anatoly" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"India cyber warfare that's something we didn't have in the cold war i think it's very dangerous and the hot piece and i think it's going to get a lot more dangerous and then sanctions throughout the entire cold war the united states never put a major political figures or economic figures in the soviet union on the sanctions list that's happening today in the hot piece putin is in the title of your book he's a character that overhangs a lot of what you talk about in your book windy that i meet vladimir putin i met him a long time ago i met him in the spring of nineteen ninety one at the time he was deputy mayor in saint petersburg and leningrad at the time he worked for a democratic reformist dame anatoly sub chuck i was there with a an american nongovernmental organization called the national democratic institute and we were there to help them educate them about how in a democratic society city councils ratifying approve a city budget pretty pretty boring stuff i don't have a strong impression of him i would've never in a million years have said after that meeting that he was going to be a president of russia he did not have that kind of charismatic personality and we did debate there was already rumors back then that he had worked for the kgb and i remember us debating has he changed his views and now is working for this this democratic reformer or is he there to spy on anatoly subject and watch what he was doing and at the time it wasn't clear i think in retrospect it was probably a bit of both why are you banned from russia well after russia annexed territory in ukraine and then supported separatists in eastern ukraine the obama administration put on a series of sanctions against russia and government officials and some russian business people and so they responded and they put some american officials and.
Russia warns of 'consequences' after US attack on Syria
"Special report strikes on syria i'm christopher cruise russia is warning that there will be consequences for yesterday's us led military strikes on chemical plants in syria russian ambassador anatoly onto nov off called the attacks an insult to president putin british prime minister theresa may this morning said the missile strikes were justified this attack should surprise no one we know that the syrian regime has an utterly abhorrent record of using chemical weapons against its own people france also took part of the missile attacks pentagon correspondent ryan brown on the targets of the strikes research facility near damascus the capital there was a storage site near homs and there was a command center near homs these strikes designed to both help degrade that program as well as deter the regime from using chemical weapons in the future i'm christopher cruise tornado watches are in effect today for parts of iowa nebraska kansas missouri oklahoma arkansas and texas says no meteorologist jared guyer here are other candidates other there are other tornado warned storms tornado warnings are these short fuse a warning statements that tornado is imminent in certainly there no number of active tornado warnings across parts of arkansas far eastern oklahoma into southern missouri storm system sweeping through the plains is also bringing in cold weather a blizzard warning is in effect for south dakota southwestern minnesota northwestern iowa nebraska and northern kansas health investigators say chopped romain lettuce from arizona is the most likely cause of an e coli outbreak in seven states if least seven people have been sickened in new jersey new york and connecticut for nba playoff games today for more tomorrow i'm christopher cruise.
Massive storm system spawns tornado in Arkansas, blizzard in Plains
"Fisher building this is the great voice of the great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit seven am on syria i'm christopher cruise russia is warning that there will be consequences for yesterday's us led military strikes on chemical plants in syria russian ambassador anatoly unto nov called the attacks in insult to president vladimir putin british prime minister theresa may this morning said the missile strikes were justified at this attack should surprise no one we know that the syrian regime has an awfully abhorrent record of using chemical weapons against its own people france also took part of the missile attacks pentagon correspondent ryan brown on the targets of the strikes research facility near damascus the capital there was a storage site near homs and there was a command center near homs these strikes designed to both help degrade that program as wells deter the regime from using chemical weapons in the future i'm christopher cruise tornado watches are in effect today for parts of iowa nebraska kansas missouri oklahoma arkansas and texas says noah meteorologist jared guyer here are other candidates other there are other tornado warned storms tornado warnings are these short fuse warning statements that tornado is imminent in certainly there number of active tornado warnings across parts of arkansas far eastern oklahoma into southern missouri storm system sweeping through the plains is also bringing in cold weather a blizzard warning is in effect for south dakota southwestern minnesota northwestern iowa nebraska and northern kansas health investigators say chopped romain lettuce from arizona is the most likely cause of an e coli outbreak in seven states at least seven people have been sickened in new jersey new york and connecticut for nba playoff games today four more tomorrow i'm christopher cruise seven hundred sixty wjr news are meadowland rem wbz news time seven oh two currently it's forty three degrees a winter storm watch has been issued for portions of southern michigan from the i sixty nine quarter and north this morning through sunday morning also there is a winter weather advisory for livingston oakland mccomb counties beginning at eleven am today until noon tomorrow so watch out for icy conditions north of m fifty nine a detroit monarchs expected to be arraigned today.
Trump and Western Allies Expel Scores of Russians in Sweeping Rebuke Over U.K. Poisoning
"The united states at least twenty other nations have joined in a mass expulsion of russian diplomats sixty are being kicked out of the us alone in a bid to punish the kremlin for an attack on a former russian spy nick schifrin begins our coverage we have from the british parliament it is part of a pattern of increasingly aggressive russian behavior to the european council we remained critical of the actions of the russian government to the white house this is not the type of conduct that the united states are allies can accept a united attempt to isolate and punish russia for the alleged poisoning of former russian spies sergei scree paul and his daughter yulia today eighteen countries simultaneously announced expulsions and more than one hundred russian diplomats accused of being intelligence officers european leaders say they wanted to express solidarity with british prime minister theresa may together we had sent a message that we will not tolerate russia's continued attempts to flout international law and undermine our values in addition to closing the seattle consulate the trump administration will expel sixty russians accused of spine the largest number of russians expelled from the us ever in response russia vowed cold warstyle reciprocal retaliation the russian embassy in washington trolls with a twitter poll which us consulate general would you close russia if it was up to you ambassador to the us anatoly antonoff said moscow had nothing to do with the former spies death deal with the united states of america is doing today they are destroying what little remained of us russian ties i would add that all the responsibility for ruining russian american relations is on the united states of america the us russia relationship has been deteriorating since the twenty fourteen russian invasion and annexation of crimea in two thousand sixteen in response to election hacking the obama administration closed russian compounds then moscow limited the number of us staffers in russia than the us close russia's san francisco consulate than the trump administration imposed more sanctions today's announcement is the trump administration's harshest punishment today i had a call with president putin and congratulated him on the victory president trump himself has not echoed his administration's criticism of russia today the white house said russia must change its behaviour but said the door dialogue was still open the.
"anatoly" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Anything that as a driver of a vehicle you would obviously you would see ano defect how you would drive their interesting getting all that stuff labels would stuff like cars pedestrians stop science like any sort of streetsign ensure streetlight any sort of obstacle in the road construction in the road or anything that might walk off certain areas they care about cycle as the about motorcyclists they care about debris in the road they care about the the lane markings to be able to learn what the lane structures are it's a pretty wide berth of different things that they want to be labelled and when they want them label the really just want them recognize in all these images and anatoly with with really high with real equality and that's important for training but also for benchmarking because they can also run their vision recognition systems on that video and get their computer geno rated labels which are much cheaper to generate which eventually all these cars will be hopefully some day generating their own labellings but the they can look at those labellings and do a death between those labels and what the humans have labelled as is that what they do yeah exactly another you caught the nail gnat or hit the nail on the head another huge used case for a lot of these companies is sort of getting this massive russian passing data set or they can they can use the ground truth and and compare how exactly their sister performing relative to it where their systems failing is it mostly edge cases or are there are things that would seem totally obvious that are not edge cases at all with the cars are still failing to recognize slick a pedestrian or a stop sign yeah great question so with any type of deep learning approach your warning get weird you're going at performance that that you don't expect necessarily so with any type of system at some stage.
"anatoly" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Oh i never had a problem streaming video from any site from which i've streamed and there was no big call out for you know oh my god we knock i always had lots of prague with those because i was cheap on what kind of video cards i bought but that doesn't have anything to do with anatoly so yeah i mean that they're just i never really understood what the impetus was for this beyond just fear it was always just the fear that something might happen and then every now and then they could point to some example those eat belittle corporation some obscure example of that they they said was proof that you know these companies were going to lock down the internet if we just wait long enough they're gonna completely slowdown everything except for people who pay through the nose and it just never has happened under net neutrality the internet has become quite a neutral in its political bias season and how it treats users who in terms of people using services like twitter like facebook who were been pete allies and even banned for the words they use news or the ideas they express which is supposed to be completely impossible well i don't think that had anything to do with net neutrality out they claim that that was one of the purposes of net neutrality but it turned out to nieto be not the case i i hadn't heard only got control of things there was you'll well you know it's what's important is that are leftwing ideas must have equal access but i had never heard that net neutrality was in any way affecting you know what ideas would be allowed is my understanding that was only affecting the packets i'll had to betray world willing worried that the core of those evil corporations with limit v access of their ideas to the internet it always talked about i mean that's that's uh that the let us and that is at glasgow yovani fear yeah and this is a classic leftwing thing where they always project the things that they imagined doing to people as being done to them being done to them well in it that is the motivator bhutto behind why people get involved in politics is to try to stop.
"anatoly" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Way an opportunity short anatoly got a deemed the goal here on the second minor pelni to sluggish a black hole for four in a negative one in the special teams on back at the heart zone opted your august distance got the puk carries that i had tried to pass it over to flex their kunitz bought blue line he runs into gaza citizen kane got the park behindtheback pass malls at center ice acm up all the lightning wine right point feted in vice lot there's kudos to pick it off again passing two point harassing the hot wind hill ragged little time off the clock can take at the center right but he coughed it up twenty him off the qena with a lightning wind down the right wing to the corner spins it behind the net to the left wing corner stroh's tried to foot back in behind it hit the referee laze in the left corner finish rose at a whacked off his stick to the left point gustis back danas draws up put over it overcame right point to gustafsen high slot pires months out with a blockers say celeski in the puck deflects up into the protective netting onenothing tampa bay with twenty one seconds left in period number two faceoff will stay in a lightning zone do the right of vassal lefty skaka by cox hockey is sponsored by the kerry lang auto group that doesn't say gary laying on the back you bleep paid too much correct trying to do that the way to entry at tampere completely taking it away in patrick came in next malt basically an entire sewn and a half but we from the play not too thrilled on that the minister's way too casual and temperatures take it away that backside passing in the nobody wants to enter the.
"anatoly" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The saint petersburg mayor anatoly sobchak and social i turn journalist um you know she's running not to win but consolidate votes who disagree with president putin's policies but fundamentally this is all about turn out which is why we seen the volley call and supporters and other candidates to boycott because the idea here it is to make the race look illegitimate in the eyes of many russians who wanted to see him compete against let him or putin and really saw him as the only competition putin's government has been so harsh on political opponents somehow landed behind bars others have died under mysterious circumstances what does it take to be an opposition leader in today's russia well if you ask navali it takes a guts i mean certainly we've seen a lot of volleys of colleagues from the opposition some have been murdered as you mentioned the boers number solve for example some have gone into exile i think of someone like the billionaire calcutta cough ski or the chest star garry kasparov but only has been the only one to really staying compete and of course his brother's behind bars as we speak he's been convicted in on many occasions certainly these various criminal cases are turned against them and that's the reason why he was excluded from this race they say that he was convicted on embezzlement charges that made him ineligible for the elections there have been points in russian history where a crackdown on political opposition has led to street protests and a grassroots uprising does anything similar seem brewing now i think that's the real question by not allowing a volley into this race you're saying to all these people who supported him over the years in particular over this past year as he's really connected into the regions that their voices don't matter that they can participate in the electoral while process the fact that their candidate after all his work is not allowed certainly mit gives them the opportunity not many opportunities other than the street at this point charles maine's is.
"anatoly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The memoirs of aci named anatoly dope raina who was the prelude ambassador to the united states for thirty years he wrote his memoirs amid 1990 an memoir and the guy very measure memoir talked about the fact that during the nine eighty with a pro by jimmy carter's happen saying hey let's work together to sort of undermine reagan 'cause you hear all of our he talk more about senator edward kennedy meeting with the elite official that you the same thing to undermine reagan thing on the eighty four campaign with walter mondale so you know anybody who wants to free candidate unfortunately this does not go on occasionally you being intellectually dishonest or they're not very well worse and worse than history i wish you couldn't go on but it vows go off let's start with collusion here i've i've been the i think pretty much the only one on that has focused extensively on the amount of evidence of collusion with ukraine focused extensively on hillary sign off on the uranium one deal in the amount of money kicked back and focus probably almost the is the only voice in the media the points out well if it's so bad influence foreign election why was obama trying to influence the outcome of the israeli election and defeat sitting prime minister of our one of our closest allies yeah that's right i mean look this way the game of politics kwaidan am i think the important thing we only have to do is when we find out that there's been contact with foreign leaders has been an exchange of bonn as well so have between the clinton and russian and from chinese entities the question is well if they get humping return either evidence that there were some kind of exchange were quid pro quo and i think one of the problem that the trump narrative i have as it relates to collusion is there's no fan of her to the washington claiming in fact if you look at the policy that vow proper for food consider good for example his energy policy which is the one that he had when i announced his campaign which is to crack crap take american energy and make it robot and make a net energy order well that is.