24 Burst results for "Archimedes"

"archimedes" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"archimedes" Discussed on No Agenda

"Asc in the same aches boards in the same damn pulling away. We're pulling away from the russia thing. Because part of the quid-pro-quo. I like visit quid. Pro quo going on. And that's what that's carries three way kerry three-way three three-way underway ass right. Everybody okay well there you go. Only one show mix by request. And that's really all we got listens no agenda by archimedes johnson in a your end of show for today coming up next on no agenda stream dot com also find the bullet troll troll room dot. Io grim grumpy the grand peel bands are back and we will be back with you on thursdays and get an extra day to prepare and see what what the elites have in store for us next. I'm always excited coming to you. From the heart of hill country texas fema region number six in the governmental maps in the morning everybody. I'm adam curry from northern silicon valley. Where it's another. This is kind of a gloomy gloomy overcast can muggiest crap and jesse d'ivoire act. We will return on thursday. Please remember aceh devora dot org slash a until then audio smoke foes john. Gimme a cab. A cab gab. Call me cobb. I said give me a cab. Oh okay by win tomorrow Welcome everybody to a brand new program on the pop show network which would be titled a number of things. We chose no agenda show with imaging no once they call him john gender ratio zapper. Daniela.

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"archimedes" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"archimedes" Discussed on No Agenda

"Asc in the same makes shorts in the same damn pulling away. We're pulling away from the russia thing. Because part of the quid pro quote. I like visit. Quid pro quo going on. And that's what that's carries. Three way kerry three-way carries three ways. Underway ass right. Everybody okay well there you go. Only one show mix by request. And that's really all we got listens no agenda by archimedes johnson in a your end of show for today coming up next on no agenda stream dot com also find the bullet troll troll room dot. Io grim grumpy the grand peel bands are back and we will be back with you. On thursdays mean get an extra day to prepare and see what what the elites have in store for us next. I'm always excited coming to you. From the heart of hill country texas fema region number six in the governmental maps in the morning everybody. I'm adam curry from northern silicon valley. Where it's another. This is kind of a gloomy gloomy overcast can muggiest crap and jesse d'ivoire act. We will return on thursday. Please remember us devora dot org slash a until then audio smoke foes john. Gimme a cab. A cab gab. Call me cobb. I said give me a cab. Oh okay by window. Welcome everybody to a brand new program on the pop show network which would be titled a number of things. We chose no agenda show with imaging no once they call him john. Rich show zapper. Daniela.

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"archimedes" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:53 min | 11 months ago

"archimedes" Discussed on No Agenda

"Asc in the same aches words in the same damn pulling away. We're pulling away from the russia thing. Because part of the quid-pro-quo. I like visit quid. Pro quo going on. And that's what that's carries three way kerry three-way three three-way underway ass right. Everybody okay well there you go. Only one show mix by request. And that's really all we got listens no agenda by archimedes johnson in a your end of show for today coming up next on no agenda stream dot com also find the bullet troll troll room dot. Io grim grumpy the grand peel bands are back and we will be back with you. On thursdays mean get an extra day to prepare and see what what the elites have in store for us next. I'm always excited coming to you. From the heart of hill country texas fema region number six in the governmental maps in the morning everybody. I'm adam curry from northern silicon valley. Where it's another. This is kind of a gloomy gloomy overcast can muggiest crap and jesse d'ivoire act. We will return on thursday. Please remember aceh devora dot org slash a until then audio smoke foes. John gimme a cab cab gab. Call me cobb. I said give me a cab. Oh okay by win tomorrow Welcome everybody to a brand new program on the pop show network which would be titled a number of things. We chose no agenda show with imaging. No they call john gender ratio zapper. Daniela.

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Round (Circles and Spheres)

Breaking Math Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

Round (Circles and Spheres)

"Merrill what do you think is cool about spheres in circles and all that from top logical standpoint spheres are pretty much the simplest shape you can think of. It's like join everything anything to a spear and it's still the same shape like take a taurus. Join us to it. just glues. fear. It's the same thing. It's kind of like the identity of top logical objects. Explain what you mean by joining us via taurus. So suppose he had just a tourist like a regular old donut and let's say you cut a hole out of that. Any cut a whole lot of the sphere and you glued those two together. The sphere would just kind of disappear into that torres just still be the same donut would still have the same donut hole. So tom logically. They're interesting interesting for other way for other reasons. I mean i like. I like the fact that they could be extended to any Dimensioned even though they're continuous objects could do that. With hyper hyper parabolas and pre aids. And all that stuff. But we're doing an episode on spheres. Just because they're cool they're the simplest object but we have all this math related to them. I mean you played as we're going to see to find his entire system of math using spheres and straight edges and so without further ado regal history of sears in circles which is a very difficult thing to do because planets are spherical. I mean spirited just exist naturally but i guessed We could talk about the early history. The early history. I mean people didn't understand spheres very well. They interested in a long time the study of pie until about a thousand see people that was between three and three point. One two five which is not very accurate finally euclid started using spheres and circles to do different proofs and he did this with compass straight edge geometry and merrill say anything about straight as geometry like doing explain maybe the limits of what you can do with head. I mean it's proved by construction. I mean as just like you can drop circles and he can drop fears and you can like get things such as length and circumference through them and you. Can you know do division to find out. it's like what ratios are things like pie. What's interesting though. Is ed using a compass straight edge. You can't do a lot of elementary things like You can't make us fear of twice volume of another sphere or you can't divide an angle by three or even five. There's a there's a very limited of stuff they can do with it however for a about a thousand years it was like the golden standard for math and geometry was euclid elements which we've talked about many many times on the show the proof that he had For the area of a circle being half the area of a rectangle is that divided the circle into a bunch of pie basically and made the slices of pie instantly thin and noted that those are triangles about the size of the radius tall with the total base length of the circumference of the circle. Right with you. Basically proved that a circle has area of a triangle with a base of the circumference and height of so. You could imagine this as listen. You take an orange right right and you peel apart the orange slices down so that all the points of the slices are facing up other orange skin. Really give you did that. In the in the orange an infinite number of segments you could make those segments simple triangles right. Yeah and then they together would all have the the area of the circle. Okay so pretty much you taking a bunch of triangles and adding them up to the area. The circle is what you're saying. Yeah and so the circum- the basis of all the struggles all put together. is equal to the of the circle and the height of all those triangles. Because they're all segments of the circle is our so the radius the radius and so one have ten circumference which is two times are leads us to the very familiar formula pyre squared or one half tower squared right. Because you know those of us who follow by heart will refuse to accept pi and tau which is to pie is the real circle constant or and then we go onto archimedes who proved that the volume of sphere is a two-thirds volume of the including cylinder and We did this problem episode or something but simply done what d- simply put. He did this by taking cylinder that encloses a hemisphere right and then a Cohen that starts at the top of the cylinder and goes down to the bottom and they noted that every with every slice the slice of the cylinder mine is a slice of the code was equal to the slice of the sphere so since the volume of cone is one third the volume of a cylinder. It's one of mine is one thirty goals two-thirds again. We might do this on a problem. Episode

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"archimedes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"archimedes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"archimedes" Discussed on DevOps and Docker Talk

DevOps and Docker Talk

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on DevOps and Docker Talk

"Go ahead. I do see a couple of questions in there one Archimedes was asking, you know, managing the terraforms forms and nice way to upgrades I am doing it automatically but if you talk about the terraformed side and you want to swap out nice words that becomes a challenge cuz as soon as you say here's when you're no type it just destroys all the old and replaced with all the new C kind of to make a second type of node in there and start doing some manual scaling in them, you know ramp-up Morris. This is something new node type and start ramping down your old instances one at a time and run your playlist that way. Yeah. I think that used to be back of his Enterprise only not available communication log. Well, yes, of course, you mean you yeah, you see p there's a lot more to back up to with duct or Enterprise. You've got that UCP database. You've got, you know more stuff in there than just the basics for I mean, basically there's a directory under VAR lib Docker swarm. And that's really the thing that you're going to back up for swarm the rest of it for dr. Enterprise like d t r u c p that they have to have scripts there because I you've got a way more stuff get certificates. You've got, you know, the the root the root certificate stuff like that you deal with let's see what else and whenever you take a note out of a swarm cluster, wherever you're taking a manager know. I would say back that far live Docker swarm directory up cuz that's when you can accidentally lose Quorum and that's when you get in a bad situation. Yeah the losing Quorum and if you there's still a great talk if you just search Laura actually, it's Laura Frank because back when she did that she was Laura Frank. She's not a log KO but she saw as a great doctor contacting on YouTube if you just search all the things about orchestration you thought you knew I think is what it's called something like that and it's on YouTube and it's darker, Laura Frank Orchestra all the things you thought you knew about orchestration that he actually goes through breaking us warm looking at the the Swarm raft database raw, like actually looking at what's in it. It's not that exciting. It's basically data and so that if you really want to get in the internals of that and really feel comfortable with what exactly is going on with this warm you can do that. Awesome..

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What Is Pi?

BrainStuff

04:26 min | 2 years ago

What Is Pi?

"Come to brain stuff. A production of iheartradio rain stuff lauren. Bo-bottle here the number referred to as pie has mesmerized mathematicians for four thousand years. It's the rarest of back medical constance and unfailingly accurate ratio. That's also never ending. The digits of Pi have been calculated out more than twenty two trillion decimal places without ever repeating a. That makes it an irrational number. The definition of Pie simple. It's the ratio of a circle circumference. That is the length around the circle divided by its diameter or at the links across the circle. But what's remarkable? Is that no matter. The size of the circle you're measuring that ratio of circumference diameter will always equal three point. One four one five nine two six five three five eight nine seven et cetera usually shortened to three point one four divide the circumference of a tennis ball by its diameter. And you get three point one four divide the circumference of the planet Mars by its diameter. And you get three point one four divide the circumference of the known universe by its diameter. You get the point. Pie is critical to several basic calculations geometry physics and engineering including the area of a circle which is Pie Times Square of the radius and volume of a cylinder which has pyre squared times the height of the cylinder when ancient Babylonian attempted to measure the precise area of circles back in one thousand nine hundred BC. They signed a value to pie. A three point one to five. The ancient Egyptians came up with three point one six zero five the Greek mathmetician archimedes working in the third century BC and the Chinese mathematician. Xue Changsa working in the Fifth Century. Ce ARE CO credited with calculating the most accurate approximations of Pi before Calculus and supercomputers gave us a more definitive answer. Then in seventeen o six. The self taught Welsh mathematician. William Jones assigned the Greek letter P. To this magical number without end possibly because P is the first letter of the Greek words. For periphery and perimeter symbols use was later popularized by Eighteenth Century. Spec petition Leonard Euler but wasn't adopted worldwide until nineteen thirty four. The fact that Pie can be found everywhere not only in circles but an arcs pendulums and interplanetary navigation and intimately long has inspired a cult following that includes plenty of Geeky tattoos and even its own National Holiday National Pie Day was officially recognized by the United States. Congress in two thousand nine but the definitely not square roots of the holiday can be traced back to nineteen eighty-eight and a man named Larry the Prince of Pie. Shaw Shaw was a beloved longtime employee at the exploratorium. A Science Museum in San Francisco California and came up with the idea of Pi Day on one thousand nine hundred eighty eight staff retreat following the death of exploratorium founder. Frank Oppenheimer the date for celebration. Well because the first digits of Pi Three Point one four March fourteenth or three fourteen even better march fourteenth is also Albert Einstein's birthday making Pi Day nerd doubleheader the first Pi Day celebration was nothing more than Shaw and his wife handing out slices of fruit pie and tea at one fifty nine. Pm One five nine being the three digits following three point one four but the holiday quickly gained fame in the bay area. Shaw eventually built be Pi Shrine at the exploratorium a circular classroom with a circular brass plaque at center. Every day celebration at the exploratorium ended with a colorful parade led by Shaw blasting his boombox with a remix of pomp and circumstance set to the digits of Pi and circling. The Pie Shrine. Exactly three point one four times. The parade ended with the singing of happy birthday to Albert Einstein. The prince pipe passed away in two thousand seventeen but the annual exploratorium party continues as do Pi Day celebrations. The world over popular ways to celebrate include. Baking a pie orb some kind of circular treat and holding pie recital contests the current world record for memorizing and reciting the most digits of Pi was set by Sharad Kumar Sharma of India in two thousand fifteen when he recited a staggering. Seventy

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The Biggest Lever to Improved Organizational Communication

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

The Biggest Lever to Improved Organizational Communication

"As a matter where I go or who I talked to. Everyone says we need better communication around here. Small organizations big organizations. We need better communication around here. Organizations that are failing organizations. That are doing very well. We need more communication indication around here. It's a universal desire. It's a universal need and it's a universal challenge. So I'm saying I've got the lever to improve organizational communication right here in this video and I use the word lever with great intention. So let's look at the word lever. According to Marine Webster and it says that one definition for lever is and inducing or compelling force a tool so if I could give you a tool rule that would be a compelling force to improve organizational communication. You'd say I'm in. Would you like give me that tool. I'm going to tell you the tool a second and it's all around you. Okay now a little physics here archimedes said. Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to who place it and I shall move the world. That's a big deal. And so what is he saying a lever and Fulcrum so and if we have them we can move the world if we have them in our organizations we can have greater more effective organizational communication. So what is the lever. A leader is the lever. See the longer the lever back to archimedes his the greater the skills that that leader has a communicator. The more effective they will be so so if we can help. Leaders build their personal and organizational ability to inner personally and across groups communicate. That's a big lever if we get a longer lever as we get leaders with greater communication skills. But I want to talk about the fulcrum. The thing that we rest that lever on that archimedes was talking about we. We got an that. Fulcrum is right and so we're GonNa talk about that Fulcrum. Here's the thing we know about leaders. Every leader is in the middle. All leaders are in the middle right wherever you are as a leader you have you are the voice and the face of your team upward right folks above you need to hear from you. What's going on with your team with their concerns are what's working and what's not to your boss? You are the face and the voice of your team and to your team. You are the face. And the Voice of the larger organization that you represent represent the larger organization many of the messages that come down in the organization. Come through you. So here's the fulcrum. The the Fulcrum is the leader as the conduit so the longer laver is leaders with greater communication skills. But the Fulcrum Walker is recognizing that we're in the middle as the conduit of communication both ways. We want to be a better fulcrum. If we want to be a better conduit we must I see ourselves in the middle and take responsibility for true communication mutation. Or what do I mean by true communication. True communication is message. Sent message received message understood if every leader Peter or start here if you as a leader take that as your mission to be sending and receiving make sending messages up and down that you make sure sure then are understood received an understood. Then you're making a huge difference. The more leaders that are doing that the more leaders that see themselves as that conduit and work to make sure that messages are sent received and understood the better organizational communication gets more of those folks. We got the better chance we got. This is true at all levels. Don't be lower level frontline leader saying well. I'm just waiting for communication to get better from the very top. If you don't have what you need do some asking asking right. You may not be able to influence everything. But I guarantee you that the more you think of yourself as a conduit and take that role as serious that you become a better fulcrum as you build your communication skills you can be like archimedes. You'll be lever long enough and a fulcrum strong enough to move the world or at least move the communications in your organization.

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We Are Using So Much  Sand and We're Running Out

Stuff You Should Know

09:04 min | 2 years ago

We Are Using So Much Sand and We're Running Out

"So sand. There's a lot of it so much so the way back in the day archimedes one of our favorite people mm-hmm used it in a thought experiment called the sand reckoner and in the sand reckoner he basically he created the to start figuring out how to how to create eight numbers to express extraordinarily large values because Eddie used for still yeah just because there's so much of it. It's either depends. There's the world is divided into two types of people chuck people who point to the stars as an enormous number example of enormous enormous number of people who point just sand and then people like us that use big. MACs that's right. That's true that size though not number it size it could be length member. We've stacked them to the moon before your but so archimedes came up with the base of one hundred million that's what he started with and he figured out how to how to express the numbers up to eight times ten to the sixty third power with the sand reckoner thing and the point of it is is like yes. There is a ton of sand a lot of sand so much so I've seen that there's seven and a half billion billion grains of sand just on the world's beaches that's from University of Hawaii. I saw another one from a Chris Flynn from to Orla Observatory in Finland. He estimated a million billion billion grains of sand just on the world's beaches so I'm just going to say it could Jillian Jillian bazillion because apparently yes yeah but there's a lot but the point point is this there is a lot of sand especially depending on the math and the green of the grain size that kind of stuff but there's a finite amount of sand end and what's been going on behind the scenes for decades now is a very rapid depletion of the the available sources of saying so much so that it is literally being shuffled from one part of the world to another from poorer countries to wealthier country sometimes from some inland areas out to other areas from the rural areas to the cities There's a huge sand shuffled going going on and it is proving pretty rough for the environment as a result. Yeah I mean first of all. I'm forty eight years old and this is the first I've really heard of this like I I don't know I thought that was just enough sand for all the time you would think so. I mean look at a desert. That's a lot of saying right right but here's the deal we use about fifteen billion tonnes for just construction every year and they are mining worldwide about forty billion tons of sandy year. I think that sand and gravel but still well. I do know that it is I think with gravel. There's a UN report called sand and sustainability. I love that report from UNICEF United Nations Environment Programme so crushed rock sand and gravel account for the largest volume of extracted solid material. We'll worldwide okay so you're saying like more than oil more than natural gas more than any other as solid material yeah okay. I think so. I'm not sure what they mean by. That is is oil a solid. I don't know so I saw also put his like as far as extractable raw material sand and gravel aval is by far the most extensively mined said and we'll get to it in detail but the spoiler here is although new sand is being made constantly by erosion which also gonNA cover not nearly nearly quickly enough are used as far far or out basing it yeah which makes sand non-renewable resource technically just like oil like yeah is is if you know the the environmental conditions are right over time new oil will be made but we're talking over very long periods saying doesn't take nearly as long to form as oil does but it's still takes way longer to replenish itself than and then we're using it up. That's right so let's talk a little bit about thing yeah so we get sand. Santa's the final product I guess I even hate calling it a product but I don't mean it in the sense of something to be bought and sold even though it is but it's the final product of erosion from everything I'm from water and wind of course to ice and land liking glaciers grinding against own graduates sand and volcanic lava even when that stuff chills and then shatters when it makes contact with air. That's how you get lava sand like the black sand in Hawaii. Yeah and that's that's really good is a soil soil mentor apparently because it's like a locked in carbon. I believe right yeah I mean I'm sure it's at the red clay here in Georgia. Sure in your cooking you're you're cooking with volcanic ash that's right there's also rain the mile bid of like acid that isn't rain instill even though we we beat acid rain beat it bad there there's still some in there always whether's rock so that helps her road rocks and create sand two and then you've got geological sources of saying which is just straight up rocks you also have biological sources of sand things like coral four. ORMAN era. I believe four Minera no forum Farah I got it. I got very very very tiny shelled creatures that that produce like white or pink San sometimes and then there's also we get sand from the poop of the Parrot Fish did you did you hear about about that yeah. We talked about that before did we. It didn't strike me It didn't ring a bell at all yeah it was it was either. I don't think it was doing. I feel like it was further. It must have been coral reefs. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's it because they actually eat parts of the coral reef accidentally while they're eating food and there's guts grind up the reef and then they poop out pure beautiful white sand like hundreds of pounds of white sand a year yet but when you really are talking about sand most of us think of a sand we're thinking wind and Water Generale Array rivers and then in the desert of course wind right and then the desert we must have talked about this in San Dunes that the desert's are just ancient beaches teaches them old like seabeds and things like that riverbed sometimes it's right and as far as what sand is literally you know it's parts of Rock seventy percent the hardest parts of rock seventy percent of sand is courts but you've also got gypsum in there. You Got Limestone. we already we talked about lava like there are other compositions and it really depends on what kind of Sandra GonNa have on obviously what kind of rock it came from like where you are in the world right and then if you're an engineer or somebody who makes use of sand they they typically don't classify or categorize it by composition they more interested in the size so sanders if there's not one universal definition which I found kind of surprising thing but depending on who you ask it is civil engineering today says it's a small grain of rock finer than gravel coarser within silt the American Society for testing materials they produce their standard practice for classification of soils for engineering engineering purposes unified soil classification system. That's all when title they say that. Sand is particles of soil between seventy five microns in and four point seven five millimeters in size. That's a big piece of sand and it comes in course medium and fine and this is extraordinarily boring. I understand that fully but it points out the fact that sand is still a rock. It's just a very very tiny size rock right like there's gravel their silt sand in between but it's still rock. It's just a different size as far as like engineers and construction people are concerned right and depending on again and what kind of rocket came from and what it's made of where you get it and how it was formed. The shape is going to be different. it can be very rough. It can be very smooth around the river sand which is what's mainly used in construction is irregular and they need that irregular shape for that kind of construction. Yep because the the the middle sort of sand which is the smoother ocean sand isn't as good and desert sandwiches. The Creme de la Creme of sand very very polished very uniform and smooth around turns out is not good at all for construction no so so the three types of San that we find on earth are river which is irregularly shaped ocean which is smooth and desert which is Billy Dee

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STEMinists: Lubna of Cordoba

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:44 min | 2 years ago

STEMinists: Lubna of Cordoba

"The story of a woman who you may or may not know about but definitely should each month is themed and this month. We're talking talking about. Stimulus women who accomplished incredible feats in science technology engineering and mathematics today they were heading back to Tenth Century Cordoba to the Islamic enlightenment in Spain are stem in east of the day was a brilliant polymath herself and also so help to foster one of the greatest intellectual environments the world has ever seen. Let's talk about Lubna of Cordoba very little is known about Loubna's early life including the issue was born but historians generally agree that she was a palace slave girl of unknown but likely Christian origins. This would not have been unusual. Andalusia as slaves played a major role in the economy me there and were commonly found in the Caliphs household slaves were often considered much more loyal and trustworthy than the Caliphs own advisers. There's some point in her youth. Lubna earned a fairly considerable education in mathematics reading and writing poetry and philosophy well. This was likely unusual for a slave records show evidence of one hundred and seventy women scribes in and around Florida that time who are responsible for making copies of important and valuable manuscripts so educated women were part of the Andalusian Cultural Afric Lupus talents were recognized early and she was soon promoted Immedi Orrick rise up the palace ranks. She eventually became the main palace secretary and -scribed at the enlightened Calif.. If I'll come the second this essentially made her his closest personal adviser Cordoba the capital of Morrish stain was already one of the great cities of the world and a major tourist attraction of the time for its incredible beauty and enlightened attitudes as such it was a well-funded kingdom and I'll have them the second like his father before him was heavily focused on fostering and open intellectual atmosphere to dry in great minds loop. Noah's a great intellectual in her own right and as personal secretary to the Caliph she played a major role in bringing together famous thinkers fostering. I'm not seen in Cordoba and curing which areas of study received the most funding and knots attention LOUBNA's own intellectual interests were vast cost including poetry calligraphy and philosophy but she was best known for her incredible knowledge and skill as a mathematician multiple multiple sources attest to the fact that she was a great mathematician who mastered the highest levels of math in her day in Luke knows work is a scribe she was not merely a writer and translator she also annotated and commented on the book she transcribed and translated she was responsible entrepot for copying many important texts including works by Euclid and archimedes eighties and she wrote her own commentary on those works too the her work has been destroyed. We know that Lubna advanced the work of the classics with the help of a major technological advancement the number zero and the concept of zero had eluded the Greeks and its invention allowed for the simplification of complicated computations loop no was reported to have been so refund of math and so interested in popularizing these new easier methods of calculation that she would regularly teach Andalusian children the principles of mathematics matic's and multiplication tables while walking in the streets at Porta her great interest in math also meant that mathematicians were held in particularly clearly high esteem during all calm the seconds rain according to the Great Andalusian historian when it been box you all Lubna mastered the writing and Science of poetry and her knowledge of mathematics was broad and great and she has mastered many any other sciences and there was no one nobler than her in my Tallus Lubna died in the year nine eighty four tune in tomorrow for the story of another incredible Stamina St- special thanks to the one and only Liz Caplan my favorite sister co-creator tomorrow.

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"archimedes" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

The Red Pill Report

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

"Comedians has spent over eight hundred thousand pounds on fake ads and is a deceptive activity dating back to two thousand twelve and we could go on more. But let's ask the question why do they call themselves the comedians group? Well, are comedians, one of his famous reported statements is give me a leave a long enough, and a full Chroma which to place it, and I shall move the world. Well, they trying to use social media and fake news. As a long leave in a fulcrum to move the world of politics in favour of Zionism, the Archimedes website is now down. But until may when Facebook outed outcome. Meet these companies own website, selling services declared that this had significant roles in many political campaigns among them, presidential campaigns, and other social media projects all over the world and it utilizes every advantage available in order to change reality, according to its clients wishes. But of course although. Russia was heavily condemned for organizations within its country. Not remember, the government organized with this country that were allegedly involved in this sort of behavior. They were heavily condemned. I suspect there will be no condemnation for Israel, and a couple of days after this Israel, launches massive recruitment drive for social media. Laurie warriors Israel has embarked on a massive recruitment drive to support the country's online propaganda campaign one day after its comp- company for his companies were exposed for spreading disinformation meddling in the elections of several African Asian and Latin American countries. I won't go onto detail that too much except down here. We have the initiative is lighten to fueled concerns of Israel's nefarious online activities, which have caught called attention. Caught the attention of Facebook. It also raises speculation on the you in the UK where info wars techniques. Not infra was the, the American television network. Book information warfare techniques are used have been deployed by pro Israeli groups to fuel the anti Cima seem like crisis. An investigation by the electrical electronic into fodder. Documents ten fake to two profiles. Posing as Corbin supporters Jerry copen, that is supporters posting very anti semitic information to try and smear Jerry Corbin as an anti Semite. And groups running this sort of information. So there's a little bit of tech news and we'll go onto our last section. She's are slippery slope of sexual liberal liberalization of an hour, two is in what's the new so far? Let's have a quick look before move on. Well, the brakes party of Twenty-one AMI pays the Liberal Democrats have ten and the Liberal Democrats, according that a massive swing in favour of remain, of course. We'll see what it's like in the.

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"archimedes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"One one eight to ninety five Leonard matches career-best total scoring for eighty game regardless of the playoffs and had this post game on TNT. Differentiates you when the defense is right there in your face, and you still get those tough shots confidence. I work every day. You know, it just went down to knock it down. Thank you. Take one. Good. Short and sweet Leonard made sixteen of twenty two from the floor ten of eleven from the line coach Nick nurse tonight was pretty dang good tonight. Right. That was a again a big time performance at both ends. And I just liked the force. He's playing with at both ends. But especially when he's getting the ball. He's he's pushing it up the floor. He's punching gaps with force. He's determined to get to spaces. I don't know. I guess I guess I shouldn't be surprised, but that was pretty cool to watch tonight. It is time straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones. Best networks, no contracts pass Cousy Archimedes twenty nine for the raptors who led by as many as twenty in route to their fifth straight postseason win the Leonard Siachen combo had seventy four how about our duo with post game extra courtesy of care Lawson and marquess this year. So the raptors take game one and impressive performance by Kawhi Leonard forty five points, eleven rebounds, the forty five points a playoff career high and Philly really had no answers for him in game one. They did it sitting here core. Outside. They did adjust. How they played him in terms of the ball streets. They switched different defenders on him went to three or four different guys. None of that worked. He was terrific. He played the game at a high level of intelligence his officiency was off the charts. And I think he played the best game of the playoffs. Individually that we've seen so far Kennedy Leonard Paschal Ceac seventy four combined points, they did it from the start Phillies going to have their adjustments against those two, but what are their own adjustments going from game one to game too. I think it's really important that Philadelphia established themselves on the interior that is where their advantage is on the series. I think when you look at someone like Ben Simmons that has the size of vantage. He went seven for eight. He had a solid night. He's got to give more. He's got to look to attack more h shot attempts to me is too few. And then Joel Embiid that's the one that people after this game. We're going to be talking about five eighteen was flustered. Took a lot of off-balance shots. He needs to establish himself inside. And when he sees the double teams coming. He has to kick it to the open players and. They've got knocked down some more shots. I think both of those guys have to step up in a big way to be able to split this series and game. Well, the Toronto Raptors who've had all kinds of troubles in game one of their playoff series history. They lost to Orlando in the first round of the series. There was no loss tonight. They knock off Philadelphia. One eight ten.

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"archimedes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To the bullpen namely Travis Layton's who surrendered a run in the sixth inning as Danny Espinosa fought off a pitch with two outs. Full count in the left field for an RBI single that restored the lead to six three the PawSox tried to solve Archimedes county narrow in the late innings, but went down one two three in the seventh ending with Santa Leo pitch lane. Swings Lipsett to left view. Tim tebow drifts his left. Sunglasses makes the catch and the ballgames over. Syracuse evens the series added game apiece and starting the double header with a six three win in seven innings this afternoon in central New York. Final line six runs. Eight hits two hours for Syracuse. Poss three runs for hits one air. Koryo? Swap gets the wind Chandler shepherd takes the loss at Archimedes coming narrow collects his first save of the season offensively was just four hits for the pasta one from russe. They cast the one from Sam Travis the home run from Tony render. We told you about and another hit for Mike Miller. So the final score of game. One six three it belongs to the Syracuse Mets getting set for game. Two of the double header under sunny skies now on this Saturday in Syracuse just over twenty minutes away from first pitch. So we'll get you a time out here. And when we come back, we'll sit down with Bryce Brent's for his thoughts on the start of a new season and his return to the Red Sox organization a conversation with Bryce branches next right after this on the radio network..

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$1 Billion Downfall: Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos

John Williams

03:01 min | 3 years ago

$1 Billion Downfall: Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos

"By the way, I was doing my. Elizabeth Holmes voice because I watched that documentary last night. I don't know if you've done that. Have you watched that HBO documentary called the inventor out for blood and Silicon Valley, it's about the woman who was behind? She really was theranos that company that said with prick on your finger. You'll get a drop of blood and be able to test for all sorts of diseases and ailments who's going to revolutionize the world. She was the Stephen judge was the Bill gate. She was the Archimedes. I mean, she was like one of these great transformative human figures, she was a fraud. She was a sham the book about that by John Kerry, you which is referenced considerably in. The doc is really the go to source for me. There was an article in the New Yorker, the book followed that now the documentary, then a feature film, when we interview John from the Wall Street Journal about this his I think reporting telling of it was really really good. And you know, how the books are always better than the movie. This really is a classic case. And point the documentaries. Good, and she's she's bizarre. And it's it's fine. But it to me it leaves more questions unanswered than it does answer. And the big one is what was her motive was. She scam artists from the beginning. Or was she just faking it until she could make it were her intention sincere producer Griffin doesn't think that that's as critical a question at the end of the day that technology would not did not in does not work. It doesn't exist in the real world. And it was a scam. Whether she intended it to be or not, I think that's a distinction worth pursuing. But one of the really interesting parts about the documentary is that the old white men lover here. She is this twenty year old blonde with really red lipstick on and she's thin, and she wears dark turtlenecks the way Steven Jobs did and Oliver closer that way. You know, why she dresses that way? Not because she wants to emulate her hero that would be almost juvenile. But no because she's so focused on the corporation. She still living and breathing turnovers that it be easier for her to go into her closet and just grabbed the black turtleneck and put it on. That's why she does it that way. She can focus more. She's not worried about a close. She's worried about changing the world. So there's George Shultz former secretary of state, George Shultz going y'all have some and there's Mike Mattis, and there's Henry Kissinger, and there's venture capital guys. And they're all going. Well, she doesn't really know any science, and we don't know any science. But I think I'll give her one hundred million dollars and that happened Walgreens did that for crying out loud. I'm interested to see the feature film on this. If you watch the dock at least, we'll get a chance to look at her and to see the wacky -ness of it. See how thin it is. But if you want to a sort of a thicker dive on it, then read the book, which is called bad blood, bad blood is the book that you want to read if you really

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"archimedes" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"But I like what I've seen from him Greenwich a little bit. I've only seen one of his outings during spring training. This is the thing with Stroman the analysts Tatum. So nobody's drafting him. We are not you. And I we're never gonna like, Marcus. He doesn't miss bats. He gets grounders relies on the defense. But I think that the casual baseball fan likes them a little too much. I think we need to meet somewhere in between. I'm growing to be a Stroman draft or maybe at the top sixty top seventy tear. All right. Maybe we'll do this again, Monday briefly on the vampire draft the eye each in one of these drafts on Monday, I had fun drafting Darren rough and Archimedes game boa and players who couldn't keep. And now we're both adding players that we do want for the season for those who haven't listened. We get the free agents and everybody else already has their team anything stick out to you from the draft on Monday who had the best wrath near league, you think we can compete your thoughts. I did not pick a team that I thought draft best to be honest with you. I think we put too much stock in that just to be Frank. When I looked at was the guys who snuck through that was a little bit surprise. We mentioned stolen Castro. On the show the other day, I'm in the points-based scoring league. I'm very surprised that a full-time player hitting a prime lineups, by stolen, Castro snuck through my draft a little bit surprised the Garrett Hamson we mentioned a couple of minutes ago, snuck through my draft. I'm a little bit surprised that a points league monster like benzyl breast made it through in my draft. How about you, right? And your legs different than yours is points league in minus straight rodeo. So we're looking for different things on free agency. Like, you just want playing time, you don't care about stolen bases. You know? I I need stonemasons. I need power. I need some saves. We're both going to get Sergio Romo because we think he's the Marlins closer. I saw some good starting pitching sleepers that I liked couple of guys in the royals. They're opening. They star Keller. Brad Keller mung snuck by j June issue. No, I like Mike fires who I will add as well offensively. Lots of first basement that I can choose from to get my first my corner. My utility not a lotta stolen base guys. Other things I might be putting that now what I'm trying to do is just win each week. Right. Six four right by five whatever something like that. And that's going to be tough. I think you have an easier ride in the points trying to do that. But add the players and season starts next week. And we'll see what happens Tom the intern in my league was projected on the standings, which doesn't really matter head to head. Because all you need to do is win the week six four seven three to win every category. If it was a rodeo full season be a little bit different there. But I thought it was a well done draft of Ladd failed to fifty eight in my draft Lynn door failed a nineteen which I thought was crazy. I would've taken ten or eleven walkable Euler in my draft. Went ahead, a grantee Severino. Paxton what happened in your league Kershaw Wheeler were separated by two picks that just got traded in one of my leagues it's a salary league..

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"archimedes" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I think he got gotta ask at this day and age because you never know what people actually have someone. What if say if someone actually had measles say, yeah, I've got measles. Yeah. Test for someone. How do you even know if someone has measles or not when you start a rash of your? Then there you're dealing with the stupidity of some people. You may have heard the story about a plane that had to do a u-turn to go back to the airport because a mother forgot her baby babies on the ground. Edge turn the air. They had to turn the flight around there already up in the air weren't they? Yeah. Go back. Yeah. To that point. Where you've you've sat there, you've buckled your seatbelt. And you like, I think I'm forgetting something. Oh, my baby my baby is anyone even do that. And then do you press the call button or do you screen? Oh my God. All right. Today's national pie day, not the pi you eat, but three point one four one five nine two six five three five nine. How many of us? Remember that? Remember this conference member all that stuff from geometry comfort stems radius, squared or whatever it was. I offer my life heavy really because today is three fourteen. That's why it's national pie day, not only commemorates this number, but also celebrates the birth of a great scientist. The great mathematician Albert Einstein pie calculated by Archimedes in Siracusa, which was to eighty seven BC before Christ. One of the great mathematicians of the early world national pie days become a day. To celebrate numbers and math, I actually celebrated by having a piece of blueberry pie. So abrasions are held all across the country in honor of this number the numerical fund sometimes accompanied by foods people. Celebrate today's pizza pie day even pot pies. Today become part of the celebration. So there you go, ladies and gentlemen. Let's all celebrate national pie day any specials on TV tonight. Celebrate national pie day, Jennifer. Well, I'm excited at project runway. They don't eat a lot of pie. Why on the runway, but certainly it's a fun show to watch and Bravo's launching their next season of it at eight o'clock tonight. This one is going to look a little different. It's not hosted by Heidi Klum. I don't think any more. So this is going to be a new Harley clause. Yeah. That's right. That's right. So this is going to be a new season Tim God. Of course, we'll still be there. That's at eight o'clock on Bravo on E Hollywood medium with. Tyler Henry features Jesse Tyler Ferguson who connects with his deceased grandmother on the show. That's at eight o'clock tonight on E, FOX is probably the big story tonight. They have the iheartradio music awards. You'll see grand Dame. He'll see oh gosh. Appetizers wizards version of Africa. So bunch of different people on the iheart music awards. That's on FOX tonight at eight o'clock on ABC, Grey's anatomy station, nineteen for the people. That are all new that starts at eight o'clock CBS is in reruns tonight except for fam- fans. Got a new episode at nine thirty CW and reruns tonight as well as. NBC? So is the iheart music awards. Oh break between the winter premieres. And then when they go into intimate when they go into that big push for the rating. So I think you're just seeing all the shows take a breather. They'll probably back in action next week or the week after. All.

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"archimedes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Ceiling the stages only elevated about fifteen inches. So you can't hardly see the artists. But you go there, and you have a hell of a good time because there's so much history in this place and Rogers one of the most disguised singing the song. Roger Craig should I tell he's a good friend of mine remote. A great guy. He's pretty unique deal. He went to Texas A and M and got his degree in accounting. When he graduated. He a lot of people don't know this. He was actually an accountant he was in accounting at a big at a big firm. And it was like, this ain't Neiman. I'm dying here. So if you knew it now, you'd say he never could have worked in a corporate environment. He never could've gone didn't accounting degree could he's smart as whip. But he had this artistic side that he wanted to. That he wanted to develop by the way for our listeners on keys, fourteen forty in corpus. He's from corpus as you probably already knew. Anyway. So this song he did this song Riverstone, and they did this big event, and they made it in the Guinness Book world record, the most people floating the river at one time together. I think they hooked everybody together S allow p you're right. You are Archimedes could've reformulated based not on the density of the bodies entering the water. But on the release in the Todd, although I guess it doesn't affect the density. If the is inside your body or outside.

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"archimedes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You want to be your body's not you're not gonna get a float because of that. But I just really wanted to throw Archimedes in if I could Eureka Eureka. Sometimes I have brilliant ideas, while I'm in the bathtub, and I go running down the street screaming, I have found that I have found it. But the neighbors don't they don't honor me as a great thinker. That is clear goals, Michael again, but naked flopping up and down down the the street if you're gonna just bit of advice if you're gonna run up and down the street, but naked make sure that before you get out of the tub where you've just thought through your your answer to this major problem of physics. Make sure you do warm water not cold water. It'd make a bigger impact on on. How the the neighbors? See our Houston listeners in twenty minutes. Our stace just are Houston listeners. If you're a KTAR h listener you'll have to move over to the app or to the stream which is online or you'll have to listen to the next hour on the podcast because they're gonna take the rockets game directly. And hopefully James harden is going to drop about sixty points tonight, which would not be out of character for him. Reminder, if you know a veteran out there or someone else looking for a job, we are hosting tomorrow. A big job fair co hosted by the Michael berry show and my bosses here in radio iheartradio, our partner, and we're hosting a big job fair tomorrow. We've got fifty companies they are across pretty much every industry, you could imagine..

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"archimedes" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The release. Title, though, I guess it doesn't affect the density. If the waters inside your body or outside you want your body's not you're not gonna get a float because of that. But I just really wanted to throw Archimedes in there if I could Eureka Eureka. Sometimes I have brilliant ideas, while I'm in the bathtub, and I go running down the street screaming, I have found that I have found it. But the neighbors don't they don't honor me as a great thinker. That is clear. Michael again, but naked flopping up and down down the the street, if you're gonna just bit of advice, if you're gonna run up and down the street, but naked make sure that before you get out of the tub where you've just thought through your your answer to this. Major problem physics. Make sure you do warm water not cold water. It make a bigger impact on on. How the the the neighbors? See our Houston listeners. In twenty minutes. Our state just argh Houston listeners. If you're a KTAR h listener, you'll have to move over to the app or to the stream which is online or you'll have to listen to the next hour on the podcast because they're gonna take the rockets game directly, and hopefully James Harden's gonna drop about sixty points tonight, which would not be out of character for him. Reminder, if you know a veteran out there or someone else looking for a job, we are hosting tomorrow. A big job fair co hosted by the Michael berry show and my bosses here in radio iheartradio, our partner, and we're hosting a big job fair tomorrow. We've got fifty companies they are across pretty much every industry, you could imagine. And it will be from ten AM to five PM now, listen carefully. Ten AM to one is veterans only only veterans who are looking for jobs can come at that time from one to five veterans can still come then. But it's open to the public if you were seeking a job and we're hoping to get one hundred veterans hired tomorrow. I always do the number low. I think we'll have a three hundred hired the companies that are showing up are not showing up because they want it to look good that they're they're these companies are showing up ready to high. Hire people. Have to tell you something you gotta make a decision in life. What do you want to be who do you want to be? I have received literally hundreds of emails from people. Hey, michael. And they're not all veterans. Some of them are are just people that hey, Michael job fair. What kind of industries you'll have? I'm not sure if I'm going to come. No come. I don't care. It ain't going to help me. If you come Michael. I don't know if I'm gonna come or not tell me something about the companies that are going to be there. You're looking for a job. And there's something you could do a better use of your time than being in a job fair. There's fifty companies there, do you really think I'm going to take the time to do all that. Well, send me their information up. No, I'm not. Car paid diem seize the day. Go get it. Get it. You know, the meek will inherit the earth. I've always been troubled by the by the interpretation that somehow the week will inherit anything because you don't go after it. Go get it work hard. Strive take chances at work, everybody else hustle sweat be determined. So anyway, that's tomorrow. And a lot of people are going to get hired professional positions. Engineers CPA's law enforcement, all sorts of position all the way down to hands on. Off oil companies security officers you name it. That's tomorrow. You can find out more the redneck country club dot com. The president's.

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"archimedes" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on KTRH

"So this song he did this song river song? And they they did this big event in they made it in the Guinness Book world record, the most people floating the river at one time together, I think they hooked everybody together. P you're right, you it's the Archimedes could have reformulated based not on the density of the bodies entering the water, but on the release in the tide, although I guess that doesn't affect the density. If the waters inside your body or outside you want to be your body's not you're not gonna get float because of that. But I just really wanted to throw Archimedes in there if I could Eureka Eureka. Sometimes I have brilliant ideas, while I'm in the bathtub, and I go running down the street screaming, I have found that I have found it. But the neighbors don't they don't honor me as a great thinker. That goes Michael again, but naked. Flopping up and down the down the the street if you're gonna just bit of advice, if you're gonna run down the street, but naked make sure that before you get out of the tub where you've just thought through your your answer to this major problem of physics. Make sure you do warm water not cold water. It'd make a bigger impact on on. How the the the neighbors? See our Houston listeners. In twenty minutes, our stace, just argh Houston listeners. If you're a KTAR h listener, you'll have to move over to the app or to the stream which is online or you'll have to listen to the next hour on the podcast because they're gonna take the rockets game directly, and hopefully James Harden's gonna drop about sixty points tonight, which would not be out of character for him. Reminder, if you know a veteran out there or someone else looking for a job, we are hosting tomorrow. A big job fair co hosted by the Michael berry show and my bosses here in radio iheartradio, our partner, and we're hosting a big job fair tomorrow. We've got fifty companies they are across pretty much every industry, you could imagine. And it will be from ten AM to five PM now, listen carefully. Ten AM to one is veterans only only veterans who are looking for jobs can come at that time from one to five veterans can still come in. But it's open to the public. If you seeking a job and we're hoping to get one hundred veterans hired tomorrow. I always do the number low. I think we'll have a three hundred hard the companies that are showing up are not showing up because they want it to look good that they're they're these companies are showing up ready to hire. Hire people. Have to tell you something you gotta make a decision in life. What do you want to be who do you want to be? I have received literally hundreds of emails from people. Hey, michael. And they're not all veterans. Some of them are just people that allure Michael job fair. What what all kinds of industries y'all have. I'm not sure if I'm going to come. Dot com. I don't care. It ain't going to help me. If you come. Hey, mike. I don't know if I'm gonna come or not tell me something about the companies that are going to be there. You're looking for a job. And there's something you could do. That's a better use of your time than being in a job fair. There's fifty companies there, do you really think I'm going to take the time to do all that. Well, send me their information. No, I'm not. Carpet diem seize the day. Go get it. Get it. You know, the meek will inherit the earth. I'm always been troubled by the by the interpretation that somehow the week will inherit anything because you don't go after it. Go get it work hard. Strive take chances out work, everybody else hustle sweat be determined. So anyway, that's tomorrow. And a lot of people are going to get hired professional positions. Engineers CPA's law enforcement, all sorts of position all the way down to hands on. All all companies security officers. You name it. That's tomorrow. You can find out more at the redneck country club dot com. The president's.

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"archimedes" Discussed on Invention

Invention

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on Invention

"That's right. Archimedes refresh refer everyone who was a Greek polymath who lived in the city state of Syracuse. And he was of course, unin venture as well. If you're a Greek polymath, you're you're probably inventing stuff. He's credited with all kinds of interesting discoveries. Like, the the water screw, you know, an efficient method for raising water by turning a screw through a pipe. Right. And then he's also credited with Archimedes principle. This is from for instance, on floating bodies from twenty fifty any object wholly or partially immersed in a fluid is buoyed up by the force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object. Yeah. The old story, of course, is that he was taking a bath. And then when he realizes what's happening how he's displacing the water he jumps out of the bath in in yells. What what was it Eureka's castle? Eureka? Yeah. That's where we get the word. You rica? Does that phrase actually means something I'm sure it does. I you know, I've never actually looked into it though. I just looked it up. It means I found it also other little disappointing. I I was just think of Rica alerts, which is the the website that distributes pressure leased upcoming science papers. Yeah. Which perhaps Archimedes had access to somehow. That's that's the true Mary his time machine. His time machine. He was able to access Eureka alerts, and boy was he ever breaking embargo on releases by thousands of years. Yeah. So yeah. So we know that Archimedes he was he he wrote on geometry and mathematics, and you know, these kind of principles, but, but let's talk about his his supposed technological creations. Right. Yeah. So he's he's Li lives in Syracuse. Again, the the Greek city state, and of course, he was called upon to build weapons from time to time. So he designed catapults he said to have created the claw of Archimedes, which would lead. Julie grab worships out of the water and lift him up kind of a war crane. I think this is also in dispute whether that actually happened, right? Yeah. But if it did, it would it would essentially be like the claw machine, and the, you know at the at the the the arcade that the grabs a stuffed animals, except he would be using it to grab ships during a siege. Yeah. But so we get to the side of the death-ray that Archimedes supposedly built it's not again known whether he really built such thing or even if it would have been possible with the materials in conditions that our communities would have been working with. But some ancient chroniclers report the during the siege of Syracuse Archimedes burned enemy ships in the water in the did this with the use of some kind of glass or mirror. Yeah. This would have been to twelve BC. And the the weird thing, of course, is that nobody was immediately writing about or at least those writings haven't survived. We mainly know about it from the likes of Gaylon writing about it three hundred and fifty years. Afterwards. And yeah, there's absolutely no certainty that this is anything other than a story. It's often dismissed as myth, but numerous attempts have been made to produce this sort of result via mirrors looking into the idea will could you do it. Could you get enough mirrors could use them to redirect and focus the rays of the sun in with such intensity that you could you could set a ship ablaze. It would essentially be the the magnifying glass on the ant effect, right? Except it would use tons of polished metal implements or mirrors of some kind of reflective glass to shine the sunlight back onto a to ship in a very focused way, maybe involving hundreds of these things and there have been like you said a lot of attempts to try to do this. There is like a Mythbusters episode about it. And I think they tried to like three different times and they failed to produce results. But other attempts have been more successful. There was a two thousand five in my tea experiment that used one hundred. Seven years to -sition an X on a wooden target ship a ship that was we should point out was not in the water. It was just like sitting on a parking lot or something. He's a prop ship. Yeah. They found that they use ten minutes to aim the mirrors resulting in almost immediate smoke. And then the continuous adjustment of of the MIR's to refine focus, they managed to produce smoke and fire..

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"archimedes" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"This week on truth and movies. It's another fine mess hardy in the affectionate comedy tributes down Ali I've never getting married again. And just going to find the woman, I don't like firehouse here nightly stars in the human bio bio-pic collapse. I believe when he based quoting impart on school days. Yes, I think I had something to contribute. Kind of film clip. Steve Coogan, the unlikely music mogul Tony Wilson in the Manchester music epic twenty four hour party people this -tendance the bigger history. So a twelve people last Sopa. Hospitals that kissing hold Archimedes on his own in the buff coming up and truth and movies, white lies podcast. Yes. Mike alita here in the host chair says in cross from David Jenkins. White lies. David and welcome back Simone, Hans film critic for the observer good morning. Well, we recording this in the morning of the BAFTA nominations being announced an annual early morning for the prestige film industry, even early morning with the American film industry. Do we have any big snubs big reactions to the bathroom? No so far. Well, the best film list is is quite weird. I'm thanking it's the favorite Greenberg. Black klansman stars. Rogue owners stars stars born which it seems odd missing from that thing. Not what's missing what shouldn't be. There is correct question. Why why is green book there? And what does it mean for the us IRS seems to be coming? The you know, one of the favorites in this conversation this year after Golden Globes over the weekend. Yeah. I suppose they, but I'm reminded of a tweet the friend of the poet Charline tweeted about this. And I still think it's funny. I only have one thing to say about the Oscars, and it's actually about the buffed does or caps. If a British film wins best film than by definition. It should also win best British foam. Exactly. So that way. No. But I guess the big snub is is Lynne Ramsay for you never really here, which is nominated for best bridge foam. But. I'm really sad that one of my favorite films have lost year. Leave no trace isn't on on in the mix scene for the film. Can you? Forgive me as well. It's got lots of notes for acting for Melissa McCarthy, enriched grant deserve it. I think, but I think Mario hell is direction is gray. And she's just not been in the conversation as much she should have been adapted screenplay as well as usual the performance categories screenplay. Kathy's seems to have some more interesting nominations. If street could talk about his screenplay nominated. They Regina king has been snubbed from supporting actress. We'll get onto today. But there's lots of people still love impersonations a as opposed to actually building a character from from scratch, but scratch made as they say in the food industry. I believe they certainly doing America. Yes. As you. I'm not even follow that one through. Willful through is this impersonations bit. Because pubescent film of a best actor stemming only including Steve Coogan playing STAN laurel of a what do you think of that? We'll see momentarily won't we any final comes in the Baptist. It's great since the spite of us is the best animated film and shoplifters is a pa- best foreign language film that might pigs. I'd probably say that Romer I'm big fan pleased to see that kind of dotted around everywhere. I will still be standing star is born and crossing my fingers fit. All if those people are standing for by me rep city. No, I'm not. And I'm actually, you know, not very happy about it being nominated for best British foam with Bryan singer listed in the brackets next to the nomination. It's not really a very good. Look notes. Notes, but let's chrome with what seems to be with Steve Coogan special festive. We have first new release the week. Just stan. Ali..

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"archimedes" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"archimedes" Discussed on Triangulation

"So I love I love all that stuff Flynn's together. But yeah. So now the the Motors want on my back. I made this harness to sort of hold these wings that I made out of aluminum tape and others strips. Definitely not the best construction in the world. But I thought they looked really cool one of the weirdest things about that. Was it the wings were stuck in calibration mode? Almost the entire time that I was building this. So there you see some different rations of the hardware of the harness. So they were doing is really like. You know, sort of photogenic sort of little flapping, and then a little twitching animation. And then of course on the night of this show. They started a working. Like one of the wings, just like full opt over the other side and zurve stayed there which I'm assuming was because he was like really focused on doing the walk and stuff. They had me do a test walk for one of the run throughs and they were like strike oppose. And I was like. Pose these people were totally professionals, and I could tell it they were like focused, and so when she did that it just like like that. And it was not very not the best looking affect. But it was still fun. So. On the other one worked great because that was just a couple of sort of ram style. Horns that were made a wire with like do cool rotating things. Well, the model who is like really good with a whip was like cracking these whips and stuff. It was really cool. Other than one that you probably haven't heard of maybe maybe I don't know as the globe. Oord? This is actually I did not make the global word. I was just sort of. Press ganged into being on it. So this is actually got me and Archimedes on the back. And obviously since it's called the global. I feel like it needs to have some Elliot's home working on augmenting was LED strips and got into a conversation with Twitter Twitter with people about this recently, but on their BBC micro bit, which can control Neo pixels. Which is what these are there fruit, Neo pixels. They run on five volts that can be programmed to do different animations and stuff, then I'm trying to do something kind of artful with this the way this wire goes up here, but we'll stay. I think I definitely need to make sure that this is very solidly connected and not let anyone like grind on any rails. While the writing it because that would just instantly decimate, the hardware that pretty bad. But yeah, still working on this one. But it'll be out sometime soon. The battery mounting is going to be the biggest challenge, I think partly just because I don't want to obscure the design. So a lot of your projects do involve EEG's like like the wings what what's your fascination with us with e? Jeez. Oh. Man. So electrons flow grams. Jeez, i'm. I just think it's magic in. I really into sort of what I love about wearables tech. Is that it lets you sense? Like augment your senses and control the world around you both of those things like you can give yourself senses that you never had and you can learn how to con like interface with the world in new ways. An also building stuff with brainwave technology allows you to have insight into how your own mind is working. And as with anything else the first step to modifying the world is measuring. Right. As being able to see what it's doing now. And then you can sort of work on that. So we made this thinker blinker as well, my friend, MO Hubin. I because we were just where's the we are. It runs on a particle photon right now. So it's like you can control stuff over wifi. I have basically I have the amused headset, which is a more commercial EEG device, and I've slipped the signal out of that using my computer and use that to send Java script or in a Java script script to send messages to this particle foot on which like turns on the light if I'm really focusing or whatever..

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California, Wilbur Ross and Corbin Carson KFI discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

00:16 sec | 4 years ago

California, Wilbur Ross and Corbin Carson KFI discussed on John and Ken

"The fire started Monday. Several communities have been asked to leave from horse. Steve canyon in Riverside County. Corbin Carson KFI is the biggest wildfire in state history in northern California is one of several keeping firefighters, stretched thin across the state. It's been a challenge. We're about fourteen

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