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2020 Ruby on Rails Community Survey with Robby Russell
"Today will dig into the results of the twenty twenty ruby on rails community survey. So. Robby. Great to have you back and I'd love to start off by asking you why planet Argonne conducts the survey. Questions. So when I have to answer every few years, even to my own employees, like why are we doing this and so the the origin story isn't the first several years of employees, Plato Oregon being a part of the ecosystem we part of our service offerings was hosting for rebels, applications and. So two thousand I think it was two thousand eight to give or take we. We were we were realizing that we're lagging kind of investing and keeping up with some of the new ways of how servers and such were being managed how applications would be deployed, and so we really let's write a survey of the community to get a sense of how people were currently hosting how much they're spending on hosting and what versions of rails. They're using a bunch of other little tidbits related to that. So that kind of like help and we promise that we would share all the results of everybody minus everybody's email address. So that way we could be okay. Here's kind of like the state of the industry when it comes to deploying rail. So that was our first version of that survey and through. That survey admittedly, we realize, okay, we're way behind on a number of these kind of advancements in the deployment world. So we ended up saying we're going to basically kill off our hosting part of our business and we ended up selling that to another organization in we're just GONNA focus on coding related projects and consultative services there. So that's how it started. and. So two years later like Oh, let's do it again but we're going to modify to be a little bit more inclusive, just the broader community and we got rid of some of the questions related. We still keep that in their some of that in there, but we don't get into like budgets in the same way we used to we done so became. There weren't really any other surveys around the time that were really pulling the rails community to kind of get a sense of Persian rails you're running and how large is your team, and where are you and what gems are you relying on and which ones are frustrating to work with in what's keeping like, what are some of the challenges your teams having, and so it's became a thing. We started running every two years so that we could then share back with the community. And just to kind of get a pulse on where things were moving which tools. Use things in their related to what database servers you're using. And we can see trends over the years like their their services if you go. Over that time you could also, you can put the new survey results. You know you can go back to two thousand nine and compare every couple years and see that there are services that existed back. Then the no longer exists and nobody's using there's also scenarios where like I one point say squall was largely the most popular database in the community, and now it's completely flipped around where post grass is the most popular and I have some I understand why that's happened but. It's interesting to kind of see those trends over the over the years, and so it's more of a curiosity that we have in a way that we can every couple of years interact with the community and and kind of like catch up on a few different ways than than share that information back with the community again. Well. I. Think it's a fantastic project. You do a really great job of gathering the data and then turning around and displaying a very nice site in order to view that data. Of course, we will link all this in the show notes and listeners I suggest pausing the episode and reading over the results, and then we are going to dig into some surprises that I came across. A lot of the results were what I expected as Robbie noted post Gretzky while continues to dominate. The defacto performance monitoring tool and the folks that did take the survey which was over two thousand people wholeheartedly agreed that raises their server side framework of choice. So, for the one question, you are primarily building monoliths are micro services twenty five percent answered hybrid. and. So Robby, what circumstance would you take hybrid approach? So? That's a good one the. I'm always curious about. Work in the consulting world where we inherit and work on a lot of other people's projects and so quite often most rails applications likely unless they've started maybe in the last five take years. Are Likely to start off in kind of a Monolithic Forum. In Oh, let's move into a more of a micro services approached and so they start maybe. Breaking off pieces of it that way so I think it's it's. Just inherent in the kind of well, we WANNA start experimenting with micro services. So here's a segment of our application. We're GONNA break off. Move into do micro service. So I think that's that's how that comes about. You know I don't know if the I don't know what I expected. The numbers look like they're. In some ways I think I'm surprised that bashing maybe more not the more common answer like a higher number in some ways but. It's but I don't. I can't speak for everybody but it's kind of like my theories because a lot of evolution of iterating on an existing application like, okay. How do we start moving in this direction and then whether they're going to go like full micro services or Ni-, you know basically like strip back the core part of the application what have you but. I think that's someone of my theory
House Rules Committee meets to set terms of impeachment debate
"US President Donald Trump is facing two articles of impeachment abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The House Rules Committee will meet today to discuss next step for a full house. Vote to impeach trump. Possibly as early as tomorrow well here to tell us more about his cloud Harrington senior lecturer in American politics the month. That university took us through the time. Fine Line that we can expect now. Well Good morning and yet so there's GonNa be a a significant vote this week as you mentioned where the house would have to consider the two articles of impeachment and so that's pretty much a given that the votes will be am to to move forward. Not least because the the Democrats have a pretty comfortable majority in the house. So that's that's kind of that for the time being and then there would probably be a short period. Were were they at turn away from it. Because of Christmas and New Year and that and as it stands and January seven is the date. That is at pencilled saluting for a Senate trial to begin so as the media coverage previously that the the idea that a Senate Charles is actually actually going to ask you to consider the greater good or and the actual facts is is looking as number by the day as as the kind of the you know the partisan sites sites hunker down so it's just a question of of a wait and see to see you know maybe over Christmas there'd be some reflections by those people who would be in that kind of juror position and in the Senate to see you know they have to ask themselves. Are they going to vote just along party lines or will they actually look at the situation and untrained vote with their conscience. Because I mean we're seeing many moderate Democrats who came to office in two thousand sixteen. Change them lines there from vulnerable states previously held by Republicans but all willing to take the political risk to impeach. Do you think then that Republican senators will join them. I mean will. They sacrifice the dignity of the office and risk irreparably irreparably damaging the GOP to save trump's skin. When did they get fed up with this? Nelson's yes that's the question isn't it. I mean I've been looking to see what certain names or or cropping up and that that might possibly may be am cross party lines when the time come. The time comes and I mean there's a few names that wouldn't be that surprising. I mean Mitt. Romney would be an example. He's you know he's a very well known individual he's also am being critical of trump is is a sort of more of a traditional Republican 'em from the olden days when you know there was more integrity involved m other names at that have cropped up R. M. Susan Collins in Maine and Lisa Murkowski in Alaska. So there's sort of what I would call kind of sensible Republicans you know individuals who have a kind of a conservative political agenda but they are not signing up to D- chopping worldview. So there are some names. I'm On some of this as well and that might possibly consider but it's it's it's a big thing to do I mean crossing party lines is a big deal and obviously you could be left. Possibly an swinging being in the wind further down the line when you're party sort of looks and unreflecting and sees that you happen sorts of 'em Lonzo this. There is one other possibility which I think is deeply unlikely at this point but it is technically possible that the Senate could actually am not go forward with impeachment and actually go for a censure motion motion instead so that something that's being discussed around the margins. But I would say at this point. It's probably a case if the wind is now fully behind the full impeachment process. A what that means is that you know. Trump is very very likely to get off and I just don't know what sort of misses that sense to to everyone. Not least as the president Exactly that that that he is a he can deflect any of this will The the the Senate Majority Leader the Mitch. McConnell in the minority leader Chuck Schumer a planning to meet to talk about the shape of the Senate. Shell should it go ahead now. McConnell is said to want to shorter prevent trump himself apparently is privately pushing for a longer process that would give him the chance to stage a theatrical defense. I mean what what might that be is. It'll just move reality show for him. Well I think I mean he's obviously looking at this. As as I as. I think. Everyone's aware at this point wings and he likes to fight. You Know He. He enjoys the confrontation. He's he's very much about the theatrics you know. He's he's very savvy when it comes to this sort of the the television will aspect of all of this so the idea that this could be a long drawn out process is is not the worst thing for him because he's almost comfortably certain that at the end it will go in his favor with the Senate. I mean you had. Mr Collins sang very recently. I am a live on television that there was zero chance. That's the term that he used 'em that at the president would be removed from office. So this is before the trial is even happened. So that's the sorts of 'em part. He'll digging that. You're you're guessing and so in terms of the the the length of the trial you know the longer it goes on the more a lot of voters Democratic voters will start saying look you know what about twenty twenty. What about healthcare? What about my job? What about the economy etc and Trumpian in supporters will look at and say you know look at this which haunt you know? There's Argonne just getting it in the neck. Were so going to be out of there for him next November rooting firm. Because look at these neurons runs you know trying to get him out of office by any means necessary so a longer all is not necessarily the worst thing for president trump so the Democrats say that the child is rigged. Do you think that's true. Well I don't rigged is the right word but I suppose one would hope you a regular person or people such as ourselves with think that you know people going into a trial on participating as jurors which is basically what the senators would be the and in that process that they go in with an open mind base their decisions on the facts that are put in fun to them and try to keep preconceived notions and You Know Parson ideology and politics extroverted. But I mean even saying those words now it seems laughable than any of that can be the case so rigged in a way Yes yes I suppose Very quickly before we go the fact checkers databases reported to sing in the in the Washington. Post that As of December the tenth Trump has made fifteen thousand four hundred thirteen fourth own misleading claims. It's absolutely indisputable that he is Eliah area why to his supporters like supporters of Boris Johnson. Here in the UK NOT CA. I think it's a you know. There's a phrase from way back at at the beginning of his administration where it were. Somebody came up with the notion that his supporters take him seriously not literally and his opponents. Take him literally not seriously and I think that can account for the the many thousands of 'em lies because his supporters are like. Oh yeah whatever you know. He says stuff he tweets. That's just our guide. That's just how he is. He shoots from the hip you know who cares and so in a way it it. It almost enhances him in a lot of people's minds that that you know he's just he's a norm. Buster on a rule breaker on part of that is just saying what comes into his mouth at the time and then when he's challenged on a light he would go back until down and say it again and say it louder and bigger so there are those who think that this is an asset and then there are other maybe more kind of our regular voters who would have their head in their hands and and just kind of fear for their country at this point cloud. Thanks very much. Indeed that was cleared
Lithium-Ion Batteries Help Power Civilizations, But How Can They Be Recycled?
"More and more civilization runs on a lithium ion batteries tiny ones in our phones huge ones in our electric cars those batteries break or wear out they mostly get thrown away now scientists are trying to figure out how to recycle them NPR's Dan Charles has the story to understand why a lithium ion batteries are so hard to recycle let's take a look at how they're put together with Linda gains a scientist at Argonne national laboratory outside of Chicago each cell is a series of sandwiches the outer layers of the sandwich are metal foil inside them are thin layers of powder one of them is the really valuable one made of things like lithium and cobalt and nickel and these sandwiches are either rolled out for folded up into a tight package and then the electrolyte liquid is forced to end and the whole thing is put in a little can that's an individual cell dozens or even hundreds of cells get stacked together into modules and a bunch of modules go into the battery pack of a car this whole sealed assemblies almost impossible to take apart which would be risky anyway remember the stories of batteries catching fire it is a high voltage device and you would not want to be poking around in it with your screwdriver when they stop working though it's wasteful and dangerous to just throw them in the trash a few lithium ion batteries go into a crude kind of recycling they get chopped up and go into a furnace the nickel and cobalt survive but almost everything else gets burned away including the lithium and aluminum I kind of find that offensive you know you spend all that energy to make this really neat material on you just burning and as a fuel so all over the world teams of researchers are trying to invent something better to handle the big lithium ion batteries that may power hundreds of millions of climate saving electric cars down the road here's govern Harper from the university of Birmingham in England we need to really make sure that we don't crack a waste management problem with electric vehicles wed Manson's about trees accumulate and we don't know what to do with them Harper and his colleagues are building robots which they hope can take over the dangerous job of cutting batteries open and collecting what's inside in the U. S. a whole group of labs including Linda gains as group at argon is trying to figure out if you just chop up the batteries can you find a way to filter that mass and recover the valuable stuff the medals in the high priced powder at the heart of the battery gains admits it'll be difficult it was easy it wouldn't be interesting and you can kind of imagine it working yeah I can they have a goal within three years the one of a process in hand for recycling lithium ion batteries one the companies will use because it's profitable then Charles NPR news
A guide To EBikes
"Time now for the interview of the week and we're going to talk in this week's interview section about E-bikes we get more questions about e bikes in pretty much anywhere we go everywhere we go we hear people talking to us about e bikes I guess is there just so darn much fun right we're seeing more and more e bikes yeah we've had them ours for almost two years now when we first started it was we didn't see any now pretty much every time we're in a camp ground we see them if we're meeting people at an RV show as we do throughout the year people who are now telling us hey we got We got bikes so what is an electric bike now our guest is going to be a friend of ours named Ty Collins Tie is the marketing director for Radd Power Bikes but this is not meant as a commercial and we're we're talking pretty much about electric bikes of all kinds you can get whatever you want but S. T. tied to come on 'cause I know tie well and their bikes are made in the USA they're they're from Seattle and it's been fun to watch the company grow is they've been our sponsor I think they now have one hundred sixty five employees tie was telling me and they only had like four four five or six when we start when they started with as a sponsor of this podcast so we appreciate their support but we also love their bikes and we both have of one and I thought it would be great to answer the questions from an expert rather than us giving you our opinion so I consider this a guide to what oh you need as an RV`er to get an e bike is an e by right for you our guest Tai Collins the marketing director of Rad Power six collins thank you first of all so much for being with us on the podcast we're delighted to have you with us as we've been talking about red par bikes for for years now the first time I think we've had you on yeah definitely yeah Mike and I thank you so much for having us any excuse to talk. Electric Bikes woke loudly take it now let's let's talk about them because as we notice every week we are seeing e bikes electric bikes more and more as we travel across North America oh let's let's sort of start as a primer I know a lot of our audiences either considering it or wondering now after seeing them if this is really what what they need maybe you can help answer some of the more common questions so let's start with just that question why our electric bike so popular today and and what do we need to know about them in terms of motors and how they work definitely will be a big question I think we can kind of boil down some of the key so you know why are you like so popular today I think now more than ever in the US people are really becoming familiar and aware of electric bikes and all the benefits that they have you know when we started up you know a handful a year is back when most people heard electric bike they being really understand the concept and most people thought well why would I need a motor it's a bicycle bicycles if our exercise and while you can use a bike for exercise we really do electric bikes as just an awesome form of personal transportation and on that form of transportation you can get as much or as little exercise as you want the vast majority of US spend a lot of time in the car in very very short trips and e bikes are amazing because they can really replace a lot of those trips that you would take a car on a bike now for someone that's in the RV community they're really just an amazing tool because number one you don't have to rely on to- car you don't have to bring a tow car at all if you don't want to and especially some of our more compact folding models you can actually use the man a lot of the you know cargo bays or cargo areas of your RV trailer fifth wheel what have you so kind of some of the big thanks to know about electric bikes at their core they really are just bicycle they're going to peddle the same you're going to apply the brakes the same way you're going to shift the same way what you're GonNa have the added benefit of the motor which is going to be powered by your battery pack so you can really get as much assistance or as little assistance as watts so if you really just need a little help on the big hills you WanNa ride like normal bike the rest of the time you can do that if you WanNa pretty much treat it like a moped or scooter you're in just to throttle you can do that as well so their popularity is really really increasing because people are realizing what you know a versatile form of bit of our e-bikes it would be fun they are Josh so much fun and when we give people rides Ach with ours and campgrounds and we always let them take take him out for a low one guy ran into a tree once with it that was his problem he wasn't looking going any convinced him he never he never knew how to ride a bike ever so but he ended up buying what but fun is the is the is the most important thing in the first thing I hear everybody this is so much fun but there are two elements that you mentioned let's kind of talk about there's one the motor and one the batteries what do we need to know about the motors is there a certain power setting that we should look for is there any legal restrictions on size of motor what what does the consumer need to know it so in the US the Federal Regulations Limit Electric Bikes that are street legal to seven hundred he wants which is going to be about one horsepower so to legally ride an electric bike on streets bike what's bike lanes things like that it's going to have a Max wattage of seven hundred fifty watts so typically power comes in two hundred and fifty watt increments so more commonly you'll find two hundred fifty watt five hundred watt or seven hundred and fifty watt all of those are going to be street legal you can take a where you can take a race dealer bicycle irregular pedal bicycle obviously but the higher the wattage more power you're GONNA get the more quickly celebrate on the easier time you're gonNA have going up hills so you really want to look for I think seven fifty if you can and that way you're sure you're going to be Hanover exactly so the benefit of seven hundred fifty watt motor is you're going to have the most essentially the most power you can get while maintaining kind of net street legal electric bike classification. If you're going to have power over that it's GonNa go into a new category where it's going to be considered eight moped essentially and you'll need license registration insurance and things like that but at seven hundred fifty watts you can treat it just like a regular bicycle is it just a lot easier I noticed it just recently the National Park Service has authorized the use of e bikes in their system there are still some places though where we do see signs that prohibit electric bikes is is that how how do people get away with that if there are street legal island and have the same category as a as a bicycle yes so where it does get a little bit tricky is the laws around electric bikes are still getting work you know they can differ on a federal state county and even city level so you announcement that electric bikes me legalized the national park system is a really amazing step towards what we're hoping more streamlined and kind of easier to follow around electric bike so there will still be some areas that will kind of you know choose to put their own their own you know rules in interpretation and spend on a on the laws but for the most part as long as you are seven hundred fifty watts or less and there's no specific call out about not being able to ride electric bikes you're typically going to be safe I say typically because Areas can differ but it's becoming you know so much easier to ride electric bikes than it used to be and is there more popular as e bike fans increases across the North America most municipalities are realizing that these are here to stay and I think that'll change let's go down to the batteries because those are motors are powered by a battle sorry and I guess as a electric bike rider myself the first thing Jennifer and I noticed is it is is basically silent you really don't hear the motor it's not like a motorcycle or even a scooter it's very very quiet saremi thing we should know about the noise jason then we'll get into the battery usage yes so just a he said it's pretty much going to be silent you know it's it's not like the two or forced broke motors used on motorcycles and scooters at all you're really just kind of here a small winding noise from the motor and because you're pulling off a higher average speed in traditional by you might hear a little more noise from the tires on the pavement than you're normally used to but other that it's going to be very very quiet you know there are a number of different types of motors in find on electric bikes so on the bikes that we produce your red power bikes all of our motors are going to be mounted in the rear hub of the wheel we chose to use that style of motor because it's going to give you a very very natural writing experience the power still going to be generated from the rear wheel it's a nice balance is a very smooth ride of those two types of there's we have one is known as what's called internally geared motor so actually going to have a gear system within it and the other one is going to be a direct drive motor just basically powered by a series of magnet direct drive motor is going to be the styling motor that's featured on about half of our bikes in fact the device that you have micro both GonNa Feature Director motor so that's GonNa be kind of quiet as option out of all the different electric bike motorcyles you're gonNA find basically it's a series of that pop power the bikers basically just one single movement part and because of that it's GonNa be a very very quiet ready experience which really just me aches the ride that much better oh you don't even know it's it's running you don't even hear it it's neat back to the batteries you do have to charge these how how far can you go into battery or how long does a battery charge last how long does it take typically charge the battery yeah all great questions so typically a completely dead battery is GonNa take about four or so hours to charge so not too long at all and once fully charged we give eighty real world estimation of between twenty five and forty five miles per charge so the main things that are going to influence that what are your level of assist so are you just getting a little gentle level of assistance or is motor doing the vast majority of the work for you what's the size of the writer obviously a one hundred pound writer versus a two hundred fifty pound writer or use a different level of juice and then a big one the level of terrain where you cruising on a flat paint surface or you're going down some you know pretty serious roles obviously the more hills you know more power it's GonNa use I myself the way I ride which is around the city Seattle which definitely has its fair share of hills I typically getting around forty miles per charge in my kind of just common everyday usage so it's it's quite a bit quite a bit longer than it seems in a you can really covers some some major ground on a single charge now unlike an electric car for sample you don't need any specific plug you just need I guess I've always said a thirty ample supply because that's what we have in our RV but I actually just plug mine into an outside thirty APP supply on my RV or at the pedestal and they charge up real quick there I've even charged them off my batteries Argonne cell phone you'll be set and you do have a gauge their that roughly let you know how much power you have so it's very easy I've never run out and we've gone forty fifty miles a day on sometimes I've never run a pretty pretty much just like you're in a finding a car with your gas gauge we're GonNa have a very similar style the bike and that's GonNa give you five five different bars to Kinda give you a feel for where where your battery level is at and you can really make sure you're not gonNA go out and get stranded without power you know Oh you know you never wanna get stranded without power because like I was saying earlier are at their core they really are just a standard bicycle you still are going to be able to make your way back if you do in fact run out of power just going to be a little bit heavier of a bike than you might be stu how how much do these bikes way yeah so depending on the model they're going to range about fifty eight or so up to around seventy pounds so we have some replacements are going to be quite a bit more robust but by design to really hold up the weight of passengers cargo things like that now one of the questions I get often asked is how is the best way to carry them on a hitch whether they should be covered or not I always have been on people it's the same as any bicycle care if your bike gets exposed to the elements is there more we have to worry about because of the I I would assume most people would travel at the batteries off but more we have to worry about with these first parts being exposed to the elements yes so by the way kind of level you said there about you wouldn't want to necessarily leave a traditional by out in the rain and that's kind of the exact verbiage that that will use you want to treat it like you would treat you know
AI for Earth helps researchers get more granular with climate data
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device. Click share. Instantly projects any speakers laptop tablet, or phone onto a presentation screen so everyone can work together share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more. And sign up for your free trial. When you're using big data to adapt to climate change. Sometimes you need to call in big tech from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. You're on marketplace tech, we've been covering how technology helps us adapt to climate change in our series. How we survive to start with you have to understand the problem and create smart solutions? That's the job of the Chesapeake conservancy, a nonprofit organisation that uses technology to recommend conservation techniques for the Chesapeake Bay and a lot of it comes down to the resolution of the data. Jeff Allenby is director of conservation technology at the Chesapeake conservancy. Now, one thing to know is that the Chesapeake Bay watershed is huge. It's sixty four thousand square miles, spanning six eastern US states and the organization mapped the whole area down to the meter the data set. That'd be created for the Chesapeake of that one, meter resolution was instill is one of the biggest high resolution they uncovered data sets ever created in the world. It took Allenby's team eighteen months and more than. Million dollars to manually process that data as in people having to identify things like the characteristics of a tree or label a house, a house. Then they use the data to advise towns on what to prioritize, whether it's planting trees or restoring wetlands or buying land to conserve and once word got out lots of other nonprofits like around the Great Lakes, wanted to do the same thing with map data. Most don't have the time or the money, but big tech companies do budget simply can't be a barrier to people accessing technology, Lucas Joppa leads Microsoft's AI for earth program, which lends the company's computing power and machine. Learning capabilities to organizations trying to tackle climate solutions the program worked with the Chesapeake conservancy to scale up their approach to land mapping to a much bigger area and faster. We wanted to do that, for the entire United States over ten trillion pixels and it can't take a year and a half to do it. Because if it does you're going to be out of date by the time. You're done right. The company awards grants. Let's organizations and scientists use its cloud computing resources and loans out data scientists to various climate related projects, Joppa, says right now AI for earth isn't meant to be a money maker, but he says tech companies have a responsibility to be part of climate solutions beyond their own in house efforts. We've gotta make sure that we have our own house in order. But then we do have to be proactive in going out and, and ensuring that our products are deployed in ways that empower people to amplify their sustainability impact. And there's business value for Microsoft, and being there, first, where a platform company, and we would prefer to be the platform of choice for everybody. Building technology inspired solutions to environmental challenges for Jeff Allenby at the Chesapeake conservancy, the real value comes and being able to know what's working, and what's not so you know what to conserve and what to let go. So from the side of it, it really allows you to, to understand the context. Of kind of any given action. And it allows you to understand the alternatives. If that action can't go forward and Allenby says those decisions have to be made quickly because there isn't any time to waste. And now I am related links. You can see some of the super detailed maps that the Chesapeake conservancy created and a little more detail about those projects at our website marketplace tech dot org. Thanks, Dan Ackerman, from the water main project at American public media for turning that into a super cool story. And we've got linked to more information about some of the grants that the Microsoft AI for earth project has given out last month in announced five hundred thousand dollars for new grants that will actually be distributed by the Leonardo DiCaprio foundation. And we know that climate intelligence is the first place to start with a lot of these adaptation efforts. So there's a lot more news on that front, all the time earlier this month AT and T shared, the data that it's been using to evaluate the risks to its facilities, and make them more resilient to extreme weather. These data sets were developed by the department of energy's, Argonne National Laboratory, and AT and T made them all available to the public. The company also started a climate resiliency community challenged, so that universities can work with towns in southeastern. States to develop solutions and risk analysis based on that data and just last week in an attempt to get everybody looking at the same peer review trustworthy data the World Meteorological Organization launched the WMO catalog for climate data there. Eighteen data sets in there, so far and the organization hopes more will be added soon, the Wm oh, by the way, I also just learned is basically, the in house, weather, and climate agency of the United Nations. Another fun fact last week, the WMO elected Gerhard Adrian of Germany, as its new president for four year term. And I mentioned this because he beat out our guy. Dr Lewis, you Tonelli who's currently the director of the US national weather service. Sorry, doctor, you Tonelli. I'm Ali would and that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Marketplace turns thirty this year and to celebrate we're going back to the eighties. Check out our totally radical new. 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Project Aurora: U.S. government, Intel aim for nation's fastest computer
"Funding. One of the fastest computers in the world. Now being built near Chicago department of energy's funding the project and today, they said the supercomputer will be able to do over one Quinn till operations per second. That's equal to attend with eighteen zero behind it. The computer will be named Aurora and we'll leave at Argonne National Laboratory and Lamont Oregon's working with chip maker Intel to company says the computer could give the US a competitive advantage. The plan is to turn a roar on in
"argonne" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The majority of which are manned by American expeditionary, force pilots. It's a it's an impressive array of material. However, we've emphasized that Pershing and his subcommanders do not have experience at the core. Army our core level of contest they're going to jump off at about seven twenty in the morning of the twenty six after the gun. Have been rattling all night, we need to describe the battlefield to the west is the Argonne forest to the east is the most river between is the most valley. They attack all three fronts at once. Doug you've walked through it. Is it imaginable to see what they were seeing today? Can you imagine the defenses? So the only thing different is the four years of turn off and on from the initial front area. There's areas of the western front in amuse are gone sector where you could see the damage of the war such as what the hill of qua-, which is center left side of the American attack. The Americans have to liberate this hill, the French and German spot over four years. Nobody can take the hill. So the French and German started subterranean mines exploding each other from for mine warfare on the ground and the tire top of the hill. Gone. It's like a piece of pie somebody sliced out and the devastation of severe. But as you'd Vance pass this this journey this carnage from from the previous four years of war. Now, you're facing a line of east west hills, which journalism fortify, the terrain is working against you, the weather to fall in that part of France, terrible, buddy. And the Germans are using every they've they've trained for four years really know how to spend the area, they we're all the roads are was there aren't any and they're gonna make advancing through this territory. Hazardous to be Americans even in hours of darkness when you should be safe significant is that the I corps of v corps and third corps. That's west to east. Do not include the best divisions that have been committed to sound. My yield these are fresh division sometimes going into the field for the first time and at the very center, and this is total quandary to me Doug at the very center are two divisions. That have never been in the fight the thirty fifth division. I note in the in the I corps area was Pershing or his sub commanders were they aware that they were sending in the greenest of the green. It is baffling to me John, and I really can't answer that because of course, the thirty fifth. There's going to be given a difficult babysitting. Admission of liberating described by qua-, and like I said the French couldn't take in four years, and then the seventy nine for a little bit further to the east to seventy nine degrees. You weeks in France and have any funding. They're going to be given the hardest. Mission of fake news giant hill called mount dot com. Is is it possible? They were thinking that these were to be wasted to draw the German fire. I'm trying to imagine what they thought you would when you jump off like this or step off as they called because they're not coming out of trenches what they imagined. The casualty rate would be it's it's daunting. All right. Let's go to the edges. The seventy seventh division is tasked. It's up against the fourth of the fourth army is to its west the French fourth army. It's tasked with the Argonne forest is and the twenty eight is right. This is you. I corps are they capable divisions. Because the seventy seven is going to do a lot of fighting in the are gonna they prepare for this sort of seventy seven twenty eighth of the initial the line. They're pretty good. They're battle been in operation the leadership. But once again, this the fighting the Argonne both the seventy seven twenty eight th or given the mission of fighting on it, he'll be Iria that that hasn't been touched since. That was the French. Don't you meet today to severe? It's rain is awful easy to defend and they have don't wanna be what they're up against. And it's going to be there for them. And the only success are going gonna have it actually is thanks. The breakthrough of the element of the twenty eighth division on the right side of the argument. Fires up the valley because about the Germans have to refuse a line and draw the forces back so any success. They have is just because it's not in the Argonauts. Elsewhere. On the eastern edge of the American member. This is the American expeditionary force three corn lines. Just as if it was Gettysburg for heaven's sakes. The thirty third division up the moose MS river. Now, there are most heights or the heights above them. Because they make good progress on the first day in a fog. How do they do that? So the third division actually. So it's on the west side of the news river, the heights are off to the east with a German shepherd looking, but they had the advantage of of the initial shock. The Germans aren't ready for the Pac with their commander. He he does a series of turning movements instead of launching a bunch of frontal attacks, which happens elsewhere along the entire front he attacks to the north. And then swings those forces to east moving behind German with German defenders and it breaks germ alive. It's growing, and there should be a lot of lessons airfli- success. But they're overlooked. Let's talk about those lessons. One artillery. The king of the battlefield and in one thousand nine hundred eighteen did the artillery coordinate with the command, and once they lifted the barrage were they available to target the Germans. Tennis. This is where the US army American expeditionary forces. That includes it shows an impotent immature inexperienced force. Missile preparatory fires begin on late on the twenty fifth and last until the attack through the attack on the twenty sixty initial attack day. Pretty good preplanned targets the friendship have the some French crews helped me Americans fire and actually the French do a great job teaching artillery. Chris had headed operate their guns in support of the troops. Starts falling apart when the troops. When he started the support they can receive from their artillery, their organic artillery units division, and the artillery attempts to move forward. But I get hung up at a turn. Well, there's no roads. Right. And now the trees on the road. All right thunder in the Argonne. We'll continue. This is the first day of the attack. We've got weeks to go Doug Austria was the author new history of America's greatest battle. I'm John bachelor. How would you like? When you're growing up, your parents took care of everything from his skinny driving you to practice or sending.
"argonne" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy
"Argonne is the coach of the year i mean how can you take a bunch of misfits right you call them the misfits always and throw them on a team and the only superstar the only star they have really as marc andre fleury because he's a three three time stanley cup winner and they just they throw a bunch of guys together and they bond together and obviously bond behind what happened in vegas they all just go together let's let's fight for each other and everybody is waiting for them to peak okay when are they going to go down there gonna peak they're gonna but they continue to go through it's been unbelievable there was that early on it was people talking about the vegas and like that probably plays into it but not not to the western conference on some point you know there's something more going on than oh the opposing teams are partying right i mean disney's probably right in the fucking movie as we speak like i said there's only one there's only one sporting event i think that that comes close and that's leicester city winning the premier league three or four years ago i mean what would they five thousand one they end up winning the premier league that's you know people got rich from making a bet on them into beginning the season if you took one hundred dollars in las vegas in august that one that one hundred dollar bad is fifty thousand if i mean that's just it's unheard of but it's just it's good for the league and i think what's even better is we've proven that that las vegas can support a professional sports franchise reagan you can't get tickets for these games but oakland oakland going there next year it will be interesting when biggest has a bad team because right now they're good and they're exciting point when when when when the team is just mac there's a lot more to do in vegas right now cool thing to do but it's kind of the same anybody right you're gonna you know if you don't go to games air in florida they're not going to the games air and they have a good team in florida right it's crazy right it's an interesting thing this idea of like taurus coming into a city and and having the hockey game be one of the main attractions i was done.
"argonne" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"Argonne okay just the white ones oh golden fine near the black rhinoceros thriving shit exactly where the white privilege winter oh maybe that's why people how does he how it really is the white dove star going that will be funny of all the white animals start dropping dead i great white shark is gone but that black tips arcus hill here like whoa wait a minute happening fucking pattern going on fucking no okay support for this show comes from squarespace there's no more procrastinate procrastinating it's word the time has come for you to start your new business all right and it's got a standout so make a website with squarespace i can't tell you guys enough you don't have a website you don't have a business is planning simple imagine someone said you gotta check out my business and you're like what is your website and they said we don't have one it doesn't exist you get yourself a website so you can showcase your work your blog or publish content or even sell products and services of all kinds in just a few clicks and is optimized for mobile right out of the box remember what squarespace there's nothing to install a patch upgrade i do you have a question squarespace award winning twenty four seven customer support is there to help head this quest race dot com and start your free trial today and when you're ready to launch use offer code idiot to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website and domain that's questions dot com off a coat eighty the views from assists tour continues.
"argonne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And best production design this was of course the first to oscar ceremony since sexual harassment scandals shook hollywood and beyond and bears manly del barca was backstage oscars take to last year actors warren beatty and faye dunaway opened the wrong envelope for the best picture and ended up announcing the wrong winner this year they were back it's so nice soon you again after they announced the shape of water as winter director gigamon of total got on stage and check the envelope to see if was correct he smiled nodded yes then he held up one of his oscars are growing up merge law i thought it would never happen it happens that it does fishoutofwater love parable between a mute woman amphibious creature one four awards as this year's best director he now joins his friends and fellow mexicans off once a quad on and on one hundred one salazie nyati due in winning four of the past five best director awards i am i'm immigrant margo vaughan's on on hammami argonne bottlers my guy online hama among many many of you on the in the last twenty five years i've been living in a quandary all of our own part of it is here bought a razor your bars every were because they think that the greatest thing or our doors and our industry is to raise the lines in the sand we should continue doing that when the wall tells us to make them deeper that puerto dedicated if oscars to young people around the globe who he said are changing the world in the press room backstage he also said he was proud to represent mexico what we have the ring over world discourse through the world conversation is extremely important on them as film and boredom when to go to remember where were from remand though i have to say goodbye actor diane garcia but now thing the awardwinning theme song for this year's best animated picture cocoa which celebrates mexico and remembering family singers miguel and natalia laugher god that also joined him on stage in a kaleidoscope of mexican images music and dancing sin song in their speeches coco's producers adrian molina and garlic kate anderson thank their husbands and wives respectively and director.
"argonne" Discussed on Channel 955
"The new through like the muslim a film of the in the wake of aplomb keno know with only going to these ronkko the old kqm don't brag and the only give argonne accounting he flew in the brief me my name them nearby in the beginning very good one of the bilberry got going of these ronkko film group bring brand no no oh god counting great in the he loudly in the who had been mm baloney marjorie report to you who's the decoys number one hit music station general 955 i have is run aides may bags these there mina says hello lana man in the mood this is insane am i go dan after down.
"argonne" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Argonne national vanilla your heart has more on that any injury says they they've got it this year the ira guidelines uh max max reiss at eight maximum winning a playoff series let me know what you dauga well wake up join us there for a little over there you can't blame it on heavy is saying that many wake me up when you went to closer joe joey view the nasdaq in a bomb which i love zamin you think the metric and of the vision i don't think it's out of the realm iding everything would have to go perfectly i mean let's be honest i mean every day would have to go perfectly at a natural after backtoback what a mess have power and i mean they're both pitchers are counted if they if if three of them could be out everywhere count the guam don't be okay but and gender guard harvey math you get two for them healthy uh they're very talented georgi two largest station i who if arkansas africa even saw with number four starters graves great second after the season and was salute you were right in with that sale well really are a clear but wasn't like six point three seconds as bad it was a by the way i gotta i gotta defend matches their with all those different i colors that he has he has won a playoff series it just wasn't in washington is going with him that with the tigers yo any barked in our he heard will be and lock lio at one of the great burger the whole time but he took him out and i think putin then walk i remember correctly key benlan now on the nationals teammates again they're in record spirit another hindsight i concur i i could get remember baird was betenoire believe serving enough that they've poppy grand slam parable they were there they should have won that series too low item muster's who's doing obviously than that uh snow showers is a great pitch it is there's no question john john it's always i mean we ran on like one old tunisia yours spot has become like mas like appointment radio now yeah well i'll tell you it's the highlight of my week i'm paper now somebody somebody between it to me that was i haven't their weak and i said it by eleven mile there you go.
"argonne" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Argonne serum out of just like you're so fucking let your does stuck there you have to be able to tell that water there is this one time we in you tell the story jesse you never go there again yes will you sit there your mind yourself that you have to breathe yes i hate man you have to start breathing time and then you didn't you stir ask like him i suppose the blink for myself is my brain going to blink where brave forgets do shit like blake geoghegan breathing it's a weird place to be how i think that by that for me to go lay down it's like when you're that you're how you're not sleeping you're not awake but you're fully conscious what's going on around you've got a moves so my lady was watching some about uh what's the shit that they're putting into shit that killing people fluoride the toothpaste know through their water drink the water to now the fucking kept why don't we put a uh um adderall in water i think too much will get done uh yeah i mean like i'm all for enhancing the population genetically but you've got to do it was yaalom know like the they have to willingly that they have to do i think would just going sprinkle in and just watch the city grow i'm all enormous i would just figure out what surely we should do it to and just if i'm president has probably going to happen just know that you know this camp fails are gonna be real advantage and also know that employment rate net towns get a drop drop the unemployment rate i think he said employment i picked up and i think like through letters they're really gina the entire right there unemployment or employment or maybe maybe elaborate will get ten ninety nine.
"argonne" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The country would have rounded them all up and tried to find a some kind of a solution and done something i thought you racist piece of garbage i said you know what if there was if that were true we'd be rounding up all the young black males now because sixteen people die in chicago every weekend at the hands of young black males mostly and so don't throw that race card into the mix i mean i was it was i was outraged that is the most heinous racist statement i've heard in forever and for a columnist actually put into print is mindboggling to me oh argonne their reverse klansman they really really are i mean there are so antiwhite antimail anti their anti everything but i didn't want to make another point is that um you know i want you to refresh my memory 'cause i'm a little a little cloudy it at twenty 24 years old uh so maybe you could maybe you can help me out here coolest president during sandy hook and uh who is president during um san bernardino and coincides her this um you have heard here yes oh oh and mogul yeah that would be as my son would say that would be iraq insane oba obama but curtain will from wrong sank democrats that are now putting their crocodile tears on television they had the house they had some it why did they do something about them control and they had chance exactly it's liberal constitution uh they they could have gone ahead and made the effort they didn't even make the air it's like immigration they didn't even make me a chance or the the attempt at at fixing immigration when they had the presidency and the house and the senate they did nothing because they're liars in their users and that's what they do they just that it's one of the reasons they want so many new voters open open immigration because they know they failed everybody and so they.
"argonne" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Argonne khairnar i met where you oh well i'm an earned delray now i'm dreading on the drive back home to riverside i was stuck in the accident right around the time that it happen how many hours oh well i was about a mile away from the accident i could see the flames coming off the truck when it will happen and it took me three hours taking it to the other side of the bridge is said which is less than a mile yeah yeah yeah while unbelievable ma i'm also a truck driver i uh what are you all have my oh i was uh holding chips today for ma el paso to los angeles i'm sorry but potato chip old ships okay all right i thought you i thought that word began with a t and i was gonna ask you to explain what that was all golf at the it was a mass and it i'll tell you one thing and you go back into that truck and boc and break open a box of them oh i've already delivered at i'm i'm getting ready to go home alkai but if you're stuck in that traffic they you worked for fritolay no no i other this throw are delivering an import who wa from uh from next dakota to la how i see okay you know highly start to like you guys and the guy drives the beer trucker in good shape because if you ever do get caught one of those accidents you know you can open up the sidon popular self behind again and i'm cub baggage chips and just a enjoy yourself i also was wondering if a guy driving a beer truck ever gets pulled over for a dui does the highway patrol stack all those beers on top of the truck like they would if you were just driving around and cardio wounding lou as a long time man power live on kfi more now with ben president trump is going to florida beat with people heard in the schools who.
"argonne" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Neither do i the mother film of the breakup upon keno with only so going what i to noticed these ron on these individual who dates which by don't the way i the suspend old disbelief curriculum and i really three kind of get don't into have the solo an dates opinion and and last night the only a he's again with the women and argonne as their ozarks pouring down out their hearts as he's listening he's looking into their eyes three and then he takes his fingers any puts his his fingers in oh the up towards their head and he moves their hair over the top of the woman's area so maye he takes girls they hair over the year like on a harry june blocking here native and as glad they're talking i had he takes us very any a hand moves there in the in the over world the year he does do this boom every very single rare time then within good seconds their kissing i have not morning known about bill america this thing though this it move was of the going to be the drunk hair ear deal bill i didn't know that that's keep something your that get degree you to the kiss no be it does maybe does a very curious to know is that a powerful tool no way to get no to a kiss are when gone you're on a date down sistani not mike uppity three why not on touch my neck it's it's not really face if they hair putting the hair behind your which is f and the to me of michael that i be like i would start laughing grave it doesn't look good he when you see it go down loud here they must feel good because everyone one ends up kissing him afterwards i think they just all wanted to give them so they could do a he could do anything and they'll be like mara mm patty as anyone ever done that to you know but i would in the love for someone to do that i like that moment anti well grew up watching nova laugh not and a ladder dhaka they christina all guys at fans do their in bit los it's angeles very dramatic this morning in over the top second.
"argonne" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"Late let's just say let's say you decide to for a minute hack on your and a hack on like the republicans another another you you know you don't do a republican bid logistic you're to hack i republicans from it and you get like a certain segment of your crowd colleague their love an below here in this shit but then you're gonna turn around and like very quickly flip something in attack the exact opposite down and i feel like i've seen you a couple of times where i feel like he almost thorough out like a false bait um when he used to have used to have a the heathrow to falls beta gives like some guys and the crowd ready to go like they're like i can't wait for coming next he's going to attack the thing that is most annoying to me in life but then is like pounds in go the other direction and just annihilated the idea the you're hol they're hoping you're gonna hear pursue do keep in mind the balance so yeah you have to like doggone guys are argonne annhilated ladies yo you gotta go for his voice because i'm a guy and because of the type of guy that i am i have to go hard on guys first leg over the top whether it can then no doubt at all that i've just callers you low via every fucked up thing about being a man has to be just beaten down exposed even exaggerated and then you can move on to the late in now lead.
"argonne" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Think him because of one word uh science um they can is it development on machiavelli that leads to the understanding it in the sense of modern science technology uh bacon the chief works or the new atlantis and then new oregon i'm nobody argonne i'm um he also wrote a utopian work um they can agree back ellie that we have to concentrate on the here and the now but he had something and that is what our people want in the here and the now uh they admire what are they love are they grateful for their heroes or are they grateful for the people who help them the him the release of man's estate he's uh is more an end bacon and bacon foresees a time in which there will be enormous energy poured into that uh and that we will have science bend it to the job but of discovering the greatest and deepest and most fundamental truth but of being serviceable more than fifteen sixty one he dies in sixteen twenty six to this makes him elizabethan let's right right their ended up going on it it you know the there's a firm it under way you know because quit in in if you look at uh if you go back and you look at the doctrines of of uh in puddles republic for example doing is something this in the end in a series of question and the account of the good life betis implicit not explicit but implicit in play those works is a good life is is is a as a life of arguments about the highest thing where that argument in you don't get a doctor near statement you get more of that in aristotle but not at plato well this is the opposite idea this is serviceability.
"argonne" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is to find the technology that makes batteries last longer operate more safely and be less expensive to buy so yes that's what we're seeking for the technology that will make those things happen cynics out there somewhere in the folks they've put it together or working on it admitted successful have just not had the ability to get it out to the market absolutely the sense um i would say that in this particular area battery storage there is a huge amount of innovation both in the chemistry the hard work and the software associated with it universities like mit stanford northwestern chicago university of illinois all the way out to oxford and cambridge and sing on china and kyodo on japan there are hundreds of innovations which is why we launch bolted to sort through those innovations to separate the economically winning innovations from from those that might just be research and development projects ground and you have something like argonne national laboratory that says a lot of people men understand the the organism involved in lots of groundbreaking science and technology innovation but they just can't do the commercial part of it right here that part of the government owned and locally governmentfunded laboratory which is to do research as opposed to picking winners in the market which is partly why we launched with the permission and and guidance by the department of energy to launch into the private sector so that we do not use public funds to pick those winners or losers were using private funds for the that and so what is going to be the first steps of uh the co coalition the votes energy technology coalition your is he going to be to seek out the.
"argonne" Discussed on Super Station 101
"And just go argonne while he's talking in and michael even tried to nail in protest but he hit and get back michael i can assure you he was not talking about you and jessica he was not i think he was talking about maybe cnn daiei eight eight now he in and out of that but are you concerned at all in in both your situation and then in the in the whole was the national media that the media has gotten too involved in the narrative well i can tell you as someone who's in the middle of the fight in the middle of the array of the the media has absolutely got into it is sometimes hard to the course on projects because i'm so i'm in the middle of it but there's very little factual reporting it seems to me to these days even than socalled hard news is basically opinions everybody has an agenda and maybe that's the new normal but the president is probably taken that more than anybody and i've i've seen it as well in my race a lot of stuff that just said that is totally not accurate and and i think that's one of the reasons president i talked about it actually a little bit he said you know you kinda you see what i've up against every day you know it's it's just a part of the process we have the live with completely just as an aside in that i know you've gotta get on the road do you think that donald trump for man not the pros do you think that he is frustrated with what he's having to contend with all i think he's very frustrated is not like me michael and i am not compare myself to the president i just come from a background where i've used to getting things done as attorney general i could decide what lawsuit what victories what priorities and we'd yet i'm done we got him on it in and that's his that's his record building thinks getting things done come into the president you've got so many problems to fix and you have to deal with so many different individual agendas most to time their selfish agendas people are trying to get power whatever they're not trying to get things done that's.
"argonne" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Hi argonne good without i remember up at night and if you are are built in bali cow or yet and uh that louis ellie girl without ed in in all the other people that looked around the clock like like did it them over here and i never thought are like wow what if people in oh my god giver like oh my god valid current break up or daughter voters style about it yeah valley girl yes yes yes yes and in that movie i don't think they were big big names where it was our there are nicholas cage was and that will always wise now i see it yes seattle from montana thirsty in california ann coulter shock oh i bet yeah that's kind of when punk was coming around to write punk rock like falko segel's fair that's a great great memory mark hang on four three eight nine seven seven six john's in johnston on wpro high jon karroll crippling download memories lay ear 1980 two and let me uh they eight yeah walker he goes well here you're you're you're the star a and drawn yup big song that year would blue own burger uber guy so there you go for your very well it always i'd always go back to singing on the show for some reason oh definite rhode islander you're the music lady and that's why we love you go on and also just for everybody so everybody know you the cardinal rule were to that you're in the world here are at the crew you know the the gorman arman bitter cold harvey's wall bangar oh it's funny yeah so i know that are no that right up on everybody remembers bill settlement who brought up ruled out john that was great thank you for the sondrio your woke up bank you are a hold on forethought john was going to join with someone who i might have known in 1982 but i was fairly young and he i thought he was going to say something about a concert what it and now now it was too i was too young for that um i've never seen elton john and concert four three eight nine seven seven six four three eight wpro who do we have a still on the line bob in north kingstown on wpro high by by the way folks if you want to call in.
"argonne" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Great real quick does it does it just notified the the driver that the light is about to turn red and then you get to some twitter uh we actually urge for something what we actually do on the interface side is the best thing to do is to put up a speedometer or used the spanner the the automaker already has and we put a green arc if you go that speech you'll hit the next like green or red arc and behind that arc is another little arc it's like petrus if you go that speed you'll hit the next lightgreen so you can actually get into the green wave and just like green green some exactly what you want if you're driving on a time carter is there any as chasing cal canister angel investor and host is there any concern that you've got from municipalities that this will induce bad behavior and how do you address that in other words if i see that the lights changing in three to do i gun it and go above the speed limit to try and make it i am so glad you asked on so there are multiple answers we are right now in the middle of a study with argonne national laboratory to figure out exactly what the drivers were response to each of these various information is and what we're gonna do is ravi selena give drivers information that makes them better behaved and withhold information that makes them worse behaved and the other thing we do is whenever we had a countdown you know the lights going to be read in thirty seven seconds that canton stops at five we do not want people seeing the countdown hits zero in office go drag racing it's up to five it makes you look at the light because the only way you can really know if the lights green is you've got to look at grit let's take a final question some final question okay car.