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"ari cbo" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

08:58 min | 5 months ago

"ari cbo" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Sad news if you're a fan of Astronomy if you're a fan of seti the big aris cbo Observatory in puerto rico. This was i don't know was it was one of the largest dishes out there to the cables broke. It is fifty seven years old And it it is not salvageable. They're going to demolish it. The national science foundation said boy. We would love to save it but we're much more concerned about the lives of people you know people visit the observatory but there are also many astronomers work there the towers three hundred feet tall if the remaining cables break the whole thing is a nine hundred tonnes suspended platform could crash down onto the dish. The towers could fall over. They don't know in which direction So they're just they're going to take it down sean jones at the nsf said the decisions not an easy one to make but the safety of people is our number one priority. So i thought i'd Pass that along You could see the damage that was caused by the failure of the the first cable. That is pretty rough. You might have seen. It was very first. Post apocalyptic sci fi. Yeah definitely take it down. Make a couple of movies. Contact was maintained. Golden eye the james bond movie But i think it started with a hurricane. Maria which caused a lot of damage and then in in august and other cable went so sinai Let's see anything else. We want to mention mercer. Mayer has found a new company. She kinda wish you was a big shot at google went to save. Yahoo didn't work out so good. Sold off yahoo now. She's running sunshine. Labs which is a contact management app for i o s. She i think she really is a product person. She just really wants to do something. Cool with software right for her because it was a content job. Yeah i got it. It's reminds me a little bit of plaxico which is not a good thing to remind anybody off. But what you do is your import your contacts into it. I don't like it that there's a big ad for product year. They should just start there. it does a few things you see. Some of my contacts are enhanced by sunshine I don't know what that means and then people can't were other sunshine users so my friend raef nadelmann. He sent me a thing saying he was using sunshine. Samis could you update it. So i sent him my information And then he sent me his so he exchanged his info with me. So that's a little plaque so like kind of that behind the scenes sharing. It's kind of cool. If i run into somebody which i won't but if i ever do i can exchange info with them. So lets me choose the info card. It's okay you can show this the info card i want to use. I have my personal and professional. And then i can but i can even even select one thing at a time. So here's my birthday. I can send it to everybody. That's cool I can make an intro eve inside it. So i could say lindsay Meet lisa lisa. Meet lindsey and send that off so felt a little streamlined lincoln and helping you're helping create all sorts of data and social maps. Well that's the other thing that comes to mind because they're getting all your contacts Also seeing who your relationships are they can probably log you're interacting with and how frequently and they will probably be able to rank you based on how much data you input to this stem. And how many people you manage to bring in and she. She's working with longtime colleague. Both google and At yahoo and rick enrica torres to create sunshine. I mean you know good for her. You're right that's a good way to say it. She's a product person. People like her and my friend. Kevin rose that's what they love. They they just wanna do new and interesting products so good for them right side. Rafe nadelmann used to be my boss. No kidding used to be my ex-wife's roommate actually rape spin on many times. It's funny that he should pop what's he do he. He got into some other businesses news. I thought i should check. It says he wants he's evernote. That's right that's right and he went to evernote. I forgot about not loving that. He was your boss at c net. That's hysterical small world. It is a small world. You want me to introduce him. I could exceed introduce you well right now. It's invitation only. I was very pleased to this morning and got the text message. Saying you're in. Oh well then you have to invite me. I will invite you there you go i will invite you get this link. Oh this is kind of depressing. So i don't know if you've ever watched drywall. Guy work yes a horror. It's amazing they're so fast they cut it they they they cut it. They tape it. They might it they paint it and they work so fast and now there's a robot. Oh no that apparently can do the same thing. It's canvas is gonna. you don't think they could do it. I think that they could do in like new construction where everything is absolutely plumbing and square. In fact that's the plan is to do it. Only on the big ten thousand square foot facilities built house. There's no way that robot could do it. You talk like somebody who has real estate in the bay area. Because i've got a house elton. Nineteen o four and yeah thank you know you gotta horsehair latham plaster on that house right. Some of the yes. Some of the walls have been rearranged over the course of the last hundred and some years so believe our bathroom has dropped. A classic john henry versus lokomotiv. See a guy a drywall guy. Who's really a pro against this robot. I have to say this robot looks like it would lose. It just doesn't seem like it's that efficient. It look how big it is for one thing that takes up like the space of these guys are kinda slow. Yeah well. I'm wondering if people by this because it can be a business expense and therefore tax deductible higher crew i mean. They have literally canvas. The company's love this. I guess is the question. Yeah well i think. The idea is a big industrial park where you have lots of just flat. Square rooms tilt ups basically The company that and yeah right canvas dot build has been there've been in stealth for three years signing an artificial intelligence drywall. Mutter just what the world needs. I think on that dystopia note. We could probably too. I should have saved the booting. Thank you so much lindsay. turn time. It's wonderful to see you We don't get john at all three of you. We don't get you on nearly enough. I'm really glad you could be here. Senior vice president for content and audience at seen it. I wanted to show everybody The project you've been working on at c net For the holiday gift guide. This is going to be a little bit of a different year for buying stuff isn't it. it is. It's been interesting. People have been starting earlier stuck at home and we're worried about money and so people are just going for every single deal they can find. I'm chris guy. I'm the i'm the husband and father goes out on christmas eve and all i could find his one target. It's open late you know. And everything's wiped off the shelves so everybody gets the electric swizzle stick or something it's like the worst. It's the worst matab and i'm already planning. I'm already figured out. I've got lists. Like i never did this life. Wow congratulations so you got Categories under thirty fifty. One hundred two hundred.

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"ari cbo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

15:11 min | 2 years ago

"ari cbo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"If you have the opportunity go and grab a piece of paper and pencil Linda Moulton, how is going to be making some appearances in the next week or so in Florida and then Alabama. So you might want to get a paper and pencil ready before the hour is out. We will tell you where and so forth, and so on who to call that kind of thing. Anyway, here she comes from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Our science reporter, our environmental reporter, our investigator of crop circles animal mutilations, things of high strangeness indeed winner of several awards for her documentaries. From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Here's Linda how into high high art. Well, this past week the centers for disease control and prevention held the nineteen ninety eight international conference on emerging infectious. Diseases in Atlanta. The main subject was how bacteria and viruses are spreading in unexpected ways. Now because of so much world travel one case summed up the problem last year an airliner took off from Argentina and stopped in Peru to pick up meals for the flight back to the United States those meals were contaminated with cholera. Eighty passengers got off in Los Angeles and boarded other planes to go home. Consequently, those people became ill with cholera all over the country, creating the largest number of cholera cases at one time in the US since the nineteen seventy eighty sees associate director, Steven Ostrov confirmed that infectious disease is now the number three killer in the United States after cancer and heart disease. He told the media quote, partly it's because of the globalization of disease by airplane. No place on earth now is much more than thirty six hours away from anywhere else. People are simply more mobile across borders time zones and environments than ever before what worries me Linda is not only the natural possibilities, but the unnatural ones a lot of people worry about subways and so forth for biological agents. I worry about airports. Yes. Well, and you and I both have experienced more than once getting on an airplane inside of that circulated confined air, and you get off plane and two days later, you're sick. I remember telling you just prior to your last trip to Tokyo when you get to Tokyo, you're going to get sick. It was so bad. You couldn't even talk. Lately, lost my voice and for all of us. We should be going through life a little more offense ably now and finding something I guess debris on the planes. Like Michael Jackson has put over his mouth. You know, I've been told by certain people that if you. You're supposed to do this or not. But that if you tell the crew, you know, the stewardess when you get on the plane, you've got breathing problems. Right. They will give you little canisters to breathe from. I'll try. That's a hint for the traveler. Yeah, I will try that. Well, diseases are also being released from rainforest destruction. And last week a leader of Brazil's primitive Yanomami Indians pleaded for help to put out huge fires that have devastated the Amazonian region where the Indians live for the last two months. One point two four million acres have burned up from fire set by farmers clearing land for crop. How many acres one point two four million Q months? Mama have enough problem have enough a serious problems of their own right now, oh at every level from disease to every issue of survival and the situation is out of control now because of the drought in Brazil caused by L Nino. This is the worst drought ever seen in the region for five months. There has been no rain at all. And now, even more humid rainforest are being consumed by smoke and fire. It is really truly a tragedy that the entire planet should be concerned about and as the world rapidly changes into the twenty first century global economy and new dangers and concerns emerge about our environment. Tonight. I would like to help lessen fear about one issue project harp, the high frequency active auroral research program in Alaska the idea for harp. According to the programs manager. John Heckscher started back in nineteen ninety after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The United States government had purchased land in good Kona Alaska about two hundred miles northeast of Anchorage to build an over the horizon radar installation. As part of our Cold War defense system when the Cold War ended so did funding for the radar site. But I honestly physicist talk to congressman about their need to study the Arctic ionosphere region, charged with the plasmas of Aurora's in electrical disturbances as more satellites have been put into orbit around the earth ionospheric disturbances now known as space weather are increasingly important to understand if there is turbulence in the ion is fear. It can affect satellite communications for television radio shortwave in the military. Congressional initiative was approved in nineteen ninety two allocate money for ionised Feerick research on the abandoned. Over the horizon radar site at good Kona. Congress also asked the United States Air Force and navy to manage heart. But it was never an official defense department of fully formally authorized and funded program. Since then there has been growing public confusion and controversy the past few years about what happens when harp is turned on which has happened only two or three times a year. The last experiment was in June nineteen ninety seven I wanted to talk with the scientists considered to be an expert in ion is very physics who had no vested political interest in harp or the military. I located Cornell University, professor of electrical engineering, Michael Kelly who also has a PHD in physics from UC Berkeley. Dr Kelly has written a textbook used throughout universities, entitled the earth. I honest fear plasma physics and electrodynamics published by academe press. Professor Kelly was at the heart facility and good Kona Alaska for some of the early experiments. He said harps radio frequencies are from six hundred kilohertz to one point seven megahertz radio. Oh, frequencies just above the AM radio band and not microwave. Some misinform media reports setting years past professor Kelly is now working on another ionospheric experimented cornell's research facility and ARIS CBO Puerto Rico where he talked with me by phone a few days ago. I asked professor Kelly. If harp is transmitting only high frequency radio waves as television radio and shortwave, do then why some people being concerned that putting energy into the ion fear could cause damage to the environment or be used for weather and mind control. Here is Cornell university's professor Michael Kelly. Go to Alaska any night of the year land your backing up at the sky. Basically horizon to horizon, even on the quiet quiet at night and in the. In the more typical night Aurora again, horizon allies, maybe who three hundred kilometers north and south. But when you look at that and figure out how many square kilometers you're talking about two hundred thousand square kilometers if you can just see with your own eyes and every bit of that is getting more energy put in by natural phenomenon. Then put in a small bottom this guy by by heart. Though in terms of energy issues. It's absolutely a non issue. That's point number one. Point number two is the effects there's no long lasting effects. There's more long lasting effect of the Aurora. The atmosphere by far ordering orders of magnitude the radio signal the radio on the voice of America without. Doesn't try that. He puts out megawatts of power the radio transmitter of story. That's not from. Radio. You know, if you go to your radio station fact, the nearby radio station in Kona, there's a high power radio station that has know very large fields. Thanks in the parking lot of a high school. Higher than the field. Thanks we measured on the road going by the facility. Same radiation from a radio transmitter. There is no credible evidence that the Aurora affects the weather. Iran is much more. Widespread a phenomenon. Small amount of goes on with the transmitter because I said, there's no credible evidence that ROY has any effect on the weather. Ruling out affecting the weather. Absolutely completely off the wall and nonsense. When it comes to the energy that harpist putting to radio signaled, Indiana here, and the could you possibly describe for the listener what actually happening from the time that the radio transmitter in Kona is turned on and aimed at some altitude. And the ion here what is happening. Just like any other radio signal beamed up with if the radio signal is below maximum called doco frequently. The signal will reflect. Wave radio camp. They hit around the world like ham radio people use. They're doing the same thing at heart. There. They had a signal that frequency that it off? Mirror. If you raise the frequency up, the television type, FM radio and television. Thing. We'll go straight to out. You're leaving of its energy behind out. If you just get a perfectly flexing off. As is usually the case. Botha's off of background. You're backed up in there. In the case of of a higher power system. Like Luxembourg radio was the first one that did this radio. Luxembourg AM radio was was very powerful modulate other radio stations because of its effect when it was discovered. What happens is anyway goes up, and what causes to reflect the fact that the electrons are put in motion, and they re radiate the signal back ground. Mirror at home. When you look in your mirror away from your face at the mirror. Tons of the metal reflect the signal when it comes back. Power is high enough. I feel like I will move fast enough that they start to create their own physical phenomenon that. With the reflecting the honesty, there's no longer act like a mirror it acts more like an absorbing medium and that boundary. Utilized by the physics of permit. In any way, be used as a military weapon. No the military interests. But. Primarily for communication the idea of the violation of ELF. Way to create the submarine is a credible. And probably justifiable military interested in in. Hi. Even today. I think there's a yellow matters in the upper peninsula of Michigan. Wisconsin. This was a a big thing in the in the seventies. And eighties. In fact, some of the movie we talked about getting the L E L S signal crimson tide. A little blurb on L. As they call it. One of the research interests of hot is to be able to do away with rendezvous which. To be honest. If there was any effect, you'd be much more of the fact if you live near a a fascinated NFC transmitted sitting up in the atmosphere where it's more efficiently coupled to the earth wave guys, and you don't have to be transmitted. So the idea here is to use the existing already existing current system in the INS here just modulate that. And then the L frequency can penetrate, the earth and the ocean communicate that signal to decide correct? There's nothing in in prospecting and location of underground things like Saddam Hussein the bunkers and things like that though. You cannot penetrate the ocean. Penetrate, the ground view physicist who use naturally occurring and therefore on controllable yell at that'd be allowed to do prospecting. So you could take car band modulate Indiana here between frequencies to look for as it says in the Senate authorization Bill to look for underground tunnels shelter. They ended up structures. Could we at this point? Refine with hard that we could locate all of the end of ground structures in Iraq that Saddam Hussein had well, we had a. This point. But that's why all the research projects in principle. I think it is audible and people have been looking for underground tunnels that people know, for example, where all gold mines and iron mine in Alaska, and they've been saying this, and I think some pretty convincing.

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"ari cbo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"ari cbo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"If you have the opportunity go and grab a piece of paper and pencil Linda Moulton, how is going to be making some appearances in the next week or so in Florida and then Alabama. So you might want to get a paper and pencil ready before the hour is out. We will tell you where and so forth, and so on who to call that kind of thing. Anyway, here she comes from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Our science reporter, our environmental reporter, our investigator of crop circles animal mutilations, things of high strangeness indeed winner of several awards for her documentaries. From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Here's Linda Moulton how into high high art well this past week the centers for disease control and prevention held the nineteen ninety eight international conference on emerging infectious. Diseases in Atlanta. The main subject was how bacteria and viruses are spreading in unexpected ways. Now because of so much world travel one case summed up the problem last year, an airliner took off from Argentina and stopped. And we Peru to pick up meals for the flight back to the United States those meals were contaminated with cholera. Eighty passengers got off in Los Angeles and boarded other planes to go home. Consequently, those people became ill with cholera all over the country, creating the largest number of cholera cases at one time in the US since the nineteen seventy eighty sees associate director, Steven Ostrov confirmed that infectious disease is now the number three killer in the United States after cancer and heart disease. He told the media quote Hartley, it's because of the globalization of disease by airplane. No place on earth now is much more than thirty six hours away from anywhere else. People are simply more mobile across borders time zones and environments than ever before what worries me Linda is not only the natural possibilities, but the unnatural ones a lot of people worry about subways and so forth for biological agents. I worry about airports. Yes. Well, and you and I both have experienced more than once getting on an airplane inside of that circulated confined air, and you get off the plane and two days later, you're sick. I remember telling you just prior to your last trip to Tokyo Honda when you get to Tokyo, you're going to get sick. It was so bad. You couldn't even talk. Lately, lost my voice and for all of us. We should be going through life a little more offense now and finding something I guess debris on the planes. Like Michael Jackson has put over his mouth. You know, I've been told by certain people that if you. You're supposed to do this or not. But that if you tell the crew the stewardess when you get on the plane breathing problems, right? They will give you a little canisters to breathe from. I'll try. That's a hint for the traveler. Yeah, I will try that. We'll diseases are also being released from rainforest destruction. And last week a leader of Brazil's primitive Yanomami Indians pleaded for help to put out huge fires that have devastated the Amazonian region where the Indians live for the last two months. One point two four million acres of burned up from fire set by farmers clearing land for crops. How many acres one point two four million two months? Yana mama have enough problem have enough a serious problems of their own right now. Oh at every level from disease to every issue of survival and the situation is out of control now because of the drought in Brazil caused by L Nino. This is the worst drought ever seen in the region for five months. There has been no rain at all. And now, even more humid rainforest are being consumed by smoke and fire. It is really truly a tragedy that the entire planet should be concerned about and as the world rapidly changes into the twenty first century global economy and new dangers and concerns emerged about our environment. Tonight. I would like to help lessen fear about one issue project heart, the high frequency active auroral research program in Alaska the idea for harp. According to the programs manager. John Heckscher started back in nineteen ninety after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The United States government had purchased land in the Kona Alaska about two hundred miles northeast of Anchorage to build an over the horizon radar installation. As part of our Cold War defense system when the Cold War ended so did funding for the radar site. But I honest, very physicist talked to congressman about their need to study the Arctic ionosphere region charged with the plasmas of Aurora in electrical disturbances as more satellites have been put into orbit around the earth ionospheric disturbances now known as space weather are increasingly important to understand if there is turbulence in the ionised, honest, fear. It can affect satellite communications for television radio shortwave in the military. Congressional initiative was approved in nineteen Ninety-two allocate money for ions Feerick research on the abandoned. Over the horizon radar side at good Kona. Congress also asked the United States Air Force and navy to manage heart. But it was never an official defense department fully formally authorized and funded program. Since then there has been growing public confusion and controversy the past few years about what happens when harp is turned on which has happened only two or three times a year. The last experiment was in June nineteen ninety seven I wanted to talk with the scientists considered to be an expert in honest, very physics who had no vested political interest in harp or the military. I located Cornell University, professor of electrical engineering, Michael Kelly who also has a PHD in physics from UC Berkeley. Dr Kelly has written a textbook used throughout universities, entitled, the earth's ionosphere plasma physics and electrodynamics published by academe ick press. Professor Kelly was at the heart facility and good Kona Alaska for some of the early experiments. He said harps radio frequencies are from six hundred kilohertz to one point seven megahertz radio frequencies, just above the AM radio band. And not microwave is some misinform media reports set in years past professor Kelly is now working on another. I honest Feerick experimented cornell's research facility and ARIS CBO Puerto Rico where he talked with me by phone if you days ago, I asked professor Kelly if harp is transmitting only high frequency radio waves as television radio and shortwave, do then why have some people being concerned that putting energy into the INS fear could cause damage to the environment or be used for weather and mind control. Here is Cornell university's professor Michael Kelly. You go to Alaska any night of the year land, your back and look up at the sky. Basically horizon to horizon, even on the quiet, quiet. And the more typical night you have Aurora again horizon to horizon and also maybe who three hundred kilometers north. But when you look at that and figure out how many square kilometers, you're talking about two hundred thousand square kilometers, if you can just see with your own eyes and every bit of that is getting more energy put in by natural phenomenon that is put in a small guy by by heart though, in terms of energy issues. It's absolutely a non issue that's point number one. Point number two is the effects..

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"ari cbo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ari cbo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Observatory and one of the world's largest radio telescopes in normally hums 247 gathering faint signals from objects in outer space sir bouncing radar off asteroids but as an pierce scott newman reports hurricane maria has knocked the facility offline the era cbo observatory used to be the kind of place known mostly to scientists that is until it was the backdrop for the 1997 film contact after jodie foster a played an astronomer whose team intercepts a mysterious signal from deep space i gotta they got in a bad state hera cbo is a one thousand foot dish sitting like a bull in a giant sinkhole as the observatory staff sheltered in place the storm's one hundred mph winds whipped through the surrounding hills and rattled a huge antenna suspended above the main dish sending it crashing down nicholas white is with the universities space research association which helps run the observatory he says it could have been a lot worse we only got me confirm do we want to align feet from the unkind i for one of the radar system was lost give them up fouling maybe puncture the goodison with you klay who area siebe was built in the '60s in has numerous first to its credit it found the first planets around other stars it was also the first telescope to imagine asteroid it's still track socalled near earth objects the pass uncomfortably close lance spinner of the jet propulsion laboratory has travelled to ari cbo dozen of times he says he'd like to see the observatory back on line as soon as possible because there cbo just has on parallel sensitivity as a radar facility i mean it's by far the most sensitive monitoring radar and the world.

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