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"beth elliott" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"beth elliott" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Know take that into account before they decide to re open now you know down to things first very graceful segue by the way it's never too early are there for Chuck quicker traffic and weather on the three users six thirteen good morning Charles and good morning senior British the overnight construction is because as I think who's our senior British yes I am a senior yeah no no see yours good singers got three not quite a senior yet five times it's on I'm not so sure I do but that's another story the right places still blocked northbound ninety five right at the mountain road in Harford county construction still there and even without it said no impact at all southbound traffic is doing fine just make a quick check to Annapolis for good coming off the bay bridge towards arrives at I. ninety seven No construction so far this morning on the bay bridge eastbound that usually shows up around seven o'clock or so in the meantime a trip to the capital beltway ninety five parkway route twenty nine and the capital beltway is clear hi Chuck would occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS WZZM weather channel forecasters starts off dry today but that works for kill a bit of rain moving in this afternoon and sixty two right now forty six in the city thirty nine hundred dollar general the morning drive with Casey and Beth Elliott and things you should know of course the big endorsement has been delivered gore the former vice president has officially endorsed enjoyment you Joe Biden one blood was told those of those of you know I really like his films after giving the truth I have a U. S. travel related jobs could be gone by the end of April.

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"beth elliott" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

10:46 min | 4 months ago

"beth elliott" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Well so unfortunately though that conference and exclusion. We're not the only sour notes in the seventies we also have Olivia records Which was a woman's music collective in Los Angeles receiving hate mail and death threats for hiring a Trans Woman? Sandy stone as a recording engineer and Stone has written about how you know. We were all having a great time. We were making music. We were working together for the feminist cause for women supporting women and other lesbians another feminists. It was great and then a boycott and smear campaign organized by Janice Raymond eventually drove stone out of the collective which did attempt to defend her. They pin an essay four lesbian publication saying that. Hey Sandy has decided to give up her male identity. And now she's faced with the same kinds of oppression that other women and lesbians face. She must also cope with the ostracism that all of society imposes on a transsexual being. Like hey everybody has a past. But this is the president we need to focus on the president and we are all about supporting fellow women and fellow lesbians that is not how people like Janice Raymond sought no Janice Raymond saw as again essentially a guy deceiving and infiltrating a sacred female space. And I mean it's so unfortunate too because the the bigger context. Olivia records was a pretty incredible thing. Happening if you consider how today but especially back then how male dominated the music industry was But Silver Lining Sandy stone would go on to write an essay. The Empire strikes back a post transsexual manifesto that became essentially the foundation of transgender studies around the world. Yeah and also got people thinking Robin Tyler who was part of the feminist comedy do Harrison and Tyler Had been scheduled to perform at that same conference as Beth Elliott in nineteen seventy three and later in an interview. She reflected on that reaction to stone. And she says you know what's interesting rather than fighting. Who's oppressing US? Terse go after the most oppressed people instead of building a coalition and that's just shocking to me and kristen. What's what you said earlier about The need to sort of come together and fight for the same thing rather than tearing each other down exactly And then finally we wanted to talk about the Michigan. Women's that's women with a y music festival or mich- Fest Mich Fest That was started in nineteen seventy nine as a women born women again women with wise event and it is still intermittently held today and basically thousands of women would come set up Camp Cooke take classes and enjoy a safe space. There was one woman reflecting on how incredible it would be to go to the festival where you would be out in the woods and it'll be dark but you didn't have to be scared of the dark because you're just surrounded by all these other women who are wanting to have a good time but no trans women have been allowed because of the notion that it would endanger that safe space in the sense of personal liberation that it offered and that was something that was brought up in that New Yorker piece by Michelle. Goldberg and Julia. Serano also commented on mich- vest because it has happened in recent years right and there have been trans activists protests outside of the festival. Basically saying this is not okay that we're not allowed to come share the same space as well. Well Yeah I mean. I think there were activists but I think what was heavily reported on was when some Trans activists responded to the Trans Exclusionary policy of the festival by defacing property. Spray painting some things Which was another way. Four turfs and others to point and say see this essentially. This is why we can't have nice things. Yeah the wind. Us transpeople are dangerous. Transpeople ARE DANGEROUS. you're deceptive. You're mentally ill. And there's no reason that you should be included in an event for women with a why they say now when we get a little deeper into this. Trans Exclusionary radical feminist fight against against Trans Inclusion. A lot of it comes down to this idea that trans women especially are over. Reliant on gender are using gender as some kind of a crutch to again to infiltrate and deceive. Yeah it's sort of an. It's sort of an interesting. Circular ARGUMENT ABOUT GENDER IS A social. Construction IS BIOLOGICAL. What is it Writing in that New Yorker piece. Michelle Goldberg Says Trans. Women say that they are women because they feel female that as some put it they have women's brains and men's bodies radical feminists reject the notion of a quote female brain. They believed that if women think and act differently from men. It's because society forces them to requiring to be sexually attractive nurturing and deferential in the words of Lear Keith Speaker at radames. Respond femininity is quote ritualized submission and so this is kind of the check. No boxes issue the you. Shouldn't you shouldn't feel compelled or compel others to say that you are female or male? Trans people are hurting themselves with surgery or hormones when they should learn to accept themselves as they are you're just playing into the binary gender doesn't exist female is a social construct and that's an idea that Amanda Marcotte over its slate picks up on when discussing writer Elinor Burkitt's argument that Caitlyn Jenner and other trans women constitute a threat to feminism. Now it's worth noting that Amanda Marcotte and on the other side. Eleanor Burqa there. These are just two people who are making these arguments. Plenty of other people have been part of this conversation but this I thought the article of its late was a good highlight of the conversation. And Marcotte asks why be suspicious of Trans Women's socially constructed gender then if female quote unquote female is always construct. Anyway she says. Do you really believe it's just socially constructed if you're arguing for biologically women born women only spaces so it's an argument. That kind of just goes in a circle of we'll way so if you're saying that it really is just a construct and that feminine women are just putting on a costume femininity to appease the patriarchy. Then how is the trans quote unquote performance of gender and femininity any different than a cyst? Woman's performance of gender and femininity and why should transfer to not be included in women only spaces? Well I think that in this pocket. Of radical feminism. Most of us are doing it wrong in their eyes. Wouldn't you think because you would need to force divorce? Yourself of any outer. Trappings of femininity in order to truly achieve this this idea of feminism. That they have Right Yeah. I don't know and and in Kristen you mentioned muddying the waters earlier and I mean the things that were touching on at the moment or they're not all from the same people and I think that's what makes it complicated because some radical feminists are saying divorce yourself from everything that is male and masculine and be androgynous. Some people are saying embrace everything that is feminine and womanly in you. Some people are just saying like just turn away from men and just sleep with women or live with women. And don't you know have any connection to men at all so but not all of these different groups are saying the same thing I mean. It's honestly mind boggling and seems to lead to dead ends whichever way you turn. Yeah and it's also it's also I don't know how productive it is to tell people how to live and what to like. I mean I I think conversations about the Patriarchy are obviously important and enlightening and. I'm not sure that to me. It's akin to sing. The roof is leaking so just burnt down the whole house. Yeah but you know. I love an HDTV metaphor. Let's renovate this feminist house. That's right well you know. Women are good at interior decor so in the first half of the show. We focused a lot on trans-phobia but now let's talk about Trans Activism. Because activists are loud and proud and transgender people are more visible than ever before and actively fighting and simply by living and being vocal are fighting these turf. Stereotypes circling around hate fear and exclusion. I mean you have people like Laverne Cox Janet. Mock Caitlyn Jenner and jazz jennings to only name. Four who are putting human faces on the issue that really would didn't exist with this level of visibility at all in the seventies or eighties. I mean certainly. Trans activists are just as vocal as they always have been. But it's just now I feel like they're being heard that people are willing to say okay. No wait what are you saying? Let's actually listen to this and Actually give you a chance to speak These activists are fighting for inclusion. Yes but they're also fighting for safety for recognition.

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"beth elliott" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

11:53 min | 4 months ago

"beth elliott" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Were certainly alive and well in the nineteen seventies But we're really going to talk about what's going on today especially because when you look at criticisms of feminists it usually is the you know the turf label that gets tossed around a lot of like. Oh well feminism today is wrong because you're not really advocating for gender equality because you have some of these radical feminist out here who are missing dress to want nothing to do with men who were in that is not equality at all. So this is I think an important clarifying conversation to have to narrow down. Who turps really are in terms of being a small segment of the feminist spectrum and how they are even distinct from radical feminists and how radical feminists are even distinct from. Would we say what lower case F feminists? Yeah and I mean. I think it's important sometimes. It goes up saying but it is important to revisit the idea that yes. Feminism does have many many branches. It is a tree with many many branches not all of which overlap and get along with each other by the same token to. I think it's important to frame this conversation away from the cat. Fight Eighty Angle. That tends to be Very attractive to the media like Oh look feminists are fighting with each other again and I really don't want to present this conversation of these. We don't like these women over here. They're saying all these nasty things but rather take more of a bird's eye view of the lay of the land of what what's going on. How this term turf even came about And how the Trans Activism that? It's really you know in full bloom today is dealing with this trans-phobia that has existed historically and still today within small corners of feminism. Yeah so the. I mentioned earlier that the term turf is actually pretty new. Despite the fact that there have been Anti Trans Feminists in the movement from the get go. So KRISTEN WEAR DID TURF. Come from so. The term is credited to Australian blogger. Tig Dog who was also assist Gender Woman And Tig tug coined it as a neutral description of a particular group of activists that she felt in her words or colonizing radical feminist discourse. Yes she says. It wasn't meant to be a slur but she assure it can be perceived as one in the same way that some people might consider the words feminist or radical feminists to be slurs depending on the tone and context. And who's saying it and so in that same vein? Many of these women who are called turf definitely opposed the term saying that it is a slur and they prefer the term man exclusionary radical feminist but preferring the term man exclusionary radical feminists also highlights their trans-phobia absolutely because they are still in calling themselves. Man Exclusionary radical feminist or Murph's. They're still calling Trans Women. Men exactly that it falls under the same umbrella to them and this whole turf merv transphobia within feminism issue seems to have come to a head in twenty fourteen when there was a piece in the New Yorker by Michelle Goldberg Writing. About transphobic feminists and trends feminists and sort of how they have obviously like butt heads. How are they existing these same spaces especially in the context of Growing Trans Activism And in response to that New Yorker piece which we'll talk about in more detail later on in the PODCAST JULIA. Serano WHO's author of the whipping girl wrote in the advocate quote from their point of view. They should be referred to as Murph's because they reject trans women who they see as men but not trans men who they view as misguided women who have been brainwashed by patriarchal and transgender agendas. Needless to say an overwhelming majority of transgender people rejected this framing of the issue and Serrano writing. That piece in the advocate was clarifying all of that. Because she felt that the New Yorker piece didn't really outline clearly enough the the depth of the transphobia that a lot of these turfs these trans exclusionary radical feminists Really embrace. Yeah we'll end. She was also arguing that Goldberg painted so called. Turfs in a much more sympathetic light than she did. Actual Trans activists which is something that we see across a lot of think pieces for lack of a better word that are around today talking about these very same issues and by the same token to there is a concern among radical feminists who are not transphobic. That lumping all of this together in this way in the way that the New Yorker piece and other pieces have have kind of done of really muddying. Those waters They've worried that it's casting a shadow on them. Lumping all radical feminists into the turf grew. Yeah Hashtag not all red FEM. Exactly yeah and so. It is worth Clarifying yes that not all. Radical feminists are transphobic. And that there are plenty of Trans Women activists who are feminists these you know lots of been diagrams going on surprise surprise in the feminist movement. But we looked over at the TURFS DOT COM to get some clarification on what a trans exclusionary radical feminist is or does And they point out that turfs as they see it. Assert that Trans women or men and vice versa And that Trans. Women can't actually be lesbians They out transpeople whether they're co workers colleagues. Whoever and they make the assertion that the world would be a better place without trans people. See the example of Bev von Der. Who's a big name turf activist and writer? Von Der said they expect will be shocked to see statistics about them being killed and don't realize some of US wish they would all be dead and Von Doors name is actually one that comes up when we look at sort of the history of that tension between feminism radical feminism and Trans activists. Yes so now is the time when we highlight a couple of not so savory moments and radical feminist history so in nineteen seventy three at the West Coast Lesbian Conference Trans Folksinger. Beth Elliott was threatened and eventually excluded from the gathering of more than twelve hundred lesbian women and a group called the gutter dykes head leafletted. The conference to protest Elliott's inclusion and the charge was led Carolina by none other than who by the von door who alleged or still alleges that Eliot had stopped her and threatened to rape her after Vonda turned Elliott down when they were teens and so this is really a lightning rod moment in the feminism. If we're going to have the dichotomy if we're going to say the feminism versus Trans Movement Because it really highlighted. Hey we don't like transpeople or Hey. We need to support an include transpeople. Well an kind of pulling out our focus a little bit too. This is something that Serano writes about in whipping girl in terms of Just transphobia in the nineteen seventies and of transpeople having a really hard time finding a welcoming space because you have within radical feminism this trans-phobia happening and then when it comes to the gay rights movement in the same way that betty for Dan was pulling the lavender menace. The gay rights movement wasn't so open to trans people either because they were trying to position their platform in more of a away from gender identity and focusing on sexual orientation and relationships so they were like we don't have a place anywhere yes but at the same time the group the gutter dykes are leafleting. The conference to protest. Elliot's inclusion keynote speaker Robin Morgan with blasting Elliott and Trans Women in general in her speech she called Elliott an opportunist infiltrator and a destroyer. Morgan said I will not call a male. She thirty two years of suffering in this android centric society and of surviving have earned me the title woman. One walk down the street by a male transvestite. Five minutes of his being hassled which he may enjoy and then he dares he dares to think he understands our pain and this is a refrain that I mean this is still going on the miss `gendering the purposeful attempt to cause pain by misjudging. Trans people is something that still goes on. I mean we saw it. Come out in full force win. Caitlyn Jenner was on the cover vanity fair exactly but so in the wake of this speech and the wake in the wake of the leafleting Elliott gets onstage to perform but the turfs got violent. They were threatening her and they jumped on stage to assault her but again not all feminists not all lesbians. Not all women of this movement felt the same way writing in the publication. The tide which is a lesbian newsletter. One woman did speak up for Eliot. She wrote this woman is insisting that Beth Elliott not be permitted to perform because Beth is a transsexual. Beth was on the San Francisco Steering Committee for the conference. A Pan of the original group that gave birth to the idea. She's written some far out femina songs. That's why she's here. No we do not cannot relate to her as a man we have not known as a Man. She is a woman because she chooses to be a woman. What right do you have to define her sexuality and I just thought that this was a perfect as I said lightning rod moment to highlight the division between Turfs and non turf? Basically everyone everyone else. Yeah and pedal so much in those same myth about transpeople that we've talked about on past podcast that they are really just trying to deceive US and infiltrate and where gender as a costume So it's just it's so again again and again and again reading about this especially the history in obviously How it still going on today? It's unfortunate to see people in the name of feminism really just recycling the same kinds of lies feminism ultimately is trying to dismantle.

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"beth elliott" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

09:18 min | 8 months ago

"beth elliott" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Can map out the trajectory and one thing goes enough blaze of glory I didn't even blaze you know you can see this morning there was kind of cool from that video you probably noticed was the gas cap in front of the model was was glowing and even though we were simulating flight you know way up high in the atmosphere where it's fairly thin not a lot of air molecules the fact that you're traveling say twenty five times the speed of sound you're still compressing nothing in heating this gas extreme temperatures and that's what causes it to glow like that which is a nice visual indication why you need to have a heat shield on your vehicle when you're entering the wise precaution so that so that that's the that's the free flight range it's it's geared towards aero-dynamics we've been in business or that facility not not me but the phillies business since the mid sixties start off supporting Apollo in virtually just a few exceptions every NASA Asa Prob- that's entered a planet's atmosphere is had some sort of testing done in the blister grange compounds names we've also been involved with some private industry. He's such spacex dragon capsule and blue origin new shepard capsule so basically my team and I we provide testing service we we operate the facilities conduct the test for visiting researchers who pay for access and then we deliver to the data and then they go off publisher papers whatever so in that sense we really are a gun for hire hire so he's never thought an awful in the west I I should have dressed like clint eastwood but I should have thought that West mead that Western intro for him to write music yeah the next year can't wait is more questions for you sure shoot says the fastest asks gun in the West how third fs again do you use lasers no do use lasers we do use lasers for various Chris Applications for example in the vertical gun range we use lasers for model detection system that is to we have laser light sheets at specific vic distances and when the particle passes through these beams they stopped timers so knowing the time elapsed and the distance traveled you can then calculate the velocity so that's how we measure the velocity of our so that's one application nice I'll stick six is the gun test performed in a vacuum yes both the for both facilities actually there vacuum chamber so you can you can pump pressure way down and the vertical gun you can simulate impact pack on an airless body or you can back fill a different test gases if let's say if you're simulating an impact on Mars for example you can put a low level of carbon dioxide in there so we contested vacuum or in variable gases for different atmospheres three x three says are acts. What is is the craziest experiment you've ever done craziest well let's see there there's a couple that come to mind one that was fun this was a couple decades ago we were we had a researcher who is simulating the impact that we believe triggered the extinction of the dinosaurs sixty five million years ago Oh yes Mount Everest sized asteroid that slammed into just off the coast of the Yucatan caused a crater and so that was that was very cool the project because what he demonstrated was if if the impact would come straight in normal to the earth and most of the ejected material would have gone straight back up out in the space but looking at the shape of the crater and the iridium deposits that came from the impact or in the way there's scattered across the Earth would indicate that it came in at a very shallow angle angle and because of that you have this wall of destruction of material going into the northern hemisphere and then a lot of stuff getting a trained in the atmosphere at caused dramatic climatic changes changes so that you know if we might we might not be here in dinosaurs might still be around if it had come in a different angle you know that was that was slowly example right spacecraft dinosaurs yeah yeah we're going to let you go really soon but they're two more good questions missile we'll do a rapid fire thing here Nikki cakes as can we shoot a spacecraft at another planet or towards another planet instead of using rockets will from from the surface of earth that would be very difficult because you know you've got gravity and you've got the atmosphere to get through and so they've been trying to use like guns John's to launch satellites into space and it's really not very feasible means of doing so maybe if you build something you know that's an a an orbital platform and launched it from there that might be a good way to get it there but from the surface of planet that now too much yeah you don't take the last one yes so we have scary crazy butter knife and says chuck have you done any impact or microscopic topic impact testing on spacecraft Yes yes we have the Cassini mission in Mars Rovers we we looked at some vehicle survivability or vulnerability ability tests where we took JPL came to us with certain components of the spacecraft they were concerned about if they had adequate shielding so we replicated micro meteoroid impacts on those components so you can so he could get a better probabilistic model of what sort of survivability the vehicle or how likely the vehicle survive getting to its destination so we we have done some micro meteoroid impact tests on spacecraft so awesome to so many different kinds of things it sounds very cool cool well thank you for coming in you know you get out of here for now and we're going to invite you back leader when when it's time to vote okay all right all right did you know half of that stuff I knew I knew the impact impact crater formation diner star search that's like so cool who never think so much on the show I know so let's let's move on and learn some more from our next guest come on out Linley Three d glasses cool necessarily welcome scoot right in there yeah get nice and close to the MIC Ashtray? So why don't you tell me Your name and what you do here aims so I'm Lindley George and I am an intern here at Ames working with the intelligent robotics group creating a three d visualizations using novel media particularly geological logical and geospatial data. Wow really cool all right well we're going to hear more about that I describe for us your tired today so I'm interest as a regular intern in my normal everyday outfit so we get a lot of personal expression with how we dress but I do have a couple of things I've got the closed toed shoes bruce on hold back because I work three D. printers and I don't really want to get tangled up in the film's slow fashion second safety I that's that's the way all right so tell us a little bit about what you're working on three D. printers three glasses what are you working on so so I work on creating three visualizations including a three D. printed models. Maybe if you hold that still there does it could get a close up on three D. printed model of what so this is a borehole drilled by curiosity and it was created this three d model was created did from stereoscopic images that took of that Ball Hall so the Governor Angle Okay the rover on Mars is drilling and rolling a ball holes to see if it can get samples from I believe they're called mud stones to see what kind of chemicals and if there's any proteins or anything sort of like in the in those rocks and so curious your overs in gale crater creating these boreholes and taking stereoscopic images which images from two angles and from that you can create gate this is an incomplete three mich- so if you hold it the right angled is actually a little holes in the bottom and fixing those holes and seeing the best ways to take photos to get complete complete missions as hot but mostly what I do is I take various stereoscopic images and use three D. Printing and holograms grams and augmented reality to what types of visualizations we can make in the hopes that scientists can't just casually drop off on Mars can make ah like observations so observations like Mary Beth Elliott was making the desert using just these images that we've collected from wow okay right so scientists on earth could be watching what can be.

"beth elliott" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

NASA In Silicon Valley

09:19 min | 8 months ago

"beth elliott" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

"From which we can map out the trajectory and one thing goes enough blaze of glory I didn't even blaze you know you can see this morning there was kind of cool from that video you probably noticed was the gas cap in front of the model was was glowing and even though we were simulating flight you know way up high in the atmosphere where it's fairly thin not a lot of air molecules the fact that you're traveling say twenty five times the speed of sound you're still compressing nothing in heating this gas extreme temperatures and that's what causes it to glow like that which is a nice visual indication why you need to have a heat shield on your vehicle when you're entering wise precaution so that so that that's the that's the free flight range it's it's geared towards aero-dynamics we've been in business or that facility not not me but the phillies business since the mid sixties start off supporting Apollo in virtually just a few exceptions every NASA Asa Prob- that's entered a planet's atmosphere is had some sort of testing done in the blister grange compounds names we've also been involved with some private industry. He's such spacex dragon capsule and blue origin new shepard capsule so basically my team and I we provide testing service we we operate the facilities conduct the test for visiting researchers who pay for access and then we deliver to the data and then they go off publisher papers whatever so in that sense we really are a gun for hire hire so he's never thought an awful in the west I I should have dressed like clint eastwood but I should have thought that West mead that Western intro for him to music the next year can't wait is more questions for you sure shoot says the fastest asks gun in the West how third fs again do you use lasers no do use lasers we do use lasers for various Chris Applications for example in the vertical gun range we use lasers for model detection system that is to we have laser light sheets at specific vic distances and when the particle passes through these beams they stopped timers so knowing the time elapsed and the distance traveled you can then calculate the velocity so that's how we measure the velocity of our so that's one application nice I'll stick six is the gun test performed in a vacuum yes both the for both facilities actually there vacuum chamber so you can you can pump pressure way down and the vertical gun you can simulate impact pack on an airless body or you can back fill a different test gases if let's say if you're simulating an impact on Mars for example you can put a low level of carbon dioxide in there so we contested vacuum or in variable gases for different atmospheres three x three says are acts. What is is the craziest experiment you've ever done craziest well let's see there there's a couple that come to mind one that was fun this was a couple decades ago we were we had a researcher who is simulating the impact that we believe triggered the extinction of the dinosaurs sixty five million years ago Oh yes Mount Everest sized asteroid that slammed into just off the coast of the Yucatan caused a crater and so that was that was very cool the project because what he demonstrated was if if the impact would come straight in normal to the earth and most of the ejected material would have gone straight back up out in the space but looking at the shape of the crater and the iridium deposits that came from the impact or in the way there's scattered across the Earth would indicate that it came in at a very shallow angle angle and because of that you have this wall of destruction of material going into the northern hemisphere and then a lot of stuff getting a trained in the atmosphere at caused dramatic climatic changes changes so that you know if we might we might not be here in dinosaurs might still be around if it had come in a different angle you know that was that was slowly example right spacecraft dinosaurs yeah yeah we're going to let you go really soon but they're two more good questions missile we'll do a rapid fire thing here Nikki cakes as can we shoot a spacecraft at another planet or towards another planet instead of using rockets will from from the surface of earth that would be very difficult because you know you've got gravity and you've got the atmosphere to get through and so they've been trying to use like guns John's to launch satellites into space and it's really not very feasible means of doing so maybe if you build something you know that's an a an orbital platform and launched it from there that might be a good way to get it there but from the surface of planet that now too much yeah you don't take the last one yes so we have scary crazy butter knife and says chuck have you done any impact or microscopic topic impact testing on spacecraft Yes yes we have the Cassini mission in Mars Rovers we we looked at some vehicle survivability or vulnerability ability tests where we took JPL came to us with certain components of the spacecraft they were concerned about if they had adequate shielding so we replicated micro meteoroid impacts on those components so you can so he could get a better probabilistic model of what sort of survivability the vehicle or how likely the vehicle survive getting to its destination so we we have done some micro meteoroid impact tests on spacecraft so awesome to so many different kinds of things it sounds very cool cool well thank you for coming in you know you get out of here for now and we're going to invite you back leader when when it's time to vote okay all right all right did you know half of that stuff I knew I knew the impact impact crater formation diner star search that's like so cool who never think so much on the show I know so let's let's move on and learn some more from our next guests come on out Linley Three d glasses cool necessarily welcome scoot right in there yeah get nice and close to the mic I raised so why don't you tell me Your name and what you do here aims so I'm Lindley George and I am an intern here at Ames working with the intelligent robotics group creating a three d visualizations using novel media particularly geological logical and geospatial data? Wow really cool all right well we're going to hear more about that I describe for us your tired today so I'm interest as a regular intern in my normal everyday outfit so we get a lot of personal expression with how we dress but I do have a couple of things I've got the closed toed shoes bruce on hold back because I work three D. printers and I don't really want to get tangled up in the film's slow fashion second safety I that's that's the way all right so tell us a little bit about what you're working on three D. printers three glasses what are you working on so so I work on creating three visualizations including a three D. printed models. Maybe if you hold that still there does it could get a close up on three D. printed model of what so this is a borehole drilled by curiosity and it was created this three d model was created did from stereoscopic images that took of that Ball Hall so the Governor Angle Okay the rover on Mars is drilling and rolling a ball holes to see if it can get samples from I believe they're called mud stones to see what kind of chemicals and if there's any proteins or anything sort of like in the in those rocks and so curious your overs in gale crater creating these balls and taking stereoscopic images which images from two angles and from that you can create gate this is an incomplete three mich- so if you hold it the right angled is actually a little holes in the bottom and fixing those holes and seeing the best ways to take photos to get complete complete missions as hot but mostly what I do is I take various stereoscopic images and use three D. Printing and holograms grams and augmented reality to what types of visualizations we can make in the hopes that scientists can't just casually drop off on Mars can make ah like observations so observations like Mary Beth Elliott was making the desert using just these images that we've collected from wow okay right so scientists on earth could be watching what can.

"beth elliott" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"beth elliott" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Well she was a bad metal ball without okay were you said now is kind of crappy actually yeah a guy does not there is a name Dorgan Roger that's very that's very Obama like okay to read everybody the country so in the rack that's what happened that's what happened what he got I know you know they what dropped out presidential bubble walked on the stage of the Apollo instead of going to talk with you I'm your president here's what I have to say he starts again some al Grega right he loved it your trump place in golf is a drug leaves a piece of crap is on presidential how dairy Kerry when I say vermin infested does a race of people come to mind at no does not no no no you know why because not racist right any of this city is infested it's funny there was the the somebody put this on one of the pages today there was a news reporter doing a report in Baltimore in a rat ran behind in classes yeah the the non infested arm I mean we're talking about rats but the president's involvement infested yeah and we're the likening it to the Holocaust the idiots on the left I think that he may be able yeah right right right okay I do not know your go there about because we do a lot of politics today well what we'll do then but I think the the the good lord above we've got another person selling our food supply I know can you explain to me what this deal is now I think it's time to bed and I think it's lick on ice cream or or see a bit and then for the tea and it's just dump right there now fourteen dumb what now fourteen dollars an hour for a clean come on dude yeah what are we talking to which the late what's the latest now all the way are you good food are you get food delivered to your house is a fun story on that one no we heard about that I have heard of he has you'll talk about safer sex we are thinking about our food supply if nothing else for food supplies okay so what do I have the patriot supply because I want to be able to make sure I've got the food that I from the inception till gets into my plate our guide what what it would have been his one from the blaze police are seeking a woman who reportedly urinated on some potatoes in a Pennsylvania Walmart and also you said Alaina gazes out I I miss that will yeah a police are seeking a woman who reportedly urinated on some potatoes in a Pennsylvania Walmart at the alleged incident recently took place at a Walmart in west Mifflin Pennsylvania police are looking to identify the female suspect was caught on store surveillance footage according to Katie K. A. T. V. the woman reportedly urinated on a benefit tae does it shortly after entering the store after the alleged act she left woman who is described as having dark hair was carrying a bag a cell phone apparently war your buds the store medially remedy the situation by disposing of the affected produce and thoroughly clean the area in which the incident took place a Walmart representative told WPXI TV they witness the alleged incident a shopper also told the station she was horrified by the incident my first reactions one kind of horrified I realize some people of issues that might lead them to do things that might be considered unusual so customer Beth Elliott's any from I'm sorry right at the end so it can be reported to the west Mifflin borough police departments well I'm sorry we were the customers of that she was horrified my first reaction I realize some people have issues that might lead them to do things that might be considered unusual that's more than the doctor all that's the indoctrination of the American people right there some people might have issues that lead to do things that are unusual no maybe just Peter the potatoes dumb **** let's let's just can't we just be honest a lady Peter the potatoes of course she's got issues she needs to go to jail she peeled the potatoes you know we really have to look after some people of the misuse them again we just don't know what we always make an excuse for somebody's bad behavior most times yes so I got a whole no whole thing of snow flakes people are raising not me but other people people of issues and you know yeah we'll have the things they're out of the ordinary so if I go to Walmart and decide to to whiz that's the proper terminology right now why I hate that word if I if I know no but aside to I'm sorry I'll be more careful if I decide to whistle on even worse or better now is it worse has it worse and I like his work you know I don't want to lie I have to Israel tell you that so I think that all the terminology news I think if I'm lucky no thinking going about the room sound so grown urinating well it's better than taking no no I don't like you saying that no okay we can start here I've got a tingle but the rest area I'm so next time I go to Walmart I'll I'll just go ahead and tickle on some potatoes and somebody asked me what I do and I'll just say sometimes I do things that are out of the ordinary yeah that's not gonna fly not go to jail go to jail don't pay on the potatoes go to jail so they discover somebody with dark haired ear buds well that's good good good to EE finder then well there is a picture of her yeah because they'd have a you can see the P. O. I did not let's see what the picture looks like if I could figure that one out see if I can identify the woman whose took a turn the potatoes that Sir well I understand I'm looking at the picture that's supposed to be her yes and the black outfit yes and one here it's fuzzy it's it's well blurry do you see a better picture that I'm saying I I guess I can I can make her facial features I mean no I see the face of all this is like a really generic Walmart pictures Getty images when we click on the surveillance footage is about children something how close was the Hamra to the potato internet is what thank you I mean I agree that there is but I believe this Patel okay this call now I okay so yeah benefits and I do see a shot ever right yeah so she'd she walks in drops trao just lets it go the potatoes I guess so is is is let's go right one no again no I told you let's use proper terminology urinates I'm sorry really all right so it let me just say this don't you it's only the potatoes with your Pennsylvania got a lot of people living check us out tonight don't eat potatoes in Kerry's is anybody going to good explanation for why people continue to do this other people's food now there is no good explanation for it there is none I don't these people though there are cameras everywhere you're gonna get caught and especially if you're dumb enough to put it on you know just so you wanted to go viral they're going to catch up with you it's going to happen Diane we're talking about here now I know and then you thought your food so you're like out well forget it I won't shop there get the potatoes then some reason and then copy I will go there at all in fact I'll just have so many deliver my flu grow my own well yeah that's a problem I will be able grow their own potatoes anymore so so what because reading fun with food and it's just about dinnertime in many parts of the country enjoy your dinner where are you guys really heroes I mean it's an extra flavor in your message yes we got a sexy I'm not saying come on you guys said you six one oh my saying I'm so come on pass the really it was the ball you're supposed to say and then I would have said it you can't do what all right past the potatoes that had no actually I would say don't pass the potatoes on this story do not want potatoes are but but good news you can have the food delivered if you know that saving good right right well not really this is on our website W. away I with the popularity of being able to order food through a food absa just post made store dash and over eats increasing a new survey has been done that reveals that one for delivery drivers are eating your food before it gets to your door over fifteen hundred all right surveyed twenty eight percent admitted to grabbing a bite from your order also seventy percent of customers of said the delivery drivers will leave the food at the door and bail without even knocking were ringing the doorbell eighty five percent of people surveyed us that in order to solve the problem of the delivery driver snacking on your food they prefer their food to be an tamper resistant containers who does that a little bite what do you do to stop that you order potatoes from Walmart No Way data by the villages livery driver to go by that all right all why have I delivered pizzas in my life I will tell you this I've never taken anything off the pizza while delivering it to somebody but coming out of the oven there might be an extra pepperoni or two on a pizza and right gonna say like a bread stick or something never not not not a bridge the guy but I would grab will be a little some off there with your hand but it over to double pepperoni on his pizza when a customer got it there was not a double pepperoni was going to say that wow Sam Yorkin pizza you ever do that all the time especially if you believe what we would do the demo I would actually cut off a little piece the does that make a tiny pizza for myself well that's well before David cook to get to the customer's door three zero like delivering your your your child Maine and sucking some in before he kept that's a good night chopsticks like Ben is getting one ten sushi rolls very let me grab one of the most wanted nine eight eight nine four one pack Joe packs are coming here is expected somebody in your food let me ask you this how are much more careful are you now you're gonna get you hear about all these people looking food and peeling food everything else are you more careful I I know I it's just disgusting holding anyone three tamper resistant I like to make a tamper proof if twenty five percent admitting to eating some of your phone that means more like fifty percent or die now I know because you know they're out there they're lying through their teeth they took about eight nine four one tags Joe packs dot coms they're right here.

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"beth elliott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"beth elliott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"What how fourteen come on dude yeah what we talked to which the late what's the latest now all the way are you good food are you get food delivered to your house is a fun story on that one no we heard about that I have heard of he has also we are thinking about our food supply if nothing else for food supplies okay contamination you know what I have the patriot supply because I want to be able to make sure I got the food that I conception till gets in my plate our guide what what would happen is one from the blaze police are seeking a woman who reportedly urinated on some potatoes in a Pennsylvania Walmart and also you still wanna gazes out I I miss that was a police are seeking a woman reportedly urinated on some potatoes in a Pennsylvania Walmart and the alleged incident recently took place at Rockmart in west Mifflin Pennsylvania police are looking to identify the female suspect was caught on store surveillance footage according to Katie K. A. T. V. the woman reportedly urinated on a benefit take those it shortly after entering the store after the alleged act she left will indescribably dark hair was during a bag a cell phone apparently war your vibes and for me the only remedy the situation by disposing of the affected produce and thoroughly clean the area in which the incident took place a Walmart representative told of the P. excites the V. they witness the alleged incident a shopper also to the station she was horrified by the incident my first reactions one kind of horrified I realize the people of issues that might lead them to do things that might be considered unusual so customer Beth Elliott's any from sort of way to the end so it can be reported to the west Mifflin borough police departments well I'm sorry we were the customers and that she was horrified my first reaction I realize some people have issues that might lead them to do things that might be considered unusual okay that's more than the doctor all that's the indoctrination of the American people right there some people might have issues that lead to do things that are unusual no let me just Peter the potatoes dumb **** let's let's just can we just be honest a lady peel the potatoes of course she's got issues she needs to go to jail she peeled the potatoes you know we will have to look after some people have an issue that we just don't know what we always make an excuse for somebody bad behavior most times yes so I got a whole no holding a snow flakes people are raising not me but other people what issues and you know yeah we'll have to think they're out of the ordinary so I go to Walmart inside the two way is that the proper terminology right now why I hate that word if I if I know now what is said to I'm sorry I'll be more careful if I decide to whistle even worse or better now is it worse has it worse and I like working no I don't want your line I have to is the that's so I think that all the terminology news I think is appropriate lucky no thinking going on about the really don't so gross well it's better than taking now no I don't like you saying that now okay we can stop Europe got a tingle at the rest area up so next to Walmart I'll I'll just go ahead and tickle on some potatoes everybody else doing I'll just say it's time to do things that are out of the ordinary yeah that's not gonna fly not go to jail go to jail don't pay other potatoes go to jail so there's rumors somebody with dark haired ear buds well that's good good good to Duffy finer than well there is a picture of her yeah because they'd have a you can see the pillow I did not let's see the picture looks like if I could figure that one out see if I can identify the woman whose who took a turn the potatoes that Sir well I understand I'm looking at the picture that's mostly her yes and the black outfit yes no one here it's fuzzy it's it's what do you see a better picture that I'm saying I I guess I can I can make her facial features I mean now I see the face of all this is like a really generic Walmart picture Getty images when we click on the surveillance footage is your batch of recently how close was the Hamra to the potato internet is what thank you I mean I agree that there is but I believe this party okay this call benefit of a call I do see a shot over right yeah so should she walks in drops trao just lets a gold potatoes I guess so is is is let's go right one no again no I told you let's jysk proper terminology urinates I'm sorry really yes all right so let me just say this don't you what are you going to bring a check us out tonight don't eat potatoes and carries or is anybody going to good explanation for why people continue to do this other people's food now there is no good explanation for it there is none I don't these people though there are cameras everywhere you're gonna get caught and especially for dumb enough to put it on you know just so you wanted to go viral they're going to catch up with you it's going to happen time we're talking about here now I know and then you put your food so you're likable forget it I won't shop there you get the potatoes then some reason to think of it I'll go there at all in fact I'll just have to deliver my photograph my amputated well yeah that's a problem I will be able grow their own potatoes anymore so so what because having fun with food and it's just about dinnertime in many parts of the country enjoy your dinner where are you really heroes I mean it's an extra flavor to see Joe yes we got a sexy I'm not saying come on you guys said you know six months my saying I'm so come on past the really going here is the boys Jose and then I would have said it back you can't do all right past the potatoes that had no actually I would say don't pass the potatoes on this story do not want potatoes are but but good news you can have the food delivered you know that's saving good right great well not really this is on our website W. away I with the popularity of being able to order food through a food absences post mates door dash over eats increasing a new surveys been done that reveals that one for delivery drivers are eating your food before it gets to your door over fifteen hundred rubber survey twenty eight percent admitted to grabbing a bite for your order also seventy percent of customers of said the delivery drivers will leave the food at the door and bail without even knocking a ringing the doorbell eighty five percent of people surveyed is that in order to solve the problem of the delivery driver snacking on your food they prefer their food to be in Tampa resistant containers who does that a little bite what do you do stuff that you order potatoes from Walmart you know my data might have a look at the livery driver to go by that all so I have I delivered pizzas in my life I will tell you this I've never taken anything off the pizza while delivering it to somebody but coming out of the oven there might be an extra pepperoni or two on a pizza and right I'd stick or something never not not not bridge the guy but I would grab will be a little some off there with your hand but it over a double pepperoni on his pizza when a customer got it was not a double pepperoni was gonna say that in wow share your good pizza you ever do that all the time as a completed we would do the demo I would actually cut off a little piece that doesn't make a tiny pizza for myself well that's well before David cook can get to the customer's door delivering your your your child main and second son in before he kept that's a good night like Ben is getting one ten sushi rolls very let me grab one of those wanted nine eight eight nine four one tags Joe packed dot com if you're a suspected somebody your food let me ask you this how are much more careful are you now you're gonna get you hear about all these people looking food and Pete and food everything else are you more careful I I know I exist discussing hopefully anyone three tamper resistant I like to make a tamper proof if twenty five percent or admitting to eating some of your phone that means more like fifty percent or don't I know I know because you know they're out there they're lying through their teeth they took about eight eight nine four one tags Joe packs dot coms there either.

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