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A Planned Uptick in Defense Spending in the UK

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

04:06 min | 6 d ago

A Planned Uptick in Defense Spending in the UK

"Here to talk about european defence topics because there are many that have emerged over the past few weeks from the united kingdom announcing that it's going to spend big on defense to the revival of the german eurofighter typhoon and developments on the swiss fighter competition. There's certainly a lot to talk about. So tony i wanted to turn to you first. And in addition to that we have a lot of details to share about aviation weeks military forecast and the opportunities that that presents for companies. Where but i. I'm gonna turn to tony to talk a little bit about what's been going on in the. Uk can bring up to speed on where london is on its spending commitments function. Yeah i mean we been quite interesting week. So last week We sort of learned that this very lodge integrates review. Probably what reporting this year and this was going to be sort of an all encompassing big review Biggest one since the cold which would look at the. Uk's defense posture decisions on offense equipment and so on and basically equip the uk for future wolf Future what we did get instead. Now the review is going to come in february. And i'll come back to that in a sec. What we do get instead was essentially a sixteen billion pound or twenty. Four billion pounds boost to defenses causes now sixteen if you listen to the government's consent to party's manifesto or it's twenty million pounds overall over four years so it's a significant boost and the largest ones called call. What was very interesting with that. There was only a few mentions of. How would inference airspace. The uk will get a space command. Sort of link probably onto the force. Because that's the lead on their in space Operations here in the uk and also probably some more money for the ten pace but it was quite vacant that it was very detail on this. And that's partly because of this lack of strategy that still yet to come out so we're gonna get this extra you know pubic pounds. But we have no idea how it's really going to be spent and there's a federal criticism about that cycle. Tony also. Where's the money going to come from with with brexit on the horizon what what does the. Uk's financial situation. How is it going to be able to afford to boost the budget in that way. This is the big elephant in the room. I mean we're heading. Towards at the moment no deal brexit the most ruinous brexit the one that say basically sends businesses and unemployment into the heavens than we're already in a pandemic and then the government's about to really really took the uk off the edge by not getting a deal. We we wait and see if we're gonna get one so yeah. Where is this money can to come from So the talks. All know spending increases with civil servants next year got sunny poppy onset. Because they'll see there's a huge amount of money that has been spent on the pandemic and then there's also talk of reducing international aid budget for example. But there's no clear defined on how this is going to be paid to too. Many of us are expecting a big liking defense. we folded. we'd probably end up being the only country in europe to start cutting fence oversee sex. She'd been wasn't done a very good job in persuade. Prime minister that you know we do really need to be investing. There are still black holes to fill and alleged to be. It's ten to thirteen billion black holding our equipment. Spend where that money would come from. Yeah i'm pretty going to be paying more tax and goodness knows after brexit houses work. It's i think it's going to be a very difficult first. Few months or maybe years post pandemic and post brexit before. How how this is gonna work out. What he's player that haven't gone away. Regards will happens off the breakfast or what happens to the pandemic needed to be done. How we pay for it big question. Big elephant in the room

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More than Empty Space

Innovation Now

01:20 min | Last week

More than Empty Space

"The friday after thanksgiving and for nasa that means it's black hole. Friday this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. A black hole is a fascinating astronomical object with a gravitational pull so strong that nothing not even light can escape it matter and radiation fall in. But they can't get out. Nasa telescopes like hubble new star and nicer bring the universe into focus letting astronomers identify monster black holes in nearby galaxies but with nasa's x ray observatory scientists have discovered evidence that thousands of black holes are located near the center of our own milky way galaxy. Most black holes are the remnants of large stars that die in a supernova explosion but even bigger black holes can result from stellar collisions matter swirling around supermassive black holes creates bursts of light that echo in nearby dust clouds these traveling signals could serve as new. Cosmic yardsticks marking the distance of a black hole from earth intrigued. Empty your shopping cart. Then checkout nasr's black hole gallery just don't let the name fool you because a black hole is anything but if d space for innovation. Now i'm jennifer. Poet

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"black holes" Discussed on NASACast Audio

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02:50 min | Last week

"black holes" Discussed on NASACast Audio

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"black holes" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

06:00 min | Last week

"black holes" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"As of detecting black holes require that some other object be present but if the black hole is flying solo with nothing nearby orbiting it and nothing nearby. There's little chance that we will ever notice it. We will likely only get to know a fraction of the millions if not billions stellar mass black holes that are estimated to live in the milky way alone stellar mass and supermassive black holes are vastly different in mass and for a while scientists thought there might be no black holes with masses in between these two extremes but recently with the help of the hubble space telescope astrophysicists found the best evidence yet of intermediate mass black holes nez chandra and new star. Telescopes have also been exploring these newly discovered middleweights. Now it's time for us to explore a black hole up close and personal. Let's take a journey into one. Say you were floating towards the black hole now. Let's suppose that you are approaching a stellar mass black hole and that isn't actively consuming star stuff because if it were even being near the black hole could be deadly. I certainly would not want to be in the past of a black hole. that's active. Lean eating up these stars date things and then they kind of like particles at the speed of light. Lots of high energy particles do not mix well with life. So let's just assume you approach a lonely black hole by chance because you wouldn't see it now as you get closer all of a sudden you start feeling this tugging on one side of your body but not on the other basically the first part of you that was starting to get closer and closer to the black hole would start to experience the really extreme gravity that was near the black hole. Save you were going feet. I you know your feet would start to be stretched apart. Your body would basically start to stretch like kill liquids yet. East does even a technical term for it. it's called spaghetti affiliation basically just rip you to pieces. You probably wouldn't survive but just for fun. Let's say you did survive. Part of you would crossover into the event horizon and the rest of you would probably be following pretty soon after this only happens with stellar mass black holes where you can feel that change in gravity but if you've found yourself entering a supermassive black hole you wouldn't feel a thing all of a sudden you just be inside the black hole never to be seen again well kind of. Here's the crazy part. If your friend were watching this happen to you they might see you get stretched but what happened really slowly until at some point. It might look like you were frozen time like you never pass through the event horizon. That's because get stretched out by the immense gravity that a black hole produces really benz the reality of our universe and the reverse happens from your vantage point. So if you were looking out at your friend it would seem like they were moving through life at warp speed. If somehow you weren't ripped apart by the gravity or manage to survive the radiation near the black holes of that horizon will then you would get to enter the black hole once you're in you're stuck and that becomes your universe what would you see and feel we don't really know we can only theorize but at some point you would become one with the singularity essentially you'd be compressed into a tiny speck so i would not recommend traveling to black holes at least not that close and luckily it shouldn't be too tricky to avoid them the nearest black holes we know of our thousands of light years away from us meaning it would take thousands of years to get to them if we could travel at the speed of light which we can't not only will they not be eating earth there too far away for a visit from earthlings by now the universe is peppered with black holes with new ones forming all the time and some black holes keep expanding as they consume more gas but how and when does a black hole die even the ones that are creating hot gas in her very bright. They only do that for a very short part of their lifetime but eventually they'll all just run out of fuel even if they have a star orbiting around them. That won't last forever they really. There's nothing left for them to do just going to. They're just going to sit there. And for the most part all of the matter inside the black hole. We'll stay there as well. What happens in a black hole stays in a black hole. There's only one theorized way that anything can escape a black hole gravitational grip. There's an interesting results. From stephen hawking famous theoretical physicist. Who showed because of these quantum mechanical effects. A tiny bit of radiation can actually leak out of a black hole called hawking radiation but in practice such a tiny tiny tiny. The fact i we will never be able to observe it and second. If you have a star ten or fifteen times the size of the sun it would take trillions and trillions of years before it even changed a little bit. Because of the hawking radiation once.

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UK to bolster defense spending by 'most since Cold War'

Coffee House Shots

03:07 min | 2 weeks ago

UK to bolster defense spending by 'most since Cold War'

"Today. The prime minister announced a once in a generation modernization of the armed forces as part of the integrated defence review which will give around sixteen billion pounds. The army of the next four years. James has quite a bowl claim from the prime minister. Dad do you think that's sort of once. In a generation modernization of stacks up or with covert we what so used to big numbers being thrown around twelve billion pounds testing trace but it is worth noting that this is significantly more money for defense van the government had promised dettori party app promised in its manifesto and it's very unusual that governments and not on popular things like defense spending spending more than they told the voters they would at the election. I think it reflects an attempt to fix this thing that has been around in politics. I already covering westminster six. The mo d black hole. Basically sucks money into the budget. Always attempt to fix that sent to modernize reporters weren't very different world. You have frequent different frets to the uk but exist in quite different spheres so in china. You'll have something that we haven't had since the end of the cold war which is a classic great power rival tweak. The uk's role in that is as supportive powers. Paul we're kind of american led coalition but by obviously he's going to cost money to deal with that then you have russia which is primarily exists in cyberspace. Disinformation all those kinds of issues. And then you have the continuing terrorist threat. And because you're having to deal with three different for us at take place in three different theaters. That is on busy. Going to require more money. And i think that if you look at what is saying today about restoring the uk former his naval power. I mean there are some of other political messages hair. I think as a message to the incoming administration that the uk is still serious about defense is going to be the second biggest military spender in nato. So let's have a good relationship. I think it's a subtle but implicit message to european. You have an interest in the success of economic as the uk is going to be spend serious money on the defense of the european concerned the wider western world. And then if you look at ambush was talking about shipbuilding where ships can lots are going to be built in scotland. He has long been in the decide this answer. Uk during the election campaign that one of the ways he was going to boast of a union wars to build more ships in scotland. He fought but that kind of industrial street would have a good effect. I think there is an interesting question. Which is the cost. here is obviously the question. I do think there has been some interesting. I haven't research in the. Us defense spending is particularly effective form fiscal stimulus which is going to be needed post. Covid but i think the longer term issue is can you so his constant procurement problems in the energy that created the black hole in the first place. Because if you call do at even this really significant amount of money isn't going to be enough to turn things around for good

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New York - New Jersey poised to legalize marijuana

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:45 min | Last month

New York - New Jersey poised to legalize marijuana

"The Frog said. It's not easy being green. We're about to find out if Kermit the Frog was right, New Jersey's become a green state the 11th in America to say it's okay if an adult wants to light up or vapor eat a plant that has been villainized by the alcohol lobby ever since Prohibition, with great success, but at the expense of social justice, the legalization Recreational cannabis raises many questions about when how, where, and what happens to the records of all those who've been convicted of what is now okay. Sean Adams is here this morning on this story. Sean. Good morning. How overwhelming is this green wave in the garden state? You are not all the votes are counted, but it looks like about 67% of New Jersey voters said Yes, the legalizing recreational pot for adults. 21 polls have been pointing in that direction for some time. As New Jersey grapples with a covert inflicted budget black hole. There's a tremendous monetary incentive here. But for Governor Murphy, the motivation he claims is different. I get there because of social justice I inherited A state that had the widest white non white gap. The person's incarcerated in America, and the biggest reason was low and drug crimes. So this will go a long way toward a better a better reality. In that respect. Now lawmakers still have to make this legal They have to consider a decriminalization bill. Then lawmakers in the commission they have to. They have to get to work on a lot of the nitty gritty the rules and regulations for Cultivation, testing, distribution taxation. We should also note that there might be a domino affect you in the Northeast. This could put a lot of pressure on a couple of other states, Pennsylvania and New York. Especially in New York because there's there's a lot of tax money at stake here, and there could be a massive loss for New York tax dollars going right across the bridge and tunnels

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"black holes" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

06:33 min | Last month

"black holes" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"That cygnus x one is six thousand light years away from earth that distance allowed read to determine much more exact mass for mertens discovery fifteen solar masses in other words cygnus x one was as dance as fifteen signs and it was over two times larger than murden had originally estimated more importantly read it proved beyond any shadow of doubt cygnus x one was the first black hole ever discovered in the universe but for scientists cygnus x one was just an appetizer even before more greaves discovery. Astronomers and astrophysicists were ravenous for more information. Labs around the world develop different methods to locate and observe black holes remember myrddin had championed a method that allowed astronomers to find black holes based on the effect they had on light and other materials but some astronomers wanted to detect black holes. That weren't acting on any other matter at first. This seemed like an impossible problem as far as scientists new. If a black hole wasn't pulling in matter it wasn't releasing rays a black hole that was simply floating through empty space left no trail like a tornado in a vacuum without the resulting destruction. Nothing indicated its presence but then astronomers realized they needed to seek help from the universe's most well seasoned space traveler light even if a black hole isn't close enough to a star to drag it off course the stars light is still affected. It either ends up. Inside the black holes gravitational field or it skirts alongside it these lucky photons that just flank the edge of the black hole intrigued. Astronomers the most because while the beams of light managed to escape their course was still affected instead of traveling in a perfectly straight line their path curved when astronomers observe a black hole travelling in front of us star no matter how far away it is the light from that star momentarily appears to encircle the gravity. Well like a halo. This illusion is called gravitational microlending. It could theoretically give astronomers a glance at a black hole as it passes between a distant star and the earth but that would require catching it. In the act the equivalent of finding a needle in the cosmic case deck so astronomer. Tim axelrod took on the challenge in the nineteen ninety s axelrod in his team at the mount strom low observatory near canberra. Australia examined a narrow region of the sky. But it was only narrow in the cosmic sense of the word twenty million stars laid within their observational perimeter. Every night axelrod used a telescope to take a detailed photographs of this exact same patch of sky. He and his team recorded the brightness of each star hoping to catch a change that could indicate gravitational micro microlending axelrod's peers thought he'd taken on an impossible task the chances of him stumbling on the right star at the right time were estimated at one in a million but with the help of a sophisticated computer program axelrod kept at it every night for eight years at some point. He must've considered giving up. The statistical unlikelihood of success would have been crushing but one night all the searching paid off axelrod located a seemingly unremarkable star that appeared to dramatically dim from one night to the next the following night axelrod anxiously awaited the data as soon as it came in axelrod rushed straight to the star in question this time. It got brighter over the next few nights. The luminescence continue to rebound as though it took several days for the star to fully recover. Perhaps a particularly large black hole had passed in front of the star with axelrod's work even the most distant and evasive black holes could be unmasked and as astronomers located more of them including in our own galaxy. They finally had the opportunity to observe them. But the more scientists learned the more mysterious and terrifying black holes became coming up. What happens in a real black hole and what humans might experience if they could approach one now back to the story. generations of astronomers and physicists. Insisted black holes could only be science fiction. But the multi decade. Work of karl short child. Paul merton mark read and many others unequivocally proved their existence by two thousand ten now that scientists new black holes were out there in the cosmos ready to be observed. They began gathering data. It turns out the process by which a black hole attracts. Matter is a jaw dropping spectacle. Astronomers call it feeding take binary black holes like cygnus x one. They don't just orbit there companion stars they slowly flay them stripping away the outer layers of the sun's mass this process creates a thin line of matter flowing steadily from the star toward the black hole. Psalm of the dust and gas goes directly into the singularity passing through an event horizon. The event horizon is the strange boundary schwartzchild predicted with his calculations. This is the border between the outside of the.

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How the COVID-19 Pandemic Shed Light on the Digital Divide

WSJ Tech News Briefing

04:32 min | Last month

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Shed Light on the Digital Divide

"Today I'm happy to have with me two excellent guests to address I. Think a very significant issue that we've known about for a long time, but has become especially poignant during the pandemic, not as the digital divide. A lot of us have you know with some bumps along the way made a fairly smooth transition to living life onscreen. But there's a lot of folks out there who have not, and that is because they continue to be and before the pandemic, there were very large disparities between who had access to the types of tools necessary to live in this new virtual world and who had the. Skills and the background necessary to thrive world that looks like it will be more virtual in the future than in the past even when pandemic has passed the to talk about these trends, I've two terrific guests. Kimberly Bryant is the founder of Black Girls Code Jessica Rosenthal. Soul is a commissioner for the Federal Communications Commission and were I hope we will have a great robust discussion about these issues. Just, let me start with you the digital divide. It's very old term. It's been around a long time. What did we learn? That's knew about it from this pandemic. Well, thank you for having me ads on what's important now is that the digital divide has been exposed s pandemic. Because now, we see conclusively the hard truth that our nation's gapped in digital skills. Digital access is very real and very big. And if in Washington, we used to think about broadband Internet literacy as Nice to have this pandemic has proven that it is neat to have as a nation were online for school for education or work for health care for entertainment and so much more. We've got a recognize is that we are not going to live up to our civic and commercial potential. If we don't find a way to connect everyone in this country, you've talked about the homework gap as sort of like the analog to digital divide tell us about that and what we've learned about it and why it matters. Yes said being the before times before we are all in home there was this thing that was happening that I noticed, which was that teachers were increasingly assigning homework that require Internet access. But what I know from the FCC is that one in three households do not have broadband? and. So the kids who lived in those households in just fall into a digital divide they fell into a homework they could do their nightly schoolwork I mean when all of us were growing up, you know we need to paper and Pencil and a clean. Spot on the kitchen table around a desk, but you need Internet access now to successfully participate. In school and that digital divide on Homework Gab has just become clearer in this crisis we said millions of kids home and told them to go to virtual classrooms. But if you don't have Internet access, you're out of that virtual classroom and we know it because we've seen chilling pictures on social media of hid sitting outside of fast food restaurants with laptops just try to access free Wifi signal so. They can go to online school and I just think in the United States. Of America we should be able to come up with policies that closed at hallmark gap. So no child is offline. Thanks can let me turn to you for a moment obviously One of the things we know about the digital divide is that it's more pronounced among certain historically disadvantaged groups, including people of Color and women. Black Girls Code I believe was founded to address both those saints tell us a little bit about your organization if you could just to start out absolutely on. Thank you again for having me on black holes was down right here in the bay area where I am today in our goal is said, is to address this issue around diversity inclusion, any equity in the technology landscape our focus is really to target girls Monday represented communities so African American. Students Hispanic Students, American. Students who are traditionally disenfranchised from Tech rears which actually pay their are look at content can change the trajectory of families in. It's not communities. We do that by really interesting girls as. Young as seven all the way through eighteen plus the skills and technology and teaching them about coding robotics game development. CETERA. So really try to introduce them all the different assets of the technology industry and also get them skills that allows them to either be creators, innovators, or the leaders of many of its expertise may see in the future

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NASA's TESS Completes Primary Mission

Innovation Now

01:19 min | Last month

NASA's TESS Completes Primary Mission

"Tests has finished its primary mission imaging about seventy five percent of the starry skies. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future masses transiting exoplanet survey satellite spent the first year of its mission observing sectors of the southern sky. Then another year imaging, the northern sky using its four onboard cameras from this giant mosaic tests has found sixty six new exoplanets worlds beyond our solar system and has identified more than two thousand additional candidates. Astronomers are excitedly working to confirm task has also observed the outburst of a comet several exploding stars and watched as A. Black. Hole in a distant galaxy shredded a sun like star. Now, in its extended mission, the team has made improvements to the way the satellite collects and processes data making it faster and sending texts into a plane. The satellite has yet to explore missions like tests contribute to the field of astro biology the research about what conditions on distant worlds might harbor life and what format life could take an each new discovery gives us a glimpse into what lies beyond our solar system

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Change, Loss and Timeless Love

Tara Brach

05:05 min | Last month

Change, Loss and Timeless Love

"Nama stay and welcomed my friends. Really glad to have you with us. I was recently perusing two different articles. The first title was aging the secret to happiness and the second was WANNA be happier. All you have to do is get older. So same theme and they both draw on research that teams to confirm this correlation that the older we get the happier we are. Now I know that seems counter intuitive given the challenges we face that we. Lose, people we love and we lose our youth and our health and our memory. I saw cartoon this very old couple and they were both on rockers on the porch and he's responding to her. He says, now you want an open relationship. Of Billy Crystal, but it this way he said by the time, a man is a wise enough to watch his step. He's too old to go anywhere. Okay so there's this evidence that Carlos aging with happiness and the understanding that resonates for me is that through our our lifetime, we have the capacity to learn and adapt and spiritually evolve and. With the passing of time. There can be a growing acceptance of the inevitability. Of Change and loss. A growing acceptance. Of Change and loss. and. Walk. Clearly, this doesn't happen to everyone for those that do deepen in that acceptance. Nabil's living and appreciating the moments. And loving were fully. So the title of this talk, and the one that follows is change loss and timeless. Love. And the theme arises from a central teaching on the spiritual path and. That is that our capacity to live and love fully is totally intertwined with how we relate to change and loss. So. This'll be AH invitation for you to look in your own life at how you're relating to change and loss. It feels really relevant right now to explore this given, how many people around the globe are experiencing such rapid change and real loss due to global pandemic and Deepening social divides and climate change the devastation to this earth. And while it may feel like change a speeding up. impermanent. So what really makes us clutch? Is really the nature of all takes form. And we know it on the on the largest sweeps. If you think of the history of the Universe Big Bang and stardust forming and planet earth elements combining to create this amazing variety of life forms and then Homo sapiens evolving tools and art and science and war and slavery in plagues and collaboration innovation. The whole thing you know empires coming and going Greeks the Romans, the Ottoman. Empire Portuguese the British the American. You know rising to dominance and then passing we always think things are for good but it all passes and here we are. On the brink of destroying. Earth our home. Seeing species common species become extinct. galaxies. Of Stars collapsing into black holes, it's all in permanent. And then. We can sense it on the most minute level you know if right this moment. You take the time to perhaps closure is and bring your attention inward and hold still really still. You can sense that. The body everything inside a moving if you feel your hands is anything holding stelle. It might seem that way if you're very very tense but if you even begin to relax a little, you can sense the hands feet. In the face. The Heart Everything's moving. Nothing hold still there's this. Ever changing flow of sensations feelings. Sounds come and go. Your body's replacing sells millions per second. Within those cells nonstop motion.

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Creating The Black Gold Lenormand Deck with Tea of GrandmaBaby Apothecary

Revolutionary Mystic

05:45 min | Last month

Creating The Black Gold Lenormand Deck with Tea of GrandmaBaby Apothecary

"Welcome everyone to another episode of the Revolutionary Mystic Podcast I'm your host Netflix Alexandria joining today I have the privilege and honor of chatting with our fabulous guest t of grandma baby apothecary whom you may know. From instagram or kickstarter be are the creator of baby, Lenormand deck and I won't explain anymore I want them to introduce themselves. So High Tea can you? Like number one. In. So glad to have you here. Can you tell us a little bit about who you are your identities pronouns and what it is that you do? Sure I am t I am the founder and Co owner of grandma baby apothecary. I. Actually The grandbaby Public Kerry recently became co owned by my brother to whose name is Ian He won't be honest interview. But Yeah. recently to the kickstarter for the Black Goal Lenormand deck my pronouns farm going out of order are. She her hers And I'm really excited to be here. Thank you for having me. Thank you for welcoming now and. Thank you for joining me here I really appreciate you taking the time to do this. I know that they see her twenty twenty has been a really a wild year and you also have a lot of really cool stuff going on like you mentioned with the Black Hole Lenormand deck I know that we have been following. Your update from kickstarter. Folks at home like. Kickstarter, is amazing place to find these really cool index. And was one of them that I found I. Actually I think I found you via Instagram, and now we're at the point in your like kickstarter process where it looks like have you started to receive the decks They should be I. should be getting the which McCall it mood tracking number. For, my decks and the next couple of days and they should be on the way to me, which is kind of freaking me out but. But also, like I'm so ready, I'm so ready for them to be here. I'm ready to send them out ready to be able to hold them. This is like I don't WanNa say it's surreal, but it's very feels very good to have brought this from like a little idea to like a full. Full thing. Like I just like I wanna like mentioned in general like what monumental feat by is number one, and then like number two to have like gone through that like during the duration of this year, which has been very challenging the stabile least and Can you say like a little bit about like was that like easy? Was it? Did it make it more challenging? Experience running like whole campaign Emma through it's kind of a turbulent time so to speak. Will I mean I think I struggled since I was a kid with wanting to Have other people look at my art and like look at my things read little pawns and stories that I wrote So when I came up with this idea You know I kept seeing messages of like okay. Now you have to share it. Okay. Now you need to move forward with it and I was like y'all don't understand if Mike. my spirits like in an Miam- ancestral veneration. I just they. They were like, okay like you gotTa do this right in unlike. Like I don't know. Like 'cause you know I'd also like I'd really tried my hand at also like Having the regular office job or doing like you know different like graphic design jobs for people and an Anna working for other people I guess and their disliked. That's not gonNa work for you like you know that we know that so then. When Cobra hit I was like, well, I waited too long like this isn't GonNa work like obviously like this is not the best time to be asking people for money they like. Nate you should do it. I was just like, okay. You don't understand how these things. But. but then I did I launched it and It was terrifying by I'm really glad that they did I'm really mostly glad because it's put me and direct. In community with so many amazing people. That's I think the best part of what's come out of this that So many people have supported this not just financially on which is sort of what kick starters for but people have. Messaged me, they've sent me. like a kiss this week people were sending me like music at It feels really nice to have. To have this, I guess this opportunity to. mean during a pandemic have so many people who support an appreciate what I'm doing.

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2020 Nobel Prize in physics awarded for work on black holes

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | Last month

2020 Nobel Prize in physics awarded for work on black holes

"Involved in the search for black holes have been awarded the Nobel Prize in physics in the 19 sixties, Roger Penrose leaned heavily on Einstein's theory of relativity to prove the likelihood of black holes some 30 years later in the 19 nineties, German right hard, Denzel and American Andrea Ghez headed teams of astronomers who located a massive black hole at the center of the Bilkey way. First thing is doubt that you have to prove to yourself a year. We're really seeing what you think you're seeing as an astronomy and physics Professor Im to McGuire

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Event Horizon - Horror Movie

TechStuff

04:16 min | Last month

Event Horizon - Horror Movie

"We thought we'd take a horror movie and look at the Science and technology in that movie as well. Just kind of discuss what that horror movie is all about sort of the same way we did Independence Day back for the fourth of July. Now. There aren't that many horror movies that we could think of that have a heavy tech angle. There are some and there are plenty and we also we wanted to do something that isn't. As completely offensive as it could be it it's the movie that we is rated R. and I think both of us enjoy. For from kind of tongue in cheek way sometimes. Yeah. I. Genuinely Enjoy this film, but it is not what I would call a good movie is event horizon yes. It is a space movie. It's movie set and space. It's all about space Let's go ahead and give you an overview of what the basic plot is keys. You haven't seen it right? Although I will say that the this this discussion is going to involve lots of spoilers and We do enjoy this movie I want you to see it and to not be spoiled when you go into it. So if you have not ever seen the film and you were of an appropriate agent constitution to watch the thing with with kind of gory violent and mild nudity. Occasional cursing then maybe maybe just turn this podcast off and wait until you can watch the movie right now I will say since the film came out in one thousand, nine, hundred, seven, all bets are off so he ran go basic plot. All right. You've got to ship it's called the event horizon and it's supposedly a research ship that's meant to explore the further reaches of our solar system and on its maiden voyage. said. Just beyond Neptune. Now that happens in the year twenty, forty, seven years later a research. Rescue ship rather is sent out with a particular engineer scientist who had worked on the event horizons. Propulsion system actually designed to the entire ship Yup. So he's he's going along with them. They don't know what their mission is when they first leave, but they are to go out to Neptune and try and find the origin of a mysterious transmission that apparently came from. And rescue the ship and the crew if at all possible right. So they go out there and bad stuff happens the all. First of all, it turns out that the event horizons secret propulsion system is something that is called a gravity drive in the movie and the ideas that it kind of A. With space right? It creates black hole. Essentially, we'll get into that a little bit more later on. Yeah. Well, that's. We'll we'll discuss the entire black hole thing at link because it's interesting. It's what's really interesting is how much of the science the movie at least attempted to get, right? Yeah. Yeah. I I want to give it a lot of Kudos I do think that it really tried Goldstar you try. It didn't just use black hole as some sort of magic magic place home it. Right they tried to find a way of explaining this and there is some scientific basis for some of the stuff they talk about anyway because it's a horror movie when it tried to create this whole in space time to travel through instead it acted only ended up in a hell dimension. The identity bunch of hell back with it, and so there's is haunted. Trip is haunted by Hill and or is hell itself could actually clear possess town. It's a little weird. Yeah. So the idea being that that when the gravity drive is is Activated, the ship travels through a dimension in this case, a hellish dimension of pure chaos and evil as what intersect quote. Yeah, and and that yeah, it brings something back and the crew is deader than dead Super Dad. Yeah they are so dead. You see lots of really really dead people and and then the rest mission comes aboard and tries to do what? They're supposed to do and then hilarity ensues we won't Spoil Everything But essentially obviously, you have to dismantle the rescue ship or else they just leave. So that gets of then you have to separate out the crew members for various reasons have terrible things happen to them, and all this happens at great Gore and and detail, and it's entertaining. It's not. About Shakespeare but it's fun.

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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

The Economist: Babbage

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

"Next came the physics. It's winners can boast they share an honor with Albert Einstein and Marine Pierre Curie Alex, tell us about this year's winners. So there are three winners this year for the Physics Prize. Goes to Suraj, penrose, who's a physicist and mathematician? He's one of the most prominent scientists in the UK. He's almost ninety years old. He's a permanent and everything from very mathematics to cosmology to material science. He writes puzzles. He's he's a real polymath genius and it's about time he wanted to Nobel prize. The other half of the Nobel prize goes to you Andrea Gez who is a professor of Astro Physics at the University of California Los Angeles and Heart Kansal he's an astrophysicist at. The University of California Berkeley and together the three of them win full increasing understanding of black holes. So Roger Penrose created some mathematical tools in the sixties that built on Albert. Einstein's general relativity the theory of gravity in the universe and several Japan rose created a way of using general relativity to predict black holes in the universe. So how they might actually form and then Andrea gas and reinhard denzil independently lead teams starting in the nineteen ninety s to track the orbits of Stars. Around. Sort of an object that sits in the middle of the Milky Way, our home galaxy, and there they were attempting to show that the object at the middle of Galaxy was indeed a black hole and they proved that with over twenty years of measurements

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Los Angeles' UCLA professor among 3 scientists to share Nobel physics prize for black hole finds

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Los Angeles' UCLA professor among 3 scientists to share Nobel physics prize for black hole finds

"They're celebrating in Westwood today you scientist Andrea Ghez, sharing this year's Nobel Prize in physics physics for her work. Advancing the understanding of black holes. I'm thrilled to receive the prize and I take very seriously the responsibility associated with being just as you said the fourth woman to win the Nobel Prize. She and her team conducted the research at the Keck Observatory in Hawaii, where they were able to see the impact of how space and time are co mingled. You're a supermassive black hole, which is Some 26,000 light years away.

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American, 2 others win Nobel in Physics for black hole discoveries

WBZ Midday News

00:13 sec | 2 months ago

American, 2 others win Nobel in Physics for black hole discoveries

"Dr. Andrea Ghez was part of the team, an international team to win this prize for advancing our understanding of black holes. Dr. Ghez has a bachelors degree in physics from

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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

"Have picked up the Nobel Prize in physics for their work on black holes. Thiss Year's physics prize celebrates what the Nobel Committee called one of the most exotic objects in the universe. Black holes have long fascinated humans. Britain's Roger Penrose received half of the prize for proving in 1965 that black hole formation is possible, largely using Einstein's theory of relativity. The second half was shared by German Reinhardt, Denzel on American Andrea Gaze for the discovery of a supermassive compact object at the center of our galaxy. Elaine Cobb. CBS News Just wanted to

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3 scientists win Nobel physics prize for black hole research

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

3 scientists win Nobel physics prize for black hole research

"Three physicists involved in the search for black holes were awarded the Nobel Prize for physics in the nineteen sixties Roger Penrose leaned heavily on Einstein's theory of relativity to prove the likelihood of black holes some thirty years later in the nineteen nineties driven right hard against an American entry again as headed teams of astronomers who located a massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way everything is you have to prove to yourself that you're really seeing what you think you're sitting all three have been honored as a share of the twenty twenty Nobel Prize for physics gaz in astronomy and physics professor at UCLA is just the fourth woman to win the Nobel Prize in physics I'm

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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

Scott Sloan

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

"Well. The Nobel Peace Prize in physics was awarded to dancing with the stars. I thought it was cool through three scientists for their work on black holes, and I didn't realize I don't know why I didn't realize this, but there's a huge prize money for winning a million bucks. If you get the Nobel Peace, Big deal. I thought it for some reason was bragging rights thing. But now Well, it is to only nominate like 6000. People s O. That's out there. If you want to look it up, and finally we well, do you want me to read the What's the name here? Let's go through the names right. The noble peace prize in physics was awarded 23 astrophysicists for their work on black holes. They are Roger Penrose and and Rose, Man. Reinhard Ginzler, gentle, a German and Andrea G's in American. They were recognized for their work on the gateway. Just

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American, 2 others win Nobel in Physics for black hole discoveries

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

American, 2 others win Nobel in Physics for black hole discoveries

"Have won the Nobel Prize in physics for their work on black holes. CBS News correspondent Elaine Cub has a story. This year's physics prize celebrates what the Nobel Committee called one of the most exotic objects in the universe. Black holes have long fascinated humans. Britain's Roger Penrose received half of the prize for proving in 1965 that black hole formation is possible, largely using Einstein's theory of relativity. The second half was shared by German Reinhardt, Denzel and American Andrea Gaze for the discovery of a supermassive compact object at the center of our Galaxy. Elaine Cobb,

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Los Angeles' UCLA Astrophysicist Andrea Ghez Wins Noble Prize For Physics

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Los Angeles' UCLA Astrophysicist Andrea Ghez Wins Noble Prize For Physics

"This year's Nobel Prize in physics has been awarded to three scientists for their work researching black holes. The winners are Roger Penrose for showing that the general theory of relativity leads to the formation of black holes and Reinhard Denzel and Andrea Ghez for discovering an object in the Milky Way galaxy that is only presently explained by a black hole. Nobel Committee member ofthe Danielson. The heart of our galaxy. The heart of the Milky Way is hidden inside of a dense cloud of dust. And you have to look in the infrared. To reveal its secrets. What they found Wass Incredible. The Nobel Prize for Chemistry will be announced tomorrow.

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"black holes" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

06:54 min | 3 months ago

"black holes" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Exactly as expected. Doctor who sound over her dr who than doctor who so there's video that explains the way better than I did with cool sound and it shows like the whole thing working. Yeah. As it gets lower, that's a speed, this the disc spinning up and lowering the sound as it matches the sound, and then like pushing the sound waves I guess as it comes out the other side making them faster if we can use black holes to create energy. Well I guess we can't use the sound was to create energy because we have to make the sound waves and that took energy I think the key is something big huge in space that we didn't have that. We don't have the power. Yeah. It's not creating energy, right? It's like stealing energy. Yes and it would slow down the black hole a little bit every time he did it too. But like oil like a little bit. Yeah. But if you were an infant race of space allowing super beings, then eventually that would be a problem. I suppose you just go from Galaxy to galaxy sucking up. Depleting entering black holes. Yeah. Yeah. That's what that's what the people who live on the planet are doing, and they're slowly going to stop their black hole. That's what the science fiction stories about Yeah. Instead of like having a fossil fuel shortage or something in hand, it's black hole. We're running out of coal guys. Yeah. The scientists are like I think that we're running out of black hole and the before that sound Johnson we're fine. Okay. So now you. Stuff and you have to decide which fact you like the most do you like a colliding galaxies with mismatch central supermassive black holes can propel their new combined black hole away and have wander around the galaxy furrowed while or Sam was scientists modeling matter escaping a black hole using sound waves and spinning foam as evidence in favor of an old theory proposing that we could use black holes to generate energy three to one. Oh. You. I'm surprised I got one. Sam. That was so cool I have. Had I've read it for so so long? China. Talking about. And if I'm wrong, tell me on twitter please and now it's time to ask the science couch where we've got listener question for our virtual couch. Finally hone scientific minds. It's from at Jake e Kennedy who says could there be some sort of opposite to a black hole like if it was an Audi instead of an inning. So what we like I, mean there's two ways. I can imagine this either you have like a bunch of anti particles that have collected. So you actually have like an antimatter black hole. Oh, or I guess that's it. 'cause like like zero density is like all over the place we have lots of areas of zero density and it's not particularly interesting. We'd need negative density. So I don't understand antimatter at all. No not meal. But I can tell me if it fits into the. I did look up a HAL general relativity. So the thing that is done is like general relativity these laws help govern our universe says that anything that happens forwards can be radically happen in reverse and this is true for both space and time even though we've mostly observed time just going forward rather than happening in verse but according to the math, it can happen backwards and may yet who knows we could start rewinding someday. Yeah physics as weird I don't understand it but based on that principle that anything that happens forwards can theoretically happen in reverse lack holes. Sucking stuff into their singularity can theoretically have an opposite called a white hole that are expelling matter out of the singularity passed the event horizon it and it would be a white hole instead of a black hole. Me because instead of like sucking in all the lights so just looks black it's it's so bright because it's just vomiting rainbows or like. What does the white hole also have infinite density? Yes. Sue the so it's like infinite density but in reverse no with a last long time or just be like instantaneous infinitely bright blasts of light. There are many reasons why this is so hypothetical that many scientists don't think it even can happen. So the second law of thermodynamics is that entropy across the universe must increase, and so that's like the idea that like if. I have a bookshelf and I have a bunch of books on it, and they're all ordered. There is one state in which they are ordered. But if I had knocked them on the ground and a pile than their disordered, and there are Watson different ways that they can be disordered and that's increasing entropy I think the concept of a white hole is that and this is where I don't get it exactly because. My visual of this is a vacuum cleaner spewing in reverse but like inserting things in to the universe would be decreasing entropy and so like a white hole with theoretically rake that second law and it could be possible if like net entropy across the universe was still increasing then decreasing in one little burst into Whitehall. So basically, I used all those words to say that if this hypothetical thing happened scientists think it would. Be Very short like short bursts of things coming out and then collapsing back in on itself to form a black hole, which is entrapping favorable there. There's a group of scientists that think that the big bang could have approximated a white hole because it was just like a bunch of stuff all at once. So so sorry is every just like let me know if every black hole creates a universe just let me know. Right, just like send me an email when you work that one out are just a text that be crate is every black hole poking through and making a an entire universe of its own somewhere else where just because I like you know ultimately they say this universe is infinite but I want this to be a an infinite universe of. That's what I want. Is that too much to ask and I want to orbit one I wanNA orbit a universe on a planet I want my own private. Thank you jake for your question. If you want to ask the science, catch your questions, you can follow us on twitter at sideshow tangents rule tweet how topics for upcoming episodes week. Thank you to at Acer gray at NJ Jenkins and everybody else who tweeted as your questions this episode I like how he put N. G. Jenkins like he is not nick our CO worker. Can keep an air Mr you know sambaed final scores Seri and I have tied for the lead. Salmon Stephan come in second with one point each and that means very little for the final scores but Sarah Stephan are now tied sandwich three points behind them and I am five points behind Sam. So maybe I don't know maybe I.

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"black holes" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

07:33 min | 5 months ago

"black holes" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"See brands genuinely stepping up during times of need he energy, and it's brands like always oral B. and vix are doing whatever they can help our communities and couldn't be more proud to be a partner. They're distributing masks, hand, sanitizer, and cleaning products to the communities from need it. Most tied cleaners is giving free laundry services to healthcare workers, and Gillette and Ole are also providing shaving and skincare product to ensure their masks fit properly. Thank you, p. and G. for stepping up as a force for good and donating millions to support our communities. All right we're talking about primordial black holes in sounds like the primordial soup of. I don't know what black holes smell life, but these priority ones are probably pretty swampy. But that reminds me of you heard of the black hole, no hair theorem. What they're black holes essentially can't have hair, so this thing is primarily on swampy. Shaved. Not, making that this is a reference to dinosaurs making that up a theory that says the only thing that you can know about black holes is there mass whether they're spinning and their toll electric charge? That's like the only properties they can. Have you know nothing else about what's going on inside of it. What matter made to use it whether Chaves daily or you know? Let yourself go Harry and I think that's why they call it. The no hair theorem lic. We only know the bare minimum of things. We can know those details that that's right. We know the bare minimum, and that's all the information that exists. You know one question is like. Is there information inside the Black Hole Abou-. What was made or is that all the information that exists somehow black holes just like removed that information from the universe, but that's a topic of another partner. Just born bald knows right. But all right so at the very beginning of the universe in the very early microbes, zillion seconds of the Big Bang there could have been black holes, and so this is making me. Ask them any questions like you know. How were they formed? What were they made out of hooking have? Can you have a black hole without any matter being around, do just pure energy inside of him. Because gravity is linked to energy density, we think of gravity is connected to mass, but really it's connected to energy density and mass is just one example of how you can store energy, so you can make A. A black hole just out of superintendents radiation right as long as you have enough. Energy Densities, energy density they've been space creates what we call gravity, and so it doesn't matter of mass or energy it is. It's just energy dense site, and it has its as we more dense than the things around in right. Yes, exactly you can't just be like like having enough energy to get to have more energy than what's around us, so they can bend space enough to make these pockets. Yeah, exactly because if there's also energy around you to Ben Space the opposite way. Then you don't get the curvature unique. And one thing that's really amazing about primordial black holes. Is that because they don't have to come from stars? You can make them in other ways, which means you can make them a whole variety of different sizes. And flavors probably. Though, there's the no flavor. Equivalent. There's equivalency there. All Right? That's right. The only common dark chocolate budge. No because you don't have to start from the star, you can make black holes that are very very small memorial. Black Holes might be as small as like one billionth of a kilogram. Oh, wow, right, sir, the Big Bang is banging. Anders fluctuations in the energy there, but it's so intense that suddenly you. Can pop these black holes in the distance and you're saying that. They could be really small, or they can also be really big. It just depends on the mechanism that gives you the energy density, and that's something. There's just like wild speculation about one theories had some ideas for how the energy density profile looked, and that gives you a bunch of small black holes. Another one thinks energy density profile look different, and that gives you a bunch of big buckles another one most. Most of them actually think that you can hold distribution that if you make small, black holes should also make big black holes, intermediate black holes down from one billionth of a kilogram up to like thousands of times, the mass of our Sun all right, so these primordial black holes there they sort of make sense right because it was a big bang, and why not, but we can't just go with. There's the big band. That sounds like you could use to explain. A. How can you ate all the cookies? Hey, we'll lose the big bang and. The cooking. Crazy what was happening then we'll you know why not form black holes, so we just go by what when? Cartoon. Or Hey. Why did you climb mount? Everest while you know the Big Bang Dot dot dot. or I need a t shirt that says anyway. Big! Why not! Sure if it's the Big Bang. Bang so. The biggest banging well. Why do we think they exist? I? Guess that is there is there more than Canada's speculation about what could have been happening there? Yeah, I mean it's. It's a fun idea. It makes sense that they would exist, but they do exist. They also might solve a bunch of other problems, and this is a Kuwaiti discover something as to see like have an idea for what might be out there and then think about what else it might explain, and if you can sort of wrap up a bunch of other things that we didn't quite understand that an Intel a nice story that all clicks together then. Then, that's the best kind of discovery OAC. We have these other mysteries in the universe, and so now if we can link them to something like a primordial black holes in it would all make it all make sense and one of the biggest mysteries out. There is the mystery of matter right. We know that most of the universe is not made out of the stuff that I made out ever your made out of most stubs nominated corks and electrons. He take a budget of the university energy budget, the universe, only by thirty percent of is actually matter most of its dark energy, which is pulling the universe part. Of that slice, that's matter right about eighty percent of that slice. Twenty, five percent of the whole universe is dark matter as mysterious form of matter that's holding galaxies together and changing the shape of the universe, but we don't know what it is totally different than our matter. That's right. Our matters made out of atoms which are made at a quirks and electron, so we call that bariatric matter because made out of these particles that are familiar to us, and what we know is that dark matter is not made out of Barry. Barry onic matters not made out of quirks in some weird configuration that just makes it invisible and transparent enter. We think maybe related to primordial black hole, so one candidate for dark matter is primordial black holes, because why dark matter needs to be dark and black holes are dark dark. Matter needs to be pretty stable, because it's stuck around the whole lifetime of the universe and black holes are pretty stable. They last for a very very long time, if not forever. and. They're hard to spot, and so there are a good candidate for dark all this time. Dark matter which is black hold, it could just be black holes. Yeah, I thought we ruled that out well, people have looked for it. You know we'll talk about that, but it's a pretty compelling possibility. It was never the number. One possibility people were looking for a weird kind of particle that we call a Wimp.

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"black holes" Discussed on Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing

06:12 min | 8 months ago

"black holes" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"I'm back. I found my Doritos party sized her fact. I think we're ready to partake a Little Fizzy Aka key physics. I'm excited okay. So we found just person to help us get high on holes Paiko high cliff. Johnson is a professor at USC. Before twenty two happy for Twenty Clifford is a theoretical physicist and he says his specialty is describing the basic fabric of nature and not the tide kind. Yes well what's it all made of? Where's it come from? And how do you stitch Stuff together to give the world that we see. Wow he has my dream job. He also advises moviemakers on how they can make use of far out physics in their plotlines. Ooh Have you seen the AVENGERS Many times there's also stuff to do with that you know the neutron star that they go to forged Thaws Hanner. You're about to take the full force of stone. Clifford helped work on that no way that's amazing so Clifford is THC thoroughly certified and he says that bills are perfect for getting you blasted even those of us who work on them and have worked on them for years Still get our minds blown. Drug free by thinking about them yeah. The gravitational pull of curiosity is just infinite. Okay so are you ready to dive into black holes? I am so ready. Let's start with some mellow fact. Nuggets and work our way up. Okay do what is a black hole? What is a black hole? Well you can find black holes as very common astrophysical objects just like Stars or asteroids planets. Is it a thing or an absence of thing? It's a thing it has mass. It can be moved is just that because it has extreme. Gravity is harder to do things. It's harder to move it around and it's harder to Well obviously pick it up and you end but but in principle you can do physics with and so it's an object. Could I hold a black hole in my hand? Gravity aside Yes okay you got me. You've already got any okay. So where are you on the munchies scale between one and ten Doritos Copley? At least four like you know you just mindlessly. Grab a few time. That's the only way I eat doritos and I started that so a black hole is not a whole it all. It's more like a bunch of crap pack together like a million planet earth squeezed into Lower Manhattan. Wow pretty dense very dense and they come in different sizes there are supermassive ones like millions of times bigger than our sun but there's also theoretical evidence that black holes can be millions of times smaller. We can imagine black holes of any size. We do not know of mechanisms yet. A four how nature might make microscopic black holes but in principle they could exist. What's amazing I mean? I hope when they were able to find one. So let's talk about how these holes are born. Okay we know that big black holes form when huge stars burn out and collapse or when certain stars run into each other so we ended up with this object. That is incredibly massive. If you like call some traces gravity so much that to escape from it you would have to go so fast that you would have to exceed the speed of light and as far as we know the laws of the universe is such that you can go faster than the speed of light and so not even light can escape from it while so I'm just imagining like what. If I could travel at the speed of light. I would think nothing could get a you. Run a dear friend a black hole. And he's like psych you know I feel like they're like large bullies of the Cosmos. They just they just. Kinda roam around e things like entire star systems in Doritos. Yeah that's how I picture them to like their giant drain in the universe and things are just like slowly being sucked in their direction. Yeah that's that's my thought too for Clifford says or Ron. I'm here to tell you. The black holes need a bit of rehabilitation gems of their reputation. Oh if you threw something toward by hole or something Was Foley's will the black hole. Yes the black hole would ultimately suck it up. But that doesn't mean that they suck up everything you can park in orbit around a black hole for forever and never be bothered by it for example if someone waved a magic wand and turned our son into a black hole so it is exactly the same mass as outside. But it's a black hole on the earth would just continue in the same orbit a year would still be a year and the US would continue on his axis and nobody would care. Wow so we wouldn't just in instantly start being sucked right to the center. Exactly there are not actually cosmic super villains with insatiable MUNCHIES. They're more like tigers. Like the Tigers. Not GonNA eat your husband's body unless you throw it in the cage. Oh.

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"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

"The black hole is dragging us in hey he don't panic uh-huh quickly before we get stretched out like a piece of Spaghetti on thank God I know a one second aid to go grab downstairs. Take down stairs this time if she doesn't floors what is this if the Haas make anchor without Karaj snail that Reggie had never everything up until now open up take a blows behalf do it. Are you sure that thing's GonNa hold us Mendy Mendi yes of course I'm not sure Iras but this should keep us in one place long enough for us to see this black hole in action great. Oh Oh look at that circle of Swirling Light Guy Roz black holes were meant to be well well. They are indeed that circle of flight you're seeing is the leftover gas and dust from a star that it's just eaten so as a black hole consumes assumes a star rips apart in all the materials spins and spins around the outside before finally plunges into black holes event horizon in enteritis. That's right the event. Horizon is the center of the black hole in the point at which the star Dr Disappears got it. It's like when you drain your bathtub and then all of that dirt and water finally just disappears down the drain exactly and that leftover stardust that circles around the outside of the event horizon is cold and accretion this Chretien desk yeah. I'm just going to call it Bob for simplicity's sake so as all of this gas and other material from the star spins around the black hole it keeps getting faster stir and faster and really really hot because of friction in virtue is the heat that gets made when you rub two things together really really fat yeah. I like how you rub your hands together when it's cold outside to heat your hands up okay but how does this heat get all right well some of that heat energy anji gets converted or changed in two other types of energy like x Ray Energy and light energy in this energy.

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"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

"What is that? If the cosmic anchor go at Karaj sale that Reggie had never thought avenues for it up until now. Open up that. Sure. Close the hatch. That should do it. Are you? Sure that thing's gonna hold us Mendy. Yes. Of course. I'm not sure IRAs, but this should keep us in one place long enough for us to see this black hole in action. Great. Whoa. Look at that circle of swirling, light guy rose not black holes were meant to be. Well, well, they are Mendis that circle of light. You're seeing is the leftover gas and dust from a star that it's just eaten. So as a black hole consumes a star rips it apart in all the material spins bins around the outside before finally plunges into the black holes event horizon in N Tarizi. That's right. The event horizon is the center of the black hole in the point at which the star disappears. Oh, I got it. It's like when you drain your bathtub, and then all of that dirt water finally disappears down the drain digs xactly and that leftover Starbust that circles around the outside of the event. Horizon is Colt an accretion diss ration- disc. Yeah, I'm just gonna call it Bob for simplicity's sake. So as all of this gas and other material from the star spins around the black hole it Tepes getting faster and faster and really really hot. Because of friction in king is the. Heat gets made when you rub two things together. Really really fat. Yeah. Like how you of your hands together when it's cold outside the heat your hands up. Okay. But how does this heat get? All right. Well, some of that heat energy gets converted or changed in two other types of energy like x Ray energy and light energy in this energy can travel for trillions and trillions of miles across the universe. Where it can then be picked up by our satellites and radio telescopes back on earth. Oh, yes. In guy Roz scientists actually have a special name for this the do. Yup. They call it a quasi is stellar object. Herb acqu as are for short and quasars are the brightest objects in the entire universe that makes total sense Mindy because from earth these super bright objects, even though they're millions of miles away. Well, they often look like stars in the night sky how into that's what we're looking at right now. That's right. I can't believe we're the first people to ever see a black hole. What do you mean? Because black holes don't reflect any light back into space. It's almost impossible for us to see them back on earth. They just get lost in the background kind of like when you had that black cat parade in the middle of the night. Yes, exactly. Like that you could hear them but headed see them against the black night sky. So if scientists have never actually seen a black hole before how do they even know there was one at the center of our own galaxy will the same way they find any black hole. He just watch. How the stars around it move on. How you said that black holes is specially supermassive black holes are really really heavy because of that they have a lot of. Grammy. Meaning that other objects orbit or circle it kind of like how earth and the other planets orbit the sun because of the sun's gravity. Yes. So what scientists look for our stars seem to be orbiting dark spot in space hot. So they're not seeing the black hole itself. They're just seeing how that black holes gravity is affecting the stars around. It got it. Now, you wanna see this bad voice setup. A star suck up a star Mindy. You know that can take hundreds of millions of years, right? I mean, I have to be in bed by eight PM. I know I know you need your beauty rest, but lucky for you..

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"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

"My sandwich. Plus in helps us slip the time machine through the space time continuum more easily less friction that way. Right. Just follow. My lead guy Roz in just slide through the man as from foot to foot like your ice skating. Just like me. Okay. You're big, Okay. okay. And sweat. And and and almost and twist and wish any. There we go. Cairo's? I've been buddy already. You're on the mad. Oh, it's fine. I've got my time traveling slippers on all ready. Wait, your time travelling let me just get these shoes off. Plug in the ordinate. Which black hole. Are we going to Mindy? You know, what I have no idea? Well, there are a lot. We could choose from. Yeah. I didn't even think about that. Well, yeah. Because black holes come in all shapes and sizes, and how heavy they are determines what kind of black hole is there are small medium and large black holes. That's right. And they all have special names like what? Well, the smallest black holes. We know of are called primordial black holes in scientists believe that these black holes are as small as a single atom in Adams are those teeny tiny, building blocks that make up everything including everything and these kinds of black holes are basically as small as a get. But remember Mindy black holes are really really heavy and these primordial black holes despite being the size of a single atom can weigh as. Much as a mountain all as heavy as amount. Wow. Okay. So what's next will mixed up are medium sized black holes, and they're called stellar black holes, and they're the most common type of black hole in the universe. So how big are they will Mindy? These black holes are about ten miles or eighteen kilometers wide. That's like a hundred seventy six football fields wide. Yeah. So pretty big but still much smaller than say city. Yeah. Might be smaller than a city. But if a single atom can be as heavy as amounting than how heavy are these black holes will these black holes can wake up to twenty times as much as our own sun. But that's not even as big as it gets many, holy still haven't talked about supermassive black holes supermassive black holes. Yeah. The name kind of gives it away. But these black holes are through per massive. They're about as big as our entire solar system. And typically they weigh about four million times as much as our son. I mean, isn't that my? What? Oh, sorry that was the sound of my mind blowing any who you were saying these supermassive black holes are usually found at the center of most galaxies and due to their enormous, gravity because the heavier something is the more gravity. It has exactly because of their gravity. They caused all the other stars in that galaxy to orbit for circle around like how the earth's gravity causes the moon to orbit around that. That's exactly right, but just on a much much bigger scale. So does that mean that the galaxy that we're in also has a supermassive black hole at the centre? Correctomundo Mindy our galaxy the Milky Way has a supermassive black hole right at the center called Sagittarius. A that's interesting because I'm. A sagittarius. Describe myself as having a type A personality Mindy. This has nothing to do with your horoscope. Really sure about that. No any who. So Sagittarius, hey, which coincidentally has nothing to do with your star signed is just a hop skip. And a twenty five thousand six hundred forty late year jump away old sounds like the place to be I guess, you should block those co-ordinates into the machine captain is that an eye patch. No, all right. Buckle your seatbelt here..

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"black holes" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"black holes" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Yeah. So we talk about how you can see a black hole. Like, a little black dot or black circle in this guy or something. So a black hole is so heavy that light can't escape it. Right. And that means that it doesn't reflect any light shine a flashlight on it. No. Like comes back. Right. You shine a spotlight on shine a laser on China anything on it. No, light comes back even has nice to we will. Won't bounce off. Does right. No, light reflects and also doesn't emit any light. Now, there's a tiny asterisk we should talk about later, which is called hawking radiation turns out black holes. Do give off a little bit of energy. But you can't really see it. So the point of view is seeing a black hole. It's basically invisibles just like a black circle. Right. So how could you possibly see that a black hole is there? Well, you know, I watched that movie interstellar, which I know could be whole topic of conversation. But that was your research for that. And I read the Wiki page for the black hole movie, which is classic seventies movie. Did you ever watch the movie? Yes, it did. In fact, I saw that movie a few weeks ago with my kids no way, I think it was supposed to be like a response to Star Wars. Yeah. And it's much weirder than Star Wars, according to compete. Yeah. It's like the first Disney movie ever to get a PG. My kids were like why did that show? Was this supposed to be good or is this educational this that huge part of my child? You know, it was like made a huge impression me you saw the black hole movie as a kid. You didn't see it? As again, you might have been the only one. Huge in Panama. What are you talking about huge in Panama? I rest my case. Yeah. Let's hope this podcast is huge in Panama..

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"black holes" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"black holes" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Plus one five to three almost stopped reading there but you know you gotta sale the numbers and it's about one point six billion light years from earth so this is very very far away i included a picture here for us to look at but you can see how the quasar and the foreground because of its great gravitational distortion affects seems to create a lynn's image these distorted side effects of a galaxy that's in the background right behind it oh well but we should get to the next method because actually i think this is maybe the most interesting in one of the most conclusive methods that we have come up with so far to demonstrate not only the existence of black holes in the universe but some of the most violent black hole behaviors in the known universe and that is finally getting to a world where we can observe gravitational waves that's right so we already discussed the general relativity concept that mass distorts spacetime yeah as part of this einstein also predicted that we'd observe ripples in space time gravitational waves caused by some of the more extreme occurrences linked to massive accelerating objects like like a massive star being hit with god's pool cue what ripping up the fabric yeah or just just the shockwave the sound you know however you wanna you know interpreted just the violence of the act well you know one of the funny things in the last episode we mentioned the english you might call him a polymath john michelle who was one of the early people to write about the idea of something like a black hole in a thing that he posited that many people might not have been able to imagine at the time was the idea of ripples going through the earth the earth the like earthquakes could be caused by shock waves in the earth flexing up and down due to friction events and so you know it's hard for somebody to imagine how could there be ripples in the ground the ground is just solid you know i see waves in water but surely not in the ground take this the next step take this to ripples and waves emanating through the geometry of space time itself so what kind of violence would we be talking about it here so obviously god doesn't play pool so we can't go with the pool cue exam samples far as you know as well yes we doesn't play it in this universe in a way that we can observe it a but we can look to other cataclysmic events like supernova and colliding black holes now we were not able to observe any proof of this until nineteen seventy four and that's when a astronomers at arras cbo radio observatory in puerto rico discovered a binary pulsar and then it wasn't until twenty fifteen at astronomers using the lie go that's the laser interferometer gravitational wave observatory actually physically synced gravitational waves in knitted by two colliding black holes nearly one point three billion light years away billion light years yes so how could we detect something that far away what the whole setup here is really fascinating because when you when you look at pictures of it it does not look like a telescope they use special detectors in at the time two locations washington state and louisiana separated this way across the you know a what three thousand kilometers in order to rule out localized distortion right so you wouldn't wanna rumble in one place to give you a false positive on gravitational waves so what these things looked like are to blind lshaped detectors with with the four kilometer long vacuum chambers essentially long tubes with lasers shining through them right calibrated to detect like just just minute motions to measure emotion ten thousand times smaller than an atomic nucleus the smallest measurement average tempted by science though and against his calibrated to to observe these oscillations caused by the most violent and cataclysmic events in the universe that are occurring millions or billions of light years away so both detectors picked up on the black hole emitted gravitational waves at the expected intervals dancing black holes in another galaxy and then the waves stop is the merger becomes absolute is the.

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"black holes" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"black holes" Discussed on Exponent

"Is nothing right it doesn't really matter so yeah i think that's a huge focus and we need new tools like regulators any new tools to measure this sort of space but that's where i would put my focus i would not go into that interoperability side of things because we're dealing with black holes they suck everything in the key to success is avoiding that black hole and to have an inforce connection again you can theoretically think about it as i did and i've throwing myself in sports you come at your this framework of the microsoft all the sort of stuff and interoperability and in trying to break in like oh yeah they have data portability and you forget that these are fundamentally different markets are not platforms they are black holes they're not sturdy structures and you are enforced board ability goes both ways if data flows one way it falls back the other and in the long run it's sort of like taking that search idea where google being bigger they get the greater feedback loop and just increases their lead and it's sort of like federalizing it across a whole bunch of networks i mean that was the benefits facebook got from their mistake that we've talked about the context of cambridge and what are the scandal to share all this data they were sharing data and they're getting data right back in and if you have a central player that is doing his data exchanges with everyone else in the ecosystem who wins in the end the central plains so i'm with you in terms of would be very difficult to not be with you in terms of like okay let's get smarter about how we approach this going forward that being said we have this black hole that's two black holes three black holes it's a very big black hole i take your point about the data portability and these broad regulations and this is definitely one of the places where i've evolved as a result of a lack conversations over the past whatever number of episodes it is and your point around gdp like it's come to pass that being said this is a company that is triple black hole there is nowhere else that has anywhere near as much insight on the relationships that human beings have between each other like is there.

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"black holes" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"black holes" Discussed on Exponent

"Is nothing right it doesn't really matter so yeah i think that's a huge focus and we need new tools like regulators any new tools to measure this sort of space but that's where i would put my focus i would not go into that interoperability side of things because we're dealing with black holes they suck everything in the key to success is avoiding that black hole and to have an inforce connection again you can theoretically think about it as i did and i've throwing myself in sports you come at your this framework of the microsoft all the sort of stuff and interoperability and in trying to break in like oh yeah they have data portability and you forget that these are fundamentally different markets are not platforms they are black holes they're not sturdy structures and you are enforced board ability goes both ways if data flows one way it falls back the other and in the long run it's sort of like taking that search idea where google being bigger they get the greater feedback loop and just increases their lead and it's sort of like federalizing it across a whole bunch of networks i mean that was the benefits facebook got from their mistake that we've talked about the context of cambridge and what are the scandal to share all this data they were sharing data and they're getting data right back in and if you have a central player that is doing his data exchanges with everyone else in the ecosystem who wins in the end the central plains so i'm with you in terms of would be very difficult to not be with you in terms of like okay let's get smarter about how we approach this going forward that being said we have this black hole that's two black holes three black holes it's a very big black hole i take your point about the data portability and these broad regulations and this is definitely one of the places where i've evolved as a result of a lack conversations over the past whatever number of episodes it is and your point around gdp like it's come to pass that being said this is a company that is triple black hole there is nowhere else that has anywhere near as much insight on the relationships that human beings have between each other like is there.

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"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Was that black hole just burp well kind of i think what we just saw was the black hole ejecting some of that stardust back into the universe and it didn't even say excuse me well it doesn't happen that often mindy only once every hundred million years or so still no excuse for bad manners well in the grand scheme of things mindy these little cosmic burps are happening all the time all around us in fact earlier this year scientists from the university of colorado will they saw supermassive black hole in a nearby galaxy burp not once but twice really wear in a galaxy about eight hundred million light years away called sd s s j one three five four plus one three two seven and it couldn't have come up with a catchier name for it oh they have one they call it shea one three five four for short right so how did these scientists either black hole birth well they did it using two fairy special telescopes the hubble space telescope oh i know hubble orbit around the earth and used to take pictures didn't galaxies that's right they also used another telescope called the shandra x ray observatory and that telescope can detect some of the energy given off by those quasars we talked about before the light in x ray energy these supermassive black holes give up when their second up stars right and when these researchers pointed their telescopes toward this quasar they sought to bubbles of gas coming from the black hole one had traveled about three thousand light years away from the center of the black hole in the other had moved out about thirty thousand light years from the black hole so what does that mean well.

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"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Yes exactly like that you could hear them but headed see them against the black night sky so if scientists have never actually seen a black hole before how do they even know there was one at the center of our own galaxy will the same way they find any black hole he just watch how the stars around it move how you said that black holes especially supermassive black holes are really really heavy because of that they have a lot of gravity meaning that other objects orbit or circle it kind of like how earth and the other planets orbit the sun because of the sun's gravity yes so what scientists look for our stars that seemed to be orbiting dark spot in space hot so they're not seeing the black hole itself they're just seeing how that black holes gravity is affecting the stars around it you got it now you wanna see this bad voice second a star suck up a star mindy you know that can take hundreds of millions of years right i mean i have to be in bed by eight pm i know i know you need your beauty rest but lucky for you we are in a time machine all i have to do is push a couple of buttons here whole of buell ever thank you not okay.

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"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

"I think you mean smooth is manny's i can't believe it's not butter believe at geyer is all right just opened up the blinds here so we can see the black hole with our fall the screen goal messed up these things open evenly newish shouldn't have put mini blinds in this thing what the what was that the time machine is somehow still moving i think the gravity from the black hole dragging us in hey he don't panic quickly mindy before we get stretched out like a piece of spaghetti think i'm we i know a one second to grab the downstairs downstairs this time she doesn't lords the what is that if the cosmic anchor years ago at that raj sale that reggie had never thought avenues for it up until now you open up that here hurrying close behalf that should do it are you sure that thing's gonna hold us mendy yes of course i'm not sure iras but this should keep us in one place long enough for us to see this black hole in action great whoa look at that circle of swirling light guy rose not black holes remain to be well why won't they arm indeed vet circle of light you're seeing is the leftover gas and dust from a star that it's just eaten so as a black hole consumes a star rips it apart in all the material spins spins around the outside before finally plunges into the black holes if vent horizon in enteritis that's right the event horizon is the center of the black hole in the point at which the star disappears i got it it's like when you drain your bathtub and then all of that dirt water finally disappears down the drain.

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"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"black holes" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Okay you're and and and and almost and and wish there we go cairo i've been buddy already your feet on the oh it's fine i've got my time traveling slippers on all ready wait your time travelling let me just get these shoes off plug in the word the way which black hole are we going to mindy you know what i have no idea well there are a lot we could choose from yeah i didn't even think about that well yeah because black holes come in all shapes and sizes and how heavy they are determines what kind of black hole is wait too there are small medium and large black holes that's right and they all have special names like what the smallest black holes we know of are called primordial black holes in scientists believe that these black holes are as small as a single atom adam those teeny tiny building block that make up everything including everything and these kinds of black holes are basically as small as it gets but remember mindy black holes are really really heavy and these primordial black holes despite being the size of a single atom can weigh as much as a mountain as heavy as amount wow okay so what's next will mixed up are medium sized black holes and they're called stellar black holes and they're the most common type of black hole in the universe so how big are they will mendy these black holes are about ten miles or eighteen kilometers wide wow that's like a hundred seventy six football fields wide yeah so pretty big but still much smaller than say a city yeah might be smaller than a city but if a single atom can be as heavy as a mountain than how heavy are these black holes will these black holes can wake up to twenty times as much as our own sun but that's not even as big as it gets mindy still haven't talked about supermassive black holes supermassive black holes yeah i guess the name kind of gives it.

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