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"cannock mountain" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

08:26 min | 8 months ago

"cannock mountain" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Lavas. It would probably be enough to be like. Hey so I bet Hawaiians out there. Think of Monica is the tallest mountain. That was a big mountain also is definitely wider like these little cannock mountains tend to be pretty wide because the law doesn't just pile up in one spot righty flus tip but talk going back right. Definition would be the biggest mounted right because it doesn't matter if it's underwater or partly underwater or partly under cloud base to peak to peak. Monica Hands Down Biggest Mountain honor. Hey so that's here on earth. That's the biggest mountain that we have here on earth. It's bigger than anything else. There's no bigger feature on this plan on this planet. That's right that's the best we can do all right now. Let's go into other planets in the solar system and let's start with the with the one closest to the sun what's going on in. Mercury. What's How big are the mountains in Mercury? Mercury is not that impressive. It's a small little planet and it doesn't have like tectonic activity or crazy volcanoes but it is impacted a lot so these huge rocks hit mercury and create these features. And there's this one feature on Mercury. It's an enormous impact and it's called the colorist. Montas and it has these rings around the edge of it that are three kilometers above the plane. I guess no sea level in Mercury is third leszno sea level. Yeah exactly it's well. We're just doing base to peak rises sea levels. Irrelevant so base to peak. This thing that rings this is three kilometers. He sort of hard to imagine. It's like these sharp spikes that are ringing around this crater. And it's it's a pretty high you know. This is not a little bump. Three kilometers is nothing to sneeze at pretty tall. It's like As big as Medicare obosi level almost as high above sea level as Medicaid is and. It's much narrower these impact mountains and the impact features whatever you WanNa call them a much narrower because they they come from these explosions they're more like shards all right. They're not built up slowly out other more dramatic. Yes they're very dramatic all right. So that's Mary create. What about Venus? What does this have visas pretty impressive? It has tectonic activity and its tallest mountain is called the ski demands and it's six and a half kilometers high so it doesn't match Mount Everest and it's a tectonic mountain so it's foreign by crushing together these plates but the weirdest thing about this mountain is Venus's atmosphere right remember. Venus is really weird and people think Venus once looked like earth that at once had a nice temperate climate maybe even oceans and then it was hit by huge meteor that caused basically climate change in a runaway greenhouse effect the heated up and now the atmosphere is crazy and it's like nine hundred degrees on the surface of Venus and so the surface of this mountain is covered in metallic snow flakes of lead the have precipitated. How like led the snow is no mayday flakes of lead? Yeah like now. Talk about extremes. That's like a quadruple. Black diamond right there with a couple of crossbones. Make sure. You don't ski on the diamond and it's hard to understand like the weather on the surface because not only is it really hot. Imagine how this stuff would just melt also really high pressure so the phase diagrams are pretty complicated. So you can get stuff. That's solid at higher temperatures than it would be here on earth because of the pressure. Oh I see not just Hud. Nine hundred degrees. It's also super high pressure. Really high pressure so not a good place. I do not recommend skiing and castle that ski vacation. Everything we've sent to the surface of Venus like has lasted for you know minutes. And then been crushed. Yeah because the because the pressure. It's still a pretty big mountain. Six point four kilometers. And it's time we know. It's the tonic. Because you can see the plates on Venus kind of coming together or they're just not in the form of a ring or not in the form of a ring it doesn't look like volcanic and so they've deduced from looking at the service of Venus that there's tectonic activity I don't know if they know exactly where the edges of those plates are. But this definitely looks like a tonic mountain. Well it's interesting to think that Earth has bigger mountains in all of these other planets so far and remember that Earth is bigger than mercury rights. You'd expect a bigger planet have larger features just sort of like proportionally and earth is about the same size as being as close as you expect them to be about the same size in. Hey you know it's not far off so I understand why you would imagine a bigger planet would have bigger mountains but it's actually sort of the opposite later when we get to Mars which is using to having a bigger planet doesn't mean you have bigger amount not necessarily about tallest mountain trying you list mountains square mountains All right we'll take a system. Where else in the solar system? Where else can we find big mounts? Apparently due at mount not just implant is we can also have him on moon. Yeah we can have them on. The Moon's to our moon has a pretty impressive feature it's Mons Higgins and it's five and a half kilometers high from an impact almost four billion years ago. Some huge thing hit that was like two hundred and fifty kilometers wide as he had this crazy crater with edges of it that have these features of it that are almost six kilometers up against him in a ring. Casey and from Earth or is it on the other side of the moon you can see them from Earth and studied them in a telescope and so they're pretty impressive cool and It's it's are the only moon with That's right and they get harder and harder to pronounce as you get further out of his desire to have a name or is it. The Moon Moon is called Luna and our son is called soul in Hispaniola. Did you just make that up? I know that it's all has it's the name of our son. I'd ever heard our moon called Lewis called Luna. Check it Nice so the Moon I o has a feature called boy boost sal Montus and eighteen kilometers high. What yes eighteen kilometers so we'd like blows away. Mount Everest blows away monarch as I always moon of what at Jupiter Saturn is a mood Jupiter. And it's the most volcanically active world in the whole solar system. So it's got a lot of stuff going on most mechanically. Active volcanoes ever with a lot of stuff going on on the inside of Ohio also leads to tectonic activity and so this is actually tectonic mountain on IUE in his eighteen kilometers highs. That's pretty impressive. I take twice the height of Mount Everest. Yep and I was pretty impressed until I started reading about the moons of Saturn one moon of Saturn called Japanese. And this one is so weird. It's got a ridge. All the way around the equator. That's when he was high it look sort of like a like a walnut you know like a sprinkle object with a ring around the edge of it. Felt like it has a belt. It's like a billboard. Love handles maybe eight a bunch of other mood and it goes all the way around three quarters of the way around three quarters of the way around. Nobody understands it. Nobody knows why nobody knows. Somebody squished planet. Like took it from top to bottom and it's Like bulged out mountains in the middle definitely some interesting history there and you know it's not a small feature it's twenty kilometers high to end. It would be all around. So it's like Monica plus Mount Everest. Not even as tall as well and it would just you would see this mountain range. It just keeps going off into the horizon in both directions It's a really weird feature. Yeah all right well. We are getting closer to the biggest mountain. The tallest mountain in the solar system. And it will. We've we've we've come down to the final two and so let's get into what they are where they are and how tall they are but first let's take a quick break. Here's the thing saving money with. Geico is almost better than playing pickup basketball. Because there's always that guy who joins your game. He never passes the rock. He constantly bricks threes and who completely accu and then put his hands up and say no foul no foul with GEICO. 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"cannock mountain" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

09:23 min | 8 months ago

"cannock mountain" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Daniel and heartaches the universe the production of iheartradio in which we take a tour of everything out there in the universe. Everything crazy everything fast. Everything's slow everything. Hot everything dense everything that you want to know about. The Universe explained in a way that hopefully make sense and entertains. Here's Dr We take a look at the everyday life the physics of the every day and we also look at the extremes of the universe although the biggest the brightest the loudest the craziest things out there in the universe. And bring it to you here on this podcast because one of my favorite things about the universe is that it is so extreme. Here life on Earth is actually pretty calm and slow and comfortable but out there. In the universe things are exploding. Things are hot. Things are dense. There is crazy stuff happening out there. And that's how we learn about the universe. Go to those places were crazy. Things happen and that shows us. What is possible in the universe? Thankfully we don't live in one of those crazy we Earth is pretty calm. I think well not these days definitely not these days. But in general in cosmic sends we are in a pretty quiet part of the solar system. And you'd rather live in a complex. You don't WanNa have a vacation home on a neutron star. I feel like life is pretty exciting enough already as it is. I think I need more mountain extremists better. They offered the tours of neutron stars ski down a slope on the mountains of I. O people definitely do. Yeah at this key level would take a long time though. Well we have a series of podcast. We've been really enjoying all about the extremes of the universe. We did the hottest place the coldest place the biggest thing. What else did we do? Did the empty EST thing. The brightest things did the biggest explosions in the universe. There's a lot of it out there in the universe you know. And it's interesting to think that there is sort of a maximum of these things you know. There is a maximum brightness. There is a maximum emptiness. There's a maximum size of things. Yeah and each of these was fun to explore. Each one taught us a little bit of physics along the way while hopefully educating you about all the crazy stuff that's happening in the universe. Yeah like you said. I think it's interesting because it really kind of pushes your brain a little bit to think beyond that of what is around is or to try to wrap your head around things that are that bigger that brighter that's small. I think we've done smallest too right. Yeah well we don't know what the smallest thing is right to smallest thing so far we've done the funniest far joke space banana that's in the queue for later. Tease the audience with that one. But I think each of these teachers are something because if you learn what's the day is possible thing or the smallest thing of the highest thing it shows you what the universe can do and I think that that's what's exciting is prying the universe open figuring out what possible what's out there and also just you know pulling ourselves out of our little cosmic neighborhood and realizing that most of the universe is pretty different from the kind of stuff that we experience right. So today on the podcast. We'll be talking about one. Such extreme in the universe as part of our extreme universities and so they were talking about something that I think everyone is. Maybe you're probably familiar with it. I think we can all see one. Maybe when we look outside our windows every day I hope so. It's something that I certainly enjoy. I've always lived near one of these things or in one of these things. Are I guess on one of these things having around you haven't lived under one? That's where tire. Yeah that's worse. That's where you're headed the mirrors and the Buckeyes. We'll be asking the question. What is the biggest mountain in the solar system? The biggest or the tallest Daniel was going to ask you. Are we doing biggest tallest lake? Do you want to know? Whereas the highest point sort of based a peak or the highest point above sea level or like the most stuff underneath the peak like a really not very tall mountain but really wide would that count or like if he had a a really thin but tall mountain would that be the biggest well from a skiing point of view. You definitely would prefer tall and thin too short and fat right now man. I mean I don't WanNa be all mountain body image stuff over here but you know when it comes to skiing. There is a difference. Yeah well I think you know think. Aren't they sort of the same? I mean if you think about mountains you'll have sort of the same shape right so this triangular shape. You don't see like round mountains or like square mountains or tall and skinny mountains. They're all sort of triangular shape. So aren't they the same thing like the Talas means asking? Also the biggest in terms of mass think he s if all mountains were the same shape than you're right. The tallest would be the biggest but not an expert in geology. But having done a tiny bit of research for this podcast I learned that they're not actually all the same shape our star square mount their tall and thin and they are shorter and fatter mountains. Like we'll talk about it but like volcanic mountain can be pretty flat and also depending on the amount of gravity. The shape of all cannock mountains during a formula for like the slope of a mountain depends on where the rocks are made out of and then also the gravity because you have a lot of gravity. Flattened about You have less gravity. They'll be bigger. Yeah steeper. Yup So if you're a booster for one particular mountain you think should be champion. You might have you know a bone to pick at the end after we declare our champion. Okay but on the PODCAST. I guess you're you're using taller. Like distance between the base of it to the peak of it I think based on peak is the best measurement. It depends what you want and mountain if what you want is an amazing view than you really want to be sort of highest point above sea level but imagine like a really big mountainous like this is the whole planet. You're not going to get a great view if you to sort of walk to the top of that thing so really. What you want is based to peak right. You want to be above everything else around you. So you get agreed view icy. We'll give you the best per spagna like exactly the views on for the views. Yeah but there's one more caveat which is what if part of the mountain is underwater like imagine underwater mount with only very tip sticking on a wet. If it's like cloud cover up to the very peppino then you can't see very much a little tip. Then you know views at all if you're standing as usual the deeper we dive into a topic that more rediscovered and the more aboard the audience gets as we keep on discussing the definition of a mountain. But for the PODCAST. We're just GONNA go with. The base is defined as G. Squared stops being a mountain and other mount all start a whole other conversation aware mountains Cheese and the whole earth is one being mounted amount. The Milky Way is a mountain. But you might be surprised also to learn where the highest mountain in the solar system. That's right and so that's a question we'll be asking. Today is what is did tallest. I will go with tallest. What is the tallest mountain in this solar system by which I mean really sort of? What's the biggest one? Because it's really just about size and in cresent and and I know for me. The word tallest Disney convey that gut level press. We're asking what is what is the most confusing podcast in system. What is it the tallest mountain in the Solar System? And you might be surprised. It's not here on earth. It's not even on Mars even or Jupiter and so we'll get to the answer here at the end of the podcast but I. We were wondering how knowledgeable people are about out in the solar system if people knew. Where is the tallest mountain in this whole process so I walked around campus that UC Irvine? Before it was shut down. And I ask people. Where was the tallest mountain in the solar system and none of them are? You'll notice gave me the flag that you just gave me. None of them said well. Do you mean biggest or tallest. I want a clear definition. They all understood what our UC Irvine he said in the most positive complementary way positive. That's right yeah so people had opinions about this thing about it for a second if someone asks you where are you thought? The tallest mountain in the solar system is what would you say Mount Everest? There's no bigger mount somewhere else in the Solar System Jupiter. Probably not but it might be. I'm assuming not with plenty of things like that. Ethnic amounts biggest mountain in the solar system. Hard question I don't know if I could say for sure. I'M GONNA assume that it's an honor. That's probably a separate planet in our solar system. Yeah so which meant was planning to think is. I'm going to say ours ours. I would assume based on how gaseous the larger planets are not sure in terms of the planets that are closest to the sun. I guess I really don't know a ton about planets General.

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"cannock mountain" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"cannock mountain" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Indiscriminately in total seven people were shot the twenty one year old man died inside the club all a second person in critical condition was later pronounced dead five people are currently being treated at area hospitals their conditions were unknown all of the victims appear to be patrons no one please of the barber shop also the government is still at large the concert called living the dream featured a line up of up and coming rappers venture which opened nearly four years ago offers cocktails and live indie rock and hip area by the San Antonio museum of art two police officers have been killed in the line of duty by a man who authorities believe later died in his home after he set it on fire in Hawaii it happened in Honolulu yesterday morning in a quiet neighborhood not far from Waikiki beach a third officer was injured in the incident in which the spreading fire destroyed several houses in an affluent area near the base of diamond head of all Cannock mountain at the southern tip of the island Honolulu police chief Susan Ballard our deepest condolences go out to the families of officers Tiffany in re gaze and Kelly keep calm Hawaii news now says the incident started when officers arrived at the home of sixty nine year old Jerry Hahnel a man who had reportedly stabbed his landlord a woman who was trying to evade him the officers were met with gunfire and the suspect and set fire to the home which spread to other houses police believe Mr Honnold died when the house went up in flames two other women are missing.

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"cannock mountain" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"cannock mountain" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Perhaps no one has had a greater influence on Atlantis conspiracy theories, then Ignatius Donnelly, all of the previous men were accomplished in their fields of study outside of what they had to say about Atlantis. This was not true for agnosio Donnelly in eighteen fifty seven Donnelly and his wife left their home in Pennsylvania to start a cooperative farming community in Minnesota he and his partners built communal homes a hotel and a newspaper office, but that same year a financial panic hit the United States and the new community collapsed before it even got off the ground after that failure Donnelly decided to enter politics after he was elected to congress in eighteen sixty three he became a local supporter of highly unpopular. Ideas, like women's suffrage and abolition ISM his efforts were spectacularly unsuccessful. And in the next election in eighteen sixty nine he was voted out of office. He went back to his failed. Minnesota commune and wrote quote, all my hopes are gone and the future settles down upon me dark and gloomy indeed. And quote, but during his time in Washington DC Donnelly had had accessed the library of congress. He was an avid reader, and by the end of his tenure he had a favorite subject Atlantis in eighteen eighty two. He wrote his book Atlantis the anti diluvian world. It should be mentioned that Jules Verne's novel twenty thousand leagues under the sea came out in eighteen seventy twelve years before Donnelly published his work, and there's a strong likelihood that Donnelly had read it. Twenty thousand leagues under the sea is an adventure story where the characters briefly visit the lost city of Atlantis while it's just a small mention it brought Atlantis back into popular culture. So when Donnelly came out with his book on Atlantis the public was primed to embrace it. In other words, it was clever marketing Donnelly begins his book by boldly. And clearly stating that Plato story about Atlantis should be taken. As fact, he also adamantly states that Atlantis is somewhere near the Americas. Donnelly further describes Atlantis as utopia with an advanced language in technologies and claims that it was the location of the garden of Eden, the explains that the reason most civilizations around the world have a flood story within the annals of their mythology is because all cultures originated from Atlantis the people that survive. The flood left and started cultures in Egypt Europe and Israel Donnelley's the first to use i-in tiff evidence to argue that Atlantis Israel in the early eighteen seventies. The US coastguard had just discovered that the Gulfstream in the North Atlantic flowed in a clockwise circular motion. Scientists had also discovered a large bulk Cannock mountain range under this part of the ocean. Donnelly argued that the mountains were the same ones that had once protected the center of Atlantis the Gulf stream flowed circularly because for so many years it had circled the now sunken island, the impact of Donnelly's book was intense the public absolutely adored it and Donnelly was finally receiving positive attention in the eighteen seventies. A British cabinet member. Even wanted to put together a task force to find Atlantis. The scientific community wasn't quite as on. Board. Donnelly sent a copy to Charles Darwin who responded with scepticism the sort of, hyper diffusion, ISM Donnelly. And his theoretical predecessors..

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