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"captain cook" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Nation who was our nation at the time how sovereignty we had queen. We gotta go back at later. Figure that that's a couple of hundred years after the Captain Cook thing more. So what happened. After Captain Cook was religion missionaries came started trying to get winds the where close. Yeah made the Hulu legal because sexual dance to white people would never seen him. Yeah I mean it looks at how they do. It's more interesting than other fast one. You're thinking of Asian. WHO has the more slow in Pencil? Ah Yes hotter sex here. It's it's classic but they did a lot of things. One of my favorite stories about Hawaiians the missionaries is that a when machines. I came all the winds are naked. Men Women did mattered. Hot Tubs. But they showed up like Oh. Yeah you have to wear clothes before you come into the church that we're building for you so he's is left out. A big pile of clothes gathered the clothes and they went back to the houses and it came back for church. And like the first guy showed up. And it's documented this actual history. He he showed up with a top hat and comer bone the comer bun with his checkout. Just completely naked adornment. Everybody's coming wearing wearing dresses wrong and like a guy's wearing address. Yeah nobody told amount of workloads. Oh look at least we're gonNA genes are shaw. It just start church but in that amount of time. They're able to turn their language into written to the Hawaiian language is was now. Oh put into text so that all of our oral traditions and histories were able to be documented. And what symbols do they use for that. It's written in the English language but there's only thirteen letters because we're heavy vowel. Your I know a lot of out with breaks and is that why. Why do they overvalue the vows? So much much I think it was just what we felt natural speaking tongue yet. But if you go all across Polynesia we have pretty similar languages just like Tonga. Has a heavier like chop sound to it. With heavy teas and dis someone was like really heavy. Like these bs like. It's weird the consonants. Just this change as he sweep further. Weird East Yeah. Hey that Hula Hula hoops hula-hoop the Hula skirt the Hula Dancing. Yeah is that you look at that now. Because we were waiting for carpet we saw one. One of those Luau. Is that like black face. Yeah I'd patties like no one's doing that on their own right It depends yeah. It's black face it. I mean it's just there for the tourists. Yes I mean we don't it. Sounds like you're doing it wearing an Indian costume on Halloween. You know some people are gonNA be like Hey. Are you a native American costume. Like are you a native American but there's also doing it right well the stuff that this ABC store no answer buying. I can tell you know I mean the people putting on the shows. Yes yeah that's different. Yeah those are actual coconuts and those. They probably made their own costumes. But that's but like no one's doing that if not for the tourists well or my Rahula was originally done topless. Yeah so the coconut adornments are really just to fit the western ideal of appropriate to a topless. Yeah that'd be way better. I mean that's how it was done. All with the fire and Shit like they want the real reason for the Lao when they had those parties with killing a pig and fucking you know all making the things and the due to the fire dancing and all that chat everything was based on the Kapalua system where everybody had to pull their own weight in order to gain a cop couples that you're not allowed to do certain things. There's like certain certain men donate with women women administrating. They're in their own tent. There's all types of stuff. There's all types of these these rules. But the the Luau was kind of Flaka a way of acknowledging everybody putting in their effort. Like everybody's here we can all we can all enjoy together like this. We've reached a point of of sustenance limerick beyond harvest or any like one will do to allure spring and summer. There's no harvest season. It's all whoever they do a lot with the reason just when things were good the things are great and work was done and I can criticize like the whoever is in charge having a party. Yeah second third. We'll oh blue allies I mean as far as when the westerners came we I mean. We didn't even call them Lou Party. You know what I mean. That's just what it is. We danced with saying we felt we share stories. We tell her history all over again to each other and those are all informed Song. The chanting that we do is kind of a song but See what I was thinking about that I was going to go on a tangent about the chanting and I forgot. Oh so the people who chanted the thing that's crazy about them is that their only job in.
"Thompson has been in examining oral histories the records of Captain Cook and the accomplishments of the Polynesian voyaging society. All to investigate what it can tell us about how we view the world. Today she pieces together the navigation puzzle of sailors and settlers in her book. See People Christina. Welcome thanks for having me. So when when we think of Polynesia talk about how big it is and what it has in common culturally so Polynesia is the area that is inside of this triangle we'll formed by Hawaii in the North New Zealand in the southwest and Easter Island in the southeast. It's an area of about ten million square miles and it smack in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and it happens that all the people who live on the islands in this area which is the island's that people have heard of like Tahiti or saw more or maybe the mark cases they all share a common cultural heritage. They all speak related languages and they have a similar genetic. Ming up no Christina. You say ten million square miles and originally they were not populated by human beings at all so somehow people had to get there and there was no communication. People didn't right. They didn't have metal tools. They didn't have navigational devices that I can imagine. Can you just kind of paint a picture to the best that we can. We're were there caravans of canoes just going out into the unknown C or how did these islands become populated originally well. I think one thing we don't know is how many canoes necessarily sailed together but basically the idea is that you know some thousands of years ago over in what sometimes people call the island nursery Sirri of Southeast Asia in the islands around the Philippines and Indonesia and stuff people developed an outrigger. which is this thing that sticks out from the side of the canoe to keep it balanced to keep it from from tipping over and with the development of the outrigger people started to be able to make some longer distance? Voyages and the canoes the Polynesian sailed in were like Catamaran's they had to halls else and they were stable and they could carry a load of people and animals and so they started making longer and longer voyages. There's some again some thousands of years ago from this western side of the Pacific out further and further and further into the mid Pacific. But it must have been hit or miss because they didn't have maps. They didn't have radar. They didn't know where the islands were if they were islands. Do you think they were just kind of going toward the sunset and hoping to hit land now the sunrise is actually but they obviously looking for islands and the islands are what they call inter visible. You can see one from. I'm the other in the Western Pacific. A lot of them are. There's a big leap when they get past that point and they start to sail out to islands that you can't see so they're probably exploring hiring and looking for them they really were amazing navigators. They weren't sailing blinds. They understood how to go to one place and sail back from that place after. Remember where that place was and things like that. They must have been exploring but we don't really know how they found islands like the end of Hawaii. Which is the islands of Hawaii are very isolated in the North Pacific? How did they find them who knows because we have no written history people? Just build a raft. That was kind of like one of those early outriggers Imagining how they might have done it and just without knowing if they did it prove that they could have done it like those. Expeditions seemed to be part of science right right so the the earliest one was was to Harles kon-tiki raft which he he allowed to drift basically from the coast of South America and ended up in the middle of the Pacific on the tomatoes. And that was an kind of an early experiment in this vain but then in the nineteen seventies in Hawaii some people got together and decided to try and build a true replica vessel so a copy of what they imagined. An ancient Polynesian voyaging canoe would been like and they decided to try and sale it from Hawaii to Tahiti and back again and that was the beginning of what what is really kind of an experimental voyaging movement in Hawaii. And what was that expedition called. The ship was called Hokule'a it Okla has made an around the world voyage now but that was in two thousand sixteen I guess but between Nineteen Seventy in two thousand sixteen they have made voyages absolutely everywhere. They sailed to to Easter to New Zealand. All around the Pacific to the point is to prove that it could be done yet to show the voyaging capacity of the Polynesians basically to show that non instrumental. Navigation vacation is really a thing and that people can go very long distances using it. You know that it's a real technique. You said they sailed it. Is it drifting with the wind and the tides is it with a sale or is it paddling they have a sale. They have a steering paddle but they sail. What were the very first contact with European society like in the Polynesian World? Some of them were violent. Some of them were not. We don't have any idea what the markes ins thought of men Donya when he arrived Zeppelin we know record of it and what I mean. There's the record of the Spanish but we don't really know for sure what archaisms thought There was a little bit of that I think. In some cases there it was all in some cases there was fear in some cases. There was something that you might call. Greed greed Westerners. No on the part of the I mean I. I think that a lot of islanders actually looked at these ships once they realized kind of what was going on and who these people were they actually wanted the ships. There are definitely stories of ambushes. Did they have some kind of A religious context again in the case of the conquistadors from Spain I mean in their religion I understand. It was on this certain year. A man on a horse you know was going to come and on that certain year the man on the horse with the beard came just like their scripture said and they disfigured this must be divided and they laid down their weapons and was there any kind of dimension of that local cultural religion with the arrival of the first Europeans pins or was it the opposite The story of Cook's arrival in Hawaii is kind of like that story that he arrived during a festival in he seemed to be the embodiment of the deity. Who was being celebrated in the Festival because switches to happen that he arrived at that time? I think that that added to the confusion of cooks experience. AGREEANCE cook was killed in Hawaii. That was where he died. And it was not long after this encounter during this festival period and I think it added to sort of chaos and confusion that he had Iraq during that a period. This is travel with. Rick Steves talking with Christina Thompson. Her book is see people the Puzzle of Polynesia and we're talking about early explorers of the Pacific both before the Europeans arrived and after so captain cook arrived and they thought. Oh It's a festival in here comes God and then things went sour and they killed killed them. Tell us a little more about that. So what happened. Is that Cook. He went up north to Alaska and then or the Northwest Pacific and then he came down and when he came down he was looking for a place to rest his crew and he sort of hit the island of Maui and then he went east so he sailed all the way around the big island before he found a place to come to rest his crew and that meant that he was sailing in his ship all the way slowly because against the wind all the way around the big island for quite a while and so when he arrived the legend of Lono the God that he sort of seemed to be representing was that Leno passed around the island in the same. I'm way he was represented as carrying a staff with White Tapa cloth on it which is sort of like the the ship to mass in their sales so just a lot of things lined up kind of strangely initially and then what happened was he. They went through all this festival these festivals and celebrations and then Cook sailed away and that should have been the end of it he should have just sailed away that would be fine but his mast broke just offshore and he had to return and when he returned he wasn't supposed to return according to the legends. He wasn't supposed to come back until the next year. So people were confused by that and then there was an altercation. He died in the clash not long after he returned.
"captain cook" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"captain cook" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Streak the NFL second longest in forty eight years sports at thirteen forty five around the clock, John minko. Ten ten win. Sports wins. News time to seventeen that guy was caught on camera and New Hampshire using child swipe prizes from an arcade game has been busted and already say, he's a teacher thirty four year old Anthony linski of Lawrence Massachusetts turned himself into police on Wednesday, and he's been removed from his middle school classroom that according to local school officials a man can be seen on that. Now. Viral surveillance footage with two young children reportedly his own kids and coaching his daughter on how to pull toys out of one of those huge, crane claw games. The girl is later seen poking her head out at the bottom of that machine on exciting. Historical discovery possibly off the coast of Rhode Island. Researchers say they think they've located the side were a sunken ship might be found the one used by eighteenth century. Explorer, captain, cook sail around the world that announcement comes from the Rhode Island marine archaeology project, which is leading the search effort along with the Australian National Maritime Museum the site is in the harbor near the scenic town of Newport archaeologists are meeting in Newport today to discuss it. They say the findings are promising, but it'll take a lot more work and money to actually identify the ship Cook's. Ship was named the endeavor. And he used it on his historic voyage from seventeen sixty eight to seventeen seventy one during which he claimed Australia for the British seventy degrees right now, we have cloudy skies in New York. Humidity is seventy eight percent wins. Meanwhile or com repeating that current temperature seventy going up to seventy four in midtown wins. News.
"captain cook" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"First first news, Gordon lawyer for the women accusing Brett Kamina, President Trump supreme court nominee of sexual assault told a Senate panel she would not testify on Monday as Republicans want, but would be willing to appear sometime next week if certain terms are met Christine Blasi Ford had been given a Friday today deadline by the Republican legendary committee to decide whether to testify to hearing it has scheduled for Monday Ford's attorneys say she could not testify until next Thursday. Hawaii Senator maisy Hirono says there's no reason to rush this through. As a member of the committee. I've certainly had a lot to say about how Dr Ford is being treated in this process and she's not being treated fairly. There's absolutely no question about that. The phone discussion ended with no decision about Ford's possible appearance of women working temporary job at a store warehouse in Maryland got into an argument at work yesterday morning and began shooting colleagues killing three before fatally turning the gun on herself. The incident took place at a distribution facility in Hartford county, Maryland art for county sheriff Jeffery Gahler. She was armed with one hand gun several magazines. No shots were fired by any law enforcement responder twenty six year old woman identified as snow Chia Moseley died at a hospital from a self inflicted gunshot wound, the special counsel's investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election is garnering more information, President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen who pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations and. And other charges last month tweeted yesterday that he has provided information to prosecutors without a cooperation agreement Trump's longtime fix her turn folks would be vital witness for prosecutors. Researchers say they've identified a site off the coast of Rhode Island near Newport, where they think the ship that eighteenth century explorer, captain James, Cook us to sail around the world may be located. They described the site as promising but say, it will take a lot more work and money to identify the ship cook ran aground Australia's Great barrier. Reef during a voyage to the South Pacific nearly two hundred fifty years ago. He used his ship the endeavour to claim Australia for the British during his historic voyage. Would imagine what that was like back then. Oh, I can't minimal navigation skills. Australia. Ship winds up maybe off the coast the Rhode.
Researchers say they're closing in on Captain Cook's ship
"Say they've identified a site off the coast of Rhode Island near Newport, where they think the ship that eighteenth century explorer, captain James, Cook us to sail around the world may be located. They described the site as promising but say, it will take a lot more work and money to identify the ship cook ran aground Australia's Great barrier. Reef during a voyage to the South Pacific nearly two hundred fifty years ago. He used his ship the endeavour to claim Australia for the British during his historic voyage. Would imagine what that was like back then. Oh, I can't minimal navigation skills. Australia. Ship winds up maybe off the coast the Rhode
"captain cook" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Fine. My fellow Americans. Ladies and gentlemen. Members of the press in my immediate family. I may I thank you all for being here. And I am and my immediate family. I may I thank you all for being here. My immediate family. Thank you all for being here. By you do open the height show that really Harvey Cosell now. Well, the thing about Ford was he he was kind of a blunder and he trip going down the stairs and air force. One. Chevy's Chevy's bits was always he would come out. And then fall and stumble around and knock things over in the Oval Office. It was cute. It was funny. He never really didn't imitation afford. But you knew he was he wasn't four. But it's sad. Because he's a very talented actor I loved the national lampoon vacation move terrific. What was he did? Was it flat? Swallows the other. Yes, he did Fletch. Yeah. He did some funny movie. I remember Juanita Goldie Hawn. I it's the song. Barry Manilow song. Ready to take a chance again was from it. Very good movie. It's gonna come to me in a minute. And he was excellent in. Okay. Shack cat. Oh, yeah. He was great shadow. He was a major major comedy star. But then he became difficult to work with any insulted co stars and people don't wanna be around him. He lives up in Bedford New York now with his family. He is sober. That's a good thing. But he talks about his struggles with alcohol and drugs, and he bashes Sarah live three amigos Natalie's going down the list and tell us about three migos. He was foul. Play is the foul. Plow plays great movie with Goldie Hawn. Yeah. Red. Obviously vacation was great to see this. We have a video you gotta see up on our website at seven ten wwl dot com slash Lennon. Michael this happens all the time people just riding along on New Jersey transit. Making good speed doors open. It's unbelievable. I mean this happens repeatedly and listen to this person. Anybody can pull hurt themselves. Get killed. Safety is number one. Yeah. I just like the first line anybody can pull everybody could fall. Well, sometimes the trains the elevated. So you're up high in the doors open. You fall out of the train you'll lengths Blat on the on the road. New Jersey transit Nataliya from do you ever ride New Jersey? I used to take the train every morning to work. It's I've actually seen the door open not fully open. This video is insane. The door is wide open. I've seen it open a crack, go take a look. Oh. And you had a story. You wanted to tell me about captains. Hawk no, captain hook. You said they found you have you have you ever heard of captain, captain hook me have you ever heard of captain, captain cook, right? He's the first European to go to Australia and Hawaii on his ship. The HMS endeavour will apparently it looks as though they have discovered the HMS endeavor off the east coast of the United States crocodile taking now, you know, nothing wrong person anything captain, captain hook the importance in the history of discovery telling me that captain cook is tell me he was the first person to circumnavigate the globe. And then he was killed by the native people in Hawaii. Unbelievable now, they found a ship. Hope you're enjoying this rewind. Today's Len Berman and Michael in the morning. We'll be back with a new show tomorrow from six to ten on seven ten w r. All right. Let's give out some tickets, Michael. Yeah. Congratulations to Helmich mole from east elmhurst. He was the first caller to correctly identified that the turning point from the game last night was this. It's a high fly ball to right? This one's carrying demos back. He's at the track. He's at the wall. Looks up. Pets gone homerun borough Dougal, Harare. All right. So that's the turning point two run Homer in the fourth inning off Noah, Syndergaard and Philadelphia Phillies beat the Mets for nothing. Indeed. All right. The next chance to win the turning point is to listen to the next Mets post game show on W O R for the Mets truckful and ups turning point of the game. And they are in Washington tonight. Coverage here on wwl war begins at six o five. All right. Our next guest knows what he's talking about. He's brad. Garret ABC news crime and terrorism analyst from Washington and Brad first of all good morning. Welcome to the program. Good morning. So the question is how do you investigate a crime from thirty six years ago? And and really how does that take shape and how does it become relevant today? Okay. To another. I'm not going to suggest that you could definitively figure out if something actually happened in a house in Montgomery County thirty six years ago. What I am suggesting is that you could get a much better understanding of both judge cavenaugh and Dr Ford thirty six years ago. It would take a lot of work you'd have to do a lengthy detailed interviews, not interogations interviews of both of them. You don't have to go and talk to friends where did they party how much did they drink? What was judge Kavanagh's relationship? Who did he date was he ever inappropriate? I'm not suggesting he was with somebody else did this ever occur in some other setting at some other location. All of those things will at the end of the day. You're you're never gonna end up in any. Anything for anyone being prosecuted, criminally because it's way beyond that. This is really boiling down to can you come up with additional information that you can better assess sorta the honesty the integrity the morality of an individual in this case somebody you're about to possibly place on the supreme court. So you you have a much better picture of him. If you waited I don't think that's going to happen. I think we're gonna move forward. But that's what you could end up with. So Brad, if just let's say for the sake of argument, they open an FBI investigation. It's gonna take way beyond the midterm elections. Will it not such an investigation is you've just detailed oh weeks. I would say conservatively the end of the year and think about this. You're gonna go to people from thirty six years ago. That you're going to have to find. And then you're gonna have to convince them to talk to you. And that's not an easy venture. Sometimes. So this could take weeks dislocating people, and then getting them to a place where the actually will share with you information about what occurred in their lives that where judge cavenaugh and Dr Ford were part of back thirty six years ago, not an easy undertaking. It also takes a special type of investigator. You can't just throw anybody under this mix because sexual assault cases are not easy to investigate even if they just happen if there's no evidence. And so I again, I'm going to suggest a much better picture of both of them. But I just don't see that happening warm with Brad Garret. He's the ABC news crime and terrorism analyst from Washington. And Brad, obviously everything I mean, everything now is so one hundred percent political. I don't think either size going to be happy with anything that happens here. What what are your? Thoughts on that. Well, that's probably right. I think the Democrats are gonna continue to say we need more information about this. And the Republicans obviously are saying, you know, if she's not willing to testify in. I totally understand why she doesn't want to testify that they're going forward next week. So you're right. I think we're gonna end up with what's basically on the table today, and they're gonna make their decisions based on that Brad can the committee subpoena and forced Dr Ford to testify, I suppose, yes, you could subpoena her now keep in mind that a subpoena from congress. You know, there is a compelling aspect to it. But it's not the same as a judge issuing a subpoena for you to come to court, or you know, the marshals or local law enforcement official could arrest you for not coming congress, then has to go to the US attorney's office in DC who then has to go to district court. To argue to compel this person to come in. And that's just I don't think it's gonna happen. Brad. Appreciate your input. Brad. Garret the ABC news crime and terrorism analyst and watching. Thanks, brad. Well, he does paint the picture that if you were really going to do this, right? It would take a very long time. And honestly, a Michael that's not gonna happen now. No, the Republicans are gonna let that happen. That's what the Democrats want. Because Brad said if it goes to the end of the year, they get through the midterm elections. That's the political calculation. The Democrats have made and the Republicans should not allow them to get away with it going to do it. They're going to go forward, and the Democrats are going to how like stuck pigs. Come Monday, because they will you know, they'll all be talking to Brett cavenaugh. So he will testify in Alaska every which way but Sunday would happen. He'll deny deny deny deny they'll say, okay done will vote Thursday. You're the next supreme court judge and the Democrats are going to be apoplectic. So I guess I guess the leave it up to the voter to the side. I guess obviously. That's the that's the that's the only thing the Democrats will have up their sleeve. You know, it's interesting. We were we've been talking all week if Dr Ford testifies, it's unlikely that she is going to, but let's say for sake of argument going to testify the Republicans would have to be very careful in the hash tag me. They'd have to be very respectful. What about the Democrats? I bet they're just going to try to smear and run down cabin. They won't have any decorum. They won't treat him with any dignity. They will paint him as a harasser as a horrible terrible purser person. Because they don't care. I don't think you're right. You think they're going to treat them with dignity and respect? I'll bet you. They won't. I think they'll be respectful. I don't think so really. Yep. Cory booker. Please. Well, I don't think so I can't I can't vouch for him. Call A Spartacus moment. Right anyway, when we return that EMMY proposal remember during the Emmys a guy proposed cute, right? Nope. Some people are ticked off about who could possibly be ticked off about a proposal of marriage will tell you, and where did you hear what movie props are up for auction?.
Captain Cook’s ship Endeavour may have been found off the US coast
"I may I thank you all for being here. And I am and my immediate family. I may I thank you all for being here. My immediate family. Thank you all for being here. By you do open the height show that really Harvey Cosell now. Well, the thing about Ford was he he was kind of a blunder and he trip going down the stairs and air force. One. Chevy's Chevy's bits was always he would come out. And then
"captain cook" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Their leadership. More than anything else. That had happened so like anything that. Happened after that if the men were like oh that's the. Right thing you should do man I'm not sure that's the, right branching they had to remember wait a minute at the key. Moment all of us thought the captains. Were wrong captains were. Right and we have better deferred, to them because they are better trained they know more wiser than we are that's why they're captains and so this probably was a if you're if you're doing a book on leadership rules from Lewis Clark being right and being confirmed, in your rightness when everyone else. Thinks you're doing the wrong thing is a tremendous asset to any leaders There are five falls in central Montana at great falls there's the main one and this is the one that Lewis is talking about a and for others all impressive So. He grandma's down to, the falls which is about ninety feet vertical much wider and he takes out. A notebook And writes, out a description of the balls A couple, of thousand words like it's mostly geographic scientific but partly. It's in a well-worn literary tradition of subliminally he's probably basing, this on what he's read in MacKenzie's. Journals the journals of captain cook and others so is self consciously trying to wind himself up to produce Magnificent description he says all, the right thing this has been hidden. From the eyes of civilized man from the beginning of time That he is the eyes and ears of the enlightenment here that the. First impression that he brings back to the civilized world will help to set the tone for its understanding of this extraordinary. Plays and. Then he, realizes that he's not. Equal to the task.
"captain cook" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"One of those is coping with relatively small volumes and getting along with each other is no question about it that you will have to do some special preparation, but I'm actually fairly confident that that is something we can do because that's been done in history before, certainly in Arctic stations. And small space or a small ocean going craft. We've proven as a species that we can tolerate fairly austere conditions is long as we're prepared and can get along with it. Now, I think building some degree of privacy is is prudent, but I think we can do that and they much smaller space than we have with the ISS. Okay. Now in terms of isolation as you get further and further away from earth, so does the the time it takes to communicate with her on on space station. It's relatively easy, almost instantaneous re really close to it. So so talking with people as easy as you go further and further away now you have this delay. Is there a certain level of what we'll start with this we'll start with, is there a certain level of communication that's needed to maintain the cruise health and and feeling like they're still connected and not so far away from. Earth. I think that as we move towards exploration of deep space, we have to actually look backward not forward for the answers to some of these problems. Now, if you were to look at what I consider one of the greatest voyages of discovery of all time, captain Cook's circumnavigation aboard and ever where they were lucky to find a merchant ship or a whale ship that might be going to their home port, maybe years into their voyage. The crew would draft some letters and that to them and hope that the ship would make it there safely sometime in the next year. And that's that letter writing campaign was kind of how things were done. If you were to tell them, hey, look, we got a system where given a few minutes to several hours, you can get a message back to Greenwich and then they can communicate with you before the day is out. They wouldn't believe you. So basically what we have is a revolutionary capability compared to the the means that supported exploration missions for. For centuries. And so can we do it? Of course, we have. We can do that. Now we have two crew and we have to design accordingly. And really move towards more mission autonomy. And we've spoiled ourselves in a way by having such broad bandwidth and real time communication for the station, but station is a laboratory and it is designed to produce as much science as possible. And that really depends on on real time communication. Whereas heading to Mars and some of the other deep space destinations, we're not in that paradigm. We're really all about exploring and what we need to do in maintaining the ship and maintaining the crew and supporting the mission. Most of that responsibility has to really be given to the crew certainly for any immediate responses that need to happen that that all has to be the crew just like it used to be. Yeah, and that blends in nicely to this to his next hazard, which is distance from earth. And I think you know, we sort of already talked about that the further you are away, the more delay there is and communication. So communication is one of the factors that goes hand in hand with distance the further out. You go, the longer, the delay of communication. What are some other. Actors whenever you're talking about the human body, the human really being further and further and further farther away from earth? Well, I think there's many aspects to that one. I have to kind of think about the medical issues that we know our crews are going to be healthy when we launched them, and we're going to do our best to keep them healthy during flight with counter-measures diet and medical monitoring..
"captain cook" Discussed on Start the Week
"And he's setting off in this tiny two hms endeavor which is an old kosher for kolia and particularly in the first voyage he had very very little technical help in terms of where he was going tell us a little bit about how he knew where he was at any one point right yes well he had none of the gadgets in casemates we have today no way of contacting and apart from bilateral which could take months even years to get back depending on what ships they bumped into but it was all all dependent on kind of locating by latinos and the stars by luggage on the first bridge they didn't have the chronometer which was say important for for measuring longitude they had to rely on the lunar distancing methods by kind of looking at the stars and measuring using kind sections up to to create the angle but with the instruction of the chronometer made an awful lot easier basically the chronometer just keeps a constant time from the destination so they knew where they were under cook himself came from fairly humble origins taught himself astronomy trigonometry tell us a little bit about his journey before he was actually captain cook say he yes he was came from very humble origins middlesbrough a was educated is far those a farm labor so he basically began his education really in the royal navy he'd served on coach ships going up and down for mucosal to london and then he joins the navy at quieter advanced age really enjoying seven years war he went out which is where he learned to survey to create charts and he will say was really interested in strana me he wrote a paper on that for the society on your exhibition has fantastic drawings and beautiful maps i mean really extraordinarily accurate and beautiful maps they did at the time but also drawings of people they discovered an animal the very first european picture of a kangaroo for instances there and also some extraordinary drawings by a polynesian.
"captain cook" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Need poets unique photographers you need a little bit of everything and occasionally more than case frequently you can actually pull it off and the political entities that are often the final deciders in these cases will cave in when they get enough reason combination of good reason well buttressed arguments and political heat which can be generated by letters to the editor and public hearings and and and stories on tv and in the newspapers and all like this i mean we could go through one or two of the story in the book okay well they're all my favorites so it's hard to detroit to pick one and i wish i could have done it three times as long because there are lots of stories around but just for the for the heck of it let's go to hawaii you mentioned water the most of the rain in the islands falls on the eastern side where the storms hit first and then the mountains comb the moisture out of the clouds and drop it on the east side and east side of the mountains there were massive patchett tara field when captain cook arrived there in seventeen ninety two i think it was something like that he guests that there were two hundred thousand acres of terra growing and and flourishing and and tarot they make it boil the roots and make poison which is this purple very sticky fairly bland but very very nourishing good for you low in fat cetera chips now like potato chips yeah so anyway that was working pretty well when captain cook arise but but then the american sugar companies got interested in the islands because it was nice and warm but the places that were appropriate for growing sugar the central plains the.
"captain cook" Discussed on Left, Right & Center
"Well i don't know how applicable to says but there was a phenomenon very similar to this in malaysia um that started i don't know if anybody really knows when it started but it was noticed by western voyageurs i think captain cook in a seventeen hundreds it was basically the same as the rampage killing that we have now but it was done with machetes it was called running amok that's where we got the term running amok and it was this sort of the same idea somebody enters the kind of frenzy state or has this rage and they acted out in this way and it did burn itself out eventually a kind of stopped happening by the early 1900s i don't know offhand exactly what the factors in that were but you can you can see something sort of similar in serial killing which doesn't happen nearly as often out in the united states as it as it used to um i think that there needs to be more attention and study to what causes these things to burn themselves out i don't know that there is a simple answer without though you wrote a one interesting example from vienna in the 1980s about how there was an epidemic of suicides in the vienna subway and there was a a particular set of standards that media started following their that seems to have been successful in in snuffing out that epidemic right yes so that's a good example so um yasser there was this rash of s of suicides in vienna in the 1980s people jumping onto the subway trucks and killing themselves and it was similar to this in a way it kind of came out of nowhere it seems like somebody just got the idea to do this at some point and then the media started covering it in this series sensationalized and even a very romanticise sort of way where for people who were depressed it seemed like a way to kind of give their lives meaning in this tragic final act which i think is is basically what mass shootings are and eventually psychological researchers realized this and they asked the.
"captain cook" Discussed on VINTAGE Podcast
"What we think of now think of when someone says ogilvie seen the mermaid with what omar mateen us you'll like how can this be this is so exciting it must be wonderful when you see it i think it's the shock it but you kind of recoil is a horrible looking quite frightening creature quite a good thing to send children to to have as well because ferro waste quite powerfully affected but it's easy to use agent hopkins sleek that no i know in what else is i think is good for them above healthy tara it's good for this a fascinating thing this is essentially well our i dear of mermaids in popular culture comes from is it that way it's this idea when there was an enormous maritime presence across the world and people were going in discovering things and bringing them back yes i think london during that period is an exciting time because these things were being brought back let you could see mostly dead stuffed creatures from everywhere across the world i think it's really easy to wonder why people would be taken in by this fake mermaid but it to forget that gnome would ever have seen a lot of wild animals in their life state like when captain cook he brought back on the flayed skin of a kangaroo from australia he did not try and put one on the boat and transport across the sea he go at one he skinned and when he got it back home he had it stuffed i'm so i think people will ferry used to seeing stuff specimens that had stroll in wires in stuff or and stitches on them in the so it would be much harder to use your critical faculties and say no this is definitely a composite creature of a monkey stitch to a fish and i think actually won the duckbilled platypus was first brought back people like just forget it like this is ridiculous you've clearly faked this is.
"captain cook" Discussed on Start the Week
"I feel so white here and you know they'd never really thought about being white until there in an environment where they're in a minority and i would say to them will that's how i felt growing up in wimbledon because every day i was so conscious of being a visible other but you don't necessarily creates a space to explore that if you are in a majority where you'll fed this narrative that allows you to be comfortable in your whiteness and see it as normal peter kerry i i just think of as the moon guy back to think that monuments and conversation on if they think you need a conversation with monuments often appeal of untold ministry to bed captain cook keno knowing what they will give her hysteric hysterical a captain cook was criticised and indigenous peoples i will captain cook know get him we shouldn't have that yeah i think you have a monument save captain cook standing look now in captain cook should be looking at something that relates to the other side of the story and you have a physical conversation with johan yards and an argument a and i'm about seventy five percent serious about the two really good date way up our public clouds is going to get very cramped and ney as monument is added to monument contradictory mongering yet i think that it is a logical thing that at the moment this isn't quite a lot of discussion about widen is indeed and because the whole world is changing very far snow really really this decades we living in the in the in in the world city order which is changing from centuries of white antiwestern shaprio supremacy sorry for my english into a much more different situation and i think it is also panic a lot of people are running back to their all to the because under the even under the modern of identity but it is.
"captain cook" Discussed on Probably Science
"Right there's no potato in my japanese kucan is no they do like fatigue i've seen here but that's because we bastardize they never they they'll do like a sweet potato bidder fucking tempore but but not an authentic to there but you'll never have it in like chinese cooking you'll never have like chinese though will never be like a beef mongolian with tighter but like potato dumplings let's like italian right that's not a knock in know to tying none of the right yeah i'm trying to think golic as garlic again bhutto i read some where they said the onions the only thing that we all we've all gone gay will we all want guardians to we all everyone likes a brisket is that everywhere now i never knew of free skate on your in your that way of cooking meat what do you mean everyone like pug and if ever ops series culture has a version of not that dish put that cut of meat and the way they prepare that cut of beef is like sort of everyone has cows that's a good point very good point it was it was big news sweeper in rhode island is on the other was in hawaii that garch guard's aim in hawaii in wine talk a cold cal and the reason for that is is because like some like fucking are probably gonna butch this story brought this summer like captain cook whoever discovered the haul for one of the white settlers habito y right and they killed captain cook in the end i do that but anyway he fan of strivers well for anyone it does neither but what happened was.
"captain cook" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Yep and the other day yes the foot and these people nick cave three his gap the gene in the meantime jason absorb sorensen beijing buried in the day day three thirty per se seems me soon dick rippe repair great bevan nick them of god gal no and they added captain cook denied the dream.
"captain cook" Discussed on Historical Figures
"It was a mix of our and mystery the dangers that lay ahead were countless but the biggest danger was actually the smallest faux or lewis complained about them often in his journals mosquitoes lewis wrote in one of his summer entries july twelve he tino five the skeet owes extremely troublesome to me today of all the animals grizzly bears mountain lions buffalo snakes it was the mosquito that harmed him most but before we pull it that thread let's embark on the journey that would solidify lewis and clark as two of the most influential people in american history our vessels consisted of six small canoes and to large perot's this little fleet although not quite so respectable as those of columbus or captain cook was still viewed by us with his much pleasure as those deservedly famed adventurers ever be held bears and i dare say with quite as much anxiety for their safety and preservation were now about to penetrate a country at least two thousand miles and with on which the foot of civilized man had never trodden the good or evil had had in store for us with four experiment yet to determine and these little vessels contained every article by which we were to expect to subsist or defend ourselves lewis's own words early on in the journey he understood the vast nece that lay ahead of him and his crew but no one could anticipate the power and mercurial nature of the missouri river itself.
"captain cook" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The grown these drags after the second straight time against cueto that's out number two three wasn't king yet what when you it still looks though they looked almost exactly the same it looked way back then then the 1731 captain cook and his men were there and then one of the officers no vancouver georgia and couvert a died while they were there and they build a monument for him and still right there when you get to the entrance to the bank watto takes off a pitch at a dirt humbly digs it out of the dirt throws to second panic late getting over to cover anyway emma throw was late and it was off liner titanic whence getting over on the infield dirt just make sure didn't go into centerfield he'll all that needs which is to steal fourblock blocker willetts it's it's it's an archeological ruin still there and the the call him a hit hideo and the and it's you know you don't you you pull right into it in there it is an email swimming in that vein here's a fastball for our called strike to read a jury the first pitch was walls now account as one of one so you're going to visit the bay we've ever there which it to you hit when he had to gather together with other calaca koa swamp the dolphins which is not something that they provide the just happened to be a lot of dolphins it hang out there many times it's not a tank can were yielded sleep sick the the ocean there's a little piece of land the finger of land on the far side of the bay and there's no way to get over there other than by boat with that little piece of land has a monument to captain cook each where he died and it's owned by england the only place in what is now the united states were the land itself is owned by the government of another country they bought it i think it was a deal that they wanted to put their monument on there for captain cook a great explore 212 jury bouncing ball through handle i feel basit rock hill powder out third here come parker with the thrall it is a little bit off bribe lakos scores shabby hanley takes a bureau an rocher's shows jury goes to.
"captain cook" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Warning more of these objects war of these access because steal i mean there's a famous story when captain cook first puts off the coast of the why may coast of co why and they why why people panel their outriggers out and climb on board his ships and immediately start pulling all the nails out of the plank king on the ship and diving off into the water with the nails because they want metal they realized this is such an advantage over the technology that they have and so i mean they're willing to trade what what do you want for an ax wow what do you want for a box of males so they just let the people know that the axe was a thing hanging from a tree leaving for awhile let and play with it and go back now wa that's a mind blower so that's how how native people kind of all over the world who hadn't progressed to the iron revolution to the iron age were seduced into the market economy is that they were offered items that were so compelling and as i f set a couple of times now if you if you didn't participate in it you kind of within a decade you were disadvantaged because everybody around you was going to end up doing it and so you got caught up in it and so that's how that's how what i was arguing and by psychology in bison diplomacy eminent i i the argument is slightly revised in american syrian getty but it's the same argument and it's become the prevailing argument about what happened to bison in the nineteenth century is we used to think that okay there were sell a hundred million of them by the end of the civil war and then guys go out with rifles in space twenty years they shoot em all down and that's the end of for their tongues and further hide.