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Curiosity Daily

02:13 min | 5 months ago

"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Pass studies on zinc have gone both ways and it's never a good idea to change your behavior based on the findings of just one study on the other hand. These findings are from a randomized double blind placebo controlled trial. That's the gold standard in science. So there's a reason to believe that this information is better than what most other studies have turned up but whatever you do avoid zinc nasal sprays they can cause you to permanently. Lose your sense of smell no good in the end the best way to get over a cold is what you've always heard. Get plenty of rest. Drink lots of fluids and follow your doctor's orders get well soon. So let's recap what we learned today. Well Catherine Johnson was a pioneering mathematician for NASA. Help US get to space. And she passed away at the age of one hundred and one she left. Such a legacy. It's pretty amazing. Seeing all of the dedications that are coming out on on twitter and elsewhere. It's pretty cool. It's a pretty good run. Yeah and we learned that scientists have made the world's first living robots out of frog stem cells and they do things like Kerry stuff and pair up and move around in different directions. The future is here and I learned that the jury's out on whether zinc actually helps you recover from your cold better whatever you do avoid zinc nasal sprays. No good see. When I got sick I just feel like I've just got to sit around and drink a lot of water. Yeah I never take cold medicine all I know is. I'm thankful very thankful that I never had to deal with a sore throat this winter. Because that's the worst. It's not like the no eight is the literal worst. There's so many other things like you could have nothing I deal with. You never get like chest congestion. I don't mind a heavy cough. It's the sore throat. That's what gets me. Wow Yeah I don't know a heavy cough means I can't exercise. And that's there's there's a rule of thumb for you if it's below the neck take a rest day see and when I have a sore throat. I don't WanNa talk. Which is my favorite thing to do. That is. That's fair so there you go to. These stories were written by Ashley. Hammer Cameron Duke and grants current and edited by Ashley Hammer. Who's the managing editor for curiosity? Daily scriptwriting was by Cody Goff and Sonya Hodgin. Today's episode was produced and edited by.

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"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"About to get smarter in just a few minutes with curiosity. Daily from curiosity DOT COM. I'm cody Goff. And I'm Ashley Hamer Today you'll learn about why we blurt things is out. What would happen if Earth stop turning and with the little black dots are around your windshield? Looks at US fast and curiosity. Have you ever had that experience where you blurt something out healthy. You shouldn't have got all the time I shouldn't have said that. This is your segment. That's fine well. Hopefully you didn't do this during a job interview order during an important meeting or romantic encounter or podcast recording guilty but according to research these are exactly the situations in which you're most likely agree to do it. Ironically the more aroused you are as an awakened alert the better the chance. You might say something automatically without thinking about it. Researchers researchers say that this might be the reason why more arguments happened during stressful periods. Like when you're dealing with family Christmas time so why is this one. One new paper in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology outlines a set of experiments that reach these conclusions. The first study asked participants to rate a dating profile and and found that aroused people disclosed more embarrassing emotional intimate and incriminating information about themselves compared to those who were relatively relaxed. Just a follow up study on the same day so that the arouse participants profiles were less attractive for dating than those of the more relaxed participants. That suggests the disclosing too much information. Also negatively affects people's attractiveness remember not to over share on your next tinder profile updates. TMI everybody the second study looked online trolling behavior and how likely people are to reveal instances where they said mean or malicious things to other people online the study found that people are more likely to disclose information they wouldn't normally disclose when they're aroused as in awake and alert and the third study found on the people are more likely to disclose highly personal information after physical exercise. So how do we stop ourselves from creating awkwardness being offensive damaging trust or harming perception towards her character. Well obviously you should make an extra effort to control what comes out of your mouth when you're stressed and seeing stuff if you might regret later but researchers also recommend adopting daily strategies to reduce stress since stress is related to arousal consciously controlling in your breathing and listening to chill. Music are two strategies known to work. You could also drink less coffee get enough sleep and eat. Well you know basically the stuff we tell you to do all the time. Remember all of this when you're heading into a high stakes situation and hopefully you'll be able to keep your cool true story. The tweets tweet tweet right after getting back from a long run are most likely to be deleted by me later. Really Yeah I like have all these thoughts when I'm out there running and I'm like Oh who I'm GonNa tweet that and then I take my shower and I'm like recovered and then like what was. Why did I do this? Nobody's even liking this and then I delete it so case in point all right what would happen if earth stopped rotating. Don't worry about the how or the why just think about the end result the consequences sequences tell us a lot about how our planet functions as well as other worlds in the galaxy. So let's learn some lessons with this hypothetical situation. Well since we'd continue a new to rotate relative to the Sun We'd still have night and day is just that each day would be as long as three hundred sixty five days are today a year in total darkness or total daylight would have a pretty dramatic effect on the planet as you can imagine puts a new spin on escaping somewhere warm for vacation. Especially if you happen it'd be living on the nightside of our planet that year which brings us to weather. Our weather patterns are created.

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Curiosity Daily

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"A beam of white light into the solution resulting chemical reaction produces oxygen gas through photosynthesis while while the CO two water and powder solution are converted into methanol sends. Methanol has a lower boiling points than water. The solution is heated and the methanol L. is collected as it evaporates a process. Like this is exciting for two reasons. First of all carbon dioxide is the primary contributor to global warming so removing it from the atmosphere will help to slow climate change second the resulting alternative fuels will allow people to continue relying on non electric automobiles which will give us more time to make the transition to carbon-neutral living. It's an exciting solution. That has the potential to really change the game when it comes to climate change. Okay so why were we so excited about today's stories. Well it's cool to see that there's research into how to correct misinformation because misinformation can be Super Stubborn Auburn and it's hard to get out of people's heads. Yeah you gotTa tell that story to restore the missing link in the facts chain. It's all about storytelling. And I can sleep better at night knowing the dinosaur fossil so next Benz backwards after. They died because the ligaments in their next contracted without that head acting as a counterweight port. Dinosaurs yeah but they're teaching us a lot about about their history Sharar and it's super cold. At an artificial leaf is starting atmospheric carbon dioxide into fuel. We need to get rid of a lot of that carbon dioxide. We need all the the help we can get to. These stories were written by Kelsey Dunk and Andrea Michelson and by Matt Williams for Universe today and edited by Ashley Hammer. WHO's the managing editor for curiosity? Dot Com script. Writing was by Cody Goff and Sonya Hodgin. Curiosity daily.

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"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Few minutes. I'm Cody Goff and I'm actually Hamer today. You learn about a Cockatoo. The proves humans aren't the only animals else who can dance and a trick for reducing anxiety and getting along better with others with some help from Authors Gabriel Weinberg and Lorne McCann. We'll also answer a listener question about what would happen happen in the world went. Vegan but says fasten curiosity believe it or not sometimes we can learn something from viral videos online all the way back in two thousand seven. One of the the first viral video is pretty much ever featured. A cockatoo named snowball who danced along to the backstreet boys classic. Everybody backstreets back. That video is now helping. Scientists understand the evolutionary underpinnings of dance. That's because one of the six and a half million people watched the video was neurobiologist Onny Rude Patel he he felt the bird. Maybe demonstrating skill. We've never seen in a non human animal before and he envisioned an experiment to figure out whether snowball was dancing from his soul or I'm just playing a parrot so for a paper in two thousand nine Patel and his team produced eleven different versions of snowballs favorite backstreet boys hit with varying tempos they found that snowball stayed on beat about twenty five percent of the time which may be disappointing number if it comes from that potier crushing on the nightclub on a Saturday night but for a bird the results were statistically significant suggesting that snowballs dance wasn't happening by chance because of this Patel's team dubbed snowball the first confirmed non-human denser and the work didn't stop there another study from two thousand nine looked at videos of lots of dancing animals to try to find find a common thread and they found that the most capable dancers are animals capable of vocal mimicry mostly parents but some elephants yes elephants can mimic sounds. They hear so while you might expect that we humans share our dancing gene with monkeys and apes. That's actually not the case. Our closest genetic genetic relatives were left out of the dancing picture. I study published in July this year in current. Biology Patel and his team found a few other factors that go into the types of animals the most that can really bougie including the ability to learn complex vocal patterns pay attention to and imitate movements and have a tendency to form long-term social bonds. It's a combination of all those treats is somewhat rare in the animal kingdom but we still have a lot to learn about the ones that do have them and we know that one reason people dances. is to bond with others so for their next research. The scientists plan to figure out whether snowball prefers a partner or just likes to dance to the beat of his own drum. We all fall into the trap of overthinking something. Someone says whether you're in a meeting with a CO worker or you're texting your significant other misinterpreting people can really get in the way of your happiness and productivity activity. Fortunately our guest today have some suggestions for how you can communicate better. Gabriel Weinberg is the C._E._O.. And founder of Duck Duck go the Internet Privacy Privacy Company and private search engine and Lauren McCain is a statistician and researcher who's published articles in medical journals including the New England Journal of Medicine. They wrote the new book Super Thinking the Big Book of mental models and it's a fun illustrated guide to every mental model you could possibly need one of those models is called Hanley's razor and here's just wait Gabriel told us about it hamlet very they're kind of this idea that when you get a tax from your friend and it just is like a one word tax or to protect act like the the the canonical okay tax in a lot of people are both able immediately think oh man. Are they blowing me off are they upset with me and the the the most common reason is nothing to do with that. It's just that they're in a hurry. <hes> maybe like trying to drive or go somewhere and they were quick. The next and the Hamlin's razor is really a comes rei there which is the simplest answer usually true want applied to people and it says before you go accusing people things. Did you give them the benefit of the doubt at least have one opportunity to say. Hey what's going on with you before you kind of basically ruined the relationship it and it really helps the work because you know people are busying people think communications and we're doing more recap at a synchronous tax communication tint so this is literally coming up all the time at work until we've everyone kind of stuck to this which we try to do at our culture it makes for a much more productive work environment. Do you evening tips regarding how to stick to it. Some of these tips are kind of may be easy to think about in principle but then applying them are actually keeping them top of mind can Act And adopt bat and you can ask yourself is that the most perfect wonder petition <hes> if it's not you can think well what is almost again like fourteen bucks sent forth you you to get out of that emotional response. There's another <hes> bias out. There called the self serving bias and that buys is basically that we're more likely to make excuses use for our own bad behavior but attribute negative reasons for other people's bad behavior and so the idea is that is just you know. Try to kind of push you into thinking how how `bout treat other people how how I WANNA be treated with standard golden role in is that by as part of the the five wise model. That's the other thing I kind of wanted to ask about that. Regards People's motivations to get to the root cause of a problem yeah so the five wise is an interesting <hes> model at it trying to get below the surface and and so you know you may get a response from someone about you know why they're doing something and you may not be convinced that that that's their real reasoning and <hes> asking more questions is always a way to to try to get to the bottom of things we joke around. We're parents that it's like a child filed says why why every you say but sometimes I can actually be really productive at at understanding the root cause for things because ultimately if you focus on just the surface you may you may <hes> treat a symptom but but not actually charities got you want to get to the root root of the problem. Are there any other major takeaway is that you have noticed work really particularly well at your company Gabriel. Yeah I mean I think the Meta takeaway is you know no not yet the trust your gut intuition and not be reactive and so when faced with the decision there is a sliding scale about how kind of important or irreversible decision is but the more irreversible it is the more you want to slow down and really try to apply these models but in general analytical thinking where you're not just doing her thing opposite to your head yeah. I don't think the first thing that pops into most people's had is ever the right thing to say so remember before you decide the colleague who messes up your projects is out to sabotage you consider Hanlin razor for an alternative explanation again that was Gabriel Weinberg Burke and Lauren McKEN authors of the new book Super Thinking the Big Book of mental models find links to pick up the book and more into this show notes. We gotta listener question from Lahorie who. Wants to know what would happen if all humans turned vegan great question Mehari. This is kind of a complicated thing to answer because so much is involved with what we eat. There's is the agricultural industry sure but there's also culture nutrition. Food waste the economy. It's a lot so it's no wonder that different studies come to different conclusions about this depending on which pieces of the puzzle they examined like take greenhouse gas emissions food production accounts for a quarter to a third of all man-made greenhouse gas emissions worldwide worldwide and most of that comes from the livestock industry. A twenty sixteen study found that if the world went vegetarian it would cut those emissions by sixty three percent seventy percent if we all went vegan okay but what about nutrition well that same twenty sixteen study found the going. Vegan could prevent more than eight million deaths by the year twenty fifty a big chunk of that comes down to the reduction in red meat consumption while the rest is thanks to eating more fruits and vegetables and fewer calories overall but that's assuming everyone can get the food they need which isn't even true right now. There are more than two billion undernourished people on the planet and it's a plain fact that animal products addicts contain more nutrients per calorie than plant based staples like wheat and rice you need a good replacement and that could get costly but let's be realistic the planet and it doesn't have to go. Vegan to make a big impact on their health and the environment that same study I was talking about also found that if the world just followed global dietary guidelines which which basically means less meat and more fruits and veggies that could mean a twenty nine percent reduction in food related greenhouse gas emissions and five point one million fewer deaths by twenty fifty. I will stress again. Red Meat is the biggest culprit here in terms of both human health and the environment. If you're looking for the best way to do your part you you could go vegan vegetarian but if that's too much just try cutting red meat from your diet. Your health in the planet's health will thank you. Let's recap what we learned today today. We learned that some animals can dance and researchers are working on figuring out why and that you should assume people mean the best when you get an email or a text message don't assume ill-intent and that the whole planet going begin could really help everyone's health and the environment but you could probably just cut out red meat for starters definitely cut out shark fin soup definitely join us again tomorrow to learn something new in just a few minutes. I'm Cody Goff and I'm actually Hamer. Stay curious on the Westwood One podcast network..

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Curiosity Daily

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"A lot of climate models actually treat human behavior as a given they assume humans have particular demands on the planet and researchers used those demands to figure out what they'll do to the climate and the future but environmental sciences professor maduro on on and his team from university of waterloo wanna see what would happen in a climate model they took stickle human behavior into account specifically they want to incorporate social learning that's the spread of behavior that happens when one person buying a programmable thermostat or biking to work inspires their friends to do the same peer pressure basically here's what they figured the way human behavior influences are warming planet isn't just a one way street are behavior influences climate change climate change also influences human behavior i mean if you leave somewhere with the rising average temperatures then you might be more likely to try to do something about it as more people do something about it social norms start to shift which makes it more acceptable for even more people to do something about it if enough people are inspired by others to take action it's possible but their choices could help slow the warming of the planet to figure out of this idea is true the researchers would have to create a model of it and that's exactly what they did this is the first model of its kind so they kept it simple they start by assuming the world is made up of two types of people mitigate earth did things to fight climate change non mitigated peter's did not they calculated the costs of things like installing solar panels permitted gators or paying a carbon tax for non medic gators along with things like having to move inland thinks the temperature fluctuations in the social benefits go along with following social social norms whatever those norms maybe the researchers modeled several different scenarios changing things like how much it might matter to follow social norms in how quickly people would pick up on the behavior of others and when they combined their social learning model with an established tablets climate prediction model they found the peer pressure to mitigate global warming could have a real impact when they ran a control simulation that took human behavior out of the formula temperatures rose forever but with peer pressure involved the temperatures began to level out when social learning was slow the rise in temperature topped out at three point three degrees celsius a devastating increase but when social learning was at its fastest the rise peaked at two point two degrees celsius that's still not great but it's at least closer to the two degree limits set by the intergovernmental panel on climate change or i pcc effects of social learning were even greater then gio physical factors like surface heat reflective eighty or soil or plant respiration the bottom line is that you're choices matter go ahead and buy those reusable bags ride that bike in switched energy efficient appliances even better talk to your neighbors and attend town hall meetings take to the streets if you like you only way we could make a difference is if everyone works to make a

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Curiosity Daily

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Just a few minutes i'm cody goff and i'm ashley hamer did you learn about why it's good news muscle memory is real quiet penguins wattle had some advantages over the way we humans walk in research that shows how individuals could have a bigger impact on slowing climate change and we thought what satisfy some curiosity whether you were a star athlete in high school or you got on a fitness kicked just a few years ago it's never fun to fall out of shape i mean getting her body back where it used to be and feel impossible when you're starting from square one fortunately for you i have some good news according to recent research you may not be starting from square one after all it turns out you're muscles remember when they were stronger and they store that memory in their dna that's right muscle memory is real when people talk about muscle memory they usually mean procedural memory the brain based memories that make it seem like you're hands and just remember how tiger shoe or shuffled cards without you having to consciously think about it this is not that instead this memory is a wreck heard the muscles earlier growth and it's actually stored in the dna of you're muscle cells this happens thinks there's something called efi genetics which deals with the way you're environment could influence how you're jeans activate to be clear you're born with a certain set of genes and that can't be changed but how those genes exert their influence can research has shown that things like diet stress sleep sleep and chemical additives and change the way certain genes are expressed thereby causing or preventing certain traits diseases even in you're offspring infra twenty eighteen study published in nature journal scientific reports researchers examined more than eight eight hundred and fifty thousand places on the dna of male participants during a twenty one week week training program they found that in terms of how are jeans express themselves exercise has further reaching effects than we previously realized this could mean the kids who compete in sports may have an easier time getting in staying fit when they're adults that heading back to the jim after slacking on you're exercise routine could make things a lot easier than they were the first time and there's you take away the journey back to where you used to be maybe easier than the one getting there in the first place we haven't talked about any cute animals on this podcast lately so let's get into the penguins they're totally under appreciated i mean penguins swim with speeding grace but i'm land there and adorable mess heaving portly bodies to and fro the shuffle once w little leg in front of other and they get a bad rap but you should not be so quick to judge because that cartoonish walk is actually among the most efficient any animal kingdom it's even more efficient than your 's who's laughing now back in the year two thousand researchers had to see world to study the bio mechanics of the penguins classical wattle they had five emperor penguins wattle across the special platform designed measure the force of each step along with the direction of fat force an how fast each bird was moving penguins rock from side to side with every step and the researchers thought this had the waste a whole lot of energy but they were mistaken penguins one short legs and big feet might not be the best tools forgetting around on land but waddling is the best way they used the tools they've got walking efficiency doesn't just come down the bones and muscles it's also about the way you used them we humans have a pretty efficient way of walking.

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"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Cody Goff. And I'm Ashley Aamer today, you learn about what happens after you've used life hacks to become fully optimized in the final edition of our life, hacking miniseries, with professor. Joseph regal. You'll also learn why we could explain some of the universe's most unexplainable characteristics using white holes, but only if they actually exist, but satisfy some curiosity you know, we love life hacks on this show, but it turns out life heck's cannot solve all your problems as you will, learn in today's final edition of our hacking Thursdays, miniseries, or joined by Joseph, regal and associate professor of communication studies at Northeastern University and author of the new book hacking life, systematized living and its discontents in this clip. We'll put a neat little bow on our conversation by getting a summary of how professor regal actually categorizes life hacks, and where people sometimes end up once their lives are fully up to. Well, in each chapter of my book, I have, for instance, productivity time, health relationships and even hacking, meaning trying to make sense of things. When you really realize that even if you hack your productivity, and you get rid of all of your clutter, and you optimize your relationships we still face loss and suffering. And so, how do you deal with that even and of course, these people have a very particular ethos? I caught the hacker ethos very experimental systematising individualistic and optimizing and they approach everything and in life, including the hacking of meaning so that could be things like taking things from stoicism, or mindfulness, practices and meditation have been really big amongst the creative class, and especially among programmers. So think everyone's always wanted to learn how to be a better person or be better at certain things in life. When do we go from self help though to life hacking? What's the difference between a self help book and a life hack? Well life. Hacking is definitely a type of self help the thing. That's interesting about life hacking. Is that it spans the trivial from, like, how to optimally tie your shoes or fold, your t-shirts, like I fold my t shirts using this Japanese hack? And then it goes all the way up to those larger issues of how to find content full life, someone you want to spend your time with a job that you value, when you feel lousy to make your way in life, and ultimately, meaning, if you'll indulge me at late to read a quote that I thought was particularly interesting that I that I'd like to speak to maybe a little bit you wrote that as you move through chapters in the book, it's following life. Hackers from one insight to the other. I they worked really hard and are productive and make good money and buy a lot of stuff and then realize that's not making them happy. So they get rid of everything and travel, the world for a couple of years, and that's not making them happy. So I think a lot of people end up with spirituality, hacking and life, hackers in particular turn to. Stoicism elements of zen Buddhism in mindfulness practice. Could we dig a little bit deeper into that? Like, what is the next step after your hyper optimized, I think the next step is to realize that life has unavoidable, aspects of, of suffering to it, and I actually draw pretty because then is so influential among digital minimalists, and the mindfulness is really big in tech circles, I find a really interesting. But this really speaks to what self-help is, is that, that path you to spoke of very much like sit- hardest path the original historical Buddha. If there is one he had grown up in a palace, where there is tons of food. Beautiful courtesans all kinds of riches Siddharta was discontent with that. He chose to get rid all become a minimalist travel the world going to various yogis, and teachers, he became really, really ascetic fasted much, like Jack Dorsey, Twitter's apparently, apparently appears to be doing quite a lot nearly starved himself with. Found by a young girl who gave him some rice milk. And then he decided, you know what I'm going to pursue the middle path, and that's what self help really is there are, there are dozens of insights, really profound bits of wisdom out there that we've known for hundreds thousands of years, and self help is taking those insights, and putting them in terms that the current generation can understand. So that's why life hacking really is self help. It's taking insights that have really been out there for eons and putting them in terms that people are at least geeky people for the life, hackers out there can can best understand, and appreciate very interesting. So you're saying that an optimized life does not necessarily make a good life these again, and take different approaches to the way that we spend our time. No, I think optimized life can often be sub optimal. Wow. The key takeaway feel free to try out the life extra Mark podcast, but don't expect them to solve all your problems again. That was does af- regal and associate professor of communication studies at Northeastern University and author of the book hacking life, systematized living and its discontents..

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WGN Radio

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"cody goff" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To thirty seven in the morning. We're live in the AllState skylights to Roger you. You're talking a little bit earlier about the media. And during your news, I was just flipping through Twitter. And I just re tweeted somebody put out they tweeted just realized I cut the media over Chicago on my front door camera. Video pretty sweet, look, isn't it. Cool, man. Exactly exactly there's a couple of them of those videos. I don't know if you have the same. I have what is that? I follow de geek one. Oh, I follow other ones. Cody Goff says he saw. Yeah. What's funny is he wrote something I thought it was a joke at first because Cody wrote something like I saw blank blank blank. My wife says she saw and he writes, two different colors. Right. And so I thought it was just going to turn into now. The shoe that's out there that are you seeing it as painkillers rolling address day. Yeah. Yeah. So we're going to put the media on what are you seeing pillar? Are you saying that means you're left brained, Vic, whatever left playing right brain. No brain now. Oh, yeah. There's several videos from Elgin. Oh, man. It was up by my house. Oh, yeah. But I I don't know which direction they're looking at you know, what I'm saying. Yeah. None of them say what direction they're looking at or how far away it appeared to be so cool now. I don't know if we know this, and we have somebody to if it was that bright. Yeah. And that close Terry that it was quite enough for people in Wisconsin to see it 'cause they reported to so because it doesn't look crazy high up in the sky now, maybe that's just the video. I'm seeing like is there a chance that whatever this rock was then did make it all the way to the ground. Or did this probably completely burn up because I've heard I heard that when we're watching the meteor showers in August and Reith that those are sometimes that we're seeing stuff there in the sky. It's possible -posedly is the size of maybe a grain of sand, it appears like because they're more, and they're concentrated, and they're very small. I mean, like the the lights are very small this one looks the bigger I yeah. This one's got a flame entail there. Yeah. Definitely looks like superman. It's been like, you know, hit back down into the earth. What it that way? But. I'm trying to find more. Now. I gotta go way. I got way too many Twitter things from. I've got to go way back to see if there's any more videos that I. I saw on there. How many have you seen? You just got those two. I've just seen too so far. Yeah. I think I had like three maybe four. Carry on with your show while I'm doing this Carol here, we go so. So if you go to American meteor society, you can see what the reports are there. That's where I went to check it out to check to see what reports there were. I'm going to go to it again. Dot org. Era go and we go to fireballs fireball logs. I can come on. Now..

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Curiosity Daily

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

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Curiosity Daily

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"It's time for the third installment in our moon. Monday miniseries will teach you how the history of the moon has affected the world in some way this week.

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Curiosity Daily

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"A few minutes. I'm Cody Goff. And I'm actually Aamer today. You'll learn about how many mega pixels. The human eye is some of the coolest airport activities you can find during your next layover and a research back method for working toward achieving your goals would satisfy some curiosity on the award winning curiosity daily. Have you ever wondered about the resolution of the human eye as in how many mega pixels? It is. Well, it turns out scientists can answer that question. But it might be the wrong question to ask. I don't even know two megapixel is the number of megapixel camera is basically a measure of the resolution of that camera. Basically, that's how detailed of an image. It can take the more mega pixels. You have the smaller the individual squares that your camera is going to pick up in a given image. So you can have much smaller. Details got it. Yeah. And the mega pixel is like about a million pixels. Exactly. Okay. Not exactly a million pixels. But about a million pixels. Right cool. So how many mega pixels? I ashley. Well, there is one person who has figured this out. According to scientists and photographer Dr Roger Clark, the resolution of the human eye is five hundred seventy six mega pixels. There you go. That's the answer. That means that in order to create a screen with a picture, so sharp and clear that you can't distinguish the individual pixels. You'd have to pack five hundred seventy six million pixels into an area the size of your field of view to get this number. Dr Clark, assumed optimal visual activity across your field of view. In other words, he assumes your eyes are moving around the scene in front of you. But in a quick glance the speed of a snapshot the resolution drops to a fraction of that around five to fifteen mega pixels. That's because you're is actually have a lot of flaws that cameras don't you only see high resolution in a very small area in the center of your vision called the phobia, you've got a blind spot where you're. Optic nerve meets with your retina. And you don't just move your eyes around a scene to take in more information. You also move your eyes to correct for these imperfections in your visual system. And that's why asking about the megapixel resolution of your is is kind of asking the wrong question. Your I isn't a camera lens that takes snapshots to save to a memory card near brain. It's more like a detective that collects clues from what it sees? Then takes them back to the brain to put the pieces together and form a complete picture when it comes to our daily visual experience talking.

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"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"cody goff" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Get smarter and just a few minutes. I'm Cody Goff. And I'm actually Hamer today. You learn about the man who invented the scientific method the story of America's first beat and how many faces the average person can recognize let's set aside some curiosity on the award winning curiosity daily pop quiz who invented the scientific method. Can you name him kind of weird? Right. You know, the names Louis Pasteur, Albert Einstein Newton. But what about the guy who you know, kinda invented science? This is a story that late in history and science buffs. You know, this before you worked at curiosity. Ashley, I did not. Yeah. It's lost to the pages of history. It's kind of surprising to me that someone invented the scientific method at all. But someone had to everyone has to I guess everything has to be invented. Yeah. Well history is full of forgotten heroes. And one of those heroes is ebbing, Al. Eighth him. He was born in. What is now Bosra Iraq sometime around nine sixty five. See the details of his life are a bit fuzzy. But we do know that around the dawn of the eleventh century, he moved to Cairo Egypt, and he had an unfortunate habit of getting on the wrong people's bad side. He had the ministry of job that he did kind of poorly and according to a thirteenth century account. He had to feign madness to protect himself from the wrath of caliph. Fortunately, he didn't get a death sentence. But he was placed under house arrest for not doing what is boss wanted. It turned out that a comfy prison full of scientific texts and tools was exactly what El Haithem needed over the next decade. He proved that light travels in a straight line he demonstrated how mirrors work, and he made the compelling and correct arguments that light Benz when it travels through water. Yeah. A thousand years ago, but the biggest thing you did for science was come up with the scientific method. Let's because he didn't want to just tell the world what he'd figured out. He wanted to show the world how he figured it out. So he meticulously documented his experiments in more than forty academic works. That included subjects from the behavior of lights to how the planets moved to architecture and engineering about one hundred years after he died. His most influential work was translated into Latin. It was called the book of optics, and it became a top seller among Europe's favourite thinkers, including Roger bacon, Yohannes Kepler and even Leonardo Davinci. So remember the name Eben album? It's about time. He started to give a little recognition now that you know, who invented the scientific method. Here's another pop quiz. Where was America's first beach as in? Where was America's first national seashore, California, New jersey, Florida? The answer comes with a really cool story as a mid western boy, I had no idea. I mean, I definitely would have thought this was California. Probably because I'm a California girl. Yeah. So this story begins with. New deal that was a series of public works projects. Thanks to president Franklin D Roosevelt designed to benefit the US while putting Americans back to work will in nineteen thirty three the stretch of shoreline that would become America's first national seashore saw a record number of Atlantic hurricanes and tropical storms, they devastated. The surrounding area by a rotating, the shoreline stripping most of the vegetation, and even knocking some buildings off of their foundations, and it also caused property prices to bottom out, the locals realize that if they wanted to keep the land livable. They had to do something about shoreline erosion, well, a good portion of the shoreline was owned by the family of a famous philanthropist named Henry Phipps, and that family figured out pretty quickly that they could either keep paying taxes on their mostly worthless land, or they could donate it to the state where they lived. So they went with the second option and the.

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"cody goff" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"cody goff" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Will complain that it is for their own good. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Helping you live a better life. On November nine thousand sixty the world change run like a girl about you. But I think a lot of people are pretty sick of the status quo. It's so much more than a way it's a su- NAMI of change headed our way on November six we can't take anything for granted. They're not doing that. I have to run like a girl the podcast sisterhood is powerful. Subscribe now wherever you listen to your favorite podcast run. Like a girl from Westwood One. Message and data rates may apply. Please don't text while driving. If you've been in business more than twenty minutes, you've probably printed your logo on all kinds of promotional products. We all know logos work because they're on everything from the top skyscrapers to the bottom of shoes ever wondered why or how to best use your logo to grow your business? Let us show you today for free. We're four imprint promotional product experts at your service, we're giving away the latest issue of amplify the digital magazine that reveals promotional products accessories, absolutely free to everyone who text kgo eight to eight eight nine eight eight. At four imprint we make your logo look perfect on thousands of promotional items with our one hundred percent guarantee. It'll be right. The first time on time every time you're free magazine will reveal invaluable insight that can attract new customers, build your brand and grow your business. Get the latest issue of amplify absolutely free by texting kgo eight to eight eight nine eight eight that's. G O eight eight to eight eight nine eight eight thirty the Westwood One podcast network curiosity podcast with Cody Goff, and Ashley Hamer, you can get smarter. And just a few minutes on her new daily podcast. We'll satisfy.

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"cody goff" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"cody goff" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And now the weather from the WGN Chicago weather center tonight, we're enduring some clear skies. I don't know if you can use enduring with that that forecast, but it'll be clear and Lobi around sixty seven tomorrow mostly sunny with a high near eighty eight and then on Tuesday, mostly sunny with a high near eighty three degrees right now, it's eighty six at O'Hare eighty-five at midway eighty four in Lake Geneva and seventy eight at lake I'm Pam Jones in the WGN radio newsroom. And this is the stuff that matters on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Thank you. Pam. In fact, rocket hurricane. Why not Brian Noonan seven twenty WGN? Karen Conte will be here at seven o'clock. We will talk to two of the founders of the Chicago rideshare advocates at sick. After the six thirty news. There is a plan demonstration tomorrow night at O'Hare airport for Uber and lift drivers many of us use these ride sharing programs and the drivers have some have some beef. So we will find out what that beef is all about and what they expect to accomplish with their planned demonstration will do that after six thirty. All right. If you have a child would you ever ever sign a paper giving your child's school permission to spank them? You would think this should be all we shouldn't be talking about this anymore in two thousand eighteen but we are. It's legit. Cody. I know you're thinking where did you pick this topic up nineteen hundred no this was actually in the Tribune today that the two thousand eighteen there's a school in Georgia, and it's a charter school. That has decided, you know, we we take our disciplined very seriously here at this charter school. And so we watch you parents to sign a paper giving us permission. To spank your children now with a hand. But no, we're going to if your child gets in trouble. We're going to allow them to come in. We're going to bring them into the office. We're going to close the door just going to be your child and the administrator and they're going to have them either put their hands on their knees or bend over a piece of furniture, and they were to hit them with a stick up to three times. That's how you ensured. Good orderly disciplined in a school. I spank in your children. And they're saying listen, you better sign it. Because if you don't sign it, and you don't give us permission to hit your kids. So we're just going to suspend your kids. For five days. We're just going to let us hit them. Then we're just going to suspend them for up to five days. And as you can imagine people are up in arms. Now, here's something I three one. One nine eight one seven two hundred. I can't believe we're still having a is it okay to spec your kids at school. And I don't want to say, well, I guess it's it's Georgia. So that makes sense because I I've had wonderful times in Georgia northern Georgia Southern Georgia all over Georgia, the big chicken in Marietta, Georgia. That funded Atlanta making though that is where the devil went down to. Sure Cosio looking for a soul. The steel Cody was it a bite. He was way behind who's willing to make a deal. You know, what he did? He came across this young man, Diddy you were song on a fiddle planet. Hot the devil jumps up on a hickory, stump support. Let me tell you. What what are you telling that said, I bet you didn't know it. But I'm a fiddle player to you. Don't think all the words to this song. I will do the entire song including the fiddle solo. In regular conversation, though. That's what I'm looking forward to it. Yeah. I'll do it anyway relevant. Sure. Who doesn't love a good Charlie Daniels riff on a Sunday afternoon. As you're getting your kids lunches ready for school tomorrow, or you're just putting your head down on a pillow going hawk can't believe I have to go back to work. Nineteen states still permit physical punishment in schools. According to a two thousand seventeen American psychoanalytic association, the PA points out forty nine countries have banned physical punishment altogether. More than one hundred countries have banned it in school. I how is this still a thing? How is this barbaric approach to to discipline in school still a thing? Now, I'm not talking about what you do in your own home. I still, you know. I am not convinced that we should be able to tell kids not to hit other people and then hit them on the wrong. It sends a mixed message. And it also studies will tell you and prove that kids then begin to identify with the person who is hitting them and then become hitters themselves. So I'm not talking about how you choose to discipline your child in your home. I'm talking about you as a parent giving that power over to someone else. And saying yes, I'm going to trust Mr. Jones down at the school. To spank my kid. It makes absolutely zero sense to me. And if you're if you're taking your kid to this charter school, and you get this note, how do you not withdraw them immediately? Listen, I'm all for discipline in schools as a guy who's in schools all the time. I firmly believe there has to be disciplined. But there is no chance. That spanking is going to lead to any good long-term result. Sure, you might get that kid that kid might change his behavior in the next week. But now you've embarrassed him you've heard him him or her physically. It makes absolutely no sense. Three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred marks Joliet. He wants to jump in. Hi, mark. How're you doing today? Good. Good. Wanna comment when I was in seventh grade, a friend of mine, and I my best friend I were much round in science class. And we happen to bump into a table. And now Qatar over and break it and didn't take that very well. And it's hunter had a handle every about three foot long. But the baseball rip type handle on it and holds in this paddle. And we each got three swats say what that was the last time we ever around in school. It taught me a lesson. And I'm yeah. But. Wouldn't you have learned that lesson learned that lesson? Another way did your parents find out. When did your parents find out? Did you did you go home and say Mesa miss Johnson? Spanked me. Yes. Because if I hadn't told them. I would have got one at home. But I was never beaten as a kid, but I was disciplined, and I think there is a difference between disciplining and beating so well, sure. And as I said as I said, what you do what you do as a parent to your child is is a whole different thing. If I if I choose to spank my kid, I know how hard I'm gonna do it. I know whatever, you know, you're making decisions I would never allow a stranger with a paddle to hit my kid. If you if you have a problem with my kid at school there's other ways to discipline, and then send them home for whatever discipline. I decide to meet her out. Yeah. I agree. I just know it worked for you though. I have a lottery expect for teachers, and I I always have and thanks for. And I think that's what's missing a lot today. Oh, there's no there's no fear. There's no respect. And I'm not saying, you should fear. Your teacher. You should fear any party, but you should respect them. That's missing a lot nowadays. Unfortunately that Mark thanks for the call. It is missing. I don't think it's found at the end of a paddle or I don't think it's found at the end of. At the end of you know, a stick on the back on the backside of a kid who's who? Now you've pulled into a pulled into a room. There's there are behavioral problems in schools. There's no doubt about it. I see them firsthand. But there's different ways to handle it and. Again, seeding the control of your child's body to somebody else for discipline seems barbaric, it's a horrible. From eight one five sounds like blackmail. We hit your kid or suspend them trying to scare the parents. And for the kid does is a spendable suspended defense. They should be suspended. Also, what if this teacher likes to spank somebody more than others and who's to say one day, it's three lights swats and one day? It's hard. Again, what what are we living? This is two thousand eighteen we still have to talk about stuff to talk about it gets from eight one. Oh, you can't even hit military recruits in boot camp anymore. That is true. From the two hundred seven I'm a dad spanking at school isn't discipline. It's torture. No child should be hitter. Stroke for any reason by anybody the folks in that Georgia's school should immediately call the police that is from Tim and our banner. From the seven seven three some kids. Need a spanking lack of good parenting at home, a causes bad kids who turned into battle dolts, go Georgia. Tina, no some. It's not it's not the school's place to spank your children. It's really my view has changed on this over the years because I grew up a getting spanked, you know, and I've even in high school the Jesuits every once in a while with throw a punch at somebody. So. You know, I come from a different background in a different time and spanking was much more accepted. I don't think my parents would have now while while we might have gotten spanked at home occasionally. I don't think my parents would have looked too keenly on somebody at school spanking me or my brothers. You know, they're just don't seem to doesn't seem like good. Good sound thinking. All right. So there we go. It's I'm not going to Georgia. Thankfully, I don't have to worry about it. Cody nowhere. Georgia's is. I know you had trouble with Pennsylvania on a map Georgia is south of us. It is south of the Mason Dixon line. Do you know where that is? It's between Mason and Dixon. It is not Mason, Illinois, Dixon, Illinois. It's just. South near the bible belt where that is. Yeah. It's between Genesis. And look I love to watch. You just go. I don't know. Any of the words that are coming out of your head Mason and Dixon's the name of a novel by Thomas pension. Wow. Yeah. Look at you, Mr. literate shout out to the book readers out there. Look at Kodiak can read Goff. I haven't read it. Of course, you knew the title one of my wife's favorite books was a good poll either way. You're able to you're able to throw that right out. Yeah. Maybe your wife could read it to you. Could that be our new segment? Your wife comes to read the book. Dr this Dr reads, MRs Cody Goff, reads, a chapter of Mason, Dixon, or a sentence random just random passage from of some sort of book novel, or is it a novel. It's a novel epic novel. I would I would imagine we'd have time for a couple of sentences a week. Yeah. You hear you throw. The word epic in front of novel for me, you know, what it means to me doorstop ninety. I don't have time for that left over eight hundred page books. I'm.

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"cody goff" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:39 min | 2 years ago

"cody goff" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"cody goff" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"cody goff" Discussed on KGO 810

"With Cody Goff and Ashley you can get smarter and just a few minutes, on her new daily podcast. We'll satisfy, your curiosity with a few stories every day you're a timely blend, of culture of. Life hacks and scientists technology straight from the editors. Curiosity, dot com stay. Curious curiosity podcast download and subscribe at apple podcast Google play and the Westwood One Podcast app free. From the, Westwood One podcast network Am on cagey oh eight Premiere networks. Presents, coast to coast AM. Now here's your guest host. Jimmy, church Welcome back Doc and rhymes. With.

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"cody goff" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"cody goff" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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