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"edward visit d." Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Okay. Okay, so it was roughly around the same time then because the movie kind of ties those two together. Yes, yes, sorry. That's about right. Sorry. Wow, that is a way. There is a scene where Ernest gets home and seems surprised to find Edward there with Wallace and Edward says something about how this shouldn't be surprising he's been there every night that week. Is it, I'm guessing it's king to visit your home, was Edward visiting Wallace as much as the movie shows? Yes, he was. He shared a flat in central London and he was often there. And he was very unusual because the king, even then, had police protection officers. The Prince of Wales, his movements were carefully organized in advance. So but he would come off and quite late at night. I think Simpson couldn't have been surprised, Simpson was well aware of their Simpson was also a freemason and actually enjoyed the fact that his wife had the attention to the Prince of Wales. He thought he would be given some sort of honor for basically sacrificing his wife for the monarchy. Oh, okay. But he kind of knew that there was something going on. I mean, I would assume he was going to figure that out. People are coming to visit all hours of the night. Exactly. And he himself was in love with one of Wallace's best Friends, one called Mary Kirk, who he married after they got divorced in October 1936. Oh, wow. Yeah, movie doesn't mention anything about that. It just shows him as being this fateful husband. Yeah, yeah, yeah, no, it's much more nuanced than one realizes that this idea that it was this great love affair is not really true. And in fact, the film does bring that out. She says how difficult it is to live this life when everyone thinks it's great love affair and it isn't. We'll continue today's show after this
"edward visit d." Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Silla. You told us off. Air about experience of edward visiting your high school. So i want you to tell it to edward edward if you could respond to this idea of representation why it matters so. When i was in high school i went to high school at. Ps chafe or kwan. Alamo and edward. James olmos came to talk to our school like in person and he came. Onstage didn't even talk about representation or anything. he really just answered some questions but it was at theater thing. I was just talking about where i realized even now i think years later it really spoke to me about edward was the way he performed because it had heart and i realized there was something about hearing him. Speak the made me feel like i as first generation mexican that everybody was like. You're crazy for wanting to act. What are you doing. It just seems so attainable. The person that was doing it was right in front of my face. Representation isn't necessarily about speaking and talking to people about getting more people on screen. It's about literally sometimes seeing the person in front of you and seeing them as a real person. I remember seeing him speak and being so amazed that i lived in the middle of nowhere and got to see him and that was the moment that i realized if he can do it and he's doing everything because back then. Edward was the name you know what i mean. It's like even now right. You only know like a handful of names sometimes of people working. And i thought he's here at my high school. Oh boy In a i been. I live a very fortunate live very privileged life. I come from ucla Born on corner i indiana. I'm boyle heights. I was that naturally talented gifted in anything else. I was a pretty much I a baseball player. And then i sang rock and roll and i sang rock and roll for a long time and i combined rock and roll first year at east. La community college. I went into an acting class. I went from being a person who is struggling through the course of my life and by struggling what i ended up doing was i ended up finding out. I mean such a wealth of strength and understanding of self-esteem esteem self respect and self worth. Which is the ingredients needed to be really all that you can be. You must have a great sense of self worth a great sense of self esteem. A great sense of understanding who you are to the fullest not as an ego but as truly giving yourself that understanding that courage and so i found that the source for that power was by sharing my life the more i shared by life. The people around me listening to me sharing my life would turn to me and say wow. You've really what cristella just did by telling me her story of my impact on her life. I've gotten it throughout my entire life. People come up to me and say you don't know me but you spoke at my school one time. Am i heard you say something. And i have been using it ever since because of you. I'm here today. Because i learned how to discipline myself. That's all just be the best you can be. Don't be try to be better than everybody. Just try to be the best that you can be now. What does that take a tremendous amount of time discipline them. Doing the thing you love to do. And you don't feel like doing it. And don't forget ghana's well that's it that's what that's what is that's what discipline is gone. Miss it does take that time that ambition and sometimes what people don't realize is that other people are paying attention to you and you're not even aware of it because you're too busy trying to get that disciplined. You're too busy doing the work to see that other people are actually seeing you do the work and learning from you. And it's so amazing to me how to me that aside of representation that we don't talk about enough it's about that spirit. It's about understanding that. Hey you know what. Edward is someone. That's been established in this industry for years. He's not talking about how he added and he's not talking about how it's just like it just happened like he's actually talking about how it took effort. It took discipline for some reason. So many people in this industry don't like talking about how hard it can be. But that's usually what really helps people to understand that. Hey you know. What if it's hard for them. Maybe this is just part of the business mississippi. This is part of the life that it's just a struggle sometimes so last fall over two hundred latinos in hollywood. They signed an open letter to hollywood They called it. Untitled lat next project and they said we want more at the nose in front of the camera behind the camera. We want better. Latino representation on the scripts on the films and so far hollywood. I said nothing. So we still on edward your response starting with greece saleh the only power we have in this business is to say no every no gets you closer to a yes and by what do i mean by. No i mean that what i started auditioning. I would only get made rolls. I had to finally tell my agents at that time. I can't go out for these made rolls anymore. Because every time. I went the way that i looked. People want me. Give this thick accent that no one spoken and it just felt like such a caricature the to me. I had to say no my agent. That means not gonna work said well. Yeah i'm a stand up comic. So i'll go do stand up. I'll wait i'll that's why did stand up. People don't understand. I stand up because i was the only way that i could rightly material and performance company and cristella and in my contract. They were like we're not saying that you're gonna play cristella. You have to audition for the role for me to have to audition to prove that. I'm the best cristella out. There is kind of ridiculous so for me when people do the open letters and say we need change. I think i agree. I want to know what are you specifically doing for that change. What are you doing are you just signing a letter. Are you doing something else. What are you doing you need to show up. You need support. You need to not judge. You know you need to know that it's not a competition but also know that we're not going to improve unless we realized that we really all have to be genuine to our stories and we have to tell those stories and i have to tell you like right now the past couple of years. I've seen so many similar stories that i refer to as agenda porn. It's the same stories you know it's like a regular sitcom can have an episode where everybody bowls they're like. Hey let's go bullying we're the oh bullying.
"edward visit d." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"Learn more about your rights. Edward Visit D. I are done see a dog of sliced forward our Forward slash co. But there we go. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons staining his news 93.1 kfbk. Patchy clouds expected tonight with areas of fog late It'll be chili with a low 33 to 37 areas of thought Tomorrow morning. Otherwise, sunshine giving way to clouds the high tomorrow 54 to 58 some sunshine giving way to clouds Wednesday rain at night with a high 55 to 59 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shana News 93.1 kfbk. Right now. You the city 48 degrees, Walnut Grove 46, fulsome 45 degrees and 48 degrees in Woodland. On news. 93.1 KF became Aubrey Aquino. I've been sitting in for Kitty O'Neil this afternoon. And it's time to check our kfbk afternoon Pull question For today. The Visor vaccine is being administered to doctors and nurses in California that started today and we've been talking about it. So we want to know when your group is eligible for the vaccine, and it's available to you. Will you be getting it? Yes. No. Or do you prefer to wait? We've had a couple people chime in. Let's take a Listen. I have so many questions about it. I'm sure everybody does the side effect. I know that people are kind of apprehensive. I'm one of them because I have several severe allergic reactions to meds. I'm hypersensitive to medications. So even though I really would like to get it. There's just too many variables. As far as the unknown. I am absolutely looking forward to taking the vaccine. I want to go places in this world. I want to go on a cruise ship again. I want to be able to fly to different countries. And the only way we're going to be able to do that is we get this thing under our son and.
"edward visit d." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"edward visit d." Discussed on KTOK
"Welcome back to coast to coast were back with Jim al Khalili his latest book is the world according to phys Jim it seems that physicists seem really obsessed with trying to find a unified theory of everything what is that by the way well it's it's the idea that there was one overarching Lole Lole mathematical equation that explains all phenomena in the physical universe all the forces of nature the reason we we we think we did that should be one and with the two reasons one is that over the last few centuries we've had tremendous success in unifying ideas together Newton stop it I guess in a way because he realizes that invisible force pulling the apple down to the ground sitting under the apple tree in his mother's farm with the same force that keeps the heavenly bodies that orbit around the earth the moon around the US India around the sun and and that was news you know people for their with complete different phenomena he said no it's wonderful it's called gravity and and and it unifies these ideas and then Maxwell in the nineteenth century unified electricity magnetism Einstein unify it space and time in the early twentieth century so we we've always find a coming together of different point totals separates them and forces and phenomena into one all encompassing theory and with almost at the stage where we've got one more step to go what we think we think we do now which is to unify the two biggest ideas in physics quantum mechanics the field with a very small and I started to see the theory of the very logic to the cosmos we don't know how to do it we failed so father of candidate series superstring theory is it is a good example so a lot of people say well look how do you know there was a feeling that maybe just you know the world of Assam's runs according to the rules of condemning antics on spelling space and time and cosmology according to relativity and just you know get on would like to leave it at that but there will be occasions they will be phenomena which require both quantum mechanics and relativity to work at the same time and we don't know how to get them to work at the same time they seem to be such different theories such different pictures of reality the visit with sort of stock and we think they must maybe we need to go back to the drawing board but the theory of everything a a theory of quantum gravity is what it's called he still left happy grail that with we looking for but we don't know how far away we are from it maybe it's so hard we wouldn't be able to find it maybe we need artificial intelligence to give a helping hand who knows Jim if you could get an answer to one thing in physics what with that question be I have a favorite here and it's what is the correct interpretation of quantum mechanics we have quantum mechanics and the theory of the supplement will for nearly a century now and and speak to initially successful powerful you know with with apple to mechanics you wouldn't have any more than electronics wouldn't have smartphones or computers or anything like that because they will rely on understanding the laws of the constable but active call how can and I have to be in two places at once how can particles because of entitled how can something Clemson traveled to a force field it happens we know we can we see clear evidence that this stuff happens but we have half a dozen or more different ways of explaining it and we don't know which one is the correct one so and love finally to be able to know what will be different ways we have of explaining the mysteries of the quantum world what is that the actual truth trick that make to use it what do you think of time travel possible well it depends who comes up with a possible future council into the future is possible because we think that in theory anyway we can slow down time it bites by traveling close to the speed of light or by E. M. finding a strong gravitational field you can close time to run more slowly and so it's not like the future is out there waiting for you in this scenario is just that you know you do you do you travel around Iraq at ninety nine percent the speed of light for a year that because your time has been running slow by the time you get back to us maybe a hundred years it's gone by so in my book you've gone ninety nine years into the future so that sort of understood and and in fact we know that happened because we contested also becoming popsicles we haven't done it on humans because we just don't have anything any rockets that can get you into the speed of light for it to be appreciable the council into the palm of his is to kia now our current best theory of the nature of times on signs general theory of relativity and that hasn't ruled out but what we stuck with the all these paradoxes if you go back in time presumably you be able to physically interact with the universe back then had how could you not change it's important to turn out differently from the way it you know it has been at how could you go back and kill your younger self in which case grew up to become a contracting motor and so on so if the power the offices of logic that a putting that sort of the the brakes on this but this according to our understanding of physics it hasn't been ruled out entirely what about the speed of light will we ever get to that point where we can do it well we can get closer and closer to it that there are I I I teach a course freshman course that answering the best U. R. work on relativity theory and I I build up to this level according to understanding of Einstein's special theory of relativity nothing can go faster than light it's not it's not that you know there's something special about life is just that that speed is woven into our universe is fabric types and that it makes no sense some of us a lot to go at the speed of light would require infinite energy so how that much out technologies developed and we develop new you space cough Dr anti matter whatever we can there's no physical reason why we couldn't approach the speed of light we just need the technology's pretty fast isn't that that's what a hundred and eighty seven thousand miles per second you know it's the it's the fastest thing in the universe nothing can exceed it but we would need to go as fast as the speed of light for interesting things to happen you can get the nineteen nineties and the speed of light and to the entire universe in a lifetime because your time is going so slowly you wouldn't realize that set the outside everything's going by mean billions of years ago bye says interesting stuff you don't actually have the speed to see some some some fascinating physics Jim what do you think a warm hole is and what's on the other side of it what would be ideal to worm hole actually goes back to the mid nineteen fifties in fact angst on himself was unsettled by his own predictions of his own theory general relativity in particular he predicted the the the equations a mathematical generative predicted the existence of black holes the collapse styles which collapse under their own gravity so much so intensely that they punch a hole in in in the universe and Feinstein that holding the universal something that bugged him you know how can something be squeezed down to zero so it's for example so he proposed in a in a paper with another physicist Nathan Rosen in nineteen thirty five the idea that inside a black hole isn't the singularity the point it's a penalty for breach that could lead to somewhere else and that became known as the Einstein Rosen bridge and it was a purely mathematical idea just because I think he's like I still didn't like dividing by zero that was that the mathematical equivalence that his discomfort but by the nineteen eighties in fact the ideal to Wimpole really only came up in the nineteen eighties when the great Carl Sagan was writing his book contact and he wanted in the novel to find a way of getting from a to B. across the universe as a short cut through space and he gave his manuscript to to keep the phone that the the Nobel Prize winning physicist based in in California get full it's probably took the world's leading fifty one of the world's leading experts and Einstein's relativity and could force suggested the idea all the worm hole this is a modification of the Einstein Rosen bridge but it but definitely the bridge of course if it if it's it connecting to black holes then you can't use it to travel freely because each black hole has an event horizon and the event horizon is the shell be visible show of no return you for within the event horizon you know coming back out again there's no point jump into a black hole going to an Einstein Rosen bridge and expect to come out the other side is another event horizon blocking it keeps old suggested that you could at least mathematically theoretically create what a quarter of the civil war on hold with no event horizons in which you can go back with important because that helps because they can in his book novel which was then made in they they think of the movie with Jodie foster and Matthew McConaughey and and and blow the firefight movies and TV documents that Star Trek Deep Space Nine Stargate well these are these are not a worm hole fight fight fight had a great time but in terms of real physics to will's really exists we don't know we we know when the beating to then close enough to a black hole to explore it in detail black holes we know do exist but whether they're a worm hole in space time that's yet to be decided now that Stephen Hawking is gone who is the physicist out there with the notoriety is it kept thorn mmhm there are quite a few I would say there's a there's a discipline implemented the Sena who holds now the the owner of of having published a paper that has been cited more than any other physics paper I cited I mean referenced in other peer reviewed articles it's a highly theoretical paper it is possible this search for for if you re of everything unifying ideas of space and time with ideas of quantum theory some of the Sena it's certainly up there with him who is this is this is he works at the that these two football study in Princeton New Jersey it which is that the institute that started with Einstein came over to the states in nineteen thirties it within is the father of stem superstring theory M. theory and he is very often you know he's been regarded I think even time magazine Edward visited him the smartest human on the planet will be more than once hello we don't have so much from and within like that as we did maybe ten twenty years ago but there are a number of these sort of shining light who coming up with these great ideas but I think now we've reached the point in intimate school physics now where it's becoming so complicated that so difficult that went with that of making these incremental changes we still waiting for the the other that the next true on starting to come along and we'll slap out hit the salience of course that that's not the way things are we talked a couple years ago about your book aliens the world's leading scientists on the search for extraterrestrial life have your views about that changed at all.