22 Burst results for "Eighty Five Days"

"eighty five days" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Speculating a squirrel. You'll have to wait. And see now. Matt since your head is above the parapet fairly and squarely in eleven. Eighty one eighty. The guest star appeared for one hundred eighty five days and then it slowly disappeared and diminished brighton. Earlier this year researchers road to classify that object retrospectively as a supernova. How peaches wondering can we go back and identify astronomical events like those work they were so fundamentally what we have to do is just look at the patch of sky which isn't always easy right because these ancient peoples a thousand years ago didn't always have very accurate ways of telling where things where the sky so we have to kind of take that that descriptions look at the sky and just try and piece things together by looking for whatever might have been left behind. The eleven eighty-one guest star has historically been kind of tricky. It was probably some kind of supernova. It meant something a pay as in the night sky and then last for a few weeks or something fades away some some kind of supernova is normally a good gas. This one was a bit way because it took months to fade away which is much much longer than normal. There's only one thing in that guy that we use know about that could have come from a supernova. Was a pulse hobby. Compressed core of a dead stock three c. eighty-five the problem is when we when we aged it. It came to about seven thousand years old so not a good candidate. He was much older supernova. This new result. Which i've seen has sold is nine hundred year. Old mystery is that we found the smoking gun. We found this new supernova remnants and be combined with the distance measurement taken from this satellite could guy and works out that it's about thousand years old which makes it perfect. It's supernova remnant. It went off around a thousand years ago. And now we know these things we can go even further and uninvestigated so people at the time noticed that this thing was about the same brightness as sutton which is a pretty good yardstick so now we know how bright looked and how far it is away we can look at how intrinsically powerful this thing was and it turns out it was actually pretty wimpy a supernova which is kind of interesting wimpy little explosion but also took six months or something to fade away. That's a clue that it was something very rare so our best guest now is that it was two white dwarfs crashing together and they've left behind cynical wolf style which is a very hot staff level kinds of interesting heavy elements. So yeah it. It's going to need a lot. Laura investigation because this was a very very rare event which left behind nuclear exciting. This is stella cosmic archaeology. Almost isn't it literally is yes. All astronomy in some ways is to study of the past because signals. I were saying from the universe taken thousands even millions of years to reach us. This is taking it to another level and because religious we are doing archaeology. We're looking in the sky. We're trying to put the pieces together and work out what's happened a thousand years ago. Thanks for that fascinating story over to gun. Because michael wants to know why is green energy typically more expensive for the consumer is that true traditionally happening right. Which is why we have this. Climate problem into burning. Fossil fuels was cheap available largely because nobody paid for the pollution. Nobody paid for the fact of dumping gazillions of tons of two into the atmosphere. We should pay for that but even without paying for it by now solo. Pv is the cheapest form of electricity in history. Costs have come down so quickly forty years ago. It was about a hundred times as expensive us today. Ten years ago it was about ten times as expensive as it is today and yes by now in sunny locations. Of course right. Don't put your solar panel on the north side of the roof if you end the northern hemisphere sure Assuming it sunny solo. Pv is cheaper than any other way of generating electricity. And it'll be at big deal and that information comes from the international energy association. Which is nobody's idea of an environmental group. The installed cost saw very high. Aren't they. I was looking at this yesterday. And the payback period for a domestic system might be twenty five years in some cases especially in less sunny place like the uk. Of course you sitting in the uk which you know. I'm sad to say places and then that's okay Sometimes there's an advantage of being you know latitudes so even here in new york right which isn't all that far south to clear the payback period is a lot surer and yes of course it depends on you know a having a sunny location about the key thing here is yes upfront cost but then as soon as you have the panel. You're basically printing money for free. You're printing electricity right yes. No further cost wiping down the panel. Everyone's so that's the big difference here at you. Paying a few cannot pick you up on that because we a few years back in your wonderful country. There was this initiative to produce biofuels. Because everyone said we need to make sure that we don't emit more new carbon into the atmosphere so we'll make fuel from the atmosphere will grow plants. The problem is that lots of good agricultural land was then used to grow plants with the result that then you had to ship in food from places with higher carbon footprint than had. You just grown the things. We're also in danger of turning over quite a lot of agricultural land especially in some countries which is a premium to turn into aside afam. So on the one hand you're incentivizing people to produce cheap green electricity but then the kaban cost of shipping in your food because you'll not growing on that land from elsewhere could be much higher so we want us to be very careful about these sorts of carbon equations. Absolutely right and you know in some sense. That's the bread and butter of of what economists do right figuring out those trade offs we can go back to philosopher mick jagger on this work. You can't always get what you want. So yes there are trade-offs clear and yes right. So don't get me started on subsidies for bio-fuels in the us right. Why do we do that. Because the presidential primary starts in iowa. And there's a lot of cornyn i over and that's why we will never get rid of those often misguided There's lots of politics here. Of course that said yes. There's plenty of marginal lands. We're not growing food. Were very little else happens. And yes were a solar farm would make sets well said. Let's come to bits of land. That might have interesting plants in them and the question back to you. Cassandra of of delving into nature as a medicine chest. I'm intrigued by your role. Is someone who runs a herbarium because it was a great story a few years back where scientists actually worked out from stored specimens what caused the irish potato famine and that was done in the southeast of the uk happened to have a specimen and they could work out what caused something happened. Historically over one hundred fifty years ago you able to delve into what you've got in harare to find treatments or are you having to actually get out there in the wild. Look the real deal figuring question. Will i let me just explain. What under barium is. Because i think sometimes people envision this lush tropical greenhouse and impact and herbarium is a museum of dead. Plants are pressed a paper. So i always tell my friends. I have a brown thumb. I'm very good at finding and killing plants and driving them to paper but very are incredibly important as records of life at specific points in time in specific places so your mention of the irish potato famine those specimens are record of what the crops looked. Like what other microbes may have been on the leaves at that time and also we. We have now with more advanced chemistry tools. We can look into the chemistry of fragments of those specimens but in reality when it comes to drug discovery of looking for new molecules. We generally need a lot more material than what you would find. Just press specimen so. We're talking about forty grams of dried leaves to really kickstart the search process. But those barium specimens are incredibly important.

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"eighty five days" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

"The clouds return. Wasn't there complete forgiveness onion kipper. Here's two questions. These are some of my favorite questions on the subject. Listen to this time of year like these questions. So we got the clouds of glory. We've got them twice right with the we left. We got the first version of the clouds of glory and we had a for ninety days and we lost it. We did the same. We lost it and then eighty five days later on the fifteenth. Day of tisch ray. They were restored in conjunction with the building of the michigan with the building of the tabernacle and therefore we have the festival coat to mark the time that we got the.

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"eighty five days" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Three three zero four six seven three or just go to our website today. all right We have to go back. We we have to discuss. What is going on in afghanistan with somebody who retired as a captain from the army with not one stone with two bronze stars and a purple heart as well. I can't believe what i'm reading in his biography. It says along the afc pack border in two thousand and sixty thousand seven. He and his unit spend four hundred eighty five days fighting fighting those people who now have taken over that country sean panel welcome to america first. Hey thanks so much for having me. I really appreciate the time today. All right so we'll talk about what you're doing today how you'll serving america again. But i given somebody who's blade as a purple heart recipient for this nation. In-theatre have to get your reaction to what the current incumbent of the white house said yesterday. This is joe biden cut six. So what's happened. Afghanistan political leaders gave up and fled the country. The afghan military collapsed sometime without trying to fight if anything the development of the past week reinforced at any new us military involvement afghanistan. Now was the right decision. So he's proud of his decision and he's blaming everybody else shown on now captain panel your reaction you know what was shocking to me about. That address was that he blamed everybody. The afghan political leaders. The afghan national army blamed president trump. He blamed everybody. But the taliban for what's happening in afghanistan and i find that to be a travesty. You know and i think ultimately what he did is is. This really wasn't a debate right about whether or not we should be getting out of afghanistan. President trump had a well articulated plan. And i think strategic draw down that was conditions based i mean. There's a very big difference between what president trump had planned. And what joe. Joe biden did but this is not a debate over whether or not we should leave afghanistan. What that speech should have addressed was the absolute preventable disaster. That joe biden oversaw with our draw down. There and and i was so disgusted. I was so disgusted. When i saw in the first statement that he issued even before he gave that Short address where he blamed. President trump for this commanded one of the things that teach you in the army. Is that when you're leading troops or your in-command commanders are responsible for everything that happens or fails to happen under their command. This this travesty. In afghanistan is on joe biden. It's on his his checklist administration. Who seemed to have their head in the clouds and the holy on engaged me. My god think about this. There could be up to ten thousand americans surrounded by the taliban trapped in afghanistan as we speak and joe biden is on vacation right now. In times of crisis leaders lead and joe biden has failed on that front you said with a tenth mountain division. you've written a bestseller book called out law platoon. Everybody needs to read it. But now you've decided to serve the nation again and the state of pennsylvania. Why have you decided to run for the senate campaign panel we know. I think that the american people want in especially watching this tragedy. Enough ga- afghanistan unfold. I think the american people and certainly people in the state of pennsylvania just desperately want real leaders in your politicians and and having the opportunity to serve my country again is unbelievable. Honor and leadership is what i do right. It's it's making sure that our military stay strong that we have a sound border policy and we reject the the policy of open borders that we embrace our law enforcement and we don't advocate for insane de-fund the police policies. I think the american people want that leadership and they were rejecting career politicians on either side of the aisle. He has served this nation with ana with the tenth mountain division. Now he's going to do it again. Please support this man sean. Pawn alpha senate dot com. That's panel for senate. Don calming the thirty seconds. We've got left. What is your message to your brothers in arms who are still wearing the cloth of the republic after the last forty eight hours. What do you say to them. Your service had meaning. You fought the enemy and afghanistan and every turn and you defeated them. You did great things for the people of that country this tragedy. That's unfolding in afghanistan it it falls squarely on the shoulders of the suits and not the boots. Be proud of. Be proud of your service Because america's proud of you like that phrase. It's the suits not the boots that are responsible panel for senate. God blesses sean. Can we get you back from much longer. Discussion here on america first given the recent events. Of course anytime you need me. i'll be there. let's do it..

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"eighty five days" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

RISE Together Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"So dave. do these people know what you're doing. Have you announced that. I've i've talked about. It is the thing is. I have to keep talking about it so that i keep joining the gym that i stay on the plan. No i'm like eighty five days now a will you put the cantor on. Is that part of it. Like how may understand that do you. Is that a like you do the right thing. It's like you have to mahogany yourself. I don't know what the phrase is but it is. I think you stand for anyone. That doesn't know i'm just saying again. I am doing physique competition. The second week first or second week of november yes and it requires me as a part of it. Two straight eighty eight or eighty one days now anyone day. Yeah we only have anyone days but the the tire. Because i was also thinking that it might be the the old Speedo born shorts. Yeah so at least. There's that i wanna bone. I want to believe that. But i think when you get there there's gonna be a switcheroo. I guess what. I'm so far out on the ledge this point that i will. I'll do literally whatever they tell me to do. I'm becoming like the ron burgundy here where you just whatever you put in the prompter. That's what if you get there. And they go here. You're board shorts and like this is what they can do you like. I'm used the different boards like okay. Get onto the darkness. I cut you off which i step into from what i understand when you go to a soccer game and it's the middle of summer and someone sets up a tent or a now put like little plastic walls on that tense and then send somebody into that tense with a hose. That sprays drown tanning oil. On somebody they come in and just like And then else comes in with what looks like the like the stain that you would put on an old desk that you refinished. Yeah they start rubbing it on you and that happens on like that happens like two days before the competition you get on the first day you go have dinner you walking out can't touch and then you come back the next morning like time to touch up second coat. Second coach now. I've already asked. And i haven't got an answer. Could they spray ads on like to have some absent here a lot of things. We're trying to take shortcuts. You son of a gun got anyone days. Get an app jude. So you're at your applebee's the day before you're just ran like your dark. The thing is because like heidi used to do this. Like she has a pro card. She is someone who is a professional. So i feel as you were to expect but also she showed me the pictures of them at a restaurant two days before competition and she looks interesting to say the least now. Is it true that you have to shave your beard and only have a moustache for this contest. Has that if shave. Anything on my face ain't happening like but they might. I'm just saying like there might be a mustache rule where they go. I have to me was only a mustache. You the funny thing is my dad. Had facial hair his whole life..

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"eighty five days" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Sean parnell retired army. Infantry captain putting afghantistan sean how are you my friend. Hey mark thanks for having me back. I appreciate it i. I'd be doing a lot better of joe. Biden didn't completely botch twenty years in afghanistan. One of the things sean. That's bothering me. Is see the effort to exploit this by various political factions including the isolationists. The neo marxists. We should never been there and some. Obviously we weren't seeking a war in afghanistan. And i would argue you know. I had a retired colonel. Richard kemp you probably know who. He was commander british forces in afghanistan for awhile ahead tom. Cotton on and i wanted you onto your perspective. I mean at the end here. We actually at twenty five hundred. Non-combat troops cli intel and air power in. Both of those men said to me. The afghanis actually did fight. Lost fifty thousand men but when you pull their air power you pull their intel. You pull the federal contractors and you do it all in a period of a few minds. Then he leave our major beijing only let them know. You're doing it in the middle of night. That is a problem for them. What do you say about that. That's exactly right mark. There were so many unbelievably grave strategic blunders that will likely be studied at military academies for the next fifty years about how not to conduct an fill. The afghan national army was structured very similar to ours and that ground power is augmented with air power. But when joe biden pulled out their contractors that service their aircraft the effectively decimated air force and so early on in this taliban offensive the afghan national army. We're actually fighting back. But when they saw that they had no air support and likely no american support they cr- they threw their hands up and said it's not worth it. The the next question. I have and i really would like know. Who's responsible for this for this decision. And i think it's president biden is who made the decision to abandon air base before all of our american citizens and allies. Evacuated out of the country shocking. One of the greatest. It's one of the greatest strategic blunders in in america in the last century mark. They're only few airstrips in afghanistan. Where you can actually atlanta plane. The taliban control hard the taliban control baga now in kabul is almost overrun. So how exactly. It's not just the simple as sending five thousand or six thousand more troops back into afghanistan because we don't necessarily have to do it and all of this every bit of it is laid right at the feet of joe biden had asked we killed bin laden. The taliban and al qaeda were absolutely decimated. We had almost a decade to plan an effective withdraw and it was completely destroyed and seven months of the biden administration. It's shameful and you know Sean cornell which is three twenty years away as a matter of fact the as i pointed out and not the only one the taliban control more afghanistan than they did prior to nine eleven now every every terrorist group conceivable assuming they get along with the taliban now have a massive country from which operate in additional ran. And they're going to work closely to periods with the communist. Chinese russia can work with the russians and clearly the iranians and colonel chem said. I'm worried about pakistan. That pakistan could fall and they have nuclear weapons. What do you think about. All i totally agree. And the fact that joe biden and and his seven months as president mark has not even engaged a single regional. Ally for example. Hasn't even talked to the prime minister of pakistan yet. I mean you'd think that's kind of an important part of an exfiltration strategy of afghanistan given afghanistan and pakistan share a border but it just. What completely disgusted me. And i think it just shows and highlights underscores how disengaged joe biden is. Ben is that heap. The guy pops his head up after three or four days of silence and essentially blames president trump as a former military ground combat leader. One of the things that they trained train you mark is that commanders are responsible for everything that happens or fails to happen under their command. Joe biden is responsible for this and he was. He was desperate to be different from trump in almost every way from his border policy to his economic policy to withdraw from afghanistan. And you know him moving. The withdrawal date from may back to september eleventh for strictly political reasons or renault national security reasons as to why he did that really just gave the the taliban the momentum the time the space the the energy to consolidate and organiz a counter-offensive and by the way they happen to take a trip to china in between and so just i. It's when you say that we that we through twenty years away. It's it's true and it's tragic because tens of thousands of americans fought and bled in that country to give the afghans a shot at freedom. And and that's why. I've been going all around market saying hey look. This is not on the boots on the suits. It's on the politicians who who ironically enough mark. We've won almost every military battle on the ground but but have essentially lost the war because of our politicians tell us briefly you have in other forms your experience in afghanistan with the afghan people. Yeah so i was a young sophomore elementary education major trying to figure out how the heck that was gonna student teach. Second grade towers came down. Don't come from a long line of military generals but dot in the Went to afghanistan served along afghan-pakistan border for four hundred and eighty five days or the mission of find osama bin laden. Unfortunately we didn't find but we've found thousands of enemy troops My platoon took an eighty five percent casualty rate. Some of my men were wounded twice. That makes one of my guys. Those wounded three three times And that was wounded as well and so We served we cared a lot about the afghan people. We did everything we could to give him. A shot at freedom Protect their women and children's For the women and children and just really fight for that country. You make good friends over there. You know the afghan people by and large on the border. Yeah you know. I feel like the afghan national army that we serve with was courageous but the problem with afghanistan is innocent hair tribal and corrupt and so while soldiers were courageous. That we serve with. You couldn't get them paid. He couldn't get them food. You couldn't get them water and so effectively you just have a bunch of troops out there with rifles. Who can only last about a day. It was the corruption that ended up being the downfall of the afghan national army in the end. Well sean i understand you running for the senate and the republican party in pennsylvania. My home state. Is that correct. Yes in in the great commonwealth of pennsylvania the motto of our campaign his win pennsylvania save america. I think that the democrats mark they know that there's no pathway to the majority. Listen before i'm cut off by a heartbreak. I wanna make sure i say this loud and clear to my fellow pennsylvanians. I strongly endorse sean. Parnell the republican nomination and the general election to the united states senate. We need you very very badly and between.

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"eighty five days" Discussed on BirdTalk Radio Podcast

BirdTalk Radio Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on BirdTalk Radio Podcast

"S. dot com and. Listen live right. They're not doing facebook. Live today because of technical difficulties. Which is. I grabbed the wrong band. Have the little connections for all that next week. We're not parole header. We'll make up for it. We're not perfect are we i. We're close not anymore or close but we're ag note of perfection. We are not on august seven. Yes why is your one. Oh yeah that's ain't it is august twenty seven to one but back in before this in eleven eighty one eighty out. A supernova was observed by chinese astronomers in the constellation cats. Like one of those big big chevys right. Yeah yeah and noted one day. Later from japan remained visible for one hundred and eighty five days in a remnant of that supernova was found by radio astronomers in the nineteen sixties and. I'm surprised that they named that supernova. After a song by a waste this way back. Then seventeen fifty. Three professor richmond was killed by his experiment with lightning. It was one year after. Franklin's kite experiment. He was standing a little too close to his experiment and jumped from the needle where he was measuring the lightning strike right to him so kids do not play with lightning. Well yeah ben. Franklin should have had a A notice that said Don't try this at home. That would have been better in a related story. Ray roy sullivan who we frequently talk about is struck on this day for the fifth of his seven record breaking lightning encounters. Oh struck seven times by lightning. Apparently he had more stamina than professor richmond. Did i guess in one thousand. Nine hundred eleven. The one millionth. Us patent was issued francis halton of akron ohio for a puncture eliminating tire. The first patent as we discussed last week was issued in seventeen ninety and was signed by george washington but that was not actually the first patent there were actually thousands of patents before that but they weren't numbering patents at sea and they weren't being signed by george washington. No they weren't right nine hundred fifty five tokyo telecommunications later to become a company called sony. That's how you pronounce that sells the first transistor radio in japan on this day in nineteen fifty five. You know. I have a transistor radio that i got from as a christmas present in the nineteen sixty four and it works from gates rubber company from gates rubber. Yeah because dad worked there and they gave up until twelve age twelve. They gave to the children. They would fight invite all of the employees and children to the coliseum and we go down there and they would give out. Get at that point. What a great company that was and still is. Yeah well still. When the british took it it still exists but they started cutting cost one thousand nine hundred ninety six the viking to enters the orbit around mars much to the chagrin of marvin two thousand five george w bush extends daylight savings time..

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"eighty five days" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Ninety-one one ninety. Wow an you know you might actually say to me. Hey you shouldn't say this is bad news. If a company can increase the price of their products and still sell them. That's good news. My friend and well i agree with you on that. There's also the more powerful applied but that hasn't changed his pricing tang thousand dollar price increase back in june. Still a one three one one nine t. I'll keep an eye on the european configurations to see if price increases do filter through to other cars over hip tested also starting to deliver model wise in hong kong and macau now and that's more in line with the mainland china in macau by the end of last year there about eighteen thousand private vs in hong kong tesla was eighty percent of the heck. That's a market share that anyone would kill for eighty percent market share in hong kong government. Is targeting no knee registrations of anything that burns a fuel so that includes hybrids by thirty five off to south china morning. Post for that story. right-hand-drive hong kong right-hand-drive uk on tesla sell model. Why that's im- that mean. That said that gif take my money. Yes i'm doing that right now. Now let's talk about tom. Hanks he was an early fan of eve. As one of a small handful of buyers of the propulsion epochs it was a sign. Xp converted to run on a thirty five kilowatt hour electric battery one of the first electric cars. You can actually buy and tom. Hanks also bought eight hundred two row. Four when you could get one and he has kept up the electric vehicle. Garish as well. Tom hanks is a huge electric car. Fan his twenty fifteen model s. his tesla model s. p. Five day always got a gooden a five day. One of four vehicles now going up for sale at bonhams auction august thirteenth. The has thirty thousand miles on it if you tom. Hanks model s. it's painted in british racing green. Which is tom hanks. Favorite color ficus says the description bonham's estimates the cow will go between seventy and one hundred thousand dollars. Wow you're paying a huge premium for a celebrity car. I wonder if painted or whether it came. That's the because there was no british racing green that it's just could be the websites Also week that reported this Calling it british racing green. Because if you look at the picture well it does look like they were five. Different battery variants produced From twenty twelve and the colors they started with did include a green so back in twenty twelve when the model s. started there was the forty kilowatt hour pack phased out pretty quickly forty sixty eighty five the five and the five plus in two thousand twelve and you could get in the load of colors compared to these days. There's the anza brown metallic which was particularly pu colored and a horrible africa and but there was a green there was it was called sequoia greenback in two thousand twelve then in the two thousand thirteen and two thousand fourteen model s.'s. Is there was. They changed it to be called green metallic if it was a different shade or just a name change but it was called green metallic. They did while. I'm on this slight tangent. Do the original road stuff. You could get the original roads to factory painted in racing green on some crazy colors as well. But let's go back to tomo hangs cow. Well the article kohl's at two thousand fifteen eighty five day. Well in two thousand fourteen. They were making eighty five days in racing green metallic but if he's a later one so towards the end of two thousand fifteen were they green off the menu. Maybe had sprayed hey. He is one of the world's most famous movie stars. I'm sure he can.

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"eighty five days" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Private sector survey that hints about the official hiring and unemployment reports came in today much stronger than expected. Nine hundred. seventy eight thousand more. People landed on payrolls in may according to the paycheck processor. Edp diane swonk is chief economist. At the tax advisory firm grant thornton. She helps us many a thursday good morning. good morning. well. I mean the. Adp data doesn't always track with the official jobs report due tomorrow but certainly interesting today certainly encouraging closed a million jobs created with big gains and leisure and hospitality in small businesses. Now we've learned to be a little humble rather than user hubris when it comes to forecast you monthly and plummer reports but the good news is we've seen a slew of data that suggests that momentum is shifting regarding hiring and people accepting jobs now fitting into the adp payroll numbers today. Is that People signing up for unemployment benefits for the first time. That number dropped again. It's been happening every week now for over a month. It's done not where it needs to be. Were still high and there. Some workers that are just losing their extensions on benefit but the good news is the initial claims are coming down and that means some people are getting hired. The thesis that no one's going back into the labor force because of all the government benefits they might get for staying out of the labor force. Somebody's getting work absolutely. And you know that studies. On that. I mean does san francisco fed just did a study on whether or not the three hundred dollars. Supplement is a deterrent and it's one of the least of deterrence is a small deterrent but the biggest issues are a whole litany of things of everything from how long it takes for a vaccination become Effective with two jabs to the fact that a lot of people actually didn't realize vaccines were free. And then of course. There's the other issue of these are now called. Frontline workers a war and the mass mandates have made it even harder when you see viral videos of people spitting on frontline workers because they don't wanna wear masks. When asked diane swonk. The chief economist at the tax advisory firm grant thornton. She had chicago. Thank you very much. Thank you now. It's factories waiting longer for the inputs. They need to make the stuff. We by the institute of supply management says while factory output has been going up steadily month over month since last spring. Plants are waiting now. Eighty five days on average for their inputs. That's the longest average weight and the thirty four years they've tracked this here's marketplace's justin ho manufacturers are facing shortage of steel and aluminum says the ism's theory he says tariffs on imported. Metals are pushing up prices. That means manufacturers are leaning more on domestic steel and aluminum and then sucks all the capacity out fury says north american. Steel mills are strained. What used to be you know ten weeks or so in lead time is now twenty. That's causing manufacturers to order more medals. So they don't run out since dartmouth trae professor. Emily blanchard which means there are further. Shortages blanchard says retailers are paying attention and trying to anticipate whether manufacturers will start charging more for finished products. And if i think prices are gonna rise in the future when i get stock back on my shelves. I raised my sticker price to consumers as well. Leonard says she's optimistic that these delays and shortages or short term disruptions. The tariffs on the other hand aren't likely to go away anytime soon. I'm justin how for marketplace and food prices. Keep going up both in your town and around the world. There's news that united nations reading on the global cost of food went up again in may making it a year of higher prices each and every month higher demand in china drought.

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"eighty five days" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Members of the expedition sixty four crew of return safely to worth following half a year aboard the international space station. They had launched two hundred eighty five days earlier back in october. The fourteenth from the bike biking all cosmodrome in the central asian republic of kazakhstan. The trio's soyuz. Ms and teen spacecraft parachuted down on the clear blue skies under the kazakhstan steps. Soyuz commander sergei tchaykovsky maintaining running dialogue with flight controllers at the russian mission. Control center reporting on so you systems. The crew putting their visors down on their helmets this In preparation for the pyrotechnic separation of the three sections of the soyuz the topmost section called the orbital module and the lower section the instrumentation and propulsion module. They will be Separating soon that will allow the descent module to fly on its own with its computers honed in on the landing site about ninety one miles to the southeast of the town of jessica's gone almost mission control. But we're just here. We hear you through the noise. I would you read us. We have your loan clearer. Copy this is mission control houston based on the last report from sergei reza. Khan everything going very well on board the soyuz. Seventeen the next Major event coming up in about eleven minutes. The section of the three sections of the soil us has the descent module. The three crew members trapped inside. They will then fly free with its onboard. Computers targeting the landing site to the south east of the town of jessica's gone the orbital module and the instrumentation and propulsion module separate from the descent module that then enters the earth's atmosphere building up. Heat repelling the heat through its heat shield before the deployment of a drogue chute and then the large main shoot and with the completion of the deorbit. Burn a short time ago The russian m i. Eight helicopters are all airborne on route to the landing site. This is all very carefully. Choreographed in timed the separation of the three sections of the soyuz will occur at an altitude of about eighty seven miles all done by automatic commanding from the onboard computers firing pyrotechnics to enable the three sections to separate from one another in the center section or descent module. So us commander sergei ryzhkov flying under the call sign of tho- vora in the center seat flanked on his left by sergei could search go off and on his right by kate. Reuben's the landing site coordinates Calculated by the russian flight. Control team encourage off call for the soil used to be targeting a landing spot at forty seven point two north sixty nine point three east. The weather Reports indicate clear skies a very light winds temperature around sixty four degrees fahrenheit. The reports are now in from the russian mission control center. That module separation has occurred on. Time the soyuz's descent module with the three crew members strapped in their seats and their socal launch and entry suits are battling toward the landing site. Southeast of justice. Gone the next major event. Some three minutes from now when the vehicle enters the earth's atmosphere at an altitude of one hundred kilometers once the so approaches The landing site some fifteen minutes before touchdown there is a intricate to parachute deployment sequence that is triggered by a barometric pressure sensor when the vehicle is about forty one thousand feet above the ground at that point the main parachute cover his first jettison by pyrotechnic devices and springs. This will pull out a pair of extraction shoots which in turn pulls out the drogue chute which in turn pulls out the main parachute takes twenty seconds for all of this to happen. When the atmospheric pressure that is measured around the soyuz reaches the proper levels a Barometric pressure sensor starts a timer that triggers most of the remaining events in the landing sequence at an altitude of about eighteen thousand feet off the ground commands are issued to jettison the heat shield and to open valves to vent hydrogen peroxide fuel for the entry control thrusters and oxygen life support system tank. So that The vehicle can be saved for landing without an abundance of hazardous hazardous gases remaining in the tanks when the soft landing thrusters fire just milliseconds before touchdown the us now beginning to enter the earth's atmosphere. This will mark the first effects of earth's gravity against the bodies of the three crew members for the first time in one hundred eighty five days where inside the twenty three minutes until the anticipated touchdown of the soyuz to wrap up a seventy eight point. Four million mile mission the three crew members in the descent module of the soyuz. Ms seventeen should be seeing the first effects of plasma fireball building around the spacecraft temperatures rise to about twenty five hundred degrees of bladed by the soyuz heat shield saw use computers also providing entry guidance to fine tune the path of the spacecraft toward the landing site on the steppe of kazakhstan the space craft and the crew member should be emerging from this plasma regime in about three and a half minutes or so simple mostly on. Am says you must go fly controllers. The russian mission control center attempting to contact the saw but as expected communications Not expected to provide a response. As the us descends and the heat peaking regime during a century back to earth touchdown expected about eighteen. And a half minutes from now you saw us spacecraft should be emerging from this plasma regime about a minute from now and as it approaches the landing site. Communications should be established through the search and recovery forces in the antonoff twenty-six fixed-wing aircraft around the landing zone serving as a command and control relay station copy. Scott tong thank you. How are you hearing blazing freshman. Seven seven seven seven. What's the matter hilo three point. Eight maybe ninety five ninety five. Make sure that the audio procedures are word anyone say prime make sure that you put the number translates rotational controllers in a corresponding position and won and one and the image of ten per cent ten. This is mission control. Houston almost like clockwork. Communications reestablished between mission control in cali off and circuit off the soyuz commander the crew now out of the plasma regime atmospheric entry was a nominal occurrence. And we're standing by now For the opening of the parachutes that command to begin the parachute deployment sequence parachutes so should have been commanded to deploy by now this is mission control houston and so use seventeen under its main parachute the white. Smoke is the nominal venting of hydrogen peroxide. An oxygen into the atmosphere right on time right on schedule with landing planned about ten minutes and fifty seconds from now reports now from the landing site from the antonoff twenty-six command and control flying aircraft indicate that the crew is in great shape. They've reported everything is nominal. On board the soyuz descending. Through a cloudless sky on saturday morning and kazahstan so use.

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"eighty five days" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A Online course from four hours okay. Then a. m. You may not already but notre day just fill out forms and attorney attorney has a license and then can give advice if not only kinda give you advice at all and they do so they tell you okay. Yeah you qualify as we can do that. No no. don't put don't put that you've been arrested. Don't don't say that you know what they do. So they they do a lot of harm people on charge a lot of money. You know the describing like some of these services that. I've seen in my search out here which i didn't go with because i want actually hired attorney. 'cause this is of course many people that follow the show and follow me. Follow me on facebook. Or what have you know my personal life. That i got married last year. My wife is from mexico so we are currently in the middle of an immigration process. And the way we're doing it getting married. I mean that is that is like the easiest way to immigrate You know we got married. And that's why she's coming here but for most people. It's just want to come here and even this path that we're taking while it's the easiest path is a difficult one. It's a long while hard one. It's a bumpy one and this is the way that should be the smoothest so i can't even comprehend people that are trying to do it for for a variety of other reasons. But yeah i've seen these services that you're describing where you know they say oh give parents a couple hundred bucks and we'll do all the paperwork for you but that's not the same as an attorney so just for anybody out there. There are pitfalls to a lot of these things that might like. Oh just for a couple of hundred bucks. We can have it all done the. Yeah but that's not legal. Advice ended in a situation like this. You really need legal advice because this is this is serious stuff. Yes it's very serious. Is your future in this country. The future of you and your family and as you said because a lot of people get mary of course for papers and that's also very then us because that's fraud and if you get caught in the fraud then you can go back to this country ever even is like You know drug crime or something You are not allowed your inadmissible for life and people do that and pay a lot of money. This is crazy really. And and i always said by that. Don't do it. Just say you your country and then tried to do another thing with the job employment lottery visa if you qualify there other options then us to come to the state instead of getting married you know by fraud. Let's let's take a little bit into the legal immigration process because we hear a lot about illegal immigration. We hear a lot about the problems with illegal immigrants Let's put that to the side and just focus on the legal aspect because one thing i wanna highlight. Is you often hear a lot of people to say. Well just legally should just come legally. And i'm not taking a position that someone shouldn't come legally. I don't think anybody should break the law. They can avoid it because it's probably going to end up in a bad situation for you however to say that so flippantly really shows a lack of understanding of what that really means so. Let's put the marriage thing aside because that's not really an immigration method as much as it is it should be anyway the reverse. You happen to find the person you love happen to want to get married and then then you have to deal with immigration because of it but there are many people that do things the other way and they're trying to immigrate to the us for a variety of other reasons whether it's business reasons just a new opportunity or what have you. What is the average person in Kind of have to go through to get here in the first place. And i guess when i say average person may we wanna focus on the countries. Besides let's say. I think because i think for europeans and australians. I believe it's fairly easy to come to the us. As i don't know the exact phrase but there some kind of visa where you don't actually need a visa if you're from those countries you can kind of just show up but that's not the case for most of the world. Yeah let me explain that to you. Okay we have two types of immigrants people who don't care how come here across the border and stay here come with visa and stay here illegally. If i remember when new sample when you come with me my house. I invite you to come here and then you stay like three months. Oh my god. I want him to leave things. I have the same thing why should i. Why should stay here in my country. We invite you to come and then you have to leave. You have a day to leave and then you don't leave so that's breaking the law now this type people they don't care then don't they don't do anything to get the documents or papers. They their group. There are a lot of countries who has a three with the united states. Three is The investor and for australian eight three visa which is very good three It's employment visa for a friend and also chile has an employment visa h. one b. But they have to be An agreement between both countries. And it's really good. When united states get an agreement with that country because that contrast shown that this you know a lot of people are staying here. Legally legally for example chilling is to have the esta for a long time ago and they got cut off was suspended and then they have it again. Let this is the same thing for european country. They don't come with a visa visa waiver. Very people seeing that the best i. I don't need a visa. I come with the esta essays. They were because you have ninety days to bashir. You cannot stay. You cannot change. You can extend this data so you have to leave right away so here the pandemic mess with all these people who had to stay because it's it's very strict so i'm i'm betting a lot of people will really left. But they pass way the ninety days they have a problem to. They will have a problem. I hope they will say okay. All these people who when for Forgive all these things when wave thing and then you can come back but because that is a computer is not a person so when you put the they see the time you stay here they will deny your esta for the next say here for eighty five days was planning to fly out on day eighty six but then the pandemic hit their flights were cancelled. They ended up here. Let's say ninety three days that could then be a mark on their record and they might face some problems trying to come back to the something very complicated with telephone call. It was really hard. You couldn't call a month before you have to call like three or four or five days before they call you back. Some people could do extension for a month but other people couldn't couldn't do anything so the other thing is the tour is the which is the six months. Then you can change that status. You can change the student. You can extend that for a year you can be here to reform for one year And then you have to leave anyway. Compare is for worker workers Employment visas mexico and canada. They have the nafta which is very good program and they have the tin the pm for mexicans. He in for canadian so list of profession that you can bring those people to the united states to work. There is every culture program way which is very good for mexico. The problem is that this is seasonal.

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"eighty five days" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:33 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Up the ecuador. Amazon chevron has spent the past decade waging an unprecedented legal battle to avoid paying for the environmental damage while also trying to take down the environmental lawyer steven dunster who helped bring the landmark case with the help of dozens of law. Firms chevron has ended don's occurs legal career. he's been disbarred. his bank accounts have been frozen. He's been forced to surrender his passport. Steve danziger has also been under house arrest for nearly six hundred days after a federal judge drafted a criminal complaint charges against him for refusing to turn over his cell phone and computer an unusual legal twist. The judge appointed private law firm with ties to chevron to prosecute danziger after federal prosecutors declined to bring charges many of his supporters sedans occurs corporate political prisoner his case attracting growing attention with illegal world as well. As among environmentalists and human rights activists fifty five nobel laureates including ten recipients of the nobel peace prize have called for an end to the judicial attacks don's eager a coalition of groups including amnesty international. Amazon watched the national lawyers guild out. There is recently wrote to attorney. General merrick garland asking him to investigate what they describe as quote disturbing legal attacks on danziger last week. An appeals court threw out a key contempt finding against on ziggler. Who's now waiting to hear if he'll be freed from house arrest steve. Don's joins us now from his new york home. We're also joined by. Paul pasi meenu in oakland associate director at amazon watch. He's been working on that cleanup ecuador campaign for the last fourteen years. We welcome you both to democracy. Now steve don's agree. Thanks so much for joining us. Why are you under house arrest. Are you currently wearing an ankle bracelet. A shackle wearing an ankle bracelet. It's about the size of a garage door opener spin on my ankle since aug six two thousand nineteen. I sleep with it i eat with it. I bathed with it. Never leaves my ankle and it allows the government to monitor my whereabouts on a twenty four seven basis. I mean the fundamental issue here is chevron destroyed. The ecuadorian amazon. And i was part of illegal team. That held the company accountable. The decision and ecuador has been affirmed by multiple appellate court in ecuador in canada which chevron did is rather than pay the judgment that it does to the thousands of people in ecuador that poisoned. It's gone after me and other lawyers. And in the united states chevron sued me for sixty billion dollars which is the largest potential of personal liability in the history of our country. I'm a human rights lawyer. I live in a two bedroom apartment with my wife and son on the upper west side of manhattan chevron then launched a campaign to really try to drive me out of the case and as part of their strategy they demanded to see my confidential communications with my clients including my everything on my cell phone and computer and when i appeal to higher court here in new york while the appeal was pending. Judge kaplan charged with criminal contempt of court for not complying with the order while the lawfulness of the order was under appeal. He then had me locked up in my home. This is a misdemeanor charge with a maximum sentence of one hundred eighty days in prison. I assert my complete innocence. He appointed judge who denied me. A jury and i am the only person in the history of this country. As far as we can tell who's charged with a misdemeanor in the federal system who has no criminal record who's ever been held for even one day pretrial and i've now been held five hundred and eighty five days on a charge that if i were to be found guilty would lead to a maximum penalty of one hundred and eighty days in jail. And it's very unlikely. I would go to jail because the longest sentence ever imposed on a lawyer. Convicted in this district of criminal contempt is not days of home confinement. And i've already served more than six times that so what's really happening. Here is chevron in its allies have used the judiciary to try to attack the very idea of corporate accountability. In environmental justice. Work that leads to significant judgments. And i think they're not only trying to retaliate against me. They're trying to send a broader message to the activist community to the legal community that these types of cases that truly challenged the fossil fuel industry that are intimately connected to. The survival of our planet should not be allowed to happen in court. At least not at this level. I am hoping and we had a huge victory last week in the second circuit. Court of appeals. Were judge kaplan's main contempt. Finding against me was thrown out. And i'm hoping cooler heads prevail and the second circuit issues and other decision based on last week's argument that allows me to get my freedom back. Everything about this is so unusual so astounding can you explain what rule forty-two is the idea that the judge could not get federal prosecutors to indict you so he was able to choose a private law firm a lawyer from a private law firm connected to chevron and he went after you well. I don't think this is proper. And i don't think it's legal. It is legal for a judge to charge someone with criminal content with an adequate basis. I don't think one exists here. The judge is obligated under wolf forty to take the charges to the regular prosecutor the professional prosecutor's office and in this case the professional prosecutor refused to bring the case. And i think for good reason again. Because i don't think this is all about me doing my job as a lawyer and trying to defend my clients rights it isn't about me defying the court. I was seeking more court review. I wasn't defying the court. When i appealed judge kaplan's order turned out to be unlawful. So when the prosecutor refused to bring the case judge kaplan appointed a private law firm. Now it is legal for a judge to appoint private lawyer to prosecute in those circumstances but it is not proper to point a law firm that has financial ties to chevron and has an attorney client relationship to chevron i mean i am essentially being prosecuted by chevron the law firm's name by the way is seward and kissel there this kind of a mid sized law firm here in new york. What's really unusual about. This is is not only the seward and kissel have a financial relationship was chevron they have close ties to the oil and gas industry generally in their billing taxpayers for my misdemeanor prosecutions so far. They've been paid by taxpayers. Four hundred sixty four thousand dollars to prosecute in detained me on a misdemeanor contempt charge. My guess is they've actually been paid a lot more. We haven't seen all of their bills. But this is make no mistake about it. Amy this is a for profit private corporate prosecution of a human rights lawyer in the name of the government. And it's never happened before in the history of this country it's terrifying not just for me and my family but i think anyone who does this work and i'm hoping that more and more people will notice it and pressure will build so has to stop as a matter of fact. The letter to merit garland by amnesty international and other groups specifically asks him in the justice department to review. What we believe is the mishandling of this case in these flagrant conflicts of interest that allowed a private corporations law firm to act in the name of the state to deprive a human rights lawyer of his liberty. It's just not right. it's not what we know our judicial system to be. And i have to say people around. The world are appalled serious lawyers from countries all over the world who supported the ecuadorians and supported their lawyers or paul to.

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"eighty five days" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Like eighty. You're eighty seven days. Do almost one hundred street right now. My longer longest streak as eighty five days or eighty seven or something like that. So that is my goal to get over that and maybe twenty twenty one will be different and as i told rummy on today as of recording december fourteenth show. I'm going to start journaling. More in two thousand twenty one Starting between two hundred. Because if i'm being honest with you. I only remember parts of twenty twenty like there's a lot of the year that i know i did something or i know something happened but i don't know i can't remember. It solves thinking about that thinking about german for twenty twenty one Listening to cortex earlier and they're talking about your theme for the upcoming year etc. I was going to steal that. And then i thought about well one talked about it at all. I don't have anything to say. Okay let's pick us a thing for next year not only have one and secondly By the time this episode released and wouldn't really makes sense. Is this a lot of time. Well i'm gonna commit to journaling. And i wanna try to do daily. I wanna try daily. Even if it's just putting five sentences down talking about what happened that day. Because one of the reasons that i like facebook and i'll admit this is the this day in history or or the memories at your memories so i can see six zero five years ago. I had nicholas nicholas. And ben were eating candy canes and it means nothing well. I shouldn't say it doesn't mean anything it it's a lot a seemingly little thing just remembering oh they were eating candy canes together when we're in pendleton five years ago but i knew that nicholas was had come down five years ago but i don't remember any of the things that we were doing and using my own version such as day. One is really what. i'm looking for. Journaling her combination day. One in drafts using that to build to keep track day..

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"eighty five days" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on Pantheon

"Was for you so usually i mean. We'll book these done as i've assembled the riffs and usually there's a chorus when i write so i'll write a chorus and then just kind of build out from there The entire and then the rest of it all comes thing melody but won't quite have the miracle and typically would send any apathy and tony franklin is just the guitar riffs become playing with the mallet. Beatty over the top. So that kinda hear what the singer is gonna be singing and then once the drums they started down I like. I said i pretty much time. Radio the chorus lyrics that then i'll write the lyrics arrest saw and this is not a hundred percent of the time so there's on like oh i know i wanna sing that there. Have this on there but in general that's the way it works and so that second writing session is very much writing the lyrics for the rest of it and sometimes at that point tweaks. They changed out there. Which i laid down at that point guide russell allen so i seen the dow and he's listening back and saying that a lot better than i. It's interesting you know. I mean you're you're a how does it differ from some of the other projects i mean. I know you do a lot of the arrangement for whitesnake. And obviously there's a lot more you know Collaboration with that too. Was there any type of feedback from the guys you're working with saying. Hey this may sound better here or was that part of the process. Typically i mean my production style with them on both the records pretty much just totally hands off. So i sent to them and they record. And that's what you're on the album that way. They can pretty much play. Whatever the heck they're going on it and feel like they're getting some creative input now there might have been this summer on their by back. Couple of people like hey. Would you mind trying this year but it was. It's very rare just a couple of times. And then i caught myself off so i think it's that's to just let people do best and stay on their way. You know as we move forward here and you've got this do project coming out in february in a couple of weeks You know what i in terms of. What are you expecting for. Two thousand twenty one. I mean have you heard any rumblings about what's going on are still unknown in terms of getting on the road again. I mean you just mentioned to what two hundred eighty five days you did in two thousand nineteen you know. What are you expecting. what are you hoping for. I mean obviously we want to get back to normal but realistically what do you feel I have. I mean there's no word on anything and everybody's living in uncertainty including the people that have booked gigs which my my bands. I don't believe have Everybody just living in a world of uncertainty with it. So we're kind of thing you're going to see him newsies more more than just hearing from being an interview i it the world opening up and that you know sadly that's out of the hands Bans than many decision. They're gonna make this point in time with that uncertainty other chances or things that you wanna do that you're looking towards doing in two thousand and twenty one like this project here. There are other things that you're like. Okay well if this doesn't happen you know this is what i'm going to do to occupy my time and and fuel that creative process. Well the ball's if you stay busy and you just keep doing the best. She candidate return of every hour. Thing you liking take you from places. I never thought it here so That's what it's all about but definitely This continue to be productive. Remain specifically. I had just turned in the michael sweet for the project and deal with cameron and james. So that's definitely Up and we'll be something that people can look for this year. I totally another joel coach. Thirteen album so recordings so that are things that are just that i think people can expect on the road from me and then hopefully keep you in quarantine videos and do sessions for people keep Keep yourself and sharing those and sell stuff. The people can keep looking for you regardless of whether or not the concert. I mean obviously the last thing report so but my hands so it will see that second with whatever present for you. What are your thoughts You know the livestream show. I mean those are obviously becoming a thing because it has to right. I mean people are trying to adapt to what's happening. And they're putting out these livestream where people can do them on their computer or hook it up to their television or whatnot. Thoughts on that I haven't participated in any of that involves signed people in hotels and getting offended. Do and all that type of stuff. I mean it's like no pain in the ass when and like you know trying to supplement at this point in time and i know there's lots of them that have got scrapped because somebody will get a positive test on a group you know if you get somebody in your your band. Get a positive test. So i think this is really really hard to assemble itself out. I'm not against the idea by screaming. Concert it just right now. It seems like oh man. You know i. I know that there's a lot of them that got scrapped or didn't do well in the last year so I it. there's nothing like i wouldn't i wouldn't it for this project because it wouldn't make sense. You know for me to fly. Everybody put him in hotel. Find a way to rehearse it now what what's going on with all that. Well it just seems like you know companies. Sony just came out with something last week about this three sixty whatever they call it where they'll be able to have this platform for live shows in the sound quality. It will be you know improved and and give you the live concert feel and you know i keep thinking like my head goes to okay. Well what's the next step. Then with people that have mac books and laptops and computers will the with audio with the speakers improve on those we have the option to get that or will you have to still buy better speakers for whatever you have so you know the longer. This goes on You're going to start to see things evolve like that you know. I like to see someone in the flesh onstage. I mean that's always the best way to do it. You get the adrenaline rush through the vibe of the whole scene going on but you know the longer this keeps going you know we're gonna have to adept somewhat at least temporarily on that end It's just a wonder of what will happen. I mean i'm hoping things will clear up by the spring and summer where people will be able to play outdoors shows. And least that'll happen but like you said you know who knows. It's very frustrating. I'm sure as a musician for yourself. But as a fan also yeah. It's definitely unique. I in one of the year our interview. Somebody asked me when the last time you've gone ten months without being on a stage in nfl. I guess that'd be hurt in years old so kind amazing. Thank i mean. It's like thirty seven years ago.

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"eighty five days" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on Pantheon

"Everybody welcome back to the hook rocks. This is jay scott's hope you're doing well hope you're staying safe and staying healthy like i say at the beginning of every episode. Hope things are working out for you in this new year. Hopefully hopefully we're about to turn the page here soon. Number seem to be getting better up there with covid. My son's back in school things are starting to open up a little bit. So let's see what happens. Hopefully come springtime comes summertime. We're able to go see Some outdoor shows and festivals. Hopefully that does happen. Fingers are crossed. Nevertheless we've got another great guest a return guest to the hook rocks the ultimate rock community podcast in that. Is mr joel hoax drought. What's going on man. How are you going jay. Thanks for taking the time out. Dude i do appreciate you coming back. I'm excited about the new album. The new elm is from your thirteen. Joe hoaxers thirteen band and the album which have had a chance to listen to. You is really really good. It's called running games that much. I appreciate it. Yeah no it it. It blew me away when i was able to listen to. It's very reminiscent of what you're doing now. Whitesnake with some seventies feel to it You've assembled some great cast of musicians on the album. What was the process. And what what What motivated you to put this together. It's been something that you've been working on for a while Well i released the debut from a project name. Hoaxers thirteen in two thousand fifteen with the album Dying to live and so it was basically took a couple years of think like my other one. Is there going to be a business place. then once there were Or at least there could be forward with it and that's a little bit of time. Everybody's schedules myself included And then thankfully cova kinda silver lining put us on the fast track at the end just because every schedule cleared up and it was like okay. Get this done. So i'm very excited to have it. See the light of day. And it's always that i wanna do. I mean i. I like to be able to release these islands to do all the writing on 'em so i do the lyrics vocal melodies and everything hence the product name and not just a band name Because it's this live somewhere in between a solo album and a band. I would say so. Project name is really waiting all about it. Sounds like a bad but you listen to it But i'm doing all the writings. So therein lies the difference when you were putting together. The musicians to play on this album is. Is this the sound that you were looking for and the players that you were looking for the same lineup. As dying to live in two thousand fifteen. So i thought having the consistency from record to record under this name was very good thing and important plus i dislike. I like the job. Everybody did on that on dying to live So i like all these people as putters and as people so Grateful to have them. And yeah i definitely right or the personnel. There's no doubt about it having been advocacy and russell of a no brainer. There's going to be a little bit of a. Do going on yeah. You definitely definitely reflects in the music to as well in in putting together the music being that. You're in whitesnake and trans siberian orchestra. And you've done broadway played with share when you're putting together the music for this album. Is this really you know a representation of who you are as a player because people here you in different things I mean it's very hard to sum that up in Who i am as a player and one album. So i would say it's definitely an area of planning and it's something that i'm going for on this So i mean obviously. I'm not going to release album going. I'm going for melodic rock To live in the world. That i'm Most known in these days but as far as defining how i it's it's an area that's like tough when we last spoke we were talking about the covid in effecting. Basically what you're doing. You're doing a lot of teaching. Which i assume you still are and you know we were talking about you. Know the typical day's events of going from the kitchen to the living room have have have things changed with you in terms of kind of settling in and kind of you know becoming a little bit more involved in things and kind of it just accepting the way. Things are at this point F- about accepting i kinda i just go for it every day. So it just under a daily thing for me trying to stay productive and be moving forward and and that other stuff but try not to worry about much not accepting it. I dunno hated. Say that is. I mean it'd be great to be playing concerts again. Some day But at the same time i'm not obsessing over it and just kind of Moving forward and making sure that During this period you mentioned this project was going on you know since your debut of of dying to live and as you progress through the years in developing this project. Did you find that you were becoming more involved during cova did it. Did it give you a chance. When i talked to red beach about his solo album. You know he was like i finally was able to get this done because it co it was kind of the same thing with you on this. I mean it helps at the very end to to fast track. A bit in terms of banning. It gave me the opportunity. Cut my parts And that was a big thing. I mean that was tricky and in twenty nine eight on the road for two hundred and eighty five days of the year so Having their time at the top twenty twenty euros. I'm just telling me. I was the first thing they got you side of at first i just took a little break like okay now on the road and back out maybe this was going to last for like matter of weeks or something And then it became clear. It was like time to cook tracks from the album. And no that was. That was a coupla on the to do this. Did you find putting this album together was a bit of an escape of what is right now is able to. You know to kind of find yourself a little bit away from all the unknown and do something that is known to you which is put together material in his album. Well it's the way right now for me to feel relevant as an artist Which is cool. I mean i love the fact that the teaching as far as doing something productive and and being able to keep money coming in And that sort of replaces tour. I'm really for me at this time. Doing cameos and things like that to be a mixture. I want my bank account. Evaporate time period That being able to release the album and do these corn in videos and Just basically do sessions for people even on a level help me feel very creative and healthy. Feel route as an artist and player. What was the process of putting together and arranging the music and writing the lyrics for you. I mean this was kind of your show to do that. And you kind of leaving everything you know as far as you know. Obviously there's the difference of this is your project versus some of the other things you were involved in but tell us about what the process.

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"eighty five days" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"But moments later. We finally caught aspect Lana. I couldn't believe it. I'm like the girl that got this all going into motion. She said that he's a different person when he's here before long. All vacation Mike like why was he drinking a pina? Colada in your mom's apartment? Right in the Ukraine? I'm sure you guys are partying it up. He was always in a tank top always in the pool. He did go out drinking and flannel pajamas though. I remember because he was like, I don't know what else to do. I hate her and that's when she told Svetlana. She's like to know that he tried scare off everyone knows you don't deserve it. I didn't know like a Russian proverb probably right? No fire near fish very scared. She explains that she was on a on a break when she was over back in her home country. Is that alluding to her cheating know? So apparently she slept he got drunk and slept on his female best friends now, but I'm just saying like do you think that she's like implying like us? Yeah. We want a break. We're on a Thursday. maybe never okay, just just for the record so They both don't know if they want to get married. Okay, but that's the thing then why does she keep saying I don't have my ring if she doesn't know if she wants to get married or not. She said there's no trust. Okay. What the what are you doing here? Why are you here on vacation? Are you vacation? Natalie? I like that. She's like I see like an open person but I'm not. Oh you seem like a crazy reason. Yeah, you should really opened you seem not. All right, so she has a cross on right around her neck. Yes. Do you think that he has like a UFO around his neck? Yes, I think of like swarms at take me to your leader. All right. So now eighty five days in so that means she's been here for five fifteen. I know that's crazy. She's sitting on the floor cleaning the litter box with her head inside of the litter box. She's like, I don't like smell. Okay. Don't eat the poop while you clean it and she takes phone number. Dating what? Is she do? You know there's like a better way, right? Okay. I don't really know how to clean up so many things you could also get like a self cleaning litter box. You could also Right Scoop the Poop and not have like weeks and weeks worth of poop in the right. That's what I thought that you do. Apparently not her. She has to drag it across the house. She's weird. I know I show her she she cannot stop cleaning. It's like they're showing her Montage. You can't stop cleaning, but she told us she was going to have the whole house cleaning two hours. Yeah house to our office. Okay? All right. Well, here we are. So I'm glad that you have a hobby..

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"eighty five days" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"But moments later we finally. He calls fat. Lana i couldn't believe it. I'm like the girl that scott this all going into motion. She said that he's a different person when he's here before he's all vacation. Mike watt was he drinking a pina colada in your mom's apartment that right in the ukraine i'm sure you guys were partying it up. He was always in a tank top always in the pool. He did go out drinking and flannel pajamas. Though i because he was like i don't know what else to do her. And that's when she told svetlana she's like to know that he tried scare fish. Everyone knows you don't. I didn't know i like a russian proverb. Probably right no fire near fish. Very scared she explains that she was on. They were on a break when she was Over back in her home country is that alluding to her cheating no so apparently he slept a he got drunk and slept on his female. Best friend oh. I know but i'm just saying like do you think that she's like implying like we lost. Yeah we were on a break. We're gonna break maybe never okay. Just for just for the record so sh- they both don't know if they wanna get married okay. But that's the thing and then why does she keep saying. I don't have my ring if she doesn't know if she wants to get married or not. She said there's no trust what what are you doing. Why are you here on vacation vacation. Natalie i like that she's like i see like an open person but i'm not. Oh you seem like yeah. You seem really open. You seem not all right. She has a cross on right around her neck. Yes that he has like a ufo around his neck yes uh-huh and he like swarms woo. Oh take me to your leader all right so now. Eighty five days into that means. She's been here for five fifty. I know that's crazy. She's sitting on the floor cleaning the litter box with our head inside of the litterbox. She's i don't like smell jones. Eat the poop while you clean it. She's exfoliating what is she like a better way right okay. I don't really know how to clean up things. You could also get a self cleaning litter box. You can scoop. The poop not have like weeks and weeks worth poop in deliberate. That's what i thought that you do. Apparently not her. She has to drag it across the house. she's weird. I know they show her. She wa- she cannot stop cleaning. It's like the showing montage. Can't stop cleaning. But she told us she was going to have the whole house clean two hours. Yeah what am. I gonna longhouse two hours okay. All right well here. We are so..

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"eighty five days" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five days" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"But moments later we finally. He calls fat. Lana i couldn't believe it. I'm like the girl that scott this all going into motion. She said that he's a different person when he's here before he's all vacation. Mike watt was he drinking a pina colada in your mom's apartment that right in the ukraine i'm sure you guys were partying it up. He was always in a tank top always in the pool. He did go out drinking and flannel pajamas. Though i because he was like i don't know what else to do her. And that's when she told svetlana she's like to know that he tried scare fish. Everyone knows you don't. I didn't know i like a russian proverb. Probably right no fire near fish. Very scared she explains that she was on. They were on a break when she was Over back in her home country is that alluding to her cheating no so apparently he slept a he got drunk and slept on his female. Best friend oh. I know but i'm just saying like do you think that she's like implying. We lost yeah. We were on a break. We're gonna break. Maybe never okay. Just for just for the record so sh- they both don't know if they wanna get married. Okay but that's the thing and then why does she keep saying. I don't have my ring if she doesn't know if she wants to get married or not. She said there's no trust what what are you doing. Why are you here on vacation vacation. Natalie i like that she's like i see like an open person but i'm not. Oh you seem like yeah. You seem really open. You seem not all right. She has a cross on right around her neck. Yes that he has like a ufo around his neck yes uh-huh and he like swarms woo. Oh take me to your leader all right so now. Eighty five days into that means. She's been here for five fifty. I know that's crazy. She's sitting on the floor cleaning the litter box with our head inside of the litterbox. She's i don't like smell jones. Eat the poop while you clean it. She's exfoliating what is she. You know a better way right okay. I don't really know how to clean up things. You could also get a self cleaning litter box you can scoop. The poop not have like weeks and weeks worth poop in the right. That's what i thought that you do. Apparently not her. She has to drag it across the house. she's weird. I know they show her. She wa- she cannot stop cleaning. It's like they're showing montage. Can't stop cleaning. But she told us she was going to have the whole house clean two hours. Yeah what am. I gonna longhouse two hours okay. All right well here. We are so. I'm glad that you have a hobby. So she said that she wants to move to seattle because she liked the hotel room there. That's good right yet. He doesn't live in seattle. He lives here. You knew he lives here. Stop trying to move here and then making them move shit while this is what they do but also she's trying to just change everything about okay. You don't like him then then. That's the thing when you need to change everything about them. I mean you don't wake them. Yup agreed so apparently he works. He leaves for work at three. Am i can't. He works all day long and he gets home late at night. Because it's a three hour drive. that's okay. He's an edp for doing. How much money do you make you drive six hours a day that stupid. Yeah i mean that's crazy. It's weird. I just got a job in ohio and i so that's what i mean. I don't understand. I don't plan on moving their dry..

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A Democracy at Risk

In The Thick

04:30 min | 2 years ago

A Democracy at Risk

"Welcome to the this is a podcast about politics race and culture from a PC perspective I Medina wholesome and I'm. And today we have to Itt all-stars, call you their homes in quarantine. Yes. Yes. From Winston Salem North Carolina is Tina Vazquez but she's a senior reporter with prism and a twenty twenty I to be wells fellow with type investigations. Welcome back. Tina. High for happy ache and joining us from Atlanta Georgia is the fabulous Russia. Brown Co founder of black voters matter what's up? I'm so happy to be back. All is well and we're so. We're so happy to have you back to. so it's been. Intense that's kind of. An understatement in China. Living here has been intense in this country from the pandemic to racist police violence I mean even this Sunday, there was a five point one earthquake in North Carolina where you Live apparently the largest and over a century. Right. Here in Harlem trees fell down last week because of the storm. So this is just a very first question to ask you how you doing. So Tino, we're going to start with you how you feeling I am tired all the time like I can't complain really too much everything is. Fine but I'm very tired. Okay. Yeah. Short and sweet the TASHA. Who would be a podcast in itself I told you I. Felt. New podcast. How feeling? Is. What. I am I'm having actually every human emotion you can have, and I'm having an all at the same downtime. I'm angry, sad, scared frustrated hopeful fired up every motion human emotion. You can have I'm having and this moment of few weeks ago I myself actually tested positive for covert Nineteen Latasha. It. was the most nerve wrecking name Sweetie. It so I'm here for you sweetie. Oh you understand. Thank you so much and I'm so glad that you are will I had a mild case of but I think more than anything. It's the worry because you don't know how it's going to respond to Matty and then I'm worried about people being around me and being around my family. So I am just petitioning for a twenty two over I was just like a lot of talk to about this. Talk to the manager I need to recite twenty. She's a woman by the way. Exactly I know. So listen. I know first of all, thank you for sharing that. Latasha and. My heart goes out to you for anyone has to go through that especially in this time but we do want to discuss the twenty twenty election. It's less than eighty five days away. As if we're not on edge enough this year and honestly I'm going to come in as the Puerto Rican reporter. I have news to share with everyone in the world. What are we just had a primary election on Sunday complete Shicho. Alison show up two pressings. There's calls of. Delaying. It and moving into next Sunday and it's just it is complete. Chaos down in my home island colony, and I'm very worried now that this is just a prelude to what's going to happen in the united. States on election day November but we want to talk about the power of voters of color and the issues of voting rights. The backdrop of this election season is the coronavirus pandemic. There are now five million confirmed covid nineteen cases in this country, and the number of those infected has doubled since the end of June and then we still have to mention. Joe Biden's comments last. Thursday during a joint. National Association of Black Journalists and a BJ and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists which was an h j of what he said. What you all know. But most people don't know unlike the African American community with notable exceptions. The Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With incredibly different attitudes about different things. This completely overlooks sees issues of race identity ideology, intersectional communities, I honestly think that this kind of statement, the trump campaign's like bring it on because it's just GonNa be used to divide and conquer Democratic voters.

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Do Relationships Have to Be Hard Work?

Therapy for Black Girls

05:45 min | 2 years ago

Do Relationships Have to Be Hard Work?

"Thank you so much for joining us again, Dr Licks. Thank you so much for having me I love being here always a pleasure, always a pleasure to chat with you so I thought that today we could talk a little bit about just this idea that relationships and long term partnerships have to be a lot of work. So this is something that we have heard a lot about recently, but it also feels like historically i. often hear people talk about like Oh my goodness. Marriage and partnership is just so hard and so I just want to hear your thoughts about like why we kinda. Hear that so often. One of my favorite facebook means going around has been I. Don't want my grandma's marriage. Right, I've been doing couples therapy rare for ten years now and sex therapy along with that, and oftentimes I always ask couples who are good models. We're models for positive ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS IN I get most folks saying like I didn't really have a model. They had one aunt or maybe a grandparent, but not a lot of people had models, and we forget that relationships way back in the day. Even though they were built somewhat the same, some monogamous, some had rolling stones, some were practising consensual, non monogamy, and just have the words for it. In they all existed. However, there's just this lack of understanding with one another. And I think that's where it gets passed down where it's. Women specifically told you gotTA. Make sure you have your own. You don't need to be dependent on naturally emotionally would ever stability wise on a man, and then all of the other like local things happen where men are feeling gutted, men are. Get ownership men appealing like they don't have roles in relationship, or they're not necessarily. able to understand how they'd been victims of Patriarchy to, and haven't had access to their own emotions or relationships flourish, so it gets a bad rap. It gets all you gotta do hard work when you get in a relationship, that's not true. I mean there is some work to do right I mean because we're human. But it often sounds like this pain staking. Why would anybody ever WANNA sign up for this? Yes. I agree I think there is some work to do, but I don't think that work is always relationship. Work Right so I tell people have is a therapist. Take care of the relationship between you two. And I don't think people come to relationships fifty to fifty I think you need to come to a relationship, one hundred and Hyundai. And maybe like eighty five day, and that's okay You need to know that like a bay. I'm not one hundred. You know this is what's going on for me. Baby is going to be like I. Bet so what you need for me to support you it one hundred. right in that tower. Relationships play out. That's where the work is coming together. Most people think that they're going to solve. Be Marriage. Conflict in the marriage. And that's not true because there's always going to be something twitchell, right? Something's going to pop whether it's a level wine or a level tain of disaster. Pop, up, it's going to be conflictual, but that's not which zoos and helps marriages bribe hopes. She resolve a little bit faster. Some curious actor when you say your job as the couple's therapist is to. Take care of the relationship and I would imagine that a part of it is eventually helping the couple to learn to take care of the relationship. I WanNa know what does that look like taking care of the relationship as opposed to the two people in the relationship or the however many people right right? For Knowledge Pollyanna Fan of. Yes so when I take care of her relationship. It's not my job to like. You're right you're wrong. You need to do this. You need to do that. which is how people come to arguments right and we have people who hear that little voice with women, but they go past that little voice and keep on going. And! We have people who are. Trying to prove their point, or they're trying to defend themselves from being criticized. Or we have people that just get so overwhelmed down right so they're like. Nope I'm good, and then we have like belligerent foes who are saying if you don't get in the ring to fight with me and I'M GONNA press every trigger that I. Know to make sure you're getting ready to fight with me to show you that you care about me. then. You don't care if we don't have these. Down word based fights, then you don't care because you can just easily walk away and these are the things we've been trained to think for TV through our relationship. And it's not necessarily true right. These are these are actually the horsemen relationships as its aided by Gutmann at. The Inter relationships so taking care relationship saying you all had injury here. Your bond has literally been attacked by both of your behaviors. Are you willing to change that? To support this bond between you two. Are we going to be able to put your pride aside? Right. Because do you want to be right or do you want to be in a relationship Yeah, that question comes up often right. Yeah, and then it's also. What are you going to self sacrifice for goodness? 'cause, it doesn't seem like it's working. Both of you are just very happy.

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ULA rocket carrying US spy satellite launched from California

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

06:32 min | 4 years ago

ULA rocket carrying US spy satellite launched from California

"Orbit carrying with it. A new spy satellite for the National Reconnaissance office. The inner row will seventy-one mission lifted off from space launch complex six at the Vandenberg Air Force base in California. It was only the third time the seventy one minute all delta four heavy had launched from the west coast complex. Second-stage Elliott secure a fight level data's chick. Go delta. Go InterOil seventy-one Brophy. Ignition key minus ten nine eight. We should have mission. Six five four three two one and liftoff of the United launch alliance. Delta four heavy rocket within our L, seventy one for the National Reconnaissance office equals begin pitcher over maneuver. You're hearing the voice of Patrick more providing launch vehicle sent data twenty seconds to the plates in good shape. Refresher across all three are sixty engines boosters beginning to throw down to the partial thrust mood as expected corpus juris reach partial thrust chamber pressures continue to look good across all three are sixty eight engines Corp booster impartial thrust mode for recruiters in the full thrust mode because now passing Mexico maximum dynamic pressure and vehicles now past mach one dealt fours. No supersonic now. One minute thirty seconds into flight chamber pressures on all three are sixty eight eight engines continue look good booster. In the partial thrust mode port and starboard boosters in the full thrust mode launch vehicle is now twelve miles an altitude traveling it almost sixteen hundred miles per hour chamber pressures on all three engines continue look good coming up on two minutes into flight that can stage attitude control system press valve has been opened system. Now pressurising the play levels response looks good chamber pressures on all three engines continue look good vehicles now going to closed loop guidance the ical body rates look good just over three minutes. Now remaining in the boost phase of flight engine operating parameters. Continue look good the delta four rocket. Now. He's just one half of what it did. It launch burning propellant at a rate of almost five thousand pounds per second, two minutes, fifty five seconds soon. Vehicle body rates continue look good now with three minutes. Vehicles now passing mach five vehicle buddy rates continue to look good chamber pressures on the sixty eight engines continue to look good now coming upon three minutes. Twenty seconds into flight just over thirty seconds now remaining until strap on booster engine cutoff vehicles now passing mach ten chamber pressures on the sixty eight engines continue look good and port and starboard, booster engines. Now throttling down to partial. Trust in preparation for for cutoff as expected, and we have cut off the strap on engines standing by for separation. And we have good indication of separation of the port and starboard strap on boosters cord boosters now throttled back up to the full thrust mode. Engine response looks good for minutes. Ten seconds into flight chamber pressure on the core booster in the full thrust mode. Looks good upper stage lock system has begun boost chill down sequence to be in thermal conditioning of the upper stage engine now one minute remaining. The boost phase of flight and upper stage fuel system has begun boost phase chill down corpus there continues to look in the full thrust mode coming up on five minutes into flight little over thirty seconds now remaining until PICO equal body rates. Continue look good chamber pressure. Continue. Look good on the corporate. Stor now five minutes. Twenty seconds standing by for corbu throttled down shortly corbu stathes now throttling down as expected standing by for Biko, and we Biko booster engine cutoff. Staying by stage separation. And we have good indication of stage separation. Nozzle extension is now deploying we have pre start on the Earl ten standing by for admission on the ten we have ignition and full thrust on the oral tension pressure. Looks good body rates. Look good anyway for jettison. And we have good indication of payload fairing jettison. Than chamber pressure. Continued to look good on the old ten engine this. I burn today's mission last proximity twelve minutes. Six seconds National Reconnaissance office operates America's intelligence gathering spy, satellites previous west coast Doda for heavy launches have involved crystal. Okay. Holy live in high resolution imaging satellites flying to the southwest place. This spy satellites the polar sun synchronous orbits. It's these satellites on which Nassar's Hubble space telescope spaced. It just points op woods instead of down. In fact, the CIA off at NASA to these kale said lots hobble replacements, one of the unusual things about the launch of the seventy one spy satellite was that. Instead of traveling to the southwest. It's the jet was to the south east that could indicate that instead of being a whole satellite. It could be an electronic signals intelligence as dropping satellite flying in ammonia orbit Manja orbits lopsided to allow increase dwell time at high latitudes of the. Goals a top secret US air force x thirty seven b space shuttle as just completed its five hundredth day in all of it. The delta winged autonomous space played originally developed to be launched in the payload bay of Nashes now retired space shuttle fleet is on its fifth classified long duration mission. All previous flights of the OT orbital test vehicle program have established new records with the last flight the spacecraft sistership staying over for seven hundred and eighteen days that mission notice OT four was lords from the Cape Canaveral air force station in Florida bought a United launch live. Atlas five rocket back in may two thousand fifteen. It finally landed at NASA Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral inmate twenty seventeen Makia combined title of two thousand and eighty five days in space for the to space. Shuttles in the OT program. The current mission TV five began back on September the seventh twenty seventeen in the spacecraft was launched from the Kennedy Space is lodge. Complex that he nine a about a SpaceX falcon nine rocket all operations involving the x thirty seven b a highly classified. OT five was spotted by MTA. Satellite hunters last August, it was flying at an altitude of around three hundred and twenty kilometers that's low enough to suggest some type of intelligence gathering peration. And that's interesting because the US air force claims all TV flights designed to test new materials and systems and space with oh TV five carrying an advanced actually Embiid. The spread of the Ville to test experimental electronics and oscillating hate pot radiate is in the long duration space environment. But other reports suggest the city seven bays are actually being used to collect repay and modify satellites in orbit, and when we say modify satellites, I guess that well doesn't necessarily mean it's got to be American satellites WALDO TV five mission remains in. But a United launch alliance. Atlas five rocket. He's already being prepped for the. Six mission pets expected to fly from Cape Canaveral before the end of the year. You'll see the space time. I'm Stewart

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Everything you need to know about the 2nd Trump-Kim summit

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:55 min | 4 years ago

Everything you need to know about the 2nd Trump-Kim summit

"Among US officials with a benevolent often affectionate impression of Kim Jong UN in the past. He's jokingly talked about falling in love with him. He has talked glowingly about the beautiful letters. He has received from Kim. Here is what Donald Trump's. Rector of national intelligence and CIA director said about Kim just a week ago. North Korea will seek to retain its WMD capabilities in his unlikely to completely give up its nuclear weapons and production capabilities because it's leaders ultimately view nuclear weapons as critical to regime survival. The regime is committed to developing a long range nuclear are missile that would pose a direct threat to the United States. We are awfully happy to have back on the broadcast with us tonight. Tom nichols. He's a professor of national security affairs at the US, naval war, college and a specialist on Russian affairs. Hey, tom. How how alarmed should people be the difference between Donald Trump civilian Donald Trump as president? Of course is he's playing with house money now and he's playing with our national security seventeen security briefings in eighty five days should people be alarmed. I think it's always something to be concerned about when the president's not listening to his own intelligence experts. He has no other source of information. Really? He's got the the best sources of information in the entire world that has fingertips, and if he's not using those then you have to ask the question where is he getting his information when he contradicts, Dan, Coats, Gina hassle. How does he know what he's saying? How where is he getting that information? So yeah, it's very it's very concerning. It's very worrisome. I also have to play for you a snippet from last night's speech. I actually thought of you, and what your reaction might be to this. Because you and I have discussed this subject before here is Donald Trump on North Korea. If I had not been elected, president of the United States. We would right now in my opinion being a major war with North Korea. Tom what a sweeping thing to say that ignores the rigor that went into keeping the peace for decades of our lifetime. Important unknown here that I don't speak for the government on any of this. I was pretty stunned by that comment. Not least because one of the reasons that we were heading toward a conflict with North Korean my opinion, is that the president was creating a conflict with North Korea that that he he now wants credit for getting out of he was ratcheting up the rhetoric talking about how big is button was and American military might we've had a tense uneasy relationship with North Korea since the last time we went to war with them in the nineteen fifties. And that situation isn't getting any better and for the president to claim that but for his presence in the Oval Office. There would have been a war. I think is just irresponsible. It doesn't. It doesn't make any sense. But as is often the case, I think the president because of his career on television, and in business, I think the president thinks that you make things true by saying them often enough, but I don't think that. That was at all the case. And there are a lot of other very responsible people in the government who were making sure that we didn't end up in a in a shooting war with the with the North Koreans and now to a lot of your life's work for those of us who lived through the Cold War. This felt a little back to the future today. Here's the New York Times about Putin's new invincible missiles quote alarm by the Trump administration scrapping of Cold War era, arms control, treaty. The IMF Putin has ramped up warnings that his country is developing new hypersonic missiles that will travel at more than five times the speed of sound and will be for good measure invincible, Tom, please reassure the folks watching tonight that their children can sleep safely in their beds. Your children can sleep Justice safely tonight as they did the night before or year ago.

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Greek American Cancer Survivor Conquers World's Oldest Marathon

The Dave Ramsey Show

00:51 sec | 5 years ago

Greek American Cancer Survivor Conquers World's Oldest Marathon

"They just slough it off like this ol comeback old cliche momentum and baseball last as long as you next day starting pitcher so zack wheeler has a good game on the mound are back at we forgot hey haven't the marathon just quickly desi linden first woman from america to win the boston mary decades since one thousand nine hundred five and here's what she said afterwards the first american to win this race since nineteen eighty five days you've had a few hours now to have this reality sink in how does it feel the lyrics from sweet caroline so good so good so good that is the song see god so good so good so.

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