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"eureka garden" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

07:40 min | 11 months ago

"eureka garden" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

"She was speaking to my soul as an adult casper returns to. You've got mail whenever he's in a bad emotion place but casper doesn't treat the film like other movies. He loves for him. You've got mail is special watching. It includes all the hallmarks of a sacred ritual. This is a movie that i always watch on my own. One of the things. I really like to do is to watch it on. Dvd like the physical item of it is still kind of important to me. Just the physicality of putting in that dvd into the dvd player the music menu and the options. Like this so much that just takes me right back to that feeling of being a young teenager who's kind of lost in the world and then you know i will save the lines with the movie as it. Rum's you know. I'm going to the notch shop where it's font on these little. These little quotes that. I literally say out loud as the movie plays and so. It's kind of like a conversation that i feel like i'm in with the movie. Casper's you've got malpractice also includes another important element in so many rituals food in his case a full pint of haagen-dazs. With other tubs of ice cream. Promise myself that. I won't eat the whole thing even though eventually do with this one. I just fully accept that we're going all the way in with the whole tub and like dump pretend otherwise so it's just a spoon a tub of pralines and cream now too many of us downing tub of ice cream over a chick flick might seem like a relatively mundane event. The kind of thing many people do when they're feeling blue but as casper spoke more about you've got mail. It was clear his experience of watching the movie in the benefits he received from the practice or something much more profound. It's just one of those movies that eitan to to speak to the the feeling of emptiness and and it takes me into a place of joy and i. I feel like that's one of the beautiful things about rituals is that they can help us change the state of being that wherein right from one state into another and so i'm very fierce about like not letting anyone watch it with me because like this is a sacred space for just me in this movie. Why people think of a ritual. That's particularly sacred. They don't necessarily think of like cheesy nineties movie. But you've argued that this is exactly the kind of thing we can turn into a ritual. Yeah that's right like so if the moment think about a ritual we think of something that's really complicated or maybe even kind of exotic sized right monks some distant mountain or very complex religious ritual and. I'm really passionate about finding ritual in the day-to-day habits and routines. That we have the places that we already have. A glint of meaning can become the kind of fountain from which ritual develops and so this movie had such particular meaningful me and i started to realize like If i think about the way in which we add a layer of meaning onto a habitual practice. There's an opportunity for me to really think about this. In a ritual way to take more seriously the role that it plays in my life casper thinks that you should develop a similarly sacred ritual. But he's not to insist that it involved. Tom hanks or meg ryan at the sacred design lab. The startup casper co-founded casper and his colleagues have researched centuries of human culture to figure out how to create a meaningful ritual for today. So the way. I think about how to do that. Israeli this triptych off having an intention before you start paying attention while you're practicing and then repeating over time so intention attention repetition. Let's break that down first intention intention means that you have to mark out the practice. You're about to embark on as being special or holding a particular meaning thinks cyclist laura. Kenny preparing her socks. When she places down that damp towel she intentionally recalls victory at the junior championship years before the next part of the practice is attention. Attention means focusing your mind on the ritual and being present and mindful during it for laura. Kenny that must mean attending to the water soaking through her socks. I mean it's hard to think about anything else when you have wet socks right. The final part of the ritual triptych is repetition. Says you've got to perform the practice over and over and over again so that your brain recognizes that something significant is taking place. I mean one of the beautiful things about ritual is that it really is like time travel because when you practice something really intentionally as it has been done before. It feels like you're falling through time into each of those previous experiences. So what kind of ritual should you pick when you're feeling the need to reduce your anxiety and perform better. Do you just pluck something out of thin. Air casper thinks the most powerful rituals have meaning often because they're deeply rooted in personal or family history so many rituals become meaningful because then not created out of nothing but they come out of something that we recognized. Maybe it's a story that we were told as a kid you know. Maybe it's something that we saw happen to a apparent all. We know that it's a tradition family. That's where so much of the meaning comes from. Sometimes people who wanna create cool ritual stop from a blank canvas noise feels a little empty honestly like a little thin because then not engaging with tradition in some way for casper. There's a truly spiritual element to these mundane or even odd rituals. He argues. we shouldn't be ashamed of our personal customs just because they are endorsed by a particular church or faith when we can see the sacred in every day. that's really what meaning making his all about. It shouldn't be reserved just for professionals at retreat centers. Or you know two or three days a year when we feel like we're making a real effort like the the sacred is within between us all the time and of course in on the face of these rituals look a little silly but when we really engaged with them with a sense of reverence it's amazing how powerful they can be whether that placebo so not these at tools for psychology that can be incredibly powerful in helping us get kind of mental state that we want to be in. This is usually the point in the show. Or i give you some specific ideas about how to adopt happiness dip into your daily life picking a ritual to reduce your anxiety and perform better whether that's in school in the office on the sports field or the karaoke stage. That's something you have to do for yourself. The science shows that a ritual can help a lot but the particular ritual new pick for you requires right personal combination of meaning history and significance. The good news is that you don't need to get too hung up on the specifics. A wet sock a special breakfast favorite movie any act this meaningful to you can turn into a ritual that makes you feel and perform better. I began episode talking about how modern cosmonauts ritualistically copy. Eureka gardens urination practice but when i was working on this episode i learned that the russian space program recently announced that they'd soon be unveiling a new lighter spacesuit one with a ton of new scientific bells and whistles which might sound like a good idea except no one thought to tell the designers about this all important preflight leak practice tragically the new and improved russian spacesuit. It has no zipper which means the days of eureka guards bus stop ritual might be number which is a real shame losing out on this time. Honoured ritual won't just erode and important present day linked to the pioneering bravery of jury and other early spaceman. I also worry. It could compromise future cosmonauts performance because no matter how dumb and slightly yucky this and other rituals may sound. The science shows that they may be contributing more than we think to all of our missions successes happiness lab is co written and produced by ryan deli are ritual music was composed by zachary silver with additional scoring mixing and mastering by.

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"eureka garden" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

02:55 min | 11 months ago

"eureka garden" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

"Deeply rooted in our personal or family history so many rituals become meaningful because then not created out of nothing but they come out of something that we recognize. Maybe it's a story that we were told as a kid. Maybe it's something that we saw happen to a parent so we know that it's a tradition in our family. That's where so of the meaning comes from. Sometimes people who wanna create cool ritual will stop from know blank canvas noise feels a little empty honestly a little thin because then not engaging with tradition in some way for casper. There's a truly spiritual element to these mundane or even odd rituals. He argues. we shouldn't be ashamed of our personal customs just because they are endorsed by a particular church or a when we can see the sacred in every day. that's really what meaning making his all about. It shouldn't be reserved just for professionals at retreat centers. Or you know two or three days a year when we feel like we're making a real effort like the sacred is within and between us all the time and of course in on the face of it these rituals look a little silly but when we really engaged with them with a sense of reverence it's amazing how powerful they can be whether that placebos are not these a tools for a psychology that incredibly powerful and helping us get to a kind of mental state that we want to be in. This is usually the point in the show. Or i give you some specific ideas about how to adopt happiness tip into your daily life the picking ritual to reduce your anxiety and perform better whether that's in school in the office on the sports field or the karaoke stage. That's something you have to do for yourself. The science shows that a ritual can help a lot but the particular ritual new pick for you requires the right personal combination of meaning history and significance. The good news is that you don't need to get too hung up on the specifics. A wet sock a special breakfast favorite movie any act this meaningful to you can turn into a ritual that makes you feel and perform better. I began this episode talking about. How modern cosmonauts ritualistically copy eureka gardens urination practice but when i was working on this episode i learned that the russian space program recently announced. They'd soon be unveiling a new lighter. Spacesuit one with a ton of new scientific bells and whistles which might sound like a good idea except no one thought to tell the designers about this all important preflight leak. Practice tragically the new and improved russian space suit. It has no zipper which means the days of yuri gagarin's bus stop ritual might be number which is a real shame losing out on this time. Honoured ritual won't just erode an important present day linked to the pioneering bravery of jewelry and other early spaceman. I also worry it. Could compromise future cosmonauts performance because no matter how dumb and slightly yucky this and other rituals may sound. The science shows that they may be contributing more than we think to all of our missions successes..

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"eureka garden" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

17:00 min | 2 years ago

"eureka garden" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"CPU saw something on sale. It wasn't your size. It didn't matter. If you had the money you would buy it and then sell it to somebody else. Oh yeah traded for something else that you absolutely should. There was this constant people would come in and say what size are you. I have a really nice sweater. That's from Finland or I have a lovely. I saw some French cosmetics on sale. And you know and they're so it was kind of this market market place as well it was going on yes. Sort of ironically people had to be quite entrepreneurial in order to get stuff exactly exactly so that was going on and then there were people having affairs people not liking each other. Somebody flirted with her husband at some party and they weren't talking for three years. I remember we had I worked in one space On Pushkin Square and then we moved to what had been a press center during the Olympics. that's on Suba Ski Boulevard Art and when we had been in the first place it was just one big room with almost thirty desks Senate and as you recall call. Buildings are always overheated and in particular for women of a certain age I'm having heat flushes hot flashes They needed to cool off constantly and there was this constant twice a day private three and they would open all the windows and we would all go out in the corridor and the men would grumble about some middle aged woman who was going through menopause and it was driving them nuts because they had worked to do and she was always hot and we had to freeze the room constantly. You know it was kind of stat was even background. Oh God yes absolutely. It was a very familial kind of relationship with all the ups and downs. That go with that. Yes yes so. That's partially the kind of background to understanding. How how their relationships is in this big office work? It's a some kind of statistical firm something like that company go to right and yeah and so is the English title coal so it tends to come out here as being office romance but I stumbled upon your a victory for the the director Eldar Resolve. And I think you'd you'd cold it office affair instead of a slump because Serramonte isn't a fair That's what it is and there are actually well. I won't spoil it for you but it is all about love affairs. Okay so plural in yeah which will have to keep out for that. I'm I'm quite excited to see this one. I couldn't quite believe the I'd only actually seen one. Full Eldar is on a film because it feels like I've seen more of them. I've I've only seen well. You can probably guess which one I've seen irony of fate which on on the podcast and weirdly the first when I ever saw was a tiny sliver of the I think it's called something like the extraordinary adventures of Italians in Russia Russia. Yeah yeah that was as well yeah on the TV in some restaurant. I was in my first year over there. Yeah there's a sort of a like caper movie and then it will. I hadn't realized is the hero in this is Uh the same actor Andrei Mikhalkov who was Genu- in Ireland Fa did not recognize him from the Post. I have to say. Yeah yeah no he does well He. There's lots of transformations in this Film so does a makeover montage Very Much Hollywood's definitely and there at the time. This movie came out there particularly the woman who plays the main role Freed Lick. She starts off no makeup hair. brushback Jack horrible suit and everybody thought it was this incredibly heroic acting job that she was willing in to make herself so ugly and unattractive to play this role But her acting they acting actually thing is just kind of spectacular throughout Yeah I'm really looking forward to seeing her in a row where she gets a bit more to do. 'cause I the very first episode of this podcast. I watched style kid yeah. She's very small role. Yeah Yeah and she doesn't get very much is to do besides have a bit of a fit on on the floor. I mean she gets a little Soliloquy as well towards the end but yeah it's Not the not the best role. I think people have mentioned That Tarkovsky wasn't always the greatest a Giving women in his films something to do. Yeah that's true. Yeah Yeah Yeah well excellent we should probably crack on with with watching the film okay and there is a thing that we that we say every time and the thing that we say is exactly as a longtime translator. I think I'm going to pass the explanation of the word over to you. Michelle if you wouldn't mind well Basically what it means is. Let's go where off. Let's get going and it's well I know I'm I want to say that. It's it's made most famous by Eureka Garden. But that's I'm not quite sure that's true but when he was ready to be launched into space God bless him. He said by you clearly you know and it had this kind of you know. Let her rip. Let's go. We're out of here. It was very confident. Gordon and even a little bit cocky and so kind of slangy for this extraordinary thing that he was just about to do. Yeah Yeah I love loved the contrast between that and one small step for man because as it should have been a man is so much you know this is is a momentous. Well one about Word Mon so we better have something her prepared to say whereas neca Gosh like a year. Let's girl you know. Let me get Outta here. I'm out of here. Yeah and listen to his voice. It's absolutely a excited and looking forward to it totally fearless just sort of an amazing amazing person anyway so pie I usually and and we're back Michelle and I have just watched office romance or as we learned last time office affair donned before we talk about what we thought of it. We're just GONNA have a quick summary of the plot from Shell so if you haven't watched it yet. Let's and you want a spoilers. This is the time to. If you haven't already posed podcast go away and watch the film and then come back and enjoy the rest of the episode spoiler free okay spoiler alert issues over to you. Michelle okay so it begins with Moscow in Nineteen nineteen seventy eight and it follows a bunch of people and the Metro and all of that sort of commotion and you see everybody. Rush into this statistical agency where you hear a voice describing the various people who work there it is headed and by a woman director played by a Lisa Free Lasik and she's got absolute mannish Kind of director. In fact at some point somebody says you know is your director woman at or what is she or something and they say she's like a director she's not a woman minute all hair back. No makeup thick glasses. Where's the same blue shirt and kind of Dull Brown jacket all all the time. Yes it was interesting watching film from the seventies and going okay so the Brown and orange thing that was going on in the West was also happening happening yes. It was a very brown yellow and orange time period. There is another character Anatoly Nova silts of WHO is Works in the counting department which is actually very unusual. Oh that was usually a woman's domain and he's also very unusual because his wife left him for another man and he went to court art and kept the two sons so he is raising these two young boys by himself so this kind of defiance of gender expectations on both. So you've got this mannish woman heading the organization and you've got this kind of womanish man In the organization there is also also a secretary Vera. Who knows absolutely everything? That's going on as all good sexy. Should as good secretary should and it also begins with a description of her as making a the salary of the secretary but dressing like somebody who spent all of her life abroad or something like that. She's very good at sort of buying things from one hand to the other constantly looking For the stylish thing to where there's a funny bit where she's looking at a pair of boots and she asks her boss The very manish director. Would you think of them in. The boss says it's I think they look a little bit too Showy and Vera says okay gotta take them then uh-huh and in the very beginning of this also. We are introduced to a new worker or a new per employee who has come come in from working abroad. this is the very handsome actor. Oleg Bussey less should really who plays Kind of the assistant director. Who doesn't actually work enough a lot? But sort of swans around looking handsome and passing out Marlboro cigarettes and looking authoritative lert. Yes exactly and then there is another very sweet woman who had gone onto school with both Nova south of and Ura this handsome fellow and had had a fling with him way back win and she kind of falls in love with him again and she writes him love. Letters that get passed on to him through Vera. And there's another character named Sherwood would off at the beginning of it as their sort of describing who everyone is. The voice says that sure is very nice person but unfortunately she's very active she got involved with The trade union activities early on and they can't get her out of it so she spends the the whole time kind of running around saying I need fifty kopecks for such and such you know their children starving in Africa were doing collection and All of this at the beginning of the movie. You also see a little bit of what I had talked about earlier of this sort of sense of it being kind of a big village village this organization or big kind of family where everybody comes filing in in the morning and all the young women sit down or all the women sit down in the first thing they do is they open up their purses and they take out their makeup in their little hand mirrors and everybody puts on their makeup and sort of does their hair and get ready for the day. What we see in the film is this Nova celts of who can barely make ends meet with his two? Oh kids is encouraged to try to ask for a raise and he can't bring himself to do it And and The Ura character played by by should be Has a party at his house and Nova Celta gets terribly drunk. ends up insulting the director. The Friedrich character the next day he goes in to apologize to her and they kind of open up to each other she starts crying. She feels like he was. He thought she was just horrible. and and a dried of old old maid and then she says but actually I work too many hours. Because I don't have a life outside this organization and they start to shoot kind of get to know each other they get to know each other enough that Ludmila Prokofiev near Kaluga That's the name of the director decides that maybe she should occur style a little bit. And there's this very funny scene where she pulls those Vera aside I she asks her first. She pretends that she has a A relative coming in from a town outside Moscow and this relative wants to know What stylish this these days so via two starts telling her she's like a blazer and she writes? What's that not only jacket a club jacket? Okay shreds the sound. They go in another room and she wants to know how she should behave. Steve and look a little bit more flirtatious. So verita says the person you have to do is learn how to walk. And she's very funny invitation of her sort of clumping across across the room. It's really main but and then she goes into this put you but a woman walks head head. Up is down shoulders back chest forward and she walks from her hips freely like a panther waiting to pounce. Let's see this poor Kaluga tried to do it the first time she does it veras like well. You look like a call girl you know she gets. This is hilarious scene anyway. This sort of this continues on with these subplots of the other women. Sending love letters to the guy who had been in Europe and on Nove self-serve and Kaluga beginning to kind kind of get involved a little bit or being friendlier to each other And at one point the euro character our decides that he just doesn't want these love letters anymore so he goes to Shura who who is part of the playoffs. I use the trade union and in the old days. This is another slight sort of play on gender roles because in the old days if a woman's husband was cheating on her she would go to the to the say used the trade union and they would have have a whole meeting and they would say you know von abundance. This is terrible you have to be a family man. You can't do this that kind of stuff so he goes to shura any any. He wants her..

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"eureka garden" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:17 min | 3 years ago

"eureka garden" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Tag. Handle here on a Friday morning, June twenty one and back we go to rod pile. Cool space dues to more planets that may have more Sion's living on them even though they're up gently Mars, so that ongoing story of extra planets were up to four thousand one that are confirmed now and it's getting harder and harder as the water on Mars story. You know, it's getting harder to to build a good spin on this like two more planets, but these are fairly close early about twelve light years away. And they're in kind of most common type of star red dwarf, which means at smaller dimmer than our sun. So they're year one plant years, five days or phase and the other is eleven days. So they got real fast orbits. But the thing we like, is there in the right place to have liquid water on the surface and therefore, potentially harbor life, assuming the atmosphere turns out to be constructive, properly and so forth? Where do you go from here, you, so it's in the right place. Right. It's in that magic golden zone. It may or may not have water. What do we find out beyond that? I mean at what point we say? Yeah, yeah. You got these little space aliens crawling around there. So what we need. At least the first step is to get some larger telescopes on in orbit possibly, you're on earth. We can't get up door, but the can actually start observing plants directly and looking for the kind of spectral signature. We want to see in the atmosphere that might indicate life there. So things like methane and so forth, then that's a hint. And at that point, it's time to send something out there. That's as you pointed out earlier, much bigger step. Yeah. That's gonna be years. I mean, before if you're talking twelve light years away, and you have the as you were talking about their spacecraft added in the works, at least being planned that can fly there at warp speed whatever the hell. Well how you described it. So it's not going to be in our lifetime. Or our kids lifetime or their kids lifetime. So we're a long ways away from there. And what are we? Well as say, what good comes of that other than okay, they're there. It gives us a better understanding. No, it doesn't it just tells us there's amoeba out there someplace. Well, amoeba out there is pretty exciting. I remember back in the nineties AOL pulled a member America. Online. Sure, they pulled a April Fool's day stunt where they put up a headline said life detected Jupiter's atmosphere, and I had a real moment there. And I thought, man, you really start unraveling the implications of this for a lot philosophy and metaphysics and religion and everything else for human beings, it suddenly becomes a really huge thing to actually verify life elsewhere. And then they admitted it was a gag and I got pissed off. But I think the philosophical implications are huge scientific implications a huge and that understanding may help us learn how to look for for life elsewhere, even in just our solar system. Yeah. Boils down to is it is important as a good ham, and cheese on a bad yet. And the answer is probably go. Yeah. Obviously some these things up in a way that really makes sense. All of us. But I'm actually, you know much kidding as I do. I am a huge fan of exploration, just understand who we are. Because finding out who they are has a lot of I think a lot of health and finding out who we are. All right now, that's enough for fortune cookies. Let's talk for a moment about Apollo fiftieth anniversary. Now I'm off to vacation. And I the last day of my vacation, I'm going to be at the Kennedy Space Center and spending spending the entire day there. I am excited beyond excited to before, never, oh, you're gonna love it. Yeah, I never I only have one day, unfortunately. I mean it's enough, if you're not if you're going to take the full on go see everything for bunch of money to her. It'll be the full day. But if you're just going to the museum and the kind of music park area, they have it's a bad term. But you know what? I mean interactive displays that's plenty. It is the best the best setup. All of all the NASA field centers. That's by far the best explorer bus tour that couple three hours. It takes to the launching pads the assembly building of the Saturn five in pretty pretty exciting stuff. I truly am looking forward to that love the but you're going to go to the old launchpads, especially the Gemini ones ago, you gotta come back and we're going to get on the phone for one of these are going to say it was just the concrete stool, what's the big deal? Believe me. I was very, very excited when the mercury program started I was just very, very young. It was obviously a young kid, but I can still remember the excitement of Alan Shepard going up in Eureka garden. And the Russians beating at every single turn. Matter of fact, it was that last moonshot where we really built where we really rebel the kicked the Russians butts up to that point, the Russians were ahead of every single way weren't they? We really overtook them about nineteen sixty five you know, they were they were going, great guns. I human in orbit first woman in space, they claim they kind of did the first round of, but it really wasn't. It was just a close pass orbits. But it was in the gym, and I program, but sixty five sixty six where we actually able to start first, we had a rendezvous to Gemini, spacecraft, and we had Jimmy spacecraft Rhonda and dock with these unmanned of targets, they had, so at that point, we'd really grossly surpassed their ability, and it just took off. They were struggling to actually try and get their desperate moon program to work and the rockets blowing up, and they just they weren't even close. And we were just kicking their butts in retrospect, the race to the moon turned out not to be much of a race. CNN is I think it's this Sunday has documentary about that which I can't wait to see anyway. All good stuff. Thanks, rod. See, I am interested in this stuff. Really do like it. All right. Cool. Cool space news, brought to you by the Paulo eleven immersive live show, which I'm going to see in that will be at the Rose Bowl. I think right, visit Apollo eleven show dot com for tickets. And rod, of course, is, it's a pile books dot com. Wa L E where his website and all the great stuff. He has in the podcast, which happens do the podcast here on KFI every week or two. All right. The way the, the, the Rose Bowl thing of the convention earlier, one of the guys that helped produce this thing is a friend. He's a Swiss airline pilot along airline pilot who actually with his own money as kind of a hobby opened abuse Eum, about the Apollo program in Switzerland. So that's the kind of dedication this behind this presentation. It's gonna be really cool. Cool. All right. We'll talk again, for or with you for a cool space news. Take care. All right. Coming up handle, on the news, late edition, and it is a super segment. So we go for the full half hour. No breaks in the middle. This is KFI AM six forty. Jennifer pheasant and Trump has claimed the US was just minutes from multiple military strikes in Iran before tea called Trump tweeted, the military was in his words cotton loaded last night to retaliate for Iran downing US drone. The Trump says he was told the strike would kill a hundred fifty people and he felt that was not proportional for the downing of an unmanned aircraft. Trump says he's in no hurry. Because Iran is struggling sanctions and the US the best military in the world and Ronnie, and state media agency is posted images of what it says are pieces of that down. US drone Iran continues to claim the drone was shot down over a Ronnie airspace..

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"eureka garden" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"eureka garden" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Understood dot org for the one in five kids with learning and attention issues. This is what life can feel like explore understood dot ORG, a free online resource about learning inattention issues designed to help your child thrive in school and in life. Understood dot org because understanding is everything brought to you by understood dot ORG and the Ad Council. In other Sunday at the Fred Meyer four days ale, you'll find hot deals just visit Fred Meyer dot com or the app and find all the favorites. You can save on at Fred Meyer. Sixty seconds to music. Movin ninety two point five second day, powered by Lincoln, south food authenticity app and Lincoln S f h dot com. Signs pop quiz. Are you reading who was the first human to orbit the earth, honestly Eureka garden, and we're celebrating Yuri. Yeah. You're getting down for you at the museum of flight for Yuri's night this year. Yeah. April twelfth nineteen sixty one was designed me history by becoming the first human to orbit the earth. But now the party is continuing with Yuri's night. It's a space party for twenty one Knoller. There's there's dancers music, there's technology to pay tribute to humankind's I celestial journey and the museum is doing it. Right because transformation their great gallery into a nightclub with some of the best electronics deviates from the northwest. There's astronomer taken the center stage support from subset and Ainsley. There'll be an eclectic mix of drinks and food trucks to fuel your evening dancing with photo booths. Virtual reality experiences at other space theme. Activities to add to the fun. It's April twelfth, and you can get your tickets online right now, of course, museum of flight dot org where you can plan day trips as well. You know, when you want to bring the kids, I mean, there's so much having museum of flight. You gotta go to their website museum apply dot org. It's young Jeffrey with your own ways on point traffic..

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