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"gorgons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That's one of the weird things about looking at China growth because obviously Europe wants China growth but the energy sector probably doesn't want China if growth you're in Europe because of the demand pull. What are you noticing in China whether it's LNG or oil demand pull? Well it's been gradual, it's been slower than people expected it to be but it is coming back and I think that's one of the reasons why you've seen crude oil prices tightening. Is that inventory restocking do you think or is that end user demand? It's always a hard little bit to tell. The data out of China isn't exactly as transparent as it is in other parts of the world but I think it's probably indicative of an economy that is finding some traction and is moving forward. Record oil demand this year, all -time record demand, right up a couple million barrels a day versus the prior year. It'll grow again in the year ahead and so as long as the global economy stays relatively healthy demand for these products steadily marches forward. You guys are gonna become majority owner in what could be the world's largest hydrogen production and average facility. There's that. You do have a huge carbon capture facility next to Gorgon in Australia etc. These things are huge and they're expensive and some have been around for a while. Hydrogen though is new. How do you know Know how how much capex to realistically allocate before you're like this is too big and it's a money suck. How do you see this playing out? There are a lot of places you could invest in hydrogen. You can invest in blue hydrogen. You can invest in green hydrogen. There's different carbon intensities. There's different technology pathways. We've had an entire organization that spends all its time working on the technical, the commercial, the practical engineering realities of these things and looks find the best places to start. Certainly in the U .S. we've seen some policy through the IRA which creates incentives. Those aren't intended to last forever but they can help prime the pump as we bring the technology costs down. The project you referenced is a project in Utah which is actually very economic today. We'll take Surplus renewable power that comes from primarily from wind in the western U .S. and when it's more than the grid needs, which happens during certain times of the day, we can use that to convert water into hydrogen. We'll store the hydrogen in underground caverns and then at other times of the day when you want to bring that power back, we can bring the hydrogen out of the caverns. It can be put into a gas -fired power plant along with natural gas to produce lower carbon electricity. So it's an example of something that's technically feasible. The economics and contract terms give us a return on our investment and it's a platform from which we can then grow. That was Mike Wirth, chairman and CEO of Chevron, with Bloomberg's Alex Steele and Guy Johnson. And coming up we'll hear more from Wirth on prospects for inflation. You're listening to Bloomberg Best. Today, ophthalmologists can get countless hours to practice their skills surgical before operating on real patients, thanks to fundamental VR and Orbis's Metaverse training platform. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. Together we have the opportunity to build a more sustainable and inclusive future. At the Bloomberg New Economy Forum, we help make this possibility a reality by cultivating new connections among global leaders that transcend geographies, industries and ideologies. Because when global leaders work together, the outcomes benefit all of us. Learn more at bloombergneweconomy com.
"gorgons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That's one of the weird things about looking at China growth because obviously Europe wants China growth but the energy sector probably doesn't want China growth if you're in Europe because of the demand pull. Are you, what are you noticing in China whether it's LNG or oil demand pull? Well it's been gradual, it's been slower than people expected it to be but it is coming back and I think that's one of the reasons why you've seen crude oil prices tightening. Is that inventory restocking do you think or is that end -user demand? It's always a little bit hard to tell. The data out of China isn't exactly as transparent as it is in other parts of the world, but I think it's probably indicative of an economy that is finding some traction and is moving forward. We're gonna see record oil demand this year. All -time record demand right up a couple million barrels a day versus the prior year. It'll grow again in the year ahead and so as long as the global economy stays relatively healthy demand for these products steadily marches forward. You guys are gonna become majority owner in what could be the world's largest hydrogen production and storage facility. There's that. You do have a huge carbon capture facility next to Gorgon Inn in Australia, etc. These things are huge and they're expensive and some have been around for a while. Hydrogen though is new. How do you know how much capex to realistically allocate before you're like this is too big and it's a money suck. How do you see this playing out? There are a lot of places you could invest in hydrogen. You can invest in blue hydrogen. You can invest in green hydrogen. There's different carbon intensities. There's different technology pathways. We've got an entire organization that spends all its time working on the technical, the commercial, the Practical engineering realities of these things and looks to find the best places to start. Certainly in the S U we've seen some policy through the IRA which creates incentives. Those aren't intended to last forever but they can help prime the pump as we bring the technology costs down. The project you referenced is a project in Utah which is actually very economic today. We'll take surplus renewable power that comes from primarily from wind in the western U S and when it's more than the grid needs, which happens during certain times of the we day, can use that to convert water into hydrogen. We'll store the hydrogen in the underground caverns and then at other times of the day when you want to bring that power back, we can bring the hydrogen out of the caverns. It can be a put into gas fired power plant along with natural gas to produce lower carbon electricity. So it's an example of something that's technically feasible. The economics and contract terms give us a return on our investment and it's a platform from which we can then grow. That was Mike Worth chairman and CEO of Chevron with Bloomberg's Alex Steele and Guy Johnson. And coming up we'll hear more from Worth on prospects for inflation. You're listening to Bloomberg best. When you get your news from Bloomberg, you don't just get the story, you get the story behind the story, how your battery may not be as green as it seems, why a decrease in global birth rates could send countries scrambling to increase immigration. You get context and context changes how you see things, how you change things. Because context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg com to get context. Bloomberg Radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest edition of the tape podcast, a conversation with Kevin Tynan at Bloomberg Intelligence. By expanding for stills and GM and holding the line on Ford probably motivates
"gorgons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Probably heard the term carbon capture it's the idea that through a very complicated expensive process carbon dioxide that spit out during the production of fossil fuels can be captured and stored deep underground instead of letting it escape into the atmosphere where it contributes to global warming billions despite and billions of dollars spent it's never quite worked the way it's boosters have hoped and yet oil companies and governments continue to invest in carbon capture and storage as they look for ways to meet ambitious net zero goals we're investing in innovation and hastening the scale up of new technologies like carbon capture and enhanced nuclear and clean hydrogen it's really important for everyone to recognize that even in 2050 when we are at net zero it is forecast that around a quarter of our energy needs will still come from oil and gas that's why technologies like carbon capture and storage are important Canadian companies are leaders in developing technologies such as carbon capture and storage next -generation biofuels advanced batteries for electric cars and cleaner oil sands extraction processes this creates good jobs and it also helps the planet but bloomberg stepchinsky and david stringer report that time is running out to prove that this David some of those numbers you were thrown out are pretty mind -bending 300 new facilities the size of Gorgon need to be built it's gonna cost 4 .5 trillion dollars is this at all realistic it's a big ask but we're already saying from governments is there is political will and money is being and put into action to try and make this reality if we just think about president biden's big centerpiece the inflation reduction act that contains huge provisions to offer tax credits which is going to dramatically lower the cost of this technology it'll certainly cover the cost of operating carbon capture facilities in the uk they're committing 20 billion pounds to these carbon capture projects in the next couple of years and we're also seeing areas like the european union they've
"gorgons" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"About Kendall that I personally relate to. He tries so hard. And you know, he overshoots the Mark. And he tries so hard when the raft. So don't try to run your mouth at the king. Just pucker up bitch and go kiss the ring. L to the old G I'm not gonna lie. I tried so hard too. You know, and I think that's where it lives. It had to. When you were up there, were you enjoying that? Was that was that a giddy release? Oh yeah. Absolutely. Personally, I think I felt quite foolish and this could be the end of me. I felt like I might just be making a giant fool of myself. But I also felt because the character never has a release because Kendall is not very expressive. It is very internal and it's a very controlled place to be. So to have that release and to have that platform did feel liberating for me. You know, the show kind of does this incredible dovetailing between the absurd and the painful and the pathos of that. But I guess the thing is, as an actor, you're not thinking about that. You can't play the pathos of something. You can't play the absurdity or the pain of something. You have to play the attempt at whatever it is you're doing. So in that scene, my only job is to give my father this gift at a celebration of 50 years in his business. And so I tried to do that. I won this rate of book about bob mitzvahs of the 1980s. Amazing. And it was straight out of that. Well, yeah. It was a 13 year old kind of Kendall thinking he was slick Rick. Having that moment that you'd always dreamed about which led to the season two finale, the press conference coup de grace, Logan has told Kendall, he's to be the blood sacrifice to protect way star Roy co because you're not a killer. You have to be a killer. That line Kendall's the one man in the show was who was quite literally killed someone. Then your character pivots morphs from sad boy into a whistleblowing killer, launching an all out war on his old man. Why is Kendall now ready to kill probably my most honest answer would be I don't know. I obviously needed for myself for it to be very, very clear as to why and where the turns on the dial happen exactly where they happen. And so for me, which might not be for Jesse or my law that our director, you're not a killer, is something that my dad said to me in the pilot episode. He said something tandem out to that. You know, sometimes it is a big dick competition. And that I'm not ready. I'm not up for it. You know, I'm not alpha enough. I don't know how to dominate. I know that he thinks that about me. It doesn't mean that it doesn't grate me to hear him say that again. It did. But for me, there was some further element that in the early drafts was absent. And so Jesse and I had a lot of exchange about this. I felt like we had a bullet and a firing pin, but we needed a hammer. To me, the hammer had to do with something my father says, when he ties no real person involved to the boy. At this point, I do think I deserve it. I think I am very much planning to be the blood sacrifice as an act of penitence and atonement for my crimes. I think that I deserve to take the fall. And then my father slips in this one comment about this boy who I didn't really know, but who I don't live a day without feeling immense sorrow for what I did. And my father says no real person involved. He's denied ever saying NRP. And then in that scene, he very casually, when I say, I deserve it. And my father says no real person involved. And that, to me, is where something changed. You've compared this transformational moment to the scene from The Godfather where Michael Corleone sees his bride's car blown up in Sicily. That moment he's ready to go back and be a killer. Because whatever final vestiges of his humanity and his capacity for love or tenderness have been destroyed, how did it feel to play that press conferencing? You know, I know that my father is a bastard. I know that he's a monster. I know that he's abusive. But up into that point, I don't think I have seen that my father is for lack of a better word evil. And so that's something that once I saw that, once I saw the Gorgon head of that, there was no going back. And I think a sudden clarity descended on me. And I knew what I had to do. And it wasn't even out of malice or vindication, it was out of just suddenly, it became clear to me and it's as if, you know, when Hamlet comes back and act 5, you know, and he's been through what he's been through. When he has this sort of clarity about things, let be the readiness is all. I feel like Kendall has this actual piece descends on him. So that the press conference for me wasn't a fuck you, dad. It was almost like my dad is dead to me. And it's my turn. And this is what I should have done a long time ago. But for whatever reasons, I didn't have the ability or the inner power to do it until this moment. But I think I've earned that power finally. And now I think the exciting question is how am I going to wield that power and how is that position of power going to affect my psyche? And either fill a hole in me or not fill that hole in me because I'm an addict. On the show and I think my ambition has become a form of that, a substitute for using and sort of addiction to power and as we all know, there's no there there. So Jesse and I have been talking about Fitzgerald's book the crack up. I don't know what season three has in store yet, but I know in terms of the character's psyche, it's going to be a very different Kendall than the Kendall we've seen before. Scammers are best known for living the high life, globe trotting on private jets, dining at 5 star restaurants, and driving 6 figure sports cars. That is, until their House of Cards collapses, and they're forced to trade it all in for handcuffs and an
"gorgons" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
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"gorgons" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Upkeep
"Chance of failure for everyone so there is a six percent chance that the entire party just dies right at the gecko. The banshee uses wail. Everyone rolls they all fail and they all die. I don't think any challenge rating for thing to have a move. They could just kill a party. Six percent of the time and because it's fifty percent odds on these characters that means that inversely there's only a six percent chance that no one fails so in a majority of all fights at least one person if not to people are going to zero at the beginning of a fight which means that you have to characters that just took ten damage that are dealing damage to a creature that supposed to be fought by four level for characters and that is why this tv. Hey is brought to you by benches. And that's just one banshee. We've got plural band. She's coming in fighting people you. I think that's the thing i think. A group of cheese can kill even like a level twenty party because even at level twenty constitution savings People sometimes still don't change like people might have a fifty percent chance of failing this role even at level twenty and it doesn't matter how much healthy happy you still dropped zero. And so if you're going up against group advantages that are spamming the whale ability. You can kill so many so many groups with the banshee. Which is why. I actually try not to run and cheese because i think they are not a well-balanced creature. Wow that is. That is quite a teepee k. Could i can imagine it's That's not a fun session. Not at all especially 'cause when you're when you. Tk where everyone tried their heart out and everyone did really good moves. They're just something happened right like maybe one mistake but when the group dies just because you failed one single roll. That's when you feel bad. And i don't think a single role makes a party creature fair like if you had if you have to fail three roles in a row against something that makes it fairly even gorgon which can turn you to stone. You've failed twice. If the failed twice in a row for the gorgon attorney to stone which can still be fixed later and a gorgon is like a pretty high rated creature but a banshee like hold might be or gorgon. I'm going to go take down some level fours pretty easily. Yeah when i. When i ran my group against like some final boss demi lich. I even nerve that down to you had to fail twice. 'cause i feel any role where you failed once. Just feel so bad like the word the the other feeling that is terrible. Like when you run in by yourself you get knocked out in all the characters there are like well might as well use my turn to beat the corpse to death and it's like what there's no one else here. You're here by yourself. There's going to beat your corpse to death until you're permanently dead and you're just they're like they're double tapping their deviled happened..
"gorgons" Discussed on KCRW
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"gorgons" Discussed on KCRW
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"gorgons" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast
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"gorgons" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Fortunes of America first brought to you by car firearms. The first foreign policy speech by the 46th, president of the United States has been made Who better to analyze it? And our good buddy vice president, the Heritage Foundation Jim Carafano, by the way, who's just stolen, although best people from DHS to be his fellows and also a guy called Pence, right? Yes. Oh, visiting fellow. So Mike Pence during Heritage as a distinguished visiting fellow Chad Wolf. Former second element security can Cuccinelli our brother in arms? Who we love, Deputy Secretary Homeland Security and Mark Morgan, My ghost no hero. All visiting fellas and just great not look. It's not about having big names on the marquee. But these are the people that moved got things done in crime. No, no understand the problems the challenges of the world. Yeah, the people that really have concrete knowledge and so much value and we'll suck of dry like a vampire. Okay, On another note, Let's talk about by this first speech on foreign policy. Yeah. So how does it right? How does it compare? Said two things really quick one is And thanks for asking the question because leadership as it knowing the history of this is you having your is his rhetoric and action, right? Nobody would remember JFK saying We're going to go to the moon. If we hadn't gotten the boot exactly So, so they go together and their best when they fit together, and let's be honest in the world in which we live in which the bad guys could really care less what we say what we do actually matters more than what we say. So if you look at Biden's speech, the first half is a lot about I waved my finger and Putin. I waved my finger at the Chinese. I wave my finger in Burma. You know, I told her on, you know, they don't care another kind of regimes that care about finger wag right, And you haven't even done anything yet. So so that that's part of the speech kind of fell flat because he actually hasn't been tough on anybody else. Do you see tension between blinking and the president cause they don't seem to be talking on China. He seems to be Maura. Robust or not. I suspect I'll give you the I suspect this administration will be OK on China and Asia. I think they'll be decent on Europe. I think they're going to be a disaster in the Middle East. I worry about them losing Africa and Latin America, the China So there you go. All right, movie trivia about important stuff. No. The second half of the things that the second half of the speech story the important things we really need to work on. And it's like climate change and gender issues. And I'm like you're the head of China and you're listening to speech. Say, Oh my God, How's this guy gonna treat us and he's talking about the really important issues. I mean, they've gotta be laughing. But here's the thing is, if you All the important it's just another punch list of liberal ideas whistling. And so it's very disappointing that that in your first speech happier spring half of your first speech is about the really important stuff. Which is just crap that liberals love and nobody. Nobody else you know really cares about. I think you can draw your own conclusions. So yeah. How's your Japanese? Could you Uh, isn't that something do with Godzilla. Strange means strange beast, and it's a category of film. And you're right. Probably the most famous cause you film of all on the one that wanted always was Godzilla right, which is a Japanese movie about nuclear fall out more throat road and everything else. And, of course, if it what's really interesting is you know there was a Japanese film, and then the Americans bought the movie, and then they actually cut scenes in with an American. So it would would be more appealing than American audience. And that actually wasn't the only film that they did that they did with some others. And and, of course, now we've got like Godzilla vs Hung. This is this'd a decades long of all kinds of wacky monsters with three genre, So here's Here's where they missed the boat. Where the film they should have made about the the greatest monster of all time. Where's The Gorka Oh, that's good, right? That's shouldn't that be a monster film The Gordon Gold card. Just remember Gorgon. They can't do the voice of before. Can I? There should be a film. What does not even know what Corker means? But there should be a film called the Garden. Go Come in Small Mountain. See that works. Is that good? Yeah, right. Okay. So I get half of whatever you make off of this. The other one on this is when, when Sonny designed a weapons package. Uh, based on the air 15 with three different calibers, and they wanted to set it. It was my idea, and they developed it. They can came up with this. How does this one do? 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"gorgons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"gorgons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"gorgons" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Monday. We told you about a new band Lady Gaga and the Goo Goo dolls were forming called Google Gaga. The next day, it was announced that the go go dolls were going to join that band, so the new group would be called What? Vicky Goo Goo, Ga Ga. Go go yesterday It was announced that the band's posters were going to be displayed at the Guggenheim Museum. And an installation called the Google Goo Goo, Ga Ga. Go go well today. Turns out we found out the poster was actually created by French impressionist Paul Gauguin. I got it. Okay, That's a gold gang goo goo, ga ga go Go at the gorgons. How money so way aren't even done with that. I have so many more chapters to that, Joe. Seriously that from earlier today. Yeah, just the more I hear that the more I think you know what? Maybe we'll just put the Goo Goo Ga GA jokes to bed for a while. But a lot of you are suggesting other ways to tell that so we'll continue to monitor that speed jokes responsive by team Hochberg you can share with your friends. Just go to WGN radio dot com slash speed jokes. Email your best efforts to John Williams, WGN radio dot com. Your laughter. Will you read? For us the text to come in when we do our bright side of life segment, Sure thing. We got a lot of text by the way about America's got talent, John. How about tape face from America's Got talent. I don't know what these are asked about Grace vendors wall of somebody John. I love America's Got talent. It's so entertaining everything from the sublime to the ridiculous I just don't watch that show. Maybe I will tape face. He was what was that? He was just a guy that had tape over his over his mouth and he just did weird things. Like he was actually funny. He was like a mine, You know, But he was He was funny. And grace were Vander Wal was the young banjo player. I believe, okay. She was very talented. She won one year to take face did not win. However well are some of the people there, Mary with talents that they are kind of making fun of that person. Yeah. I mean, some. I think they brings a few on just so they have something to make fun of, you know, on Bond. But, yeah, there are some that are really well. I thought that there was a while where, um, American Idol Early in its run was kind of mean about that, you know? Where they would put people on our show the audition and not let him advance. But at least we got to ridicule them. Yes, well, And I hated that about that show. Um, but but I think they stopped doing that. No, they don't. They don't do that much anymore And well, plus, you know, Simon, who was on you know for a while, but he's long gone from the show, and he was the worst. Yeah, I would say so. Hey, we're about to do the bright side life segment. So here's your chance to call 3129817 200 call 3129817 200 right now tell us some good news in your world. Tell us why you're smiling. You can text in his well. We like to hear your voices, though That's 3129817 200. Also, if you go to WGN radio dot com, at any point in time today to interviews that we did to start the show you'll be able to hear one was with Kim Foxx, the Cook County state's attorney. We asked her about the Carjackings. Comes to mind is I'm looking at the text that come in any time Kim Fox comes in or on the phone or in the studio. The amount of I'll just say hate text that she gets is discouraging to me. I know she's unpopular for some reason some of them are deserved, but I don't think she deserves all the acrimony that she gets. I mean, when we set on Facebook, what should we ask Kim Foxx? Ah, lot of you simply said, when is she going to quit? She ain't gonna quit. She's the Cook County State's attorney, and she said something very interesting about the prosecution rate of carjackers, she said. Here's what happens. Somebody steals a car gunpoint. That's a Carjacking. It's aggravated. If they use a gun, they drive off with the car. The police eventually see the car and they pull it over. Here's what often happens. The person driving the car is not the person that stole it. So now that person is in a stolen vehicle, But they're not. The carjacker in the kid in the back seat was also arrested. He's like, Wait. I don't know what happened. What, my buddy pick me up in a car. What did I do wrong? You got all of these arrests. Some of them are misdemeanors. Some of them are not Carjacking at all. And then some of them are but if she said, if you just limited to the people who are the aggravated carjackers The prosecution rate, or was it the conviction rate? But the number everybody wanted to hear is about 92% 92% of those are charged with aggravated Carjacking. I don't think they exactly call it Carjacking. And now I don't remember if that was the prosecution rate or not, But the number that we head her up with was that of the 1100 cases. Last year, 900 of them were charged his misdemeanors, she said, Well, you got to figure out which group you're talking about. Here. Some are misdemeanors, and some are felonies. The conversation is a WGN radio dot com on the John Williams Show. Janice Jackson was our guest in the first hours Well, and she gave what I thought was a pretty convincing case for opening the school's back up and the teacher's going back in Okay, time for bright side of life. We always started with a little.
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"gorgons" Discussed on 790 KABC
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"gorgons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"gorgons" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
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Listener Mail: An Appreciation for of Cultural Perspectives
"Well maybe we should I take a look at this e mail we got from Ming Now This was in response to our episode. M I B or in IB. I think this was to be feature this from the vault recently. I think we did. I believe we dared. Yeah Yeah So. This episode Concerned similarities underlying traditional paranormal experiences that people attribute to supernatural forces like the Devil. And then you know mid to late twentieth century experiences of the so-called men in black. Or what could be the you know what could be the common underlying psychology and stuff like that With those two types of experiences so essentially we're talking about the ways that ufo beliefs might spring from the same wells is more traditional religious or supernatural beliefs and toward the end of the episode. I think I wondered out loud if there is any modern folklore in Chinese culture similar to the alien abduction in men in black complex in in American culture. I couldn't find any evidence of that but I asked a listeners if they knew of anything like that and so in response. We got this great message from Ming. Ming says hi again Robert Joe. Hope you're both doing well and staying safe inside during this crazy time. Your playlists have been powering me. Through my work. From home days here in Toronto I wanted to write in after listening to the MIT or in IB EPISODE. Again as your conversation about aliens. Mib and what it'd be like In other cultures reminded me of Fu- fun thoughts. I'm not an ancient alien person but I do like to speculate in the name of science fiction and lower Growing up Chinese. I've also fed off of legends and myths of Asia. There's an idiom in Chinese that literally translates to heavenly clothes have no seams but figuratively describes things that are perfect. Flawless and seamless the story behind the idiom was written during the five dynasties and relates that a poet napping outside one night so heavenly figure descending from the skies. She was beautiful in her clothes were glowing. She introduced herself as the Weaver Girl. From the myth of the cowherd in the weaver girl and he noticed that her clothes had no seems when he asked about it. She simply answered. That clothes in heaven are made perfectly do not require stitching and therefore have no seems going off the aliens idea. It's fun to imagine if she had been alien and was wearing some kind of seamless body. Suit that aliens are often Kitted out with in movies to further link it to aliens in space. The weaver girl is the Chinese name. For the star Vega. The cowherd is in alter Which makes me wonder if she'd meant She was from Vega instead of actually being Vega or the weaver girl. Oh like she was from Vega which is great because Vega is where the alien radio signal comes from in. Carl Sagan's contact oh but Back to Ming's message There's also another piece of lore about Chinese legends that loosely relates to the theory of relativity a day in the heavens a year on earth protagonists of stories who were mortal or earthly to start with often. Find out too late that once they ascend to the heavens a single day up in the sky means a year has passed down on earth so the mortal family they once had were all gone by the time they've managed to finish the task. They needed to do up in the heavens. I've read some discussion in Chinese about this. Some people think that the concept came about because ancient people understood that time passes differently depending on perception but a great many who were into fi or the ancient alien troopers. Believe this is possible. Proof that an ancient people understood the theory of relativity because someone somewhere had experience with space travel. Anyway these stories have some very loose ties to things you spoke about in the episode beings descended from the heavens or space ancient alien sleep related phenomena. So thank you both for reminding me of these interesting if stray thoughts. Thank you also for pulling in threads from other cultures while discussing many of your topics it may seem a small act for you but it really enriches the podcast experience for people of other cultures. Keep doing what you do and much love from Toronto. Ming Awesome. Well that was a wonderful male. Obviously love to hear about a multicultural samples of some of the topics we've discussed and the other one was Was a real treat because I guess for me when I'm hearing this. It reminds me a lot of what. I'm pretty sure we discussed in that particular episode. The idea that like an incubus or sucky boatswain in various European traditions would have like a telltale flaw like goat feed or duck feet or something like that They would allow an individual to realize they were dealing with something that is not quite human and in a way this is a version of that right instead of a fly to perfection and like too much. Perfection is kind of a flaw in any sort of design that is allowing inhuman entity passes human. Yeah and I also really like this idea of ancient approximations of relativity now. Obviously I don't think it's very likely that that ancient Chinese people had experience with aliens or space travel. But I do think that relativity is one of those interesting things where you can intuit kind of General version of the theory just from experience of subjective experience of life right like you don't actually know that you know that the That mass or velocity alters space time you know or makes a you know extends or contracts space time you do at least know that time doesn't always feel like it flows at the same rate. Yeah you would. You would have some idea that that toiling in the soil Seems to take all day whereas just you know a an hour of pleasure seems to pass by in a moment so it seems reasonable that there would be the base acumen experience of of relativity. They'd be able to draw on and then working to some sort of You know a mythological structure but I do also like at this idea how there are myths of people going up into the heavens and then experiencing this time dilation It reminds me of like the scene in In interstellar where they have to go down to the planet that's very close to the black hole in the you know for them. They're down there for like twenty minutes or whatever but they come back to their Their their friend and colleague up in the space station. That's been orbiting it in for him. It's been twenty years.
Aaahh!!! Classic Monsters
"We thought we would talk. Hello Classic movie monsters or I guess. A derivative thereof You know all the films like Frankenstein Dracula creature the Black Lagoon and salon boy. Oh boy so yeah so we are. Actually we each picked one classic creature. We're going to be sharing history in details about that creature in the story about the story about them so should we. Should we drinks. Yeah okay so I'm going to actually hand the mic over to Tracy and you because I she has forty drinks that she's going to be sure they're all so I'm focusing on vampires and at total wine there was actually quite a bit to choose from uh-huh depending on how elaborate you WanNa get with the topic. There was even like walking dead wine assume that seemed like sheeting. That seemed like that would be better for his. Obviously yeah it's because it's actually from the TV exactly. So I can't have rick on the cover and be thinking of Bram Stoker works for me with that said that I brought three drinks because being hungover and being two o'clock in me not having lunch it just seems weird like crack. Open a bottle of wine right now but I do have Francis Coppola diamond red plans talk a little bit about Coppola going on. Because you can't really talk about Dracula directly without talking about Coppola and then I also because I don't like I said if I'm going to open that I also brought four. They use my teeth to pull the bag out. I have a lovely temper neo. Oh I love to drag on. And we'll talk a little bit about what dragons dragons relates reverse dragged him the vampire at least in literature but like I said that's a bit heavy so honestly what I think I'm going to start with. Breath is a nice blood. Orange Margarita and S- To serve it in as they said I just live seven houses down I brought on my own Hamilton Sippy Cup when I say Hola pouring that that's awesome chewing that All amazing choices see. That doesn't take a random rationalization cody did you notice that mixture. You have doesn't actually have to kill it in it. Oh I I forgot I also brought my own patrol. Never leave home without it. So the monster I chose today is Where wolves so what? I'm drinking today. Is a Lithuanian heritage. Beer called where wolf it's literally called Werewolf and it has a quite a high alcohol content. So that's so funny because just right before for the show Tracy and I were talking about how we like picking drinks. That aren't just the name. They require narrative. Chris here's where we'll there's nothing with that sound so bitchy all right so Chris is still looking to see what kind of beer is is it. Strong connect have a taste. Today makes one of us. Oh that is delicious is really good. That's dangerous Oh my God. I'm just GonNa Covet this break a command. It's a Belgian dark El okay. I'M GONNA try that too. Yeah so for my drink. I'm actually Old England. I'm actually doing Frankenstein. And so and that was that was what I was GONNA do. I was I went into English. Oh I hear terrible and like you know what. I just can't drink this after my night. I'm going to get something good. Mary Shelley found something actually liked Mary. Shelley well well I whenever you look at all these old stories. I what I think of it is. They all kind of intertwined sometimes in ways and they're just kind of these wild crazy stories stories. So I've found a blackberry merlot called twisted Vine Ohio. Yeah good expected to get a couple. I rolls maybe like really all right so with that I will get into history I didn't want to do anything like Hollywood movie. Poor history because that would have been very long and excessive in instead I thought I would give a weird overview on the history of monsters the word monster itself derives from the Latin word monstrum meaning to demonstrate or monarch meaning to warn There's also the Latin word monstrum which Just means abnormal or supernatural but can also mean wonder or miracle generally speaking monsters are physical whether real or imagined representation of those things society as Dean leaned unknown or unnatural and most mostly those things that we fear and cannot explain physically. Speaking a monster may have some unusual characteristics. In fact one time things such as two-headed cavs or babies born with abnormalities were considered monsters so basically anything that was outside of what society claimed as quote. Normal aw was seen as monstrous of course as we know in addition to the physical characteristics. Munster's we'll do some terrible things or act out on the way beyond the standing of society being set that any one of us in this room could be considered a monster me with my blue hair and you both being super tall me with my gay so monsters there's all of you There are a ton of tons of monsters that go back in history. There were monsters that were found in cave paintings represented by animal human hybrids which unlikely cliches in real life hence monsters or at least at the conclusion that historians drew in Greek and Roman mythology monsters were perceived as a form of displeasure from the gods examples being cyclops Gorgon. Medusa Centaurs Sirens and so on. It seems that in religion like Judaism Christianity and Islam. They avoided talking about monsters aside from stories related to Satan and the power of evil in Hinduism monsters. A lot more prevalent. you see gods depicted with extra limbs or as an animal human hybrid and in native American culture. You have creatures such as the Wendy Go. Skin walkers and even sasquatch after the renaissance period with science becoming a new a fairly new thing. It really tried to attempt to explain what exactly monsters were to no avail in the gothic period we were graced. With two of the most infamous monsters Frankenstein and Dracula as well as some of the creepiest fairy tales by the brothers Grimm in psychology. Carl Jung tried to explain monsters as any central part of development might in that they were seen as the quote otherness within ourselves. I kind of discussed with this with you. Cody Day in that how I was talking how we need to balance the light with dark so I think that's the same thing it's arguing and our gang. We all have a fascination with monsters. This podcast is an example. Cody are armchair. Chair crypto zoologists. That even if these creatures don't exist it's that innate curiosity of the possibility of their existence as society changes the faces of monsters changing. We'll continue you to do so when before we used to be freed of things like trolls and elves. Today's where we fear things such as candyman or to say that once monsters collection of our society and then all the terrible things in it as well as an escape from those terrible things monsters are ever evolving and as long as we have fears and terrible things going on in our world they will. Oh not go away in my opinion. That's escapism at its best interest inc.. I have like a believer skeptic question but I guess I wanNA save it maybe. For debunk okay. But I'm afraid that I'm going to. I'm going to forget it. I'm going to ask now for both of Y'all are there any monsters or creatures that either of you actually believe in. Yes yes. That's probably what got me. Hooked on your podcast in the first place you were immediately talking about things that I have seen with my own eyes so I can only to Chris as a believer in many of the things. He's seen. Yeah I'm sitting there at work. Listen to going. Oh my God I saw that too says yes shadow people. I can't talk about that right now. Is Definitely I've had encounters encounters with shadow people. But as far as what we're talking about today. The closest is a boyfriend who thought he was a vampire. Oh Shit are you talking about that in your story. No I wasn't going to because it's complicated and messy advocates network. Deep Ball Game L.. Dated someone who thought he was a vampire sidelining. I think he was just really sexually confused. Needed to explore some things and that arena. He had seen the horror many
Erika Jayne Gives Fans an Underwhelming 30-Minute Concert
"I was at Eric Jane's on concert in New Jersey and Melissa Gorgon was in vip introduce we talked and then the the show was actually thirty minute as long it was very short show no judgment everyone works through their art was it though like how much was each minute it I mean it was she did she has three songs that we love and that she has deep cuts what would and so don't you kinda call them deep cuts as though like when you know billy Joel this is classical music yeah it was so Melissa feel me getting tired in this thirty minutes set and so she saw me on losing steam and she started to hunt me to get me excited for the concert and honestly her hauntingly got me back into the show and I was able to finish out seizing sent out in the audience as sort of a fluffer she was in we were in VIP it was like there was like a separate set of people and it was like pressing she she knew I was like part of press and so she got me excited and I I think that that's the sign of a good friend and who sees some people not maybe not during the show I enjoyed the show she's reading energy energy for someone to lose steam and I'm sorry call your thirty minute shower it wasn't a great show it was tough expensive with a great number as it is I did number power to the songs because when I see feels very lacklustre through the screaming I could totally wrong she is great she had spent a lot of money on production yes so you always see the talent lies you really see the production the dancers are bringing it Oh it was a beautiful her videos are where she comes up cuts you know what I mean like for her to stand up for answer for thirty minutes it's like that's a lot of time for some artists well it's not like J. Lo where she's going to have amazing answer this that and the other but still the main event remains Jaylo yes it's almost she's overshadowing herself which is both smart but also there's a comparison you can't help but make yeah yeah yeah he songs I would not do a single hover no she did her deepest saw her old saw did she try to break it down at any point like where it's just like her in a Mike and just really yes so she has honestly a gorgeous outfit sorry it was honestly a gorgeous outfit she was wearing like rhinestone cowboy boots that were like Christiane something released and like a gorgeous robe I'm and she likes RAV and it's like black and there's like lights in there are no dancers it's deconstructed but it's doesn't sh- it's not the same like are they doing halo is the horse and that's that's the that's the Halo Lopez brings down I'm still I'm still jenny from complexities gorgeous just say though I think it would behoove Erica if any of her hangers-on are listening Mikey's rolling love I love mikey dolls I we work video that she bring it down put on the robe and do now we know how much do that way with her teaching because this is where the fans are coming from and she taught to read to do that and why not do it. did you not do it and also make it kind of like shade for on poorly APP reform exactly I think that would be a good performance I was really deeply invested in Erica she was a house that I latched onto the most and so this arc I am not on the train where do you find eric now I yeah well she just doesn't want to give up her soul to reality TV which is beautiful like that's a good person but it's not a good Riady the listeners across America or across about five states are longing in their cars right now because for the what we've needed all this time which is she doesn't want to give up Saudi television and for that I cannot forgive that is a noble worthy cause get off my teeth exactly makes her brave makes her smart but it does not make Kerr a lovable star and you know why I'm angry at her for doing that is because Asia has a soul to give up would you don't be she gave us that promise that she was willing to we're down her whole life and her life seems to be doing okay and I don't like
Oil prices jump after Iran seizes British tanker
"What do you think goal or oil prices would be going up more today Iran seizes a nother foreign oil tanker in the streets of her moods and Putin was laughing all the way to the bank I'm sure the tanker and Paul whose members are accused of smuggling oil according to Iranian state TV which offered no further details the end of course Russia very much intertwined with the inner workings of the Iran in fact Russia is prepared gorgon may god gives prepared to join an E. you payments channel designated to circumvent U. S. sanctions banning trade with I ran very good friends very good charming are they Russia and perjure otherwise known as your lan in today's