17 Burst results for "Jonathan Webb"

"jonathan webb" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

07:23 min | 3 months ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"But but i am i'm incredibly too and i'm hopeful for when you guys you know. Get this setup in kentucky and then figure out your next hub out here in california. I i get excited about and that might be wishful thinking. But i get really excited about the ways. We could establish these these greenhouses. You know all over and and feed to your earlier point the country in so much more local ways you know do do better by people so they don't have to be chemicals in their food and there doesn't have to be quite as much Pollution that that is created just from trucking all that food around now and we can get there. The solution through there is going to be leadership consumers pushing in the public eye. Obviously it's your political support needed but political folks are gonna listen to their constituents and people well. So that's that's a great question to ask you know when we think about what's in store for the future of asset harvest for the future of high-tech farming is it constituent education that that needs to happen to help make this a success across the country. What what can everyone. Who's listening to this today. Thinking i want to advocate for this kind of a food system in my community. How how do we do that. What what what action steps do we need to take be aware. Vote with your dollar. I mean that's you know. We all feel powerless in so many different ways right. It's it's not true and if you can if we can connect with five or ten people around us in we're all buying goods and products and services that you know that feels wrong rib you. Don't vote or ears. Stop you vote every day and so for us again. We want to just be one small player in a bigger picture of the american food conversation. Getting i mean this is the very act of look beyond me or the minded. Mike is somewhat irrelevant. More of this is the conversations with the inner playing food. Figure out where you be aware of what's going on and then figure out what you support. Whatever that is could be a local farmer that has this type of farming or this type of company. That's making their on this way. We all have the power to go with dollar in that alone. You know that that alone. That's where the largest economic generator in the world. right now. we do have the largest agriculture into consumer the whole at large decide to vote with their dollar. This will ships overnight for us. And we're interested to see how this plays out because we have caught a lotta early attention. We've been fairly influential again behind the scenes you'll but when it comes to consumers we more will be producing fruits and vegetables Here and then it becomes an active conversation and is expected to be a slow roll with us. Maybe or is it going to be something that we a conversation about it and we are building with our dollar on what food we don't what we what we provide to our family. So it's it's going to take leadership at a lot of different levels. Young activists artists with hala titians business leader but ultimately goes down to the everyday person today decide to do. And that's where you know. We'll we'll see it's not a one year process press. We feel like it's a. It's a decade long journey. But but we definitely think a long game and how can listeners. Follow the journey. How how can people keep up to date with what you are doing at the company and the kinds of innovation that you guys are helping to champion well later. This year will be selling our tomatoes to the top twenty five groceries in the us mainland east coast midwest southeast that seventy percent population. So go ahead and start asking your shirt tomatoes. Because we'll be. I will be a mini to all the largest retailer in the country. Walmart costco kroger. So you can look google app or in great all right my friend my favorite question to ask everyone and it will be your last. I promise i'll let you go in a minute The podcast you know is called work in progress. And i'm curious from where you sit today. What feels like a work in progress in your life. It's it's really for me personally. It's it's trying to enjoy the journey. I mean there's there's no destination we'll go one place that's somewhere we pass away that's it. It's the journey day. Living in the present moment getting caught up. What did i do two years ago or two weeks ago. What am i doing in two years so in the work in progress for me even the journey for us as a whole are very hard work. it's challenging and we leave re tackling very big problems. That are important. All emotions get there. We all get worked up a new trying to understand that you know all we have is the present moment trying to enjoy that journey and it's hard. It's something we all collectively in here on this and try to do every day but just being cognizant that it's a journey of the work in progress. Really just enjoying acquires kind of a always for me. I feel like that requires a bit of a daily check in of am i present am i am i. Savoring this even even the hard stuff. Am i really i really in it. I think that's a really healthy thing to try to institute and that's all we can do right. So these big conflicts problems that circle the world in that the fear and anxiety of of all of it. it can get overwhelming. But i do. It's start of a much larger conversation and you wanna come hiked the appalachian trail or visible overdoing ear Agritourism what are so. We've had a very supportive governor is going to be. I'm sure are opening later this year. And we're trying to de civility agritourism. Anybody and everybody wants to come. Check it out. We'll let of two point. Eight million square feet of vegetables. Grown friends can come. Check it out awesome. Thank you so much jonathan. I was great. I'm really really david thank you. This show is executive produced by sophia brush. And sim saarna. Our associate producer is caitlin. -ly our editor is josh windisch and our music was written by jack garrett and produced by mark foster. The show is brought to you by cloud. Ten and brian and adamy powered by simple cast..

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"But I'm ready now, you know, I'm I'm ready to undestroyed to compete against the best fighters in the world. And I know I can beat some of the best fighters in the world and the more the more I train the older. I get the better. I I'll become and I just I just want to compete against the best. You know, I wanna show I'm one of the best one seventy pounds in the world. And I know that my team is that and I just need my chance to show it. So yeah, it's kind of where I'm at with that. Your biggest win of your career. Could it have been Colton Smith? Just because he was a UFC veteran. Did you feel a lot more confident after that win versus the others? Or is there been any other opponents that you feel maybe we just don't know enough about that? You know, you also felt hey, you know, what I beat a tough tough welterweight here. I think I'd buy career. I've always bought pretty tough guys. But definitely colon. Just she goes yet a name. And I mean that that's way it was broke easy for me. I think if I had another round I could've finished I feel like if I pushed a little more piper to finish them. That's one thing that I've been working on a lot. Like, I always say to my coaches, and they always say to me if I train the way I sleep then I'm gonna finish points every single time. I thought you know, that's just the way I trained looking for submission looking for big knockouts big punches big kick. So as always I go in there and. I faked away I train Aachen finish anybody. So that's that's definitely what I'm looking more more to do in my career. All right last question. How many people will be in attendance because it doesn't sound like your gym is too far from Atlantic City. What does that maybe a two hour drive or what? If some some of the people, I know got got lead feet. So it's about an hour. I had all have I three three hundred three hundred well there. Yeah. And then even know more people, and then Jonathan Webb's the co main event, and he's one of my he's my main train partner or one of my best friends. He's got over over two hundred people. Plus, so we're going to be really be pretty pretty loud in there. That's for sure. Wow. CFC must love you. You're a ticket seller. Jonathan actually is he's a huge tickets over to. I'm just under really killing at this time. A lot of people are looking forward to coming out g me, usually I do way better in Philly. But this is going to be the most ticket time ever sold in my career. So so, yeah, I'm excited about it. Look, I know we took fifty minutes of your time. But it's great to kind of meet you and learn a little bit more about you. And we can take this into our. You know, our viewing nights on Saturday night at UFC fight pass for CFC, seventy two to title fight five rounds possibly or there might be a finish your opponents tough eight and one overall the sounds like a barn burner of a main event, and I'm looking over up and down the card, and there's a lot of good fighters. According to some of the records that I see so see if has really really good reputation. So I look forward to this. So thank you very much for joining us here on the junk radio show, Sean we really appreciate it. Thank you so much. I appreciate you guys having meal looking forward to doing it again. All right. You got to care you ever go on. Yup. You too. All right. That folks Sean Brady, and he again, we'll be fighting on Saturday on the fight pass it CFC seventy-two his opponent. That night will be Taj Abdul Hakeem been awhile since we kinda did that goes, right? Like just talk to how many remember how many people ask me all the time..

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

"Makes a difference to so many different conditions, right? Whether it's cancer or heart disease, any number of things that are likely to come for us. It seems as no into the difference that some healthy eating a bit of exercise can do on exercise. We're not moving enough either. So trying adults between about eighteen sixty four I meant to get at least one hundred fifty minutes over five sessions per week, which is about thirty minutes of movement today, but less than half of us do so I guess if there was. One health story from these that sums up what we should do. It's eight well and move. Well, well, move, well what a way to start the year. I'm sure a few people have made New Year's resolutions to that effect. So I hope that listing to Taylor has given you lift along that path. Thanks very much for coming into talk to take him. Thanks for having me. And what a nice uplifting way to finish are some bonus material here in the sign show podcast. Thank you for downloading these segments and joining us. Thanks also to producer, Joe Khan, and to Robin Williams and David Fisher the science show team the hosting these bonus downloads in the science show feed. My name's Jonathan Webb and for much much more from me and the team here at ABC science. Do check out all of our programs on ABC Aren homepage. Or in the listen up and look for the science and health sections of the ABC news website. If you go there, you can even subscribe to a newsletter and have all of our best stuff delivered to your inbox every week. I hope we can't you hear again next year. You've been listening to an ABC podcast. Discover more great ABC podcasts. Live radio and exclusives. On the ABC. Listen up..

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

"And that means that people left to pay the scap Fay. So the got fees normally kind of what the rebate is versus the schedule fee schedule phase of what the government says people should be paying for service to right? Things should be charged thing. And then for this kind of stuff you get an eighty five percent rebate. So you think okay fifteen percent? That's not that significant. But the issue here is then doctors charge there are in phase. And they're often well above what the schedule fees. That's where that gap starts to emerge, and then this kinds of things that as the four corners show. In addition to doctors face, they some specialists are charging what's variously known as a booking fee or administration fee, which is essentially a non-refundable out of pocket flat fee that you basically have for the privilege of seeing whatever specialist medical body say it's unethical. Doctor shouldn't do it. But it happens, and so many people when you kind of putting that together putting these phase from all these different services getting that aren't covered it adds up. And so out of the program that was one of follow ups was calls to say, we need a more transparent system. Perhaps it is some kind of publicly being doctors can actually list there phase, and people know what they are front. Interesting health insurance is another shift. Putting landscape and another legal framework that Saint some change this year is the status of abortion talk through how things have changed in that man's Cape. So there was significant news last year in island, which was that they voted to repeal the ban on abortion, and effectively liberalizing what were probably some of the most restrictive laws on abortion in the world. And that was fairly significant for a once, very deeply Catholic nation. I think that was quite a significant milestone for social change their previously. They had something that constitution the eighth amendment, which basically protected the right to life of the on born, meaning an abortion could only be carried out if the mother's life was at risk. The change in legislation means that the government will essentially allow abortions within the first twelve weeks of pregnancy. And after twelve weeks in some circumstances to the situation in Australia. We've also had some change we have. Yes. Last year. The big story was in Queensland with abortion was decriminalised in one of the states. Is really the biggest kind of legislative reform there, and it was significant because Queensland previously of all states or territories probably had the most restrictive abortion laws in Australia. So along with New South Wales laws had been in place in eighteen ninety nine and had not changed since then so up until last year abortion remained in the criminal code, the new laws which passed in parliament in September main that will be able to access abortion up to twenty two weeks, just Asian and so it's kind of turn the spotlight to New South Wales. Because New South Wales abortion stole remains a criminal offense and has since nineteen hundred, but of course, pregnancy terminations carried out widely around yourself oils and pregnancies can be terminated legally if a woman's mental or physical health is in danger. But in saying that we middle doctors who break the law still face ten years jail, New South Wales to my knowledge, nor when his being convicted on an abortion related crime in recent memory. What was interesting after it was legalized. In in Queensland. It was oh now it's just it's left. But actually also most people don't know it remains in the criminal code in South Australia, as well very movement man to a little bit of toke around after the Queensland decriminalization. What's different, however, in South Australia, is that access is actually easier in South Australia than in many other parts of a straight and most abortions in South Australia carried out in public hospitals, which is not the case in other states. But again like and you South Wales, it's legal to get an abortion. If two doctors agree that pregnancy would be harmful to the women's health. Thanks for coming in to talk about last year's health news via Willis, thanks for having me bigs weeks. Science extra bonuses all about technology. And some of the big issues that face the world of tech in the last year. Thanks to live for joining us this week and to produce a joke. I'm Jonathan Webb five now. You've been listening to ABC podcast. You can discover more every say podcasts live radio exclusives on the ABC. Listen up..

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

"If we could. Reintroduce wolves to keep the numbers down. But it's it's pretty hard to convince the public that that's a good idea centers to population thing, they're less people around in Yellowstone, and it was so it was more feasible there. Especially for narrow lock where the pando is. There is a resonable human population around there, whereas yellow sun is pretty remote. And it's it's a national park. So you can kind of guess saiako wolves they're KYW's long as style on that side of the fence, Utah is quite a conservative state. And so this is already the suggestion of of bringing back wolves has already been met with a bit of resistance from the public. So this is actually said best option at the moment is to allow a hunting season. Very strict may be awake. Oh to professional hunters going and do cul de numbers interesting better than doing offense or something. Yeah. I mean did suggest to him that hundred I 'cause doesn't sound lock allowed area to to fence off part of the problem. There is running. Through mid level rise difficult defense off and the other thing he said, there's a lot of resistance people. I guess Quat proud of vis vis organism quite fond of it. And I don't want it. So the putting zoo basically, these did can jump off think about ten fate site. It would have to be very large fenced. Also, fascinating stuff. Thanks very much for coming through to environment. News from twenty I know ours. Thanks for having me. Mixed weeks signs extra bonus download will be all about space. And there was a lot of big space news in two thousand eighteen so that'll be well worth listen right here in the science show podcast feed. Until then I'm Jonathan Webb by Fennell. You've been listening to ABC podcast. You can discover more every say podcasts live radio exclusives on the ABC. Listen up..

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

"And welcome to another science extra some bonus episode. I'm Jonathan Webb on the science editor at the C. And today, I'm joined by online environment reporter to look back at some of his top picks from twenty teen in environmental news, Nick Kilda kid. I hang good. Thanks jonathan. So first of all one that was kind of Honda go past. It was another big global reports time to take stock this came from the IP C C, which is the UN's climate body the intergovernmental panel on climate change. What was it? They released this year in two thousand eighteen yes, I released I big report into climate change, essentially, it was a look at where we are. And where we're headed and where we need to be headed. And what we need to do to get us there the ultimate target. I guess the way looking at now is woman one point five degrees above preindustrial levels. So this report really outlawed what we have to do to Kate woman to that. So. Typically about the one point five degree warming goal. The goal of limiting woman to one point five degrees. The Paris agreement set a few kind of bulls in motion, and I talked about limiting willing to below two degrees. And if possible was the language wasn't it like to also make moves if possible to keep it to one point five, and this report told us what we needed to get there. But also, I think they try to paint a picture of what they might look like if we got to one point five, which is almost inevitable. Right. It's kind of about how far past that we go. If at all, and they tried to make that a bit real people one point five degrees. Now is by Szekely best case scenario that we can really hopeful, and it is possible to capable Ming to that. But it is getting to be quota a steep trajectory in terms of the actions that we need to take. They did really go into quantity today title about what the ramifications are for one point five degrees warming. And then I compare that to two degrees as well. Which? Even though it's only point five degree difference. The consequences pretty markedly different between the two right? We might get to some of those differences in a minute between what exactly one point five two degrees of when we might look like the festival he is rub. Or who's actually one of the architects of the Paris accords speaking earlier in the year, two Fran Kellyanne in breakfast. Transformational levels. Little dog is unprecedented coli singled out here because of its outside impacted Cole has on the emissions profile, but also because of the economics of it. There's no mistaking that coal as a source of energy is in a rapid decline. And it's a question of can we get other forms of energy that are more sustainable up to levels necessary in the short term. So while may be economical today to export Australian co. Goal to bear his parts of the world. If you look at the economic analyses that may not be the case for too long. He's to the secretary general on climate change..

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

"So pasta, actually, not standard headache does not sound. Like you stand. What is Mark passes talking about? That's the understatement of the century Hayes talking about thunderclap headaches. Yeah. It's sounds painful. And that's because they are extremely painful. I've never had one fingers crossed. I never get one. But they sound horrendous. And the reason that they were in the news this year is because a thirty four year old man in the US got thunderclap headaches after eighteen the world's hottest chili. And this is the first time thunderclap headaches of Bain linked with aiding chilly of any kind really runs for you'd expect some sort of drastic consequences if you're brave enough to tuck into the world. Was there any suggestion that these sorts of headaches resulted from that kind of possibly inadvisable behavior before well, I know what you mean, I would be mobile about my gastro-intestinal tract than my brain. But apparently kept Seissan which is kind of really spicy bit and Chile can have Fazli constriction effects, and that's when the blood vessels do constraints. So this chap sent a hospital because he felt like he was being smashed in the head with a cricket better by. That and they did brain scans. And they didn't say any bleeding on the brain. But I did say that the blood vessels fade blood and oxygen to his brain were quite thin thinner than they should be so kind of spasm ING Renault that can cause a headache. If you if you haven't hot and it happens to vase constrict inside your brain. Should you expect pain? It shouldn't do on it sign. What some neurologists think is that those second factors this whole thing. Which is that the brain chemicals called neurotransmitters, they fluctuate really quickly. You might get you Brian flooded with diaper main serotonin, some other kind of brain chemical, and that's with the visor constriction, particularly if that happens in the parts of the brain responsible for pain, then that can bring on thunderclap headaches, some people get thunderclap headaches triggered by bleeding on the brain. Like a mentioned before they checked him for blading, some people get them when they ogm and anything that kind of dressing. Changes your blood pressure as well as changes chemicals in your brain can trigger thunderclap headaches. If you get them during as maybe say, a doctor that doesn't that does not sound like fun. So and what makes it a thunder clap Pedic? Is it just has the new religious was explaining it feels like a bat to the head. Is it just extremely painful, or is it the the speed of arrives not base? So it needs to be an immediate wash to the brain. There's no sudden gradual onset it goes from zero two thousand in split second. That's one of the cages of diagnosing thunderclap headaches. Luckily for this chap who the chili the Carolina rapid chilly, by the way, which is five hundred times hotter than Tabasco. So. Anyone's wondering. Want to take up the challenge? What any like? He went back after five weeks. He's headaches went away on their own. He did brain scans five weeks. Well. Loss Lhasa five weeks but five weeks later, he went back from Brian scape sold at his his Audrey, and and vines and everything in east, Brian we're back to normal. So just one of those things he probably had some kind of genetic disposition to thunderclap headaches, as well urologists think that might be kind of one of the underlying factors too. But the very rare and again I had with Chile. So if you love chili like, I do Diaby scared. It probably won't happen to you. So it might have been anything brought it on for this gentleman. Given he potentially had a predisposition. But it just happened to be Carolina reaper chilly that did it possibly. Yeah. Thanks very much Bill. What a fascinating year it's been in science from insights in the middle of the earth to our own origins. Thunderclap headache? It's been a pleasure Jonathan thank you. Mixed week in your science extra bonus. Download you'll hear about some of the year's top environment stories, I'm Jonathan Webb. Thanks to Bill. Enter producer Joe con by now. You've been listening to an ABC podcast. Discover more great ABC podcasts. Live radio and exclusives. On the ABC. Listen up..

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

"Meanwhile this week it's been breaking people power trying to date the universe remember our own brian schmidt who got his nobel prize so showing how the expanding universe is going so fast he used a supernova an exploding star as a guide and that's what you did to this week as jonathan webb reports from siding spring mountain an hour and half hour forty five minutes ago you guys launch to citizen science project live on tv by the end of the show you had how many images analyzed we had one hundred eighty thousand clicks by about twenty five plus nine which about half an hour after it was launched its now an hour after launch and we have five hundred fifty thousand cusp occasions norbert long ago we were doing more than ten thousand a minutes so that's the sheer brainpower being directed this is a likely supernova found in the data that we didn't know about an hour and a half ago so this is the reference galaxy image is the neal astronomers professor chris lintott and to becky smith therefrom zoo nervous the citizen science platform that's partnered up with the new and the to search for new supernovae exploding stars these dying stars coming lots of different types and they're fascinating objects for astronomers to catch them you need before and after images of the same patch of the sky if you can spot a far away galaxy and the second image includes an extra pinprick of bright new light that's a stellar explosion or at least it might be the analysis can be tricky and these astronomers have asked for help from the public in comparing thousands of those before and after images computer software has done some of the work but computers can only do so much.

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Is healthy we're klay thompson a draymond green of the rest of the crew even if steph curry is not there i still expect big things from the warriors and i don't think kevin durant had the excuse of leaning on the absence of steph curry to say why they didn't advance as far as they could craving even more of stephen a all for around the clock access to the man who can follow him on twitter and instagram stephen a smith and on facebook at stephen age you know i'll gladly go in the way you take me so mazen to be low apollo you to the moon and the sky but i wanna play in our music and i just because of what are our deflowers earth because mom man jonathan webb throw mapra those extraordinaire right here on espn radio got married the prayer saturday and i an anc came with winners own lyrics i heard that he did a rat or whatever it wow know what it was but i heard he charted out my no no text the eyeroll still has a confirmed for me what these mexican portuguese or whatever it is i heard brother showed up at the what it would have three pay thawed look at like the back look i like a mobster of full look a mobster that's what i heard alma mater new nola now i had family obligations now wasn't able to make but i got a nice present waiting for john that than with opened his lovely wife once they give back from now honeymoon.

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

"The key hello i'm jonathan webb thank you for downloading another science extra summa bonus this week i'm joined by the newest member of my team here at abc are in to talk through 2017 in technology in years it's our online tech reporter aerial birckel kelo aerial pele now the first of last year's big tech stories that you've picked to talk about today is all about iri and it gets sort of a little bit existential so to set the tone here's a little extract from the amazing alex galland flick x mechanism hello hi i'm kahlo allow kayla do you have a name yes eva i'm pleased to meet uefa i'm pleased to me here so aerial once coming on in that clip and why have you brought it here to talk about today must say on to play because it's such a good movie is that what i wanted to remind everybody out there to go watch it if they haven't already but in the film of course that's out here are meeting for the first time and a robot woman called eva and unfortunately the article i wanted to talk about as little more prosaic doesn't deal with fend butts but more the algorithms and machine learning technology that might start impacting our daily lives wrote the title of this this article which was up the new york times earlier on him in 2017 was can aip taught to explain itself so kennett aerial what's going on he this is a really interesting problem and one that i've been thinking about a lot this year so he might a member earlier in near there was a lot of controversy over there robea debts and sent link with sending out let is to people asking them to examine their account see if they still owed money because they're receiving some government benefits and the controversy he was that it was an algorithm selecting who and who was not going to be audited and that got me thinking this year mean how do we know when a robot or machine is making the right choice and that's what this algorithm deals with the fact that a lot of machine learning a lot of i can't really explain how it arrived at the decision than it did wrought returns.

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

"The the the color alarmed jonathan webb's been thanks for downloading the sweet science extra furnace episode please discussions of some of the big stories of 2017 at going out on our in every sunday morning this summer along with the infinite monkey cage from the bbc and of course welcomes razor and you can find both those programs in their own podcast feeds but today brought here in the science sherburne as episode on joined by genetics wily science journalist and space fan and we're talking about the year in space news how are you to now hind jonathan i'm well on this fine morning nice nice to have you in the studio now big big year in space and we're gonna kick things off with one of the very biggest discoveries which was to do with gravitational waves again not that long ago we didn't even know we could detect them now we've done it a lot of times and then something really remarkable happened this year and that's right it was a big big if the gravitational waves this seen a lot going on the coast the nobel prize was awarded in october but not long after that we got some spectacular news in its news the einar astronomers have been waiting for a very long time four and that was the collision of two dead stars wrought sorta previews predictions which actually was more people were expecting they might get when they started building these enormous detectors ryan decades ago they came from merging black holes in our many many might be years away in the in other parts of the universe and this was this was merging term stars which is a much smaller event is that ryan so the waves river were even harder to become that's right the first events that were picked up ally go up with almost by accident estremoz didn't think they will gang defined what they did and what they found the first time around with two merging by calls about one point three billion light years away this time around what they found with the two did stars colliding in they were only a roundabout.

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Hour

"In all landfilling and these were sources are essential in order to keep the production chains going also in the future so if we want to take benefit from the gajah its we are now easing we must also seek your that still the resources are around but if all these resources are finally incinerated than we are risking here substantial amounts of the worldwide population is actually covered by eu waste for this season legislations so it sixty six percent but it negotiations are only in place in sixty seven countries around the globe and only forty one states are really yet gathering data on this and i am saying this just to make year even the coverage of world population does not mean that we have finally getting to better collection and recycling rates because this is still only twenty percent of what is generated worldwide that's redick care so we still have jonathan webb in the studio you'll based in australia at the moment jonathan seal night all about what that country will australia's doing about the waste problem well i have tried to look it up actually in the stats are a little hard to come by but i certainly don't think that where at the top of any international charts of restocking anyway so i think they're you know ended up there with lots of western countries sent me in the amount that where producing and trying to increase the amount because to recycling plants but we we do have some really interesting work going on in terms of the research into what you do we've that a waste once those laptops and phones and tvs end up at some sort of recycling plant how'd you get what's useful out of them and is a professor cold venus a hodge will i who's at the university of new south wales in sydney where we're on living now and she's done lots of really interesting research on exactly how you can go about getting those precious metals and so on out of ewaste and using them again and if she said apparently there's more copper for example and various other elements as well in selling a ton of old.

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Hour

"Dream important so they understand the information and can make the right decisions so that had and reefs of the british geological survey talking see rhode island pace were here in the studio we have jonathan webb who is science editor at abc radio national say add john is there any other research that you are aware of nc landslides because it's such an important area isn't it it is hugely important and yet there's obviously whether renowned levels of rain have a huge effect on on where and when they happen in nothing you aim experts have warned in the past that as we get more heavier rainfall is climate change stance to take effect with their areas of the world that will be more more at risk from even more landslides obviously earthquakes can trigger them things like volcanoes can trigger them and but also there was a study just recently that might if your headlines because it suggested that even airpollution particularly in china might have a role ten slightly candidates us sounds very kanter in tears considered louisville i surprised what do they think might be behind that well if you link at all up in it does sort of make a bit of sense sinn geologists have said oh maybe this is something that we should think about but it's only a kind of a proposal at this stage bought the proposal is if you burn lot of coal as he's famously happening quite a lot in china in the pollutants that you end up with in the atmosphere lead to acid rain until we get more acid rain falling on certain types of rocks on certain types of slopes you get more slipperiness because of the way that it eats away at carbonate and various other things in the rocks and an extra step actually it also can lead to more microorganisms more kind of tiny lifeforms in the rock eating away even more different types of organic editor in there also leading to a kind of decay in the structure more slipperiness and more easily triggered landslides i say many quite complex mechanisms that don't than thank you very much indeed that that for now when now there's a line of trucks along the highway from new york to bangkok on both sides of the road the trucks are stacked up their full of electronic waste out laptops household appliances unwanted gadgets.

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Hour

"Hey thanks very much for giving us an hour of your time and about twenty four megabytes of your data plan that's very generous you've successfully downloaded the podcast addition of the science how a from the bbc for the weekend of the 23rd and 24th of december 2017 on gareth mitchell an avid fan of pulled cost to you believe you may in fact that click technology podcast brilliant by the white but gratuitous plugs aside back here on the science how we report on early warning systems designed to save thousands of lives we discussed the growing problem of electronic waste as quantities increase by eight percent in just two years and consider this next time he feet your coffee habit what is the impact of caffeine on your body caffeine as a stimulant and any stimulant i went consumed usually have different types of agitation so that can be low level like tremors talking really quickly not being able to sleep feeling like the life of the party 24 hours a day and we will have comment as we go long from jonathan webb who originally was a neuroscientist then he came to us here at the bbc for wall as a sign supported and he now runs the science unit at abc radiate national say good to have you on board jonathan we'll hear from you as we go through the program first date technology and science for predicting landslides it's a crucial effort when tens of thousands of lives potentially or at stake scientists in scotland and italy already quite good at it but now they're part of an international effort to bring their forecasting set india heym to regions where monsoon rains and earthquakes can play their part in deadly landslides one study says that they were nearly eighty thousand deaths from 1950 to 2011 worldwide g two landslides roland pease has caught up with helen raves he's science director at the british geological survey and she's just returned from a meeting in india where king in darjeeling sick hammond northern india foothills of the himalayas so very high steep.

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

"The key hello and welcome to another science extra summer peronist episode i'm jonathan webb the science editor at abc are in today i'm joined by out online environment report to look back at some of the top environment stories he's picked up during the year of 2017 ethnic killed it how you doing nick on very well thanks so you one great it's nice to have you here we're going to talk through some of the the begin vine would stories that have broken and been disgusted links this year the first one was relatively recently in a came from erin abc the story of an atoll in the pacific which has a bit of a secret dwelling underneath the surface yeah that's right this one was a cracking story put together by the foreign correspondent tame with mark will a seat it comes from a place called in a week talk at all which is at in the marshall islands about half between papua new guinea and hawaii russ and i think we've got a little clip here from the very top of that foreign cars london's episode all about this item my old vision and life was to live on a deserted tropical south pacific island what's out what you tell the lord america tried to bury its toxic legacy pier on a remote carless whole big hovered over with an eighteen inch thick dome and left now the sea is rising and the d'arme is leaking.

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Patriots tom brady's is gone back he's going to win a lot of games and he says all i'm fine and this was the second part of that quote with ha ha clinton dick's i don't fouled him but i did think he quit on us he let us down as a teammate for a guy they came in of his caliber his leadership quote unquote i expected more from him i held him to a higher standard me personally but he handled it the way he to handle it meaning he wanted to win i ended at the end exactly what he wanted to do that is those of surprising stories computing story a we could we first found out but when you hear of the claims from his former teammates it tells you all you need to know about martellus bennett are strange character when healthy and when focused but there's been too many really weird stories about martellus bennett throughout the years he is that guy that's that's who he is i mean in the guy and this is where i put martellus bennett on the same paine field is branded marshall another guy that i cover brennan marshall is it far better player and we you and i have talked before that i think one day brennan marshall is going to get some strong consideration for the hall of fame look at the numbers that he put up the numbers say he never been in the playoffs he easy you know he's got a bad reputation in some cities he put a big numbers spot in marshall has been on how many james jonathan webb denver miami chicago the giants the jets just like martell tell us the cowboys the giants the bears packer the patriots the packers the patriots again there's a reason that really talented players go from team to team to team trust me it's not a coincidence yes when you're hopscotch you heroux across as league and you have talent and the other teams other teammates get tired of you and you were out you're welcome there is a reason why did you have to move on marshalls definitely one of those guys when i look at his numbers on pro football reference i think it's hall of fame it's very close to hall of fame worthy i just look at a.

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"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan webb" Discussed on The Science Show

"Jupiter by mr host and this week we sold the storm on the planet close up jonathan webb reports if you've been anywhere near a hurricane or a tornado the power of these big storms is difficult to forget but now imagine doubling or even tripling the speed of those gusts and imagine the storm goes on and on and on very much more powerful and much larger than anything on the earth in fact the great rectified larger than the whole world and it's just one storm on jupiter so there's a lot of energy inside that storm skunk bolton from southwest research institute in san antonio texas and he's talking about jupiter's great red spot our solar systems most enormously famous and famously enormous with a system parliament flap for as long as we have been observing with telescopes i mean the the i view the were almost from the late 1500s horry i pointed telescopes up that i haven't been monitored continually 1800s pretty retain my wise is it lasted so long makes the storm keep going through centuries magnet for ethnic puzzle nobody nobody knows that for the things were going to try to find out for some scientists believe in order i trigger storm terrible after that long it must have buried deep roots may be the source of energy to creating that storm comes from deep inside the planet i up till now we've only had the goaded could look at the top part of jupiter i richest see this and deniro which of gorgeous healthy vehicles on than doll sudden this great storm on it on bunch sicom but the key is worth under age and that is one duct bolton and his team really wants to do.

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