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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

04:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Science Vs

"Ann. And I'll tell you, at least you won't eat you while you're on the toilet. That science passes..

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

02:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Science Vs

"Still, though. There is one prehistoric animal that people say we are white closer to bringing back. With headlines screaming that this could happen in the next decade. But is that true? The quest for a woolly mammoth. Coming up. After the break. This episode is brought to you by Aflac, life is full of surprises, some are good and some are unexpected medical bills. Traditional health insurance wasn't designed to cover everything. Even with it, you can still be left with out of pocket expenses. That's.

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

06:23 min | 2 weeks ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Science Vs

"DNA. The thing we need to resurrect the dinosaurs. And just this scrap of hope fired off the media. They got a hold of the story and unleashed their Jurassic Park headlines. And at the time, Jack was pretty hopeful. Well, we thought we might find DNA. I mean, Mary and I thought we both thought that it was a chance that there would be tiny bits of DNA that were viable. So Mary ran more tests on these fossils. And at the end, what she did find was haim. It's a protein that's found in blood cells. The team wrote in their paper that most likely this came from dinosaur blood. But in the end, they couldn't find any actual blood. And no DNA Ava. But unfortunately. No. But even though this was pretty disappointing. Just the fact that this stuff in blood might survive millions and millions of years. It was important. It was part of this new wave of dino discoveries that upended what a lot of paleontologists thought could be preserved. And since then, we've realized that dinosaurs have left behind way more than bone shaped rocks. Scientists say they've found T. Rex blood vessels and feathers. And just last year, researchers reported what could be the closest thing we've ever found to dino DNA. It was in this incredibly well preserved cartilage from a duck billed dinosaur. A slice of it reacted to chemicals in this very particular way that suggested perhaps maybe teeny remnants of DNA. Bite still be around. But even if further research backs up this claim Jack is skeptical, we'll ever get enough genetic information to make a full grown dinosaur. And Mary does not think we're rebuilding a dyno anytime soon. We don't have any verifiable dinosaur DNA from anybody from any lab anywhere. We don't have DNA. We have no way of getting DNA. DNA just doesn't left that long. By the way, in Jurassic Park, they got around this because they found a mosquito trapped in an bar with fresh dinosaur blood inside. But the truth is, and they can't stop DNA from degrading after millions and millions of years. It's actually porous, which means stuffing side isn't that well protected. Still though, Zach isn't giving up. He's so desperate to get his pet dinosaur, but he started looking at these problems in a whole new light. Rather than looking for dinosaur DNA that's preserved in fossils that are millions of years old. What if it's hidden in plain sight? Yeah, Jack has turned his attention to the humble chicken. Welcome to the world of the chicken asaurus. It's about to get weird. Jack wants to transform a chicken to make it look more like its prehistoric dinosaur ancestors. And he says that it actually shouldn't be that hard. Because as we know, birds are dinosaurs. Birds are dinosaurs. Yeah, as we mentioned, birds are direct descendants of the dinosaurs. Which means that their genetic code would actually be pretty similar to a dinos. But of course, over millions of years, lots of things have changed. Snouts evolving into pointy beaks. Serrated dyno teeth, smoothing out. And having their arms and hands transform into wings. And you can actually see this in the chicken embryo. As it grows, it spindly little fingers fuse into a wing. And what is super cool here is that we know some of those original dinosaur genes say to make a bulging snout. Ah still in a chicken. They're baked in there. Their ancestral genes that have been turned off in the course of evolution, but are still there. And so all you have to do is turn them on. So for example, researchers who are looking at this for different reasons to study evolution. Have figured out how to turn the beak back into a snout. Yeah, instead of those super pointy bones, it has a rounder nose a bit more like an alligators. And what about the wings? How have you guys gone with turning the wings into hands? Yeah, well, that's pretty easy to do because. Really? Oh, yeah. That's really, that's actually the easiest one of all. It's child's play. That's a challenge play. Yes, it is. Scientists have tweaked the genes that make a chicken wing so that instead it forms into these finger like stubs. They've even brought back the beginnings of what we think might be dinosaur teeth. And now, Jack is trying to crack the problem of how we get a dinosaur tail. If this works, you work out how to do the tail, you put all the pieces together. Now be good at bay. The size of a chicken. That is not the velociraptor of my dreams. Well, velociraptor isn't very much bigger than a chicken. Really? No, no, they're really little. What will it end up looking like? When you look like a it'll look like a weird looking chicken. And so you know, they're not hatching these weird looking chickens. They're doing these experiments in embryos to see if they could even make the changes. It's almost like your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn't stop to think if they should. But ethics aside, that's for a different podcast. The bigger point for us is that this isn't your Jurassic Park dinosaur anyway. And without dino DNA, which we don't have, we're not gonna get one..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Science Vs

"They dance. Picture a super feathered up male velociraptor, prancing around to impress a lady raptor. Bounces up and down really fast and has this drumming sound coming out in that sounds like a really rapid drum. In fact, Jax Jurassic Park is full of color and life. Like take the triceratops. She's going to have this big bright yellow shield and horns and red kind of comb like structures around the edge of its brill, and vividly colored. I mean, just beautiful..

Jurassic Park (MM #3830)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Jurassic Park (MM #3830)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I'm sure you've seen one of the Jurassic Park movies or even read the book many years ago, but it looks like a similar situation to Jurassic Park could becoming a reality, not necessarily a theme park, but there are some scientists who want to bring back woolly mammoths. Now it's not really going to be a woolly mammoth. They're going to use woolly mammoth DNA and mix it with African elephants to create kind of the chain between the two. They're the closest living specimens to a woolly mammoth that's been gone for what 3000 years, they're claiming this new woolly mammoth type creature could help reverse climate change. Is it a good thing that we want to try to take, recovered DNA and mix it with a current animal to create a new breed of animals? Yes, it could be very good thing, or it could be just like the movie Jurassic Park, a very scary thing. It's only in the talking stages right now and we're talking hundreds of millions of dollars to do that. But to bring back the woolly mammoth, something we've never seen just in museums could be happening.

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Jurassic Park (MM #3830)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Jurassic Park (MM #3830)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I'm sure you've seen one of the Jurassic Park movies or even read the book many years ago, but it looks like a similar situation to Jurassic Park could becoming a reality, not necessarily a theme park, but there are some scientists who want to bring back woolly mammoths. Now it's not really going to be a woolly mammoth. They're going to use woolly mammoth DNA and mix it with African elephants to create kind of the chain between the two. They're the closest living specimens to a woolly mammoth that's been gone for what 3000 years, they're claiming this new woolly mammoth type creature could help reverse climate change. Is it a good thing that we want to try to take, recovered DNA and mix it with a current animal to create a new breed of animals? Yes, it could be very good thing, or it could be just like the movie Jurassic Park, a very scary thing. It's only in the talking stages right now and we're talking hundreds of millions of dollars to do that. But to bring back the woolly mammoth, something we've never seen just in museums could be happening.

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‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

The Fantasmagorium Show

02:00 min | 3 months ago

‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

"Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park. Laura dern as dr elliott sadler Sam neill alan grant and jeff. Goldblum is ian malcolm It was previously reported that the iconic trio would join Would join franchise stars. Chris pratt and bryce dallas howard in the third installment of call intra varos Run of the films While understanding well under. But i'm sorry undeniably tra- varas baby. The footage kicked off with an unseen. Home movie real starring. The world's the world's the world's creator and original. I'm sorry. I thought you said creature creator and original director steven spielberg. He is talent. I'm thinking to myself. Why is steven nobrega creature now. Technically the grainy clip should spielberg In safari gear on the set of the nineteen ninety-three film Explaining a film prop to a child actor. The problem of course was the cane. Used by a richard attenborough topped with a globe of amber housing a petrified mosquito inside and the cain was the first building block in engineering dinosaurs for the fictional park. That's cool so they said that was cool. They showed that kind of grainy. Home movie footage for that At an inner will interwoven with behind the scenes and a trailer. I think or or what they would probably not trailer behind the scenes

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

"And he's find the actually zaps the kid he's like a kid zapped fried kid's heart stops and like of course emil brings him back but he gets up now. I am really respected. That i too i mean i am. I like that where this goes. I wanna just have you answer just gut all right. I'm gonna throw some questions. That compare contrast and i want our people listening right now to do. The same thing keeps score for yourself but here we go comparing jaws too drastic park. Who what has a better opening scene jaws addressing park honestly for me. I'm gonna go jaaz interesting. Okay i mean. I really do like the pacing of the water and i feel terrified and i did think this opening was well. Well done a bit of a retread. Okay what has better characters jaws redressing park. Oh moldoon we're talking about muldoon here ned dri. We're talking about hammond we're talking about. We're talking about because when you think about jaws you know we got we really got three main characters really. I mean at the end of the day. Yeah scheider dreyfuss and You've got quint and quint is the most character of varying. It's hard to say much about what roadies character some co-driver this is just like nerdy and weird and been dresses like his mom. Dresser drivers definitely has the most alan grant and him. Yeah yea But does more memorable characters mean better characters. I think i think that the scope of characters is way better in drastic park. I just think that there there's so much more describing you said i can't really describe what beano ryder's character these the main character the movie. That's that is an issue for me. And i agree with you and was jon mazing jobs. I think has more believable. Humans in i think addressing park has more memorable characters can thread that needle..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:24 min | 4 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

"I want this but they still had to bid on it to get the rights in listen to this like murderers row people who also bid one point five million dollars to get the all bid one point five million dollars in michael crichton just committed to spielberg bite again when he talked everybody on the phone. He's like. I know that you're the guy to do this. You're the guy to do this. The biggest invest way. But warner brothers. Wanted to buy it for tim burton. i mean. Imagine that one columbia wonder by it for richard donner. Who we're gonna talk about later. Alina different series when we talk about superman and Joe dante gremlins almost did it for twentieth century. fox like all completely radically different ones. Weirdly the one that i kinda wanna see. The most would be joe dante's but that's just my gremlins to creatures running and look art of me. I wanna see what he would make a. I don't think it handles something of this scale. I think it'd be a much smaller scale. The only person that i think could go toe to toe a spielberg and this is not just because of his untimely passing. Well not on time. He was ninety one..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:50 min | 4 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

"He's too stupid to be afraid of. Ma how dare you. I mean like you know. I think that there's a. There's a way of looking at that like that. I will say there's a fun little callback also with nejra that during his argument with john hammond in the beginning jaaz is playing in a small video window on one of his computer screen so what is also decorating his computer. Here's a picture of a there That man is oppenheimer the man who could be atomic bomb. Yeah that's a little callback but actually speaking a ways of getting information across eu touched on the way that this film handles exposition. I wanna talk about that a little more. Because i think you're right. I especially love of course the film strip that we get explaining what dna is it how it works. Where did you come from from your blood. Just one drop of. Your blood contains billions of strands of dna the blocks of life. Dna strand like me is a blueprint for building a living and sometimes animals that went extinct millions of years ago. Like dinosaurs left their blueprints behind for us to find. We just had to know where to look. And what. I love about that sequence to explain it like a disney ride would explain like it's simple enough but also like the the characters of the mr dna which makes think of what they're doing right now and low key low key is another show that is blowing out exposition and interesting ways..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:29 min | 4 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

"I don't think they pay them superstar amounts of money. Doing it make it. They know that they have to say like in fighting shape for the rest of their lives. But actually what are the people who i think. Also auditioned for the doctor. Elliot sadler Character was gonna paltrow who heard that. Yeah i adore as an actress. You can her audition tape is actually online too. And i'm so glad they didn't pick her because she was like twenty one. I think when she auditioned. And how are you supposed to buy her as like a paleobiologist who spent several years working in the fields. Only a student at that time and it just a hate it when they cast actresses who are too young to play like professional people where you know that they didn't have the time to like actually get the degree and so you can't take entire character seriously because it makes it clear they're just there to be a pretty babe what they did. Nicole kidman in days of thunder. I think that's the most egregious one. 'cause like nicole kidman in that movie is also maybe twenty one and she's supposed to be the world's top neurosurgeon and you're like come on just saying that. You don't believe that denise richards her nuclear scientists character in the james bond movie is realistic christmas jones. Absolutely what she has at least twenty five in that movie so she got time to the best terrible james bond line. Christmas only comes once a year blackout here ago. Oof ending bond movie. But of course we talk about the actors here without talking about wayne night as an injury having great to me way night as like synonymous with guy in kid movie. That's their fee to like groan and grumble at Maybe it's because i just realized space jam it because i do my research when i watch a new space. Thinks he's nice and space..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:45 min | 4 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

"You can find online is a whole video of steven spielberg sitting around a table with a bunch of people playing with toys. He's literally a grown man playing with figures of dinosaurs and trucks in showing people how he wants to animation to look at how he thinks. Things can move into baiting over whether or not the raptors can see from both sides of their head birds if they see straight ahead like halloween Audience knows that the raptor is looking. all of. that's really interesting but even like you not. Of course the thing that i'm really gonna get drone drawn to is the actual animal. Sounds that they use to create the sounds amazing. The dinosaurs that you know for like the raptor. They use dolphins these hissing geese. They use the meeting hall of an african crane. They use tortoises just actually going at it and they used a walrus. They've really relied on a warriors. Which surprised me until i listened to this astonishing tape of everything that a walrus can do with its mouth. Are you ready for this. This definite hold onto your butts butter pop quiz ucl. I wanna see how many animals you can name that created the t. rex. There's six of them. I'll give you six guesses. And i'll tell you how many right okay Well i'll say bear I will say snake I will say a hippo..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

"A new type of computer animation in that is what will multiply and go forth in wind up controlling what we see on screens address park. It's made like nineteen ninety-three. This is the time where like the little kid area. Richards can still pretend to be entranced by the idea of a cd-rom inside of a car. Repair screeners i mean paul. I've seen your fancy wheels. Your kids are like touchscreens. That's nothing man. It's like sure fat. Get angry at commercial. They don't understand why they can't just say what they wanna watch and immediately watch it. That's not how the world works like but when we go to a hotel it's like no what is this. Why can't i pick what i want. I'm like wow. I guess they've just been so ingrained in you know apple. Tv they can pick whatever they want whenever they want they got access but yeah i mean you're right. This is the beginning of the end. This is the beginning of the technology age in cinema. You know when they start to green light this film and get made of course like one of the first people that they turn to. Is the great stan winston who. I don't think we really talked about enough when we did. Our aliens episode. He's the guy who made like the fifteen foot tall alien queen in that film. And does i think great it work in this film..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

"I'm demand maybe because they're in a mood. Where like i'm really sick of cynicism and i wanna have optimism and i want to have that majesty that that ian malcolm waves away i want there to be in a seemingly impossible challenge people figure out how to fix it not just be like fs bucket. Bombed the island. This will never work like. I'm in the mood to follow somebody like hammond and have the team shop. I mean if he had just had laura dern and and sam neill show up earlier to give advice unlike plans to plant and stuff you'll get incorporated expertise earlier. It'd be fine. He's still incorporating it now. A little late but like the park has yet to be opened. I think there was a chance that jurassic park could have been really great leaving in. Somebody like hammond..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:45 min | 4 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

"I mean i like this movie with no action. heroes. You're the nobody. This movie is incredibly ripped. even jeff. Goldblum is making a point of showing off his pecs an ads and stuff as much as he can. But if all of the people that you might expect to maybe save the day he looks like the action hero the black leather etc. But he actually. I think is the most incompetent in the film. I mean he shows up he snark a lot. He raises some good questions in the very early on his crushed inside of a toilet and can't move or walk and has to be carried around and he's basically dirt jeff goldblum. The character in the book dies he liked takes a bunch of morphine because he is hurt is in raves lunatic in dies and i feel like this character died you would miss out on his pictorials but you wouldn't miss out on much else. Oh i disagree. I feel like any sequels i mean. He makes a very valiant effort to save the kids. he just doesn't know anything about dinosaurs and he runs out up does but he doesn't know because he doesn't know what he's doing. I think he like. I think he's trying to help. It's totally botched moment. Like i feel like alan him should have coordinated their rescue plan because he runs out like a second later on as the player lights at the china's the dinosaurs about to go after the flair in the joke goes like let me throw another flare and he gets his attention. The dinosaur leg stops running away chases him in like crush toilet and then bites off the head of a of the lawyer which again very pointed spielberg reverence. I will say this to your point. About jeff goldblum. He is the voice of reason he is the only voice of reason before shit hits the fan. He's the one who give that speech. You just play. Like he's the one who the entire park before their life is in danger and the reasonable or is he just kind of a jerk on twitter. Who's like cynical about everything. No okay. I mean i could time defending. Em malcolm look. I think he has a personality but he understands something. And i think what is so interesting about him is everyone else is looking at the majesty and he is looking at the reality of it like what we hold on one second like he questions immediately we do. You mean how do you know. They're all female like he automatically is the one who is asking the question of what safe here. And and how do you deem what safe and no one pays attention to it because oh well it's going to be safe. It's gonna be safe. They don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. don't be don't rain on our parade. And so i think he he's doing a majority of the heavy lifting in the first part of the movie out. I will also say. This is a movie full of exposition dumps. If you need to take a master class in explaining on million things this movie does such a brilliant job of establishing everyone in a fun way and then also letting you learn like you feel smarter leaving this movie you learn about. Amber you learn about you learn about dinosaurs you learn about reproductive systems you learn about this idea of cloning with the frogs everything is position in a way where it doesn't feel like you're getting expedition up expedition expedition. You remember the glass of water and the one that droplet like they do this so well and every single character in that opening twenty five thirty minutes is just going. Here's another thing that you need to know and most movies. I would argue would never do that. Now it's like hey. We created dinosaurs. How clone it move on like here..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:35 min | 4 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

"He wants to do so. He's at this period. Where this year. He's gonna make schindler's list and then get that oscar in that credibility that he's been really fighting for but he hasn't gotten it yet when he makes this movie. But in fact schindler's list gets greenland because he's agreeing to make drastic park and because he said he'll make jurassic park. I because both the head of the studio and still himself think whence he makes a film schindler's s you might never be able to make a jurassic park again. So i think you can say that he's looking at jurassic park. Maybe is the end of an era for himself as he becomes a different type of creator in entertainer. I'm so happy you lead with this because it actually goes hand in hand with theory. I have about spielberg and this movie. You know throughout this whole podcast. We've talked a lot about frank capra and the idea that the idea of a capra film has been very diluted from what it actually is. Capra film is funny and biting. And it's satirical points but it gets kind of just washed away as oh it's a feel good movie or it's a soft movie and i think spielberg often falseness same camp. Oh it's spielberg it's light. It's magical it's special. but spielberg is best. When he has a bite or he has a little bit of a chip on his shoulder. And when you're talking about how he comes into this movie. He is bringing that chip. And i and i mean that in the sense of this is also making fun of walt disney world universal studios..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:35 min | 4 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

"I was making a very strong point. That i felt like jurassic park is a better movie than jaws which angered so many people. But i want to put that out there. I want to address that as we talk about this film but don't also want to make that the whole thesis of the episode. I just wanna make it assuming that. I'm going to return to at certain points here. I think we should. And i think the hardest thing for both of us to do in this episode and for people listening is we should be tough and brutal even on a film that we love like jurassic park because otherwise if we don't start making some hard calls about movies love our list space is really going to be like all steven spielberg movies. Because he made a million good spielberg movies. And even for me as i wanna treasure and defend my love of each of these for every steven spielberg movie. We put on. That's probably a whole other director who never gets represented at all. So i think..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:33 min | 4 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Unspooled

"I'm having a hard time staying at because you know i'm anti pratt. How is he. Oh don't be anti pratt. I love brett. Don't pro. I like pratt. I like him as a human being As a person and also like him as actor yes name as a human being. I'm free to dislike him as an actor. Okay all right. Well i don't wanna i don't enjoying this slander. I think he's very very good. He's very good On bought my wife there. I think he's very good. All right amy well without any further do. Let's not think about if we should do it. Let's just do it. And by that i mean on split. The year is nineteen ninety-three. Bill clinton is inaugurated the forty second president of the united states. Don't ask don't tell. Is the official policy of the us armed forces effectively banning openly. Gay soldiers from serving buckingham palace opens. Its doors to the public remarkable. I include beanie babies and bagless vacuum cleaners and the hot movies of the year are ground. Had gay which we covered here on the show days and confuse. Which cover here in the show schindler's list which we covered here on the show. Cool runnings which. We covered here in the show philadelphia. We did not cover on the show and today's film jurassic park. What a great year for movies. I mean amy. She do a whole series of just nineteen ninety-three. I mean this is a banger year. Tell us a little bit about. Who's who made it. What's jurassic park about. As if we don't know already. Amy as if you now already okay. Fine here we go jurassic park via the one and only steven spielberg the blockbuster. King who already has on our shortlist. We're going to space. The jaws raiders. Andy t as big summer blockbusters of your now. The question for this episode is kim jurassic. Park knock one or perhaps all three of them off. I'm looking forward to have yet argument..

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Who Laps Whom on the Walking Track, Tyrannosaurus Rex or You?

60-Second Science

01:58 min | 7 months ago

Who Laps Whom on the Walking Track, Tyrannosaurus Rex or You?

"One has ever seen tarinah source walk. Still movies like jurassic park have guessed how fast it would have done that now. Scientists have used the skeleton of t. Rex to model the bio mechanics of the animals stride and they've estimated its dreaded at a leisurely pace on par with humans. Ostriches elephants and giraffes. And it's not just limited to those animals. Horses gazelles news. Turns out that actually. Most animals don't tend to walk. Superfast pasha von beyeler is a movement. Scientists had variety university in amsterdam. His team studied the skeleton of not. Rex housed in a dutch museum. The specimen nicknamed tricks is exceptionally well preserved. So they were able to. How ligaments would have attached to and linked to the animal's tail bones. Those ligaments they would've acted like rubber bands and the researchers used mathematical modeling to study. How they would have given the tail bounce as the t. rex. The animal could have taken advantage of that natural bouncy rhythm to save energy as it moved that is basically resonance you get more movement for less effort if you choose to correct rhythm at which you do things so that helped estimate the beat which t rex would have pounded its feet but to determine speed. They still needed to know how far each step was and to do that. We found fossilized track way of a slightly smaller through sword. Skilled it up to the size of our t. rex and that gives you a step length. Multiple is step length by step rhythm and you get a speed of one point two eight meters per second or about two point nine miles per hour. The results were published by the royal society. Von bildt says he's seen a lot of headlines stating that humans could have outpaced t rex. Not so he says. Once the animal started running. I guess we should be glad that there's a lot of time between us and t-rex

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‘We Could Probably Build Jurassic Park,’ Says Co-Founder of Neuralink

Fred and Angi

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

‘We Could Probably Build Jurassic Park,’ Says Co-Founder of Neuralink

"Firm Neural Link says they have the technology to build a real life version of Jurassic Park. Real life version. Let's go, guys. He was Max Hodak. He tweeted We could probably build Jurassic Park if we wanted to wouldn't be genetically authentic dinosaurs. But maybe 15 years of breeding, plus engineering to get super exotic novel species. He's not talking about machines he's talking about somehow genetically breeding animals that look like dinosaurs. Hey, didn't elaborate on how the neuro technology company might be able to retrieve the long extinct prehistoric beasts. But he later champion the idea, claiming that it would increase biodiversity. So this

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

05:25 min | 9 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Cineflek

"You believe up. Sounds like an american acts. If you telling me to do dynamex. I'd i'd fail miserably would auction I would try. I'm trying to get around something. Like a franken. Would and how. He speaks house of lies. That house applauded house. Call out lovely house of cards online. Try and do an american accent in front of my friends. They tell me to stop. I feel like i can do decent british accent when i really get into it but it takes a while to like where it comes out naturally reading kinda like speak without it being like i'm thinking of every sound data making but I mean i think part of it's the context rate. Because if you're if if if you're going around like the us just being like. Can i have water. Please like which by the way sounded worse than your accent Look if you if you did that. People just be like okay. Like i don't know like like they wouldn't be thinking much about it because they don't know the context of your british. Like i i went to. I went to this Saint patrick's day in party in paris with a bunch of my british friends and just did a british accent. The whole time and no-one picked up on. It was really funny until i just stopped and it never but I was very proud of that but everyone was drunk. And i don't know they just someone go and fake british accent all night. i don't know. Did i ever tell you. When i went to new orleans i was in an ihop and i asked full glass of tap water and the waitress. I said about five times and this waitress couldn't understand what i was saying. I thought i thought okay. I'm gonna have to just change in my voice. So i can have water. Please right okay. Your aksum is totally a water ta what other. What other facts do you have. Any actual book-dressing park ian malcolm dies in the aunts and in the sequel in the sequel. He literally says in the movie he said rumors on my desk has been greatly exaggerated as a response to him having the dead in the book. That's funny that is really funny. That's a great really coastal. Yeah and also just something. I wanted to throw out there..

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"jurassic park in" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"jurassic park in" Discussed on Cineflek

"To obviously is that is on comic. Honestly catch me. Can't pretty great too. I can imagine that. I could imagine the time to speak to my last as such an underrated movie to enter fun movie. It's really fun movie. Yeah and john. Williams is great and like the one part. Where like the t. Rex comes in eats. The veloce raptors. That was my one time. I thought the score was slightly misplaced because T-rex comes in grabs the loss. Raptor in like big heroic. Music starts playing. And i'm like as a as a viewer. I'm still scared of the t. rex. So it's like it's like tear buzek and then all of a sudden it's like darn da da da. Da t rex's come in to save the day. And i'm like i don't think this is over like i addison. That's actually one of my biggest gripes. One of my only graves auditing with this movie. Is that when it comes in. The music is almost leading the audience to like a. Yeah he saved the day. But i think you killed like three other people though more than they are technical. Maybe not maybe not directly like you know. I would still be terrified like i wouldn't be like yeah. I'd be like no way while he instructed like geez i'd also i'd also say like like had they had that music you not come in. I would have. I would have still been terrified. In that scene that that he would have eaten one of the people on their way out. Yeah i think. I think definitely the score is kind of leading the audience more than the are in that scene. I'm just. I just got the how good famous even when the helicopters flying to the island when not school. Cakes am Impact on even in in drastic world. Where michael j. can take john. Williams score manages to expand on it. Weighty rainy well it's still last has such a timeless quality anything else. We should touch on all right. So here's one this one this one actually. This one was really surprising to the first time. Drastic park was was televised nationally. It was watched by sixty eight point. Twelve million people which gave nbc a thirty six percent share of every viewer that night. Thirty six percent. That's crazy ridiculous. That's also well into like the cable days like cables out in the nineties. So you quite get the same. That's that's like that's the super bowl these days. That's ninety five that was first televised. So yeah yeah pretty interesting I mean drowsy. Clock is such a good examples. But integration in the in the sense universal's parent company the only thing is currently come cost but they also own the television network. They own the theme parks have a music label. You know they can hit all these different markets though the different products on medicine dicing and making screen the movie as well exclusively so true is one movie made universal show. That's i hadn't really thought about that. Literally got universal. Every single facet of their business. Especially when you think about like the spin offs. I mean if you i mean. Drastic world would not have made all this money. If drastic park wasn't so conic I hate comcast. But that's for another time really like they're like one of my least favourite countries the whole world. Yeah understandably like yeah Also have your fun Onset gilbert would make dinosaur sounds during scenes where there would be dinosaur sounds which made it harder for the actors because they thought it would. Why would you do. I love gilbert. Why on earth would you is going okay raw..

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Ford's New Rocket League Sponsorship is Perfect

Esports Minute

03:11 min | 10 months ago

Ford's New Rocket League Sponsorship is Perfect

"Besides the racing games which are a natural fit for car brands. There's one sport that made such a natural Fit For A brand sponsorship. I can't believe it took so long. It took it League yesterday Ford announced they're putting the Ford F-150 into the game. It's the first time a consumer-facing vehicle has been added to the game. So consumer-facing a key part of that. What does that mean rocket league has brought in a ton of different cars from media Universe has many of which are tied to actual Brands. You know, the Batmobile doesn't have a brand behind in the Dodge Charger is in game. So is Nissan's are thirty-four and so it's a Jeep, but the first two of those cars were tied to Fast and Furious DLC pack and they're based on old school cars for the charger it wage. 1968 and 1970 and the Nissan was based on the car from 1999 used by Brian O'Connor. The jeep was from Jurassic Park. So it's not like you can just buy these cars at a lot down. There was one other car that wasn't tied to a media franchise in rocket League's history. And that car is the McLaren starting at two hundred grand though. The McLaren is not a consumer car because it's a Subaru targeted at high-end customers. I'd wager to say maybe five people who play rocket League can afford a McLaren. Maybe that's generous Ford's F-150 is clearly different. The Ford F-series is the best selling Truck Series in North America nearly a million truck sold in 2019 when it comes to marketing you Market a Ford F series truck a lot differently than a new market a McLaren which is why it's fair to say. This is the first consumer-facing car that's existed in rocket League. What I think is really cool about the sponsorship. It says made up of a bunch of different parts first off the car inches the game great start it'll be available for purchase from February 22nd to the 28th. Then forward will also be a sponge for the upcoming rlcs winter major at the end of February that we taking over the in-game Billboards, which I still believe are a massive white space for sponsors Ford is also releasing a new ad around this partnership with the coolest part of that ad is that will be voiced by Bryan Cranston, you know the star of Breaking Bad also the dad from Malcolm in the Middle. Shout out to help crested also did for Superbowl at this year just to give you an idea about how much Ford is investing in the sponsorship and there's a final piece of a too which is also really cool Ford is hosting a freestyle competition people unfamiliar with rocket League freestyling is when you send your car turning like crazy to overcomplicate a goal in search of a sick clip, it's really popular on YouTube. It's doing tricks like flip resets double Taps Turtles and any other way to make a gold look really cool for it'll be inviting 8 freestyle rap. Our competition and the winner will receive an actual Ford F-150. Those are the kinds of small details that really make a brand sponsorship in Esports stand out to me. It shows an underscore the audience and the content that works with this audience as well. I really think this is the car sponsorship the rocket league has been raped for four years with the increased Esports investment from Brands like Toyota Honda BMW Mercedes and plenty more. I really can't believe it took this long, but good on Ford for finally making it

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Pablo Escobar's Hippos Are Out of Control

Kottke Ride Home

05:33 min | 11 months ago

Pablo Escobar's Hippos Are Out of Control

"A couple of years ago. I read a novella called river of teeth by sarah gaily. The concept of the story is based on a real world event. That almost happened smack. In the early twentieth century a bill was proposed in the us house of representatives and informally supported by theodore roosevelt. The us should import hippopotamuses from africa to the swamp lands of the gulf coast and breed them as an alternative meat source for americans basically starting a new industry in the us of hill. Ranching as you know this proposal never came to be but gala novella now collected into a volume with a sequel and some other stories under the title american hippo imagines magic in alternative history where this did happen only set fifty years earlier. You get kind of gulf coast cowboys on hippos tape story. It's great loved it. I highly recommend it. Or if you just wanna dig more into the facts. I put link in the show notes to a long read on the history of the hippo proposal by john. Mouallem will the reason i bring. This up is because americans in the early twentieth century. Were not the only ones with dreams of becoming hbo ranchers decades later pablo escobar would also get into the hippo game importing four of them to live on his estate in columbia and now forty some years later they have bread and multiplied and are spreading all over the wetlands of north bogo. Talk causing mayhem. Consternation and some real concerns for the region. Scientists say this now invasive species is competing with native wildlife polluting local waterways attacking humans and they project will grow in number two fifteen hundred hippos by twenty forty at that point the scientists say they will be nearly impossible to control their environmental impacts will be irreversible but never mind controlling fifteen hundred hippos. How do you control a dozen or even just one. That's not like you can just google it you know. In colombian officials are not hippopotamus experts and there are unique challenges levied upon this specific situation. I quoting the washington post in their natural habitat. Hippos spend the long dry season crowded into waterways shrunk to puddles. They're vulnerable to disease and predation not to mention one. Another as bad tempers but tropical columbia is hippo paradise. Environmental agency researcher david vary lopez said rain is abundant food is plentiful and they're no carnivores large enough to pose a threat. The animals spend five hours a day grazing on grasses and the rest of their time basking in the cool waters of the magdalena and surrounding lakes and quotes report from columbia not being the hippos natural habitat having in effect on the hippos behavior it also affects the surrounding communities impression of the hippos. The officials tasked with dismantling escobar's estate back in the ninety s. Weren't sure what to do with the one male and three female hippos so they just let them roam instead of sending them to a zoo with his other animals and mostly they did that because the hippos were massive and aggressive no one really wanted to approach them so we'll get the harm be and letting them go well. Kenyans and other african communities with native hippo populations could tell you a whole heck of a lot. You've got hippos from each sex so they can breathe for one and they're also hugely destructive to the environment into other animals. Hippos killed more humans each year than other large mammal. But when you don't grow up around hippos you don't necessarily know that so the hippos have become something of a mascot and columbia. According again gift shops in nearby puerto trail info sell hippo keychains and t shirts at the amusement park that was built on the site of escobar's former pleasure palace. Visitors can tour the lake where several dozen hippos now live occasionally one will plot into a nearby community looking as blase as a shopper on his way to the grocery store the hippopotamuses. The town pets resident claudia. Patricia camacho told the local news in two thousand eighteen. You could say that he now takes to the streets as if it were his own and quote but the hippos aren't as friendly as they may look on t shirts. They terrorize farms and hurt residents at times. The government has ordered the hippos to be shot on sight but there's been pushback from animal rights organizations and local residents so then they tried putting the hippos in a pin but and this is one of the mini quotes from this article. That honestly sounds straight hundred jurassic park. Etcheverry said i didn't know they could jump hikes so then they tried big pens with high enough walls that the hippos can't jump onto them. They've also been focused on trying to prevent them from breeding by cuisine. And then castrating the males. They've been through a steep hippo anatomy learning curve on that front though. Not even being sure where to look. For the animals external reproductive organs turns out. It's a bit complicated. They finally got a system of castration down. But it's costly and complicated so they can only do about one year but the estimates are that the population grows ten percent a year and apart from the bodily harm humans and the destruction of farms the hippos as they multiply host of other problems quoting again. A twenty twenty study of hippo inhabited lakes found that nutrients from the animal's feces were fuelling huge. Plumes of area an algae. These intern reduced the oxygen content of the water. Making it toxic to fish.

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Richard Schiff Hospitalized After Testing Positive for COVID-19

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Richard Schiff Hospitalized After Testing Positive for COVID-19

"Treatment for covert 19 and was hospitalized for his treatment as well. He tweeted last week that he and his wife had tested positive for Corona virus and said he's taking rendez severe and steroids as his treatment and was also receiving oxygen. Ship is well known for his roles in Man of Steel, Jurassic Park, the Lost world and, of course, long running television series. The West Wing on top of starring with his wife in the Good doctor will positive news coming from Oh, dear now, and their vaccine couldn't come soon enough. As the

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Some Dinosaurs Probably Nested in Arctic

60-Second Science

03:08 min | 1 year ago

Some Dinosaurs Probably Nested in Arctic

"Those vicious predatory dinosaurs that tended to be fairly small as six to nine ten feet. Long snout to tail there. Certainly in the Jurassic. Park movies the things that terrorize people Anthony Fiorello a paleontologist at southern Methodist University in Dallas Texas for more than two decades. Now, Fiorello has been digging a dinosaur fossils, hundreds of miles north of the Arctic Circle in Alaska. So one of the fundamental questions about dinosaurs in Alaska. In the ancient Arctic is, did they live there all year round did they migrate? How did they get their a recent discovery sheds light on those questions this fossil that's the subject study is a baby dinosaur, the baby predatory dinosaur, and it is a baby. It's not just juvenile and given the size estimate of this thing. This probably was not far from where the nesting ground was. So this is the first physical proof. Alley some dinosaurs nested in the ancient Arctic some of the first Arctic dinosaur remains ever found were discovered back in the nineteen sixties in Svalbard, an archipelago north of mainland Norway. Since then researchers have theorized, the dinosaurs must have migrated to avoid deeply cold winters but Fiorello says this new discovery disproves that idea for you know the classic stereotype for dinosaurs is that had been. that they were living in sub tropical environments oftentimes, somewhat swampy if you look at various artwork over generations, that was quite often how these dinosaurs were reconstructed. In reality the climate north of Alaska's Brooks range seventy million years ago was similar to what we might see today in Portland, Oregon or Calgary Alberta. Certainly a place where. Things were cooler. Or who were capable of being cool at times but certainly warmer than the the Arctic today, the fossil find is a piece of jawbone with a tooth from Dromaeosaur Fiorello and colleagues unearthed it along the banks of the call. They'll river not too far from the Arctic Ocean. The bone is the first non dental evidence of that species in the far north the researchers report their discovery in the journal plus one. Of course questions remain. How did they do what they did because even with the warmer temperatures at the latitude, the thieves dinosaurs were living, which is at least seventy degrees north if not even farther nor. Do they endure long periods of light and dark, and that's where the research will go next for now Fiorello says the new discovery proves that these giant reptiles were well adapted to the highly seasonal environments of the late Cretaceous that we still experience today in the Arctic.

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Peacock is live: Heres everything you need to know

The 3:59

09:29 min | 1 year ago

Peacock is live: Heres everything you need to know

"He caught. The last of the big streaming services has finally launched nationwide, but at joint a crowded room, streaming services, including busy, plus and that Blix. So how does this stack up? I'm Roger, Chang into your daily charge. Beckley I don't have to answer that question because with me. Is Our media expert, John? Salzman and software services. Reviewer Alison. Danisco, welcome both you. Thanks all right so John with you. He is live after having launched in Beta mode to caucus users a couple months ago, so so give us a land now. What is the streaming wards landscape? Look like this is basically the last of the big new services to land at least as far as we know. We had apple and Disney plus come in November than we had depending if you consider it bigger. Bigger not clubby came in April followed by Hbo Max in May, and now finally we have peacock, and it's a little bit different than the rest of those, because it not only is, it has big budget originals big back catalog, like most of those other services do, but it's also doing some other things that are digging a little bit when the others I it has. It's going to have live news. Life sports other sorts of news and sports replays highlights that kind of thing and crucially has a free tear at as a tier with advertising we can watch about two thirds of the catalog just by signing up and not paying anything there are ways you can take out the ads and unlock the full catalogue if you WanNa pay, but having that sort of on ramp that free just sign up and start watching thing. It's something that these other big services in the streets haven't tried yet. Yeah, I would just sort of generally speaking. Have we talked about the free cheering a bit but? In terms of these other players out there have any cover merged as must have service to rebel Netflix's certainly a streaming service, the new streaming service that's landed with the biggest slash by far is Disney plus. One media analyst when it launched last year there was one media analyst and widely followed one who called it one of the greatest product launches of all time. To give you a sense. Track Google search trends around these launch dates, and the Google search trends for Netflix are a good baseline. You know it's established. It's always very popular as a search gives you a good baseline of how other services stack up and people, search addressed most of these other services. They haven't crossed the level of net search interest, even on launch days, whereas Disney plus like quadrupled the amount of Netflix interests on its launch day now it's come down since then, but among these new services Disney is the one to beats, and nobody has even come close so far. Are also you've been testing out the service. How has the experience on Peacock Ben? Overall I've been having a really positive experience with peacock so far to be honest. I wasn't expecting all that much. Since we do already have Sumani streaming services, but the fact that it has this free tier is John mentioned where you can still watch. Tons of movies and TV shows with ADS does make it stand out from competitors like Netflix and Hulu it gives you something for free that similar to say a Pluto TV or a to B, but with this premium streaming. Streaming service interface, so it looks really good, and you also have the opportunity to upgrade if you want to. It's pretty easy to navigate. It has a few quirks, and there are some features that are still missing but overall. It's a solid free surface at launch. If you don't mind watching those ads in terms of that that user experience that the navigation the experience itself. How does it stack up against DISAPP- loss or Netflix's or some other more Polish premium services so in. In my mind, peacock isn't quite trying to be a Netflix or Hulu or HBO Max. It has a similar tile layout, and you can browse things by TV shows and movies and get recommendations, but it's kind of doing something different, and it's probably not going to replace any of those others for you, but it's something you can get for free to have more options. It reminds me a little bit of Amazon prime video in a way like on that one you can get. Get, a lot of shows and movies included as part of your prime subscription, but you'll find others mixed in that. You do have to pay for so on peacock. You'll find some shows with a little purple feather in the corner, which means you have to upgrade premium to watch them, but they're so plenty of free options to. And since we're in this time of economic uncertainty, you know free services a welcome option, even if you don't watch it every single day, right? Joan. Beyond this free tier is there anything else about peacock that makes stand out, or the folks should know about? Yeah, definitely, the frontier is obviously the first thing that people are going to encounter when they try to sign up and they realize they don't have to provide any sort of payment information. Start watching. But beyond that you know. Being in the pandemic, there's a lot of things that peacock wanted to have available right now for its launch that aren't a manifest really until next year or later, for example, the entire reason that it's launching right now in the middle of July is that originally peacock witches, NBC's streaming service thought they'd be able to piggyback on all the interest in the Olympics. That should be happening right now. Is the broadcasting partner for the Olympics in the United States, and so of course everyone remembers every Olympic season how there's just like blanket coverage on NBC. All of NBC's other cable channels. But because we don't have that until next year, that's a huge driver to get people interested and knowledgeable that that the service exists. That just doesn't exist right now. Also their originals. They have nine original series at launch, but just like everybody else all their production of new content. At least any live action content had to be suspended in March, and so they don't have as much in their pipeline. That's going to be ready to release win. They had hoped to release it as have if we weren't in this situation where everybody's lockdown the also could you break down the? Tiers, obviously, there's the free cheer that's at basement. What are you getting with those I? Think there's two different paid tears. He kinda run through them. And you actually get sure so in the free tear you get thirteen thousand hours of TV shows, Movies News Life Sports. Some of the biggest name shows you'll find. There are and Recreation, Thirty Rock, law and order. Order Svu but you know. Some of those are also currently on Netflix and Hulu to so there's some confusion there potentially, and you also know that the office won't be coming to peacock until January when it's calm when his contract with Netflix runs out, but in the meantime you'll also find current episodes of NBC shows one week later on that free tier. In terms of movies, you've got some big slightly older hits like Jurassic Park the Bourne identity, the Matrix and also newer kind of Oscar Z. ones like phantom thread and tally, and so for something. That's free. You'll probably find something. You WanNa Watch, but then you'll also find these two paid tears. One is five dollars a month which gives you access to the full Peacock Library which is about twenty thousand hours of TV, and movies, but you'll still see ads on that one. If you WANNA GO AD free. It costs ten dollars a month and you'll get still get that full libraries well. A few things you'll find on the premium tears, but not the free tier are all of the episodes of peacock originals, the major one launch being brave new world, and you'll also find more new movies and also next day access to new episodes of current. NBC shows one interesting thing that we haven't really seen before is that you'll get early access to some shows like late night with Seth Meyers and the tonight show. Show with Jimmy Fallon the night that they air, so you can watch them at eight PM instead of eleven thirty pm, but that would actually start until those shows are back in the studio and not running from home during the pandemic. Okay We've talked about this before, but they're just too many strips out there. They're all asking for money. Yes, peacock has a free tier, but there's clearly they want people to. Upgrade to these premium tears. How does market support so may services Comey Services? Can a household actually afford to pay for so from the experts that I've talked to and the research that they've been doing? It seems like there's a couple of interesting things going on one is that the total number of streaming services that people are subscribed to and are trying is going up now. That's partially because in the. The pandemic so many entertainment choices that we normally would that normally would keep us from streaming aren't happening right now, and we're all locked up in our homes, and so it's the primary way other than regular TV. Your needs that you would entertain yourself when you're stuck at home anyway, that's to do with it, but even before the pandemic. We were starting to see that all. This wave of new services what starting to tap higher, the amount of services people were trying and also subscribing to. But what we've found in the pandemic from the research that I've seen as that people are also much more willing to cancel subscriptions so. It's mostly price sensitivity factor as you know. Jobless numbers are soaring, and as people are reconsidering howl. They dedicate their money every month. Once they hit the point where a free trial ends or this ends. They're more willing to quit. Because they become more educated on other options that don't require payment that conserve their entertainment needs, you know. Alison, she mentioned to be There's other ones like that. That are free services that peacock sort of straddles the line with people are realizing that they have those options to if they don't WanNa, keep paying

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Computer Vision for Remote AR with Flora Tasse

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Computer Vision for Remote AR with Flora Tasse

"Art Everyone. I'm here with flora. TASSEZ flora is head of computer, vision and AI research at stream accompany that she joined through the acquisition of another company which she co founded Salerio. Flora welcome to the trauma. Is podcasts Jake you sound sufficient to the thanks for the right Lahser to have you on the show and I'm really looking forward to digging into your recent CV, PR, presentation you did a keynote at the a are VR workshop. I was to see that. There is enough happening at the intersection of AR, VR and machine learnings A workshop at CPR on that topic. Don's happening. This is happening. That's face. Sabatini could smoke shop. Yeah, well, you can tell us all about that, but before you do please share a little bit about your background and how you got started and computer vision how you came to found scenario. Stream love to hear all of it. That's like that. That would be a long story, but I'll try to shut down. So I was born in raise in Cameroon, so Cameroon is in this central is in central Africa and what we saw in the city of Wella, and so I was raised in day. Fred, picking politic country, so you might notice that for my accent. Some French in the and. Yeah so from a very early age, I was very much into special effects in movies and more precisely, Jurassic Park so I was a big fan of the of the movies because of the Daniels. Our seed that disclosed TV steering into dinosaurs and wondering. How can it be like? Why is it so real and I? Asked my dad like. How can they make these extinct creatures look so stick, and then he said Graphics Sack Okay Yeah? That's what I'm GONNA do. That's. My perfect dream you know making the impossible become possible. So fast forward. A few years I did my bachelor mats in the English, speaking parts had to learn English English and then move and did Matt's because I couldn't. They had no causing computer science, so then move out of the country to Africa where I did a master in in Cape Town. In South Africa. Yup was amazing. I recommend. Is a great vacations. And I did my Masters Dad then came to Cambridge for my PhD okay, so twenty twelve arrive in the UK already to make my dreams come true. And so those if needed I a good experience so at. Cambridge I was working at. Had you take a real things in images and turn them into treat content, so I was doing some shape retriever ship analysis from images, and you have to image, and you want to turn into a three D. Shape exactly yeah, that's exactly what I was doing. So far yes, or Trinity Half Years I stumbled upon like a great discovery that if you actually incorporate. And then P. So, if you incorporate language information, you can basically get really really accurate results going from twenty two treaty, and so the addition of that. Yeah so. So, the concept was developed and just looking at images as just. Pixel that you can enter into some features and use calcification on them. Was a concept that those features can actually be semantic features so there's some semantic meaning attached to those descriptors that you are. Thank generating.

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Marty Walsh announces free drive-in movie series in Boston throughout July

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Marty Walsh announces free drive-in movie series in Boston throughout July

"The the city. city. BBC's BBC's James James Earl Earl House House tells tells us us you'll you'll be be able able to to see see films films like like Jurassic Jurassic Park and frozen to beginning next week, Wednesday and every Wednesday this month. You can watch those films and more for free the city's Parks and recreation department, setting up temporary drive in theaters at the Boston Convention Center and then at the one Worth Institute of Technology Campus. Here's Mayor Marty Walsh. With popcorn in hand. This summer is certainly shaping up to look a lot different. I know we're all missing the tradition. Ins and summer activities that we usually do in love. But even during these difficult times, we're still finding ways to come together and that's what we're here doing tonight. Other films schedule this month include marijuana, cocoa and trolls. You'll need to pre register on the city's website for the fray. Driving experience. James RoHaas W B Z

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11 Trivia Questions on Rick and Morty Episodes

Trivia With Budds

03:42 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on Rick and Morty Episodes

"All right guys. Here we go. This one's called Rick and morty episode title references. So I'm going to give you the name of a brick and mortar episode and you me what that is referencing in some way. Sometimes it's a play on words or a parody of title so have fun with this one. Here's number one lawnmower. Dog Number One. Rick and morty episodes number one what is that referencing lawnmower dog number two is Anatomy Park Anatomy Park Number? Three raising gas rope. Zap number three raising gastropod number. Four morty night run number. Four morty night run number five. Total Rick all number five Total Rick. All number six. The rix must be crazy number six. The risks must be crazy number. Seven big trouble in Little Sanchez number. Seven big trouble in Little Sanchez. Number Eight Look. Who's purging now? Number eight lose pershing now number nine. The wedding squanders. The wedding squanders number ten Rick Manson the Stone Rick Manning the stone and the bonus question for two points there's an episode called the ABC's of blank fill in the blank. There's an episode called the ABC's of blank. Those are all your questions for Rick and more. The episode title references will be right back in just a second with the Zany answers are guys rick. And morty episodes number one. Let's see how you did. Number one was lawnmower dog which was a reference to the crazy nineties. Movie Belong Mower Man. Lawnmower man number one number two anatomy park was of course a reference to Jurassic Park welcome to Jurassic Park number. Three raising GAZ. Rob is a reference to raising Arizona. The Coen Brothers Nicholas Cage movie about kidnapping a baby raising Arizona number four night run as a reference to the movie midnight. Run with Robert De Niro and Charles. Grodin number four midnight run number. Five total recall is very close to total. Recall the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie Total Recall Number Six. The rix must be crazy. Was a comedy kind of documentary style. Film called the Gods must be crazy number six. The gods must be crazy number. Seven big trouble in Little Sanchez was a play on big trouble in little China. Big trouble in little China number eight look who's purging now could be looked at as reference to the purge but more likely with that title. Look who's talking now number eight. Look who's talking now number nine. The wedding squad plays off of the wedding. Crashers the Vince Vaughn Owen Wilson movie number. Nine wedding crashers number ten Rick Manning. The stone is the Michael. Douglas Movie Romancing the stone about a romance author going on and adventure number ten romancing the stone and for two points. The Rick and Morty bonus question for two points there's an episode called the ABC's of Bath so there's a horror sequel horror horror sequel call the ABC's of death and their play on that is the ABC's of Beth. So there you have it guys a fun quick round on Rick and morning. We've got four more rick. And morty rounds to come in the near future so if you want some more rick and morty action make sure you subscribe to the show to never miss a new episode. We have a question of the day for you and that question of the day is hosted the first ever. Snl Live at home during the covert Nineteen Crisis of two thousand twenty. Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds or email Ryan buds a g mail DOT COM with that hosts name to be eligible for prize. Yesterday's questioned that answer was the new radicals for the people. Who had the song you get what you give and attributing name of today's Third World Country Grammar Third World country and country grammar from Nelly Nelly band-aid was that all about thanks. So much for listening guys. Thanks for telling a friend of. We'll see you tomorrow for more. Trivia with me cheers

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Chromosomes... What are they?

Is It Transphobic Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Chromosomes... What are they?

"We're talking about genetics. We're talking about chromosomes. We're talking about A lot of things that you have a history working in so can you tell our listeners? A little bit about your history and your history professionally and sort of what what you have actually been studying what you've been working on. Yeah sure the so. The main reason I'm here is back back when you first met me. I was working on my undergrad degree. Which was in biology with Canova sub specialty in genetics So that was the first step and then after graduation. I decided that I wanted to do with a was get into testing on the clinical side of things As a job so I spent another year and a half doing coursework mostly to focus on those lab techniques and things like that and had to take my professional certification exam technically I'm ASEP. American Society of Clinical Pathology certified as a molecular biology. Which means I can do. Dna testing well and other molecular level testing But the specific site where I was working for about four years. Was Genetics lab in Boston. Where they did a variety of testing clinically for a variety of genetic disorders. They did some DNA sequencing mostly what I did you correctly remembered when we were speaking before. The podcast is what I was testing for. Was Major chromosomal abnormalities. That you can see without sequencing. A lot of the major six comes on normalities that cause many intersex traits that you mentioned fall into that category. And now when you say sequencing just because I honestly don't know what that means but I've heard it in movies I've heard it to me What what is sequencing DNA sequencing? So typically in your cell's DNA exists in a very very condensed form right because there's a lot of it. There are tons and tons and tons of base pairs that read off all the proteins that your body needs so it's usually very very condensed. So what sequencing means is that you are kind of teasing that out and reading one base pair of your Danny at a time in the sequence whereas what I did was more honestly higher level where we looked at chromosomes which are special versions of that contains DNA where you can see kind of like a bigger chunks of genetic material missing. But you're not going base pair by base pair. One at a time can okay. Now I think the the big question that my listeners are going to want to know the answer to is so does that mean that you could clone dinosaurs. I remember you had time. I mean I know the answer to this when our audience doesn't pull the whole who I directly understand the process but I don't think I should so it's not that you can't it's that you shouldn't. You're doing the thing that Dr You'd welcome said correctly. Which is they? You are in fact following what he is. He's trying to say. Which is that you asked you asked could you but then you ask should you said probably yeah. Yeah okay. So since we brought up Dr Malcolm Jurassic Park. I'm curious if there is any media that you've consumed that represents whether accurately reportedly The field that you have worked in the field that you are currently working. Oh boy there's a whole range to be honest. I I love to talk about them and provide a reading list and I'm trying to think about I mean. Usually usually they have it right on some level but then there's some level of detail that's either missing or a little bit inaccurate. There's only so much that you can understand a someone who's just like picking up reading books as opposed to actually devoting time to learning learning it right. I mean that could be. But also there's only a certain level of it that functions in your fiction. I think part of it to you. You know you can utilize it up to a certain level but it's important that everything in your story is cohesive. Don't WANNA I don't know too much detail. I think in a lot of cases so and I think especially with fiction. You WanNa make sure that you're building the world enough but at a certain point especially because it's fixing fiction. It's just like well at some point. I've gotTa Tell an interesting story or I'm just going to write a book of Nonfiction About Gene Simmons. Which that that. That is a book. I read fairly recently.

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Officials confirm no survivors from Hawaii helicopter crash; 2 minors and 4 adults were killed.

Mo'Kelly

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Officials confirm no survivors from Hawaii helicopter crash; 2 minors and 4 adults were killed.

"Thirteenth for helicopter operations in Hawaii have been scrutinized now after a crash off the coast of Hawaii six people were killed in a crash that happened Thursday as the helicopter tour the rugged and put to rest the Pali coast featured in the movie Jurassic Park two families of the pilot were on board the helicopter the U. S. Coast Guard says two passengers were believed to be minors the search for the person still missing presumed

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Fossilized Proteins Unravel Dinosaur Mysteries

Science Magazine Podcast

12:03 min | 2 years ago

Fossilized Proteins Unravel Dinosaur Mysteries

"Now we have Gretchen Vogel a staff writer for Science sheer talk with us about a new technique for looking at organic molecules user from animals from fossils from way back we're talking hundreds of millions of years Hi Gretchen Hi Sarah is that number right is it hundreds of millions of years for these molecules correct yes the oldest ones they've around our five hundred or a little bit more than five hundred million years old who and how does that compare with ancient DNA or proteins from ancient animals yet much much older so into DNA has a huge amount that it can tell us about previous life yeah animals and humans but only up to tens of thousands maybe hundreds of thousands of years DNA sequences degrade fairly rapidly relatively speaking proteins can last longer two four million years or so elbows can also give you lots of information if you can sequence the proteins you can tell lots of things about how animals were really needed beyond that some people have claimed to find intact proteins from dinosaurs but those claims have remained controversial well what about these molecules not DNA they're not protein there's something a little bit different correct. They're called protein residues essentially scientists call them protein fossils ation products and they are complex polymers that form from proteins and lipids and sugars after death during the fossils ation process they must be super super tough if they're surviving for so long yes they are they're actually similar to some molecules the you're probably fairly familiar with their formed by reactions very similar to reactions called the my yard reactions that happen in food chemistry so hey time you toast something or round something or grill something molecule similar to these form and they're the kind of things that are left over on your grill that you have to scrub off so anyone who scripted grill knows that these things are pretty tough there definitely not water soluble and yeah microbes don't eat them and they don't wash away this isn't cooking per se but there is a chemical process here that's breaking down all these components of the sal and turning them into something else so how do we know thir identify like what we know about their original four before all these chemical processes happened yeah what the researchers that I'm writing about have discovered word their names are yes me know via N- and Derek Briggs and they work at Yale University and what they found out is that these really tough polymers do still contain some of the original information that the proteins contained when the animal was alive and that's because although there transformed into the he's complex polymers different proteins form different polymers and using a technique called Rahman spectroscopy they can and get a fingerprint of the chemical bonds that are in these polymers and from those fingerprints they can compare different fossils end figure out interesting things about how I'm how those animals might have been related and even things about their metabolism whether they were warm blooded or cold blooded Would they do that. How would they be able to tease out their metabolism from this collection of molecular products? Yeah that's one of the insights that these researchers have had the dispenser the interesting they realized that in living cells similar reactions also take place and the faster an animal's metabolism fast. cell's metabolism the more of these reactions take place and so even during life some of these complex polymers build up in cells and and they realized that the more of them form after death in the fossil station process they could sort of subtract those fossils Russian polymers that had formed and see still a signature of how many of these complex plumbers might have formed during the animal's life. and that gives them a clue about how fast the animal's metabolism was that speed of the metabolism ass- is kind of an indicator if they were warm blooded or cold blooded and we're talking about hundreds millions of years ago so we're talking about dinosaurs correct exactly and people had not suspected but had started to conclude that at least some dinosaurs were probably warm-blooded had a fairly fast metabolism tyrannosaurus rex for example and another kind of dinosaur called Dina Nike's which was the basis for the velociraptor in Jurassic Park that was actually one of the first dinosaurs that inspired the idea that dinosaurs subtly some of them may have been fast runners and had responding fast metabolism and this new technique support those earlier conclusions yes they looked at the Roman Spectra from a whole range of the fossils and it looks like two legged dinosaurs like velociraptor or than an isis or tyrannosaurus rex they had fairly fast metabol- uh-huh and other dinosaurs the quadrupedal ones that walked on all fours and were probably a bit slower that they had much slower metabolisms it looks like the sisters of lizards and snakes were for example cold blooded and fossil mammals turned out to be warm-blooded as did tear sores the largest creatures ever to to live from it sounds like a lot of different specimens have been already examined using this technique. How common are these residues in the different fossils that we have and collections and museums. That's a great question so it doesn't happen in every kind of fossil it's a specific set of conditions that is conducive to the kind of preservation and it turns out that it's sort of dark brown or black fossils in light colored sediments that tend to be aclu and so yes meena human who works at Yale had millions of fossils to look at at the Yale peabody Museum of Natural History and she didn't Dan millions of fossils but more than one hundred and has gone through and built up of fairly significant database of Roman Spectra from a whole range of different fossils do we know why the Dark Brown fossils on a light background tend to have these kinds of molecules that's a sign or that's a a characteristic of oxidative conditions the environment surrounding the animal after died was rich in reactive oxygen mal molecules and dissolved metal ions and that promotes these kinds of biochemical reactions called glide cock sedation and lip pox nation which are big words but they the are the same kinds of reactions that happen when you grill something when you caramelized some okay one I really liked the part of your story you talk about how this is I happened upon can you can you talk about that as an Undergrad Freeman was part of the team that was studying color in dinosaur eggs and she and her colleagues were some of the first defined that some dinosaur eggs were blue green sort of like Robin's egg Johnny people had always thought that they were just white I she was doing this work she would dissolve pieces of fossil eggshells to remove the calcium and to isolate the pigments and she found that they're in some cases Sort of Brown crusty remains as well and she thought hm what is that she looked at it under the microscope and it looked kind of like the organic matrix of eggshells and she wondered if she was seen bits of original tissue but she didn't have time to characterize it until she came to Yale for and there she used a similar technique with pieces of bone or teeth and she found more residues and they even looked like at blood vessels and cells and even nerve actions and she thought what in the world is this so then she and her ht advisor Derek Briggs decided to look at them more carefully Rahman spectroscopy just mean a chose this technique she said because it's one that that is sort of exploratory you don't have to you're not looking for a specific thing it records all the chemical bonds in sample and then you can sort of piece together what it is that you're seeing a lot of biochemical techniques test for specific kinds of molecules but if you don't know what you're looking for then you can't find it and so and this is this is also non-destructive rights you don't have to dissolve your sample right they started out looking at these seduce that had come from destructive sampling but then they realized once they had looked at those they could also look at other kinds of fossils just ramen spectroscopy that doesn't damage the fossil and indeed they found these signs of these complex polymers that mean then recognized as the product of the he's mired reactions that happened in food chemistry oh well are they going to continue to build up this database of profiles and different dinosaurs yes right they're building a database is that can help them compare more fossils with each other they've also done a couple of proof of principle experiments for example they they looked at a fossil called the tully monster which is this really strange creature from three hundred million years ago from fossil beds in Illinois nobody has really been able to determine exactly what kind of thing it was it's it's the sort of oval shape with this long weird appendage and people visit a worm is at some weird nail is it a vertebrate and a paper in nature and two thousand and sixteen concluded that it was most likely probably some kind of really strange vertebrates rush based on morphology when they used the Romans spectroscopy to look at this critters purported teeth that looks like those teeth were probably aide of Collagen or Carrollton which are two kinds of proteins that vertebrates make rather than Titan which would be something that a an in it would make and so that chemical evidence is consistent with the morphological evidence that they had already put together and that was another sign that they're finding L. information in these in these Rahman Spectrum Not Everybody's on board with this get what else could they do to further firm this up has a a new technique for understanding the world of dinosaurs some other researchers cautioned that they're not one hundred percent convinced that all of the signatures that are being picked up these Roman spectra are really from the original animal that there may be some bacteria contamination or some other deposits that might have settled into these fossils for millions of years that's certainly a legitimate question to ask although the men and Briggs say that they have looked bacteria residues and can compare and that they've old those out in most cases they've also looked for contaminants for things like glue or other preparation materials that have been applied to these fossils beeman briggs and their colleagues also say it's early days for this technique they're really excited about the potential that it has but they're hoping that more people start to use it and help to build up the database this is and figure out exactly what kinds of questions these ancient protein residues might help to answer. Are there some big questions at these residues might help answer that people are very excited about people especially excited about this insight into metabolism because that's been a big question in paleontology what animals were warm added what kinds of metabolism's did different animals have for example some of the giant sea creatures did they have a warm lead type of metabolism or were they did they have a slower metabol- awesome or some sort of mix of the to the idea that you could get at some of those questions by a simple non-destructive scan of fossils is really exciting alright. Gretchen thank you so

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All About the new 'Jurassic World' short film 'Battle at Big Rock'

The Empire Film Podcast

07:10 min | 2 years ago

All About the new 'Jurassic World' short film 'Battle at Big Rock'

"New story that I want to talk about as well which which is a PC guy saying this tomorrow night during these et Jurassic world short film Jomie model at Big Rock which I thought was pretty pretty cool but I don't WanNa hear you guys talk about it. Instead of wanting to hear the guy he made it talk about it. Will you please welcome drastic world and the upcoming world three three and indeed the director all the big. Please welcome ah the I just want to thank all of you. I brought my children tonight so thank thank you for introducing them to many new words. I'm so sorry so many questions to answer wants dinner so yes colon thanks to lay down man for everything you were born so listen this short film by the big rock very very exciting. What can you say about what's what happened is so the universal came to us and asked if I wanted to make a short film with their money and I said yes definitely we can put dinosaurs in it and we'll do it and so we're not enough if any last film at the very end we really just change the franchise? Even is as we said all these dinosaurs loose in the world and so it led us a just think about what that really means and take a bit of a step away from our weaponized dinosaurs hybrids and all these things that we've been doing in these in these movies and really just go back to basics and and make a short film about a family campground who just like anyone who's been camping. Sometimes you see a bear going through your garbage and we replaced that with an ceratops yeah. We we go from there because I I've seen a little short films in my life almost every single one of them stand to have a dinosaur and it's you're not the besmirch short films but this is the dream just take a dinosaur and then you're good we list of films that I think what would have been even more amazed ashamed with films that I want to have a dinosaur in them. All Jess I found that amazing movie with Robert Redford all his lawsuit aw I remember watching it incredible movie and I was so ashamed that about two thirds of the way through there could be a Muslim source would be okay with that. I would be alright Robert Redford versus versus the Mosasaurus all along the money would be the most horse tough you never know he's very resourceful so when this we shot in Ireland in January January of last year and we managed to keep it a secret the Irish keep secret added stars Andre Holland who many US probably seen in castle rock if that's out here in Selma is incredible actor Natalie Martinez who is an end of watch and his amazing amazing actress and these two kids that no one's ever seen before who I love so much it was it was like shooting in movie we had five days and we all had to get together with this pretty. Small Irish crew one set and find a way to do something pretty pretty challenging in a short period of time with not same resources that we're used to and everyone was down at the buffet every morning which there's an excellent buffet at this point this out at this hotel in Ireland that we're we're all in this sweet little girl who was in the in the short had never been in anything before and we asked her you know she her mom called and said Bull. I oh I get I get get first class tickets to come out because you're guaranteed a first class taking per guild rules but she really wants her whole family there. Is there anything you can do and I was like well what I do with my my family is usually we'll just we won't take the first class and we'll fly. Everybody and you can fly business if you do that and so she said great and so this van pulls up and just one one after another ten people baby and grandma everybody get out of the van and they were Swedish. There was amazing BEC- it coat from winter in Philadelphia incredible but I'd love to this is happening. Do you think this might spark a trend. Is this something that you would have loved to done and for the first Jurassic World Yeah it is the result of a you know I think it's because our we don't make three movies a year in our franchise and and and we don't even make one movie a year and we're we're a little more old school and that we every three years and we ask people to come and see a dinosaur movie and so it to be able to have something in the middle because the story that we're about to tell in the next film is so different and so large in scope that it was. I just really wanted to do something that was that was just very intimate and small. There are dinosaurs in it but it's a small intimate dinosaur fight. What can you say about where you are with the next Jurassic World World we are? I live here in England and I've been here for three years and we have our our offices out at studios and we've got everyone. They're carving being dinosaurs out of of clay. I can announce here that I have. If any do saw the dark crystal on Netflix John Nolan who did all the animatronic Dr Crystal is going to do our animatronic for us and so he's bringing starting to actually build things in his workshop and seeing what he's able to do with is Enjoin Movement and he's really innovating a really exciting way speaking emphasis on animatronic again there are large and small and we actually have an animatronic in in battle a big rock that was done by legacy by the guys who you know Stan Winston's group before they all have carried on that tradition so we had this the massive allosaurus in Ireland and so everybody was my wife actually took a video of it that I'm sure I'll I'll tweet at some point because there's so much so much fun and energy behind it and that we finally we had this this massive thing that was sticking its head in and out of this camper van spoilers spoiler now but people and and it just this whole crew was actually watching this thing go down and you really feel like you're you're. You're in Jurassic Park when these things really get going and we play music and we play roars really loud so there's there's no element that isn't you know firing on all all cylinders and it's pretty exciting. Everyone applauded and we we felt like we were there. Outside of course in

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Jurassic Park, Nolan And Apollo discussed on Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Jurassic Park, Nolan And Apollo discussed on Mike McConnell

"These tardigrades are so small they're under a millimeter in size they've been dehydrated and placed in suspended animation in case it implies that they're a case of this a proxy of artificial amber I like Jurassic Park will they have the mosquito Nolan and they should be revival of the future now there is they don't represent the first genetic code or life form to be left on the moon know that they're not the first back when the Apollo missions were going on in the sixties and seventies those missions level DNA and microbes contained in almost one hundred bag of human feces and urine you know just in case anybody want to know what we were full of back in the sixties and seventies anyway the these the these tardigrades they're also known as water bears are piglets they can live in water or on land they are capable of surviving temperatures as high as three hundred and two degrees Fahrenheit and as low as minus four hundred and fifty eight degrees Fahrenheit so anyway everybody's excited in the the NASA program in other space programs around the world if you can't find life on the moon bring some life up there with you or by the way when you're done flush the

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