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Comic-Con returns in full force with costumes, crowds
"The pop culture extravaganza in San Diego Comic-Con International is back after a two year hiatus The pandemic forced Comic-Con to go virtual Fully costumed David Werner says it's nice to be back This was a tradition I had and then I brought my wife on our first date Two common cons So it's a very special thing for us And as soon as my son's old enough I'm bringing him in as well As required a Comic-Con nearly all wore masks the protective kind not the supervillain kind ariella lander off is okay with that I would say a tiny bit of meat up nervous As everyone is all the time but I mean they're really good about making sure everyone has their proper identification People like Valerie Lawton feel they fit in at Comic-Con You're in line in somebody's talking about Pokémon and when you're in real life you're the lonely person talking about Pokémon So it's just nice to feel like everybody around you is just an invested as you are People were dressed as Star Wars stormtroopers The Mandalorian even Chucky from child's play emerged from one cosplayer stomach I'm Ed
Verlander gets MLB-leading 12th win as Astros beat A's 5-0
"Justin Verlander became the first pitcher to hit the 12 win mark as the Houston Astros beat the Oakland athletics 5 to nothing For lander allowed 6 hits over 6 shutout innings with ten strikeouts and he did not issue a walk The time office helped and then just kind of always searching mechanically trying to find new things and or kind of like hone in on what I want to feel and you know I think today was kind of a culmination of a couple of those things Martin Maldonado went one for three for the Astros but that one hit was a second inning Grand Slam Collected two hits and he scored a run Atmosphere
James Como Shares His Favorite Story 'Perelandra' by C.S. Lewis
"That you've written a book about one of my very, very, very favorite books. It's called mystical peril and so there are a lot of people listening, they're not even C. S. Lewis devotees, so describe, if you would please, what is para landra for my audience, tell my audience. So that I don't. All right, I'll begin with the subtitle. Mystical peril angel my light my lifelong reading of C. S. Lewis and his favorite book. Because peril andro, he said, more than once, was his favorite book. What year did he write it? Amazing. Out of the silent planet, the first of this trilogy had preceded it in 39, and that hideous strength, which is really a stand-alone thing in 45, I think, was the third book. I think of it as the ransom trilogy because of the hero ransom appearing in all three. So let's call it the ransom trilogy, but the so the middle book and you say, it was Lewis favorite book. And boy, he wrote a lot of books. It's called peril lander. So it's a novel. Yes, a fantasy. He would have called it a romance using the old medieval classical term for an adventure. Now, peril andra, people who don't know the book should know, is Louis's name for Venus. The planet Venus. And in this book, elwyn ransom travels magically in a coffin like object transported by el dila angelic creatures to this unfallen Paradise, which is peril andra. Populated by two people, the king and the queen. Prelapsarian before the fall. I mean, look, this is a heavy idea, so I'm going to have to interrupt a lot, because I want my audience to be tracking. This is amazing stuff, folks. So this is a novel. It is brilliant. It is brilliantly written as a writer who values writing who values literature. There are passages in the book power lander, particularly toward the end that are some of the most glorious passages of prose ever written in English, bar none. Some of the most spectacular writing that I have ever read. But the plot is that elwyn ransom goes to this planet. It's his version of Venus, Lewis's version of Venus. And he is sort of confronts the atom in the eve of that planet before the fall, and then is used by God to help them prevent the fall to prevent the fall.
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Lightning strike early, beat Maple Leafs 7-3 to even series
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Blues use 3-goal third period to top Maple Leafs 6-3
"Double bush David scored a pair of goals of Brayden Schenn tallied a milestone markers Saint Louis Missouri six three at Scotiabank arena tions second period marker was his fourteenth of the season that is one hundred the blue zero four St Louis isn't good to me you know you know huge thing for my career and have got an opportunity here and hopefully keep pushing forward and you know being a big part of the street could cost of branded sword with his two hundredth NHL goal and Ryan o'reilly really other goal scorers for the winners well William D. landers scored a pair in the Los illegals will be thirty four stops in the victory which snapped the buds seven game win streak at home join the debate to run
"landers" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Seem Philly is in all that much of a rush. Listen to the wolf by wherever you get your podcast. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Leah Boston, we got a big game coming up here, auburn, taking on South Carolina, Leo one of the top players in the country, South Carolina, the top team. Andy lander's rejoins the world. The legendary coach. I haven't seen you in a while. It's really good to see a coach and you look like you're doing pretty well. Well, it's good to be here, but I have to tell you, I think I enjoyed sitting in the recliner watching the fine bomber show. More than I enjoy being here. Well, I'm glad to hear that because based on what I've heard in the last couple of hours, I didn't know anyone was liking this show. So it's great to have one friend out there. Yeah, we've got a huge game coming up here. South Carolina has auburn tonight, Tennessee and can anyone stop this train right now? South Carolina is the best team in the country. There's no question about it. I would have a hard time. Believing that they're going to lose another game in the southeastern conference regular season or in the SEC tournament. I think they're just that good. And a lot of people have seen them, but they'll be seen in just a few minutes. What makes them so tough to be? Well, you know, you start in the middle with Aaliyah Boston. You're talking about the premier player in women's basketball. I think will be the national player of the year this year. And then you build it around her, but to me, the thing that separates South Carolina from everyone else is their height, their size, their length along the front line, their guards aren't particularly big, but they're extremely quick and that size behind them, particularly on the defensive end allows those guards to gamble and take risk because if they get beat, the person that's beating them is going to what I call the Great Wall of South Carolina. And when you get there, it's not any fun. South Carolina leads the nation in block shots per game. And Tennessee on Sunday and we'll talk to Kurt's Harper tomorrow. What do you see when you look at the lady vols? Well, I see a team that has had a problem. Really the last three or four years that hasn't gotten corrected. I think Tennessee is a good basketball team. But when you turn the ball over, I looked at something earlier today. Out of 348 teams in NCAA Division I. South Carolina, Tennessee is somewhere I think into three 30s or three 20s and turnovers per game. So when you do that, they're a great rebounding team. They have excellent talent. They have excellent size, similar to South Carolina in that if you do break them down on the perimeter, you run into trouble when you get to the rim. But the problem is, they dominant rebounding team, but they're turning it over, so they're negating the possessions that they're gaining by being such a dominant rebounding team. We've talked about these two. The conference has a lot of really good teams. Who else do you think could make some noise as we turn the page to march? I like what ill as you is doing. I think that they're an excellent basketball team. It wouldn't surprise me if they finished second in the regular season of race in the southeastern conference. They have this size and they have excellent guard play, Caleb poyner has been outstanding scoring the ball assisting the ball. But they check all the boxes. They're excellent defensively. They're plus ten rebounding team. And their players compliment each other. They have a toughness about them that you need to win championships. Coach, it's been too long. I used to see in the airport all the time. Racing I'm leaving you're coming or the other way around. It took good to see you and you're just an inspiration for all of us who are trying to make something out of ourselves. You're easily inspired by. I didn't want to say that, but it's so good to see you. It's good to be here. Coach Andy landers joining us as we are running out of time. We appreciate all of you for being a part of the program. It's been quite an entertainment and entertaining afternoon. Thank you for listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. The Paul fine bomb show airs weekdays on the.
"landers" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Okay. And I don't know what that might fall. I need to talk to you. That means you need to talk to you. Yeah. Let me change it. When you meet Charles in person, he comes off very benign. Okay. Okay, that means let me say that means like nothing's going on upstairs or something. Not exactly. I'm a friend of mine. That's what they told me that's what it was happening with me was nothing happening upstairs, what banana? Okay. You know, I don't know. I didn't look at Wikipedia or nothing like that. So I. Don't know. But Charles I ain't mad at him, you did, you say that he's pedestal or penny. The dollar. But I don't think we talked about that. Let's say he's, I'm not going to give you anything. You know, you know what he is. Let's move on. Yeah, yeah. I don't want to hang out to play checkers with him. But I'd like to thank Stephen nowhere. His name was Stephen that you know put this line up out and Larry just showed why he's still a hater at mail. And he needed to get that height out because he don't need to get his to none of us do. Malaria may take care of the sales. But I'm sitting there maybe 74 years old. I'm probably not being all that particular. Right. One is a good woman, a good hearted woman, right? That's right. It won't ever get out and rain and change the tire for you when you get stuck in the mud. Yeah. That's what I've been at play with right now. I love good hearts. Well, say some people like we used to be a good time and man, I think. Yeah, you know? I am not helping Larry out anymore after what he said. He offended everyone. Hey, thanks for the call, Joe. We still have more.
"landers" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Handsome Joe. I mean, that was handsome Joe. I will say in full disclosure, I would look down there and see Joe from rugby and I used to groan. And now I don't think there is a more anticipated caller on this show. Now this changes. This is nothing for me. Here's the risk. I agree with you. The whole originality with the whole denture thing with Charles and Jim. Stephen, you've come up with quite a list. So you know what? My goal is for all the ones outside of the top 5. Try to work your way up into my top 5. You know what? George now. I mean, there are some people on this show who think because they once were number one, they're still number one, but you have come up with a fantastic list. So let me go to one of those people who made your list. He may be slipping a little bit, but he's still there barely Larry from Shelby is up next. No, number one collared, Joe Hanson. Man, you can't make. You gotta know what better car. And he talks like he's having a mouthful of larval Jesus Christ. What I call was important stuff. Let's get to her. Yeah, I won't. Nothing about my date being 69. 39, but I will. Just, well, of course, everyone knows why I use that number. Okay. Well, I'm gonna go with. I'll tell you anyone from 22 years out of 59. Okay, Larry. Not to make you give your age because some people don't like to do that, but you're over 69, aren't you? Yes, okay. Why are you? Why are you being aged specific here? What's wrong with a nice lady in her 60s? You said Larry, but I'm asking you a specific question. Man, that'd be winning, calling your ass right and left when we go out. You have cut out a very viable market of 60 year olds. I got way better. I was in a damn grocery store and I was talking. Oh, you let me show me how to fix I mean, you know? In our last that's why I am hot. I don't care how old they are. Where are your brokers? So you tell us what you want. You want somebody between 29 and 59. Anything else specifically we can help you with? Just make moves in a big house. That's all I want. Hello. Don't worry. Larry, we just were no longer helping you after that. We are going to a break though. More of your phone calls at 855-242-7285. And our podcast ESPN daily, we ask questions that reveal the deeper side of sports. Did you hear from a certain former president? That's what I'm here to ask.
"landers" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"5, I have a tie, all right? I have so after case call, I dropped her out of the top line. I think that would be almost universal, wouldn't it? Yeah, so she's probably not in the top ten. My tie between Jim and I man. Jim and I man at number 5. Yes. Because and let me tell you why. Young's originality has not been good lately. During the summer of COVID, he has some good original calls. Yeah, he did. It's the same stuff over and over. It's a little bit it's not a little bit. It's all narcissistic. It's all about him. Yes. Exactly. Four, I have Larry from Shelby. Larry. The cable guy. So Larry used to be higher on my list, but I think he hasn't been drinking enough Bud Light like he. He's had a serious heart condition. I think that's cut down. I think he's down from 25 bud lights to 17. Yes, probably, but you know what? I still keep him up there because when he had his heart condition and still got into the fight, that was one of my all time favorites. When he got into a fight when he had his heart condition. Yeah. I agree. Yes. So three is unhinged legend. Oh. No, so about white things. He's number one, but I have a by the way, you got a smart wife when legend is unhinged. I don't know, I can't wait to hear who's ranked ahead of him. So two and I give them some credit because he can't be young, but the dude has come in lately and his points have been going up. Charles from real town is coming in. Charles is a legitimate Hall of Fame collar. Yes. So Charles at number two and number one..
"landers" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"To the Paul finebaum show podcast. And we welcome you back. Tank is up next. Good afternoon, tank. How are you? Good, sir, how you doing? Very well. Thank you very much. Hey, on the scale from one to ten, how I started are you about auburn basketball? Pretty fired up because a couple of years ago, they really did, it was what one shot difference between getting to the championship game, but I still was questioning whether they could win it that year, I don't have any doubt they can win at this year. I agree. Well, I tried to call in. I guess about a week in half ago and I guess I make some help on who pause for who and because I'm the first time tower. So legend, who is the legend is Bama. Bama, okay? Jim is obviously Alabama rap. Right. Okay. So who's the normal colors? Did you get? Tank, we don't have any normal colors. Okay. So you got the wrong show. What if you're looking for normality here? No, I'm not looking at that. Legs and I think a couple weeks ago that he said that he was going to move to or start to live for old man. No, that was Iman who, after the harsh. He is now an old miss fan. Hey, thanks for the call. Appreciate it. Let's talk to Steven next to hello Steven. Hey, 5 ball, what's up, man? We are well. Thank you. So I'm just redoing my list right quick, but I have a top 5 caller list going in. I even have a great issue. I'm not going to go into the material. Well, my first, my first category is originality. You got to be original. Right? I agree with you on that. And you know, I always hate to give my manifesto on what because I'm just one person, but I think originality always works. And entertainment value is number two. You got to make me laugh dude. You got to make me laugh. Because I mean, I don't, I mean, I don't listen to your show to talk about religion. I listen to your show to make me laugh at the end of the day. Yeah, and I want to talk about listen to some of the religious shows, but I mean, Joe osteen's right up the dial. He's got, you can hear him all day long, Billy Graham has a channel on satellite radio. I've listened to that many times and have always been moved. You don't need to come here for a sermon. We're not qualified. And the volume knob, do I turn you up when you call or not turn you down? Turn you down, that's negative the point. That's right. So that's kind of my thing. I have a couple more categories, but I want to get to my callers right quick. All right. Number one, so do you make stuff from 5 to one or even go 105 to one? I'd like to drum roll it. So 5 to one..
"landers" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You know, you've had so many people come on here that have called this program and blamed you for them calling you. And that didn't make any sense to me. It doesn't make any sense to me. Paul, do I have an idea of what's going on in this program with everything I've just said? You do. And I'm glad you said some of the things you said and I know I felt terribly listening to what Kay said. But the show is about a lot of things. It is not about your faith. And I'm glad you said that. I embrace anyone to share their faith here. And I think the record speaks very loudly in that regard and there are many times when faith plays a big role. But we don't just practice one religion on this program, I mean, as you well know. That's exactly right. There's a bunch of them. And I am always sensitive when someone calls in and blots out everyone else. I'm terribly sorry that she's having to go through a tragic situation. But we do this program the way we do it and when you I asked her, I'm in, if she wanted to talk to Jim, I didn't force him on her. And I'm sorry that she did all the things she said. And I hope she'll, yeah, she asked me, do I forgive her, of course, I forgive everyone. Do you know that? Everything's the same on this program. Everybody counts or nobody counts. You know, as many people come on here and is rewarding as the show is still. They are rewarded in CD humor and other people being stepped on all over. And they enjoy it. And when you become part of the train wreck, guess what? The baggage is flying through there, the purses, the suitcases of the shoes, the liquor models, the chairs. I mean, it is wide open. And when you step off and make that phone call, you got to understand you made that phone call and people are going to come in. And I don't think if anybody doesn't feel the K is the person she is in her circle of friends. I mean, that's to me is insane. That they were thinking any difference before I'm in. The show is, the show is about to call her is not a caller..
Harry Reid, former Senate majority leader, dies at 82
"Long long time time Senate Senate Majority Majority Leader Leader Harry Harry Reid Reid Nevada's Nevada's longest longest serving serving member member of of Congress Congress has has died died Democrat Democrat Harry Harry Reid Reid was was Senate Senate Majority Majority Leader Leader during during the the administrations administrations of of both both president president George George W. W. bush bush a a Republican Republican and and Democrat Democrat Barack Barack Obama Obama in in twenty twenty sixteen sixteen as as he he was was leaving leaving the the Senate Senate re re talk talk about about the the highs highs and and lows lows of of leadership leadership have have been been times times when when I've I've been been terrified terrified frustrated frustrated but but you you know know the the Karen Karen the the frustration frustration passes passes quickly quickly read read was was known known as as a a fighter fighter and and tough tough negotiator negotiator during during his his decades decades in in office office former former president president Bill Bill Clinton Clinton noted noted that that his his work work in in the the Senate Senate resulted resulted in in millions millions of of Americans Americans living living better better lives lives reed's reed's wife wife of of more more than than sixty sixty years years lander lander reed reed says says he he died died peacefully peacefully following following a a four four year year battle battle with with pancreatic pancreatic cancer cancer he he was was eighty eighty two two I'm I'm Tim Tim McGuire McGuire
NHL postpones 14 games; won't resume play until Tuesday
"The the NHL NHL now now says says the the league league is is on on hold hold until until at at least least Tuesday Tuesday one one day day later later than than originally originally planned planned teams teams will will return return to to practice practice on on Sunday Sunday and and William William Neil Neil lander lander to to the the NHL's NHL's list list of of players players and and call call the the protocols protocols the the maple maple Leafs Leafs forward forward joins joins teammates teammates John John Tavares Tavares Morgan Morgan Riley Riley goaltender goaltender Jack Jack Campbell Campbell along along with with coach coach Sheldon Sheldon Keefe Keefe the the international international ice ice hockey hockey federation federation is is canceled canceled its its under under eighteen eighteen women's women's World World Championship Championship for for the the second second straight straight year year over over covered covered nineteen nineteen concerts concerts however however the the IIHF IIHF is is allowing allowing the the men's men's junior junior hockey hockey championships championships to to begin begin in in Canada Canada on on Sunday Sunday is is scheduled scheduled I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Nylander, Campbell lead Maple Leafs to 3-0 win over Flyers
"But maybe he's got a pair of goals by William Neil lander and a three nothing win over the flyers the lander broke a scoreless tie midway through the second period with a centering pass went off the skate well I didn't really know I don't really know how like if I kicked or not but I mean when I got to the vegetal musical so then it's pretty confident we'll be able in underscored again early in the third period this time on the power play tallies by the latter we're a sixth and seventh goal of the season Andre Kasi closed the scoring late in the third with his second goal of the year Jack Campbell stopped all thirty six shots he faced in the shutout win Michael Luongo Philadelphia
Mitchell scores 27, Jazz pull away to beat Hawks 110-98
"Donovan Mitchell scored twenty seven points and the jazz shot fifty one percent in the one ten ninety eight win over the hawks boy am Bogdanovich Jordan Clarkson each added sixteen points helping you Tabitha lander for the second time in five days the jazz scored baskets on seven straight possessions at one point in the second quarter and shot twelve of eighteen from the field during the period to break open a close game Kevin Hurter scored twenty eight points and Trae young added twenty seven for the hawks Atlanta lost despite shooting fifty one percent from three point range I'm Dave Ferrie
Nylander scores in OT, Leafs rally to beat Lightning 2-1
"John tomorrow score with forty one seconds left in the third period and William Neil lander potted the winner in overtime as a least a come from behind to win win with that mother Jack Campbell on the bench to viruses one timer beat Andre Russell looking for his fourth of the season to send the game to extra time with Tampa's Victor Hedman of the penalty box the lender be bustling ski on a pass from Austin Matthews to with it his fifth of the campaign Bob Rubin scored the lightning goal Campbell made twenty four saves in the win believes about one to four in a row join the debate Toronto
"landers" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"No one very few people want to just do nothing for work so when we get down to that point leads to feelings of maybe. Maybe i'm not asking the right questions of the bosses. Maybe i maybe. There is work that i should be doing. And it's gonna like the hammers gonna drop later. And i don't know it. Maybe they don't value me. Maybe i don't belong here like it. Just it's a big cascade of problems as a result of just not having enough or being clear on exactly what what you're supposed to be doing. I'm simpson's goes under the name of a role in beauty and you're like i'm not quite sure what my job actually is here like. Am i really doing exactly what i'm supposed to be doing Yeah just associated with a lot of really negative outcomes. So i think it's a really great thing for leaders and supervisors to keep in mind right in terms of win. They're thinking about the the distribution of work within their department within their teams are making sure that you're not doing the overload thing but you're also not doing the underlying thing because both have Have negative outcomes You know. I'm wondering you talked a little bit about some implications for you know how leaders and executives might think about things like a and gamification. One thing i was thinking about too is. Do you think there are any applications that we can think about or address for job seekers You know if they know that they are applying for a job that at an organization that is using these types of technologies. I mean is it worth it for them to to think about things differently or should they just kind of do what they've always done. What do you think so advice to job. Seekers who see organizations are using lots and lots of tech show. I mean should they should. They approach for example. They're they're hiring process differently. Should they do different things in their interviews. Should they structure resumes in different ways. Or yeah you know it. It's it's so hard to predict from job seekers side because you don't really know it's the on the flip side of the problem. We don't really know just how sophisticated their techniques are so good. Good evaluation of resumes for example is not what most companies do. Most companies still use very old sort of keyword matchy kind of approaches. And then very obviously yes. You have to have the keyword on air that leads to all sorts of weird behavior. Let's have the giant block of invisible texts at the end of our resume and find it. Yeah so if a company is doing that and you still wanted to apply their For whatever reason then yeah. I mean it doesn't it doesn't it doesn't do anything bad to try to gain a badly written piece of software. I guess if they're doing that. I might especially if i was going into technology-oriented role. I'd be a little concerned so even even in the hr side seeing something. That's kind of clunky and doesn't work very well and you see everybody says. Oh yeah just put this keyword and you'll get an interview that kind of advice really tanks. The credibility of technological sophistication of the whole thing. We've seen it in a bunch of our research where the perceptions of technological sophistication is like the one number one thing that pops in all of these sort of approaches that companies take to recruitment. That if you have a system peeler gonna say oh. Yeah that whole companies. Just not very good with technology. That's the reaction. People have so from from the applicant perspective. I think it is important to know that..
"landers" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"Level to ask those right questions because you know these systems they like you mentioned. They aren't deciding. They don't have reason if they're based on garbage. It's going to be. You're going to get garbage out right or if it's just based on not so not so good you could have not so good on the other end right. It doesn't have to be total garbage. So i think your point is is really one that that leaders and executives should should be paying heed to. Yeah i don't know why the philosophy didn't come. I if i'm sitting in this place i want to touch that with a ten foot pole and then i'm also thinking okay. They're so young and nascent. Everybody needs to post on glassdoor. What software package people are using. And then you can you know. There's a brief anti business model to make. This is how you have to talk. If you wanna hack this go so you can get to the second round of interviews at company x. White zad right you birth algorithm that make but we do this all the time. It's part of nature right. How we dress up okay. I'm gonna put on a brooks brothers suit and go on in right. We're trying to dress ourselves up and if we don't feel like we're getting a fair shake through an interview process that everybody's just another brick in the wall. That's probably bad for your brand right. Yeah i mean so there. There is a a sort of other perspective on this. Which is that. It's actually what you're saying that that human processes are already quite biased by themselves. That when you when you're hiring manager to paying attention to what you're dressed like for example which they are because that's very human. That's very hard not to pay attention to how somebody's put together. Visually that's a problematic process. An aa models can help dressed that. That's a different question than do they. And so for any given product. Maybe it's been created in a way that it can help address. Those human failings and human issues may be just amplifies them and you don't you don't know from the surface you are relying on the company reporting accurately and transparently everything that they've done. It's really it's re Why we're seeing so much attention very suddenly on the idea of a audits because there's a growing recognition that if these companies are just given free rein to create these models without telling anyone what they're doing that we have no idea how horrible under the hood might be and maybe there are companies doing this in a in a highly ethical fashion but we we don't even know that because nobody even releases their models we don't have information on the processes there using Quite often so the area of rapid change. I fully expect there to be a legislation about this even in the us which is usually lags behind in privacy and rights and such a in much of the world. I expect there'd be legislation about this relatively soon in congressional terms. You know maybe five ten years but that that the goal in that will be to To try to encourage. I suppose or maybe even regulate to require transparency. So that we do. We can't answer some of those questions. What is going on in this thing and is it just replicating human biopsies. Are you making an effort to fix human biopsies. If you're doing matt how're you doing it. Why are you doing it. does it actually work. Have you evaluated that..
"landers" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"But the computers right. They can only predict based in the way similar to autonomous driving car on one side. Well if everybody were and awesomely done autonomous driving cars. We'd probably have less rex. But we almost do want that human bias and influence in some of these places right so how when we start to look at that. How do we navigate that ethical. Bend of hey human should be involved in this hiring process which anybody that's tried to train managers how to hire or interview. It's like it's getting a medical degree in dentistry and pulling root canals probably easier versus in a i which is equally heart. I mean how do we navigate that. How might we think about that as we look at this stuff. Yeah it's probably the biggest challenge that we see. The space right now is because he's again because they i is really just to bodily and predictive modeling is really just using existing data set to make new predictions. That means that we have a. There's a very high bar for ensuring that the original data set was collected. Ethically validly that. There's the whoever made that data set did so in a responsible way because otherwise you just replicate all of the same biases that you already have. you can even introduce new ones like if you imagine a company that generated like a vendor that generated their data said in a biased way. And then they come to your company say oh we don't even need to collect new data from your company are that's are as wonderful. We have all these case studies And then they use it. They're going to actually introduce new bias from other organizations into yours because you didn't know that that's where they were getting their data from and they may or may not have been using good practices so that this is this is why i really emphasize the the due diligence component of this to do the research on exactly where things are coming from because there is an ethical obligation to ensure that the models are being created The one the data the that you're pulling from our of high quality And ethically created At but to that they are being modeled in an ethical way as well because there is some practices that are really probably illegal. And i say probably because none of this has been challenged Yet i'm sure it will at some point but i'm practices like Actually one of the big ones that worry about is What's called has a lot of different names. One is dialect correction that when you have a a natural language processing algorithm which really just means you're using text as the put in your in your model what people are saying..
"landers" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"It doesn't seem quite some magical so i don't even want to say built. I built algorithms that make predictions which is basically what is due and to try to. Even at times it's hard to even break down. The processes ivory look. I understand them. As i write the code and then maybe two weeks later look at like. I'm not sure. I remember what that does but i don't remember exactly how it does it like even as an expert in it's easy to abstract out and then trying to put aside what you've already finished so for somebody coming at that. Who has no frame of reference. Who's just like the way i understand. You're a grading interviews because that hiring manager over there has graded interview. So i assume it kind of works like that and then it doesn't go any deeper and that's how you end up with people saying oh the a yeah. The i decided the hired you the fires you the whatever without completely disconnected human parts of it which are which is really what drives what they do right and so on a surface level you know and and just the basis level of your head of hr an organization and you probably bought some basic package. Maybe it's a web based package for you know managing incoming applicants wing annual performance reviews. And then now it's like ooh our systems are getting dated or maybe creaking under the stuff. There's not a whole lot of understanding because the vendors come and say. Hey oh it's like in the year two thousand everything. That was cool. Two thousand you could get vacuum cleaner two thousand then. We had high definition television. And it's like oh now you get the vacuum cleaner. hd hd right but now it's like. Hey you got the vendor's software this not only does it have the coupled or arm rest. It has the i the guys across the street have the i and we saw some of this and early cloud adoption. Ceo's being hey hair even in the cloud bro. Not yet man week we are right. Yeah so how deep does somebody have to go to start getting their arms around some of these ideas just from an end user perspective. Yeah i mean there's a lot of parts of that I i think that one issue here is to recognize that there are a market forces driving a lot of these companies to call what they're doing different things When when they really necessarily changed underlying practices at all We saw i think the first time we got a lot of press around. This was blockchain. Win suddenly everybody was a blockchain company. And now nobody's blockchain company. No one cares anymore. So it's is this weird sort of shift over time like a lot of those companies never actually did anything different..
Max Scherzer Pushes Dodgers Into 1st in NL West
"Who's in first place in five bobby who you think might be in first place albeit by half game albeit tied in the loss column in the national league west. Who do you think. That is bob. The team with the most good player so any team. That's that that it's finally coming to foolish wishing yeah and they got they got six innings at max Sherzer and yeah. They moved ahead a half game. Head of the giants on the las com. Yeah this is you know. This isn't the i would say. It was inevitable because the giants have been you know not faltered really all year but This could be their destiny. Sure sure yeah. Nobody should be shocked at this obvious. And bob and i'll tell you something The sherzer thing if they repeat is will go down as is important a trade deadline acquisition as there has been okay because we baseball you go back through history. Yes there have been a lot of moves like that for veteran hitters and veteran pitchers. Okay but bob. I very rarely has pitcher funny. The last time it was this profound. I think you. Maybe i'm forgetting somebody was ver- lander. His max is former teammate. In detroit going to the astros and helping pitch them to a world series. At dave roberts is telling me the other day bob just profound affect not just shares. His talent has had on this team but his professionalism. Okay the way he takes care of his business and wh when when the manager of a team that just won last year is talking about a another former champion. they picked up in this these kinds glowing terms. You can see no move if they win is going to be more important than them. Get max scherzer for the national.
NASA Is Digging Into a Problem
"Unlike rounded weathered rocks on earth the dust and dirt particles on the moon are irregularly shaped crushed rocks with sharp angles the abrasive nature of lunar regular creates a host of challenges for landers robots and scientific equipment sent to the moon but nasa researchers are digging into the problem with the help of an earth stimulant that has similar properties to moon dirt be one an economical commercial byproduct of certain mining operations comes from the black point lava flow in northern arizona from surface experiments to vacuum chambers nasa uses bp one to help researchers better understand the interaction between rocket exhaust and the lunar surface one hundred twenty tonnes of the stimulant can be found at nasa kennedy space center in a lab area nicknamed the big ben where they test how robots will perform on the moon ground tests using the stimulant help. Researchers validate predictive models of plume interaction and determine which instruments will get left in the
Why You Should Care About Big Agriculture Getting Bigger
"What exactly is big. Agriculture big ag describes large-scale corporations involved in farming makers of tractors companies that sell seeds and large-scale producers. It is often used when pointing to the power imbalance between large-scale corporations and small farmers but before we get to that let's look at some advantages. Big ag brings to the table. Industrial farms produce more than small farmers. This makes sense. They have more tools more land and more helping hands a greater supply they bring to the economy feeds demand with ample supply. We as consumers enjoy lower prices at the grocery store. Large scale farms also drive innovation because they are always seeking to maximize productivity. This means better technology and faster adoption of it leading to better processes. But what are the costs to answer that. We look at landownership both in america and across the world as big ed grows the land available for small farmers obviously shrinks the expansions of big in the continent tanto grit conflicts over land of natural resources as was living space With the small farmers and indigenous communities kartini. Simone is based in indonesia. She works to support grain partners in asia. A nutritionist who has worked in rural development pertini is involved with the peasant and rural youth movements in indonesia as big egg expands it encroaches on these rural communities communities have cared for the land for centuries. That's why it it's better dangerous as we see The situations that small farmers as well as indigenous communities are facing because they are losing their lander the livelihood basically because of the competition with the big act.
A Look Back at the 1983 KFC Massacre
"It was one of the most infamous crimes ever committed in east texas. Five people kidnapped from kilgore. Kfc then shot to death now. Thirty five years later. One of the men convicted could soon be set free on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three kim. Tyler stopped by kilgore texas. Kfc or and eleven pm to see for mom. Mary was still working to her shock. She found the restaurants door open and blood covering the floor. Kim ran out screaming. This begins one of the most mysterious texas mass slayings and as you can imagine. There are a lot of texas mortars. Today we're gonna talk about the infamous kentucky fried chicken murders so like we said on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three mary. Tyler was thirty seven. Opie hughes thirty nine. And joey johnson twenty or on-duty at the kfc and kilgore david maxwell twenty one employees at the restaurant who was off duty and just kind of hanging out and monty landers only nineteen was a friend of theirs and they were both there to visit with joey. The restaurant was about to close. It was likely around eight or nine pm in this two hour between eight or nine. Pm and eleven pm. When kim tyler found the blood inside the restaurant something terrible happened the next day. Five bodies were found by an oilfield worker off county road to thirty two four. Were shot point blank in the head. Their bodies were all pointing north. The fifth was found a ways later one of the women who was assaulted and facing a different direction. Obviously the town was shocked. Close-knit everything you'd think of conservative. Leaning as the police started investigating they started putting some of the pieces together. But since the murders happened between county. Lines ruskin greg counties. It meant it was already a contentious investigation. You'd think about an investigation anyway especially at this time. Nineteen eighty-three probably didn't get all the evidence. Maybe not as thorough as they would have liked and so this complicated things even more soon. The texas rangers also be involved appointed by the department of public safety to keep the case. Organiz sensing the tension between the two different counties. Two cousins from tyler. Romeo pinkerton darnell hartsfield became suspects just weeks after the killings but joe records at the time falsely indicated. The men might have been in jail at the time throwing the cops off their sent though. Hundreds of tips poured in more than a decade. When by before rusk county grand jury began meeting to an indictment in april nineteen ninety-five. The grand jury charged. James earl mankins junior. The son of texas representative with five counts of capital murder. Mankins who had conflicted pass to say the least and his wife deborah who also became a suspect had tied to the scene. There was a fingernail found on the victim's clothing and mankins was missing the same looking fingernail and the to fit while he was charged with the murders he was later released after beginning of pretrial proceedings due to a lack of conclusive
Bezos' Blue Origin Rebuffed in Contract Protest
"To space. Amazon founder Jeff Bezoza now wants to head to the moon, not him personally. But he's urging NASA to give blue origin a moon Lander contract and Says he and the company are willing to cover billions in research and development costs was a little kid. Astronauts inspired me things like this inspire kids, and that's a big deal. That's Bezos after returning to Earth last week. NASA has already awarded a Moon lander contract to Elon Musk's SpaceX. But Bezos's blue origin has filed a protest with the government Accountability Office. Jeff
World Video Game Hall of Fame: Everything You Need to Know
"To kick things off just like sports, rock n roll W W E and TOYS. Even the video games have their own Hall of Fame. Now, the method of selection of Hall of Fame or the Games is a little bit unique compared to other halls of fame, so we turn to Robbie Landers. To give us some info on the video Game Hall of Fame. Yeah, so a little bit of info about the video game of the Hall of Fame processes. It's actually the strong National Museum of Play, which is located in Rochester, New York, and over there. Unfortunately, yes. So a few years ago, they decided to to to to basically start the video game Hall of Fame within the strong museum here. So, uh, Give an idea of how their how how games are nominated. How you get to be within the Hall of Fame is anybody can actually sort of, you know, suggest or nominate a video game by sending an email email them and say, Hey, I think Mario Brothers, too, should be in the vision of all the things you could be the guy you could be the one to do that. But then it goes through through a few different things. Such the player's choice ballot. So you know gamers do actually get to vote throughout the year. You know in in certain instances, help move that along. But there is actually an international selection advisory committee that they That's composed of journalists, scholars and other individuals, Indwelling nerds who are familiar with his former basement willingness with the history of sort of video games and the role that they play in society, right. So to give you an idea, you can't just be like I I vote for this and let's look at how much money did it make to go in. There's actually a few specific criteria. This is where things start to get a bit more academic so Are four major points that they look at when deciding if a game could be or should be inducting the video Game Hall of Fame. The first is its icon status. Is this a game that is widely recognized and remembered. So Mario Brothers to? Unfortunately, don't think Is in there. I think that there's too many. I think you that's a true state. I can't argue that all right? Yes, Longevity. The game is more than a passing fad and enjoyed popularity over time. Sorry, fall guys.
Defendants Involved in Massachusetts Standoff in Court
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting defendants involved in a Massachusetts standoff on Saturday appear in court several of the eleven people charged in connection with an hours long armed standoff along interstate ninety five in Massachusetts over the weekend were in court for their arraignment Tuesday the purported leader twenty nine year old Jamal Tavon Sanders Latimer also notice Jamal to leave a bill obey told the judge he didn't understand how the charges could be brought against him the first to appear forty year old queen Cumber lander told the judge he was a foreign national who can not face criminal charges ten men and a seventeen year old juvenile face charges including unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition and use of body armor in commission of a crime they say they are members of a group called rise of the borders hi Mike Rossio
"landers" Discussed on Discover Lafayette
"Of our home offices here but we may be able to do it everywhere you know by having this link we can do one here and forty other locations and it so it just kind of opened up that span of what who we can recruit into our blood drive. So that's one of the newest things that we have. That were hoping helps you. Know helps As far as flexibility and and for people to still host their blood drives you know. It's been a challenge to keep that sense of community. And i bet that really does we can linked together. Even if you're not in person is a team you can make a difference. We even had neighborhoods drives. Yeah and they have been very successful because especially early in the pandemic when we all couldn't leave our homes and we had to stay very close to our house where you know doing a blood drive was kind of a nice thing. 'cause somebody could leave their house for just a moment donate blood and you know it was something that give a little release out of getting out of your house at that point that peer pressure helps to your neighbors like okay. Yeah when you early on it with the pandemic people were nervous. Like the oh. I couldn't leave my house in what was key for us to share with the public is that this is a an essential service so the us surgeon general even announced that that blood platelets and plasma is essential and people must continue to give blood so That is something that we're going to really try to encourage and into our messages so that people realize that even if we go through hopefully again not what we did in the first part of this pandemic but if we get there we want to make sure that our communities understand that blood donation is essential. So i'm so glad we had the opportunity to let you shared the whole message. Not just a two minute pitch. Yeah now i appreciate this very much. It's my pleasure. I want to thank. Amanda landers regional director by talent and his. Well as stephanie are for reaching out to me to promote this much-needed community service As we're closing down. I'd like you to just if you can fill me in on your personal life. Are you still playing tennis. he you have time it. Will i get that question. All the time and i feel guilty when i answer this and so no i don't. I've asked to join almost every team ever imaginable. But be ala's on their teams and especially when so i. I had been playing since i was. I think he started playing a seven. And i started competitively playing by time. I was ten. So by the time i had played all those years and through college at that point i you know it became where my passion wasn't there anymore. So i i've now moved my passion as you can tell into other parts of my life but tennis is something i gave up now. Of course i. I love to do other things but yeah it was interesting. I remember playing My last doubles match in college. We were in alabama. And i told my doubles partner at the time i said this is the last time i'm playing and you knew it then. And she looked at me and she said you just need a break. You're just going to go into the summer when you're gonna need a break and you're good and i said no i think i'm done and it was funny because i really never played again. I went out and hit a little bit competitive. No not ever played another match again. So you know i get that. Though my daughter. Kelly didn't spend years you did in tennis. But she would ride question and she didn't like the competitive part of that she liked to ride for the pure pleasure of writing and she would win when she would compete. It wasn't really wet. Brought her joy. Yeah love the horses and you know probably the way you were driven. I guess at that point. Yeah it can take the joy out of things when it's all about. yeah the the result and not just. The joy of playing tennis and tennis is a very much a mental game. As you know so anyone that plays tennis already knows this. But yeah i mean it becomes very i mean especially when i'm playing competitively so it takes a toll on you emotionally mentally and physically so by that point i was like you think we'll take a break and i really thought i was but truly it's like even now i don't have the passion to get back out there now. My old teammates. They're probably gonna listen to this and they're gonna probably text me right after to go and hit because time to get back every time i say something. Like that. Allowed the text me and they. They're like nope. You're gonna go and play sports. You can come bowling with us. When covid restrictions yes offers up. I'm looking. I love bowling too. So thank you so much again. Please visit by talent dot org and consider signing up getting your friends and family to sign up and give blood. And let's let's try to reach that fifty five thousand units that are needed a blessing community and speaking of blast. I wanna take a moment to thank. Our sponsors have been so generous in helping me. Do this podcast. First of all iberia bank which is recently merged with first horizon. Thank you for your ongoing support and honor general. Couldn't do this without you guys. And i'm very grateful for their support and last but not least raider and in particular jason sikora who will take our tape. Mix it and make it sound professional into our listeners. Please share this I think this is one hundred seventy seventh podcast today. So please share this with your friends if you haven't yet please subscribed discover lafayette. You can go on podcast out and just you'll see discovery. Lafayette come up or visit our website. 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"landers" Discussed on Discover Lafayette
"British columbia. Amanda came to lafayette in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety eight to play tennis on a four year scholarship. She fell in love with our culture and the people of acadian a- making lafayette her home with her husband and three children. Amanda landers thank you for joining us on discovery. Lafayette will thank you so much for having us yes. So let's just start out Let's get into the personnel before we get into the business of trying to increase blood donations. One of the I wanted to change your culture but coming from british columbia. Was it that different. Coming here to louisiana he. No it really was A lot of people think. Will you're from canada so it must be very similar with the french influence but i was from the west coast. Doesn't have as much French influence. But i did gain that actually coming here The folks that are in lafayette are to me such a precious group as soon as i got here and tell the story all the time i came with one bag often airplane four flights to get here no an eighteen year old with one bag and this university kind of just embraced me. There was somebody standing at their report with my name on it. They made sure. I had everything i needed. And it was just so comforting from the beginning. I mean even. I have very fond memories of local families that embrace the You know i played tennis for the university. So you know. They embraced the The tennis team for over for thanksgiving and christmas if we couldn't go home really Something that sets apart that you know really is recognizable for me here than than other parts of the country. So you see. Your parents were on their minds. Were put at ease about ubs. I think so. My mother tells a story now that you know she was very sad to see me leave. She didn't act like get at the airport. But i think just knowing that i had a good home base here that yet. S means that the mideast. Yeah i had gust resent add on if you gus hands central pizza with his partners and some other restaurants but he came to lafayette. He's I can't even think of what country he's from me all but he assab. Hello okay but he. He said he got the same. I guess the same warm welcome. When he came here he had been playing up north and ended up here. There's some connections and the the tennis community is really absolutely inspirational. Lloyd interesting too. I didn't expect this coming into it but all of us that we're playing at the time i mean we're talking back nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight thousand one and i would assume actually most of the team now. Well we're all we're all from different countries so while i came to lafayette i also got to experience this vast amount of cultures within my own team and so that was an experience in itself. You know we still very much stay in touch and they come back to lafayette to visit very often. Because there's such a connection for us right so you decided to stay here. Yeah got your masters in business you have. Did you have dreams about what you'd be doing. I mean look what pulled you into. This industry was blood. Banking is what. You're asking that so very interesting so i actually did my public relations internship at at the time. United blood services By talent is formerly united. Blood services. And i walked in and i thought well darn well. What did they do here. And as the you know that semester went on and the internship i realized how dynamic and i mean it's just the most interesting Industry in my opinion that you can. You can't imagine. I mean past the doors. There's just so much going on. All the dynamics and i think that's what's really kept me engaged after eighteen years. I would have never guessed after an internship by would have still been ryan In this industry definitely did not envision not But it's allowed me a lot of opportunities out. I credit you know some former leaders that have led me as well that have given me that opportunity but you know that so dynamic i mean i've i've grown in various roles within the organization so it's just something i've been very passionate about and then you know meeting the The recipients of what we do right. I mean it's just something that touches you very deeply so i'm lucky very blessed to be able to be during this is as long as i have and hopefully a longer so when you speak with the recipients I think that having an adequate blood supply is something must step. It's time think about until we are a family member need it. Yes at right here. So right john and i hate that people feel bad about that. I don't want people to feel bad about that but that is true. you know. typically we see Even blood drives will call in and say. Hey i'd like to host a blood drive typically. It's because they've had a family member in the hospital. It's used blood. They know of someone and you know it's the blood on the shelves that saves lives right. We always say that even in emergency situations You know whether it be terrible things. Like shootings or You know hurricane hit. It's the blood on the shelves that saves lives at the time at the time. And that's what people don't realize is when your loved one in your family. Member is having to use now. We very much appreciate that people. Replenish that blood supply. But it's not that blood. Essentially most of the time that is going to their family member their friend or loved one. So i hear that a lot jan so we just have to take that i think and think about that internally and no that every one of those patients is somebody's loved one right. You know if you think of it that way Obviously we'd have a lot more of blood on her shelves. But i would encourage people to really dig deep about that. I didn't realize until i was looking at some materials. Bit a pint of blood isn't like a can of soup doesn't last until like twenty twenty three deaths so it doesn't so red cells are only have a shelf life of forty two days which is very short really. It is and platelets only five days. Wow yeah so our platelet donors are just the most fabulous folks. I just have to say. I love all of my blood donors and But platelet donors just top-class because what they actually they'll come in several times a month and that process takes a very long time about two hours but they are donating platelets because they know that it's helping cancer patients. They are very dedicated In we really encourage obviously folks to be donating platelets because you know if you just have a very aged little donor base. You're relying on that small group of people over and over again and so growing that base because that product is five days and truly after labeled after two days. It's not with us anymore. it's already so. I think there's a thought process that you know. Blood sits on shelves. Blood does not on shelves. I typically after it's you know process tested and everything. Within two days most units are moved to the hospital right so there's no stockpiling. In matter of fact we most of our supply right now is less than two days supply. Meaning that were as soon as it's it's gone. Yeah so united. Blood services was the initial organization formed back in nineteen fifty.
"landers" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD
"Hello everybody and welcome back to the show. My name is Willa Walden. I'm your host for the Space News Pod. Today they were GonNa be taking a look at the budget for NASA Twenty Twenty one will see twelve percent boost for the NASA. It's a budget and three billion dollars of the budget goes almost all to commercially. Made Lunar Lander's so there's a couple of companies that do this or want to do this. Blue origin Boeing Lockheed Martin Northrop Northrop Grumman dianetics in Sierra Nevada Corporation. And also SPACEX and I'm GonNa get into that in just a second but I want to remind you that if you are going to buy anything on Amazon there's a link in the description of this and if you want to help out the show you can click on that link and I take a tiny chunk of them so if you buy something on Amazon it helps me up an affiliate of Amazon and You know every purchase. It helps me out. I get like I said a tiny tiny bit portion of every purchase. So thanks everybody who have been doing that You are helping me. funday tripped trip to Florida. In April of this year to go see rocket launch and Kennedy Space Center in Florida. So thanks I I do appreciate it and if you are willing to go even further. There's a petri on Patriot dot com slash space news. PODCAST if you want to help out thank you so much for everybody who's has been doing that and Let's get back to this. Twelve percent boost for NASA for Twenty Twenty one K so a human landers for the arts program are very important. People need to land on the moon in order for The next phase of space exploration flourish to begin. So what's going to happen. There's going to be a lunar orbiter while there was going to lunar orbiter but apparently there's a bill that's being kicked around a little bit that says that the Lunar Lander can be Lunar Lander the lunar orbiter could be a lunar slash Mars. Orbiter this sort of go between gateway in between those two things. So what does that mean. What does that mean for the budget? Well it means that There is a twenty five point. Two billion dollar budget for NASA in this is the largest that has been since the nineteen ninety s and this orbiter lunar slash Mars Gateway in the future. Maybe thing according to this budget now. The Lunar Lander is important in. They need a lot of money to get this thing right because human lives are on the line and if they don't land properly well. There is a lot at stake for NASA and for the people that are involved with that landing the lot of research and development. There's a lot of testing. There's a lot of Getting things wrong in order to get things right and you have to break things in order to fix things right. So that's what's going to happen with that. Three billion the B.. That's basically just for the lander case. So there's more money involved to the state of the Union By president trump stress that the administration's commitment to space which is backed up by the twenty. Two thousand one budget numbers Said Ed space exploration will reinvigorate the landscape of American science. So they want to help the scientific community by giving them a little bit more money you for these lunar landings which is pretty awesome. If you ask me no matter what your politics are with no matter. What side of the aisle? You're on if somebody's throwing money at NASA and saying hey do incredible things. That's great whenever NASA gets more funding funding and they can use that funding to do incredible almost like illogical things like send people to Mars then and that's a good thing. We want those things in the future. We want to have a steady budget climb for NASA because these things as you know the the exploration of our closest neighbor the moon and our next pleased to hesitate habitat. We're GONNA make a habitat on Mars. Those things are important and they cost a lot of money to do that because commercial programs you know like commercial. Companies like SPACEX like Boeing like blue origin et CETERA. They need that money to pay the people to make the things to get us there and they wanna make a fleet of you know Different landers possibly to get us to the moon. There could be more than one winner you know with these budget things happen. It's like okay. So a couple of companies could build landers couple of companies could build rockets. Could starship thing possibly you know SPACEX has already thrown their head the ring to be a lander to be To be certified basically to land humans on the moon and and if that's a possibility that's great for SPACEX that's great for engineers as great for scientists because the more the more money that goes into these companies. The more money goes back into the economy which is great so three billion for mainlanders. That's pretty awesome now. We haven't really Ali Sina budget for Mars yet So there's about four hundred million dollars that's Budgeted for extraction of water and oxygen from lunar sources as well so basically they're going to land something on the Moon Find a water source finds mice get some oxygen and water out of that ice and figure out how to make that had into hydrogen and oxygen and water because we need hydrogen. It's basically rocket fuel right. So you get the hydrogen from the ice you. He made it into rocket fuel. You can send somebody from the moon back to Earth or from Mars back to Earth etc so since you ice to hydrogen oxygen oxygen and water. It's going to be a four hundred million dollars doesn't seem like a lot compared to the three billion for the lander but it's a good stepping stone a good start for this budget so they're gonNA start making more things for the Moon Now this is pretty cool and I'm pretty excited about it and I'll let you any more that I find out there's going to be a talk from Jim Breitenstein coming up and and I'm going to have a live Youtube Viewing Party and this is going to be February tenth so I want everybody to tune in over to the Space News Pod on Youtube for tenth at twelve thirty pm so Space News Pat on youtube dot com slash space news pod. Jim Bryanston the head of NASA will about the future of the Moon to Mars artists mission. Check it out. Come hang out. It should be pretty awesome so on that I'm GonNa say thank thank you for taking the time out of your day to spend a here with me on the speaks news pod my name is will walden and I will see you soon..
"landers" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD
"Hello everybody and welcome back to the show. My name is Willa Walden. I'm your host for the Space News Pod. Today they were GonNa be taking a look at the budget for NASA Twenty Twenty one will see twelve percent boost for the NASA. It's a budget and three billion dollars of the budget goes almost all to commercially. Made Lunar Lander's so there's a couple of companies that do this or want to do this. Blue origin Boeing Lockheed Martin Northrop Northrop Grumman dianetics in Sierra Nevada Corporation. And also SPACEX and I'm GonNa get into that in just a second but I want to remind you that if you are going to buy anything on Amazon there's a link in the description of this and if you want to help out the show you can click on that link and I take a tiny chunk of them so if you buy something on Amazon it helps me up an affiliate of Amazon and You know every purchase. It helps me out. I get like I said a tiny tiny bit portion of every purchase. So thanks everybody who have been doing that You are helping me. funday tripped trip to Florida. In April of this year to go see rocket launch and Kennedy Space Center in Florida. So thanks I I do appreciate it and if you are willing to go even further. There's a petri on Patriot dot com slash space news. PODCAST if you want to help out thank you so much for everybody who's has been doing that and Let's get back to this. Twelve percent boost for NASA for Twenty Twenty one K so a human landers for the arts program are very important. People need to land on the moon in order for The next phase of space exploration flourish to begin. So what's going to happen. There's going to be a lunar orbiter while there was going to lunar orbiter but apparently there's a bill that's being kicked around a little bit that says that the Lunar Lander can be Lunar Lander the lunar orbiter could be a lunar slash Mars. Orbiter this sort of go between gateway in between those two things. So what does that mean. What does that mean for the budget? Well it means that There is a twenty five point. Two billion dollar budget for NASA in this is the largest that has been since the nineteen ninety s and this orbiter lunar slash Mars Gateway in the future. Maybe thing according to this budget now. The Lunar Lander is important in. They need a lot of money to get this thing right because human lives are on the line and if they don't land properly well. There is a lot at stake for NASA and for the people that are involved with that landing the lot of research and development. There's a lot of testing. There's a lot of Getting things wrong in order to get things right and you have to break things in order to fix things right. So that's what's going to happen with that. Three billion the B.. That's basically just for the lander case. So there's more money involved to the state of the Union By president trump stress that the administration's commitment to space which is backed up by the twenty. Two thousand one budget numbers Said Ed space exploration will reinvigorate the landscape of American science. So they want to help the scientific community by giving them a little bit more money you for these lunar landings which is pretty awesome. If you ask me no matter what your politics are with no matter. What side of the aisle? You're on if somebody's sterling money NASA and saying hey do incredible things that's great whenever NASA gets more funding funding and they can use that funding to do incredible almost like illogical things like send people to Mars then and that's a good thing. We want those things in the future. We want to have a steady budget climb for NASA. Because these things as you know the the exploration of our closest neighbor the moon and our next pleased to hesitate habitat. We're GONNA make a habitat on Mars. Those things are important and they cost a lot of money to do that because commercial programs you know like commercial. Companies like SPACEX like Boeing like blue origin et CETERA. They need that money to pay the people to make the things to get us there and they wanna make a fleet of you know Different landers possibly to get us to the moon. There could be more than one winner you know with these budget things happen. It's like okay. So a couple of companies could build landers couple of companies could build rockets. Could starship thing possibly you know SPACEX has already thrown their head the ring to be a lander to be To be certified basically to land humans on the moon and and if that's a possibility that's great for SPACEX that's great for engineers as great for scientists because the more the more money that goes into these companies. The more money goes back into the economy which is great so three billion for mainlanders. That's pretty awesome now. We haven't really Ali Sina budget for Mars yet So there's about four hundred million dollars that's Budgeted for extraction of water and oxygen from lunar sources as well so basically they're going to land something on the Moon Find a water source finds mice get some oxygen and water out of that ice and figure out how to make that had into hydrogen and oxygen and water because we need hydrogen. It's basically rocket fuel right. So you get the hydrogen from the ice you. He made it into rocket fuel. You can send somebody from the moon back to Earth or from Mars back to Earth etc so since you ice to hydrogen oxygen oxygen and water. It's going to be a four hundred million dollars doesn't seem like a lot compared to the three billion for the lander but it's a good stepping stone a good start for this budget so they're gonNA start making more things for the Moon Now this is pretty cool and I'm pretty excited about it and I'll let you any more that I find out there's going to be a talk from Jim Breitenstein coming up and and I'm going to have a live Youtube Viewing Party and this is going to be February tenth so I want everybody to tune in over to the Space News Pod on Youtube for tenth at twelve thirty pm so Space News Pat on youtube dot com slash space news pod. Jim Bryanston the head of NASA will about the future of the Moon to Mars artists mission. Check it out. Come hang out. It should be pretty awesome so on that I'm GonNa say thank thank you for taking the time out of your day to spend a here with me on the speaks news pod my name is will walden and I will see you soon..
"landers" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Dole landers said investigators would go to bars near where he was stationed and with soldiers sporting their distinct army hair cuts they were easily spotted they would start as young as guard come over to you by your drink and start talking to you and bar so they were trying to pump me for information see if they could get information and then they would report you know is our top secret sites with nuclear weapons in civilian areas so dealing with that kind of secrecy is tough enough but what about the knowledge if you needed to launch one of these missiles something very bad was happening and that by the way you were also a target Bob Olander says it's better if the bad happens fifty sixty seventy miles out at sea than over the city of New York the Nike missile program was ultimately taken down as part of the salt agreement with the Soviet Union so the National Park Service is to cover more of sandy hook began allowing veteran volunteers of the project to restore the area and give tours of the site today you can see the trailer with its separate sections in one the missile was launched in controlled with the original panels in instruments still in place much of the decades old equipment is still in good shape like the siren that alerted everyone to battle stations Bob Dole lander walked me through the area where he tracked missiles on radar and while he didn't serve here at sandy hook everything throughout the program was uniform the manual it tells you exactly what you're supposed to say at certain times and if you say the wrong thing that's a deduction Bob bill and other volunteers now give free towards the site on some weekends guides also make it a point to talk about people who gave their lives during the Cold War just seven or eight miles from fort Handcock in Middletown township eight missiles detonated one day in may of nineteen fifty eight six soldiers and for civilian personnel were killed in the worst accident of the Nike program military services even in peacetime your plan for keeps and accidents do happen and aspirins can cost lives there's a.
"landers" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
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"landers" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
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