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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:54 min | 2 months ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hey, time now for some money and business news for that we turn to Kelly Brothers from Genevieve's Burford and brothers. What's on your radar? Kelly? Oh, it's jobs number, which is ugly. Kristina 140,000 jobs lost, but actually if you go through the numbers in bars and restaurants, 370,000 jobs went away in the month of December. Remember the 140. The headline number is a net number. So some industries had some gains that offset the carnage, which is going through obviously, restaurants and bars and any sort of hospitality. Right now, So that's it. That's the first negative overall number since April unemployment rate at 6.7%. But of course, the market looks at that and says, Oh, That maybe means more stimulus or more checks going out form or P p p loans or war of something from the government, which is why the market is hanging in there basically flat on the day so far today Going at $2.5 Billion settlement for criminal charges related to the 7 37 Max, Uh and Apple. Their APP store had gross sales around $64 billion last year, and of course, they've cut their pricing. And part of that, I think is to be fair, and part of that is because they're gonna have to fight off claims of monopoly in terms of the regulatory environment that's about to descend on them and all of big tech. Here are the real time numbers down down. 12 31,028, NASDAQ Up 1 113,068 the S and P up 13 points or one third of 1% gold really been flying this week up and down very volatile today down 54, which is 2.8%. Oils up. 1.5% 10 Year Bond Yield 1.1. L. Kelly, thank you so much. Let's time now for our what year? What happened on this January 8th of 2021 years. Alex Purnell. Albert Parnell. Yep. I said Alex Parnell did night. That would be Albert. Why don't you call me Steve for the rest of the program? Why don't I come with? You know we were time? Alistair back So like, so that's That's why me and Alex Trebek were one of the same. All right, legendary, legendary First year I'm starting with the year 1963, And that's when Leonardo Vinci's Mona Lisa was exhibited. In the United States For the first time it was at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D. C. 1963. Nice showed up and said, that's it there It is. All right. It's a lot smaller, small. Then what people think it's not that big. The next one I have is the year 1964. And that's when President Lyndon B. Johnson declared a war on poverty. We've lost that one so far. Still fighting it. The last one that I have is the year 1973 underwear.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The paperback edition is now out. This is from Chapter one entitled to Flounder or flourish. If Michelangelo were reborn right now, amidst all the turmoil that marks the shocking moment where in Woody flounder Flourish again. Every year. Millions of people file into the Sistine Chapel to stare up in wonder it, Michelangelo. In Iraq tease Creation of Adam Millions more pay homage to Leonardo Vinci's Mona Lisa. You're five centuries. We have carefully preserved such renaissance masterpieces and cherish them as objects of beauty and inspiration. They also challenged us. The artists who crafted these feats of genius 500 years ago did not inhabit some magical age of universal beauty. Rather a tumultuous moment marked by historic milestones and discoveries. Yes, but also wrenching upheaval. Their world was tangling together. In a way that it had never done before. Excuse me, thanks to Gutenberg's recent invention of the printing press 14 fifties. Columbus's discovery. The new World 14 92 in vast Kodai Diggle was discovery of a sea route to Asia's riches. 14 97 And humanities fortunes were changing. In some ways radically, the black death had tapered off European Europe's population was recovering and public health, wealth and education We're all rising. Genius flourished under these conditions is evidence by artistic achievements, especially from the 14 nineties to the 15 twenties by Copernicus is revolutionary theories of a sun centered cosmos 15 10. And by similar advances in a wide range of fields, from biology to engineering to navigation to medicine. Basic common sense truths that it stood unquestioned for centuries, even millennia were eroding away. The earth did not stand. Still, The sun still did not revolve around it. The known world wasn't even half of the whole. The human heart wasn't the sole. It was a pump in mere decades, Printing boosted the production of books from hundreds to millions per year. And these weird facts and new ideas traveled farther, faster and faster than it ever been possible. But risk flourished, too terrifying. New disease is spread like wildfire on both sides of the now connected Atlantic. Ottoman Turks backed by the new weapon of gunpowder. Conquered the minute the eastern Mediterranean for Islam and a stunning syriza of land and naval victories that cast a threatening gloom over all of Europe. Martin Luther 14 83 to 15 46 leveraged Gutenberg's press to broadcast a new narrative that society's hallowed institution served only to fatten their own hierarchies. It's spread faster than compliant elites could fathom. Europe broke into Protestant and Catholic halves, war and refugee crises ignited continent wide. Meanwhile, the populist priest Gerald Llamo, seven, north near Ola 14, 52 to 14 98 ignited a real fire The bonfire of the Vanities in Florence. Very heart of Renaissance Europe. Apocalyptic sermons. Savonarola stoked people's worst reactions to rapid change. He promised Florentines a return to past glories. If only they would join him in his campaign to burn away week elites and they're corrupt agendas. Enough did so that he was able to Lord over. The Republic is a de facto king until four years later, his political enemies literally crucified him. Such was the age in which on 8 September 15 04 in Florence, Italy, Michelangelo unveiled his statue of David in the city's main square, standing over 5 M Tall, weighing in at over six tons of fine career, a mob marble David was an instant monument of the city's wealth and two that sculptors skill. David and Goliath was 1/5 familiar Old Testament story about a brave young warrior who, in true underdog fashion, improbably defeated a giant foe in a single combat. With hammer and chisel. Michelangelo fixed into stone, a monument No one had seen before. It must have caused some confusion for those president. The unveiling David's face and neck were tense. His brow was furrowed in his eyes focused, determinedly determinedly upon some distant point. He stood not triumphant atop the corpse of his enemy, the standard portrayal but ready with the implacable resolve of one who knows his next step, but not its outcome. And then they saw the artist's meaning. Clearly Michelangelo carved David in that fateful moment between decision and action between realizing what he must do and summoning the courage to do it. They knew that moment they were in it. We are in it, too. Present age is a contest between the good and bad consequences of global entanglement and human development between forces of inclusion and exclusion between flourishing genius and flourishing risks. Whether we whether we each flourish or flounder, and whether the 21st century goes down in the history books is one of humanity's best or worst depends on what we all do to promote the possibilities and dampen the dangers that this contest brings. The stakes could not be higher. Each of the perilous fortune to have been born into an historic moment. A decisive moment when events and choices in our own lifetime will dictate the circumstances of many, many lifetimes to come. Yes, it is the conceit of each generation of thinks so. But this time, it's true. Long term facts speak more loudly than our egos ever could. Age of Discovery past able.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

06:48 min | 4 months ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Come on. that. I'm always talk about this but you know that Bob Newhart sketch where he playing psychologist a psychiatrist and his clients come in and they describe like I wash my hands fifty thousand times a day in Baba, and then he's always like we'll stop doing that. and. I really like the essence of therapy. That anymore. Symbol. Like I go to a therapist and she's like well, what's stopping you from like? Every day and I'm like fuck I don't know. Will then just do it. Okay. But that's true. That's what I said in my Ted talk was there's a reason why Nike slogan has been just do it for however long it's just the truth. It just do it hard to do it. It's so hard to do it. We can't toward to figure it out but but it is hilarious to say just can we stop with the soups? Nobody likes. They don't even taste good right I. Yeah. That's really funny. All right. Let's move on. Let me think what I want to tell you about How about an update on the Mona? Lisa that's Oh. Yes I'll. Okay. So. They're always studying that thing because she's so famous and there's so much interest in it. So recent study of the Mona Lisa conducted over the course of fifteen years I don't know what takes them. So fucking long but it doesn't change. Their threat there since. They detected earlier marks in charcoal on the canvas. And the marks in the hand hairlines show artists, Leonardo Davinci, shifted her pose over the course of the painting to make her look more directly at the viewer. And they said that the process of figuring that out was accomplished with a multi spectral camera that can detect reflected light. You know this crazy raid or whatever to observe the sketch underlying the famous painting and the analysis also detected a hairpin which was dropped from the final work. Oh so she like had her hair did like, no let's make her like beach. On. My Guy. So he took a little creative liberty in his. And don't you wonder like archer why he was like maybe he did the Coco Chanel thing where he remarked. My God that is such. A frigging funny joke. That is so good. He really did know too much. Yeah because This is the Baroque period. Get that at a year. Because Coco. Chanel said when you're going to leave the house, you should look in the mirror and remove one piece of jewelry before you go like you have to edit. So may be Davinci was like you know what? That's too much. She's a simple lady. She doesn't be casual Mona Yeah, you're overdoing it. Oh, you've over accessorize my dear. To less is more Mona less is more I mean he should have given her a little help those browse or lack thereof. Help. Wrong with. Any. My God. Let me see you see. WanNa Lisa. She doesn't have eyebrows. I. Mean they're right a lot. No, she doesn't. You're right. No wonder. She looks mysterious right? We know this. We've talked about the the I row thing I forgot well, we talked about in general, but I didn't think we talked about it with Mona right just about eyebrows. Yeah. wow people. Still aren't maybe did take maybe they didn't need all fifteen years or four years or whatever. Right, who are we judge Dean I mean, it is annoying though how? Scholarship depends on funding and funding depends on public interest, and so people are so obsessed with Mona Lisa that now we're just sort of like studying her because it's like possible to get funding for it. This is my theory anyway, rather than other things that are less publicly appreciated, but maybe would be more consequential. Yeah and it's. I don't even know why these paintings become. So it's gotta be just the mass that that it's more Exposure and familiarity than the actual quality of the work I'm not oh, my God by no means of my saying the Mona Lisa's not quality. Leonardo Vinci is an genius I'm just saying it's interesting that. You know we just get fixated. I think it's the best work by Leonardo. Da. Vinci. Yeah. I would agree it's it's evidence of how something could just catch on and become a thing. Yeah and there's not always you can't always figure out why I did read though that. There's a new painting they found in Australia that somebody bought for sixty bucks. They think was is van Gogh and I love those story me to all the ultimate was that antiques roadshow. Yeah. I always loved episode of will and Grace. If you haven't seen that one definitely watch that it's the best one. Go just go. Yeah because everyone wants to think that when they go to a flea market or an antique store whatever that GonNa find some sort of like the declaration of independence hidden behind. paining rare right and so it's so fun when it actually happened. And I do like hearing how the experts try to figure out if it is authentic and they do all this work with like brush stroke style and stuff that I can't even understand but. Had I was I can't remember what it was. It was documentary I was watching our net flicks where they were looking at carbon dating and they look at the levels of radiation or the levels of certain. Elements. On the painting in the concentration of it from after. Like, we started using nuclear weapons and and that we are now because we've stopped using nuclear weapons and testing them and sign these treaties. which is wonderful and fantastic we. Are Losing the ability to time stamp these works of.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:14 min | 6 months ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Our book today is aged discovery Get navigating the storms of our second Renaissance. By Ian Golden and Chris Kitana. The paperback edition is now out. This is from Chapter one, titled to Flounder or Flourish. If Michelangelo were reborn right now, amidst all the turmoil that marks the shocking moment were in Woody flounder. Or flourish again. Every year, Millions of people file into the Sistine Chapel to stare up and wonder it, Michelangelo. Gunaratna tease creation of Adam Millions more pay homage to Ahh, Leonardo Vinci's Mona Liza. 25 centuries, We have carefully preserved such renaissance masterpieces and cherish them as objects of beauty and inspiration. They also challenge us. The artists who crafted these feats of genius 500 years ago did not inhabits a magical age of universal beauty or rather, a tumultuous moment marked by historic milestones and discoveries. Yes, but also wrenching upheaval. Their world was tangling together. In a way that it had never done before me, thanks to Gutenberg's recent invention of the printing press 14 fifties. Columbus's discovery, the New World 14 92 in Vasko Dog Day. Gama's discovery of a sea route to Asia's riches 14 97. And humanities fortunes were changing. In some ways radically. The black death had tapered off European ears populations were covering and public health, wealth and education. We're all rising. Genius flourished under these conditions is evidence by artistic achievements, especially from the 14 nineties to the 15 twenties by Copernicus is revolutionary theories of a sun centred cosmos 15 10. And by similar advances in a wide range of fields, from biology to engineering to navigation to medicine. Basic common sense truths that had stood unquestioned for centuries, even millennia, work eroding away. The earth did not stand. Still, The sun still did not revolve around the known world wasn't even half of the whole human heart wasn't the soul. It was a pump in mere decades, printing boosted the production of books from hundreds to millions per year. And these weird fax and new ideas traveled farther, faster and faster than had ever been possible. But risk flourish to terrify new diseases spread like wildfire on both sides of the now connected Atlantic. The Ottoman Turks backed by the new weapon of gunpowder. Conquered the the eastern Mediterranean Islam and a stunning Siri's of land and naval victories that cast a threatening gloom over all of Europe. Martin Luther 14 83 to 15 46 leverage Gutenberg's press to broadcast a new narrative that society's hallowed institution served only to fat in their own hierarchies. It's spread faster than compliant elites could fathom. Europe broke into Protestant and Catholic have war and refugee crises ignited continent wide. Meanwhile, the populist priest Girolamo seven, north near Ola 14, 52 to 14 98 ignited a real fire The Bonfire of the Vanities in Florence, the very heart of Renaissance Europe. Apocalyptic sermons. Savonarola stoked people's worst reactions to rapid change. He promised Florentines are returned to past glories if only they would join him in his campaign to burn away week elites and they're corrupt agendas. Enough did so that he was able to Lord over. The Republic is a de facto king until four years later, his political enemies literally crucified him. Such was the age in which on 8 September 15 0 for in Florence, Italy, Michelangelo unveiled his statue of David in the city's main square, standing over 5 M Tall, weighing in at over six tonnes of fine career a mob marble David was an instant monument of the city's wealth and two that sculptors skill. David and Goliath was a familiar Old Testament story about a brave young warrior who in true underdog fashion, improbably defeated a giant photo in a single combat. With a hammer and chisel. Michael Angelo fixed into stone, a monument No one had seen before. It must have caused some confusion for those president. The unveiling David's face and neck were tense. His brow was Frode and his eyes focused, determined Emily determinedly upon some distant point. He stood dot triumphant atop the corpse of his enemy, the standard portrayal but ready with the implacable resolve of one who knows his next step, but not its outcome. And then they saw the artist's meaning. Clearly Michelangelo carved David in that fateful moment between decision and action between realizing what he must do and summoning the courage to do it. They knew that moment they were in it. We are in it, too. President ages a contest between the good and bad consequences of global entanglement and human development between forces of inclusion and exclusion between flourishing genius and flourishing risks. Whether we whether we each flourish or flounder, and whether the 21st century goes down in the history books is one of humanity's best or worst depends on what we all do to promote the possibilities and dampen the dangers that this contest brings. The stakes could not be higher. We each have the perilous fortune to have been born into an historic moment. A decisive moment when events and choices in our own lifetime will dictate the circumstances of many, many lifetimes to come. Yes, it is the conceit of each generation. I think so. But this time it's true. Long term facts speak more loudly than our egos ever could age of discovery as stable. Thiss is the Thom Hartmann program for the third hour. There's some interesting news coming out of.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

Absurd Hypotheticals

13:55 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

"It is a canon so it's gone so we got that The Cooler one he made. What's in some places called a machine gun? I'm going to slow the role on that one a little bit so the be Roll No. We're not Chris. I just like interrupting your answer. Everyone does this is referred to as the thirty thirty three barreled Oregon Because the the barrels on organ pipes and basically it was like these three rows of eleven barrels mounted on a rotating like triangular. Prism the idea being you could fire the first row. While you're firing that really could be loading the second row the already fire could be cooling down in the third row you could be your reloading secret like the line. Yeah exactly it's not. I'M NOT GONNA call a machine gun because it really is just once again. A fancy multi-barrel cannon. It's a gun machine machine. We'll go with that. It sounds cooler it does. It does sound cool. Yeah give it to a monkey though nothing. They can't markets. We went over this. I mean the BS were pretty capable. Panelists again give us guns. The BS could find it because they can smoke on powder but they couldn't they have no they couldn't just no animals can operate this machine. Okay it's in his notes. I'm going to say that. In fact check it but so sort of the plan here is basically just like cosmic attraction. I think you're going to shoot at the big triangle. Pyramid thing or glass pyramid thing. Because that's like a big distraction. I don't know what we'll go with that. That's fine just direct. I like this direct approach. Yeah to the highest than me. Walking guns blazing pretty much well and then we also so. I assume that at some point we're going to be you know taking fire from much more advanced weapons threes on here. Draw the fire. So fortunately eventually made robots not like actual robots but but he called them robots or Ottoman or somethin'. The the more well known what I think is like a suit of armor that he made like a series of poison cables end like walk and I grew guy walks. Sit Down raise adviser and wave and people were actually able to back in two thousand and to reconstruct from his plans and it worked correctly which is pretty amazing. Davinci's really cool. It sounds like he's making a lot of things that he's calling things into your disagreeing with so I mean it one heated necessarily call them. These things people have called them. These things online. I don't entirely agree with it. But also it was like the sixteenth century. So cut them some slack. He did a pretty good job. All Things considered I think it's one of the people reporting. It had a flair for the dramatic. That's a lot of it. Yeah the amount tiles reading something about the at least being transported and people being like she sat alone in the container for weeks in the dark and damp. And it's like it's a painting bright. He also made a mechanical lion There was actually. It was commissioned by Pope Leo the tenth for King Francois The I basically just to make him laugh by like walking out to impose flowers as feet actually referring to this one twenty nineteen and it also worked which is pretty awesome finally for like big attraction purposes. He also made a tank can lead a bit there. It was basically like a rounds like sort of domed tank with light cannons Oscar platforms like firing direction the place where like slanted like deflect fire Okay powered by eight men inside of it who would turn crank suspend the wheels and apparently I love this note. He suggested that that he thought of using the horses to power for. He dismissed it because he feared the animals have become too unpredictable in the confines of the tank. Which is kind of hilarious. That if you're going to have if you have to die or dots the way to go right. It didn't have a major flaw though in the plans. Which was that the powering cranks when opted erection? So wouldn't actually move which so people actually so. This is one of those things where you know. You're in a good spot like as figure who will think this people think he actually did this intentionally. Because he didn't want to ever get made because he despite make him like design lots of weapons and ship he was at his heart like a pacifist so he thought that he intentionally made it not work so people wouldn't make it or if they did make it wouldn't work. Okay here's my theory. Maybe the guy fucked up like one time by putting drawing a thing backwards like I think. That's maybe more likely that that you know at some point he like you know flipped his gears literally. And you know we'll we'll probably more likely but regardless either doesn't actually work it will certainly draw attention. Which is what we need to actually get in the Mona Lisa now. Full disclosure. Don't actually have a plan to do that part. So you're you're so far as to shoot the glass so all right. Here's my here's my rationale. I think the Earth GonNa Make. I'M GONNA grab it but I don't have enough information to actually say how that part goes. I'm GonNa say you do that and I'm GonNa talk about getting out. We're going to go with that so there. Let's say you have the painting that you have distracted all the guards they are dealing with your army of weird walking suits of armor and lions and your tank. That's just kind of circle. How do you get out? We'll eventually also made flying machines. There's two sort of famous once he made. There's the aerial screw which basically like a big screw shaped that like. The idea was like four four men would stand on a platform and rotate it to move the screw with would cause the air to moved out and left. It took a helicopter but definitely doesn't work. Yeah it's the helicopter that totally doesn't work. That's the best way to explain it. Modern Science decided I. There's no way whenever I have worked that one nonstarter there was at one point so I made a flying machine like Number when it was a couple of centuries later with a steam engine with the same design that did work but with like manpower it would never take off. It's just not going to happen. He also made an Orniphoptera which was it was basically a it was plain like or maybe glider like with big almost bat wing shaped wings That that flaps up and down for propulsion and it it could have flown. It was in the air but probably could not have flown like it probably could not be human power to get off the ground. It could not get enough power that way to actually take off Well I might be able to sustain flight so I'm going to say that we either launch one of those start flapping or just put it sort of engine on the airedale. Screw and do that one. Probably go to the airless. Screw because they've got some more like distinctive look of the flapping right. I'm just imagining the while you coyote thing it's it's pretty much that but giant and also kind of hang glider also bet distinctive. Look what you're going for at the end of a high. Yes for important reasons for going to get to right now. Marcus Okay so you get in your area screw in your flying away and as we discussed these are not particularly great flying machines silent because actually even with your engine wherever on it. It's not actually going to work all that well to get you out of there so I think you make a big show of it. Not Working as her flying over the river seine which is conveniently right next to the Lou and as it collapses in mid air and people jump out of it using parachutes designed eventually. He did a lot of the Mona Lisa. Which you have already carefully put a waterproof container dropped out into the river where you have people in Super Scuba Gear also designed by Leonardo Vinci waiting to grab it and get away with it. Did lead scuba suit where this one actually does okay. It also incorporate a pallet for the diver to urinate in. He thought of everything. This actually is basically like at a massive your head and then it had basically had tubes going up like a cork diving bell that floated to let air N so it wasn't like like a literal contained tank it more of like a glorified snorkel but you know what it's going to work for our purposes once I had a what do Paean a pouch. That's all the information I have. I can't answer no more questions. But like what program you try to solve by giving the diver a pissed. I couldn't figure that one out either man. I really don't know like you're in water. Just pissed I mean. It's he was an interesting man I don't. He had lots of ideas. Not all of were good. I told you about the cannon with three barrels right like in this Canon Pouch on the actually incorporates added all his all of his inventions contained way. Let you urinate a very very key component. For him you'd be. You'd be amazed absorbent the Mona Lisa. Why did he gets me out? Would you basically just elected to use worst technology that you could do everything in your highest could be done more efficiently if you just did this? Davinci theme yes. This is accurate. I do not have a way to refute this however hey what about would you rather right? Ben Would you rather join a cult or start your own religion? So where important question? Where does the line between cult and religion and yeah? So here's here's the here's the differences would you rather? Would you rather join a cult and under say cult? As in a very clearly nonsensical bonkers crazy religion with a bunch of rituals in hoods and if people found out your this. Colt you be embarrassed by it. So like anything scientology are weirder yes ontological okay and then start your own religion. You can do what you want but you have to kind of commit to right so you can't make like a five. Can't make a webpage and just be like Oh yeah Benz God dot Com. And pretend and like I did it. I created my religion. It's got three pages of religious text which is just been written. Four hundred eighty six times in size thirteen filed. You find my old. Yossef's page Marcus. Is it a given that people are GonNa follow your religion or not so you have to bid is not a given that you have to put some effort into it? Okay all right. So it's really maybe you can't stop trying to beat make your religion until you get like five hundred followers and times like a lot of a lot of followers. Actually so I will say so. I don't know why I just thought of this but but it may not be that hard because I do know there was college where there was like a weird bathroom that got like Walden and people found and they made a shrine. Dane if you know in it and they got like constant offerings to it so if you can make a shrine Dane veto and college campus and get a decent attraction you could probably get to five hundred people relatively easily if you found something you know niche and you you have five hundred. Like retweets effectively have five hundred subscribers today to veto. That's fair starting to religion is basically just writing him fiction. That people believe right as well. That's a loaded statement But if you want to bow down to that shore so I J. R. Token could be religion. I mean isn't that literally how scientology started right so I must say you can't say you can't do it. It just yeah like would you rather be the person rank going who has joined a cult unless you have to go to? Colt means you can't just blow off and be like that's not a part of my life anymore You gotta go to the cult meetings or would you rather be the person who's like star their own religion and like now everybody below tag be like hey can i. Can I tell you the the good the good vibes of The Ben Religion where we have ice actually the religious. I'm going to go up there. You said that a little too fast for my comfort. You know what guys talk about something so so really. A boils down too lazy and crazy or having a very very annoying hobby right. That's really the sort of the dividing. Line here yeah yeah. Let's just like anything to if you join a you're going to be you. Don't get to set the agenda. If you say your religion you cut control you'd ever. Yeah you're in charge if you make your religion figure tax benefits to right. Oh yeah not many for joining the call. I think there are certainly offers volume religion especially if it gets big enough to for the government to care about I give you a tax break Starting to pile up towards religion. The more we talk about this. I don't like the idea that things are out of my hand if I joined the cult and I don't disagree with them if I disagree with them then well to be fair you pick the cult. You Join C..

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"In just a few moments time now for the biggest apartment featuring threat merely a pawn stars. a little fantasy let's say somebody calls you I think I have something particularly expense on one of the masters of it's not a question of like well yes it is it isn't use all what you had to take people kind of like what you did through the da Vinci thing. sure Stephen I mean it's it's a long and involved process you can't just scream from the rooftops you've got only in art and eventually there's a lot of I's to dot and teased across but it happens and there are on catalog works out there by masters works that you know aren't in the museums and art and establish collection so I do get calls from time to time people with important to works by important artist and I've learned as as you know through this Leonardo Vinci project never to assume that something is or isn't what is purported to be so the process is pretty long and arduous obviously I am at an art thirty but only to a certain level there are experts on the in order to mention that I spent their entire lives writing books and researching everything from the you know his feet in engineering and science to mathematics to art and most of the renaissance masters in most of the artist and master artist in general have authorities that you have to reach out to you have to check with the you know catalogs you have to reference. and a lot of times that takes potentially years and years and years and even at that you may not have a consensus opinion so I might be like a flight to Italy I mean there's a lot to this right and of course when you're talking about a piece a piece that's worth millions of dollars it's worth without a doubt and sometimes yes you do have to go to the source I know on the Leonardo we actually had to go to my lawn and we had to talk with experts that some of whom were too ill to travel to us so we had to travel to them and visit with them and reference some of their notes in their materials and it was every bit worth it and this is a sculpture that is actually scheduled to be auctioned in New York in the fall obviously a piece of that importance you really have to be careful with check out bread in this gallery parting counter on your next trip to Vegas just mention biggest never sleeps when you call and they'll send out a limo to pick you up at your hotel more with the biggest sports analyst cuts Kreitzer in just a few moments what was the biggest never sleeps with Steven managing nation wide.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I always tell people that's, that's as good an answer as any, but I'm obligated inbound to stay within the natural sciences as a member of the only scientific team ever to examine it. So I can give you both answers from a scientific point of view something, you can't make that claim. But from a point of view of faith, one can believe that. And I don't have a problem with that. All right. Next up. Let's go to Richie in West Virginia. Hello, ritchie. Go ahead. Sir. Thank you. Thanks. Did he get closer to your phone? If you could. Yes. Yes, I'm sorry about that. Yes. Thank you for taking my call. And thank you for being indecisive destroys question, kind of question you ask to go there. George goes back. Leonardo vinci. I was wondering if there's any other way other than the box that he thinks that the venue, possibly have done the sprout all recall. He finished off long these mentors anything they didn't age in taking the agent this, here's the kind of intelligence partners like no he think, when I well, it's a little difficult to hear the tail end of that. But, but let's talk about Leonardo da Vinci, the only answer I can give to you is that the shroud was being publicly displayed one hundred and some years before Davinci was born. So he was a good artist. But he wasn't that good. So Davinci couldn't have had anything to do with the shroud. Although that has been proposed there, several books on the subject. And, you know, some some researchers have made that claim but it's just impossible Davinci wasn't born in the travel is already on public display documented. Indeed. Indeed, berry, great work. What, what happens next with the shroud? Well, you know, there's a question that lots of us have been asking for the last forty years, we would love to see another set of testing done. Obviously the technology, we used in nineteen seventy eight with state of the art circa, nineteen seventy eight, but that technology in every aspect of the technology, we use has been dramatically improved orders of magnitude better, the technology and the instruments are now smaller more compact less likely to cause any harm to the cloth much easier to use and the results are much, much more detailed and in-depth than what we were able to achieve using nineteen Seventy-eight technology. So I think pretty much most shroud scholars around the world would like to see another set of tests, similar to what we didn't seventy eight a multidisciplinary team of scientists choice. Chosen not for the religious beliefs. Like in a that's the way our team was chosen for our technical expertise in the in the areas of the experiments that were necessary to be performed, so another multi disciplinary team could be put together. Not what the old timers like me. But with new guys that have mastered the newer technologies. And we believe that another set of tests might help to answer some of the questions have remained unanswered since our work was done in nineteen seventy eight who wrapped the body of Jesus in the shroud, his family, you know, it says the women if I'm not mistaken again. I'm not an expert on the gospel. So please don't hold me to that. If I'm wrong. But I believe it was the women that were preparing the body. They would have been wrapped him in the shroud with the fast approaching sundown, which is the beginning of the Jewish Sabbath. They could not complete everything at that moment in time. Remember this all happened Friday afternoon. Joseph of Arimathea. We don't know much about him other than he was a wealthy man. He provided the shroud he had a tomb. So he already had this shroud. We know people think it says in the gospels that Joseph bought that plot. But. But he didn't buy on Friday afternoon because all the Jewish shops would have been closed in preparation for the Sabbath. But since you already had a to, you know he already had a shroud prepared. And so he brought that provided it and we know he was a wealthy man. This would have been an expensive piece of plot in the first century wouldn't have been manufactured there in Jerusalem, but would probably been come from perhaps Syria or even further away. So, you know, that kind of material would have been a very expensive piece of cloth nursery interesting take on all of this wasn't there, a case to that when Jesus was carrying the crucifix to the mount he kind of stumbled and a woman came up and wiped his face, and then had an image of his face the legend of the Veronica, veronica's veil, the Catholic church has an artwork that they keep in Saint Peter's in. In, in Rome, they bring it out every ten years, and they sort of display it and walk it around the girl, and then they put it away again. I've seen photographs of it. I think Michael Hessman might have appeared on your show at some point, and Michael videotaped it and showed us the tape. So we were able to look at that I have to point out that the Veronica legend is never mentioned anywhere in the gospel. We're gonna come back and take final calls with you bury in a moment on coast to coast, AM coast insiders, the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iphone.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

16:10 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And welcome back. Barry Schwartz with us Berrios. We talk about the possibilities that what could have imprinted the shroud of Turin would some kind of electric pulse vibration, whatever you wanna call it burst of energy create that kind of image on the shroud. Well, you know, George physicist, and there are some shroud spellers that are physicists that propose some form of radiation, or energy that came out of the body, that's an area so far beyond my expertise that I'm hesitant to, you know, venture much of an opinion on that. I think that, you know, a lot of people look at the resurrection event, as a possibility that this is a result of the resurrection event. Well, we don't know what the resurrection mechanism was. And the scientific method doesn't allow us an unknown to prove another unknown. So I don't know that science can ever make that plane, although many people, do believe that the shroud is the result of the resurrection of I have to point out to people, though, that the man of the crowd, at least according to many of the expert forensic, pathologist and medical. Doctors who studied it shows a man who is dead. So if. If in fact, this has anything to do with the resurrection, it would probably be pre resurrection image, rather than a post resurrection, image. What is the Catholic church say about the Trump the Catholic church has never made any claims for its intensity? The last few popes have referred to it as an icon, that represents that it's worthy event ration-, but they have never made the claim that it's or that, it's, you know anything more than representation of what was done to Jesus. I think that probably show some wisdom on the part of the church after mine people. This shroud only had one examination at scientifically in its entire history. And that was forty one years ago. And so until modern science is given another opportunity to apply twenty first century technology. I'm not sure that. Many of the questions that we have can be that easily answered the other thing that I've come to believe is that I'm not convinced that the shroud is there to answer all of our questions. But perhaps it's there to make us ask the question I'm getting a little philosophic there. But, but, you know, I I've seen that impact that a chat on many, many people over the years. And, and so I think maybe it serves a different purpose than we would like, you know, we, we look at it from a scientific point of view and try and understand it. But I think it has a spiritual value as well for millions of people out there. So I've always tried to be respectful of that, even if it doesn't reflect my personal beliefs doesn't really matter what I think, what, what really is important is the evidence we have points towards intensity. And I think that, that may give strength to people who may have, you know, a little doubt in their mind. You know, even Jesus understood doubt, allowed Thomas to put his hand in the wound. So he I think he understood that and I think that, that's a natural human thing is to, to doubt something that's so somewhat amazing really that, that we would have this piece of cloth preserved over all these years. And so, you know, and even if it turns out that the shroud is not it's still represents something that is important to millions and millions of people around the world for people who see the shroud the shroud of front is an emotional for them. Oh, absolutely. I mean, people I've seen people with tears streaming down their faces when they observe the shroud on display in intern at the there. But I'll tell you the truth. I've seen that even with the life size replicas that, that we make when people see them we, we had a big exhibit in Manila in the Philippines, and the event space had concrete floor. People were getting down on their knees hard concrete floor and the organizers had run out and buy a bunch of pillows to put them down in front of the replica of the shroud. So that people would be a little more comfortable when they got on their knees. Stay calls for you bury the final hour here and they're rolling end. So let's go first time caller, Ron who's out there at LAX at the airport. What are you doing out there on working right now? Okay. Which is right next to the airfield. So park. Go ahead. Okay huddle by the time sequence in the bible says Jesus body was prepared. So the cloth becomes pledge. So when they take him down from the cross at any point to remove shroud to prepare his body. And then do they put the shroud back on the bike. Good good question when he was taken from the cross, they covered his face that something that historically humans have been doing, you know, since the beginning of time with a separate cloth with a separate cloth. It's mentioned in the gospels that there was a second class, folded and separate from the other, and that would have been the face cloth. They would have covered his face with it taking him from the cloth from the cross to the tomb, and at the tomb that cloth would have been removed. It had his blood and fluoro- fluids on it Jewish law says it must be buried with the body. So when I read that passage in the New Testament, and it said that second cloth was there, folded and separate, but they're in the tomb that into plied to me that this is. No, not in Jewish burial. So that, that cloth was taken off of him. And then they would have begun the preparations of planning preparing the body for burial. And if you remember it was late Friday afternoon with the Sabbath quickly approaching the women didn't really have time to complete the process of preparing the body. They were gonna finish come Sunday morning after the, you know, at the end of the Sabbath, of course when they came back to empty, and the cloth remained. So the shroud was not placed on his body until the face cloth was removed and the body preparations. The burial preparations had been begun. Then the cloth was placed over his body, so two separate clause and two different time periods when they would have been on his body, Blair and sit on Arizona's with us now. Hi, blaire. Go ahead. George might you audition for your life. Joey tune recorded by the artist known as Bill that fog. L Torme too close for comfort. Yeah. This is sort, can you explain why the head of the image is smaller out of proportion to the rest of the body, actually that's a misnomer. I know that's been proposed by some people. But there there's an anthropometric study that was done that measured the size of the bones long bones of the arms, comparing them and, and other bones of the body, including the head comparing them to the anthropological tables that the apologists use to determine different body types, from different parts of the world, and that is published in a valuable on trout dot com. That shows that the proportions are correct. Now, I will say this, that the face appears more narrow than it actually is. I don't wanna get too technical here too long of an answer. The shroud was made of different batches of linen and each batch. Once it was. Once it was put out in the sun to bleak. It was then put on the loom and sewn into the claw each band, which by the way, all these bands of different batches, of Lyndon are visible with transmitted light photography light passing through the plot. Each band took up the image somewhat differently. You look at the faces of the crowd, you'll see a very hard line down. One side of actually I'm both sides, but more prominent on one side, and the other and within that line, you have the face and outside that line, the faces there, but it's more faint, because that ban took up the image, more faintly. So actually, the face isn't quite as narrow as first appears when you look at it closer and you see that there's more image there. It's just that there's a tendency to increase the contrast to make the image stand up in the background, but some of the middle grades get pushed down into the darker area making the face. Looks molar, maybe more narrow. But I assure you, it's not would you call this one of the great wonders of the planet? Well, I you know, I think it's been called that by my more people than just us. And, and I think that think about this. We live in the most image oriented era of human history. Everyone has a camera in their pocket with that computer effectively attached to it. They, we make these ins of images every day. Our imaging sciences have advanced dramatically, especially over these last forty years, and yet modern science cannot create an image with the same chemical and physical properties as the image on the shroud camera. Obscure is a darkened box with a cover or lens rejecting image on an object. Correct. Is that what they think Leonardo Davinci had? Yeah. And historically, the camera obscure was originally used not for making photographs that we call that either a box camera or a pinhole camera today. But artists used it during vincis era, and what they would do is they would have dark room with a pinhole at one end and a canvas at the other. And they would point this at an object or scene, and it would projected the little pinhole acts like Lynn's and projects the image onto the canvas and the artist within draw onto the canvas using the projected image as. A reference so that we, we know this. I mentioned earlier nNcholas Allen who made a photographic image of the to trout. And he created and used to camera, obscure with, but he also said that somebody used several different crystal lenses and claims that there were three different exposures of photography to make the image on the shroud. And we've already proven beyond any doubt scientifically that it's not a photographic image. It's an interesting theory, but it's not borne out by the evidence taking directly from the clock Judy and Kentucky's with us now. Hi, judy. Go ahead. Sarge charge charge, my friend. How are you? I'm fine. Thank you. I was wondering and this, my like a really ignorant question, and to some extent already answered it. There are some things that artists used. They say that you can imprint negative images fabric using the sun as a source of energy, correct. This not have been produced by the energy of the resurrection. Well that, you know, if one takes that path in wants to believe that this was formed by the energy of the resurrection. My question is, why do you need science to confirm it at that point? You've accepted. That's what faith is. It's to accept without having scientific evidence to support it. And but we don't know the resurrection event itself was not witnessed by anyone. We don't know the mechanism that can resurrect people the only way we could prove that would be to resurrect people and see what kind of images. We got obviously we can't do that. And so I always tell people look the resurrections testifies. The image on the shroud. Test of science. Is there a connection between the two of them? Perhaps we can't say that either way to any certainty. So I always tell people if this moves you if it moves your heart, if it strengthens your faith and, and that's based on the fact that this might be the result of the resurrection. I always tell people that's, that's as good an answer as any, but I'm obligated inbound to stay within the natural sciences as a member of the only scientific team ever to examine it. So I can give you both answers from a scientific point of view, something can't make that claim. But from the point of view of faith, one can believe that. And I don't have a problem with that. All right. Next up. Let's go to Richie in West Virginia. Hello, ritchie. Go ahead. Sir. Where'd you get closer to your phone? If you could. Oh. Yes. Yes, I'm sorry about that. Yes. Thank you taking my call. And thank you for being. Destroyed my question kind of question. You asked a big there. George goes back. Leonardo Vinci, I was wondering if there's any other way other than that he thinks that the possibly done the sprout all recall. He finished off long these mentors paintings age age. Here's the kind of shows intelligence. Like no thank when I. Well, it's a little difficult to hear the tail end of that. But, but let's talk about Leonardo Davinci, the only answer I can give to you is that the shroud was being publicly displayed one hundred and some years before Davinci was born. So he was a good artist. But it wasn't that good. So Davinci couldn't have had anything to do with the shroud. Although that has been proposed there, several books on the subject. And, you know, some some researchers have made that claim but it's just not possible Davinci wasn't born in the travels already on public display documented indeed, indeed, very great work. What, what happens next with the shroud? Well, you know, there's a question that lots of been asking for the last forty years, we would love to see another set of testing done. Obviously the technology, we used in nineteen seventy eight with state of the art. Circa, nineteen seventy eight but that technology in every aspect of the technology, we use has been dramatically improved orders of magnitude better, the technology and the instruments are now smaller more compact less likely to cause any harm to the cloth much easier to use and the results are much, much more detailed, and in depth than what we were able to achieve using nineteen seventy eight technology. So I think pretty much most trout, scholars around the world would like to see another set of tests similar to what we didn't seventy eight a multidisciplinary team of scientists chosen not for the religious beliefs like you know, that's the way our team was chosen was for our technical expertise in the in the areas of the experiments that were necessary to be performed. So another multidisciplinary team should be put together, not with the old timers like me. But with. New guys that have mastered the newer technologies. And we believe that another set of tests might help to answer some of the questions of have remained unanswered since our work was done in nineteen seventy eight who wrap the body of Jesus in the shroud, his family, you know, it says the women if I'm not mistaken again..

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Trump is not ruling out pardoning his former campaign chief Paul Manafort, Brian shook reports the president told the New York Post that a pardon is not off the table though. He says it's not something he's ever discussed. Trump also slammed the investigation into Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen US election. He's not happy that investigators have gotten several people, including Manafort to accept plea deals. He said pressuring people under investigation to flip was like McCarthyism when people were sometimes wrongly accused of being linked to communism. Brian shook NBC News Radio the department of affairs is telling congress, it is not going to reimburse veterans who were paid less than they were owed under the forever GI Bill because of a computer the VA had promised congress earlier this month, it would make those payments. Many student veterans have struggled because of the less than expected payments to aids told NBC news that they could not make the retroactive. Payments without auditing. Its previous claims V VA is planning to delay the forever GI Bill housing allowance until December of next year. Senators are challenging the White House over Saudi Arabia details from Tom Roberts. The Senate voted Wednesday to open debate on a resolution ending US. Support for Saudi backed forces in the war in Yemen. The vote was sixty three to thirty seven many senators are upset about the White House response to the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi kashogi was brutally murdered after entering a Saudi consulate in Turkey in early. October. Tom Roberts NBC, News Radio Americans aren't living as long and health experts blame it on increase in suicides and drug overdoses deaths from drug overdose. Hit a new high last year at more than seventy thousand suicides were up three point seven percent three. Newly released government reports show the average life span for someone born in the US last year is seventy eight point six years that's down from seventy eight point seven years in two thousand sixteen Ryan piers NBC News Radio. Jio OJ Simpson's. Former manager is releasing a new documentary about the infamous murder the claim Simpson had an accomplice Norman Pardo says for the first time the most in-depth investigation into the case will show that not only was Simpson involved. But that he also had at least one accomplice Pardo has been working for the last four years to create the series, which will be pitched to networks next week to coincide with the twenty fifth anniversary of the murders of Nicole Brown, and Ron Goldman women. Get a better night's sleep and feel more secure if they have a pet dog in their bed. According to a new study Mark Mayfield explains. The journal of the international society of anthro zoology collected data from nine hundred sixty two adult women of those adult women fifty five percent share the bed with at least one dog thirty one percent with at least one cat and fifty seven percent with a human partner. Researchers discovered dogs disrupted the owner sleep less, and we're associated with stronger feelings of comfort and security cats, however were found to be just as disruptive as human partners, and we're associated with weaker feelings comfort and security. Then both dog in human bed partners. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio in two. Former aides to former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie are not giving up and getting their bridge gate convictions. Overturn Scott Pringle reports. The lawyers for Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni, you're telling nj advance media that they're eyeing the US supreme court for an appeal. This is after a federal appeals court refused to toss their twenty sixteen convictions of wire fraud and misusing port authority resources. Both were sentenced to prison time but remained free while they appeal. Prosecutors say Baroni and Kelly ordered a massive traffic jam of the George Washington Bridge is a political payback move against fort lease mayor. Scott Pringle, NBC. News Radio New jersey, a loss drawing by Leonardo Vinci could fetch up to sixty eight million dollars at an auction. The drawing is on a sheet of paper that is seven inches by five and a half inches and was found in a portfolio of drawings pirate. Tired French doctor, the drawing shows Saint Sebastian tied to the.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on AP News

"Today cranberry. Farmers have asked the federal government for permission to destroy a quarter of their crop in order to help raise prices. A glut of the crop has kept prices low which in turn is left growers operating in the red. The Boston Globe says growers around the country have been struggling with an oversupply of the berries for nearly two decades. And now they're asking the US department of agriculture for authorisation to sell seventy five percent of the supply and discard the rest the estimates. The cost to produce a barrel of cranberries is thirty five dollars. But the average price last year was thirty one dollars and fifty cents. The Louvre Abu Dhabi won't be unveiling Leonardo Vinci painting, Salvator Mundi, Debbie's department of culture and tourism announced the delay on Twitter saying more details will be announced soon the department declined to answer any questions from the Associated Press saying at this stage. We don't have any further information the Rene psalms all painting of Christ sold for a record breaking four hundred fifty million dollars at an auction at Christie's New York in November. The painting depicts a blue robe Jesus holding crystal orb gazing directly at the viewer mystery swilled around the museum's acquisition of the painting. Western diplomats say a Saudi Royal acting as a proxy for Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, who's close to Debbie's powerful. Crammed prints was the buyer the Saudi embassy in Washington and officials in Abu Dhabi say the Saudi Royal purchased. The painting on behalf of the museum which opened just days before the auction. The national estate, aligned English language newspaper. Nabet Debbie wrote online on Monday that speculation suggests the museum might be waiting for its one year anniversary on November the eleventh to unveil it soccer player. Tim k hill will play his one hundred eighth and last game for Australia in November before ending his international career hill who scored a record fifty goals for the Socceroos. It'll be honored by his country at the November twentieth. Friendly against Lebanon at the Olympic stadium. Hey health as it's going to be incredibly special to represent his country for the final time. And since he can't wait to say, thank you to all the fans who supported him throughout his career K hills, not stopping playing completely. However, he recently signed for Indian club, John shade per. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm election. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"The stock hits the new line of resistance punches right through he said that anytime you get these formations which are just shortterm consolidations that are lose to what is known as they continue way shen pattern you do not have to worry about a stock running on empty matter of fact by this thing both hands time stock at forty nine preceded the jumped seventy nine confounding the naysayers including numerous shortsellers who may have been listening they'd known about this pattern even care about it they're just worried about the government intervening you know what much tied up and coca cola a truly monster soft drink company in deal that rocked the world injury jinx are here to stay once again i would have been shaken out of this stocks move it were for ponzi and his shorthand oldie a lot of creations of these different triangle and penn formations for instance take a look at this chart calls this big move up sitting crew everybody hated and june twenty ten where the lowest is kept getting higher but the high stay the same he loved this right here this is what's known as a pattern calls find reliable dependent and the triangle patterns the punchy believes we've also had tremendous success fall in the works caroline borodin she's fibbing notching queen can't not mention this show and hearing leonardo vinci in the medieval talion mathematicians worker and talk about the fifth queen uses ratios found in nature you've heard of fifty patterns we also like the work of carley garner who uses data from the commodity futures trading commission to examine when too many hits funds leaning the wrong way on a commodity and we have to earn a different direction for success the bottom line technicians and fundamentalists can coexist make peace with them both and i bet you'll make a heck of a lot more money then if you're blind to one or the other and certainly took it might expect it.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"The stock hits the new line of resistance punches right through he said that anytime you get these formations which are just shortterm consolidations that are lose to what is known as they continue way shen pattern you do not have to worry about a stock running on empty matter of fact by this thing both hands time stock at forty nine preceded the jumped seventy nine confounding the naysayers including numerous shortsellers who may have been listening they'd known about this pattern even care about it they're just worried about the government intervening you know what much tied up and coca cola a truly monster soft drink company in deal that rocked the world injury jinx are here to stay once again i would have been shaken out of this stocks move it were for ponzi and his shorthand oldie a lot of creations of these different triangle and penn formations for instance take a look at this chart calls this big move up sitting crew everybody hated and june twenty ten where the lowest is kept getting higher but the high stay the same he loved this right here this is what's known as a pattern calls find reliable dependent and the triangle patterns the punchy believes we've also had tremendous success fall in the works caroline borodin she's fibbing notching queen can't not mention this show and hearing leonardo vinci in the medieval talion mathematicians worker and talk about the fifth queen uses ratios found in nature you've heard of fifty patterns we also like the work of carley garner who uses data from the commodity futures trading commission to examine when too many hits funds leaning the wrong way on a commodity and we have to earn a different direction for success the bottom line technicians and fundamentalists can coexist make peace with them both and i bet you'll make a heck of a lot more money then if you're blind to one or the other and certainly took it might expect it.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Omnibus

"Countries you see it quite a bit i'm a little skeptical however it seems like an easy way to erase homosexuality in the past so there is no jay street in washington you were correct but i think it's very hard to look back in time and for instance diagnose people who potentially had bipolar disorder you this all the time oh boy leonardo vinci was autism that's your empowers me yeah that's really hard for us to do but of course we know that there have always been homosexuals in public life who have held positions of power and who have been instrumental in civic life and in the arts and if they were in a society where it was just taking his given that that was a biblical perversion but at the same time and i think this is another mistake we make in modern times homosexuality was understood to be i mean people were aware of it and it was a thing that people knew about one another they just didn't there were euphemisms used the whole idea of there being confirmed bachelors that's language that goes back hundreds of years as euphemistic way of describing it just wasn't you couldn't be out but what i'm saying is yeah exactly we're saying the same thing some of these confirmed bachelors actually were living with their longtime companion publicly living and publicly like in every way everybody knew let's call it that everybody knew so i i don't see it as being very hard to retroactively say let's just say that james buchanan was a gay president if two to three percent of american men are gay we have had what forty four presidents forty five presidents that's right so the odds would be against all of them being straight particularly not when one of them is thirteen year roommate of such a handsome man as william arcane by the way he king wrote back to cannon from france i'm selfish enough to hope you will not be able to procure an associate who will.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on KPCC

"About curious city eight four four seven two four eight two five five last them a what do they think makes people makes you people in general curious leaks a curious eight four four seven two four two five five eight four foresight talk of course can always tweet us act as side frie asking about asking why about curiosity ah a bit mena isn't mariel his uh the main reason i you know chose this particular word why these because these particular question is uniquely human uh other animals are cure news but only humans are you know warri than furious about reasons and causes for thinks only uman's really ask the question why um so that's why you know he chose these as the title and in your book you focus leonardo da vinci and richard fine and as examples of spectacular amounts of curiosity what made you home in on those two who if you look at leonardo's vinci i mean i tried that first to determine okay okay what was he curious about and clearly what they discovered was that he was curious about everything i mean we the policy will exception of politics which you know he lived at the time of the borjas so anybody who was interested in politics gold killed so it was very wiesel fume note to be curious about politics he got funded by the board joe's um but uh it was really curious about almost everything is human anatomy flow of water all kinds of machines of course painting in old that all the arts astronomy you name it he was curious about it uh and and richard fine mom was well known for his curiosity wrote books about it he i remember he roda where he's been attributed by talking about two knowing you know i don't understand why people don't wanna know things that's right uh he also won say that you know with the basis of all scientific research the reason this curiosity of you know one wanting to know why things happen he he also sayed everything gives in kristen if you go into each deeply enough yeah yeah it is curiosity of something.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on Science Friday

"Last them oh what do they think makes people makes you people in general curious mix of curious eight four four seven two four two five five eight four foresight talk of course can always tweet us at si frie asking about asking why about curiosity ah a bit meta isn't it mariel his uh the main reason i you know chose this particular word y is because these particular question is uniquely human uh other animals are curious but only uman's are you know worried than curious about reasons and causes for things only uman's really ask the question why um so that's why you know i chose these as the title and in your book you focus on leonardo da vinci and richard feinman as examples of a spectacular amounts of curiosity what made you home in on those two who if you look at leonardo's vinci i mean i tried that first to determine okay okay what was he curious about and basically what they discovered was that he was curious about everything i mean with a possible exception of politics which you know he lived at the time of the borjas so anybody who was interested in politics got killed so it was very wise of him not to be curious about politics he got funded by the borjas um but uh it was really curious about or most everything is human anatomy flow of water all kinds of machines of course painting and all that all the arts astronomy you name it he was curious about it and and and richard fireman was wellknown for his curiosity and wrote books about it he a memory roda where he's been interviewed about talking about two then knowing you know i don't understand why people don't wanna know things.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"How the fuck did they figure that i was i mean again that's a smart guy was lifting if he was tell another esta guys get out of the main be yes but maybe they were all together i think it more likely you have a lot of smart people and then you had a few like leonardo vinci's who were fucked in super geniuses could figure out a bunch of crazy shed and was designing things and drawing things nice these people or just like he's ray or the lips of like super power creativity that exist all throughout history and they propel us forward yeah like who i think you'll be jobs then yeah sure he's one of those kind of guys you know in may the division shooter him or what artist was but they had they would make all these ideas and they'd have liked they're understudy is hurt people are almost this goes them do these things and make yeah i mean that's what have or the parents of the probably have these people are playing but you also need skilled workers to build leads yeah i think will particularly the something like to perriman to you this it and some outta math involved and they're all doing that somehow or another when they didn't even have steal you know there's suppose we had compra tools and they figured out some way to grind nice don't so perfectly that just sit on top of each other just completely flat level barely stick yeah card in the crease when i was looking up the stuff on the fox con factors that i remember the re said the reason why for the least i was there argument why they weren't in america's because they had upwards of it thirty thousand mechanical engineers in on front clinton years at the ready so those would be are skilled workers and the star slave labors underneath them yeah those in the extra people that maybe that's why it's not that makes sense because i guess with something like that where the demand is so high in the quality the standard so i like i phones i think it's a we won but i found out drop this fucking stupid think seven or eight times in worst.

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"leonardo vinci" Discussed on WAKR Radio 1590

WAKR Radio 1590

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"leonardo vinci" Discussed on WAKR Radio 1590

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