22 Burst results for "Ligo"

"ligo" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"ligo" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Two thousand ten. The project was shut down and new detectors and equipment were installed over a five year period the new enhanced lego had four times the sensitivity as the previous setup and it was turned on in september of two thousand fifteen within two days of turning on the new system they finally had a gravitational observation named gw. One five zero nine one four. The observation was to merging black holes. One point four billion light years away. They were thirty and thirty five times. The size of the sun respectively the signal which both observatories found was almost a perfect fit for what was predicted from the theory of relativity. Since then there have been several more. Gravitational observations made a new gravitational observatory was opened in italy in two thousand seventeen named virgo and it cooperates with the lego observatories which helps improve the accuracy of the observations. There are also plans to open a gravitational observatory in india and observatory in space and future plans to improve the lego observatories in the united states. More observatories around the world will also help us better estimate the direction of any observations made by triangulating. The small differences in when the signal was registered at various observatories in two thousand seventeen. The nobel prize in physics was awarded to kip. Thorne barry barish and rainier vice for their efforts. In making the first gravitational wave observation gravitational observation is really cutting edge science. The first observation occurred just six years ago and with the.

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"ligo" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:10 min | 10 months ago

"ligo" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Just as an astronomical observatory is detecting light that may have been sent millions or billions of years ago so to is lego trying to detect gravitational waves which were sent out billions of years ago in particular lie go is trying to detect massive gravitational events such as the merger of two black holes these events involved masses potentially many times greater than the mass of our own sun in optical observatory collects photons of light it can compensate for the lack of light by just fixating on a star for an extended period of time a gravitational observatory. Can't do that. The thing that had me. Initially confused was how it was possible to detect gravity over distances while doing so with interference from other objects. Gravity like light is subject to the inverse square law. That means if you double the distance between two objects the strength of the gravitational attraction between them is only one fourth of what it was before when you expand.

"ligo" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"ligo" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Mit managed to build a gravitational observatory learn more about the laser infrared twitter gravitational wave observatory or lego. The most accurate instrument ever created this episode of everything everywhere daily. This episode is sponsored by curiosity stream. I've talked many times before about curiosity stream but if you still a subscription. You really need to consider doing it. Curiosity stream has thousands of educational and documentary programmes covering a wide range of subjects. I personally watch curiosity stream several times a week. And i've used their programs to get ideas for this podcast as well as doing show research. You can get an entire year of curiosity stream for less than twenty dollars. It's so cheap. You almost can't afford to not get it if you're even remotely curious about the world. You live in goto. Everything dash everywhere dot com slash curiosity stream to start your subscription once again. That's everything dash. Everywhere dot com slash curiosity stream. Origin of this episode comes from the nobel prize winning physicist richard feynman. The origin of the episode doesn't come from any of his theories of physics but rather his views on education. He that the truly learn something. You had to be able to understand it well enough to be able to explain it to someone else. In simple terms. This episode came about from my attempts several years ago to understand how lego works. When it was first announced there are parts of it. That made absolutely no sense to me. It turns out. There is a very good reason why. Lego is the most accurate measurement device ever created. So let's start first things first. What is like trying to observe go is trying to measure gravitational waves. Gravitational waves were predicted by einstein. Gravity like everything else. In the universe can't travel faster than the speed of light.

"ligo" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"ligo" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Because i want you to watch it okay but it has it all sports championships mafia crime pro wrestling. Oh my god the mighty ducks. I mean it is insane. It's gotta be bar. None one of the top hockey documented documentaries of all time. okay. And i'd even go out on a limb and say one of the top sporting documentaries of all time. Wow probably not as good as the last dance or something because that was a number of episodes over-long such but for a one off hunter a hundred. I'm sorry our twenty-six you know like right around ninety ish minutes okay. it was so good it was. I mean it's funny. It's it's it is unbelievable so watch it okay. Next week. we'll talk about it. We might have a surprise guest. Okay good yeah. All right all right where i will watch it. I put it in my list. I i logged in. I clicked on my list. It's cool yeah. It looks good. Oh dude it's it's it's it's amazing. It is amazing so you just have to watch. It's it's the things that go down. It's like you're it's a head like how does this even happen right. Awesome all right. We'll talk next week about that. One awesome yeah other than that though. I mean that's really all we've been up to. Let's see murder ligo lasso and ah told perfect got it done. Check the check. The boxes sets checks the box. So how'd you finish. My beer is still finishing so is mine again. It is Warming very nicely. What was yours a pint. Years was a pint mine was yeah what is that. What's the pipe sixteen. Yeah it looks like a sixteen so it finished good clean is is it still hot were you guys are so is your. It is still hot. Yeah your room is warm. My room is warm. It was actually cool today. During the day i had turned my. Ac off was getting too cold really. Yeah wow it was like seventy seven but the kids have have told me now that alexa and the weather in general Just just lies. They lie so they don't trust it anymore. We have the weather channel..

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"ligo" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"ligo" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Explain the universe. The skills. The problem is insane, right? Like it's first of all, you need something momentous, happening like two black holes. Spinning around each other so fast and I'm just about to, like crashed together, Right? Yeah, really, really massive objects and you need a lot of acceleration. Also, as you say, for example, black holes smashing into each other does that And the reason is that the very last moment before the black holes collide into each other. They're moving super fast as a huge acceleration there because, you know, we think of black holes. Crashing like they travel the street line, and they crash into each other, but they don't write. They actually kind of Get close to each other, and then he starts circling each other. And then that certainly and gets smaller and smaller and smaller and smaller. Yeah, exactly. They spin around each other a little bit unless you build like a black hole collider to shoot them exactly at each other, and you know anybody out there who knows how to do that. Give me a call. But it's too natural black holes that approach each other are going to already have some relative angular momentum, So they're going to get that relative spin from each other. So they're going to keep that and then they're just gonna spin around each other as you get closer and closer. At the same angle momentum they're gonna have to go faster and faster. Kind of like when you flush the toilet. You know, two things floating there spinning around each other. And then as they get closer and closer, they start spinning really, really fast. Yes, exactly. The dark matter in your toilet went the other place. From the black hole. Yeah, exactly. It spins around each other. I was going to say more like an ice skater. A nice speech ran faster and faster as she pulls her arms in. But yes, also dark matter. New tool that does the same. Yeah, And then right right before it flushes down. It's being so fast. That's when these generates massive gravitational waves. Right? That's the idea. That's right. So Jorge is take away from this topic is every time you flush the toilet you're generating gravitational, which is true, which is taking which is technically accurately. True. Yes, Yes, yes. And you have a physicist now on record, saying that But in the case of the cosmic toilet, you know black holes actually swish around each other and flesh themselves away. Uh, what happens is you get these ripples and when the ripple passes through Earth, it squeezes the space in one direction and stretches it in the other. That's the effect of the ripple on earth. If we want to see it, we have to have a very accurate ruler pointing to directions one 90 degrees from the other so we can see you squeeze in one way and stretch in the other direction at the same time, so the direction of the wave, um tells you where it was coming from Also, and you wanted to calibrate yourself by having measurements in the direction of the wave and 90 degrees also, because you don't know which direction a wave is going to come from. You want to make sure to be sensitive to it, no matter where it comes. So you have to basically can't really careful rulers that are 90 degrees or arrange from each other, so you can be sensitive to any direction. But it's crazy. Because even though these are generated by two colliding black holes by the time they get to is, these ways are like really faint, right? Yeah, there really are tiny. I mean, Einstein had a good point. In order to see these things. You have to see space shrink by one factor intend to the 20 right. That's 10 with 20 zeros after it. It's like if you had a meter stick That was 10 to the 20 m long You would have to see a drink by one. M. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. Or if you wanted to see something shrink by, like a millimeter, you'd have to have a yardstick that's like, you know. 10 6 Chilean meters long or something crazy. It's really ridiculous. He's like the size of our solar system, right? Yeah, I think so. And so you can imagine. Not only is it really hard to see things that are small, but other things are affecting you, right? Not not that anything else is shaping space. That same way. But if you have a ruler, how do you even know how long it is to 10 to the 20, right? One part in 10 to 20, and you detect when it's wiggling like if you just heat up your ruler. It's going to get a little longer if you if you cool down your ruler, it's going to get a little shorter. So the experimental trouble of seeing something so tiny is really, really It's really difficult. It's really Amazing coup de gras that they they pulled it off. So it's like if I was standing on one end of the solar system, and you're standing on the other side of the solar system. It would be like asking like, Hey, Daniel, did you feel the space between a shrink by one millimeter? Exactly. That's that's crazy. It's pretty crazy, and so in order to do it, they had to come up with some pretty crazy technology the way they do. It is really awesome and beautiful. I mean, there's Fascinating theoretical stuff. But the experimental side of it. I love also because they had to come up with new techniques that nobody had ever used before. So this is the LIGO project, Right? L I G Oh, yeah, That's right. LIGO stands for laser inter furrow Metric. I think gravitational observatory ligo not to be confused with Lego. That's right leg goes almost as expensive as Lego, but, uh, the way they do it is they have these two rulers that are four kilometers long each And they shoot a beam of laser light all the way down this tunnel and it bounces off the mirror and comes back and they do that simultaneously along both legs. And then, when the lasers come back, they can tell how far The light went by comparing how many wiggles it's made good to kind of like, um, like a really race, right? Like you send the laser beam out, and then you measure how long it takes for it to come back, and that's how you know how far It went. Yeah, but you don't need to measure the time because lasers are light and light has wavelike properties. And so it wiggles. So if you send out two beams of lasers and then at the same direction and they bounce off mirrors and come back, they're going to be wiggling all the way there and wiggling all the way back When they come back. They should be the same place in there wiggle right either up or down, And if they're in the same place in there wiggle, they'll add up together. They're opposite places in there wiggle like One of them went a little bit further. And now, instead of being in the up wiggle, it's at the down wiggle than those two will add up to be zero destructive interference. And so that's the interferometer. Part of the of the experiment is that they send out these two pulses of lasers, and when they come back, they see Are they interfering positively by adding up on top of each other or interfering negatively by cancelling each other out there interfering negatively. It means one of them wiggles a little bit longer than the other ones were a little bit shorter, and now they're out of sync. It's not like you're measuring whether the distance in one direction change your measuring whether it change relative to the other direction. Exactly. That's what these ways do they shrink. Based in one direction and stretch it in the other direction. Exactly, And so that's what you're looking for, and they actually have multiple observatory's. They have one in Louisiana and one in Washington state, and they're finishing one or just finished one in Italy, and they're building other ones around the world. The idea and they're all pointed in different directions, and they're different locations so you can use those multiple telescopes to tell you like Is it real? Or is it just like a semi truck driving over it, which is shaking all of my mirrors? Or and you can also do it to tell like where did it come from? Because if it landed in Washington before it landed in Louisiana, then you can tell which direction it came from. You can use it to sort of triangulate. Did you think how the word telescope changes right Because of physicists, Right? Like people think of that telescope. Is this tube that you look through to tell how far ships are away from you or something? Or how How far land is at a telescope and nowadays telescope That science way means, you know, it could mean a giant antenna. Or it could be like an array of antennas. Or it could be like these crazy long laser tunnels spread all over the world. Like you call that a telescope. I think telescope..

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"ligo" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"ligo" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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Celebrities and cocktails

Ask Me Another

05:18 min | 2 years ago

Celebrities and cocktails

"So nice to see you again interior. It's been a long while I o spend the two years since I left new. York At, busy. So Nice to be you. I will say that I was like, what am I gonNa say I like you from that? I was like Oh everything. You've done is like one of the things that I love the most? Well, I was GONNA. Say. So you recently started a podcast it's called busy Phillips is doing her best showing Thira is a huge part of that podcast. It's very and yeah. So you interview celebrities and people of note, and just talk about how people are pivoting and doing their best. At it is very timely to now you started this podcast before. Well, I feel like we sold it almost a year ago with October of last year you know basically we had a whole idea for a new way of doing things and making stuff and we were working on this really big projects that had a lot of moving parts and we had like our big meeting with all of these money people in New York that was scheduled for March sixteenth. how and that was that you know, and so I we. Timing. Yeah. You know whatever we're I feel very blessed in my life to be a person that's able to have perspective and self-awareness and Ceantierre and I have been talking a little bit during that time also just like we've kept in touch since busy tonight and I always just loved like are writer's room and busy tonight was really small is only three writers which for those of you at home that's slowly insane. Very. Small I think we had more writers doing ashby another. For. Clear they were being paid less. Absolutely. No one was making a ton of money. Why it was so confusing that they cancel because I was like is this show is free. Just crazy. The shoe string that we were managing to do that. You know I feel like was a really successful show at the. But nobody uses the term like indie talkshow nobody that but it really wasn't indeed talk show that's like. We. Definitely should have gotten. Independent Spirit Award. One hundred percent. If we could go back. Let's get some games. We gotta get. Some Games. Can we can I say one more thing though about the podcast Ligo I have a theme song that I sang and Mr Jonathan Coulton wrote the theme song for me to how did you not tell us this? All of our meetings, Jonathan talking about busy and getting ready for this. You'd you felt no need to just mention that I. You know I don't like to Brag. I WANNA tell everybody. I love. Good the full picture. Okay. So you eighty first game, you're going to work together in this one. I know shed Thira cut it knows the drill obviously, but you're gonNA, work together. This one this is a word game So those are typically on the tougher side. It's also about famous people and alcohol. Great things I love, right yeah. Let's go. So my God. In any particular order depending on the day? I'll take either both of them lift my spirits. So, we're going to give you a cocktail recipe that describes a mash up of a cocktail in the name of a celebrity and you are going to give us the Masher. I'm ready heads up I drink a whisky. NEAT. So I don't know if we're going to be the best mix and let's go. Here's your first one. Okay. Mix Rum Curragh CEO, or is that and fresh lime juice and serve it to the super model and new host of dancing with the stars and maybe you'll get a smile out of her. Okay. I know it's Tyra Banks Ray. Rum. My tyra banks, my tyrod. She and yeah, that was. Yeah. Okay, okay You Know My grandmother my dad's mom my parents lived in Hawaii because my dad was in the navy and she used to like to go to the pink hotel and she called them high ties. And not my. High Time? Because after one, she started saying hi. Tie. Another high tide. Instead of tie and so I always call them high tides. Forever, I'm in Hawaii, I'd go to the Pink Hotel and I have one in her honour office.

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"ligo" Discussed on Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"ligo" Discussed on Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

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"ligo" Discussed on Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"ligo" Discussed on Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

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"ligo" Discussed on Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ligo" Discussed on Bilim ve Teknoloji Güncesi

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Astronomers spot the biggest, strangest black hole collision ever found

Kottke Ride Home

05:03 min | 2 years ago

Astronomers spot the biggest, strangest black hole collision ever found

"Black holes merged in a massive collision seven billion years ago, an event that was only just detected by astronomers. Quoting the verge, the distant show included two major players one black hole roughly sixty six times the mass of our Sun and another black hole roughly eighty five times the mass of our sun the to came close together rapidly spinning around one another several times per second before eventually crashing together in a violent burst of energy that sent shock waves throughout the universe the results of their merger one single black hole roughly one, hundred, forty, two times the mass of our sun and quotes. This makes this new black hole in intermediate sized black hole just the size that has always eluded astronomers smaller black holes called stellar mass black holes like the two that collided or anything between five and one hundred times the mass of our sun and are relatively common as are supermassive black holes ones that are millions and billions the time the mass of our Sun but anything inbetween they've previously only existed in theory according. Again the discovery could help explain why the universe looks the way it does with relatively bountiful scattering of smaller black holes and a few supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxies. One theory of how supermassive black holes get so big is that smaller black holes merge over and over consolidating until they become enormous. But if that were the case there'd have to be intermediate black holes out there in the universe somewhere and quotes. This merger is also the farthest one. The observatory's detected it US based in Italy based Virgo have ever detected five point three, billion, par six from us. When massive objects like black holes merge they create gravitational waves that are huge literal ripples in space and time. But by the time they make it to us. They're barely detectable. That's where observatories like Ligo and virgo come in which have been designed specifically to pick up on these faint gravitational waves. This particular one dubbed John One nine zero to one was detected on May. Twenty first of last year and was just published today in the Journal Physical Review Letters in the astrophysical journal letters quoting the verge again lie go and Virgo only picked up four little waves from the merger in their detectors perturbations that lasted just one tenth of a second scientists working with the data used four different algorithms to find the wiggles ultimately allowing them to pinpoint the masses of the merger and just How much energy was released during the process of the collision the of seven times the mass of our sun was destroyed and became energy leaving the system. So it's pretty impressive in terms of energetics. If you think about it said Salvatore vitale assistant professor at Lago, the equivalent of seven suns was destroyed in a very small fraction of a second end quote. Yeah. In a tenth of a second, this black hole collision created ten thousand times the total energy that Sun emits over its entire lifetime. And here's another weird thing about this discovery. One of the black holes that merged the larger one with the solar mass of eighty five it really shouldn't even exist. Quoting, bad astronomy eighty, five solar masses is bigger than any black hole we expect to get from a single Supernova. Massive Star explodes the core collapses to form a black hole cores from about thirty two to sixty five times. The Sun's mass, which is huge are unstable creating huge positions in the star, which then explodes leaving behind a black hole less than sixty four times the sun's mass. Stars with cores from sixty five up to roughly one, hundred, thirty, five times the Sun's mass. Then these are absolute beasts very few exist undergo what's called pair production instability where energies in the core are so high that gamma rays very high energy photons of light spontaneously split into electrons and positron 's this robs the core of energy it needs to support itself and the results can be catastrophic. The Star can either have a cosmic paroxysm or. Can Explode the court itself detonates as well leaving behind no black hole at all stars more massive than that should leave behind black holes in the eye. mbH Or intermediate black hole range more than one hundred times the sun's mass but stars like that are incredibly rare. So a black hole with eighty five solar masses. These weird. The only way we know how to create one is if to lower mass black holes merged to form it and quote. So a lot of weird unprecedented stuff in this black hole merger. As with all great discoveries, it has led to more questions than answers. Observatories Ligo and Virgo off line at the moment undergoing upgrades. But when they return at the end of next year, astronomers are hopeful that they'll be able to detect even more mergers like this one and maybe shed some light on some of these

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"ligo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"ligo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

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"ligo" Discussed on Bird Road Podcast - All Points West

Bird Road Podcast - All Points West

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"ligo" Discussed on Bird Road Podcast - All Points West

"So so that's an action that came away from that. Find it and I will find it and so another thing that came. It's needed in that area. The closest thing in that area is a for folks who live outside of Miami the closest thing there is a limbs which is a very high end like trader. Not, for the typical working class budget, and apart from that no, there's no publix. Winn dixie grocery store anywhere near there. Right well that that was that was one of the, but but the other out they want. One of the preachers mentioned how that that that now always relaxed now? This was Ligo not relaxing, but it was relaxing to weeks ago, and he said I'm worried now. My twenty four year old son's going to start going out. Said you may, you're afraid he's going to get the virus. No, I'm afraid is going to get. De WB. An and I said wait a minute. Is that real. And he said Oh, yes, real said it happened the preacher the features about sixty. He said it happened to him about four weeks ago. I said why you're so you. You were pulled over because you had a light out or something right? He said no now, and all three of the preachers that were there, said the same thing as I I've I've not experienced that so though. I thought that. A you teach your children how to behave when that situation. Keep your hand on the wheel. Don't breathe. Stop your heart. Don't blink. Whatever it is at the teacher to do you're in that situation, so he's lawyer. That's part of what we teach our kids, so I said you know. The problem is. I did some research afterwards. The problem is those things. Don't get reported so much I mean because if you reported, you have to call the police that's. Not exactly the best place to call up to tell somebody somebody just arrest. You can see that report is GonNa go, so a tends not to be reported and kind of confirmed this by. Talking to some higher up police officers that it's it's. It's a very difficult thing and. We talked to police officers on the ground. They Kinda. Tell you it doesn't happen. So that's even more interesting, so imagine this. Here's the scenario.

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"ligo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"ligo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is a gravitational wave detectors at ligo found something new merging with a black hole but it's a weird size that's right so gravitational wave scientists are really excited about the strange signal it's just this object that seems to exist in a so called mask yeah so the light is no black holes weigh about five solar masses the heaviest no neutrons stars may know more than around two and a half times the mass of the sun but last August scientists all the signal of an object it seems to be in between notes so two point six times the mass of the sun approximately now that's always a neutron star is a black hole or is it some other objects that we know we don't even know what it is and that's what that's that's the question can you use other instruments besides the light go to sort of back up the findings well as of now I mean there are in every case that a that a gravitational waves hit the earth there's a slew of telescopes that are then looking to see if they could find light emitted from whatever the sources and then on top of that yes there is an upcoming proposed experiment called Lisa satellite that is a gravitational wave detector in outer space but that one would be looking at a different sort of paradigm of gravitational waves from different kind of object but it's just basically regular telescopes gravitational waves all right let's continue on our team of new things people aren't quite sure what they are there is this is really interesting there's a new structure in the same neighborhood as Stonehenge a big ring of holes in the ground how how big are we are we talking about there we're talking about twenty hits it seems to be around thirty feet in diameter and fifteen feet deep which form a one point two mile wide circle two miles from Stonehenge it's pretty wild in these these pits were discovered using remote sensing with background penetrating radar as well as that looking at the magnetic activity and that it will of course samples to date the soil inside these pets so we we believe of course that they must have some at some time been made by human beings how do we know that so well it's just the arrangement and the appearance of these as well as you know they do it back to around forty five hundred years old which could have been excavated them by then yell at the people who produced some of the other monuments in this area and this is you know the Salisbury plain is has a number of important electric sites there Stonehenge is as well as with hands and this would actually be the largest neolithic monuments in England if it was sort of confirmed with further asking ation very finally let's close out of course because we are living in these times let's close out with another piece of bad news plants can absorb microplastics how the heck does that work so is this lab experiment that worked on a week call failed S. and this Dale crest in the lab absorb these one hundred nanometer pieces of plastic stuck through its roots and that it appeared that the nanometer that these little plastic pieces were in fact walking the research absorbing water and harming the plant developed so it's it's obviously concerned you know nobody wants to hear that our plants are able to absorb microplastics especially if you think about the fact that plastic is used on farms where where crops are grown and so it I mean I wouldn't rush all the way there yet because it is ultimately lab experiments and there's the possibility that you know we we have to see if this would be recreated in in nature as opposed to just in the lab but even so you know nobody wants to hear that our plants are absorbing plastic and then we in turn would be eating plastic no that would be that would be very bad news that you know on the one hand I'm I'm glad we haven't found it yet but on the other hand I don't want to be like an ostrich and say it's not out there or we should not go look for it that's right I guess the key is just to keep being vigilance and and you know supporting legislation that is reducing plastic as well as cleaning up the environment more generally because it's up to us to to sort of stop the world from going the way of you know eating credit cards very well put Ryan right amends Ryan and about me a science writer based in New York always talk with you stay safe we'll talk again soon I hope we gonna take a break and after the break this pandemic has been hard for kids and teens and their care givers and we're going to check in on how families are doing and talk about how they can support the mental health of young people so stay with us we'll be right back after this short break.

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Racism in the Time of Coronavirus - Part 1

Long Distance

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Racism in the Time of Coronavirus - Part 1

"Seafood said he wasn't too crowded but they were out of all the things I need. A new is bad because they were out of ginger and Ligo Sardines I should've known Filipinos would clear out the ginger and the Ligo during a pandemic so I turned around returned my cart and walked out empty handed just as I walked out the mall doors on my way to the parking lot right outside. I heard a woman's whiny voice. Oh my God. China bought the virus here. My ears perked up. My mind was like the fuck. Did I just hear that even worse? I thought that for me I looked around there was no one in my immediate vicinity except for a woman walking near me and a man trailing right behind her. She wasn't Asian or Filipino. But she was a woman of color. She was plump. Just super casually in tights or something and I can't remember her face too well anymore but I remember a look of disgust a new. She was the woman who spoke. I knew she wanted me to hear her. I had to pass her to get to my car so I figured I walked in front of her to confirm. She jumped back and almost yelled. Oh my God please. Don't give me the virus. Please wasn't meant to be polite shocked. We were literally at a Filipino. Mall was this woman crazy then. I thought was it because I was wearing a mask. Should I tell her? It's because an eighty year old man with heart. Disease is staying with me which even care or was it because of how I looked or my skin color growing up. I've been asked what are you? And where are you from so many times? Sometimes I get Chinese or Korean or mixed assume it's because I may be lighter skinned than other Filipinos but Filipinos coming all kinds of colors. But I guess I'll Asians look the same right

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"ligo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ligo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Years before in twenty fifteen our Adams picks up that story from the Ted stage. we give you a sense of the time scale at work here. one point three billion years ago or is it just managed to involve multicellular life. since then earth is made and of all. rolls fish plants dinosaurs people and even the internet. about twenty five years ago. lily audacious set of people decided that it would be really neat to build a giant laser detector with which to search for the gravitational waves from things like colliding black holes. the most people thought they were not. but enough people realized that they were brilliant knots that the US National Science Foundation decided to fund their crazy idea so. after decades of development. structure and imagination and breathtaking amount of hard work they build their detector called ligo the laser interferometer gravitational wave observatory. in early September of twenty fifteen. Michael turned on for a final test run while they sorted out a few lingering details. and on September fourteenth. of two thousand fifteen. just days after the detector.

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"ligo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"ligo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"She's like, oh my gosh. And just like I mean that was just a dart in my heart. Just like I do not want that in my home where my kids feel like this thing is attached to my hand or whatever. So that was a huge prompt for why we started doing do not disturb in the evenings. Like, my wife, and I both put our phones away. And so when I come up from work at five pm until the boys go down at around seven. We the phones aren't out and they're on do not disturb silent mode. And so we're not interacting with our phones in front of the kids, and we're also trying to make shift to of if we need to contact someone around the kids actually using the phone app, which is crazy or sending like a voice message as opposed to texting somebody and just because it's like, they don't know what we're doing. And and whatever, and so even them being able to see the way that I'm interacting with the phone and how I'm using it to interact with another person. 'cause that's one thing that I love about the iphone is the way. It's just empowered like community. And and I think we might get to this later, but one of my favorite IOS apps is the I message app, I just I use it so much and I love it. And it's a great app, but my kids don't know what I'm doing. They just see me staring at the phone, but they can relate to say. Hey, hold on. I'm talking to grandma right now. And they can hear me like actually having the conversation. So we're trying to just improve that. So that's been a huge factor for me, some of the takeaways from February of not using social media was I just felt like just more creative. I just felt more energy to do writing work. I felt more energy to be able to think about my business. Think about the team build stuff will work on this. Ulysses course and just had more just energy to invest into that. And I felt like I just had more time. I felt like I was getting my work done faster. And I had more time available to me. And then that time was like not being spent with social media. So I felt like I had more. Time on top of more time because nothing was getting subdivided. Nothing was getting eaten up like, you know, the kids go down to bed. I didn't accidentally spend forty five minutes scrolling mindlessly on Instagram like I could spend ten minutes just staring at a wall. And then read a book for half an hour or something like that. And I felt so much more. Just enjoyment and satisfaction of spending. My time that way, then it just kind of getting eaten up accidentally through social media stuff. I had a very similar Ligo experience. Which is led me to the conclusion that I am no longer going to be the guy that answers all his Email. But it was almost identical. I wrote about it at the beginning of the the Email field guide years ago. And it's funny. How much Ligo has helped all of us get more responsible towards children? Thank you LEGO. Sure. Sure. I got it right to used to say Legos. And boy did that the Email. Boy can't can't do that talk about Email. I think it's interesting that you found yourself going to Email more like your brain wanted an end box. Right. Your brain wanted to see something new that has been a similar for me in the past. When I've taken breaks down in a -sarily with Email every time, but something fills that gap or want to fill that gap. So maybe I'm really on top of my are assist rating or or whatever it is. But I think it's a nice segue to talk about maybe how you do handle Email. You've said a couple of times. Now, that's not a big part of the way that you work anymore. And quite frankly, that sounds amazing someone who has a lot of you to with. So what what apps are you using their do? You have restrictions on. What you let yourself do in that arena. Yes. So. A huge one for me was bringing on Isaac. And then Joanna here in Kansas City that help with customer support stuff..

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"ligo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ligo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Ahead. My clocks ahead one Ligo. When we go put clocks. Hey, how about you? How about you? Time is. Thank you. Okay. I put my clocks ahead. Hope you put your clock ahead. Didn't put your clock ahead. Here's your head butcher clock ahead. Really? You gotta use your head to put your clock ahead. Okay. If you put your clock ahead if you haven't put your clock ahead. Use your head. Put your clock ahead. If you haven't put a dead. It's gotta go ahead. One hour daylight saving time is here use your head. But you clock ahead. There may be more than one clock Tuesday. I didn't put this clock ahead. So it says eight forty should I put ahead. Our and say that's nine forty and we can leave and twenty Medicare get outta here. That Cox as well. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. But you said put the clock ahead. Just listening to you with the new technology will probably have self changing babies. That'll be the next thing. You know, you baby you give birth to a baby, and, you know, just change yourself. Honestly, that's what I'm waiting for automatic changes self look at the size of that plow out there. That is amazing plow in our driveway out. Look at that. That is one big. Big mama of apply. I would love to take. That thing you some wheelies. I don't think you know. Okay. How 'bout fishtail at down the? No, I couldn't do that. Either. Okay. Well, anyway, that's that and.

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"ligo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:53 min | 3 years ago

"ligo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nick bacon. Young the machine that produced one of the greatest scientific breakthroughs of recent times. The first direct observation of gravitational waves is to get a thirty million dollar upgrade once improved four commented on instruments will be able to detect collisions of black holes nearly twice as far away. As now details revealed at the annual meeting of the American Association for the advancement of science in Washington from where pal up gauche reports gravitational waves or ripples dissent across the universe. When the gravity at a certain point in space. Suddenly changes triggered by huge events. Like distant stars exploding over the past three years. The instrument is detected the collision of ten black holes with the upgrade scientists will be able to detect many more maybe kirie each day harder to detect. Are the collision of giant sons that have collapsed called neutron stars just one spotted so far the new machine we'll be able to detect thirteen each month. Astronomers should also be able to see much deeper into universe. Further back in time even to win it all began with the big bang. The upgrade will be carried out at the institute for gravitational research at clusky university. They have the expertise to build a high precision instruments need to measure, the miniscule distortions gravitational waves. Create over thin glass. Fibers are being drawn. These will be used to suspend these mirrors. They have to be kept absolutely motionless and be the stylist objects on the planet. We measure the motion of these meters. It's almost not at all, but the tiny motion caused waves immeasurable on behalf to extract the information without losing anything. That means improving the efficiency of the optics avoiding any lights going. We don't want to go actually a fairly complicated say of liquid improvements all together. Again, we're roughly double the performance of the detector, the new upgrades will come online in five years time a development that scientists say will enable them to onto some of the university's biggest mysteries pal app gauche. There are apps for just about everything these days hailing cabs ordering pizzas even finding a nanny. Well, the next big craze out of Silicon Valley. It's weaving is weaving its way into city transport. The electric scooter is taking California by storm entered Europe. And now they're in New Zealand as Bonnie Saudi reports Wellington is the world's southernmost capital. And the latest city to give the green light to battery powered scooters from next month as many as eight hundred we'll be zooming around the city's hilly streets as part of a six month trial, but but causing a stir. Even before rollout won Wellington counselor described their arrival as a bomb on the city's footpaths and other council. Let Chris Calvi Freeman told Radio New Zealand. He's knife fan either. We have two way up the doesn't bound to just two people who don't want to see them people who walking on the footpaths with the advance just two people who clearly loves someone want to use them. The Electric's through sir is billed as an easier to ride alternative than the bicycle. It's as easy as using an app to find them that this sudden popularity has demanded Bisa regulations and cities across the world. Paris was one of the first European cities to get the east gouzer. They showed up last year without consent. One official them an invasion of public space some cities like Stockholm Mary even considering an outright ban out of concern. The electric scooter isn't pedestrian friendly. And that that cramming pavements. Normal traffic. Rules aren't well-suited to the electric scooter that too fast for sidewalks and too slow for most roads in Wellington, though. There will be rules. The city council has imposed speed limits and banned them from paths in the city centers. The technology is here to stay urban authorities around the world and agreed on how to respond to this growing phenomenon. Ronnie Saudi reporting, it's just gone five nine thousand nine GMT here in London. You're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service. The British Secretary Javeed says the government will not hesitate to prevent the return of British citizens who supported terrorist organizations abroad, he was responding to a request from Shamima Begum who was a fifteen year old school go when she left Bethnal green in east London in two thousand fifteen to join the so-called Islamic state group this report from Ben day Shamima Begum is in a refugee camp in northern Syria. After escaping from the last tiny area controlled by Islam estate during her time with the group. She told a journalist from the times newspaper, she married. A Dutch Islam convert and lived in Raqqa where she had two children both of whom died now aged nineteen and nine months pregnant with her third child. She said she was not the same. Silly little fifteen year old schoolgirl who left Bethnal green for years ago, but said she did not regret traveling to Syria. So as your job it is quoted in the newspaper as saying we must. Remember that those who left Britain were full of hate for our country. He added that he would do all he could to prevent her return and warned that if she did come back to the UK she would be investigated and potentially prosecuted ban. An is back with more from our news desk. The attempt to find Serena Shackleton sunken ship. The endurance has ended without success a UK lakes petition to the untucked center sub to the ocean floor to Luke for the vessel. But the robot was lost the team has withdrawn from the area and the way to see because of deteriorating weather and ice conditions Shackleton and his crew were forced to give up the endurance in one thousand nine hundred fifteen when ice crushed its whole a new study suggests that the brain function of very late risers and morning larks during the hours of the working d is different night. Jowls were found to have less connectivity. In regions linked to maintaining consciousness, they also had poor attention slow reaction. And increased sleepiness the team from Birmingham university in the English. Midlands said more research was needed to understand the health. Implications of NATO's performing on a work or school, shed you to which they were not naturally suited and a church in Alabama damaged by a tornado has voted to return at twenty thousand dollars donation from a casino because it does not support gambling. The pastor of the First Baptist Church of said church members had been moved by the gesture but have decided to send the cash back to the wind creek casino. The World Health Organization is warning Asian countries to prepare for a significant increase in people with dementia at the moment around half of the world's fifty million sufferers live in Asia. But the WHO says that figure that figure we'll go up significantly by twenty fifty Paolo Barbara is from the umbrella group out outside disease international preparedness of government is essential for example. No. Knowing what to do about a population, which will have to cope with dementia. Seventy one percent, for example of all carriers are usually women. We met bad a disproportionate amount of bad than on on the very important government thinks about how they can for example, enabled the workforce to work for longer whilst caring for someone with dementia. We're all getting older. So this is only unfortunately going to become a bigger problem, and we have to be prepared for it Alibaba Reno.

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"ligo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"ligo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Get him to talk about the Italian banking system. Of course, bunket Cartagena. This is an Callen Bank from a lovely city called Genoa. But smaller investors, keep on saying, look, no one really worries about it being assistant, Chris. But how do you do with it? He says nationalization could be a way forward, but that's the least of his favorite choices. I he wants a private shareholder because this is important to bring up because a back seniors European banking are there. Good Italian banks. I don't mean that Snyder snark are there. Good Italian banks right now being they're -talian banks that make money either Italian banks that make revenue that increase revenue, for example, like bunk and UniCredit, but they also own so much talion debt that as soon as that spread whitens between BT peas and German Boone's. They saw. What's a quality Bank? If you own so much of the bad stuff. You see how she goes right to the real yield and talks real yields in Italian interest update. This is. Birthmark within Europe race phenomenal friend describes very accurate political tension in Italy. And the problems we have over there. What's really interesting is last week? We had record demand for talion Daniel. Today, we have record for Spanish debt, increasingly difficult to sort of reconcile the messy politics with a price action. Because for a while. There was a scare that. That county and bond market seems to be a little bit common now. So I think markets are still a little bit scared but investors want yield and where did you find yield? And at the end of the day. If you're if you have the stomach for it, and you're willing to take the risk, then maybe it to these away to go frontier, you get the idea the sort of feeling that this government loss, and this is such an odd match. You see this last thing? I think they have so little in common. Right. They represent and the trooper league and the five star they have so little in common apart from the fact that they're both populist government. So they're anti-establishment. It depends on whether they can hold it together to stay in power. The prime minister told me that he thinks Saint power five years, but he's kind of talking about this book, but we may see actually Ligo Salvini ferry anti-immigration deciding you know, what I have the votes. I wanna go alone. Let's go to fresh election American audience on Bloomberg radio and television. This is critical. Why do we care about Italy? We say it as joke. Did you know we need to remind people of the size of the Italian economy and the dynamics with Germany is globally important G seven country dumb. And we had also that massive bet by Ray Dallaglio against Italian banks and against it to the and Italy has always been a little bit on the brink. We haven't had the cleanness of politics. And you just wonder what points they really are edging for a fight with an us the spectrum redenomination risk free. I say even I've talked about this for us now in Italy is the hottest that it's not a bad grace. It's about whether Italy wants to give it some way we sold that increasingly over the last twelve months, it wasn't anyone's base case. But it started to become a tail risk that you increasingly had to think about a little bit more. And that was a big shift from other people, Tom I'll go back to one of our big interviews of two thousand eighteen which is David folkerts-landau who really aggressively pushed against the idea go their own way because they financially simply there into deep. So let's think about who's at the heart of stability in Europe right now, I started to find the political leadership. Anywhere on the continent at all. Mario Draghi and friend Tom Izzo must up and I still haven't quite gone. My head around who comes next and what the looks like in driverless governing council room Frankfurt. This is actually my biggest surprise and lost six months is usually these kinds of speculations. Does it change shape policies? Does it change the kind of belief in what they can do they start much earlier and actually this year? It seems that people are ignoring it because there was a belief that it won't be a ger because the German want the president of the question. This is all like, it's a chess game, right? They want one country wants their guy here. And so there's an assumption the markets which could be wrong that it as long as it's on a German. It'll be stable as she goes steady as she goes, except maybe a one thing. Well, let's go to the meteorite. Now, we're gonna talk about America the shut down here the markets, but very quickly John this meeting tomorrow, I'm in the camp actually has value. It's not I think everyone had thinks this has value tomorrow with the news conference to the challenge for President Trump is what sounded dovish. About twelve months ago. Sounds increasingly hawkish, no one expects them to raise it this. Is you run a balanced? Look carry on investing maturing assets of the balance sheet. I think NASA separate issue the idea of raising interest rates anytime soon, though, I think they can get their identity..

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Mental trauma may be greatest challenge for boys rescued from cave

The Takeaway

04:10 min | 4 years ago

Mental trauma may be greatest challenge for boys rescued from cave

"That was the first audio and video the world was able to hear of the youth soccer team trapped in a cave in northern thailand many people this is the takeaway i'm tansy nevada and today a story that has the world watching this weekend dramatic and intense rescue operations began in thailand's chiang rai province to free a group of twelve boys and their soccer coach who've been trapped in a cave for more than two weeks so far eight children have been rescued four remain along with their coach the team was exploring the cave when monsoon rains flooded in and it was nine days before their exact location was pinpointed on friday a thai rescue diver died when he ran out of air while underwater petty officer soman gounon had delivered oxygen to those trapped in the cave but on his way back through the long and complex cave tunnels he ran out of oxygen for himself and lost consciousness to get a sense of how these rescue operations happen and what makes them so tricky we turn to greg moore who's the northeastern regional coordinator for the national cave rescue commission greg thanks for joining us thank you for having me here now i've seen you know there's been lots of talk about what it takes to do this and i want to get into the specifics of how this rescue is happening but i also want wonder if you could help our listeners understand what exactly the depth of the of this cave is i'm hearing it takes two or three hours to bring a child out yeah i don't know the exact numbers i've seen two kilometers which i know most listeners probably thinking oh that's not too far of a walk i could do that pretty quickly but what people do have to understand is first of all even in the dry passages they can be tight narrow which means possibly crawling or moving in a not easy walking fashion and then of course in this particular cave they have the huge complication of waterfield passages which for an experienced cave diver definitely can take some time in now when you're taking boys who literally this will be the first dive of their lives they're taking the time moving very slowly because they don't want to make any mistakes so let's explain the process the mechanics of getting these children out of the cave and of course the coaches well what exactly are the cavers doing when you confront a situation like this what do you do what is the first step to actually rescuing people out well and i'm gonna talk mostly my experience which is all dry caving but the hardest part in some cases they've done here which lily was finding the boys is you may recall for nearly two weeks there was a question of where they were gonna they could even find him so when we do not oftentimes we start out with a search party once we find him the next step is generally a medical evaluation and then after that you go into a period of planning a lot of people i know and i'm as a parent i'd be one of them wanting children out as quickly as possible they want to see their loved ones i can't blame them but in a situation like this do wanna take your time because you wanna plan for every possibility the other huge factor here and one that i don't think can be overemphasized is the psychological considerations for example if the boys have a leader of the team with something like that having ligo i may be a real benefit for them because you can say hey they do it i can do it or conversely you may want the leader stay behind in order to boost the morale and cheer up the voice for maybe a little more scared a little more worried about the extraction you mentioned psychology and as i'm listening to the story i'm having panic about the claustrophobia what do you do about the claustrophobia what if there is someone who is absolutely in a panic who cannot handle the trip out sure i will say in it surprises some people that know i'm a caver i've been in a couple of tight passages myself where all sudden you know you get that tightness of chest or whatever and i know the.

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Euroskeptic parties surge in Italy vote, but no majority

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:10 min | 4 years ago

Euroskeptic parties surge in Italy vote, but no majority

"Now way we all go to cross over to roll then wet daybreak europe house caroline heck or is this station for the morning which seems funny pleasant at least two two by is caroline it it it seems as if the anti establishment parties of the italian parliament all gaining ground yeah it date not particularly pleasant because it's very silky hey advice i believe that terrible weather across europe but it means it's bad enough toy with the last couple of days especially also over election day which was yesterday i think i think to know rate is that italian bonds have full of this morning and you're has also dropped but it's not that dramatic given that it looks as if it's a very very strong showing from the antiestablishment parties so for example we've got the fivestar before it looks as if they want around 32 percent of the vote ligo which is the chief ally of silvio berlusconi's rightwing party very much an anti immigrant party they also looked to have been the big winners with around eighteen percent of the vote and the ruling democratic party the pd we'll support has really dwindled if not been quite decimated because italians essentially a ryan greather angry about rising taxes angry about immigration at the lack of economic progress here in italy gdp has grown but it's lags a lot of the other european countries roni just now by a where we were of just before the financial crisis in europe for italy and said we cannot digest the election result it could take a long time before we actually get a a ruling parliament of the ruling government in places gnashing those singleparty as go a majority at least that's what the projections say so we're gonna have to have some kind of coalition who will do that at in the meantime let me tell you about who would go coming up in the atm hour marco elsa who's ahead portfolio manager loan sin capital that will be an interesting markets conversation also palace good odi joins us in the nine am our from london the rothschild deputy chairman and bekasi also the form of faragallah may ceo so very much get a business beset perspective on these italian elections mockus thank you very.

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