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"madel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"madel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Wrap your whatever. Your feelings are your emotions toy Tiger Woods, and they can spend the bulb they can go from stem to start because of the level of play. Tiger Woods brought a decade and change ago and revolutionized the sport to the downfall of Tiger Woods issues too. Had off. The course at the great equalizer has always been his injuries. If if it hadn't been for the injuries, I think a lot more of the Tiger Woods. I don't know if you'd call me haters. I don't think people hate Tiger Woods. But they there's a segment of the fans out there. There that just get overwhelmed by Tiger Woods that the coverage. Tiger gets any demands any earnings for my money can be over the top. So I think people had their Philip Tiger Woods, and we're perfectly fine with watching his fall from grace and come down several Pegues. Because of what transpired form when a guy is hurt as much as Tiger Woods has been. I'm sorry. You can't hold that against him. You have to have some sympathy. And you don't think Tiger Woods injuries. Have prolonged his stay at the away from being at the top. You just kidding yourself. Then you are being unfair. Then you are eight Tiger Woods hate her. And you're just saying that he caused his own demise. He contributed to his own demise. I wouldn't begin to start to argue that with you. But he was not the only reason his injuries had a lot to do with the struggles in his inability to get back to top of his game, which is to the top of the game of golf. So I think in that way, you at least got to say, hey, good for him in he fought it had two surgeries. He did the rehab. He put in the time and effort he changed his lifestyle. He did what he had to do to get back to a level where he could compete with the Dustin Johnson, a worry mcelroy's in Jordan. Speeds and all these guys were in. High school if not grade school when I go into Tiger Woods several of them more in preschool, when Tiger Woods was Tiger Woods. And now they're his competitors on the highest level on the PGA tour. So what he's done here by winning today is pretty damn remarkable. And coming back from where he once was when we get mad at him up here. I'm sure Madel know right off the top of his head. What was the lowest Tiga was ever ranked on the world ranking scales? It was definitely hundreds, but he has made a phenomenal comeback, and whether you're a fan or a detractors, you've got to appreciate the accomplishment that he put forth today. It's a story that's going to ring true for at least good couple of weeks before we start the print up for the PGA tour. It'll die down just before. Then they'll start to build. Back up again. And I think it's just great for the game of golf. Speaking games NBA action ongoing Pacers..

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"madel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"If you're slowing down fasten that you probably have to spend about a you're getting up to speed you're slowing down. So everything is what I'm getting at is nothing is accidental. I mean, it would be very deliberate. And you know about these plans, months and months and months in advance. If I mean, assuming to, you know, an alien ship coming by as you passing by you don't recognize that ship not somebody who's just going for war Joe visiting that's part of a you'll shipping process. You're going to want to to attack them. We'll stop and talk to them because. He does not a coincidence. They headed towards your planet. That's just doesn't happen on accident. And that was kind of Rangers. They know that plants inhabit too. Those those are the plans and now as we are talking about faster than light, and this interstellar travel dark energy the is too complex to get into right now. But the expansion of our universe. We thought that gravity would overtake it. This was the popular theory for forever, and that it would reverse gravity will pull it back together. Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart. Infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore, and they have affectively disappeared is are you on that side of the fence? Yes. Oh, yes. It's it's the evidence is pretty solid for that the universe. Try that. We have no idea how big the wheel universes. It could. In fact, be incidents, but the observable universe is constantly expanding alia, and we get to see more and more of it as time goes on because light from Ford on for the places reach us. But at the same time is the universe. Expands absorb boss. We all have witching mass as galaxy after galaxy on the edge. Things follows over what we call the cosmological event horizon. And for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light themselves actually moving like that. But the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about seven percent of light speed forty billion light years that you go. So that that's the Hubble expansion rates UCS twenty mega Paul sex or something like that. If you get far enough away, you get the edge of the universe. 'cause no light can ever actually reach you. That's the edge of the absorb universe. Of course. And we don't know how much for that goes after that. We think it's probably a lot bigger than himself universe. But how much baseball we have no way of knowing isn't it a fascinating. Almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they are just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of its speed. It's it's kinda mind all the sheer size universe's mind boggling to begin with. So is the thing about astronomy. You can never really lap. You head around the scale. I it's it's fitting in one direction fitting, another there's so much time was so much space, and it's all expanding so quickly. And it's just how do you vacuum? Head of our something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark energy, fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. Wow. There's so much. We don't know about it. I talk Ouchi is exactly that it's dull trusted. We know. We know more about doc Madel than we know about talk out you by fall. And we know about tall tomato. Sadly, dark energy is still so much mystery other than what it does which is create new space. Our guest tonight is Isaac. Arthur, I'm your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning. We'll be right back after this short break. Stay with us..

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"madel" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on KTOK

"If you're if you're running across another spaceship, it's because it's going to where you came from. And so you probably want to talk to them, you know, you got to pass in the night. I said, well, if you go passing by them, it's because they are going. You all and you'll see where they are. So you probably want to chat how long how long would it. Take to slow down. It depends on I a good fighter pilot can handle I think ten g's for a few seconds. I got to check that one. But humans experience a one chief salvation as normal Glaviano. And that's probably about the most of the normal human could handle folks allegation at that speed. And acceleration of it takes about a year to get up close to light speed. So you probably 'cause you'll feel like you under heavy gravity. If you're slowing down fasten that you probably have to spend about a you're getting up to speed and a year slowing down. So it everything is what I'm getting at is nothing is accidental. I mean, it would be very deliberate. And you know about these plans, months and months and months in advance. If I mean, we're assuming to an alien ship coming by as you passing by you don't recognize that ship. He has not somebody who's just going war Joe visiting that's part of a regular shipping process. You're going to want to to attack them. We'll stop and talk to them because. He does not a coincidence. They head towards your planet. That's just doesn't happen on accident. And that was kinda Rangers. They know that plants inhabit too. Those those are the plans and now as we are talking about faster than light, and this interstellar travel dark energy, the it was too complex to get into right now. But the expansion of our universe. We thought that gravity would overtake it. This was the popular theory for forever, and that it would reverse gravity would pull it back together. Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart. Infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore, and they have affectively disappeared is are you on that side of the fence? Oh, yes. It's it's I mean, the evidence is pretty solid for that the us. Oh, let's try that. We have no idea helping the wheel universes. Could in fact be incidents, but the observable universe is this constantly expanding area. And we get to see more and more as time goes on because life from four on for the Pacers reach us. But at the same time is the universe. Expands. The absorb boss we all had witching mass as galaxy after galaxy on the very edge. Things follows over what we call the cosmological event horizon. And for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light themselves actually moving. Like that. But the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about seven percent of light speed flatly billion light years that you go. So that that's the Hubble expansion rates UCS twenty mega Paul sex or something like that. If you get far enough away the universe 'cause no light can ever actually reach you. That's the edge of the absorb, of course. And we don't know how much for that goes after that. We think it's popular a lot bigger than himself a universe. But how much baseball we have no way of knowing isn't it a fascinating almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they are just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of its speed. It's it's kinda mind all the sheer size voices mind boggling to begin with. So is the thing about astronomy. You can never really lap. You head around the scale. I it's it's Infineon in one direction another there's so much time. There's so much space, and it's all expanding. So quickly. And it's just how do you vacuum? Head of our something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark energy, fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. Wow. There's so much. We don't know about it. So I talk energy is exactly that it's dull trusted. We know. We know more about doc Madel than we know about dog allergy by fall. And we know tell the motto sadly dog energy is still so much mystery other than what it does which is create new space. Our guest tonight is Isaac. Arthur, I'm your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning. We'll be right back after this short break. Stay with us..

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"madel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart. Infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore, and they have affectively disappeared is are you on that side of the fence? Oh, yes. It's it's I mean, the evidence is pretty solid for that. Try to we have no idea how big the wheel universes. Could in fact be internet, but the universe is this constant expanding area. And we see more and more as time goes on because from fort on for the Pacers reached us, but at the same time is the universe. Expands absorb the boss. We all hemorrhaging mass as galaxy after galaxy on of age things follows over what we call the cosmological event horizon. And for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light themselves actually moving like that. But the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about seven percent of light speed twenty billion light years that you go. So that's the Hubble expansion rates UCS twenty mega Paul or something like that. If you get far enough away you the edge of the universe. 'cause no light can have actually reach you. That's the edge of the absorb, of course, of course. And we don't know. How much for that goes after that? We think it's probably a lot bigger than a universe. But how much baseball we have no way of knowing isn't it a fascinating almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they are just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of its speed. It's it's kinda mind all your size universe's mind boggling to begin with. So is the thing about astronomy. You can never really lap. You head around the scale. I it's it's an fitting direction fitting another there's so much time. There's so much space, and it's all expanding. So quickly. And it's just how do you vacuum? Head of our something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark energy, fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. What is so much? We don't know about. I talk Ouchi is exactly that it's dull trusted. We know. We know more about doc Madel than we know about doll you by hall, and we know talk sadly dog allergy is still so much mystery other than what it does which is create new space. Our guest tonight is Isaac. Arthur, I'm your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning. We'll be right back after this short break. Stay with us. is NewsRadio twelve hundred San Antonio. And I heart radio station. Here's some of the stories that we're following.

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"madel" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And you know about these plans, months and months and months in advance. If I mean, assuming to an alien ship going by as you passing by you don't recognize that ship. He has not somebody who's just going from award you'll visiting that's part of illegal shipment process. You're going to want to to attack them. We'll stop and talk to them because. It is not a coincidence. They head towards your planet. That's just doesn't happen on accident. And that was of Rangers. They know that plants inhabit too. Those those are the plans and now as we are talking about faster than light, and this interstellar travel dark energy the was too complex to get into right now. But the expansion of our universe. We thought that gravity would overtake it. This was the popular theory for forever, and that it would reverse gravity will pull it back together. Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore, and they have affectively disappeared is. Are you on that side of the fence? Oh, yes. It's it's I mean, the evidence is pretty solid for that. These try to we have no idea how big the wheel universes. Could in fact be infinite, but the observable universe is this constantly expanding area. And we get to see more and more of it as time goes on because light from four on for the places reached us. But at the same time is the universe. Expands. The absorb the boss, we all hemorrhaging mass as galaxy after galaxy on the edge of things follows over what we call the cosmological event horizon, and for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light themselves actually moving like that. But the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about seven percent of light speed flatly billion light years that you go. So that's the Hubble expansion rates UCS twenty mega pulse or something. Like that. If you get enough. Away. You get the edge of the universe. 'cause no light can ever actually reach you. That's the edge of the absorb, of course. And we don't know how much for that goes after that. We think it's probably a lot bigger than the universe. But how much we have no way of knowing isn't it a fascinating almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they are just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of its speed. It's it's kinda mind all the sheer size voices mind boggling to begin with. So is the thing about astronomy, you can never really wrap your head around the scale. I it's it's Infineon in one direction fitting another is so much time. There's so much space, and it's all expanding so quickly. And it's just how do you vacuum? Head of our something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark energy, fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. Wow. There's so much. We don't know about it. Si- talk energy is exactly that. It's dull to us as we know. We know more about doc Madel than we know about talking count you by fall. And we don't talk sadly dog allergy is still so much of a mystery other than what it does which is create new space. Our guest tonight is Isaac. Arthur, I'm your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning..

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"madel" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"He has not somebody who's just going to war Joe visiting that's part of shipping process. You're going to want to to eat. Oh, attack them. We'll stop and talk to them because. He does not a coincidence. They'll head towards your planet. That's just doesn't happen on accident. And there's kind of Rangers. They know that plants inhabit too. Those those are the plans and now as we are talking about faster than light, and this interstellar travel dark energy, the it was too complex to get into right now. But the expansion of our universe. We thought that gravity would overtake it. This was the popular theory for forever, and that it would reverse gravity would pull it back together. Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart. Infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore, and they have affected Wli disappeared is are you on that side of the fence? Oh, yes. It's it's I mean, the evidence is pretty solid for that. The we always try to be we have no idea how the wheel universes could in fact be. But so uniform is this constant expanding area. And we get to see more and more of it as time goes on because life from fort on for the places reach us. But at the same time is the universe. Expands absorb we all have witching mass as galaxy after galaxy on the things follows over what we call the cosmological event horizon. And for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light themselves actually moving night that but the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about seven percent of light speed flatly billion light years that you go. So that that's the Hubble expansion rate UCS twenty mega Paul sex or something like that. If you get far enough away, you get the universe 'cause no light can ever actually reach you. That's the edge of the absorb. We can of course, of course. And we don't know how much that goes. After that. We think it's probably a lot bigger than the universe. But how much we have no way of knowing isn't it a fascinating almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they are just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of its speed. It's it's kinda mind all the sheer size is his mind boggling to begin with. So it's the thing about astronomy. You can never really lap around the scale. I it's a it's an fitting in one direction fitting another is so much time. There was so much space, and it's all expanding. So quickly. And it's just how do you wrap your head of our something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark energy, fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. Why there's so much? We don't know about. I talk Ouchi is exactly that it's talked to us that we we know we know more about doc Madel than we know about dog allergy by hall, and we don't talk sadly dog energy is still so much mystery other than what it does is create new space. Our guest tonight is Isaac. Arthur, I'm your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning. We'll be right back after this short break. Stay with us. You get a raise us up at year. Right. Then how can you afford to drive that huge car? I mean, the gas on a baby must be crazy pay less for gas..

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"madel" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on WRVA

"Going from award show visiting that's part of a regular shipping process. You're going to want to to eat. Oh, attack them. We'll stop and talk to them because. It is not a coincidence. They had towards your planet. That's just doesn't happen on accident. And that was kind of Rangers. They know that plants inhabit too. And those those are the plans and now as we are talking about faster than light, and this interstellar travel dark energy the is too complex to get into right now. But the expansion of our universe. We thought that gravity would overtake it. This was the popular theory for forever, and that it would reverse gravity would pull it back together. Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart. Infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore, and they have affectively disappeared is are you on that side of the fence? Oh, yes. It's it's I mean, the evidence is pretty solid for that these oh. We have no idea helping the wheel universes. They could in fact be incidents, but the observable universe is this constantly expanding area. And we get to see more and more as time goes on because life from fort on for the places reach us. But at the same time as the universe expands absorb boss, we all had witching mass as galaxy after galaxy on the edge. Things follows over what he call the cosmological event horizon, and for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light themselves actually moving like that. But the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about seven percent of light speed seventy billion light years that you go. So that that's the Hubble expansion rates UCS twenty mega pow sex or something like that. If you get far enough away you get to the edge of the universe. 'cause no light can ever actually reach you. That's the end of the absorb universe. Of course. And we don't know how much for that goes after that. We think it's probably a lot bigger than the universe. But how much we have no way of knowing isn't it a fascinating almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they are just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of its speed. It's it's kinda mind all the sheer size voices mind boggling to begin with. So it's the thing about astronomy, you can never really wrap your head around the scale. I it's it's 0 in one direction fitting another there's so much time. There's so much space, and it's all expanding so quickly. And it's just how do you wrap your head of our something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark energy, fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. Why does so much? We don't know about it. So I talk energy is exactly that it's dull trusted. We know. We know more about doc Madel than we know about tall count you by fall. And we know about talk sadly dark energy is still so much of a mystery other than what it does which is create new space. Our guest tonight is Isaac. Arthur, I'm your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning. We'll be right back after this short break. Stay with us. Reilly auto parts today and.

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"madel" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And you know, about these plans, months and months and months in advance if assuming to an alien ship coming by as you passing by you don't recognize that ship has not somebody who's just going from war Joe visiting. That's probably you'll shipping process. You're going to want to to Edo attack them. We'll stop and talk them because he does not a coincidence. They headed towards your planet. That's just doesn't happen on accident, and those kind of Rangers they know that plants inhabit too. Those those are the plans and now as we are talking about faster than light, and this interstellar travel dark energy, the is too complex to get into right now that the expansion of our universe. We thought that gravity would overtake it. This was the popular theory for forever, and that it would reverse gravity would pull it back together. Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart. Infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore, and they have affectively disappeared is are you on that side of the fence? Oh, yes. It's it's I mean, the evidence is pretty solid for that. Zoe universe. We always try to be. We have no idea. How big the wheel says it could in fact be incident, but the observable universe is constantly expanding area. And we get to see more and more of it as time goes on because life from fort on for the places reach us. But at the same time is the universe. Expands. Your boss, we all had witching mass as galaxy after galaxy on the very edge things over what we call the cosmological event horizon, and for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light Liam selves, actually, moving like that. But the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about some sort of light speed seven billion light years that you go. So that's the Hubble expansion rate UCS twenty mega posttax or something like that. If you get far enough away the edge of the universe. 'cause no light can have actually reach you. That's the edge of the absorb, of course. And we don't know. How much for that goes after that? We think it's probably a lot bigger than he was hopeful universe. But how much baseball we have no way of knowing isn't it a fascinating almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of its speed. It's it's kind of mind on the sheer size was his mind boggling to begin with. So is the thing about astronomy, you can never really wrap your head around the scale way. It's it's an fitting in one direction as so much time. There's so much space, and it's all expanding so quickly. And it's just how do you wrap your head of our something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark energy, fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. Why does so much? We don't know about. I talk Ouchi is exactly that it's dull to us. We know we know more about doc Madel than we know about talking when you by fall. And we know how D'amoto sadly dog energy is still so much of a mystery other than what it does which is create new space. Our guest tonight is is it Arthur, I'm your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning. We'll be right back after this short break. Stay with us. Fox news. I'm Richard Jordan.

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"madel" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on WTVN

"And you know about these plans, months and months and months in advance. If I mean, if we're assuming to, you know, an alien ship coming by as you passing by you don't recognize that ship. He has not somebody who's just going from war Joe visiting that's part of a regular shipping process. You're going to want to to oh, attack them, stop and talk to them because. He does not a coincidence. They headed towards your planet. That's just doesn't happen on accident. And that was of Rangers. They know that plants inhabit too. And those those are the plans and now as we are talking about faster than light, and this interstellar travel dark energy the is too complex to get into right now. But the expansion of our universe. We thought that gravity would overtake it. This was the popular theory for forever, and that it would reverse gravity will pull it back together. Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart. Infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore, and they have affectively disappeared is are you on that side of the fence? Oh, yes. Yes. It's it's I mean the evidence is pretty solid for that the zone. Try to be. We have no idea how big the wheel universe says it could be but the observable universe is this constantly expanding area. And we get to see more and more for this time goes on because life from four on for the places reach us. But at the same time is the universe. Expands. Zip boss. We all have witching mass as galaxy after galaxy on the edge. Things follows over what we call the cosmological event horizon. And for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light themselves actually moving like that. But the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about seven percent of light speed billion light years that you go. So that's the Hubble expansion rate UCS twenty mega sex or something like that. If you get far enough away gets the universe. 'cause no light can. Ever actually reach you. That's the edge of the absorb universe. Of course. And we don't know how much for that goes after that. We think it's probably a lot bigger than himself universe. But how much baseball we have no way of knowing isn't it a fascinating almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they are just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of it's speed. It's it's kinda mind all the sheer size was his mind boggling to begin with. So it's the thing about astronomy, you can never really wrap your head around the scale. I it's it's an fitting in one direction fitting another is so much time. There's so much space, and it's all expanding so quickly. And it's just how do you wrap your head of our something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark. Energy fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. Why there's so much? We don't know about it. I talk energy is exactly that it's dull trusted. We know. We know more about doc Madel than we know about count you by fall. And we know about dog mad dog energy is still so much mystery other than what it does which is create new space. Our guest tonight is is it Arthur your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning. We'll be right back after this short break. Stay with us. Whoa. You get a raise us up at year. Right. And how can you afford to drive that huge car? I mean, the gas on a baby must be crazy. I pay less for gas.

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"madel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"He has not somebody who's just going from war Joe visiting that's part of a your shipping process. You're going to want to to attack them. We'll stop and talk them because. He does not a coincidence head towards your planet. That's just doesn't happen on accident. And that was kind of Rangers. They know that plants inhabit too. Those those are the plans and now as we are talking about faster than light, and this interstellar travel dark energy the is too complex to get into right now. But the expansion of our universe. We thought that gravity would overtake. This was the popular theory for forever, and that it would reverse gravity will pull it back together. Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore, and they have affectively disappeared is. Are you on that side of the fence? Oh, yes. It's it's I mean, the evidence is pretty solid for that the universe. We always try to be. We have no idea how big the wheel universes. It could. In fact, be incident, but the observable universe is this constant expanding alia, and we get to see more and more of it as time goes on because like from four thousand for the places reach us. But at the same time is the universe. Expands. The absorb boss we all have witching mass as galaxy after galaxy on the edge. Things follows over what we call the cosmological event horizon, and for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light themselves actually moving like that. But the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about seven percent of light speed flatly billion light years that you go. So that that's the Hubble expansion rate UCS twenty mega-politics or something like that. If you get far enough away you get to the edge of the universe. Because no light can ever actually reach you. That's the edge of the absorb universe. Of course. And we don't know how much for that goes after that. We think it's probably a lot bigger than himself a universe. But how much we have no way of knowing isn't it a fascinating almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they are just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of its speed. It's it's kinda mind all the sheer size his mind boggling to begin with. So is the thing about astronomy, you can never really wrap your head around the scale. I it's it's fitting in one direction fitting another is so much time. There's so much space and it's expanding. So quickly. And it's just how do you act? You about something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark energy, fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. Why there's so much? We don't know about it. I talk Ouchi is exactly that it's talk to us that we know we know more about doc Madel than we know about talk would you buy hall, and we know about tell the sadly dog energy is still so much mystery other than what it does is create new space. Our guest tonight is Isaac. Arthur, I'm your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning. We'll be right back after this short break. Stay with us..

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"madel" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"And you know, about these plans, months and months and months in advance if we're assuming to an alien ship coming by passing by you don't recognize that ship. He has not somebody who's just calling for war Joe visiting that's part of a regular shipping process. You're going to want to to attack them. We'll stop and talk to them because. He does not a coincidence. They head toward your planet. That's just doesn't happen on accident. And that was kind of Rangers. They know that plants inhabit too. Those those are the plans and now as we are talking about faster than light, and this interstellar travel dark energy, the it was too complex to get into right now. But the expansion of our universe. We thought that gravity would overtake. This was the popular theory for forever, and that it would reverse gravity would pull it back together. Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart. Infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore, and they have effectively disappeared is are you on that side of the fence? Oh, yes. It's it's I mean, the evidence is pretty solid for that the zone try that we have no idea how big the real universe says it could in fact be incidents, but for uniform is this constantly expanding area. And we get to see more and more of it as time goes on because like from four on for the places reach us. But at the same time is the universe. Expands. The absorb boss we all had witching mass as galaxy after galaxy on the edge. Things follows over what we call the cosmological event horizon, and for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light themselves actually moving like that. But the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about seven percent of light speed billion light years that you go. So that's the Hubble expansion rate UCS twenty mega pulse sex or something like that. If you get far enough away, you get the universe 'cause no light can ever actually reach you. That's the edge of the absorb universe. Of course. And we don't know how much for that goes after that. We think it's probably a lot bigger than yourself universe. But how much we have no way of knowing isn't it a fascinating almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they are just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of its speed. It's it's kinda mind all the sheer size was his mind boggling to begin with. So is the thing about astronomy. You can never really lap. You head around the scale. I it's it's an fitting in one direction fitting another is so much time. There's so much space, and it's all expanding so quickly. And it's just how do you wrap your head of our something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark energy, fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. Why there's so much? We don't know about it. So I talk energy is exactly that it's dull trusted. We we know. We know more about doc Madel than we know about talk out you by hall, and we don't tell them sadly dog energy is still so much mystery other than what it does which is create new space. Our guest tonight is Isaac. Arthur, I'm your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning. We'll be right back after this short break. Stay with us..

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"madel" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on KNSS

"And you know, about these plans, months and months and months in advance if seeming to an alien ship coming by as you passing by you don't recognize that ship. He has not somebody who's just going for a war Joe visiting. That's part of a you'll shipping process. You're going to want to to attack them. We'll stop and talk to them because. He does not a coincidence. They head towards your planet. That's just doesn't happen on accident. And that was kind of Rangers. They know that plants inhabit too. Those those are the plans and now as we are talking about faster than light, and this interstellar travel dark energy, the is too complex to get into right now the expansion of our universe. We thought that gravity would overtake it. This was the popular theory for forever, and that it would reverse gravity will pull it back together. Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore. And they have actively disappeared is our. Are you on that side of the fence? Oh, yes. It's it's I mean the evidence is pretty solid for that the zone. Try to we have no idea helping the wheel universal says it could be incidents, but the observable universe is this constantly expanding area. And we get to see more and more of it as time goes on because life from four on for the places reach us. But at the same time is the universe. Expands. The absorb boss we all have witching mass as galaxy after galaxy on the edge. Things follows over what we call the cosmological event horizon, and for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light themselves actually moving like that. But the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about seven percent of light speed seven billion light years that you go. So that that's the Hubble expansion. Right. UCS twenty mega pulse. Ex or something like that. If you get enough away you get the edge of the universe. 'cause no light can have. Actually reach you. That's the edge of the absorb universe. Of course. And we don't know how much for that goes after that. We think it's probably a lot bigger than himself universe. But how much baseball we have no way of knowing isn't it a fascinating. Almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they are just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of its speed. It's it's kinda mind on the sheer size universe's mind boggling to begin with. So is the thing about astronomy, you can never really wrap your head around the scale. I it's it's an in one direction fitting another is so much time. There's so much space, and it's all expanding. So quickly. And it's just how do you laugh your head of our something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark energy, fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. Wow. There's so much. We don't know about. I talk energy is exactly that. It's dull us that. We know we know more about doc Madel than we know about you by fall. And we know about talk sadly dog allergy is still so much mystery other than what it does which is create new space. Our guest tonight is Isaac. Arthur, I'm your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning. We'll be right back after this short break. Stay with us..

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"madel" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on The Valleycast

"Or like, watch them like muse or when that Matt Bellamy does his little thing. Yeah. You guys need to hear just really quick. I have to play this for you guys because they feel like I feel like we're on the same page about the appreciation of metal. But I don't know if you guys are truly understanding I don't city of under Madel song complexity of it. I just don't know if I one hundred percent agree with the the equation, the equating you're doing in the strong word, seventy five strong opinion. Yes. It's a strong opinion. I agree with starting the podcast with a strong opinion. I I admire, but it's also hard enough, it doesn't timid delete. This whole pocket. We are going to do. Sure, it's recording. But before we go through before we go on because even this guy that wrote this intro wrote like really cool blurb about it three that. But now I'm on like a metal thing with you guys really quick. But I have to play for you, Joe has probably heard of this band and Anna. No like, maybe a lot of metal heads. If there are metal heads that listened to us. You're probably going to be like, I don't know man, you should pick like iced earth or some shit. But like, no, this is have you guys heard of a band called dragon for? Okay. So Joe, you know, exactly where you're going. You know, where I'm going. Yeah. Elliot, you're not trying to get that song on easy here. So there's there's there's a famous song from dragon force called through the fire and flame, so good. And it's just a fucking masterpiece. It's a master symphony. Yes. This one supports what your sets. What I'm saying? This is what a lot of memories like everything at its best supports what you're saying. Okay. That's true. Wow. What a great point. Joe? I don't know. If that's true. I think it's true wave like an orchestration if it If was. it was if there was a poet that said that did every every musical. Yeah. Yeah. Got to this. This is the best dog walkers just like a it's like made a fucking symphony. All right here. We got this is this is just a little bit of dragon forces song place. No, we're gonna play through the fire. Here we go..

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"madel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Now. The next blind item from crazy days and nights dot net has to do with the foreign born former A plus list model. A foreign born former a+ list model the subject of this blind item from crazy days and nights dot net. This foreign born former eight-plus plus list model. No, she won't get anything. But a slap on the wrist because she knows too many secrets about the rich and powerful in her country. Now, I suppose they could kill her to keep her quiet. But a slap on the wrist is the most likely outcome. I mean is it is it who I think it is is it like an Naomi Campbell type situation. Now, I will tell you heard the foreign born former A plus list Madel now, I will tell you that a lot of her fame now, she's famous in her own, right. However, she became increasingly famous due to a relationship. She had in her past. Kate moss. She dated somebody very very famous. Very very known for his proclivity for dating young models. Okay. More hints about her her like, she's like, a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model. She's blonde. She's is is this oh a hairy girlfriend. No. Does she do a lot of Halloween parties? No, she doesn't do a lot of Halloween party. But I will tell you that this woman made headlines yesterday for getting into a little bit of trouble in her home country. Oh god. Wasn't doing something that what we always say people must do if they are a celebrity. Yeah. Oh who who didn't pay their taxes yesterday? We literally just talked about this seriously. Well, Lindsay Lohan she did though. Then lake who else hasn't paid their taxes. Shakira. Oh, no. I can't remember it's bar Raphael. Rafael.

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Gaza flare-up kills Israeli officer, 7 Palestinians

All Of It

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Gaza flare-up kills Israeli officer, 7 Palestinians

"His country's consulate in STAN last month. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo as told the de facto Saudi leader crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, Washington would hold everyone involved accountable. The British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt is traveling to Saudi Arabia is James Landale reports over the weekend Turkey revealed. Shed audiotapes relating to the case with allies, including Britain and today. Jeremy hunt will fly to react to meet king Salman and his son the country's de facto ruler Muhammed bin Salman, the foreign secretary will urge them to do more to deliver Justice and accountability to the histology family. He'll say it is unacceptable that the circumstances surrounding the murder. Still remain unclear. The prime minister of Finland says GPS signals in the north of the country were intentionally disrupted earlier this week during NATO military exercises and Russia may have been to blame you her. Superior said Russia was known to have the capability to block the satellite. Navigation those and may have wanted to send a message to nations involved in the military drills. World news from the BBC. The authorities in the Mexican state of Veracruz say they've arrested five people linked to the murder of the daughter of a congresswoman Valeria cruise was shot dead on Thursday. The case got nationwide attention after the congresswoman common Madel who told of her daughter's death during a televised session of the Mexican congress. The study of more than one hundred major global apparel agricultural and mining companies shows that most of failing to meet human rights standards, set by the United Nations, a British charity, the corporate human rights benchmark ranked firms using publicly available information to assess practices on issues such as gender equality forced and child labor and the living wage an Australian woman accused of starting a nationwide food scare by placing sewing needles in strawberries has appeared in court following her arrest on Sunday. She's been charged with seven counts of food contamination. Phil Mercer reports. Train faces up to ten years in prison. If she's convicted of putting sewing needles into pundits of strawberries, a court in Brisbane was told she was motivated by spite or revenge. Detectives in Australia alleged the fifty year old farm supervisor's DNA who's found on contaminated fruits. The police say her arrest was. As the result of an unprecedented investigation that was far from over. There were one hundred eighty six reports of needles being found in fruits across Australia. Some were thought to be copycat cases, all social media stunts, the Chinese Internet commerce, giant Alibaba notched up a record thirty point seven billion dollars in sales during the twenty four hour rushed Demark singles day on Sunday shoppers in China and elsewhere snapped tub items like smartphones furniture and even milk powder throughout the day Alibaba recorded roughly ten billion dollars worth of sales in just the first hour after midnight BBC news. Hello. And welcome

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"madel" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Moving day at the PGA the third round of the one hundredth playing for the Wanamaker trophy Jordan Spieth needs to. Win it to complete the career grand slam he gets one tight at five after four straight, pars he's three under at the moment the open champion Francesco. Molinari inside three feet after a spectacular. Shot at two to get to six under par final group is. Off at one thirty eight local time Gary woodland Kevin Kisner in Brooks KEPCO, great to have Maureen Madel with this once again good afternoon Maureen Good afternoon and I have, to say coming from the emerald is I'm very pleased to report there's a lovely cooling breeze that has just. Arisen and not welcomed Shane Lowry my countrymen to the. Tea and, I think he was pleased. To see it as I am was very warm. Out here. Yesterday But I think we've got great. Things in store from the. Final group that. I'm going to be walking with. We've got Gary woodland Kevin Kisner and of course Brooks and Brooks KEPCO is really looking in very very good form indeed because I was chatting with, his carry on the range, he's had one double double bogey this week now he. Started like this the US open he gives the field we start. He was too over after six holes, hasn't has a bogey since and he was absolutely nailing it on the range looks in great form Well that's exactly. Right he he is a notorious. Slow marked but now he is right back in the thick of it I don't know if there's any explanation for that or or not I think a lot of times it takes players awhile to get into the tournament. A lot of times when I played I didn't mind bogeying. The first hole because it readjusted my focus but he's a, talented young man and. Certainly is able to, overcome that quite easily.

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"madel" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"madel" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And if you like senior legal analyst time we're about to dive into it rachel madel last night did a marvelous job and we're going to play some clips and we do thank msnbc for letting us have the clips rachel maddow last night did a marvelous job on breaking down this story so i can have her let her ask her to do the storytelling i'll take care of the senior legal analyst time but let's start with russia gate we're talking russia gate right we're talking about donald trump's ties to russia and his campaign chair during many of the key months right in the middle of two thousand sixteen leading up to the election paul manafort paul manafort is the star of our senior legal analyst segment right now i lose my patience with this nonsense lose patients with paul manafort paul manafort is very deep legal trouble he's facing two separate criminal trials both in the washington dc area one in washington dc itself and one in virginia and let's you and i talked about the one in virginia they're similar cases but they're different the one in virginia is much more of a straightforward money laundering tax evasion case the one in virginia the when you and i are talking about of cases it's much more of a document case i mean they're both heavily document cases but this one in virginia with with the persnickety judge ooh did i say a personality judge i had the best words well the judge in virginia federal district judge he is you know a different kind of odd bird shall we say and so paul manafort is in deep deep criminal legal jeopardy it appears that the prosecutors the federal prosecutors this is robert muller's team here muller time it appears that robert muller's team has tremendous incriminating evidence of paul manafort's illegality and i i'm out of the prediction business but based upon what i can tell i i find it hard to believe a jury in one of these two places wouldn't find him guilty of something or another because a lot of the case in virginia is just documents and they've got rick gates manafort's close deputy for many years when all this was going on and they've got all rick gates is cooperation so paul manafort's closest guy poses the american guy this dude in ukraine slash russia called constantine kalinic but he's he's the rick gates overseas over there but rick gates is cooperating against manafort with prosecutors and so paul manafort has tremendous legal exposure he's begging and praying for a pardon from donald trump my own personal view i'm not making a predict but mountain view of the matter is donald never gonna give them a pardon because paul manafort griff off of donald trump and one thing donald trump hates dhamma really hates it if people behind donald back make money off of donald trump donald trump really really hates that because donald attitude is if there's any griffin to go on i'm the one doing it if there's money to be made here it's going to be in my pocket right so paul manafort behind donald back apparently was offering private briefings to oleg their pasta and anyways i my sense is donald trump has like writtenoff paul manafort saying he was disloyal to me he used me to make money off me behind my back doing that donald is a real real serious act of disloyalty don't think paul manafort's going to get his partner besides trump's lawyers said if he gets a pardon he can still testify because now he has no legal jeopardy so donaldson in in a quandary and paul manafort's in an extra big quandary and so rick gates cooperating against paul manafort kinda is the backdrop of this criminal case in virginia because there's rachel maddow reported the federal government is part of the trial prep dumped a whole bunch of evidence on paul manafort and his lawyers basically evidence that they got from rick gates and as soon as the lawyers saw that and paul manafort saw they said oh they got the goods on us in.

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"madel" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"madel" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"You wish madel had been gets mad at dining john and get claim mando had worked at a gaffe day shift team great water bad ohio body daddy nick ed buddy character your nation how to share the notes from the line so what we were doing is one you were no last hour we will talk about you you take notes for the show in the reason for the notes as we want to know what the good parts are so we can air them for a replay were on the air you know we wanna keep the outgoing 247 renegade and we want you all the all the best of stuff to be appearing is so that's what we have you take notes but promise you notes yeah they do and again i can you just read them and don't add anything just read them the way you wrote him starting at six a m i'll just be settled by a just to seven twenty seven i said six was the last half hour give it he want cares read them from six at six o'clock how hard is that a defiant the first not that i have at sits is that brian you had to get your chest shaved and now you're itching to note everybody he's a note that good let's just like you've were stopped what you're talking about an easy you understand the concept of taking notes for shell but go ahead is he still had to deal with the former owners of the station gearhead now they're horrible there what if you want to thank you see there so horrible will you don't even have the putting them out yet scana self evident that they stink and again i write down what you've talked about i understand but that's not what we're asking you to do i think we've explained it about five or two thousand times now something like that yet i never said anything to me about this why would gay men say anything to you about math night at say game as a gay man of never said anything to me about it here you did you said gay men have never said anything that you about it i don't know why they have be gay man matt never said anything about the now have you.

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