20 Burst results for "Mariana Trench"

"mariana trench" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin

Simply Bitcoin

05:04 min | Last week

"mariana trench" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin

"So there will be business failures in the Bitcoin world that we big business there is also. But there will be no government there to steal money to prop up these industries that are deemed strategic by some arbitrary little group of people. So we're going to have a much more efficient clean up mechanism for those businesses that go belly up. So let's talk about a little bit about human nature and the reason that I believe a lot of these collectivist politicians and political parties have been so successful, right? And a lot of the reasons why I believe the bailouts were politically viable, right? And that's just because people are willing to avoid the pain or whatever for whatever it takes and they turn to big daddy government in order to say, hey, you know, rescue us or whatever, without really thinking about the long-term consequences. Well, these politicians don't have to think about the long-term consequences because somebody else is going to clean up the mass will be burdened with the mess and they'll say, no, it was the last people who did it. But what Bitcoin will do will make it impossible for people to bail out businesses or anybody else because they want to look, they're going to be people who want to extend human life for 500 years. And we want to do this. Well, the scientists say, well, it's not actually possible. There are even another bunch of people who say, well, we want to have a, I don't know what to call you on the bottom of the Mariana trench. It's not possible because it's too deep there. And so what will happen with Bitcoin is that the discipline of science, the discipline of math will be put over everybody in government, and they'll say, we want to do this. We want to build this new bridge to nowhere. And then the people who are in charge of the money and say, well, there's no money for that. There hasn't been money for that for 50 years to Bitcoin became the only money. So you can try and ask people to build this bridge to nowhere. But once they find out that the plants, the architects planned for this big British nowhere, nobody's going to pay for it and you can't steal that money out of it because that era's also over. So these politicians will be put in their place. They will be constrained to keeping the roads clean, keeping the roads free of litter, and that's about it. They'll only be able to do what people consent to be done because they won't be able to print money out of nowhere. There will be no federal government with the ability to print money where the states can go and ask for a stipend or a grant or whatever they want to call it of money that just was conjured out of nowhere. It's all going to end.

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"mariana trench" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

02:53 min | 4 months ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"And so huge amount of plastics are illegally incinerated, informally dumped or get lost at sea. And as a result, millions of tons of plastic every year gets into our environment. But even plastics that are soundly managed emit greenhouse gases. Once plastic enter the environment, landfill are dispersed in soil or water, they start a process of breaking down into micro and nanoparticles. I will just call them microplastic for the sake of the conversation today. And this processes of breaking down, emit powerful gases such as methane, ethylene, and CO2. And that's true for both traditional and biodegradable plastics. On the surface of microplastics, a new microbial new microbial community can grow. We call them the plastic sphere. And the biological activity also release. Additional CO2 and nitrous oxide into the environment, creating the possibility of further magnifying the climate problem. And is that microplastic can also impair the growth and the photosynthesis capacity of phytoplankton, which are the microorganisms producing much of the oxygen we breathe. But also microplastics can have toxic effects of soil plankton. And the health of these organisms are essential for the functioning of all aquatic food webs. And unfortunately, the problems run even deeper. Microplastics bind with the so called marine snow, which are made out of the clumps of bacteria, plankton, and other organic material that sinks down into the ocean depth, acting like a biological carbon pump. But microplastics risk affecting this marine snow, and potentially decreasing the capacity of the ocean to absorb and sequester carbon from the atmosphere. And microplastics can be decreased in the reflective property of snow and ice. Potentially accelerating the melting of glacier and polar ice. So, we have early enough indications that plastic pollution is starting to change the processes that allow the earth climate system to work. And this pollution is not a localized phenomenon. Microplastics are everywhere from the mountain tops of Everest to the deepest sediment in the Mariana trench. They are in the air, we breathe, the water we drink, and the found in our bloodstream

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"mariana trench" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"That I challenge my panelist got to just tell me which one is the fake. We have a theme this week. Right. Is the deep ocean. How much do you guys know about the deep ocean? It depends. It depends how deep we're going. There's a distinct boundary in it. There's nothing to be done. Well, it is the Mariana trench, so right there we're having problems. Yeah. Yeah, the essence silent forgot. Yes. All right, well let's see. Here they are. Item number one, only four people have visited the challenger deep the deepest location on earth at 10,928 meters, and about 1100 atmospheres of pressure, including filmmaker James Cameron. Number two, we have mapped only 20% of the ocean floor compared to 100% of the surface of Mars. And I number three, cuvier's beaked whales, the deepest diving whales have been spotted in the Mariana trench at depths over 6000 meters. All right, Evan, you're chatty tonight. Let's have you go first. I asked for it. I asked for it. All right, four people that have visited the challenger deep. Deepest location on earth. Including filmmaker James Cameron. I think that's right. And I seem to recall something about James Cameron heading down head and way down there. You know, what with his fascination with Titanic and that whole thing. So I think that's right. I'll jump to the third one maybe. The beaked whales are a cuvier. Cuvier's beaked whales. Been spotted in the Mariana trench. The other isn't it? So they asked the silent. At depths over 6000 meters. 6000. That's the way he wrote it. I am reading, it might not reading, what? You are already wrote it wrong. I say it wrong, Steve wrote it wrong. Sorry, sorry. All right, the M trench. At the apps over 6000 meters. Why wouldn't that be? It's a terror what I'm seeing here is that both are acceptable to their area on a trench or Marianas trench. It says sometimes called marianus. So maybe we could do a deeper dive into that to see why there was that discrepancy, but a lot of the references I'm seeing say that both are acceptable. Maybe it's one of those foreign pronunciation things or americanization things. But there it is. Really? You can say, but all I know is that every ocean person that I'm Friends with is like all super pedantic, whenever people put an S on it, they get all bitchy about it. Bring them on the table to talk to her. I mean that they're correct. True. True. Very quick anecdote. That's early on in the show. In one of the segments, I refer to hieroglyphics, hieroglyphics. And somebody wrote in and said, I'm an expert in egyptology and it's hieroglyphic writing. There is no such thing as hieroglyphics. So I thought that was an excellent example of pedantry because it's not like everyone doesn't know exactly what I'm referring to. But I'm like, fine, if the experts all say hieroglyphic writing, that's fine. And he actually said, I've never heard any expert in the field ever say hieroglyphic writing. Every say hieroglyphics. It's always hieroglyphic writing. Then like a month later, two months later, the same guy emailed me back and said, I'm going to have to retract my previous day, but I apologize. I was at a meeting and all of the egyptologist experts were saying hieroglyphics. Good follow up. Because they heard our show. Clearly. He was a scientist. Well, right, where was I? I jumped to three. I skipped two. So the question, yeah, so the only question here is 6000 meters. That's pretty deep. Can they handle that pressure? Is that where they are? They've been spotted down there. They don't necessarily, you know, habitate that, you know, live down there. They may be just gone deeper and then come back up to a more feasible living depth. But the one about the 20% of the ocean floor compared to a 100% of the service of Mars. I think a 100% of the service in Mars is correct. I think the problem maybe with this one is 20% of the ocean floor. We only 20% of the ocean floor. Maybe the ocean floor is bigger than I'm giving it credit for. So it's either the whales or the ocean floor or I have to choose one shoot. Only 20% of the ocean floor that doesn't seem so low, but shoot. Steve, I'm gonna say, I'll say the one about mapping 20% of the ocean floor is the fiction. Okay, Jay. All right, so the first one about only four people going down 10,928 meters. I think that one's correct. I mean, you know, I remember reading stuff about James Cameron and the Titanic and, you know, he loved the Titanic, then he makes the movie. You know, Steve I didn't like that movie. Everybody in the world except me like that movie. I didn't like it. I just thought it was a movie Titanic. Yeah, they basically like, yeah, this event happened and it is completely manufactured like this total fiction around it and I thought it was silly, but that's but that's not why he went on the challenger. I know that. I'm saying that. Oh, yeah. It was for asphalt. Okay. I didn't like the movie. Gotcha. Okay. But I admit that the world loved it and I didn't. All right, so we have mapped only 20% of the ocean. I thought we mapped more of that, but I mean, for science or fiction, I guess we're on there. I don't know. I mean, this is tough at this point. So much could have changed, just in the last 5 years, but I do remember hearing some type of low percentage that I was surprised to hear. But you know, it's hard to get down there. So I get it. It's this last one that's been bothering me. Evan, did you pick this one? I forget. Well, I almost did. All right, I'll just say it. I just don't see a mammal going down to the bottom of the trench. I just don't think a mammal can go down that far. So I'm just gonna say this one is a fiction and Cara. Well, okay, so cuvier's beaked whale. It says here that it has been spotted in the Mariana trench, but only a depth of 6000 meters, which is really deep, but not as deep as challenger deep, which is the biggest gouge in the Mariana trench. And that's almost 11,000 meters. I mean, that's bananas. That's like a really specialized, what's it called? Diving pod. Oh my God, what's it called? Submarine. Separate. No. No. Here you got it. It's got to go in the book. Damn it. It couldn't have been. And I know that James Cameron has been down there. I think it's more than four people, though. So there's two of these seem like fiction to me. The cuvier has beaked whales which sounds the most bananas I think is science. But two of them seem like fiction. So I want to grapple with some details here. So only four people having visited challenger deep seems like too few. I think it's been more than that, because there have been several trips on that, what is that, that deep sea whatever? Actually, my ex-boyfriend was on that trip. They gave them all rolexes. Is that crazy? What? Like on that big camera trip, but he didn't go down in the dive pod. So I don't know. I'm trying to commercial. Actually, would have been in this submersible, yeah. But then the other one that's bothering me is that we've mapped only 20% of the ocean floor. We've got the whole day motion floor. We know what the ocean floor looks like. I don't think we have like amazing resolution, but we've definitely mapped the whole thing. Okay, that's the one that really bugs me then. I'm gonna say that that's wrong. I think we've mapped the whole ocean floor. All right, you all agree with the first one so we'll start there. Only four people have visited the challenger deep the deepest location on earth at 10,928 meters and about 1100 atmospheres of pressure, including filmmaker James Cameron. You all think this one is science and this one is science. Yep, this one's correct. So there had been three trips total, three trips, the first one had two people in it. The second one was James Cameron. So just alone to one person that's the third person. And when at the time that James Cameron went to the bottom of the challenger deep that bought.

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"mariana trench" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"Water circulates in the ocean which can have an effect on climate can affect Storms moving around hurricanes we all know are affected by water temperature You know fish and different resources on the sea floor near the sea floor that were dependent upon whether it be for food or for medals for our phones are actually our phones the communication that we're using to talk on our phones it doesn't go through the sky it goes on cables on the seafloor and so we we don't even realize that every day we're very all of us are very connected to each other through the sea floor which is pretty cool while we have vicky and jamie. Let's get into some of the questions you've sent us about the ocean. Depths name is siri and i am five. Am i have been denver colorado. My question is how deep is to see. My name is fry it. And i'm eight years old and i live in wellington in new zealand. My question is how deep is the deepest part of the ocean. Thank you my name is sophie. I live in minneapolis minnesota. I'm eight years old. My question is how deep is the ocean. My name's campbell. On seven years. Old and i live in pennsylvania and i want to know how the ocean got so deep. So how deep is it. And how did it get so deep. Well i know how deep it is. I think vicki's better place to say how it gets. A d so the deepest parts of the ocean that i'll stunned by to be correct and this is about eleven thousand thirty four meters in a place called the challenge of deep in the mariana trench in the pacific. Ocean is about seven miles deep. That's amazing that is amazing. Let's add two more voices to the chorus wanting to know how that part of the ocean got so deep. Hi my name is toby. I've learned a half eluned chicago in my question is how in the mayan trenches. Get jodi. hi my name is alice. i'm six years old. I'm from buffalo new york and my question is how was the mariana. Trench formed not surprisingly how the sea floor formed is complicated. Well so there's a lot of really large scale processes that are happening on our planet I think a lot of people have heard of plate tectonics and how the plates move around the planet as they're moving around there's different processes happening like subduction so one plates going below another one and that's causing a lot of the trenches there's collision of plates which causes the creation of mountains I think people have some familiarity.

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"mariana trench" Discussed on The Action Catalyst

The Action Catalyst

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on The Action Catalyst

"I think it's fascinating that the private sector is now so deeply involved in pumping trillions of dollars into the space industry because when the private sector gets involved that's when you can really have economies of scale and private individuals allocating billions if not trillions of dollars would help leverage and change the narrative of that. Then we can focus on vertical farming. Because that's what we need to do in order to survive in space and now would deeply impact our lives here so maybe we're not wasting as much water to do the farming and i know i have clients in south africa that are dealing with a massive water shortage and things that have been developed for potential Marshon habitats have been used in south africa. And i think they only use one or two percent of the water that's necessary in in regular farming so the military and the government pays the way the private sector takes over and gives it a bit more scale pumps more money into it and engages the public on maso level to get everyone's interest end and inspiration e. I love that well space. Vip also offers many other experiences in addition to these space experiences from deep sea. Dives too as you were saying the space simulation training exercises so tell us about a few of those. Yeah we like to call those space adjacent experiences in one of the coolest ones That we have is the dive to the mariana trench which is the deepest point in the world's oceans about thirty six thousand feet below. It is a three day experience. Where you fly into guam you get on a sixty meter research vessel and you sail for about twenty two hours to the point and then you get into this incredible titanium unlimited depth Submarine and you die for four hours to the to the bottom of the ocean you spend another three to four hours Almost in darkness. Obviously because it's it's so deepen. The light doesn't penetrate there but each one of those dives and there's only been about twenty one or twenty two people that have done this in the history of time..

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"mariana trench" Discussed on Cyber Security Headlines

Cyber Security Headlines

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on Cyber Security Headlines

"Covert nineteen campaign and has also hit the taiwanese manufacturer and distributor of computer hardware cold gigabyte and claims to have stolen one hundred twelve gigabytes of data. Their amazon kindle bug was aimed at hijacking e book readers. Amazon has revealed that in april of this year and addressed a critical vulnerability in its kindle e book reader platform that could have been exploited to take full control over user's device resulting in the theft of sensitive information including amazon account credentials and billing information just by deploying a malicious e-book the fix was distributed as part of its five point one three point five version of kindle firmware in april twenty. Twenty one paul allen's boat now available for rent octopus the vast explorer class super yacht built for microsoft co founder. Paul allen has been sold for almost two hundred million pounds and is now available to rent for one million pounds a week on the market. Since allen's death in two thousand eighteen it was purchased by scandinavian buyer. The eight deck octopus has thirteen guests suites including a private owners deck. There is also a cinema a gym a spa a basketball court. A pool that converts into a dancefloor and a pizza oven it features not one but two helicopters two submarines and space for seven tenders and a large suv. The yacht has quarters for up to sixty three crew members director. James cameron used it as a base when he dove to the bottom of mariana. Trench the deepest point. In the world and mick jagger bono usher and joss stone have recorded in its world class studio but hey a pizza oven. We're back this friday with another great cease. Oh series video chat. We host these every week at ten. Am pacific one pm eastern providing a fantastic conversation with a cybersecurity expert followed by quick security speed dating session where you can get to chat with the speakers and other viewers this week. Our chat will delve into hacking cloud infrastructure looking at how cloud infrastructure changes how we think about security practices.

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"mariana trench" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"Was it not grand cameras. cameron cameron. Yeah we aren't came from knows the guy. He's a underwater well he. He went down in a few years ago in just like a bullet that went down into the mariana trench Very deep deep deep in the water but he was just barely down there and then just came back up. You can't really go at depth for very long and tell us how i was also reading about you being scuba diver like you in your bio you. How did you get into that in. How did you start the move on dive team. Tom ferrario and i did way back. We were working with. Ted phillips and tom has now taken over in place of ted phillips the s. s. i. Ut my belief but his marley woods team but we got into discussion one night over a campfire investigating marley. Woods with ted and ted was really into caves and we started thinking. What about underwater caves and then what about the waters and before. We knew what. Tom and i were running back in two thousand and three. We held the first underwater ufo search and recovery class in in raleigh missouri corey. That was great. We put a ten foot diameter satellite dish with legs on it. Put it under water. It's thirty feet and i we had. We had a whole lot of weekend. I believe we did. Four dives but That that was the premise behind it too. Was that When you try and dive for something if you're looking for something we took them all down thirty feet and told him baha ahead of time. You're going to descend down this line. Go to the swim around it. That culture way back to shore and we we covered underwater waited for every one of them to come back because the the metal from the satellite dish it caused a false norse and so everybody ended up back with us. Their competences right around so we got. That's that's one way to find something that has crashed underwater. Something large your compass for that but a lot of what the other that we did for small pieces we trained in how to do recovery of smaller things. So i wish we could be doing more of it. I've done a couple dives looking for things. But everything is really a depth. So we're looking to sonar mini subs. I do have one of my investigators. Chuck freedom from columbia is a mini sub captain so We're we're ready to go underwater this stuff going on right now. Hudson valley that we would love to get in. Take a look at that there. Some summa lakes in the kansas city area. We'd love to get in what we found out. Our biggest problem is a lot of these..

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"mariana trench" Discussed on 10 Bestest

10 Bestest

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"It was wild but totally how they did. It like wha- k. and the trees. yeah in fact. i think it's because they do it kind of old school in that way. They're not suck in the tree. Dry right it just like it's when it's a season and it has overflow of that sap or whatever they're getting from it the maple. Yeah and then it's and then when it's done when it's naturally the tree's done properly. Yeah okay trees. Good you know next year. We'll get an extra year type deal and that's how it can be more sustainable so it was really cool fascinating. And that's just one of the things five things that you just talked about that. I wanna know more so very very cool. Can't wait dig into that. My last cool sheet this one. Oh my gosh another one. That has stuck with me for so long. I can't believe i haven't talked about this. It's a video and actually it's ted talk so you can see it on youtube on ted's youtube channel or just sits separate video but this is a talk. It's only a three minute. Talk by derek six. Who's one of my favorite people in the world. Definitely he'll be future call. She can't believe. I haven't talked about him either but he talks about. It's a three minute video about leadership. And he goes this real grainy footage. It's not even a good video. But he and it's Outdoor music concert or we used to have those so great and he talks about this just this crazy lone nut. He's just wearing like kind of like short bicycle. Shorts almost and no shirt. And he's just like flail it along and he's kind of like if you saw you'll be like whoa not a good dancer. But he is a hundred percent. Doesn't care gone for all the way. And so derrick kind of narrates us and he's like okay. Here's you know here he is. But then there's this one person that that comes in dances with him and he's like you have to have that one follower that's the difference of being alone nut and starting a movement and then the the one follower brings his buddies like come on joining the party and then there's all of a sudden there's four people and then they're six people and then there's twenty people and then within three minutes. There's like a hundred people dancing with this guy and he narrates how it happens. How this movement started of this one low nut there was just flailing around like a wild person and and even the person taking the video at the end of the video and the songs over and everybody's just screaming their head off and they just had the best time of their life. The gal taken the videos like how did he do that. And the narration is perfect to because he's like the it's actually the first follower that changes the lone nut into a leader and makes it a movement and it's so powerful. It's only three minutes definitely. Check out how to start a movement by derrick sievers. Wow i got the chills. Kelly like that one follower like you find one follower you need. Yeah and that's so true with anything really. You know if you want to. You're talking on stage if you have just one little nugget. And one person in the audience connects with it and learn from it and they a couple of people And you've succeeded. Yeah yeah it's it's such a fascinating human study and it came out in twenty ten so it's eleven years old now and i still think about it all the time. I i always when. I put on offense when i do things i think about that many. I know it's such a like. I said it's even it's not a well video. It's grainy and it's only three minutes and it's changed my life this is. This is the power of ted talk or just it's the story it's what you can glean from that in itself so he's talking about it but he's also kind of doing it you know like of. He's writing this moment in time. That a lot of people could have saw and just thought. Oh that's weird. Yeah like whatever. There's a bunch of okay like it's kind of cool. But whatever he gleaned this life lesson that basically is one of the driving forces that has changed my life and the way i look at events and starting movements myself like so crazy and i can't believe i've never talked about it until now by now you've i love it. I love it and what a great way to end the show. Thank you all right. Everyone and thank you for joining us. And i'll remind you one more time you wanna learn more about any of the cool sheets that we talk about on any of our episodes. They're all on ten. Bestest dot com. But for each specific episode we have a slash and then a word and today's word.

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"mariana trench" Discussed on 10 Bestest

10 Bestest

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"Cc and again you can check that. On our show notes and stumble through the internet and discover random websites stumbled created and maintained by kevin wa- blick curate a collection of anything. Interesting weird or staunching websites of exceptional quality sites to kill time or learn something new. And it's like you won't find you know click beatty things like other websites might curate. Basically this is like a website form kind of our show. So i love it. They kind of find and curate the cooler things around the web that maybe you haven't discovered yet. And this is. There used to be a either browser extension or a website. I think it was both called stumble on and it has since just vanished. They stopped supporting it and disappeared and it was so tragic for me because it was one of my favorite things to do and somebody that also liked it like me said. Hey if you remember stumble on will this websites just like it. and so. I immediately downloaded on my extension browser and go to the website. And i've already gotten like five cool sheets. I talked to carry the other day. And i'm like oh my god. I got just got like five or ten more cool seats for the next couple of shows. It was all because of this website. So you just a. You hit the stumble button and it goes to cool website. That i've never heard of this is what's so neat about is so many websites that are super super cool. That i haven't discovered. I mean the world wide web is super fast. And there's so many cool things. So i'm very excited that it's just an any. No you can like pages so the no show this this guy. The room says he kind of like science. So then i might get more things like that so you can't curate a little bit but it's also a great way to discover new sites. I'll let you know because there's gonna be some coming up on the next vehicle sheets definitely check out stumbled ou. I love it. I'm going to start getting online from that. Is it'll probably be different right because what you say. It's totally random. It's not like we both in fact. That would be a good thing to test after the show will both go site. Hit the stumble button a high pretty sure. It's random why doesn't say. Oh well they stumble once it goes to this website. Yeah goes yeah on an. I think it's just a jumble while especially once you start liking some and then so we'll so then it will definitely be different apps. Camelina knows what you like. Yeah so you can get close seats from it off. that's amazing. yeah. I'm gonna try and just see and also i noticed something you just said worldwide web. Hardly hear that anymore. But i like it. I like it a better internet world wide web to be bigger because i i really want to emphasize how big it was a worldwide. It's very retro. Feels very nineties say worldwide. But it's i. I like it because nineties kid. Www oh that's awesome okay. I'm going to check that. Thank for giving me the source of what was the show link to so we could. Ooh good idea. Yes so ten. Bestest dot com slash three d. and that's just the number three and then d doesn't get easier than that unless it was just three but three d. o. k. I am to my last cool. She and talk about a blog. And i have to say it's interesting. I didn't mean for this to happen. But all of my sheets have had. At least an inkling of something that's been scienc- or techie. Kind of and this so maybe this is a nice wrap up. This blog is called science unsealed. And it's really a lot of random science stuff that's in little nice snippets like i said it's a blog. And so they'll be like one of these articles is something called the thatcher effect and it's like what's thatcher effect and and it shows it's sort of like a psychology thing where it shows four pictures of margaret thatcher and in one of them her eyes and mouth or upside down but you don't notice it because she's upside has there's some psychology stuff in there. There's another have a few links to subcategories and one of them i noticed was household science and one of the articles in there is about. Msg and i was like. Hey wait a minute. Brian talked about that. I've said one fifty three and they essentially went into some of the stuff. Same stuff that you were saying so. That was cool. One of the blog posts is about the science of making maple syrup which is so cool. Because i use maple syrup actually quite a bit like if i want to sweeten something or in my coffee or whatever i'll use it instead of other things and and i was actually wondering like how do you know. Do they do this. And so i was super stoked to see that and they just have all sorts of stuff like things about five g. I don't know about and different things about drug discovery and why they think you should keep your cats indoors. I did not read that one. I don't have a cat but that was interesting and has to do with protecting the environment. So i want to read that and see what they have to say about that so anyway it is all over the place if you just want small snippets on this is created by the illinois science council so these are scientists in this nonprofit. I'm in illinois. That i've created this and i have found some really good articles in here before and then came across the blog and it's great science unsealed short. Whoa that's really cool. Now get some cool. He's from that. One we can trade. There are a lot in there. That is so cool. Yeah that that sounds really. I was like i wanna know about that. I wanna know about that bread. A former clue sheet from it's alive. 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"mariana trench" Discussed on 10 Bestest

10 Bestest

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"Okay my next cool sheet. I'm going to be talking about an article. And i loved this article so much possibly surprisingly probably not it has to do with creating which is this supplement that lots of people have been taking for years usually male bodybuilders. Or do you like to work out. Whatever is the you know what people think of. I think of creating but this is what happened. Is that the journal of international of the international society of sports nutrition realized that there were so many people who were still thinking all these different things about creating and there's a lot of discussion about them. There are a lot of people who were still arguing. Irish should say debating on different things about it. So they're like okay once and for all or at least this year. This is pretty recent came out in the last twelve months years. So i think it's either from twenty twenty or twenty twenty one And so what they did is they got all the exercise scientists together from each of the different quite main questions that people are still debating and they got each of them to answer all these questions. This article has two hundred citations. So they're all scientifically backed. And i'm like yes. This is my kind of article. It's all like i can trust this gay. Okay so i'll give some examples of some of the debates and so one of them has to do with water retention and they say yes over the short term there might be a little bit but then over long-term no. A lot of people are confused as to whether it's an anabolic steroid. No it is not if you look at the chemical structure it's not does it. Cause kidney damage or renal dysfunction. No it does not. Does it cause hair loss or baldness no. It does not so it goes through all these things. And there's way more than this that i have time for but One i wanted to point out is that it is beneficial for older adults and it is beneficial over the lifetime of females at various points in their life so some of these might be surprising to some people. But i think it's really helpful for people who are trying to understand creating so again. The name article is common questions and misconceptions about creating supplementation short. This is really cool. Yeah creating. I've been using on and off since i was twenty. You know that was when it was really yes thinking infancy and yeah was huge all the guys anybody that lifted eighteen and you had a new this weird like you stacked it in the first week and so that's not trying you don't have to do the goodness that anymore because it was a real pain in the butt but yeah i still have creating supplement and so i'll go like a week where i remember i just i always forget to kind of take it. Yeah but i always have a really good source. And i have some because yeah. That's one of the things out of all the body building things that i've read about sense. Twenty to forty five twenty five years read about end done myself That's the one that is one of the only ones that has lasted the test of time where they've actually said it's actually better than we thought. It does more for more people than even we thought back. We're first testing and it looked so promising. I mean aside from like eating healthy getting sleep and drinking water yet right. you know. Those are the obvious ones you know. But like even protein intake that's overrated and you know most people e wait especially the united states diet way too much protein and then bodybuilders. Still think you have to have like massive amounts of bodine and you do not. It's totally but creating super backed by science. And yeah that's really cool that you're talking about that because i kind of forget one of the things that i know because i've read about it for twenty five years that i forget about i. I must admit. I just sort of blew it off. The app stereotype for. Yeah but then. I guess it was. Two years ago. I started working out and lifting and stuff and i heard about it and i was like okay. You know my trainers told me about all right. I'll try it. So i got it and that was like well. This may be but this article nailed it. And i was really stoked to read all this about it and now i feel really solid with it. Cool that's so cool. Well thanks again for sharing this. Oh my pleasure right. My next cool sheet is a new podcast from a former cool sheet. Who used to have a podcast. She stopped doing that one. But it's as she's been a koshi like five times. I don't know how many times but it's called the doria row show so she started a new podcast. I've talked about her individually. I've talked about her as the food. Food est which was our old podcast in book. And i've talked about mindful eating. I think that that i learned from her. She was salem speaker. And so i feel like I'm i am a fan boy. There's no denying that but but it's because she's doing so many amazing things and she's super super smart. she's also a scientist and a doctor in really knows her stuff. And this new podcast. Because she wanted to kind of food. This was a lot about food. Obviously it's in the title in nutrition and things and all these things that are super important to me but she wanted to even a broader scope than that. Because there's other things that that make you healthy and it's mental health. It's physical it's diet. it's everything else and so right away. I was like this is going to be an amazing podcast..

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"mariana trench" Discussed on 10 Bestest

10 Bestest

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"Welcome to ten bestest where we sift through the noise so you don't have to each week. We share our ten favourite things of the moment. Anything goes welcome everyone to ten bestest karen mcfarlane holman. And i'm brian hurt. And we've got another great episode. I get to go first. And i'm just going to go right into it. I have for my first cool sheet and innovation. It is three d. printed homes the url the link to find all of the cool sheets that we'll be talking about is ten bestest dot com slash three d. and that's the number three d all right so three d. printed homes. This has to do with three d printing. Neither of us or any of our guests have talked about three d printing. I would say that's a cool sheet right there. But i'm specifically going to talk about three d printing in the context of a way that people can build homes can build. Small tiny homes can build energy efficient homes and can build them very inexpensively so there is an article on a website called interesting engineering dot com. And they've got this wonderful article that shows that seven of the most beautiful. Three d printed houses and cabins and it is so interesting. Not only how they all look so different but all of the different kinds of materials that can be used to three print homes first off a three d. printer and we're all used to printers where it's going down on a two dimensional piece of paper. This is now where you have to use some kind of material like plastic. Those the ones i've seen but it could be some other thing like hemp fabric hours or rice materials or something like that and so it needs to be able to print in three dimensions. Just like what it sounds like and so they do have to have these three d. printers be quite large. They need to be able to sit on different kind of terrain. That could be a different angles. But once they get that setup with their nozzles and being able to print these out you can actually construct a house for about ten thousand dollars and it's looking like they'll be able to bring the costs down to about four thousand dollars. Check out this article. That shows all the different designs they have. They are quite beautiful. Very amazing three d. printed homes short short. Wow that is pretty wild. Yeah yeah i really wanna see. I've check out the show notes. And go to the link. Because i wanna see what does it kinda show. What the three d. printers like the scale of how big they are and how that works or not so much the completed. Yeah you know what the picture of it. Three d. printing. You don't get a good feel for the actual machines that are doing it. You see the homes in the end but if you do some investigating on three d. printed homes you'll find a lot about people who are interested in homelessness and building homes for people for that as well as you know people are just like. Oh this is an inefficient or this is an efficient way that we can go to. Maybe you know there's a remote location where they want to build some houses. They can do that way. There's lots of different applications super interesting. Yeah so it sounds like the even they prey on site yes like they would play printed on the lincoln logs or whatever and then ship those and then build the host but doing it on site. They can do it i think. Yeah now they would need to ship the material so a lot of them. They're they're made out of concrete but they don't need to be and this is another thing that's been done is building i'm instead of out of concrete. That's more permanent. Is to build them out of biodegradable materials. And so then you could have temporary housing. Oh well like in case there's a hurricane and all the houses went down to like okay. Let's quick three. D print some shelters from some homes for people and then without the idea that they're going to be staying around for wild us pretty cool. Yeah shape that out i. It makes sense. I had never heard of this until recently..

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Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i i think that there is a large scale trend. Anything that is happening in a lot of technology now and that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself. Now how many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. All right tell us about the deep deep blue ocean. sarah. Tom i'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft body connected by flexible wires components put on larger.

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"mariana trench" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i think that there is a large scale trend. Anything that is happening in a lot of technology now that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself now. How many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. Yeah all right. Tell us about the deep deep. Blue ocean sarah tom. I'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft body connected by flexible wires students put on larger boards.

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"mariana trench" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i think that there is a large scale trend. Anything that is happening in a lot of technology now and that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself. Now how many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. All right tell us about the deep deep blue ocean. sarah. Tom i'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of stalefish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft body.

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"mariana trench" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i i think that there is a large scale trending minutes happening in a lot of technology now and that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself now. How many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. Yeah all right. Tell us about the deep deep. Blue ocean sarah tom. I'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft.

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"mariana trench" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i think that there is a large scale trend. Anything that is happening in a lot of technology now that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself now. How many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. Yeah all right. Tell us about the deep deep. Blue ocean sarah tom. I'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft.

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"mariana trench" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"mariana trench" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i i think that there is a large scale trending minutes happening in a lot of technology now and that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself now. How many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. All right tell us about the deep deep blue ocean sarah tom. I'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft.

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They Call Us Asian in New Zealand

They Call Us Bruce

03:51 min | 2 years ago

They Call Us Asian in New Zealand

"A low unwelcome. Today calls bruce unfiltered conversation about what's going on in asia america and other parts of the world bank less affected by covid. I feel you have yang. And as phil has served telegraphed we are connecting with another part of the asian diaspora in the form of very special guests old friend. Who is actually a dialing us in from new zealand from the code. Free paradise of the medicaid seeming mark. And thank you so much for joining us. I killed a koto carta. Yeah all the way from my little island safe-haven aspirational destination of all of us. Who are currently huddled. Sorry we both a wall. You don't want people from shithole countries like america company. How does it feel well. I mean okay. So let's begin where we begin and obviously you are there You actually have been in your from new zealand out born in new zealand. Yeah there are chinese new zealanders again part of the espera that we don't really kind of talk about enough here in in our american centric place now of america and one of the things which has actually been a delight Over the years we've known each other has actually been hearing from a different perspective. What if what. Asian america looks like from people who are asian but not american and i. I am kind of curious what america especially looks like from the perspective of somebody in new zealand at this point. What looks like. Oh you want me to say i don't wanna like i'm you walked. It looks like i. I honestly i wanted to press you. We just sitting here going. Holy shit you know holy shit. We knew it was gonna be bad with the guy you know for four years. It's basically as bad as if anyone could have imagined that could get so we. We have elected him out. The only person who can not really acknowledge that is donald trump out Hopefully means things will get better but he really did kind of dig a fricken marianas trench for us and through us in there and he still to acknowledge again that the rule of democracy is is is operated. And it's like guys yeah you know. He lost the election but he won. really damaging the democratic process. And a still doing so as a as a kind of like a political scientist you guys are in like a bad situation with regards to keeping democracy functioning and not becoming like a regime that really recon uphold its democratic institutions. And something that you know compared with new zealand I just like you sit around on my god. I'm so lucky that i have a functioning government that has a loyal opposition by the concept of an opposition that supports the democratic process that supports like peaceful transition of power. A wicked human rights longtime right. So using tim's that we use you know amnesty international About how this is not a peaceful transition of power. Will people really excited. Because maybe you're going to have a peaceful transfer of power. It's like you shouldn't be getting excited about a peaceful transfer of power. You develop develop democracy

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Garbage found at the bottom of the Mariana Trench during deepest dive ever

America Trends

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Garbage found at the bottom of the Mariana Trench during deepest dive ever

"And a man who just completed the deepest solo dive in human history says he found garbage at the deepest point. On earth. Retired naval officer Victor Vesco of Texas using a submarine to head to the bottom of the Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean. He made it down to a depth of thirty thirty six thousand feet, and he says he found a lot of new crustaceans new species. But also a lot of trash

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Squeezed Potassium Atoms Straddle Liquid and Solid

60-Second Science

01:29 min | 3 years ago

Squeezed Potassium Atoms Straddle Liquid and Solid

"This is scientific Americans sixty seconds sites. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata. There's solid and there's liquid and now there's something inbetween called chain melt, the Tomac level you have this interaction and this mix up between liquids and solids Andreas. Herman is a condensed matter physicist at the university of Edinburgh, what he and his team of discovered using computer simulations is that under certain pressures and temperatures potassium can be both liquid and solid at the same time. Specifically, they squashed simulated potassium atoms with really extreme pressures two hundred four hundred thousand atmospheres, that's at least two hundred times greater than the pressure. In the depths of the Mariana trench at that pressure. The atoms form two interlocking crystal lattices add heat to that you don't need too much. Just a little bit above the boiling point of water in one of those lattices begins to melt while the other remained solid and Walla chain melt the. Sales are in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences Herman says there's no reason to stop it potassium. Either. Half a dozen other elements have this crystal structure to as for what will do with them. But we haven't relooked by application is quite with untold research. I would say one thing's for sure any real world tests will face immense pressure. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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