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"marnie mc" Discussed on The Current

The Current

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"marnie mc" Discussed on The Current

"The calls for us. Remember the second part of what i said those who died because of this country so we think about our blessings about the many things that we have. We also think you know we should take some time here and thank all of the basics. Like you know what i mean. Do we love this place because we love this place. We wanna make it better because it's not where it needs to be and it's not where it should be. What about for you failing. What is what is candidates. What t- twenty-one into this year is definitely a different year. And i have to say i am comforted but i mean it it. It does feel nice that there. There are places in this country there cities in the country. That are that are pulling back on celebrations. Or cancelling it. That does that feels nice coming off. I don't want us to forget. Don't want the news cycle to change us to forget that there's currently in this moment looking for bodies of children. It feels like maybe this year to be more reflective in this moment and consider the history. This might be a good time for us to all do that instead of you know because and really consider what it means to be canadian. What does that mean. Because i feel like canada is constantly struggling for identities beyond hockey maple syrup canadian bacon. I'm like who are we who are we. What is our history. And how do we go forward. How do you answer that. I mean who are we. Do you think. I mean. I know who i am. I know who i am. I am mohawk tusk. Grower from six nations reserve. And i'm bear clan My people sided with the crown. We were in upstate new york. We sided with the crown and we ended up in canada and we were given attractive. Land the haldeman tract where there is currently land defender sitting on that piece of land. Defending it holding it. That's where i come from. That's who i am. I'm really grateful to have the chance to speak with you both Thank you very much. Thank you both. thank you matt. Fail and johnson's the co host of the cbc podcast. The secret life of canada. And she's the host of unreserved anthony. Wilson smith is ceo of historic canada. The makers of heritage minutes as he mentioned there is content about indigenous people in residential schools on the site and they are working currently to add more of that content later in the program. I'll speak with two other guests about what canada means to them. Japanese canadian author mark sakamoto and olympian. Schefter michelle for team canada in tokyo. Marnie mc bean all of this leading up to a special candidate edition of the current. Tomorrow with calgary mayor now had nici citizenship. Judge suzanne carriere musician shad and others reflecting on life in this country. We would be happy to hear from you as well. What does it mean to be canadian in. Twenty twenty one. You can email us the current at cbc dot ca for more cbc podcasts goto cbc dot ca slash podcasts..

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"marnie mc" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"marnie mc" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"So if you're an emotional pussy. Please refrain from listening. Thank you and enjoy leewards on fire. Boy cujo We got my man's. Vince mcmahon jewels back today. A few days after our last episode of you haven't heard it yet check it out with will pass own I guess he was one of the biggest or one of the biggest. Though he w e stars thing that's come audible paso next to eddie guerrero You know he's the one that you don't put on the map. Now he will forever be doing so for those of you. That haven't listened to first of all. Let's not only we talking for those of you. That saw it we saw. We got a lot of us on. He got a lot of us. Nobody wants to see that so so for only about so by managing. The older does a chop challenge. Right where an interview he usually goes to. He usually talks to take his shirt off as well. So you'll chop them right in the fucking titty well. He's the one that you guys are up. Hold on that game now right. Yeah everybody's gotta take one. We'll get there so the so he. I don't know how. I don't even know how we got to that point because i know he mentioned in cannot like a brush it apart but then somehow next we. We're wrapping up until we wrap up. You know we started talking at the end of the podcast. Right separate podcast. Another to hour afterward. I'll teach you how patriotic so over wrapping behind the scenes vince sticking his shirt. Oh fuck what the fuck is happening. Now he's taking the whole thing trying to see what how my mindset was no. He said he he was saying he goes. Look i who's gonna take it and it was kinda cut kind of calling us a bitch way. And luckily he's in decent shape took can come here. Compared to our the wrong murang'a takes a mind mindset. My mind says because you guys were. Everyone said we'll do it with our sure on. Yeah and he's like my y'all bitches pretty much is what he said to me that i was like i was like a fucking these christian. He but he didn't say he meant add. Marnie mc fly moment when they call me fucking chicken and she was like. Oh i gotta do it now. If i do it and these guys my follow suit. You don't know the thing is i heard it. I think i honestly think that you have bigger balls. And i know you would have done it if my wife wasn't in the room. Probably i'm pretty sure probably and i. It didn't cross my mind until after the fact. I told you know what it was because earful right you were in the room. You these guys fucking you. Could you them pumping around mind because guy from fight club the breast open. Nobody was watching that show. Because everyone fucking seem to record this fucking thing on on multiple fucking angles. And she didn't recorded exactly she fucking. This is the thing for the fact. She's like campbell. You did that shit. I can't believe the free but she's she's the first one per family like this. Look at this whole family. What happens. I can't believe you are the i give you props. Doing shit hurt me. The most painful part was the actual impact that contact like getting tattoo Do not her as much as that. The initial impact on like. That's the worst for me. The i'm not gonna do shooting happened in an instant. It's so rare that something that happens in an instant hurt so much. Yeah he's like. I'm gonna hit you right. They're not sure. Keep then at the end really did call you a bitch. I don't know if you heard that all right. So so so myself. Drill and his wife were all recording. This meanwhile will visit wife. Was like all my. I can't believe this hold on. Let me get a better view. Recorded these shit right and from what i saw the because i was tired because i was just one of those days the impact was so fucking loud so when i'm look because i'm looking at through the video right 'cause i wanna make sure i get every fucking book and cranny of this shit right so as i'm recording. It i hear the impact. Before i see the hit even hit you heard gunshot the sounds on the the sound. It made it caught me off. Guard wasn't expecting it to be that loud. I think we've said the record. We're recording dale much. No i thought that was gonna be fake. No wrestling's not real. Yeah so the after after the impact. That i know. Of course you get the reaction or these are flexing. Each year so seeped starts telling your wife bad. I couldn't even do that hard. Look a broken hand actually hit hard. 'cause i've got broken at other. Do my man had that hand imprint. For days i still have it. That's what you should get that tattoo. When the outline print's gone is just like the fucking the kurt yet. A cuts the fuck. So he broke skin. Yeah the to draw blood. Yeah yeah he holding him up. Could somebody from just either. That's one ashi motherfucker combination of both things that you normally because i haven't had many impacts to my chest hasn't been houses or anything to fucking fucking nice fucking little inches verdinsgang. I i look. I kind of figured it wasn't that happened before we came. I'm like i'm going ask us fuck was back in the day on the replay quarters quarters. No no oh fucking quarter you spin it And you play against someone else and they have to flick flick and fucking dies out to like someone puts their their fists on the floor or on some fucking platform And then you have to grab the the thumb make a little bit a sign just flick at their knuckle and the first ones to break skin. Lose us okay. Yeah that's why. I started noticing back in high school maria. Playing that is ashi motherfuckers. Break their skin fucking quick off. Go a couple of rounds. So i figure the same concept. I guess. having the don't have enough carlson. show selene. I'm off the boxers absolutely did. I'm pretty sure to fucking magazine bad of us. Because i was. I will tell you. The impact that we heard was like gar day on. That's pretty nervous. I got a broken hand has been fun. You get a pass next time and we need to being so i mean someone's not to go. Yea between the two. Yeah yeah. i know. I've by sure. I played in my lifetime..

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"marnie mc" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"marnie mc" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"Everyone's very quiet. You got cancer on their phones but no one really says anything and always watching back to the feature over here was like star wars with guys in in your faith because that was a fucking laugh. I just went crazy. Yeah yeah that's what it was like so it was. It was really nice to have that experience in the uk because it never happens dared one of the best theatrical experience. I've had was back to the future day october. Twenty first two thousand fifteen. Which is the day that marnie mc fly travels to the future in back to the future two they were playing back to the future and back future to back to back in the theater that night and i had bought tickets. But listen to this while i was out working that day and i would go in different neighborhoods working a guy me and i were working together. Partnered up and there was a guy outside washing his car. And i kid you not and i've got pictures and i can post them and i have posted them before. A guy was was washing his that day. And i went up to go dude. This your delorean. He's like yeah. And i'm you do know it. Today is and he gets back to the future day and i said it would be cool if i got a picture taken with the car. And he's like yeah dude. I took like three or four pictures of like me in the car. With the fucking siegel when siegel doors going up and shit. Only i got in it. There are awesome are back to the future day. It was so awesome. Man it was the best day. And then that night i went and saw back to the future and back to the future to in the theater. It was so dope. Obey your show for get everyone in the line or your pitching. A lot of people showed up. i couldn't believe it. i think. I think it was almost a sold out. Crowd for back to the future. Yeah it was incredible and much love movies. Luck said look back to the first one. We had fact if each one and tell tale. I went to and just fuck it. Sold out loud. Jude probably a couple of people. Maybe couldn't make it. But as far as i know every single seat in the house so i went to terminator two and they re released it in three day. Oh my god. That was a blast. Man it's my favorite movie about time and to see it in three d. and in the theater was just incredible because i was young when it came out. I remember watching on the farm with my uncle. And my cousin i saw i saw in the theater with leftover jay. That's also me and him were both thirteen. And we're around the same age as the character in the movie and so that you get into eighteen. My dad's sat right behind us. Like i'd say about five or six rows behind us so me that's how we see. My dad was all about these movies too. That's how we got to see demolition man. My dad would take us to the movies..

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"marnie mc" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"marnie mc" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"Thank you so much for being very very welcome to the show. How's it going man was going great. I'm really looking forward to a jeff. And i always have a great time soon. All sorts of podcast formats. Got me a little fired up today. Looks in just to have a great chat and we'll go from there. Yeah so talk. A little bit about Bad rhino inc dot com. And and what you've got going on that you're excited about today There's lots of stuff that i've gone It seems that way. Once you take a plunge into entrepreneurial land jer Everyday's always feel like that. And it's pretty much why i've been that is i like Of variety and the challenges that come up all the time. But you know we've been in business for seven years and social media. Marketing were in that focuses and leads with social media. That we don't do everything else that kind of releases to a digital marketing agency but we focused primarily on the social aspect. And how it fits into your marketing plan and we've had great success over the last seven years and hope to continue that in the future and Right now i'm super excited. 'cause i just put my first book out there yesterday. Wow wow for you So i just got a big box of them in in the office in in getting them out the door and it's called great beer not enough as we had a great crappier client for a while. And we've taken that knowledge and turn it into a few other clients but wanted to put a book out there One of my passions is craft beer. I don't know what that tells you about me but allows me out of tells me a lot because i used to homebrew so a cool. A couple buddies that did it. And it's a good batches. And some bad batches i i like it from the aspect of pulling communities together and people together and that's really what social media is all about is why it's drawn me into having my own agency within social media and i liked that aspect of community building small business arena as well as online. Yeah okay so this is room from vir. So part of what broom broom. Beer is all about talking about transitions but we also like tip toe through the tulips of your life. So let's go back in time and talk about Marnie mc donald's childhood. So where did you. where did you grow up. And and what sort of things did you do as a youngster sal. Back momo's forty two so we're in two thousand seventeen. I was born in one thousand nine hundred ninety five To great parents. I don't you know you can always talk about your parents..

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"marnie mc" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"marnie mc" Discussed on TechStuff

"Is pointed in the right direction to get the data the needs. And the. It's yeah. It's a three axis stabilization system and use the celestial, or Giro referenced attitude control to make the high gain antenna point back to Earth now we talked about the fact that there is an interesting gold plated copper disc on board each of the two voyager spacecraft. The golden records there for. So this This was a really cool idea you know. Who of course was the chairman for this Carl? Sagan yes, he he had billions and billions of suggestions, but not all of them can make it onto the desk, obvious right, and and these are these are these these goldplated copies engraved like vinyl records? Yeah, yeah, and kids. Ask Your parents. Oh dear, no, no kids are hipsters. These days. We know things final. It's cool kids, 'til your older siblings because they they've missed out on the HIPSTER generation right? I'm not all right, so so yeah, you're talking about a desk. Vast physical grooves that are in it that can be read using a stylus and country, which which were included the they included the cartridge and stylus did not include a turntable. So aliens aliens work it out. They have to build it, but they did leave instructions written in a symbolic language to say here's how you would construct something that would be able to play these things right now. They were there twelve inches in diameter, and they are designed to be played back at sixteen and two-thirds revolutions per minute. So actually fairly slowly i. mean you re thinking about the? The, Forty five or thirty three revolutions per minute for for your average albums, and this is a six hundred two thirds so. on these golden records are lots and lots of stuff actually. It's including things like greetings from five different languages, including some that aren't being used anymore did not been used in a very long time. which is a Sumerian language which was last used around four thousand. Selection of nature sounds Yup, so if you ever wanted to hear what frogs burping sounded like, and you are from some distant planet. Here's an opportunity to. Share. Your for Ford Prefect and you're on your way to Earth. This is a good way to do some homework before you get there. A lot of traditional music, some native American chance and Scottish Bagpipes talk about some of the music was on here. For African ritual music there's a bunch of classical music and so. I wrote down some of my favorites. This is this is obviously. There are lots and lots of musical tracks on the records. These are just the ones that I personally wrote down because I I they resonate with me, It's not to say that the other ones are not anti sense. Familiar with some of them but there's the Brandenburg Concerto number two F. actually it's just the first movement that's by a guy named Bob Batch. Johan batch wrote that. If I'd he's just some dude really. Yeah obviously Bach's Brandenburg Concerto number two enough Then there's a melancholy blues which was performed by Louis Armstrong Stravinsky's. The rite of spring was included Bach actually was pretty well represented on this record. He also had the well tempered clavier on there there was the first Moon Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. You know the There was another tribes chant, and then of course, the most important I think musical work that was included out of all the pieces were on there as we as we all know from the documentary back to the future I. Save Marnie MC fly. It'll save the human race. We're talking about chuck. Berry's Johnny B good. There's actually a book all about the process that they used to select which sounds went on the golden record. It finally came out with a CD companion at some point. I'm sure it's on digital. Yes, the book itself is out of print, but you can sometimes find copies is called murmurs from Earth so if you want to learn more about how they came about choosing, which sounds, go in there That's that's a really well done piece it's. It's something that I've heard nothing but good things about it. I personally have not had a chance to read it. by the time I learned about it. It was wearing print. But. There's also a bunch of images on the desks including a star map, clearly showing the location of earth. NEW SAYING Here's what humans tastes like maps of earth images. I'm just I'm just ignoring that entirely. There are people who have said what a huge mistake! It was to essentially include directions directly. I, I think it's pretty ridiculous because the odds one. Anyone finding voyager sweating. Big as it turns out really big no-no. Head, not you might think it's a long walk to the chemist on the corner, but that's just nuts compared to space. It's going to be tens of thousands of years before. Either Voyager craft encounter anything near another star. Yeah, exactly so really by the time I'm betting. We will have either kill ourselves off or hit. And plus on top of that. You know it would all depend on from what direction the other creatures were approaching. Earth because. There are a lot of different vectors. You could take, and only a couple of them would. Intersect with the pathway of either voyagers waste. Than most science fiction movies are willing to acknowledge, there's just ship space battle than just the single plane. so there was also an hour long recording the brainwaves of a woman named Ann Druyan, who would become crossings wife Yep. She's an author. She concentrates mainly on cosmology and science and she. She signed up for this. She volunteered to have her brainwaves recorded in Carl. Sagan talked about it, and she thought it was a really interesting idea, and so she went in for. The process where her brain. Heartbeat were were red, and then transferred to data analog that we have to say because it's an analog desk. And She says that what she did, was she? She thought about big historical moments that were very important in the development of human history, and then she spent some time. About the the current situation on earth how what that's like thing and not sugar coating at things like violence between people and the the. Yeah yeah, so she really spent some time thinking about things that she felt needed to be addressed. And then she said that she took the liberty toward the end of the session to take a little bit of time and think about what it's like to fall in love, which I think is amazing, wonderful sweet! Yeah, so now we those aliens can't tell us. They don't know how to love because she thought about it for for a while. Darn, it so yeah. Those radio signals do take a long time to get to US so but. And and the record that's on there. If you want to hear some of the stuff there are, there are a lot of different sites out there that that keep all the things that. Tells you? What's there and most of that's pretty easy to get access to and listened to. Find one in Lincoln up on social. Yeah, we'll see if we can find something in the know. Maybe I'll see if I can make it a spotify playlist or something. I'll get a Ukulele and play Johnny be good on the Ukulele. Johnny please stop. That would be the name of that song all right so. Anyway that's that's kind of the the the wrap up of the spacecraft in the stuff that was aborted, but we still haven't talked about the actual science return, so we're going to do that in just a moment, but.

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"marnie mc" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"marnie mc" Discussed on TechStuff

"Is pointed in the right direction to get the data the needs. And the. It's yeah. It's a three axis stabilization system and use the celestial, or Giro referenced attitude control to make the high gain antenna point back to Earth now we talked about the fact that there is an interesting gold plated copper disc on board each of the two voyager spacecraft. The golden records there for. So this This was a really cool idea you know. Who of course was the chairman for this Carl? Sagan yes, he he had billions and billions of suggestions, but not all of them can make it onto the desk, obvious right, and and these are these are these these goldplated copies engraved like vinyl records? Yeah, yeah, and kids. Ask Your parents. Oh dear, no, no kids are hipsters. These days. We know things final. It's cool kids, 'til your older siblings because they they've missed out on the HIPSTER generation right? I'm not all right, so so yeah, you're talking about a desk. Vast physical grooves that are in it that can be read using a stylus and country, which which were included the they included the cartridge and stylus did not include a turntable. So aliens aliens work it out. They have to build it, but they did leave instructions written in a symbolic language to say here's how you would construct something that would be able to play these things right now. They were there twelve inches in diameter, and they are designed to be played back at sixteen and two-thirds revolutions per minute. So actually fairly slowly i. mean you re thinking about the? The, Forty five or thirty three revolutions per minute for for your average albums, and this is a six hundred two thirds so. on these golden records are lots and lots of stuff actually. It's including things like greetings from five different languages, including some that aren't being used anymore did not been used in a very long time. which is a Sumerian language which was last used around four thousand. Selection of nature sounds Yup, so if you ever wanted to hear what frogs burping sounded like, and you are from some distant planet. Here's an opportunity to. Share. Your for Ford Prefect and you're on your way to Earth. This is a good way to do some homework before you get there. A lot of traditional music, some native American chance and Scottish Bagpipes talk about some of the music was on here. For African ritual music there's a bunch of classical music and so. I wrote down some of my favorites. This is this is obviously. There are lots and lots of musical tracks on the records. These are just the ones that I personally wrote down because I I they resonate with me, It's not to say that the other ones are not anti sense. Familiar with some of them but there's the Brandenburg Concerto number two F. actually it's just the first movement that's by a guy named Bob Batch. Johan batch wrote that. If I'd he's just some dude really. Yeah obviously Bach's Brandenburg Concerto number two enough Then there's a melancholy blues which was performed by Louis Armstrong Stravinsky's. The rite of spring was included Bach actually was pretty well represented on this record. He also had the well tempered clavier on there there was the first Moon Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. You know the There was another tribes chant, and then of course, the most important I think musical work that was included out of all the pieces were on there as we as we all know from the documentary back to the future I. Save Marnie MC fly. It'll save the human race. We're talking about chuck. Berry's Johnny B good. There's actually a book all about the process that they used to select which sounds went on the golden record. It finally came out with a CD companion at some point. I'm sure it's on digital. Yes, the book itself is out of print, but you can sometimes find copies is called murmurs from Earth so if you want to learn more about how they came about choosing, which sounds, go in there That's that's a really well done piece it's. It's something that I've heard nothing but good things about it. I personally have not had a chance to read it. by the time I learned about it. It was wearing print. But. There's also a bunch of images on the desks including a star map, clearly showing the location of earth. NEW SAYING Here's what humans tastes like maps of earth images. I'm just I'm just ignoring that entirely. There are people who have said what a huge mistake! It was to essentially include directions directly. I, I think it's pretty ridiculous because the odds one. Anyone finding voyager sweating. Big as it turns out really big no-no. Head, not you might think it's a long walk to the chemist on the corner, but that's just nuts compared to space. It's going to be tens of thousands of years before. Either Voyager craft encounter anything near another star. Yeah, exactly so really by the time I'm betting. We will have either kill ourselves off or hit. And plus on top of that. You know it would all depend on from what direction the other creatures were approaching. Earth because. There are a lot of different vectors. You could take, and only a couple of them would. Intersect with the pathway of either voyagers waste. Than most science fiction movies are willing to acknowledge, there's just ship space battle than just the single plane. so there was also an hour long recording the brainwaves of a woman named Ann Druyan, who would become crossings wife Yep. She's an author. She concentrates mainly on cosmology and science and she. She signed up for this. She volunteered to have her brainwaves recorded in Carl. Sagan talked about it, and she thought it was a really interesting idea, and so she went in for. The process where her brain. Heartbeat were were red, and then transferred to data analog that we have to say because it's an analog desk. And She says that what she did, was she? She thought about big historical moments that were very important in the development of human history, and then she spent some time. About the the current situation on earth how what that's like thing and not sugar coating at things like violence between people and the the. Yeah yeah, so she really spent some time thinking about things that she felt needed to be addressed. And then she said that she took the liberty toward the end of the session to take a little bit of time and think about what it's like to fall in love, which I think is amazing, wonderful sweet! Yeah, so now we those aliens can't tell us. They don't know how to love because she thought about it for for a while. Darn, it so yeah. Those radio signals do take a long time to get to US so but. And and the record that's on there. If you want to hear some of the stuff there are, there are a lot of different sites out there that that keep all the things that. Tells you? What's there and most of that's pretty easy to get access to and listened to. Find one in Lincoln up on social. Yeah, we'll see if we can find something in the know. Maybe I'll see if I can make it a spotify playlist or something. I'll get a Ukulele and play Johnny be good on the Ukulele. Johnny please stop. That would be the name of that song all right so. Anyway that's that's kind of the the the wrap up of the spacecraft in the stuff that was aborted, but we still haven't talked about the actual science return, so we're going to do that in just a moment, but.

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"marnie mc" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"marnie mc" Discussed on TechStuff

"Never actually look more into it. Because I was lucky that I could say it. There's an infrared interferometer spectrometer. And Optical calibration targeting system, a planetary radio astronomy and plasma wave antenna, each spacecraft's two of those and also as the planetary radio astronomy instrument or Has the a plasma instrument. Voyager one's plasma instrument is nonfunctional, but all other instruments are in working order and boys. You're too is still collecting data through its plasma instruments It's got. It also gets power from three Isotope Thermo Electric Generators, and currently it gets about three hundred and fifteen watts of power now the spacecraft designed so that all of their systems can operate at four hundred watts of power. Okay, so it's able to It's still getting power, but it's not enough power to operate everything, and in fact they designed the voyager spacecraft with this in mind, the idea being that as the power as the power supply begins to decrease, it begins to shutdown unnecessary, says instruments. So originally. There were eleven different. Projects that were involved in gathering data from the Voyager's systems and processing that data here on earth. There were eleven of them currently, only five of them are still in operation because the other systems have been progressively shut down to make sure that the voyager spacecraft can still send us information, and like you said by twenty, twenty or twenty five or so. That's when we expect. Expect the power to have run down enough where we're not going to be able to get any more information from them, because it's just not going to have the power necessary to broadcast right right well, because the way that this engine of sorts works, is that appellative plutonium dioxide released heat through their own natural decay processes, and so once they have finished a king. That's it. Yeah. That's true and then I'll I forgot. Magnetometer boom which designed tests to measure magnetic fields, so that was one of those things we didn't really know a lot about the magnetic field to the outer planets before we sent these these spacecraft up. That's one of the really huge as sources of information that it is. Yeah and so then it has a flight data subsystem, which handles all the information, and it has an eight track digital tape recorder. So you've got an eight track up there. It's a it to the FTSE configures controls collects data from the various instruments and the tape recorder handles the data from the plasma wave subsystem, because that's the one that gets the highest density of data and the shortest amount of time, so the data tape recorder was the cutting edge technology to handle that that information and according to NASA. The tape in the digital recorder won't wear out until the tape has moved back and forth through a distance that is equivalent to the width of the United. States that is not. Not Terribly, precise because the United States is not a perfect rectangle, but in general I would say that's probably about three thousand miles, which is around four thousand eight hundred kilometers I assume they mean is that it's doing fine. Yeah, so what they're saying is that that tape is capable of traveling that collective amount of distance about breaking right, so you got to remember the tape. itself is not that long. It's just saying that they would you'll by the time you would go through all this tape and his worn out. You could have gone all the way across. The United States using that same distance of taping played through. Just kind of that's impressive that has a command computer subsystem which provides sequencing and control functions, which includes fault detection, corrective routines, antenna, pointing data and spacecrafts sequencing data. The detection involves seven top level fault, protection routines, and each one is able to detect and correct for several possible failures. Oh, basically it just means that there's the computer has multiple modules, and they compare data back and forth between each other, and it will decide if one module is different from the others that that one's faulty and to cut it out system. And it also means that the space craft capable of shutting down systems if it needs to automatically autonomously, because which is important, because we can't broadcast to these things they broadcast to us. They don't have receivers though their antenna could receive information, thank yeah, but it means that it would take seventeen hours for the information to get to us in seventeen hours for the freshly of back, and by then whatever the problem was is probably not the biggest issue at that point right, so yeah. It's important to have something to connect autonomously. If if you if the communication is a barrier, same sort of thing with the the curiosity rover when it was landing on the surface of Mars, you know a lot of that landing. In fact, all of the landing was autonomous because there was no time for us to send any adjustments to the system. It's like you're on your own. Yeah, by the time we. We would be able to send adjustment. It would have already either crashed or landed safely, so you had to design a spacecraft that could do this or else. It wouldn't work pretty impressive in the nineteen seventies for for the amount of computing power that what's going Oh. Yeah, definitely, and it also had an attitude, art or still hassle I. Don't know why I'm using the past tense still up dead to you. The attitude and articulation control subsystem, which is also known acs it's in charge of maintaining the spacecraft orientation in positions the scan platform. This is what we're talking about. The system that's that's in charge of making sure that data antennas pointed back at Earth, and also that the scan platform, which is really you know the instrumentation panel? Is pointed in the right direction to get the data the needs. And the. It's yeah. It's a three axis stabilization system and use the celestial, or Giro referenced attitude control to make the high gain antenna point back to Earth now we talked about the fact that there is an interesting gold plated copper disc on board each of the two voyager spacecraft. The golden records there for. So this This was a really cool idea you know. Who of course was the chairman for this Carl? Sagan yes, he he had billions and billions of suggestions, but not all of them can make it onto the desk, obvious right, and and these are these are these these goldplated copies engraved like vinyl records? Yeah, yeah, and kids. Ask Your parents. Oh dear, no, no kids are hipsters. These days. We know things final. It's cool kids, 'til your older siblings because they they've missed out on the HIPSTER generation right? I'm not all right, so so yeah, you're talking about a desk. Vast physical grooves that are in it that can be read using a stylus and country, which which were included the they included the cartridge and stylus did not include a turntable. So aliens aliens work it out. They have to build it, but they did leave instructions written in a symbolic language to say here's how you would construct something that would be able to play these things right now. They were there twelve inches in diameter, and they are designed to be played back at sixteen and two-thirds revolutions per minute. So actually fairly slowly i. mean you re thinking about the? The, Forty five or thirty three revolutions per minute for for your average albums, and this is a six hundred two thirds so. on these golden records are lots and lots of stuff actually. It's including things like greetings from five different languages, including some that aren't being used anymore did not been used in a very long time. which is a Sumerian language which was last used around four thousand. Selection of nature sounds Yup, so if you ever wanted to hear what frogs burping sounded like, and you are from some distant planet. Here's an opportunity to. Share. Your for Ford Prefect and you're on your way to Earth. This is a good way to do some homework before you get there. A lot of traditional music, some native American chance and Scottish Bagpipes talk about some of the music was on here. For African ritual music there's a bunch of classical music and so. I wrote down some of my favorites. This is this is obviously. There are lots and lots of musical tracks on the records. These are just the ones that I personally wrote down because I I they resonate with me, It's not to say that the other ones are not anti sense. Familiar with some of them but there's the Brandenburg Concerto number two F. actually it's just the first movement that's by a guy named Bob Batch. Johan batch wrote that. If I'd he's just some dude really. Yeah obviously Bach's Brandenburg Concerto number two enough Then there's a melancholy blues which was performed by Louis Armstrong Stravinsky's. The rite of spring was included Bach actually was pretty well represented on this record. He also had the well tempered clavier on there there was the first Moon Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. You know the There was another tribes chant, and then of course, the most important I think musical work that was included out of all the pieces were on there as we as we all know from the documentary back to the future I. Save Marnie MC fly. It'll save the human race. We're talking about chuck. Berry's Johnny B good. There's actually a book all about the process that they used to select which sounds went on the golden record. It finally came out with a CD companion at some point. I'm sure it's on digital. Yes, the book itself is out of print, but you can sometimes find copies is called murmurs from Earth so if you want to learn more about how they came about choosing, which sounds, go in there That's that's a really well done piece it's..

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"marnie mc" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

Covert Nerd Podcast

12:58 min | 2 years ago

"marnie mc" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

"He got his hands up some speed. Yes for weight. Control Medicine of MALARY's friend friend. That's what it was. That's right so yeah. So he kept popping up and stuff like. I'll just help me get awake and stuff and and Next thing you know. He's like a overtaken and he's like he's like going around the room one thousand miles an hour. He's got cleaned gay. Got Addicted hit mallory. Or he did she was like trying to get it from him and stuff and he ended up like slapped her and stuff because he was a dictator. I gotTA HAVE IT. GotTa have I got to have it. Yeah exactly so. It was a man that was a deep episode at a few of them. Yeah Yeah and I think he ends up falling asleep and missing the test and did all. This work can hurt his family for for nothing they. Oh Yeah I remember that episode. It's pretty at psychotic. He's running down the stairs and jumps off the banister playing monopoly and his parents. Like what's going on and stuff I remember I think. Initially the focus was going to be more on the parents but as the ads went on the kids became more of the focus instead of parents because yeah they were the hippies we went to You know the nine hundred sixty nine Oh Gosh what is it called was? What's he went to woodstock and our children like you said. And then he has a picture Richard Nixon and his room. Good like falsely accused. No He's not a bad. I I've ever episode where it looked like. He was looking at a magazine like it was like a dirty magazine had pulled apart. He's like looking at like ooh or something like that and they show. It is a picture of Ronald Reagan. Exactly totally opposite of is is parents. What was cool though? Like this little side information but like obviously that's at the same time when back to the future and so I'm GonNa Forget his name but I think it was like almost three quarters of the movie back to the future was filled with another Michael. Michael I keep thinking Michael J. Fox couldn't commit to it but they really wanted him to do it but he's doing family ties that's why it was so so so they wanted to get Michael J. Fox but he was committed of family ties. And so they brought on Eric Stoltz Okay. And so he was a red headed guy and stuff that you remember. Remind me he played I've seen him. Yeah he was in. What was that movie that had like a lion face? Whatever it was share. Oh mask mask yes. So so that guy great actor he's been in a bunch of movies and stuff they use the first original Marnie MC fly and the thing was it was Stephen Spielberg right just to be able to get and so he loved Eric Stoltz and he was like he's going to be great well then they started getting three cores with the movie. Will the thing was that? His interpretation of MARDI MC fly was a lot more serious so he didn't like the way that the movie was feeling and so they're like we gotTA stop production. We gotta stop and we gotTA get Michael J. Fox. And so they went back after him and he was like they think they offered him more money. Negotiate colleges do both and so he was filming family ties and then he had like a driver like a limo driver taking over to do back to the future and he's doing both at the same time it literally almost. Kill Them. I mean they said like the limousine driver saying like we gotTa Stop. This for this kid. He's like he's fall asleep in the limousine and I have to carry him out to the set and it was. It was just dragging him to to the dirt. You know but but yeah I remember seeing this interview from the guy who played biff and stuff he was talking about. How like this is his first big movie so excited Steven Spielberg like. Oh my gosh. Is Things yeah huge data and then there are three quarters away from the movie an alternate or like cut our right. We WanNa meet reset. We will well worth. Says THEY WANNA talk to him in the trailer his fired or pulling the funding something like that and so they pulled off to the side and stuff and they're like we just WanNa let you know that we're going to stop production. He's like Dang I knew it. You know he's like we're going to go with somebody else is Mardi nick fly. We're interested if you wanted to start all over again and keep going as biff verve. If you wanted to quit and have somebody else do it. He's like of course. I WANNA stay. Yeah you know so. But then he was like I've been here on set for two and a half months and now I have to go. And other you know Heller. Four months or whatever to you know the finish this out and so he's like he's like the Cap Pay. Amy's is like I made a lot more money. But he goes by the time that we started shooting again with the next character with Michael. J. Fox is like we were already exhausted. And so he's like if you look at because there's some scenes on the Internet that show Eric Stoltz and stuff. You know I shouldn't even say on the interest in the movie itself. There's a couple scenes in the diner scene where Beth is like in his face in Marnie. Macphiles DAD's face you know they're about the fight and stuff and and martyring fly like you know. Does this thing. There's a scene in there. That was actually shot. And it's actually Eric. Stoltz is still in that scene in in so Spielberg like that shop. Better like biff role. His his seen better with Eric Stoltz. But you you could see the back of them. And so it's just kinda like the side wherever? And so you can Kinda SORTA seve. You're looking out for like Windsor. That's not Michael J. Fox Eric Stoltz. But the thing is what you see though. Is you see that? Sorry forget name. But the guy played biff. You see like goes from seeing the scene to scene the scene in that diner scene of one second. He's got bags under his eyes and the next second he doesn't he's perfectly fine so he looks like he's aged. You know like in the same scenes. Like what the heck's going on it was because that was he was already like. I was like he had already shot this months before and now he's shooting these other scenes with with Michael J. Fox and he's tired. You know so. I just thought that was really interesting. There's probably a lot of scenes in there that didn't have Michael J. Fox in Iraq were filmed. Yeah Yeah there still are curious to find out especially nowadays with Blue Rain streaming services if they would just release the the Eric Stoltz. Yeah I think you can see. I think they have a bit online. I think they have some youtube curious. What that looks like Michael. J. Fox killed it. He did well. That's that's what it was as in Steven Spielberg said like you know. He's he's still day loves Eric Stoltz. He's one of the best actors ever worked with and everything he was like an Eric to this day says the same thing like it. It was better with Michael J. Fox. You know it. It still would have been a blockbuster movie but it would've never gone onto two and three Allen is what they're saying would have been a great movie and boom you know the story you know now that you mention it. The story of him being exhausted doing back. The future imitated the episode Maria Cramming. For the he didn't get far as I know I guess he didn't get on drugs but yeah who knows his growth as a little but anyways sorry tangent there no no excellent show. I don't know if it's on that's something we should have done is found out which one of these streaming services it's on Amazon Amazon. It's not prime. You have to you have to buy it. I think we might be on prime because I watched I watched a few episodes. I can't remember I. I know what's on Amazon? I took the normal. Wrap it up from kind of took the normal toll of eighty sitcoms. Just Yep as the kids grew up the audience kind of grew up and I was just dying. They just got done anymore. Tried to put a kid in there like you said but it just because I remember like the last. I think it was the last episode like Alex Keaton because he was in college and then he graduated from college and getting a job and stuff. I remember specifically that he I forget what kind of firm or whatever you got a job in. But he got this job and he was like Daddy's like they're gonNA pay me thirty five thousand dollars a year and they're like what and they're like all my. Gosh like you're twenty two years old and you're going to be making thirty five grand out of the gate. That's that's amazing. You know. I remember back thirty five thousand dollars. A year holy smokes. Maybe someday I can make that. You know like wow inflation right. Yeah stieg's that'd be like today. I know there's a website you can be like seventy grand at least seventy two. So Yeah you know twenty two years old out of college making seventy grand. Do W alright. It's not too shabby good. Show CHECK IT OUT. So my next pick is different strokes. Different strokes came out in seventy eight and went to eighty six so not quite the eighties but the bulk of the Bulga eighties. Yeah so we'll We'll allow that. I Guess Yeah Anyway. So the premise is Phillip Drummond. The main character is this rich guy. He owns a company Trans Allied Inc can get more eighties Nelson. So He's this rich guy that lives in New York City in a penthouse top floor. He has a cleaning lady. Who's African American? And she passes away. She made a deal with him with her before she died. That said look. If something happens to you I'll take your two boys. Which are Arnold and Willis Willis honorable and Willis and makes a deal? That if you pass away then I'll take the boys. All of them will be my kids and so that ends up happening. I don't remember what happened to the Dad. I don't know if he passed away too but I don't recall but anyway so that happens and they move in and he adopts them and they're from the Harlem rags to riches story where literally they're living in poverty and they move into this big penthouse in its interracial family. He has a daughter as well. Mr Drummond does but mr drama is very kind hearted very Nice Guy. You see him in the show interacting with the kids. He's just a an a regular dad even though he's got a lot of money but he's just a really nice guy and I guess a lot of the people when I was doing some research that work with him offscreen said no his character. Onscreen is a lot like he is in real life all tool a fun loving guy. He takes up serious. You know he when he's needs to be always one of the things I always said. He's always on time he's never late right. It's just very prompt and easy to work with and just a really easy guy so the whole story. Is that interaction between moving from the from Harlem to the Penthouse in New York dealing with interracial dynamics that they had to deal with Gary Coleman Plays Arnold. Who was the star of the show? He's the one the comic relief because he's always saying doing silly things. He's Chubby little boy. Who has his catchphrase? Which talking about which actually didn't happen. I guess let's see. I think they talked about that early on when the writers did it. They didn't WanNA overuse it so they tried not to put it in every single episode. But Gary Coleman was so sick lines yes. He in fact when he did interviews by the late nineties and they're in the nineties he wouldn't even talk show host would ask him to do it. Oh man sorry you see that. In even today for example the Black Panther arm thing with that they do. Oh yeah the guy that plays his character. I forgot his name but you see he got so sick. I bet you that and then Andy Circus who did call him and Lord Brings. Yeah even today people you talk to them. Yeah he's like I don't want to do that in fact he went on to. I think it was Jimmy. Fallon and Jimmy Fallon. Ask Him to do it and he told him he's like no. We agreed before the show star that we wouldn't do it. Why you making me do this but he did it in the Goldenvoice told us you wouldn't ask any. That's pretty funny. That catchphrase. What you talking about was pretty pretty common. And Kimberly was the daughter. Willis is the older brother tons of guest stars like Jackson Mohammed Ali cream -dult Kareem abdul-jabbar. Reggie DAX MR T. Mrs On their man he was on every he was him and Kareem abdul-jabbar everything too. It's funny and then Nancy. Reagan of course was the just say no campaign but Again kind of like family. Ties tackled pretty serious. Issues wasn't all fun and Games all the time they attack like I said a tackle the interracial family dynamic tackle drugs the they tackled even pedophiliac. Had this bike shop owner guy that tried to lure him and his friend in and it was kind of creepy. Yeah smoking his best friend Dudley. His Dad smoked and he had to take out a long. Wow dealt with that Religion trying to pick a religion and all sorts of different things. So what's what's interesting about. It is like this is so weird but like you look at the way that different is spelled. Yeah different different different strokes so I wonder if that was a play on the fact that.

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"marnie mc" Discussed on Am I Doing This Right?

Am I Doing This Right?

11:32 min | 3 years ago

"marnie mc" Discussed on Am I Doing This Right?

"Why do I have an Amazon? Zahn thing pulled up for eliminator. I don't mean eliminator right now. I covered for you. It was amazing. I can't find it. There were some quotes it's not important. It's not super important but anyway is so. If you really WANNA find it look a private investigator William Dear the New New York Times had an interview with him and to this day he still rants and raves about how does it dragons is the malevolent Roland influence sir like where eagles true. It's because it's basically like why parents say that like video games. Are there violated it encourages people shooting each other. We wore yeah you send eighteen year olds to fight your wars all the fucking time yeah just let them play. A game can't play a game though fuck me dude but anyways like this guy went to his grave believing that dodger dragons ooh dead now. I'm pretty sure US I mean I don't like wish death on him but I think he's dead though if I hope he's not he's close to it. I'm sure he doesn't deserve to have an opinion on dungeons and dragons. He does not but basically what happened to poor Egbert here. He liked disappeared for four weeks and the end of that he called up the private investigator say hey I'm in Texas and after like actually doing some journalistic research we find that he did have a breakdown but he didn't try to live out the dragons. He was just dealing with a lot because of all he's a sixteen year old. WHO's living a state state away from his parents in his home and everything else he was on drugs and he was also gay what kind of drugs he does not say they say using drugs but it's plural and it was the seventies so well? I don't know because if it's like if it's cocaine then I understand understand but if it's like marijuana party drugs okay I mean he was in college. He could have certainly gotten wanted and and in the seventy s cocaine is just yeah it is as populated as ditch weed yeah exactly so yeah I get that this poor kid yes so he was just dealing with a lot like just mentally. He couldn't take everything that was going on and he had a breakdown and that's what happened. He did not go off to to try to play that dragons in his brain. I know this this. He was a sixteen year old in nineteen seventy nine so he's not a millennial. He's like he's Gen-x but what a millennial lake thing to just have so much shit going on with college edge and if you talk to any person and say like I had a breakdown in college they'll probably look at you and go same same dude like I did to which year ear I had one for each like which year which semester which class some classes had way more breakdowns than many others but like true nervous breakdowns Afr- due to stress from college is something that is so like deeply rooted in the millennial culture and I think it's because as we've talked about previous <music> episodes millennials talk about it now yeah you didn't talk about it. Then and as poor kid was just playing dungeons and dragons to like de stress from that who knows why he played the game and then that was what got blamed that's what the media picked up on in the meantime before he was found and that's where the Satanic Tannen panic sorry you're good. That's where it happened like parents like saw that and then the there was a book written about the situation which then <unk> turned into a really shitty movie about the Satanic Panic Yeah. It's like a teen drama literally. You know what I'm not gonNa Stranger things but on a shoestring budget budget Oh yeah but not a good story light either yeah it's just the aesthetic because it was made in the eighties good good for the stranger things kids MOMS in in that time for letting their kids play dungeons and dragons because they would have had no way to get will out if they didn't know if they didn't have somebody who had already conceptualized what that meant like play Dungeons and dragons to get your friends out of inter dimensional drops. I love that that's one of the storylines as one of my favorite things about it but that's where the satanic panic happened. I did want to deep dive a little bit into the saga of the company just because it's really interesting okay so guy gags running the company. It's become a million dollar company you you know I don't think it was publicly traded but there was a lot going on. It's still kind of being run out. It used to try this again. It started off running off of gag axis kitchen table and now they actually have a company with their own employees. They've got booked circulating throughout the world like it's going really well for them and just like what happened with <unk> apple guy got pushed out of his own company by boardroom drama so the Steve Jobs right that one I I don't know enough about Apple's L. situation all he's no longer running the company yeah and anyways so he got four set of his own company basically weekly through border drama not much is set on that but we do know that in the decade following that he went through multiple legal battles with with t s are as he tried to create more role playing games yeah like his son Luke has been quoted saying that that was a really tough time for his father he he was just shocked and he does a state after state yeah basically he was devastated that time where like the thing that he had created with love suddenly turned into a AH corporate moneymaker yeah and the because that's about the eighties where you're getting into that huge boom of corporate corporate and the very sharp shift in American culture from hippy dippy love and all of this Man Wall Street to Wall Street hippies are bad. That's we get like I think it's family ties or something where like this Marnie the guy that played Marnie MC fly Michael J. Fox yes he was in a show in the eighties where like he was super like he was a sixteen year old kid but he was into like suits cars he and Wall Street but his parents were like still super into the Hippie Shit and they like tried to play off of each other but it's like if you take if you take that and expanded and you take the comedy out you put in like what's really hey there which is just a lot of grossness and a lot of people lost and trying to find things in new stuff and then just getting lost in this gunk and unfortunately it seems like Kayak axes. He got caught up in that pretty hard socks and then with T._S._R.. In general this started a lot of really dumb decisions on their part so fourth edition mission would like anywhere yeah I mean we can go into the different editions and everything so I'm just going to keep it brief though this is when they started experimenting with CD Roms and seeding seeding games and video tapes and everything they were trying to find new ways to innovate the game so I understand where they were coming from but this was a huge money money whole like they had to pay developers and people to make these games even though they weren't good games as you had to pay them to make these games and they were too expensive for what they were selling them form so they have to find a way to fund it. What they ended up doing was their distributor which is Random House? What the Random House would do is instead of paying for product that got sold in store erling sold to bookstores in places what random house would do is they would pay pay them for product that got to their warehouse? Regardless of how long that sat there they paid for that product they could still send it back and get your money back back but while the sales were up they didn't have to worry about it. Yeah it was kind of like a you know. It was kind of ignoring that demand plus supply. Let's just is how the supply we know it'll be here in the demand comes and if we still have too much by the the big season like Christmas something will send back the rest with which for random I'm house the this is no risk reward exactly because they could still give him back back so for Random House. This was fine with them <hes> but this is a terrible decision for for T._S._R.. Yes because what this let them do was they could sell product right away and then they had the money to start funding C._D.. CD ROMs videotapes and everything that's not sustainable nope. That's not a good business practice and here's what happened so they that's how they were funding their CDs but this also lead over printing because now they're like. Let's just get product to random house so we can sell it and so they were printing with. Did they have a name. I don't know who their printer was. The basically the racked up a huge amount of debt with their printer. They were paying them. They were paying the guys who were funding the C._D.. Roms and those were not taking off like they were supposed to because that game like dungeons and dragons doesn't need that right and I see where they're coming from. They were trying to start with like I think they were trying to be like early. A profit off of that they either really expensive or they were selling things at a lower price than they should have been so they were having a hard time making a profit and so what ended a happening was since they couldn't pay their their developers not developers their printer. Oh yeah the printer made them sign a deal saying thing that would only print with them. Wow the eighties yep so they could only print with them and that's when that printing company jacked up the prices of course they did it makes sense for them. They're like okay. We're losing a huge amount of money. I G- you we've got into a monopoly. We know you're in debt. This is what the Mafia does is yes and so basically in ninety six. It was around Christmas time in ninety. Six Random House ended up returning millions of dollars. It's worth of product. It just didn't sell it was supposed to their like sorry guys. We relate sixteen years. If this is nine hundred ninety six and then like we're talking something from the I mean this is just product that they've been selling throughout the decade but like to it might not be stuff from sixteen years ago but like it was probably that was probably sitting sitting there for a while and they're just like we haven't sold yet guys like we're sending it back redone. We have to find new space in our warehouse exactly they're like this is taking up too much space. We'll keep you know this product will sell it here but we can't keep holding this yeah so they were not a storage unit dyno storage technically they are but only for a certain amount and the stuff that they sell anyways they ended up returning millions of dollars worth of product and that's about when the printer said listen you owe.

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"marnie mc" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"marnie mc" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Related cancer how's your health i've had thirty eight surgery i mean chronic pain twenty four seven on northward again eighty percent of my body 'em i can't complain i'm alive i'm alive and i've been given a chance to advocating been blessed to fight for fifteen years for the injustice the nine eleven community has been served 'em so 'em complaining is not on the table from me but physically mentally this is taking its toll but louise pass and has a it's it's it's just crushing my soul and it's gone past the physical and mental pain that i see on a daily basis and this one this one is just gonna be hard to recover from it i don't expect me to ever truly recover and what about these september eleventh victim compensation sation find after he testified the members of that committee unanimously voted to to move on with this legislation but the fight is not over his head no we gotta get the bill a out of the house a within the next week until then the senate's gotta get it and they gotta get it done before august third before they go in there recess 'em listen we've up the rhetoric we're up the pressure and we took matters into our own hands and we're not gonna let elected officials determined our faith 'em very going to mourn today and tomorrow and wednesday low we were gonna be with his family but we're gonna pick up or swords and go back to dc the following weekend a were gonna keep the pressure on them we're gonna keep a put on their necks and we're not gonna let up until we get this done and louise night well john feel i again i'm i'm sorry for the loss of your friend good like what the rest of you're fighting thanks for talking to us you've got god bless you all and toronto john feel is a friend of louise alvarez and nine eleven responders himself he was in new york to see pictures of the to them when they went to washington last month visit our website cbc don't see any slash h and i canadian flags waving across the country is the nation marks kennedy today and the canadian olympic committee hopes to keep those maple leafs waving all the way into next year's summer games in tokyo string the celebrations on parliament he'll today the committee named marnie mc bean as the shifting miss your home for the twenty twenty games here's some of what the three time gold medalist had to say hello thank you going gonna be mike pence olympic games and i gotta tell you wearing the maple leafs besides lympics logo is always magical thank you it's such an honor to be chosen as the chef the mission is gonna be.

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"marnie mc" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"marnie mc" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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Who pays for the tech to survive climate change?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:49 min | 3 years ago

Who pays for the tech to survive climate change?

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for HR payroll and talent management. Learn more at ultimate software dot com. Ultimate software people first and by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device, click share instantly projects any speakers laptop, tablet or phone onto a presentation screen. So everyone can work together. Share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more and sign up for your free trial. We're going to survive Lima change private money and entrepreneurs have to get game from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. We're continuing our new series on marketplace tech called how we survive about. How technology can help us adapt to climate change. And here's the thing about that. It's expensive the UN puts the total cost to society at fifty four trillion dollars at a minimum by the end of the century. So arguably what we need now is money to create innovative technologies to help survive. The worst effects of warming Jayco is managing director of the private equity firm light Smith group, a firm that's hoping to find an invest in some of those technologies, and he says there aren't many others like it. I think it's one of the earliest attempts to try to look at of teaching resilience as an investable opportunity. Most money so far has gone toward mitigation trying to reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency or toward recovering from disaster. And the bulk of that spending is driven by governments or nonprofits if you look at the global tracking of climate finance lists and five. Two six percent of all finance in the climate universe can be tributed what's called agitation or climate resilience. And so far the private sector has almost no skin in the game. But co says the need for funding is staggering three hundred billion dollars a year by twenty thirty in developing countries, alone and only growing so on the one hand private money is going to have to step in without being able to harness the flow of private capital from the private sector. We're going to face a much much more challenging experience with the effects of climate change flowing through over the next several decades and potentially the next several generations. And on the other hand, there is money to be made from companies that can come up with great solutions and scale them. Our rule is to find companies like that with great management teams already growing that can then be excel rated in their growth that will generate better returns for investors and also a better outcome for society. Okay. So but next question, what do you find co says he's looking at two possible catego-? Oris for investments, which he calls. Macgyver. Maclay? Macgyver used what he had to get out of jams. Looks like it might be Thurmond, Bob. So that's climate intelligence. Like, we talked about earlier this week or things like artificial intelligence for modeling risk to buildings and real estate. Then there's taking technology. We already have transferring it to different parts of the world, and scaling it. Up like, drip, irrigation or drought resistant seeds or cheap. Internet connected sensors for water metering but more available and cheaper. Now. Marnie MC fly from back to the future. Could use tools from you know, the future to change things. And so that means investing in entrepreneurs with crazy, moonshot ideas or materials, we haven't invented yet or just innovative ideas. I say distilling clean water from the air at any house or school or building anywhere on tomorrow show will look at a little macgyver and a little MC fly. And now for some related links. If you are not already you should totally subscribe to make me smart. The other marketplace podcast that I'm on with KAI Ryssdal. We did a crossover episode this week about climate adaptation with Solomon Hsiang, a professor of public policy at firstly who studies the economics of climate change adaptation, and in my opinion. It is a great episode. Jane brought up this really interesting idea of opportunity cost related to add up tation and resilience. He said that basically because of climate change the cost of just survival is getting higher, whether that's hardening infrastructure or disaster recovery or building new seawalls or AI sewer systems, and that leaves less money for other things in our society, like schools or firetrucks or the tech innovations that will need to make life easier or even possible over time other interesting reading on money and climate change last month to central. Bankers wrote an open letter about climate related financial risks. And how in fact climate change is a severe threat to the global economy. And I just learned there's a Sirius XM radio show called knowledge at Wharton, which probably also makes you pretty smart and on the most recent episode two professors from the university of economics and business talked about that letter and the potential economic impacts long term, and I really want this series to be focused on solutions in kind of a hopeful way. But in slightly bummer news earlier this week. It was confirmed that global carbon dioxide levels have hit their highest number in human history at four hundred fifteen parts per million. Scientists say that was probably last the case around three million years ago when sea levels were at least fifty or sixty feet higher and the Greenland and west Antarctic ice sheets. Probably did not exist so solutions, then I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN Patrick in Santa Cruz. 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