35 Burst results for "Millions Of Years"

Michael Pack Was CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media Until Biden Shut Him Down

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Michael Pack Was CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media Until Biden Shut Him Down

"You were in the Trump administration. And what was the title again? I'm fascinated. It was CEO, chief executive officer of the U.S. agency for global media, which is a $850 million year agency. It is one of the biggest broadcasters in the world. It's 5 different broadcasters reach an audience of over 350 million people with 200, 250 million people a week. So that's a huge number. So this is an opportunity for the United States to reach the world with a voice of freedom with the voice. All of this stuff, and we've been doing this for how many decades? Voice America started it's smart off of an earlier organization during World War II. So it really goes back to World War II. Some of these other of the 5 broadcasters were more recent. But the process goes back to World War II. Right, but it's the opposite of Tokyo rose. This is like leaving freedom and we're trying to share freedom with the world. And we have this huge megaphone called The Voice of America and you were appointed by Trump to head that up and the deep state said, right? Really don't like American style freedoms. But we're going to try to crush you. That is exactly right. Even before, I mean, I make this point in the article. So the article you can read the article on the examiner and I also wrote a piece about media coverage of me there or you could go to my Twitter impact underscore. You got to remember the underscore. MP ACK impact underscore at Twitter. Okay.

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"millions years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"millions years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Style or anything just a few degrees above the for this guy gets to live at. That's jonathan ellie the editor of train sky and telescope magazine. And don't forget if you're having trouble getting your copy strain sky and telescope magazine from your usual retailer. Because of the current lockdown on travel restrictions and always get a print or digital subscription. Have the magazine. Delivered directly letterbox. A inbox subscribing easy just go to sky and telescope dot com dot. Edu that skied telescope dot com dot edu. And you'll never be left in the dark again. And that's the show for now. Space-time is available every monday wednesday.

"millions years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"millions years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Just someone just joined the dealt swanson but a couple of things that you can see up in this part of the sky. If you've been married oxides Too distant galaxies now we and on the program about Galaxies you can see only from the southern hemisphere gold. The magic clouds. And i'll get to those bit lighter but there mother galaxy you can see you can just make out with the naked. I if you have a good eyesight and doc adapted. I so i'd say you're gonna let yourself adaptable. Get used to the doctor. And you don't have much more pollution stand on the street or something but if you if you can manage back then you should be able to see just been a little smudge. There's the andromeda galaxy and the triangular them now. Both of these are huge. Galaxies are very lodge and together with the milky wise. I make up three largest galaxies. You know so called local group of galaxies getting a little bit of every day. It's coming towards him very very slowly in human terms but yeah it is a little bit You can just make out these two galaxies of tiny my just now. This might not sound impressive. But these are essentially the two most distant objects that you can ever see with your stars Knee buying space stems. Tens or hundreds of thousands of light is why we're talking. Millions a lot is why now of course tell us you can say much better than that and mississippi professional rock back towards the beginning of the new york times but with just an off. I these galaxies it so if you get yourself a osama or an of some kind you can go out and try and spot. The gal i remember when i saw the andromeda galaxy time i was really quite true because andromeda back in the old is just fiction and drama. There was little not the iranians used to come from so it always had this sort of cash. I about it and i just thought it was just to go out. And just see what's is the little smudge thinking that is furthest thing. I can't that anyone can see just with the united i and it's really quite amazing i think anyway. It's like looking at san francisco. Think well then a section is real. You think that it's in the cash. Hundreds of millions of kilometers away It's it's just amazing. I think anyway give it a try and see if you can spot in the eastern part of the sky because the constellation ryan putting his head over the horizon. We keep writing about this supposed to mention over time. And it's like really is impressive. So have them look at that one down in the south southern hemisphere because the southern cross. Now you can't really say this cross at the moment for most people because it's where it is. is way down south and it's sort of below the horizon for people at this time of year and it's upside down and If you could get really five south should be able to say about the the southern but most people do not on the other hand if you've started watching in the early hours of the morning the medieval early in the morning the full of rotated and the southern cross. We'll have coming to you and then you'll see a long on the left hand side about the way up from the southern colorado's now to the planets are only three bright ones that we can see this month as evening. Twilight comes on. You'd be able to see famous pie. And brighton and you just. It's it's the biggest thing when the sun goes down it's really quite beautiful and spectacular and at least for people who are round the of trade veron sydney why in the southern hemisphere and thereabouts saturn and jupiter a pretty much directly overhead at the moment this month so i'm never used to see as well after venus jupiter. The next thing and sentenced just brought next to the future in space terms. Few degrees away and You shouldn't have any trouble saying that. Mercury one of the other planets you can normally say it's watson the solar gladys hitting around the other side the sign from us so we can't miles has been around the other side of the sun for a while now and at least three three weeks also of nimby still offs into solid rock towards the end of the month. If you're very lucky go good clear. Eastern horizon then just before sunrise. You might be able to put. My eyes is a tiny little red.

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Kentucky High School Male Students Dressed in Lingerie, Gave Staff Lap Dances

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Kentucky High School Male Students Dressed in Lingerie, Gave Staff Lap Dances

"Go Breaking investigation underway after Kentucky high school hosts a drag queen pageant featuring male teens in lingerie giving lap dances to staff Now look I'm not gonna sit here and pretend that when I was in high school some of the football players for Halloween didn't dress up like cheerleaders They did and it was funny And I got it I appreciated the humor This seems to have some of that element but I could never in a million years And I went to north Bergen high school go bruins And I could not imagine mister bot mister wolf all the rest of those guys these are big buff dudes Doing what's in this picture And I'll tweak this out so you could see it At rich valdes on the social media But these guys are clapping while these kids are in their underwear giving them lap dances massaging their abdomens These are students to teachers Now I've got to tell you I have a high school junior If she were to do this to a gym teacher we'd have a huge problem So what's the difference if it's a boy doing it dressed as a girl And we've already seen what happens with boys dressed as girls in Virginia I mean these things are crazy but listen to this This is from today from 6 o'clock I printed it at 6 o'clock Custom made blah blah blah it's an ad Investigations underway after photos surfaced on social media depicting a homecoming event at a Kentucky high school where male students partook in a man pageant The male students seen in photos taken at hazard school's homecoming week festivities on Tuesday were scant clothing including women's lingerie and gave staff members lack dances in the gymnasium occur according to the courier

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66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

"The biggest Triceratops skeleton in the wild nine is big John has been sold for seven point seven million dollars to a private collector in Paris the enormous skeleton estimated to be over sixty six million years old was found in twenty fourteen in South Dakota big John names off to the owner of the land where it was found is certified by the Guinness world records as the largest documented skeleton of a Triceratops at twenty three feet long the seven point seven million dollar price tag was a record for Europe although it was bought by U. S. buyer who wished to remain anonymous last year a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton reached almost thirty two million dollars in an auction in New York becoming the most expensive console at the sold I'm

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NASA's asteroid hunter Lucy soars into sky with diamonds

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

NASA's asteroid hunter Lucy soars into sky with diamonds

"NASA launches its Lucy spacecraft on a twelve year quest to explore some of Jupiter's Trojan asteroids one of the atlas five rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral Saturday morning submission is the first to aim for the thousands of not millions of asteroids that share Jupiter's expansive orbit around the sun scientists believe the Trojan asteroids may hold clues about the formation of our solar system they named Lucy after the three point two million year old skeletal remains of a human ancestor found in Ethiopia which was in turn named after the Beatles song Lucy in the sky with diamonds in a pre recorded video for NASA Ringo Starr paid tribute to John Lennon Johnny will love that I'm Julie Walker

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Two new, large species of dinosaur discovered on British beach

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Two new, large species of dinosaur discovered on British beach

"Remains of two new large species are predatory dinosaur have been discovered on a beach at Britain's Isle of Wight we don't know exactly what one of them came from but on the same beach we had to spina soul skills come out of the ground paleontologist Dr Neil Gosling says they belong to new species previously unknown to science and even different to one another the span of time between the top of the section of the box is full million years give or take so it's not like they would necessarily on the same page at the same time there were about twenty nine feet long one of them has a name Serra toast to cops infer Rodius and that means state owned Crockett traced hell haven't scientists believe the dinosaur was unusual looking crocodile like skulls would help them hunt on both land and in water and expand their diets I'm a Donahue

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NASA Confirms Mars Region Had Thousands of Ancient Volcanic Eruptions

Live on Sunday Nights its Bill Cunningham

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

NASA Confirms Mars Region Had Thousands of Ancient Volcanic Eruptions

"New evidence shows massive ancient volcanoes erupted on Mars The so called super eruptions occurred in a region of northern Mars called Arabia Terra over a period of 500 million years dating back approximately four billion years. The news was published in a paper in the journal Geophysical Research Letters this summer and said researchers who studied the topography of mineral composition of the region made the discovery. The research said each one of these eruptions would have had a significant climate impact. Patrick Wheelie, a geologist at Nasa's Goddard Space Flight Center, led the Arabia Terra Analysis said to release that it's possible release gas made the atmosphere thicker or block the sun and made the atmospheric holder modelers of bars say they still have work to do to try to fully understand the impact of the volcanoes. Ted Lindner

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A highlight from Interview with Crime Writer Mark Edward Langley: S. 7, Ep. 6

The Crime Cafe

04:50 min | 4 months ago

A highlight from Interview with Crime Writer Mark Edward Langley: S. 7, Ep. 6

"I used to love be booksellers. When did you do there. Oh lord you're going back to nineteen eighty you know my my parents and family moved down there with my dad. Got transferred and It was as close by. I a job there. You know and ended up for the tunnel. Always there Started out in the back room. Receiving the books getting them all the labels and stickers and stuff and putting them out and then got beyond the register in that kind of stuff you know so ended up stocking and working that i love being down there because it was right down the street from the windmill dinner theater and a lot of actors came through doing plays there and a few of my she stop in the store to buy some stuff excellent but i got instilled in reading. Men was watching spenser for hire series on television. And one of the ladies that worked percent if you love the show who should read the books to read in the books and behold from their own. Isn't it interesting. How things often start with television I know that my love's mystery started with watching honey west way back in the day now going back more. Yeah but yeah. It's just funny. I'll have like that. You know when i got into reading rubber parker than but display in john d. Macdonald's just went from there and you know is started loving whatever. I can get my hands on all. Great stuffs well Tell us about arthur nikai. He's an interesting character. An excellent reign of former member of the special ice unit and a native american correct. Exactly how did you come up with this character not to mention his wife. Who's a news reporter. I thought that was interesting. Please tell us more. Sure i mean i. I started thinking about developing i. I took a two week vacation out there. And i traveled the route. That's in the book. So whatever i saw one that way dictated into a tape recorder and came back and transpose. It all down. You know this sort of developing characters and backstories the characters and I stumbled across. I wanted to be different in a lot of ways and other writers out there writing about that and not not as far as police goes or whatever it may be you know. But i developed arthur nikai based on my love for our kalashnikov by the native american flute player. And at the time. One of my friends. Where i worked a million years ago. It seems like now Whose first thing with arthur. So i liked the way that rain together. So i use that they'll to character that As far as his. Wife sharon goes. I actually was texting back and forth in the mornings with one of the local reporters in the nbc station here and chicago and Wanted to ask her some questions about you. Know what you give up to have this life you have. I wanted to make her real and things that happen In their life once you have that job while things you don't get to do You miss a lot of birthdays. Anniversaries you're always on the air doing something you know so. She helped out a lot with that. And i developed that curator of the other ones of jake. Bill cody which is loosely based on my grandfather large barrel chested man. You know With that so i start molding these people into what i i have now needs really interesting the way your travels informed your fiction writing. So yeah i. What was the whole plan to do that. Because you know you can't just look online and find pictures and things and do things and men do searches. you have to be there. And that's what i found out a long time ago. I told on hillerman once at the her father helped me understand the importance of descriptive sentencing. You know surrounding sect place I think robert parker helped me develop a dialogue kind of conversations in books. So i use those along with that. I had to be there. You have the smell that you have to see to taste it and feel the heat feel the cold in order to convey that to the reader in the book and a lot of people who have read my books feel like they're right there in the situation in the area. I love that.

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It Was A Tuesday (MM #3825)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

It Was A Tuesday (MM #3825)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. 20 years ago, our lives changed, a day that will live in infamy, at least for today's current generation. But I heard a stat the other day that just blew my mind. Some of the kids who were killed in Afghanistan towards the end of our occupation there were born after 9 11. They had always lived in a world where we were fighting the Taliban and ISIS and occupying Afghanistan. They didn't know what was like beforehand. Those of us living all remember what happened on that Tuesday morning. And how our lives change and adjusted, and how we all came together for a brief moment. I did a lot of activities with my radio station back then. So I was out and about amongst a lot of people. And we all came together, and now 20 years later, we're further apart than ever before. Somebody said the reason we're all fighting each other right now is we have no common enemy. 20 years ago on a Tuesday we had a common enemy, and now today, the enemies within. For the last 20 years, our lives have changed. How do we go from what we experience then, what we're experiencing now? It may have been a Tuesday, but it feels like a million years ago.

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It Was A Tuesday (MM #3825)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

It Was A Tuesday (MM #3825)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. 20 years ago, our lives changed, a day that will live in infamy, at least for today's current generation. But I heard a stat the other day that just blew my mind. Some of the kids who were killed in Afghanistan towards the end of our occupation there were born after 9 11. They had always lived in a world where we were fighting the Taliban and ISIS and occupying Afghanistan. They didn't know what was like beforehand. Those of us living all remember what happened on that Tuesday morning. And how our lives change and adjusted, and how we all came together for a brief moment. I did a lot of activities with my radio station back then. So I was out and about amongst a lot of people. And we all came together, and now 20 years later, we're further apart than ever before. Somebody said the reason we're all fighting each other right now is we have no common enemy. 20 years ago on a Tuesday we had a common enemy, and now today, the enemies within. For the last 20 years, our lives have changed. How do we go from what we experience then, what we're experiencing now? It may have been a Tuesday, but it feels like a million years ago.

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The Geologic Record: The Phanerozoic Eon

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:06 min | 4 months ago

The Geologic Record: The Phanerozoic Eon

"Fenner azoic is divided up into three eras the paleozoic the mesozoic and the senate zoellick the first period in the paleozoic is the one you might have heard of the cambridge in the cambrian is noted for the sudden appearance of complex lifeforms and animals in the fossil record. This is known as the cambrian explosion. Here's where you'll see many of the trial bites which are really common fossils in fact the appearance of trial bites pretty much defines where the cambrian appears in the geologic record all complex life that we know of in the cambrian was in the see. Nothing yet had come onto land of all the periods. I'll be going over. This is one of the most important to have a grasp on it spans. About fifty five million years from five hundred forty million years ago to about four hundred eighty five million years ago after the cambridge incomes the division period it lasted for forty one million years and went from four hundred and eighty five million years ago to about four hundred forty. Four million years ago it's noted for its continued by diversification fish first appeared during this period and probably the first fish with jaws. These were the first vertebrate animals. There still wasn't any animal life on land yet in order vision that we know of there were lots of volcanoes in meteors during this period as well by some estimates over one hundred times the number of meteor strikes that the earth experiences today the next period is the celerion it goes from four hundred and forty million years ago to four hundred nineteen million years ago what separates the division and the celerion is the or division celerion extinction event. This is the first of the major extinction events in earth's history and the second largest in terms of the number of species that disappeared from the fossil record. The celerion sees the appearance of the very first vascular plants on land as well as the first arthur pod type creatures on land. I should also note that as we get closer to the present the information we have become better the divisions in time become more. Precise and there are more subdivisions. Most of which. I'm not going to be going into. After the slurry incomes the devonian which extended from four hundred nineteen million years ago. Two three hundred fifty nine million years

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Fossil Leaves May Reveal Climate in Last Era of Dinosaurs

News, Traffic and Weather

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Fossil Leaves May Reveal Climate in Last Era of Dinosaurs

"Clues about how our planet responded to climate change. In the past, researchers are using the Smithsonian's collection of gingko leaves. They say pores in leaves contain information about the atmosphere 100 million years ago, and they're most interested in so called hothouse periods when they believe carbon levels and temperatures were significantly higher than today. And that includes the last era of the dinosaurs before most species became extinct. Alright, let's check

You Can't Handle the (Scientific) Truth!

Science Friction

02:04 min | 5 months ago

You Can't Handle the (Scientific) Truth!

"I am in the very fortunate position of being able to set the scene for tonight's debate and that's actually very easy. Because the scientific truth is forty-two diet nari according to date thought a supercomputer in douglas adams's hitchhikers guide to the galaxy that spent seven and a half million years competing the answer to the ultimate question of life the universe and everything the answer to that question and therefore the ultimate scientific truth is forty two so i mean i think we don russ semi point obvious. Is that often. The truth is not very helpful tight. The ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. That's mathematical constant. It's a scientific truth. And when it's expressed in decimal form it has an infinite number of decimal places but but the question is actually how are an infinite number of decimal places useful to us an approximation of twenty two seven three point. One pfoa is what we can actually use in practice. We don't need a want the truth. We want something we can apply to achieve what we need to solve problems to build things to ensure the well being of our children so tonight ice with my esteemed colleagues greta and jack we will convince you that the scientific truth is not helpful to humanity particularly now and arguably more than any other time in human history. The truth is not useful for tackling the global challenges that we currently face. Greta will show you how without optimism and hype in our scientific messaging about climate change. People retreat from the truth. They feel disempowered and helpless. Jack will round out argument by showing how the relationship between science and society is changing

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Astronomers Zero in on Source of the Impactor That Wiped out the Dinosaurs

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Astronomers Zero in on Source of the Impactor That Wiped out the Dinosaurs

"A new study claims the impacter belief to a wiped out seventy five percent of life on earth sixty six million years ago including all the non avian. Dinosaurs most likely came from the other. Half of the main asteroid built between mars and jupiter. The findings reported in the journal lakers came as a surprise to scientist as it's a regional space previously not thought produced. Many earth impact is however computer modeling from the southwest research institute in san antonio texas has shown that the process is that the large asteroids to earth from that region occur at least ten times more frequently than previously thought. They've also found that. The composition of these bodies does match. What scientist snow about the dinosaur. Killing impacter researches combined computer models of asteroid evolution observations of known asteroids to investigate the frequency of so-called chicks lube events over sixty six million years ago a body estimated to be around ten kilometers wide. Signed into what. He's now mexico's yucatan peninsula for me. One hundred and fifty kilometer wide crater known these days as the chicks solid greater and it was this huge blast which triggered the mass extinction event that ended the reign of the dinosaurs. The last few decades much has been learned about the chicks lube event. every advance is latina questions. One of the study's authors william bucky from the southwest research institute says too critical questions remain unanswered. Firstly what was the source of the impacter and secondly how often do such impact events occur on earth to probe that sheikh salah be impact jealous examined sixty six year. Old rock samples found on land and within drako's the results indicate the impact that was similar to carbonaceous contract meteorite that some of the most pristine material in the solar system.

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How to Use Fear to Your Advantage at the Poker Table

Poker With Presence

03:40 min | 5 months ago

How to Use Fear to Your Advantage at the Poker Table

"At hyper. Speeds is what kept us alive knowing that the tiger was there and sensing that and then running away much faster than usual or fighting off some other animal who was attacking her child. Those were the things that kept the species going before we had all this technology and we developed much easier ways to live and so the programming. These days is very much the same as it was one million years ago we are wired to always seek out and look for what's wrong. It's why quite often when you're having a really good session you might start to think. Oh i wonder when. I'm going to start running back or maybe i should go ahead and lock up the win because you're programming your evolution as a human being is looking for the possible dangers. That could take away the fruit. The money that you have collected so far in the session so one thing to know about fear is that you can't make it go away. If anybody tells you that they can make your fear completely go away. They're lying to you. It's not possible because it's wired so deeply into who you are as a person that that's just never going to be a thing now what you can do though as you can learn how to be okay with it. Accept it for what it is recognized that it's happening and then do things that will allow you to relax more completely into the moment knowing that it's just fear. It's just my physiological body response to something that i'm experiencing around what could possibly go wrong. And so once you get more friendly once you start to accept that into play with fear as something. That is a part of you rather than as the enemy that you need to get away from. Now you're creating a system now you're creating a structure where you can go with it. You can move through it. You stop resisting and you make fear. Be something that you can actually use to your advantage so what you can do eventually is get to a point where you can bring enough presence acceptance and self love to your own experience of fear and how your body and your nervous system are taking care of you when you can create that structure of really accepting that this is an essential part of you will now. You can take that energy you can get on top of almost like a surfer riding a wave and you can channel that energy into even higher levels of awareness higher levels of performance than you. Otherwise would without that energy without that fear and the key is recognizing that it's there because the worst thing that can happen to you at the poker tables for you to be scared free to be experiencing fear and have no idea that that's what's happening. That's when you start to make those bad bluffs. That's when you start to get to pass it. That's when you start to go into all of your old patterns and you have no idea that it's all triggered by the fear but once you can become a person who recognizes instantly. That fear is part of the equation is part of your experience right now. You can work with that. You can work around it. You can start to do things to bring presence in connection to go with the fear and make your way through the game and navigate really cleanly so those of you who resist emotion. Those of you who resist that feeling. Fear is a part of your natural process. You're always going to keep bumping up against this issue. You're always going to keep going into your patterns and not knowing it until later when you look back and say oh man wish. I hadn't done that. Oh i can see now. That i was scared. So the skill that you're going to need to learn if you wanna be somebody who is very high level in terms of your ability to perform under the highest amounts of stress is simply recognizing that you're scared

Oldest Fossils of Animals May Be in Canada Rocks, Study Says

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Oldest Fossils of Animals May Be in Canada Rocks, Study Says

"Also discovered in Canada maybe the earliest record of animal life on earth in a report published in the journal nature a geologist who's been excavating in the remote northwest territories of Canada discovered rocks that contain three dimensional structures believed to be ancient sponge skeletons the rock layer eight hundred ninety million years old it's three hundred fifty million years older than the oldest undisputed sponge parcels that were previously found other researchers will be vetting the findings of geologist Elizabeth Turner but experts say it's a stunning fine they could greatly improve our understanding of early animal evolution it would show that the first animals involved before a time when there was enough oxygen to reach a level scientists once thought was necessary for animal life I'm Jennifer king

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The Renewable Heating System Right Below Your Feet

TED Talks Daily

01:46 min | 7 months ago

The Renewable Heating System Right Below Your Feet

"One of the hallmarks of living in a technologically advanced society is even the little details of life that seem mundane and being astonishing. Like the fact that it takes five gallons of water to produce a walnut or that half the plastic. That's ever been made has been made in the past fifteen years. My favorite of these examples is what it takes to keep a room room temperature. Allow me to explain. Heating is generally done by combusting fossil fuel so first we have to find the fuel. Unfortunately it tends to be buried more than clutter under the earth's surface and all too often in inconvenient places like the arctic circle nations in conflict or under the bottom of the ocean and then there's the fact that the substance takes sixty to six hundred million years to form from dead plankton. So there's that issue we drilled these incredibly deep to get it then we pipe it truck it and ship it in tankers across the world to refineries which are these incredibly expensive industrial facilities that taking crude oil and gas which are just a bunch of different hydrocarbon molecules in order to sort those molecules into refined products refined natural gas is then delivered to homes and businesses via an invisible interstate highway system. Millions of miles. Long it's invisible. Because it's underground there are so much pipeline. In this system that entire steel mills have been built only to produce pipeline for this system and because there are millions of miles of gas getting pumped beneath us at high pressure at all times. Engineers send these intelligent. Robots called smart pigs through the pipelines to check for safety. Beck's doing this is called. Pigging the pipeline. Yeah that's a real thing. But even with these precautions there are accidents

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Please, Let Me Explain To You Why I have Onion Slices in My Socks

Does This Happen to You

01:18 min | 7 months ago

Please, Let Me Explain To You Why I have Onion Slices in My Socks

"Please. Let me explain to you why. I have onion slices in my socks tonight. I will put onion slices on my feet. A herbal woman on instagram recomend. It go to sleep with onion slices inside your socks. She said cotton is best. You will wake up less toxic. You will have a spring in your step. She went so far as to suggest that. If you do this on a regular basis your life will be transformed. You will be healthier and happier. Guess what i'm doing tonight. I asked my teenage daughter chloe. You'll never guess not in a million years yoga. No it's pointless making her guess. My daughter is smart psychically so but even she will never guess in a million years. I tell her about the onions. Living the life mom. These are the pleasures of sleeping alone. You can put onion slices on the sole of your feet and who will object. Nobody i can stink up the place all i want. I wonder briefly as i sliced the onion. I bought for bean soup. If i'm a fool.

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A Newly Discovered Species of Giant Rhino Is Possibly the Largest Land Mammal Ever to Walk the Earth

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

A Newly Discovered Species of Giant Rhino Is Possibly the Largest Land Mammal Ever to Walk the Earth

"From two gigantic rhinoceros dating back 22 million years have been discovered in China. The study says that the ancient rhinos were much larger than modern rhinos often stood at more than 20 ft. Tall at the shoulder. And weighed more than 20 tons. None of the rhinos had horns on their noses because rhinoceros horns were not adapted until much later, the giant species were larger than mammoths, making them the largest land mammal that ever lived.

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"millions years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"millions years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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"millions years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"millions years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"This episode is Space Times brought to you by last pass simplifying your online life. If you're anything like me, one of the biggest frustrations and time consuming parts of going online anyway is trying to remember and then use all those log in details and passwords that you up over the years, and again, like me, you probably already have hundreds of them. Of course, only other hand. You could just be like a lot of other people out there and simply use one password for everything, and that's not particularly secure idea. I guess it could be worse. You could be one of those people that use one, two, three, four, five, or ABCD E. A. West of all. You could use password as your password and with intimate getting more and more dangerous. Now really is the time to do something about that, and the good news is there's a great solution out there. It's called last pass password manager and with it suddenly all those security hassles the gone. And believe me the relief really is unbelievable not to mention the time it saves you and it's convenient having everything stored in the one manageable dashboard. If you sign up for last pass, you'll be joining twenty five point six, million users around the world and more than seventy thousand businesses. Now, you've got admit that's a lot of trust were one of the most important aspects of online live and the good news is all this piece. Of. Mind is really affordable. If you want, you can simply sign up for the free service and leave it at that offer. Even more features get the premium package, which is four dollars fifty a month they're a family and enterprise plans available as well, plus last pass works across all devices and even suggests super secure passwords for you to use. So why not put your passwords into autopilot and reduce the stress you can check out. Last pass at space. Time with Stewart Gary Dot com forward slash last pass that way you'll be helping support our show so sign up and use it for free at Space Time with Stewart Gary Dot com forward slash last pass and simplify your life and always you'll find the link details in the show notes am on our website that space time with Stewart Gary Dot com forward slash last pass, and now it's back to the show This is time with student Gerry. New highly classified satellite ground station for the wideband global satellite. Communication system has now become operational near Geraldton in Western Australia The new facility known as satellite ground station West is located in the existing code arenas said like ground stage in complex thirty kilometers east of Geraldton it'll provide Australian American and Canadian military with greater access to the wide global satellite communication. System and ultra high capacity defense satellite communications network. It's designed to provide real time or video and data communication services linking military command and control centers with the land forces anywhere in the world. The constellation currently includes ten satellites with operations running out of the Fourth Space Operations Squadron at the air, force base and the Fifty Third Signal Battalion at Fort Carson. Colorado it's understood that a single wideband global satellite communication systems spacecraft as much bandwidth as the entire existing Louis, defense satellite. Communication System Satellite Ground Station West. We'll link with satellites position over the Indian Ocean may well work on Amirah Facility Satellite Ground Station East is currently underway in the New South Wales Riverina operated by the Australian Defence Force the codge. Arenas. Satellite. Ground Station is a major Australian defence singles in facility and includes dishes associated with the echelon signals intelligence system, which monitors global communications networks satellite dishes associated with several other military communications networks including the mobile user objective system. The next generation said like communication system and the ultra high frequency satellite communications project are also located at the complex.

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"millions years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"millions years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Scientists have found toto chemical signatures of a massive star between eleven and twenty five times. The size of our sun going Supernova just two and a half million years ago in our local still a neighborhood win the brightness of the Star battle suddenly dropped dramatically a few months ago speculation grew that the red supergiant star was about to go supernova an explosion powerful enough. To cause damage to the earth while builders has returned to normal physicists have found evidence of a Supernova that did explode near Earth about two and a half million years ago. The life of stars with the mass more than ten times that of our sun ends in a Supernova event a colossal stiller explosion bright enough to briefly China an entire galaxy these explosions produce iron. Manganese and other heavy elements which are then blasted into the surrounding interstellar space. Any supernova occurring near our solar system would leave these chemical signatures behind and that's exactly what a tame scientists from the Technical University of Munich and found out a report in the journal Physical Review. Letters claims physicists studying lays of manganese crust data to around two and a half million years ago. Have confirmed the existence of both iron sixty, an increased concentrations of manganese three. The study's lead author going to cushing says it's the smoking gun ultimate proof of a nearby Supernova event taking place typically manganese occurs on earth as manganese fifty five, the Asta Magoni's fifty, three on the other hand usually stems from cosmic dust like that found in the asteroid of our solar system. Staff is raining down on earth continuously new sedimentary layers which accumulate year by year on the sea floor reserved the distribution of the elements in manganese crusts and sedimentary samples using accelerator mass spectrometry yours detected both iron sixty and increase levels of manganese fifty three inlays that were deposited about two and a half million years ago. Coaching says the Liberals Ernie trace amounts barely a few atoms but accelerator mass spectrometry. So Sensitive, it allows scientists to clearly identify increased rates and the authors can then use those high levels not just to confirm that a supernova event occurred, but even to provide an estimate of the likely mess of the progenitor star in this case, the measurements suggests the star that exploded and went supernova two and a half million years ago would have been somewhere between eleven and twenty five times the mass of our Sun. Over the years scientists found other spike suggesting other. Events nearby infect our solar system right now is going through a local bubble thought of being caused by a series of Supernova events. This discovery is one of them, but it's the anyone data to exactly that timeframe while a very knee by Supernova could inflict massive for life on Earth. This one thankfully was far enough away to only causing increasing cosmic rays over several thousand years but ancient ancestors of modern Homo sapiens would have noticed the sudden brightness in the sky visible both at nighttime and even in the day. But the event would not of lift the unscathed. The study's Co author Thomas Festival and says the increase cosmic Ray Liberals could increase cloud formation increase cloud would have reduced the amount of hate reaching from the sun and with less solar radiation reaching the surface, the planet would have cooled, and in fact that means this Supernova could be linked to the Pleistocene epoch the period of the ice ages, which coincidentally just happened to begin at around the same time this space time still the commerce successful, the test flight for new shepherd and a new top secret satellite ground station begins operations in Western, Australia, all that and more still to come on space time. Blue origin a successfully completed its thirteenth and lettuce test flight of its new ship in spacecraft, which will eventually be carrying terrorists to the edge of space. The anesthetic mission flew twelve commercial payloads into space during the test flight included was a deorbit descent and landing sense of Vanessa Space Technology. Mission Directorate which is mounted on the exterior of the new ship at booster rather than inside. The. Capsule, it's the first time you ship. It's carried a payload on the exterior of the rocket. Other payloads included two experiments for the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio Texas as well as one from this Armstrong flight. Research? Center. In California another from Colorado based Spacelab technologies experiments for Johns. Hopkins. University's applied. Physics. Laboratory in Maryland and the plant biology experiment for the University of Florida. Nine. Eight. Seven. Manage. You want. Vichy. Control controls confirmed new shepherd cleared the tower on her way to space lunar landing tech onboard payloads inside new shepherds gaining speed that be three engine is really doing its work. What clean burn first milestone here is Max Q. That's when the dynamic stresses are at their maximum on the vehicle next up, we're, looking for Meka. Engine cut off just before separation coming up on a thousand miles per hour too quick trip to space for new shepard. All right coming up on separation after MECO here. There we go. Looks like be three engine a shut off speeds decrease now. All Right I. Think I. See separation there right about now those experiments or getting their clean micro Geez three to four minutes of hang time gathering some great data and At this point if you're flying with us be able to get out of your seat float around the capsule. Do a somersault high five. Your friend looked down at a beautiful earth below you booster starting descent back to Earth almost at Apogee for the capsule. Alright. Apogee song is that's over Carmen line. If you're an astronaut on board, you are now or you are Dow officially in astronaut my friend all right now. The boosters coming back down. Those sensors are really going to work as a booster makes its way back to the pad that precise landing here in West Texas the rocket soon reaching the atmospheric pierce point. This is when the rockets returning from space entering the atmosphere in those control surfaces on the fence or starting up air pressure against them for the first time on its descent. Rocket will come back and land on the Pagis two miles north from where it took. Boosters. Gaining a lot of speed troll surfaces really doing their job keeping that vehicle stable that booster of course is more aerodynamically shaped than the crew capsule, which is why will win the race back to the ground and land a few minutes before the capsule just great for the astronauts they get a little more hank time up there. Those wedge fins keeping the rocket stable the. Light are sensors are right in below those fins on the fin box. Soon here, we'll see the air brakes deploy. This will slow the vehicle down significantly as it makes its way down there we go speed slowing down rapidly here as it gets closer to the pad, you were down in Texas you'd hear a sonic boom any second almost not jeff your feet. It's so exciting. All right there go the drag breaks. Here we go. We're getting close now we're just waiting for.

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"millions years" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"millions years" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"And we could tell spring was in Italy in his hotel because there was a picture of the Mona Lisa in the wall. Every hotel is required by law to have a picture of the Mona Lisa on hope. We didn't send folk though we didn't see the pope though. Future the posted replacement Mona Lisa. Could. Looks like Mona Lisa. Go with that. Also another interesting thing Venice, is gone. Yeah totally underwater. So I've seen pictures Venice they have some tall buildings there. So does that mean the water's risen about sixty feet? Or just like fall apart. I I don't know I mean if all the buildings. If it was sixty feet there'd be no London. Right yeah. No. No, it can't possibly be. But I think I think in addition Venice is sinking. It's not just it's not just water level rising Venezia's actually sinking. So I think there's some geologic instability there. COULD BE I know that they're. Built on these earthquakes very long pilings that are not rotting I know that Italy is. Italian Italy is Italian it's also. Tectonically active. There are volcanoes at least one at least well, AETNA's they're right. Or is that in Greece doesn't matter sand Tarini was A. Island off the tip there's one Yeah. No, there's the service was in. Italy. So yeah, I mean it it could simply have been volcanic activity combined with earthquakes and That's the end of Venice we don't know. But this is kind of an interesting piece to put in there for them to just kind of ramble on about Pity about Venice I saw pictures of it. It was really lovely once. And then didn't go anywhere wasn't like turned out the mafia did or anything like that well in the wikipedia. That talks about the episodes of he does say that the original idea was to have springer Sorry Spring. Visit Venice via submarine but due to budgetary issues. They didn't do that. You don't say clearly there was..

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"millions years" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"millions years" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"Actually was kind of she was kind of. Seemed to be taken the cop thing seriously this week she's taking some initiative. She actually thought something out and. You know worked out pretty well. Think shipper from Ruby. On the take she was able to She was in her own element actually but. Yeah. I was I was pleasantly surprised the two of them although there is still a little too much shoddy. Going on well, you know on the moon everybody is hard of hearing Well, it's because the. little known facts the. Sound waves on earth travel the way they do in ineffectively as sort of spreading out straight line. Because they evolved on earth in regular earth gravity the. Moon they. They don't know how to deal with one third earth gravity, and so they tend to disperse faster and kind of go up much more quickly these. Confused in lounge around and and just. Gaffe. Of Tumble there waves. Space. Till they bumping Oh when they're on when they're in zero gravity I mean it's just they don't know if they're they don't know if they're hearing something that somebody just said or whether it was from yesterday and it's just been bouncing around. From tomorrow who knows from tomorrow? It could be yeah, it's. It's terrible. Yes. We can both agree that it's terrible. It is. I. Spring is. Why do you say you thought he was on Cold Medication He's just seemed to be a lot less animated for the for a lot of it mean sure he got his all shouting. Yeli. Stuff and his His employees essentially. But Yeah I mean sure he was kind of depressed because he is on forced leave to Italy it was raining all the time. I suppose that could be a little annoying. And you know he almost killed when he's going to the catacombs but you know he's he's a space cop she he should be used to this how many skilled somebody in every episode so far.

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"millions years" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"millions years" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"Hello and welcome to another episode of Fusion Petroleum, Jean and I'm John and tonight we are looking at the fifth episode of Star Cops this case to be opened in a million years. That's what I call a cold-case. Kenzi is finishing up some routine business. An Italian engineer has been caught in possession of illegal substances and sent down to Earth for prosecution. As she closes the file, a launch failure occurs a nuclear waste freighter crashing on the pad full radiation alert sounded throughout the Moon Bass David seems particularly upset. The alert is soon called off as no leaked radiation is detected spring gets a call from the personnel department. All space staff are periodically required to return to Earth for patients. He can either start his seven day vacation on earth now or he can be relieved of command and be shipped back to Earth now, he reluctantly chooses the former and heads off leaving David in command and with instructions to investigate the freighter crash. The company is Italian and the Controller Santoni. An Italian gentleman isn't terribly helpful. His Company accepts nuclear waste. From. Stockpiles it on the moon then sends it in shipments into space for disposal he objects to the star cops inspecting the containers due to continued radiation leakage danger. This suits David just fine as he seems particularly uninterested in being exposed to Radiation Colin however, think something is afoot unfortunately with David unwilling to push very hard. The Moon Base Commander Won't overrule the ban on health and safety grounds on the flight to Earth. Spring is saddened by the prospect of his first vacation since Lee. was murdered but he soon meets a nice Italian lady named Lena and they hit it off she convinces him to go to Italy where she'll meet him in a few days in the catacombs of Rome Rome is a bust for him after two days of continual rain spring decides to cancel his appointment. With Lena, go somewhere else on holiday.

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"millions years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"millions years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Her seven and then there's a four hundred year grand cycle where the sun goes really quiet temperatures on earth get colder he has caused me great are fourteen the earth because we actually have another situation going where are may need is here and we'll talk about that in a few minutes back it is a minute and it has been diminishing for two hundred years by we it's going to maybe pick up one and we'll talk about that the tech but I kind of want to give the listeners a frame of reference as we go through the then there's the two three thousand a year Michael and basically that does not eat so he acted in the heavens take two thousand years for you know and there's twelve of them so it's a twenty four thousand years to complete the cycle and then we go twelve twelve thousand a year cycle which basically is looking like assigned me to a micro Nova evidence on earth on in horror and re re and that it meant different things Katie that third twelve thousand a year cycle sounds like an ice age hi yeah yeah and that is that is part of it and that that is there's also right at this point if it is not but what we're going to get to the ice ages justice act there's a twenty five thousand year cycle which is known as a great year or the professional and for a Judeo Christian perspective it's called the wheel of stars and then there is a seventy two thousand you are about seventy two thousand years Michael which is just being explored by the different disciplines there's not a lot of evidence that there is some out there and it's every day we're learning so much more and then there's the hundred year cycle and out I used eight by Cole and we've had five of those in history and all of these are converging and then there's the extinction level the last one is sixty seven one level Michael and that every thirty to sixty million years now all these are right now all along with all the headline that listeners are familiar with and things that are going on in the military and government that they may or may not know about this is like a super storm Celeste it's it's more of the storm I would call it like the perfect storm because this is coming out and run out of from outer space than the galaxy within our own solar system and even within the planet earth or is that does respond to that and cloud three that are hitting yet we live in an electric universe and we ourselves are electric being so it's really quite an interesting situation so I would call it more perfect storm I am an astrologer on last week who said that January twelfth which has come and gone was going to be an incredible calamity nothing to my knowledge really happened that day.

"millions years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"millions years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Happen in a million years when I was mayor of New York City actually it wouldn't happen if we didn't have a progressive retrogressive completely lazy mayor in New York City who is absolutely destroying the quality of life in this city he's a disgrace and actually even Democrats don't support and are embarrassed of and to let that happen new York's that poor police officer his morale has been destroyed its instead standardized way you reduce crime is to have police officers with high morale thank you ma'am should be respected and what is the blows you care he's running for president twenty minutes of time to deal with that this this is what happens when you let liberals take over and we said to some extent in this city nights with the way Joe Hogsett is treated the please remember when the Aaron Bailey shooting one not once but twice the officers were cleared and he comes out indicts the merit board look you're either on the side of the cops the criminals here these guys are put their lives on the line every single day and you see this time and time again with these liberals the side with the bad guys only get to something else a real quick way of time the twelfth annual world naked bike ride with Helen St Louis I think this is over the weekend I was really hot and sweaty the naked bike ride in Saint Louis so this is this is actually kind of series an angry dude came out started pelting bicyclists with paintballs you want people before but never as I've been hit with people's before they hurt they hurt no one knows exactly why here's a witness giving her account of what happened someone was shooting one of the writers with a paintball gun and that the man.

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"millions years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"millions years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Cooling for a couple of million years. This is another one. This is story from glacier, national park now. I'm not sure he ever been there. It's fairly beautiful place. It's on my bucket list of places to go. But glacier, national park in Montana. For several years, has had these signs up around their glaciers around there, little exhibits, you know, they have the, the signs up there to tell you about the certain area and all of this, all of the glaciers that they talk about the little information signs, underneath would say gone by twenty twenty. In saying that, you know, global warming caused this, the, this massive warming and all these glaciers are going to be gone by twenty twenty. Well. Turns out that glaciers, don't know how to read. And the glacier is in glacier, national park and many of the glaciers in Greenland or whatnot. Have actually started re growing. And instead of retreating they're coming back. So officials glacier, national park have begun quietly, removing and altering signs and government literature, which told visitors that the parks glaciers are all expected to disappear by twenty twenty or twenty thirty recent years, National Park Service, prominently, featured brochures signs films. Which boldly proclaimed that all glaciers in glacier, national park or melting away rapidly. But now fficials at the glacier, national park seems to be scrambling to hide to replace their previous hysterical claims. While avoiding any notice to the public that the claims were inaccurate teams from lice Anders. Spooner university visiting the park, a September have noted that glacier, national parks, most famous glaciers like the Grinnell glacier, and that Jackson glacier, appeared to have been growing not shrinking since twenty ten. Oh, jeez. Some of them may have grown at least twenty five percents. Now, see this is this is the left's problem. Is they use. Blanket narratives that all of the glaciers are going to retreat. And by the way, the same things happening in Greenland right now, so Greenland's glaciers are going to go away. It's.

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"millions years" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"millions years" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"But like aren't banging them, and they use them as like, look, I'm friends with this beautiful girl. Even though she wouldn't touch me in a million years. But will you people do that on like Tinder and stuff now like people send me screen shots? And they'll be like, yeah. They'll either use my picture or they'll like have met me one time and use a picture like, oh, look, I'm friends Caitlin from the bachelorette. And then they'll be like like my cousin actually did it. He put me a picture of me and him. Yeah. Smart because guess what? If I see you in a picture with your cousin. I'm like oh awake. He either knows her or she approves of him. I love her. So he must be cool. And now it gives me a reason to talk to him. It gives me a thing that I can be like, you know, Caitlin from the, you know, like, it's a it's a way of peacocking. It's a segue. It's a peacock move. Yeah. You're like a feather boa or ski goggles. You're just necesary that guys used to get girls to talk to them. I'm not mad at that. Because if it turns into a beautiful relationship part of that. Yeah. Exactly. I'd do it. After shows when I take pictures guys make jokes like because I do a bunch of jokes about guys profiles because they're just garbage. Like, the fact that any of these guys get laid based on their profiles discussing to me, and guys profiles are the worst. Because guys won't take pictures of themselves. They don't have girlfriends being like you look so cute right now. Just hold still. So guys have like two pictures of themselves which isn't enough because it's all based on the picture. And then they write something stupid. Like, my hobbies are whiskey and tacos, and it's like those aren't hobbies those are now like just right nothing. I know girl has ever been like I don't want to this guy. And then on the in the middle of a left swipe been like, but his mom says, he's cute or whatever he writes about his mom. No one's ever been. You've never changed your mind by them writing some quick things. So I always just say right nothing have pictures of yourself like at a wedding where you're like, it's a candid shot, you're in a suit dot doing the worm do whole don't do the worm. Because I know you think you're posting that and you're like she's going to think I'm the life of the party. And I'm like, no, you're the liability of the party. You're the guy. I bring to a situation you're the guy bring to a concert in the middle of the slow song. Dave Matthews concert you go. Have you ever been with the I love you Dave guy where you're like? Oh, my God this idiot decides his scream out during a song about Dave's dead sister. This isn't the time. No, the context and also you're not going to be on the live album. I know you think you're famous right now. Troupe and Billy's at the gorge. I'm Jude who screams oh date guys. So many and Dave hates you. I always want to go. Dave. Hey, I know you just said I love you. Dave hate you. That's so true. But you know, Dave hates those guys. Yes. Anyone who shouts out? It's like, but these guys with these profiles after the show is still always like make jokes of like, I'm going to put this picture on my robot. And I'm like do it. You'll actually get more from this than you will you posting with your knees whose face you've scratched out because you want to conceal her identity. But that really just looks like you are posting a creepy picture from your you know, solo trip to Thailand why is that child's face blacked out. This looks like you're doing illegal activity. Some guys Ray. Mike. It's like easy, bro. I don't care if it is people are guys are so weird..

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"millions years" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"millions years" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Now. I mean, he Goodman, President Trump's former personal attorney and fixer Michael Cohen has accused his old boss of committing multiple criminal acts before and after he became president Cohen made the charges during more than five hours of explosive public testimony on Capitol Hill Wednesday, he provided evidence that Trump had violated campaign. Finance laws by paying hush money to women he accused the Trump foundation of committing fraud by using the tax exempt organization for personal purposes. Cohen said Trump lied when he said he couldn't release his tax returns because they were being audited. He said Trump routinely deflated his assets to reduce his taxes while inflating them in order to win Bank loans. Cohen claimed Trump had advance knowledge that WikiLeaks was preparing to publish a trove of emails to hurt Hillary Clinton's campaign Cohen also confirmed the president repeatedly checked in about the status of a proposed Trump Tower mosque. Geico project well into the two thousand sixteen campaign despite his public claims to the contrary, but Michael Cohen said he had seen no direct evidence that Trump had colluded with Russia during the two thousand six campaign Cohen also said he fears there would not be a peaceful transition of power Trump loses the twenty twenty election. Michael Collins testimony came two months before he scheduled to begin a three year prison sentence for lying to congress a series of financial crimes and campaign violations. Cohen told congress he was ashamed of his own failings. Never in a million years. Did I imagine.

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"millions years" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"millions years" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Now. I mean, he Goodman, President Trump's former personal attorney and fixer Michael Cohen has accused his old boss of committing multiple criminal acts before and after he became president Colin made the charges during more than five hours of explosive public testimony on Capitol Hill Wednesday, he provided evidence that Trump had violated campaign. Finance laws by paying hush money to women he accused the Trump foundation of committing fraud by using the tax exempt organization for personal purposes. Cohen said Trump lied when he said he couldn't release his tax returns because they were being audited. He said Trump routinely deflated his assets to reduce his taxes. Well, inflating them in order to win Bank loans. Cohen claim Trump had advanced knowledge that WikiLeaks was preparing to publish a trove of emails to hurt Hillary Clinton's campaign Cohen also confirmed the president repeatedly checked in about the status of a proposed. Trump Tower Moscow project well into the two thousand sixteen campaign despite his public claims to the contrary, but Michael Cohen said he had seen no direct evidence that Trump had colluded with Russia during the two thousand six campaign Cohen also said he fears there would not be a peaceful transition of power Trump loses the twenty twenty election. Michael Collins testimony came two months before he's scheduled to begin a three year prison sentence for lying to congress a series of financial crimes and campaign violations. Cohen told congress us ashamed of his own failings. Never in a million years. Did I imagine when I accepted a job in two thousand and seven to work for Donald Trump. So he would one day run for the presidency. To launch a campaign on a platform of an intolerance. And actively win. I regret the day. I said yes to Mr. Trump. I regret all the help and support. I gave him a long way. I am ashamed of my own failings and publicly accepted responsibility for them by bleeding guilty in the southern district of New York. I am ashamed of my weakness and my misplaced loyalty. The things I did for Mr. Trump in an effort to protect and promote him. I am machine that I chose to take part in concealing, Mr. Trump's illicit axe rather than listening to my own conscience. I am ashamed. Because I know what. Mr. Trump.

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"millions years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

15:09 min | 3 years ago

"millions years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Nine nine zero three. Welcome back to coast to coast AM, our guest tonight Isaac Arthur, and we are discussing Arthur's research that he has got in his video series over at science of future ISM, and the links for everything Isaac Arthur are over at coast to coast AM, and you need to go and check it out. It's nothing like taking notes and getting your learn on Isaac. We were discussing right before the break, the need to leave the planet mega structures and Dyson spheres all kind of interconnected certainly near world to and if we decided not to leave the planet for whatever reason population decrease our resources were brought under control, and and we just decided not to do that is also in that same position in that. That's where maybe the Fermi paradox could come into play where they just don't wanna be bothered Shaw. We often say. We don't know what the answer the phone. We paradoxes of course yet. And we have to have these filters that might be what causes them less common and one of the ones that get suggested that we have many filters behind us. But we still have some fun. And one of those might be that just turns out that interstellar space travel is just not something that is possible a practical until we actually have some walking colonies out. They all blown. I'm wanting to stall. We've really can't say Shaw. It might turn out that it's quite possible. But we just don't really want to do it too. Just because you can colonize Antarctica doesn't mean do. Although I think that we probably will at some point. So lots of exploration we've done we've never backed away from challenges. So I think that we would and I would tend to think any species that had developed while technology would too and then the breaking news last year, which I covered sort of you know, it's still in the news is tabby star. K I see a four six twenty eight fifty two. I've got it memorized. Right. That got to be pretty exciting. And I don't think the story has quite died yet. We haven't really solved it. But it certainly strongly suggested a mega structure, and that's what the news was reporting it as the possibility of an alien mega-structure. What did you think when the news first broke? I'm up, but I suppose taught it, and and I always tend to look at these things and say, especially from our standpoint discussing mega structuralist, if this was a a structural what sort of make a structural could it be and not the ones we normally discuss really fit the Markle out, which doesn't really mean. Too much you go back and ask NGO's in Rome. What a skyscraper whereas distance. They probably gonna guess. So we don't know what format they might be building towards. But in fitting, the ones we would normally say, and there have been quite a few suggestions for what it might be from Nashville standpoint. But it's just one of those examples of things that we really need to get about look at and the next show telescopes. Well, hopefully, I'll tell us a lot more about objects that we find these anomalies, but we all constantly finding these kind of anomalies, and we learn something new and different about each one. But tabby stall is is a natural source or something more artificial high tend to tilt toward the formal. It's gonna tell us a lot. More about the universe around us. Years ago, not not well, not terribly long ago. But fifteen years ago, we had an excellent planet count of one. Yeah. Right. Six thousand. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Today. It's a it's over four thousand officially logged and another nine thousand that are that are way that that are discovered but haven't been given catalogs yet. But that's that's where we're at today. And now in the last few years, certainly since you've started your presentations now, the general understanding of our Milky Way is that we don't have ten planets out there. We don't have twenty. But that we have one hundred billion a hundred billion planets in our Milky Way. Now, it's an exciting. It's an exciting time to be an astrophysicist. Absolutely. Well, it's been exciting time since being better telescope, but these all great ties could see so much more. We can take very big telescopes. A hundred billion plant is probably estimate that might be how many all around. Stalls at all reasonably like alone and close enough this Bill sign that they'd be warm not to have life. But there's you know, probably going to be planning on almost every stall. And I would not be spies. We've catalog trillions of of plants just the low zones. And then of course, you have all those dwarf fans to puppy, find another one hundred. So there wasn't alone solar system the small though, Neptune, Lloyd's, sure and the. Interview that I saw was a couple of weeks ago with an astronomer. He literally said if you want to go in find your own Exo planet, all you have to do is go to work for one night and you'll find one that's that's pretty nutty. It was this wasn't even a concept twenty years ago. Now now, it's it is just amazing how much easier what's gonna do though. Of course, they say that you do some decent Holloway had to do that. But you can we'll finding high. Lot fifteen thousand we included the candidates then PBS finding went almost every day. That's right. Yeah. It's it's it's extrordinary now to populate. Now. Let's let's go back to where we set this up with to populate the the Milky Way to go out and discover and to expand and to grow you have to you have to increase your population. You have to find those resources, but eventually it's going to happen. Whether it's by us or by different civilizations. That are out there. There could be millions of civilizations. We don't know or there could be one or two. But if it started how rapidly would our Milky Way get overtaken probably about a million years tops. I if you're limited to light speed and probably only factionalized point say ten percent of light speed. You can still call on is an entire galaxy in a million years. Sounds like a lot of time to us. And it certainly isn't a short time but compares the age the galaxy. It's it's about a second in the course of a day. It takes time to colonize a galaxy assuming you had the light technology expansion for it. And we would also have to be to see something like this is it would have to be at the right place at the right time in that. We have only been observing our Milky Way as it is right now. I guess ascent Edwin Hubble, I guess if we go back, you know, nineteen twenty three nine hundred twenty five so in a very very short window. We would have to be at the right place at the right time to see this occupation happen. Well, you have to be there. What's going on? But taking place it's sort of like, you know, seventy eighty thousand years ago. I can't remember the ashtray was they hypothesize, but they said it will only maybe a few hot humans latte. Don't quote me on that novel. And yet now the whole plan is for the if you look around now for people with very fine them. But in those days, they'll be very hard to find. So if you got a head start on us, you know, we would have any problems finding them that kind of context. So it does depending who showed up forced how fast they expanding. And how how many such civilizations exist? Is it just a few is that many poll? Galaxy is it only one post super quaestor? We just don't know yet in terms of the distribution with a SETI because we have to know what to look for. And he doing the right thing. I mean, what what do we need to see what is it that we need to look for when we're looking for this expansion of the universe into the Milky Way. I wouldn't say it's really a thing about what city aims do what it can. And you look for the lowest hanging food force, which is to look for those radio signals, but you know. The realist about this. We don't know that anybody would necessarily be using radio signals Omni directional radio singles online now they might be using something that was a point to point like a laser. But you know, they're looking for what the candidates the second half of that kind of resource which is just looking for, you know, things like Dyson spheres all very lowest make structural or k three civilizations, which is a galaxy spanning one. And it's not that we're necessarily are going to be a sign though is that we have a method to look for them that way. And that's of course. So you look for what you can have a decent chance of finding. It may not be the best way to look. But it's the one. Available. And if we are out looking at, you know with hobble and we're starting to see galaxies disappear. Because that's one of the things that we would see if Dyson spheres are being built around stars and blocking out the stars. And they take over a galaxy. Then that means the light from the galaxy would not be reaching us and technically the galaxy would start to disappear because it's being overtaken. Yes. And no I for a classic Dyson Swami or just transfer the visible light and infrared waste heat. So you would be able to see that. And we'd be scanning for that. Of course, assumes they they're using the same. We all which I think pretty solid a lot though Atlantic's, but we've only had two century. So somebody might find a walk around one day. In that case, you got to see the galaxy cash slowly disappear. And if those the kind of civilizations that come into system. So why is it? Just swam out around the stalls and build massive collectors habitats out each one. Then you actually be able to see these things disappear, and when you own galaxy you'd be wondering not who's living around those stalls. But what a stall was because you never seen one day or two you had radio telescopes telescopes because nights guy would be black right, right? And the the other part of this is our son is extremely stable. Okay. We we've had a pretty good run. We've met a pretty good ride with our son. And it's not the case. Even in our own Milky Way, where you've got a son that hasn't radically change in four or five ten billion years because that's what it takes to to develop to develop life. I now every stall changes with time every one of them starts to warm up over time. We always talk about how the sun will one day expand to being a vagina, but it actually gets a little bit warmer each she goes up in biting us by about one percent for one hundred million years. I've checked that just gets a little bit warmer with time and actually have a paradox for us as we are wondering why the oth- would be habitable for billion years ago because my little bit too cold based on sunlight, but we look at and it'd be see how old they all. And how much given based on their mass. And we'll say well, these ones are young these ones. Order to get more live all son is remarkably stable freakishly south, but really quite stable, and we have no way of knowing how common zone plants like alone. All at this time. We don't know how often you're gonna get off like planet and one of those zones. We don't know how many those stalls all stable enough, and what level stability we need. And we actually don't know that you really need off live out of various. Unlike son to to host life, it might turn out to be a much easier than we think it is what might turn out that we all be underestimating how how easy it is for life to to. Why is it that our universe? And when I say our universe. I firmly believe there are infinite universe's out there. We are just this is ours, but our universe with the big bang the way that it happened here. We have life. Things are created here. Right stars planets things elements gases photons electrons, everything it's it's just her fict- gravity was at the right spot at the right time the right numbers where we have life in this universe. But if it was just a fraction off if one of those numbers were off we could be a universe full of just lifeless dust, right? Oh, definitely. This is what we called off the fine tuning concept in general. And and to be fair. We don't really know exactly how that ranges that they might not be other islands of stability where you might get something to chemistry going on for different laws change, the speed of light a little bit changes the strength the gladdy little bit. And and things were not walk as they are right now, and especially can tell in most cases, they went to walk at all get chemistry. But that's how to say by now. And of course, we look at that. We will lose odd. It's staggering based on on what numbers people produce that for basic models. The odds are so huge that you have to look and say, well, we could just be example. Well, we won the lottery because there was a vast number so number of universes, and this just actually wanted to get life at all. Maybe this is the only universe, and we really lucked out possibly cyclic type of thing where you just keeps happy up expanding contracting or dying and getting a place until eventually you get one that walks with live. Oh, of course, the other options Allio potentially that was interesting which seventy has many variations like well simulation, hypothesis all various theological options. And we don't obviously have any way of no yet. We don't even have basic test hypothesis while we'd find out what one we run the numbers. Like the numbers of us having to take a break here in sixty seconds. When the when we run the numbers Isaac numbers are numbers. That's it. And the odds are the number. Say possibilities are endless anything is possible. And right now, there is another planet out. They're identical to this one where there's a graduate in physics host talking to a radio host without that never left elementary school talking about the universe and the possibility of life out there and their names are Isaac and Jimmy..

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"millions years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

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"millions years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Seventy K L I F. Welcome back to coast to coast AM, our guest tonight Isaac Arthur, and we are discussing Arthur's research that he has got in his video series over at science and future ISM, and the links for everything is Arthur are over at coast to coast AM, and you need to go and check it out. It's nothing like taking notes and getting your learn on Isaac. We were discussing right before the break, the need to leave the planet mega structures and Dyson spheres all kind of interconnected, certainly in your world to and if we decided not to leave the planet for whatever reason population decrease our resources were brought under control, and and we just decided not to do that is ET also in that same position in that. That's where it may be the Fermi paradox could come into play where they just don't wanna be bothered. Shall we say, that's we don't know what the answer the phone paradox is of course, yet, and we ought to have these filters that might be what causes them less common. And one of the ones that get suggested is that we have many filters behind us, but we still have some funds and one of those might be that just tones out that interstellar space travel is just not something that is possible practical until we actually have fatal some walking colonies out. They all blown wanting to stall we really can't save Shaw. It might turn out that it's quite possible. But we just don't really wanna do it too. Just because you're gonna call an Isaiah Noda doesn't mean do. Although I think that we probably will at some point. So lots of exploration we've done and we've never backed away from challenges. So I think that we would and I would tend to think any species that had developed while technology would too and then the breaking news last year, which I covered. So did you know it's still in the news is tabby star. K? I see a four six twenty eight fifty two got it memorized. Right. That got to be pretty exciting. And I don't think the story has quite died yet. We haven't really solved it. But it certainly strongly suggested a mega structure, and that's what the news was reporting it as the possibility of an alien mega structure. What did you think? When the news first broke. Well, not. But I I taught it and always tend to look at these things to say, especially from our standpoint discussing mega mega-structure, if this wasn't make structural what sort of make a structural could it be and not the ones we normally would discuss really fit the Markle too. Well, which doesn't really mean too much you go back and ask NGOs in Rome. What a skyscraper as Modesto say. They probably all gonna guess. So we don't know what format they might be building towards, but in in fitting once we would normally say, and there have been quite a few suggestions for what it might be from an actual standpoint. But it's just one of those examples of things that you know, we really need to get about look at and the next show telescopes. Well, hopefully, I'll tell us a lot more about objects that we find these anomalies, but we all constantly finding these kind of anomalies and you'll be long something new and different about each one. But tabby stall is is, you know, whether it's a natural source or something more official in high tend to toll the formal. It's gonna tell us a lot. More about the universe around us. Years ago, not not well, not terribly long ago. But fifteen years ago, we had an exit planet count of one. Yeah. Right. Six thousand yet. Right. Yeah. Today. It's it's over four thousand officially logged him another nine thousand that are that are way that that are discovered but haven't been given catalogs yet. But that's that's where we're at today. And now in the last few years, certainly since you've started your presentations now, the general understanding of our Milky Way is that we don't have ten planets out there. We don't have twenty. But that we have a hundred billion a hundred billion planets in our Milky Way. Now, it's an exciting. It's an exciting time to be an astrophysicist. Absolutely. Well, it's been exciting time since we invented the telescope. But these all great ties could see so much more office. We get to pick really big telescopes. One hundred billion plant is probably an underestimate that might be how many over installs. Is that all reasonably enough like VO and close enough this and son that they'd be warm enough to have life. But this, you know, probably going to be planning on almost every stall. And I would not be spies. We've catalog trillions of of plants just the Austin Lotos zones. And then of course, you have all those dwarf fans to we'll probably find another one hundred. So that wasn't alone solar system of the small though, Neptune. Lloyd's annoyed. Sure. And the interview that I saw was a couple of weeks ago with an astronomer. He literally said if you want to go in find your own Exo planet, all you have to do is go to work for one night and you'll find one that's that's pretty nutty. It was this wasn't even a concept twenty years ago. No, no, I and it's it's just amazing. How much easier? What's gonna do though? Of course, they say that you do some decent hardware to do that. But you can you know, we'll finding. Hi, stopped. A lot fifteen thousand include the candidates, then went almost every day. So that's right. Yeah. It's it's it's extrordinary now to populate. Now. Let's let's go back to where we set this up with to populate the the Milky Way to go out and discover and to expand and to grow you have to you have to increase your population. You have to find those resources, but eventually it's going to happen. Whether it's by us or by different civilizations. That are either. There could be millions of civilizations. We don't know or there could be one or two. But if it started how rapidly would our Milky Way get overtaken probably about a million years tops. I if you're limited to light speed and probably only factionalized at point say ten percent of light speed. You can still colonize tile. Galaxy in a million years sounds like. A lot of time to us, and it certainly isn't a short time, but compared to the age the galaxy. It's it's about a second to the course of a day. So it takes a little time to colonize a galaxy assuming you have the technology and expansion for and we would also have to be to see something like this is a que- would have to be at the right place at the right time in that. We have only been observing our Milky Way as it is right now. I guess a sense Edwin Hubble, I guess if we go back, you know, nineteen Twenty-three nineteen twenty five so in a very very short window. We would have to be at the right place at the right time to see this occupation happen. Would you have to be there about what's going on? But it always taking place it's sort of like, you know, seventy eighty thousand years ago. I can't remember the asteroid that was they hypothesize, but they said it will only maybe a few hundred humans left, don't quote me on and yet. Now, the whole plan is for if you look around now for people with is fine. But in those days, they'll be defined. So if the got a head start on us, you know, we would have any problems finding them and that kind of context, so it does depending who showed up forced how fast the expanding and how many such civilizations exist. Is it just a few is that many poll? Galaxy is it only one super quaestor? We just don't know yet in terms of the distribution with a SETI because we have to know what to look for. And is said he doing the right thing. I mean, what what do we need to see what is it that we need to look for when we're looking for this expansion of the universe into the Milky Way. I wouldn't say it's really a thing. What city aims do is. What it can? And you look for the lowest hanging food force, which is to look for those radio signals. But you know, they they realist about this. We don't know that anybody would necessarily be using radio signals or Omni directional radio signals, Michael online. Now, they might be using something that was a point to point like a laser. But you're they're looking for what the candidates the second half of that kind of research, which is just looking for, you know, things like Dyson spheres, very lowest making structural or k three civilizations, which is a galaxy spanning one. And it's not that when necessary I'm going to be able to sign those. It's that we have a method to look for them that way. And that's of course. So you look for what you can have a decent chance of finding. It may not be the best way to look, but it's the wants to fail. And if we are out looking at, you know with hobble and we're starting to see galaxies disappear. Because that's one of the things that we would see if Dyson spheres are being built around stars and blocking out the stars. And they take over a galaxy. Then that means the light from the galaxy would not be reaching us and technically the galaxy would start to disappear because it's being overtaken. Yes. And no I for a classic Dyson Swamy, oh, just transfer the visible light and infrared waste heat. So you would be able to see that. And we'd be scanning for that. Of course, assumes they they're using the same Atlantic's, we all which I think a pretty solid a lot. We've only had two century. So somebody might find a walk around one day. In that case, you've got to see the galaxy costs slowly disappear. And if those the kind of civilizations that come into system, why is it just swim out around us dollars and build massive collectors habitats out each one, then you'd actually be able to see these things disappear. And if they when you own galaxy you'd be wondering not who's living around those stalls, but what a stall was because you never seen one day or two radio telescopes red telescopes 'cause nights guy would be black right, right? And the the other part of this is our son is extremely stable. Okay. We we've had a pretty good run met a pretty good run with our son. And it's not the case even in our own Milky Way, where you've got a son that hasn't radically changed in four five ten billion years because that's what it takes to to develop to develop life. I now every stall changes over time. Every one of them starts to warm up over time. We always talk about how the sun will one day expanded to being a vagina, but it actually gets a little bit warmer. She goes up inviting us by about one percent for hundred million years. I don't have to check that just gets a little bit warmer with time and actually have a payoff for us as we are wondering why the oth- would be habitable for billion years ago because my about a little bit you cold based on sunlight, but we look out dollars. And it'd be see how old they all. And how much to give an off based on their mass. And we'll say, well, these ones are young these ones auto to get off more live all son is remarkably stable, no freakishly south, but really quite stable, and we have no way of knowing how common habitable zone plants like oh at this time. We don't know how often you're gonna get off like planet in one of those owns. We don't know how those stall stable enough and stability we need. And we actually don't know that you really need a EBay off life out of various. Unlike son to to host live, it might turn out to be a much easier than we think it is what my turn out that. We all right. If we underestimating how how easy it is for life to evolve to why is it that our universe? And when I say our universe. I firmly believe there are infinite universe's out there. We are just this is ours, but our universe with the big bang the way that it happened here. We have life. Things are created here. Right stars planets things elements gases photons electrons, everything it's it's just her fict- gravity was at the right spot at the right time the right numbers where we have life in this universe. But if it was just a fraction off if one of those numbers were off we could be a universal of just lifeless dust, right? Oh, definitely. Oh, this is what we called off the fine tuning concept in general and to be fair. We don't really know exactly how that ranges or that. They might not be other islands of stability where you might get something of to chemistry going on for different laws change the speed of light a little bit changes the straight to grab a little bit. And and things would not walk as the right now, and especially can tell in most cases, they went walk at all. He just get chemistry. But that's how to say by now. And of course, we look at that. We were those odd at stake based on on what numbers people produce baffled basic models. The odds are so huge that you have to look at and say, well, we could just be the example. Well, we won the lottery because there was a vast number one so number of universes and this just after you got life at all. Maybe this is the only universe, and we really lucked out possibly to cyclic type of thing where you know, let's just keeps popping up expanding contracting all dying and getting a place until eventually you get one that walks with live, or of course, the other options, you know, potentially that was inch me which has many variations like well stimulation hypothesis vase theological options. And we don't obviously have any way of no yet. We don't even have basic testable hypothesis while we'd find out what one we run the numbers. And like the numbers of us having to take a break here in sixty seconds. A when we run the numbers Isaac numbers are numbers. That's it. And the odds are the number. Or say possibilities are endless anything is possible. And right now, there is another planet out. They're identical to this one where there's a graduate in physics host talking to a radio host without that never left elementary school talking about the universe and the possibility of life out there and their names are Isaac and Jimmy..

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"millions years" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"millions years" Discussed on Science Friday

"So there's a few hypothesis for it a big one is that there may have been a break-up in an asteroid family. So asteroids live in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter and sometimes two of these large asteroids or more collide into one another and they get broken down into smaller pieces, and as they absorb heat from the sun and re emit the heat back. They start to shift them their spot. They start to move around and eventually they exit the orbit and they start moving towards the inner solar system so towards the earth and the moon, you can think of it as a landslide slip starting at the top of the mountain and think of the earth and the moon as a house in the Val. Ali. So we see the footprints of those broken pieces of asteroids as craters on the earth and the moon. So something happened. Hundreds of million years ago. All of a sudden, you had more bombardment. Yes. So an asteroid family broke up in they started to move towards the inner solar system, and that that caused more of a bombardment you'd let some people use your data. I understand to create a piece of music that represents these impacts on the moon using sound gives an explanation of what you did. Yes. So system sounds kind enough to take our lunar data and turn it into a video and also into sound. So they've turned the last one billion years the history of the impact of the moon into sound where every note represents the size of an impact crater, and you can hear the frequency of the bombardment and they've been doing more turning into strana me and space data into music..

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