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As the Hubble Telescope Turns 30, What's Next for Space Telescopes?

The Naked Scientists

05:15 min | 6 months ago

As the Hubble Telescope Turns 30, What's Next for Space Telescopes?

"Has been looking at a project that set to be the successor to the Hubble Space. Telescope arguably one of the famous telescopes of all time. and. The. Hubble Space Telescope is iconic sent into space in nineteen ninety, the images Hobo sent back are amazing and captured the imagination of millions, but it is thirty years old. It's getting on a bit. So a new generation of telescopes are being clowns to attempt to fill herbals sizable bids. One of them is the Nancy Grace Roman telescope named for the first female executive of NASA. This telescope will seek to continue hobos legacy. I spoke to Dominic Bedford Program scientist for the telescope. We designed the Roman Space Telescope to be able to conduct the kind of survey that astronomers haven't been able to do with any of the sets of tools they have. Had during the past generations and that is to focus on being able to take very sharp images of wide areas of the sky with tremendous sensitivity being able to see very very distant objects and also optimized in the near infrared, which is wavelengths just slightly longer than what our eyes are sensitive to because the near wavelengths penetrate dust better. So we will allow us to see further into our own galaxy and also we'll. Be. Able to see the red shifted light from very very distant galaxies. So we've been able to see farther and so this combination of being able to see far into our own galaxy and far out into other galaxies and to be able to do this very quickly very efficiently means that we can start conducting surveys where instead of looking at a few objects, a few galaxies refused ours we can start studying monitoring and understanding. Millions even hundreds of millions of galaxies and millions of stars all the same time to be able to conduct surveys that are more demographic where we really understand the whole the entirety of these aspects of the universe all at once. That means the Nancy Grace Roman telescope is designed to be more like a wide angle lens for space instead of a Zoom Lens. But how is it going to carry out its mission? The Romans Space Telescope surveys are designed to be able to answer pressing questions both in cosmology. And in Exit Planet Science for Cosmology, we will take number of surveys of the distant universe so that we can understand the distribution of galaxies and how the universe has expanded over cosmic time from a time when the universe was only a few billion years old to the present when the universe is now thirteen point seven, billion years old. And through watching the way, the galaxies evolved how they form how they move towards an away from each other, we can infer the effects of dark matter, which is a a large unknown components of the mass of the universe and dark energy, which is a recently discovered mysterious force that appears to be pushing the universe apart and therefore pushing all the matter in the universe away from all the other matter. and. It will be able to take definitive measurements of this kind to understand the effects of these so that we might understand better the fundamental physics that drives the universe in its evolution. What about our own galaxy? What can be achieved when the telescope is pointed to the center of the Milky Way we plan on conducting where we will look at the Galactic Bulge of Milky Way, which is where most of the stars in the galaxy can be found. So we'll stare at a wide patch of our Milky Way Galaxy tracking the brightness of millions of millions of stars. Taking images every roughly fifteen minutes over of course, many many months. And we will look for the chance encounter when a star happens to pass in front of some other background star. and. When it does because of general relativity the light from the background star, we'll be focused much like a lens by the foreground star and focused on us. As the stars move slowly through the galaxy and that brightening is something that we can measure and by measuring the Brighton time, we'll be able to infer. What the the foreground star was like. If the foreground star has planets, we'll see brightening from those as well, and in fact, even if these planets have a large moons will be able to see the writing for the moons planets around those stars and by doing with millions of stars will be able to track enough plants thousands. We think of planets around other stars that we'll be. Able to make a complete demographic census, all what planetary systems are like in our own solar system we have the eight planets and that we can see essentially all planets like that around another star, maybe not mercury because it's very small enclosed in but certainly every other planet even planets like Mars we'll be able to detect around such stars be able to answer the question definitively. Our solar system common in the galaxy is it rare the galaxy or may even be unique? and. Doing this, you'll understand our own place in universe Harris or got to be the way it's.

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

04:24 min | 6 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Yeah, it's interesting that you know so many years later, it remains so upsetting to think about a time when you were treated as if you had done something new yourself to be innocent of, and maybe you weren't accused that out of malice but still her. Yeah. So this is from a nineteen ninety-six Atlanta magazine Article About Nancy Grace called the prosecution never rest and I we get at depiction of Nancy and action walking over to the defense table. She points toward that offended with a pained expression this man she practically shouts. Is a savage. A large part of my job is making an emotional connection with the jury. She says, later, after winning the conviction, the technical evidence may prove bill but a lot of that stuff goes over the jury's head as Greece's undefeated streak stretches toward one hundred cases. Every defense attorney in town would give a month's pay to beat her her combat of ways and animated. Southern. Bell style have won few friends of mine defense attorneys and many charge that record is inflated because she drops any case she could possibly lose. Her occasional flamboyance also rub some the wrong way such as the time she called a drug sniffing dog as a witness in a cocaine trafficking case. Last year defense counsel Dennis Chaib caused a stir by filing a pretrial motion asking the grace be prevented from wearing quote inappropriate attire says his low cut blouses short skirts they show her figure grace who typically wears conservative suits and dresses to court dismissed the motion as meaningless subterfuge she won yet another murder conviction. I think the story is interesting because it's one of the moments the book when I feel you know just on an individual level, the most compassion for Nancy Grace 'cause that sucks. Yeah and I feel like you know he's telling us the story in a way that is effective because it's a story where she had to triumph against sexism and were her career itself and her success, and her winning streak is a triumph sexism. I think it's important to acknowledge the power of that rhetoric. Yeah. You know if sexism is one of the obstacles that is keeping, you could actually from having the same winning streak as a male prosecutor then like that's the rare case where sexism isn't preventing something good from happening, right? It's also interesting that she doesn't extend her experience to empathy for people elsewhere, the criminal justice system that might be experiencing this right that she. Mentioned all the judges are men, all the lawyers are men, oftentimes juries or men I wonder how that affects female defendants rate and there's all these other forms of bias to she's she's taking micro example of sexism against herself, but she doesn't seem to be asking like, are there other places in the system where that could be happening or other ways that that's playing out that I'm not noticing like there's this weird in curiosity. In it. Yeah and I think that the kind of unspoken logic here is that she is worthy of compassion because she is good like because she is a crusader rower you know for the thanks she calls justice. She's therefore worthy of empathy and if the same thing happened to a defendant, we already assigned the defendant to be a bad person select, Ri-. Worry about that right and it's not like Nancy has a flat screen. The Moose. Unforgivable Sin Owning flat screen Nancy whereas thirty nine dollar dress from Chadwick's whatever the heck. That is. So yeah. So yeah, I guess feel like it's also important to acknowledge that like you can hear that story and be like that sex for little baby prosecutor. Nancy Grace. People don't deserve that treatment regardless of how I feel about their personal..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"The site of actual justice, not just for the site of convictions I would actually be fine with those forms. There are worse ways to reform the criminal justice system. If we incentivize truth seeking as the thing prosecutors, do I think there would be more truth seeking ironically it's the same thing we have to do for defendants like if we incentivize good behavior and if we d incentivize criminality, you know by actually giving people living wage is not surveilling them to a degree that resembles torture when they're on probation not making it financially facing impossible for them to not return to criminality on release like all these things if we make it. Easier to make good choices than more people will make mortgage choices. Through of criminals exactly as Mike his it's true of lawyers probably, right. So again, we agree with Nancy but we have a yes end. Yes and Nancy. All right I'm gonNA find something to wrap up on. She says when I first came to the District Attorney's office. There were very few female cops and lawyers female young his raven harder to find at the time women were usually assigned to work juvenile cases here, not jury trials and do not apply many of the standard rules of evidence we were usually going after deadbeat dads, writing appeals or acting as assistance to trial lawyers practically everybody involved in the actual trial of cases a man. Jury, and in many cases, the victim I've been called Little Lady Young Lady Lady lawyer and other not so nice names right in front of juries. By defense lawyers, experts, and couches every time it happened I looked that person right in the eye and act as if I hadn't heard it. I'd inevitably catch at least one woman on the Jerry with a look of disgust on her face as if to say, she couldn't believe that someone had said something that condescending I wonder thera minority groups that Nancy grace doesn't belong to who also received condescending treatment I mean she doesn't mention any so they're probably not true. Okay. Aren't any fake news sometimes the sexism was far more insidious during a nineteen ninety-five trial in which I was prosecuting Independent on rape sodomy and murder charges. I was working late one night when I heard the sounds of someone outside my office. An investigator for the defense had gotten into the building and delivered emotion under my door. It was emotion filed to join me from wearing skirts specific number of inches above my knee shit or a blouse that was low cut. It also enjoyed me from bending over in front of the jury facing either way no way. I felt completely humiliated. All court documents are public anyone find out anything about a case by going down to the courthouse and looking it up. I cried behind closed doors. Of. Course because it was a public embarrassment used with wrestling inappropriately and it was flat out not true. I still have every one of my ten trial dresses that I wore over and over and over every one of them covered me from neck to risk to me. I was personally attacked on a groundless card that was meant to deflect attention away from the trial I mean I feel sympathy for her yeah this sucks yeah. It feels bad to be accused of something you didn't do Nancy..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

03:13 min | 6 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Did she did she just say I respect the constitution and in like two minutes later she said like the constitution is bullshit because it doesn't protect victims. Irish. Constitution has never done a thing for me in my entire life. which sucks ass. Plus the Constitution's hard. When it comes down to what goes on in the courtroom, it's the state versus the massive power of the defendant's constitutional protections. But. The defense even with multi-million dollar pockets for investigators and experts. Are you to agree that the prosecution's the one with unlimited resources and manpower to prosecute the quote Little Guy Fucking God Nancy. It's like she's complaining but speed limits by talking about like formula. One drivers, right that's really good comparison. Cars are capable of going this fast somewhere in the world right and therefore this, that's what's going to happen on the street where your child is playing hockey right? That's not how ninety nine point nine percent of trials work. Let's really get into the sentence though I'll read it again when it comes down to what goes on in the courtroom, it's the state versus the massive power of the defendant's constitutional protections. She hates the constitution so much. Find someone who loves you as much as Nancy grace the constitution. So where does she go with this? Surely has examples. Okay. Well, I. Actually, this is Great. She goes right into her favorite guy. We also saw this argument in the Peterson case truth Garra goes ended up with some of the world's most renowned experts like Doctor Henry Lee and Sarah Wecht at has back call. It's like I. Guess Mark Era Goes Yeah Nemesis and to forensic scientists that I've definitely heard of. Also like since we released our previous Nancy grace episodes several people have tweeted at me and been like Mark Garrett goes does suck though I've been like you know what I bet you're right. We've established at Nancy is technically correct about everything that she's saying it's just irrelevant. It doesn't matter. Yes. Yeah. What's interesting is that she's actually making her entire book is an argument about how the rich have different justice system that other people because I think. Once, you're trial becomes a media sensation. You will often get like some super duper duper high powered lawyer because they want the media attention So basically, all of these cases, all of them are actually just illustrating the flaws in the justice system for rich defendants like the way that high powered lawyers have perverted the criminal justice system like she could write a really good book about like White Collar Crime and rich people justice. But she saying this thing that happens two point one percent of defendants is a problem for everyone else and we need to change the system to make it. Harder on rich people even those who going wiggle out of it anyway, and it's only gonNA end up harming poor people. Yeah and in the same way that I think the way that you know our cultural understanding of like Cynthia Paths and serial killers allows people to assume that.

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"nancy grace" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

04:42 min | 7 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"If I never got to see them again that's how it leads for better or for work. But you live your life. differently. You're very faithful. Person has your faith helped you get through this? Well I tell you something if I didn't have my say if I didn't. My Lord. If I didn't have Christ I don't think I can keep going and I feel very strongly that all right do not want to believe as a crack. I don't want to be a Chris and exciting one as a way to numb the thought that this is all there is this the air I don't want my life to be centered around thought that Christ's perfect is a crutch for comfort to me. I want to believe because I. Believe it's true and I do and I could not imagine a world I don't want. A world without Christ in it has been Kurt and a solo and drink when I didn't have any one else gives me strength and I'm very grateful for that. And I also believe that my fate is what got me through everything will live for on the beginning to now. I try. But you know what? He never said I'm going to be easy. So the fact that Christianity Yeah my wife doesn't make it easier. Just. Let me are. I'm not a one not wild of that. I, have two more questions for you. I one you and I talked with a lot of people at conferences who are interested in forensics psychiatry and prosecution. So what advice would you give them? Anybody who wants to be a prosecutor like you were my advice is to go for forget everything anybody else tells you give it two hundred percents. As hard as you can work their cards, you can't take every opportunity to learn to understand more to do more. Because you will burn out and you gotta go while the dough. Good. You have the urge to do it. Don't question it. Go before to like now you get lol you go to law school and you're getting conned about how much money you can make I'm pretty you can have you can move for politically at the lawyer. No follow your heart. Excellent advice from Nancy. Grace Everybody knows the hard hitting prosecutor side of you the bulldog Nancy Grace. But I want people to know the Nancy Grace that I know that I met who is kind and uplifting always quick with a favor like this podcast and genuinely loves people. So you're so well known this no nonsense attorney who takes no prisoners who is Nancy grace really I don't to think about who am I why am I year and ponder the big questions.

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"nancy grace" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

04:08 min | 7 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Well this playground not anything at all was no grass on it. Y- beat down and I got walking around looking at it. It was covered in broken glass in there were used rubbers out there a couple of glasses bags that were used for for. Dope. I anti hypodermic.

"nancy grace" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

05:29 min | 7 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Welcome back. This is a very special interview episode. I've had the privilege of working with Nancy Grace for about three years now, and I had a preconceived notion about ninety like most of us do just based on her television personality as a bulldog lawyer. I met her on set of a television show pilot here in Los Angeles a couple of years ago. And I haven't laughed that hard in a very long time. Gregarious funny. Outspoken by far smart. Kind. Uplifting and so many other things and she proved me wrong very quickly about my preconceived notion about her personality. I WanNa to talk to her about her experience as a prosecutor in Atlanta. and. How she dealt with the fallout from her huge caseload. Nancy has always been true victims advocate always driving for Truth and justice, and that's the side of the personality that we all know and love. But there's that other side. And that's what I wanted to bring forward and once you hear this interview I think you'll understand what I'm talking about. First thing I want to do is go right into the way back machine. When you were a prosecutor was there a case that hit you especially hard that you still carry with you? One. Rain young boy. Gang. Or on the playground on Sunday night. It was in housing projects. They were gophers. And the people that downward. So. There wasn't a lot of sympathy for them. Outside myself and the investigators work mckanie because I met their parents. And their friends. Practically live in the housing project warily not. Everybody with Mark Talk Greenie back to back door. On find, there's crack houses nothing in there, but burned out Fokker addicts. I never seen anything like I'm why I remember trying to find an ear witness and not in the door of one apartment and a young girl she's probably about. Sixteen and she was taking care of about seventeen and. Not, doing they not in somewhere in the middle and. About eight or nine that were lying on the floor. TV was going soap operas and everything was fine and the apartment that I went the kitchen sat down kitchen dining and. I was wondering prior to sit down and talk to me. All the shoulder drank with quiet. Run on the shoulder. Now, look the wall at KLOPP. There's a core Downey, the wall plugged in down the floor but. The clock was up on the wall above the table. There had to be. Ernie roaches. Going all over the wall. I didn't want to embarrass her she like eating dinner sitting right there at the table. And I want to embarrass her or so any emotion that that was not okay as so I didn't move my chair I just continue with the interview. Talking to her about what she on. I remember when I finally I talk her got up. Walked out of the kitchen back to then for the front door one on the babies just laying there. One hundred and is Open I. Lost Weight. I remember when I walk out that door it was cold outside. And I breathed into date when I was walking my car. And I can't really describe I. Tore Up. So happy to get out of that apartment. And with breathing in that cold air. But yeah, just go to crying it. Thank God. And I got in my car. And drove away. there. was another incident related tiny apartment complex nick sang sake as I said, the murders went down on Mike Ground. Thank around eleven o'clock on Sunday night is our call. So there weren't a lot of people outside. And I calmed the playground over and over looking for anything that may have been left behind one day I found acting there find witnesses early in the morning or late at night. For. The bedtime catch them with being ambushed them in the afternoon. I found out the time to get them in school bus came in because the children will be going into these parliament and I can get in and find a witnesses I. got there. You know about one o'clock and started hitting in my car waiting. He thought well, you know what? I'm going to walk through the playground we're time for everybody gets home. A walked at the playground and I remember in my elementary school playground with a merry go round and over time that you ran and then you good on it and it would go around around and rings and they were at the edge of a pastor. Dan a swing out over the past time to me like Joe going so high..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

03:28 min | 8 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"She stood stiffly with her hands by size, and refused to raise her right one to swear on anything. She was the only person out of nearly one hundred who wouldn't raise her hand and solemn promised uphold her duty k., and she questions her and finds out that. says. What do you do in your spare time? What do you mean by that well? Do you like to read you like to dance? He stiffened to the Mir suggests can he'd like to dance I? Don't dance. That struck me as odd being. The May kajillions swing champion her age category. The only word sentence that I know is champion. I had a woman who refused to dance. Who wouldn't raise her hand and take the oath, and I put her on the jury at out. Her related disallowed her from passing judgment in any way on another person under any circumstance even at a jury trial. It's a miracle I got a guilty verdict at all and I thought the stripper was my problem. No way it was the church lady, but then aren't jury trials in all, but two states unanimous, so if she got the guilty verdict that indicates that this juror eventually voted with the rest of the jurors, so it's interesting that most of Nancy Grace's story are like. That could have gotten bad, but it didn't close one. And then we have why station doesn't were, but again. This is only for fucking celebrity trials. Numbers of how many sequestered juries there you're not going to get any numbers at any time. That is not what's going to happen for you. And her argument is basically that an embittered big jury, and then it doesn't protect them from media that if they decide, they WANNA find out. What's the news from family members are going to anyway. I can't take this I am googling. How many juries are sequestered? Hang on for it. Okay! This is a article from bank juries. Equestrian is rare, typically ordered in. High profile criminal cases. It sounds like it was done for the George Zimmerman trial. It was done for Bill Cosby. This is not something that happens very often, Nancy. This is not a problem with the criminal justice system. Yeah, you're not really thinking about the goals of this book. True True Goal here is to inflame an upset the reader and it's like having a bucket of ice water, dumb tiny. Oh, to be told that like this is an issue in like a fraction of a fraction. Yeah of her legal proceedings that work their way your system every day, but like she's very deliberately like picking all of the cherries around the Big Fat Plump Cherries. Nancy, a Little Tiny Cherries grace I'm just belaboring this metaphor as much as I. Like it. It's kind of like. I mean, but it's like so silly of an That's the kind of meanness. Okay, so here's a nicely boring point that she made that I really like. In many jurisdictions is are not allowed to take notes. Some check his favourite. Some don't it's all a function of the local rules? Okay? Lawyers aren't expected to keep track of everything without notes. So why should jury? It's very hard. Take all the evidence without them. This might be the best part of the book. Actually. She's got me right. That's the one thing I will unreservedly agree with Nancy Grace. Fan We'll should be able to take notes so people ask me what the fuck is about. Which I'm sure, it happens all the time you it'd be like it is a book where Nancy Grace Bravely argues that jurors should be allowed to take no. Here's a good one. Another nonsensical courtroom practices withholding written copy of the law from the jury..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"And defendants <Speech_Music_Female> to <Speech_Music_Female> literally get away with <Speech_Music_Female> murder. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> These are the rules lawyers <Speech_Male> have to play by, <Speech_Male> and they aren't going to change. <Speech_Male> They may <Speech_Female> fluctuate a tiny bit <Speech_Female> based on supreme. Court <Speech_Female> rulings big generally <Speech_Male> speaking <SpeakerChange> those <Speech_Male> the rules I <Speech_Male> also hate due process <Speech_Male> club <Speech_Male> at one <SpeakerChange> same page. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Oh, and then this is great, too, <Speech_Female> because she's previously <Speech_Female> complained <Speech_Female> about a defendant <Speech_Female> wearing. She hasn't complained <Speech_Female> about it, but he's like he <Speech_Female> was wearing a jail issue <Speech_Female> jumpsuits. 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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

04:26 min | 8 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Modesto Attorney William Arthur. Miller were called many of the same things plus allegations of animal sacrifice. He said group members listen to heavy metal music just before the murders and remember talk of group members dancing at one point is if in a ritual go miller, said crime scene photos revealed scrap paper's scrawled the ritual choir, or chant a length of hair from one of the victims fixed by a magnitude refrigerator door. He says the sickness, or said to US parts of victims physical being to cast spells. A lot look like satanic worship, said of the writings here or call the member saying that quote. The sacrifice of a newborn baby was the cleanest thing you could do. I took that to mean most cleansing Milley said. Some of the writings revealed references to alters witchcraft, bloodletting curses dining with the Dan. Pentagram demons, goats, stations secret and quote the fodder of darkness. Celebrity Group referred to itself as children of Satan Children, the night, false prophets of revelations and chugging jury of People's fate. I mean there's actually sounded pretty convincing to me at the beginning and now I'm like extremely less convinced. What parts hunter convincing to you initially what do that like? This is a fucking Colt and like there's some dude in charge of. Of It who brainwash these people into committing murders for him like that's something that has happened beyond. Yeah, it's interesting that the media needs to be these like weird dumb artifacts of ritualistic stuff in like heavy metal and hair on a magnet, and these sorts of things that don't actually really matter like the media has to believe in the power of the. The satanism to consider the satanism important exactly it's like it reminds me of the panic over street gangs that you'd have three or four kids that are arrested for beating somebody up or whatever and they would try to exotic sized this group of kids like they had signs and symbols that they send to each other, and they wore the same clothes and. It's like they're accused of an assault like an assault is bad enough. It really doesn't matter if they had like a secret handshake like that doesn't make the crime anymore exotic, but it's like this. Push to make it like the separate thing like it's a different category of crime. It's the same thing here. I don't like goats I mean I care. About goats because I like go. Yeah I mean. I, guess the question is like. Why does the cold part matter like? Why is that important and like it seems to be important. The defense attorneys in this case because. Talking about how they were. Part of a Colt is a way to talk about how their own agency was abused chipped away over time, and that's potentially useful defense right, and then if you're the media, then I guess it matters Pensacola because like that's a scary story that moves us. Like. What happens when you zoom in on these pieces of evidence and you start having debate about like. was there a lawnmower? was there not a lawnmower? Is You forget zoomed out thing that like? If all of this is true? If there was an occult murder in this city number of years before the Lacy Peterson murderer, and if there was a brown van parked in that neighborhood on that day, neither one of these are evidence that Lacey Peterson was killed by his identical like you need evidence that yeah, I mean I think what I find most interesting about this whole coal de sac actually. Is that like the Satanic? Satanic Colt, murder aspect is credible in itself if it's true that there lake talking about worshiping Satan, if that's what they believe themselves to be doing in a you know, and then it depends on how you define call, but if you have like a group of people living under the thumb of a charismatic leader, who's controlling their behaviors and thoughts than like yeah, that's probably a whole..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

04:42 min | 8 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"We're doing the dark grace I. Don't know I've been watching a lot of Batman. tweets. About the Batman Movies, so I'm bracing myself like how many Batman Metaphors! This episode. Nancy retails her origin story. It reminds. If in the Tim Burton Batman Bruce Wayne was like Oh. My God the joker killed my parents, and then he was like oh no. You didn't actually I really hate joker, right? Nancy Grace Begins, and now we're going to talk. Really go through Nancy Grace's book as quickly as possible. Thank you and talk about her various characters in her various arguments and the things that he is objecting to and a lot of this episode I. Think is going to be about Scott. Peterson because a lot. Nancy's book is about the Scott Peterson case I believe because that had been really the big grant headline making case in the years before the book came out, so she has to talk about it, and so do we. Yes, we're back to our anesthesia series of things. Mike is only vaguely aware of thank God. We're back to talking about a case involving a dead baby, which I'm very sorry. But let's dive in because. Yes Center we get started the sooner we'll be done. We're just we're. It's this is like the part in the hobbit where they're going through the scary forest. We gotta get Pruitt, so let's start with defense attorneys and other widely characters. I have known. We've already heard a little bit of this character. I'll give you Nancy's first paragraph. I was doing my job. That's the tired offered up by every defense attorney whenever they're asked how they do what they do. How they pull the wool over jurors is to make sure the repeat offender. They're defending watched free. This is an interesting refers sentenced for like one reason this camping out at me. You WanNa. Be See it. She's assuming that is the nature of every defense attorney to defend repeat offenders. Oh, anti, sure that they walk free. Because a lot of our system in the United States is based on plea bargaining and like right. I think there are a lot of cases that you were blake out and be like my coal is not freedom here. is like something less than what Nancy Grace wants. Right? Bret, unless trying get through this whole paragraph..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

03:46 min | 8 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"I think we all cancel people in our hearts, and that's where the reality of the term resides. Welcome to you're wrong about where the Nancy's over the past become the Karens of the present except Nancy Kerrigan. I thought it would take you longer to bring that up. Ready. Into a woman in in a way fear. Giving, it her aw, I'm Michael Hobbs I'm reporter for the having post. I'm Sarah Marshall and working on a book about the panic panic and we have a new theme song I'm so excited about the see like Oh. Yeah! We have gotten the comment many times smart listeners that we have a sort of Surf Rock, but a little bit spooky energy and we're now replicating that in our theme music. So I sent you, Mike a batch of songs and I saw that one in kind of on a whim like I really like this. There's new he might go for it. I guess going to talk to them, and then you're like none of these work. Except for that one key Surf Rock and I was like. This is my doing so if you hate Chang my idea than blame me and I'll be the most sympathetic to u of anybody. We made our logo a little bit happier. We're making our music little bit happier. I may more overtime figuring out what kind of show this actually is, versus what we kind of started off imagining it might be like and yeah. I I feel like we have a scary surf rock hard. Yes, and I updated the logo without telling you, so we're even. And we are on patron dot com slash. You're wrong about and pay PAL. Lots of other ways to support the show and we have been gathering questions for our First Ama and we are going to be telling you more about that. When we knew more brace on and today, we are talking about Nancy. Grace again. I'm so sorry we're your stuck here in. Dinosaur killing pit. I have no idea what this episode is about. The only thing that I know is that at one point you told me I just got off the phone with a lawyer for research so all I know is that there are lawyers involved Nancy. Grace's book is saying disparaging things about defense lawyers, so I feel like I have to talk to defense lawyers like I literally had a conversation where I was like. Let me tell you what Nancy Grace. Says Unlike respond to Nancy Grace's accusations. Getting Real. Yeah what what are we talking about today? What's where we diving in well I? Mean as you'll recall in our stance. He grace episode. We kind of started getting of Nancy Grace's book, and he'd hold us her Oregon Story and re fact. Check that a little. And yet us about that experience I mean basically what we learned. IS THAT NANCY? Grace because radicalized against the American criminal justice system as the result of her fiance, being murdered and everything going exactly as it's supposed to that the person who killed her fiancee did a life sentence, and then over time her origin story has slowly morphed into this thing where it's like a lifelong criminal, and he's on parole and the justice system was too easy on him, and if only it was different than her husband wouldn't have died Cetera et Cetera, but that launched her career as like a tough talking tough prosecuting prosecutor. Yeah, we kind of have done like Nancy grace rises yeah..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Wow, okay, so now. You've had kind of a dose of her. Tell me about your experience. Primetime Nancy Grace. Yet I had assumed that she had kind of always been talking head, or like the way that she came to be known by US Joe Engineer in Q. Driveway. Commenting on the J Simpson trial, but it sounds like she actually was a media darling as a prosecutor, necessarily as a commentator and so CNN, or whoever plucked her out of obscurity and sort of doing these stories on like the lady, prosecutor, and then she. Rose to prominence that way as this moral crusade that she was on him, and somebody eventually offer her TV deal. Well I don't know how well she was known as a prosecutor, but. I do think that like telegenic lady prosecutors were. Sought after media commodity in the nineties. Yeah, and she's very charming like, can you? Can you talk about her charm in this a little bit? I mean she's got the whole like Clarence Darrow like now. I'm I'm not some fancy lawyers than in front of you. Kinda like snapping your suspenders. A little bit I'm just a deputy district. I'm just someone who does this for a living quickest. Yeah, but like making yourself personable making kind of a personal appeal, a personal appeal to the jury decency, but I would say before we got back into her book that like what I find compelling about her in this footage, and I feel kind of like less of as she's gotten like more and more angry. This sort of focused on a larger audience on her shows now which I really relate to in this early footed, especially as just the fact that lay. She is clearly so sure of her conclusions. Yeah, and there's something charismatic about Bat. We are drawn to that as people and yeah, it's were. Noticing in ourselves and noticing kissed the charisma of people who are sure what they're doing with their lives. Or who act that way, right? There's a reason why a con man. The full word of that is confidence man, and what I learned when I was interviewing investigators of white collar. Crimes is one thing that links a lot of white collar crime..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Cops and then sort of go on this crusade about how like there should be longer sentences for rapists that to me. Make some sort of sense because there really is an injustice at the heart of that, even if I think the response to it is disproportionate, but in this one it's like what are you mad about? Nancy right I mean. She's really like the patron saint of Karen's I. Just about to say the original Karen Right. It's like it's like so Nancy. You're telling me that like your fiance was murdered. The police swiftly identified and the legal system swiftly convicted the intellectually disabled Guy Teenager who had done it. And they convicted him in like less than a whole day of deliberations, and he never filed any appeals, and it never looked like he was gonna get out of prison. What are you unhappy with? What did he want? But Sarah, he didn't look at her so. He didn't stand up and shout about how he was. Innocent should have the net. She would have written a much longer anecdote in her book about how that made by guilty. It's like the Guy I dated that used to yell at Uber Drivers when we were stuck in traffic. Oh, it's like I. Get that you're mad that we're now going to be late. Late to this thing, but like you can't blame this person for what Seattle is exactly like you're mad at the situation, but you're applying that to like whatever person is nearby. Yeah, and I guess according to Nancy Grace Lake the defense becomes the problem, so it's interesting because she thinks he's presenting the slakes Superhero Oregon story as like. My planet was destroy. Raised by farmers. Look. Listen you're like you're actually a super villain. This is actually a super villain story, because it's a story about you responding with irrational disproportionate nece, fresh something that you experienced and unlike basing your whole identity around avenging this perceived injustice. Sing the aspects of the crime, but she changes are very interesting, and then the actual story of the crime to me is maybe the most interesting change that she makes because evidently the nineteen year old who killed her fiance Keith. Did so because he had been fired and blamed Keith for it. And, so he came in and shot. Keith, it's sort of I mean it's sort of like what Nancy Grace's doing. It's like a bad situation wall that. Then blaming on this one individual. You went there a. Who right like something went terribly wrong and. You take it out on one person. That's I mean that's again though I mean, the structural incentives are always toward emphasizing the stranger danger aspect of things rather than like the completely every day. Thing of a dispute between two people escalates to this place that is totally absurd, which is a much more common story. Yeah, we're just like someone who you didn't even know. You were potentially having a dispute with Blake decides to develop a grudge about you and yeah. Yeah Salako stuff that she changes. Makes it a crime. That's like emblematic of the kind of crime. She is attempting to be tough on where it's like put people in prison sooner and for less of a reason, and also like the idea like someone who's who's killing someone for the small amount of money in their wallet. Like you hear that rhetoric, all time gets true. It's like his victims. Life was only worth..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

05:14 min | 9 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Yeah, what Nancy? Grace most certainly appears to want is some form of retribution. Do we know anything about the circumstances of her husband's death? Her fiancee's. and yes, we do let me jump to a place in the book where she talks about that, so this is from chapter one. Defense attorneys and other Wiley characters. I Have Known Nancy, writes my deep seated ethical problem with defense attorneys, likely traces back to my being a witness in Keith's murder trial. The whole thing has always been big Blerta me, but I do distinctly remember going to the courthouse as a witness, the cavernous courtroom reminded me of the one and to kill Mockingbird, the witness stand with several feet, high directly below and in front of me sad that offended and his lawyer. The defendant never looked me in the face. He never could bring. His is up to meet mine. I didn't know it at the time, but that must have been when I began to formulate my theory on the importance of what I call behavioral evidence behavior that is so disturbing, so abnormal are curious at logically points either guilt or pangs of conscience. No, if I had been on trial for the murder of another's loved one, I would scream out. I didn't do it. I didn't do it. Please believe me I will never hurt you, but the defendant did nothing remotely like that. He slipped away, avoiding my eyes. Because he knew he had murdered someone and looking at me and the rest of Keith's family, he had to realize the incredible pain. He had caused all over a wallet with thirty five dollars in it. There was no cross examination that I recall. It was over I guess slowly stood up and made my way down the stops and out of the courtroom. No one said a word and as I passed the defense table I slowed down and look at him. He never looked at me. Even the defense attorney looked away her me. This is like the logic of child. This guy probably did it completely understandable for her to have this deep infinite sense of anger at the person who took her fiance away from her. That is completely understandable, but what's frustrating is like she's literally stealing this to the worst kind of evidentiary analysis, because this is something here all the time like Nancy Grace has not by any means alone here and being like he wouldn't look at me, or he just seemed guilty he..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

05:42 min | 9 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Defended their client. that's. Cereal some like you know perfectly well as a former prosecutor that both sides have to be working and like. Actually kind of anti-legal system. She's a nihilist. She's technically ANTIFA. But. I, don't actually know were commenting on the OJ. Simpson trial, see I could have completely made that up. I thought that that's where she came from, but she she that I might be missing her up with somebody else, but yeah, she has been on TV since nineteen ninety six. She is on TV still. She has a daily true crime radio show daily and she has a new book. Coming out in September called. Don't be a victim colon fighting back against America's Crimewave, which is a fascinating title because America's crime rates have been steadily falling for thirty years. Yeah, that's really shameless and so I mean. Do you know which? Is, kind of like her her big case. No Casey, Anthony Oh. This is one that we need to do. Because I've been saying completely. Free I literally no nothing about this case. This was a case where a young woman in Florida was accused of killing her daughter, who was a toddler, and was in the end found not guilty, and the verdict that I think the majority of the American public disagreed with she like she really looked bad. The trial made her look bad, okay, but also the jury found her not guilty, and because rare that that happens in a high profile trial. And so Nancy grace had been kind of leading the charge and the media's. Crusade of you know Casey. Anthony is a monster and she called her tot mom. This is like one of the things. He became notorious for its way. Yeah she's like a walking talking tabloid headlines and called Casey Anthony. Tot Mom man, so here's what Nancy Grace said about where tot mom came from. This is from an interview. She did with Bill. O'Reilly. She says when I in law school I would often cases that I would have to memorize hundreds and hundreds sometimes thousands of pages of legal documents for class, and it was easier for me to remember a case by the content of the case, not the name, so I would naming case by the content in this case I needed content that would fit at the bottom of the screens were viewer would know. Know, what we were talking about and tot mom fit. It was nothing personal. Sure I to me the point of illegal system in the way the media works around it is the public is already going to be pretty poisoned by the presumption of guilt. Yes, the so it seems really counter to the ideals of justice to have a media that enthusiastically encouraged his thumb to travel even farther in that direction. Especially, if that particular media person is a former prosecutor like what the goals of the system. Are Host to be bright, so I guess what I find most interesting about Nancy grace is that I started researching her a couple of years ago and I. Remember suggesting her is a showing your like..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

04:21 min | 9 months ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Yeah I was thinking. I should write like fan fiction about like her Miami. Starting a wizard innocence project that ever being a to her the way they were about her house, L. Liberation Project. Welcome to Iran about the true crime podcast that tries to focus on the true part more than the Crime Bartsch. Has that I would say that we're a true crime. podcast focused on the impossibility of ever knowing the truth about anything. Determines how the crime part, but we? We have our own approach to this I was trying to say something that sounded pithy cute, but it didn't have to be accurate I think you're taking the opposite approach. Oh No! Episode is all about that So. I Michael Hobbs I'm reporter for the Huffington Post. I Sarah Marshall. I am working on a book about the Satanic Panic and you can support the show on. And on pay pal, or you can buy a t shirt, or you can not do any of those things and donate to other stuff. We still love you. Yes, and today. We're talking about Nancy Grace. I'm nervous, yeah! First of all I don't WanNa be Wrong Nancy Grace. Grace has done harm to the country, and I'm not ready to give that up and I'm afraid that you're GonNa make me feel complicated about her I. Don't know that's not really my goal here to try and facilitate empathy for Nancy. Grace and I feel like I approach to whatever subject we have is dictated by like the kind of run. They've had to this point. And like Nancy. Grace has been in charge you her narrative in a way that very few women are. She has been on TV for hours every week your for years. She has helped define what her crime media is in this country s and her view of things has found a lot of purchase an American media. She has not been unheard or unless and to her. He is unable to make her point of view extremely clear and so it is not my job to help her do that. Thank God. Utter jobs today, but yet we're talking about her book. One of her books. She has a few bucks, but the one that we are talking about is called objection. Exclamation point which I don't know about you. WanNa. Title has an exclamation point in it I assume it's a musical i. know or like a Flash Gordon serial. Objection how high priced defense attorneys, celebrity defendants and a twenty four seven media have hijacked our criminal justice system..

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"nancy grace" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"nancy grace" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nancy grace mmhm mmhm and your father was a theologian and eventually a seminary dean so you really did grow up in you know in the bosom of the church at every level of your of your family life yeah there's a lot of talk these days in the world about the difference between what is spiritual and what is religious it's a reunion the distinction that it that is Pat but Serena's passionate about is the distinction between religion and theology and we're rediscovering the power of story in this culture you also say this about the move that theology Max which is it's not the mere telling of our stories and our troops that you said we can tell our stories to the day is done and then wake up tomorrow and tell more of them that's not a challenge for us the challenge is using our stories to explore the questions so what and that the all the particular world of the ology that you run in the forms you is you you call prairie theology so you an online have known each other for a number of years and one thing that's really important that we have in common is that we both grew up in Oklahoma Serena Grove in the small town of Billings and I grew up in the small town of shiny both of us steeped in church yours progressive disciples of Christ mind conservative southern Baptist so there's a way in which are the religiosity of our childhoods was similar in ways in which was very different I do want to read it you know you you talked about yeah the theology of your childhood and Reverend Larry who preached about greed he talked about one day one Sunday Reverend Larry preach that the sin of greed is the greatest of all and then he moved on to talk about how the early disciples had shared everything giving to each according to their need and he said I know it's not popular se so these days but Jesus is early disciples were he leaned forward to confidentially share with the congregation at the end of the sermon they were communists my kid brain had no idea what communist men but I got the bigger point we were supposed to share what we had for me that meant giving twenty cents of my weekly dollar allowance to the church as my ties against poverty so tell some of that store it's kind of your story is part of our stories upon hearing and one of the reasons I decided to start the book with the story of my family coming to Oklahoma is it is a microcosm of all of the conflicts and contradictions of our country today it's all there so my fathers mother her family came on a wagon train from Pennsylvania and they were Sooners and they they were gonna own horses and grab the flag and homesteaded in Billings my father's father's family came from Tennessee on the first train to stop in the small town of kima and they were running from the law my uncle had my uncle had killed a man and and stole his force and stealing a horse was worse than killing a man because it it destabilize the whole community so aunts uncles everyone had to get on the horse income get on their wagon train come because that horse and so you use is sort of a meeting of these two different worlds one this staunch staunchly disciple homesteading couple in these renegade outlaws and in that mix also enters my great great grandfather Redmond brown who was Cherokee whose family came on the trail of tears the mass genocide on March from North Carolina where my great great great grandmother Mary brown never left her her home actually in Cherokee North Carolina but then it all sort of comes together for me in a in a very troubling story that I think is key to our nation one that literally knocks the breath out of me I still remember to this day when it when it hit me I was in a classroom at Yale leading a search committee I was the chair and for a new position in African American religious thought and the person was giving the lecture behind him were pictures from postcards of lynchings and as I sat there looking at these postcards suddenly one dropped and it was of a young woman lynched from a bridge you couldn't see in the frame her son who was next to her who had also been lynched at the bottom it says Lauren Nelson nineteen eleven it's hard to talk about is said Keymer Oklahoma and in my world just for inside me imploded there are maybe three hundred people in the town in nineteen eleven and two thirds of the more my family hi so there was no way that my family did not know or most likely participate in but it's not a story that have been passed down and if they had not participated they would have told the story.

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Nancy Grace Roman, 'Mother Of Hubble' Space Telescope, Has Died, At Age 93

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Nancy Grace Roman, 'Mother Of Hubble' Space Telescope, Has Died, At Age 93

"The Hubble space telescope Roman died on Christmas at the age of ninety three. Here's NPR's. Russell lewis. Nancy grace Roman always loved to look up at the stars. And imagine at the age of four her favourite object to draw was the moon in fifth grade. She organized an astronomy club when she got to high school. She met with a guidance counselor to plot out a future as a scientist. And she looked down or knows that me and sneered what lady would take mathematics instead of Latin in fact in a field dominated by men. She never let that get in the way she got a doctorate in astronomy and worked at the naval research laboratory, and then nessa nessa was whole six. Months old and was a great place to work at that time. It was everybody was gunman whole early on. She had to convince ground based astronomers space astronomy was worth doing David divorce and of the national air and Space Museum says that wasn't easy. She had that very very large gala -tarian view of how to make space astronomy part of astronomy. And I think that is very important like among the many projects she oversaw was the creation of the Hubble space telescope the idea had been around for a while. But in an NPR interview last year, she recalled bringing in astronomers from across the country to meet with NASA engineers, we sat down together and developed a the outline of a design that the engineers thought would be feasible and that the numbers thought would what they wanted three to one.

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National Review Board: Bishops can't be trusted

24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

National Review Board: Bishops can't be trusted

"A call for bishops to step aside and, the investigation into sexual abuse by priests in the American Catholic church national review board was formed in two thousand. Two in the wake of the clergy sexual abuse scandal that started. In the Boston archdiocesan rocked the church globally. One of the stated goals was to prevent future. Sexual misconduct they're now responding to the shocking grand jury report on clergy sexual abuse and six diocesan Pennsylvania the board wants the investigation led exclusively by parisioners saying the new. Wave of scandals indicates a systematic problem in which bishops can't be trusted as for the abuse itself the, board calls an evil. Caused by a loss of moral leadership

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