19 Burst results for "Nine Billion Years Ago"

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

05:27 min | 3 d ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"May have flipped the nhi. Anytime you see. I knew. I flipped on intelligence human intelligence. So there's you know. My my theory thesis is that life is abundant throughout the galaxy throughout the universe. Like this everywhere right. It grows between the sidewalks in the streets of new york. That's live coming up. I this why would it just e on this planet. The dna molecule is older than the earth. This has been proven. Are suggested by eric nolan. At the university of vegas. He said dna is too complicated. Too complex to have originated or billion years ago. It seems to be at least nine billion years ago so if dna is older than life on earth. And maybe we're not such a freak of nature you know scientists. Tell us we're freaks of nature but we're not we are part of a cosmic ecology. Let's call it this where life is abundant and it's and it's an emergent property means it. It appears naturally you know out of what existence is so. Why wouldn't it be out there. And why would not. Why would not be intelligent life and we were looking on mars. And i think you know they probably already found bacteria but maybe life is underground there. So yeah it's it's something that we have to start to get used to and stop considering ourselves freaks of nature one of the things that i have realized on interested to hear your take away is seems lanc especially in the last ten years. This conversation has become so mainstream. That the wu. Oh my god. They're crazy for even daring to speak about this publicly. That seems to sort of not be there with the same intensity one of my Observations of that was when the sky turned blue and new york city And that was some time ago. I think it was in two thousand nineteen And they were saying that was due to a connect thing but when the when you were talking to The people on the street a lot of people immediately assumed that that could be some thing connected to an extraterrestrial phenomenon..

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

05:25 min | 2 weeks ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"If i can put it that way so our milky way stars are de kind of like the sun. They've got the composition of the some whereas the thick disk stars are much more ancient. And that comes about because you can tell that. They've got far fewer of these metals in their spectrum. So the spectrums much more light primitive styles does that existed hundreds of sorry tens of probably tens of let me get it right. Hundreds of millions tens of billions i mixing make millions and billions andrew several billion years ago. Let me put it that way. So that's time in the past when the stars that were shining than had fewer of these heavy metals in the spectrum because they haven't been generated yet they haven't been made by that those generations of stars so the thing disk in the thick disk a separate distinct in the sense that the thick disk is an older structure so when scientists tried to build models of how you would you might form thin disc gonna thick disk with these properties. They ran into trouble. And the only way that you could get the structure was if you had quite specific events where you have a medium size galaxy in collision with hours something like nine billion years ago and that is a process. That's pretty rare. We know that galaxies eat other smaller galaxies but big galaxies. Colliding is a bit rarer and so the suggestion was that our galaxy was unusual because it had this collision nine billion or so years ago. So you know that was one of the reasons why we thought he wasn't pretty at. It was maybe quite unusual and might may be richer in these metals than other galaxies. And of course that plays into things like the origin of life and all of those issues. How much carbon. You've gotten things like that. So what these scientists have done is looked at other galaxies that a similar in appearance to the milky way our own galaxy using an instrument on the very large telescope down there in chile and made.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Bob you talked about the great oxygenation event or the great nation atrophy and you were talking about the future oxygen levels in the atmosphere. But there's a new study which which tweaks are understanding of the history of oxygen in our atmosphere really. It's pretty cool. yeah and it. It answer some questions though. It always raises more and it'd be good opportunity to review sort of a broad brush strokes of history of oxygen in the atmosphere of earth. So as many of you probably know the earth formed the current earth foreign by four point five billion years ago when a mars sized object hit the proto earth forming earth 2.0. In the moon right. That's when the clock starts ticking on this now this is geologically when the earth began so at that point the things were hop but they eventually cool down. There was liquid water on the surface. We had a mostly nitrogen atmosphere probably other stuff in there as well and but no oxygen right. There was basically no oxygen in the earth's atmosphere during this first phase. What what scientists call stage one in terms of the oxygenation of the earth's atmosphere then came stage. Two which is what we're we're we're gonna be talking about in terms of the new information stage to you starting around. You know three point. Five billion years ago but definitely by two point nine billion years ago. We have cyanobacteria and they would be breathing. Carbon dioxide combining it with water and making carbohydrates and Which is energy food right and oh two and oxygen so oxygen. Essentially being liberated from watering carbon dioxide and being re free oxygen is being released into the atmosphere. Now this free oxygen did not immediately start building up because we have a planet. Oxygen is the most reactive element on the periodic table. It will react with most of the other elements are in grand canyon form oxygen species so a lot of this oxygen starts immediately not only dissolving the water in the oceans but also combining with the any iron in the ocean beds so we have like this great russification of hedrick geologically we. This is.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on The Current

The Current

08:00 min | 2 months ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on The Current

"Frau's e old saint bald headed and musty scrawny neck recluse under pillar of blazing air which has not having. What do you make of death which you do not cause which you eat daily. I make life which is prayer. I make clean bones. I make a gray zinc noise which to me is zone well. Heart out of all this carnage. Could you do better. Margaret atwood reading vultures from The bedside book of birds print by her late partner. Graeme gibson so. I love the site of turkey. Vultures in fall in the fall migration over big city like toronto. you'll see turn drifting over the city and they're beautiful and kind of ominous but way up there and wonderful. How did they get a bad rep d thing. Well you can say why. What with the eating of the dead. And what have you. Yes the squawking meeting of the data mainland rob. It's because one of them has seen something to eat and the others watch all all of their pals when one drops they they will all come and say once up and then they will do certain amount of squabbling So we were on healey. We spent march there in the. The fairy doesn't run and march Was supposed to start running on the first of april but something went wrong and therefore we are on the island. we couldn't get off and The food was running low. So i was out on the lawn. Digging up the dandy lines because you can eaten dandelions in the spring and the spring vulture migration came through when vulture. See you down the sort of low position. I think Maybe something for me as soon so they all settled around the trine around in the trees and were watching me fall over pretty funny. You mentioned peel the island. You and graham helped create the The bird was observatory in lake. Erie down on the island. What does that place mean to him. Oh he loved it It is a it is a bird migration hotspot so if you look at a map of appeal and will say there's a chain of islands that is to be a limestone land bridge going right across like harry there is to be to like erie's and the islands that remain are remnants of that so although hawks denote like flying over open water a lot of birds will migrate across the leg and they typically stop at the southern end of pelly and they eat their way up to the northern and wait for a favourable wind and then they will takeoff and fly to the mainland of ontario where they will disperse out into the boreal forest in order to nest and a lot of them land on point peeling which means that. It's a birding hotspot too so he just a loved all of that and he particularly liked having people from other parts of the world who hadn't seen those birds come to see those birds so one of the more recent people that we had as an honorary broader at the peeling island heritage sanders springs hong event which involves a greenberg rise in conventional bird. Rice was Show unduly from australia. Who is birdlife australia and He had a wonderful time seeing they spring migrating woodland warblers which of course he would never have seen so burners are very sharing in that way. If you have not seen a bunch of birds of because you've never been to that place. They're very happy to show you around and our honorary burder. This year is coming to us remotely because we had to do online. But it's david lindo if you go to burger on twitter or other places he's called urban burder and he's currently in spain so he'll be beaming to us from spain and Less i'm talking to him for his show he said let's go to serbia and watch owls. Turn down you cannot turn down the then i said have you been insure noble yet and he said no i wanna go. Let me just before. I let you just a couple of quick things and one is about what we've seen in this pandemic where because people are at home. There's been a huge spike in the number of people who who have taken to watching birds Over the course this pandemic. And we spoken to david allen sibley about this and we spoken to people who perhaps to had taken birds for granted as you said and now have a new appreciation for them What do you think that this has given people in this moment. Well when you can't see your friends and relatives exempt online And you're you're worried about you know life and which people increasingly of have been aware of And you realize that puzzle mean life has more of transient and fragile than you may have thought I think it's been very coming to load of people to feel. I'm not alone on the planet and other creatures are doing okay. But i think we're gonna come out of the pandemic and we're going to focus even more than we have been on the climate crisis and the endangered species of problem So why paul life over and and we're going with it because we cannot actually survive of without other life particularly the oceans that accede to eighty percent of the oxygen that that we breathed as they dead one point nine billion years ago before which was a methane atmosphere so we need oxygen. We're a midsize job Life form. And i think the cockroaches will probably be okay but at the oxygen supply goes down down down. We will not be okay. So let's fix thought if we want to be. Species and birds are the canaries in the coal mine. So and the birds start of vanishing. You know there is something toxic around and possibly we should be looking into what that is and Doing something about our plastic and chemicals. Problem must thing this is. I mean the spring migration is on our doorstep and birds are starting to return and and it's magical and wonderful when you hear them where you see them for the first time. Having been away is there. You said he wasn't a a somebody who kept a scorecard in many ways. The birds that he saw it. Is there a bird that you see in that spring migration That lets you think of graham. Oh well yes we think of grimaldo time anyway but let's say the perth ontario warbler. He was always very Happy to see one of those and they do make it up as far as meds. Pey leon land as a beautiful bird. Gorgeous bargain is a great pleasure to talk to you as always thank you very much. Want to talk to you. Margaret atwood acclaimed canadian author and poet and she's written a new forward to the bedside book of birds by her late partner. Graeme gibson for more. Cbc podcasts go to cbc dot ca slash podcasts..

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Renault looks for new partners, third-quarter revenue falls

CNBC's Fast Money

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Renault looks for new partners, third-quarter revenue falls

"From the Nasdaq market site overlooking New York City's Times Square this is fast money I'm Melissa leak are traders on the Tim Seymour Karen Finer than guys johnny we're also joined against night by Markelle presidents have strategic wealth partners the busiest day of the earning season is officially in the books and there are a ton of after movers these in tally at all on our radar tonight while the very latest from each on their quarters but we begin with these stock to walk from the after hours that would be Amazon the tech giant falling hard after forty earnings miss we've got fourteen covered standing by to break down the results fast hunting gene monsters getting ready to fire up the old red phone in Minneapolis we kick things off with Warren Amazon's big conflict in his life for us in San Francisco Josh so Melissa besides the bottom top I've seen investors going to concentrate on this Q. Four guidance it is light calm between eighty six point five billion this shoot was eighty seven point four billion obviously for investors that's critical right cue for holiday quarter I did just have a call with Amazon let's see if O'Brien immediate call there are some one time items he did mention what you're going to weigh on on Q. Four just for example he mentioned a consumption tax kicking in Japan went from eight to ten percent that created some pre buying in his words in September that will have a net negative impact in Q. Four but the central question for investors is going to be the bottom line guys that was well below with the street was looking for on that call field a lot of questions about that is it all one shipping and he made it clear they are investment mode they do believe that's where they need to be there's a lot of cost in the short run he clearly believes that's where Emma Zahn needs to be and he says there's the evidence that it's paying off very good increase he said and purchase behavior from prime members thereby more products more often but obviously weighing on the bottom line. Aws I talked about that too with Mr softy listen it came in growth rate thirty five percent that was a sequential tick down nine billion that's a lighter than what the it was looking for guys at Baird I know we're looking around nine point one billion I did question about those some growth rates he says bottom line they're happy with the progress it's on a thirty six billion dollar run rate up nine billion year over year aws's says leads the industry and features in products not worried he seemed to indicate about these fluctuations quarter quarter Melissa back to you all right josh thank you we'll check back in with you with any other developments here let's try Amazon urine obviously going into this quarter expenses were the primary concern as always Amazon operating expenses grew faster than sales growth which I think people anticipated obviously not as much because the stock is down significantly in the after hours but if you look at it it's not it's not disaster that I think people want to portray yes I mean the growth rate in aws slowdown sodas or yesterday it's still pretty significant thirty six percent growth rate revenue guide absolutely disappointing but now you have to ask yourself everybody's dying to get in this thing a few months ago one of the levels tell you well I'll tell you exactly what to tell you. The recently was about thirteen sixty five give or take we made a recent high of twenty thirty five hundred a month and a half two months ago the level that we're at basically right now in the after ours is a fifty percent retracement of that entire move those double tops we've talked about forever have held up but now you're looking to play offense and Amazon instead the defense in my opinion if you're selling here you're trading wrong if you're dying to get into the stock a month ago would you have been dying to get into it knowing that the holiday quarter would have fallen short short of forecasts. Here's I'll take a different spin on what guy says but my glasses have full to Amazon historically the implied volume this thing we'd had it down mm percent I actually think this is a victory I actually think they've they've begun to smooth out their business aws while not growing where it is is clearly along with Microsoft these guys are head and shoulders google a distant third in my view are taking cloud of which we're less than ten percent of enterprise conversion onto the cloud I think it's very good news for them yeah I know that Prime Shipping Q. Four costs are going to be double what we're in the second quarter and if you look at fulfillment costs overall that's really hurting the margin so Amazon which meant a lot of money three four eight years ago into their logistics AARP warehousing and suddenly one day gave them the ability to turn it up a notch is doing the same thing that doesn't concern me as shameful and I have to tell you I do think this is an environment where you wanna be looking for opportunities to add Amazon because there's nothing about what they've told me today that signals is a structural problem with the company. Yeah I agree with that I mean obviously spend spend spend right they can afford to do it so you

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Was Earth's Oldest Rock Found on the Moon?

BrainStuff

06:53 min | 2 years ago

Was Earth's Oldest Rock Found on the Moon?

"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here on February six nineteen seventy-one. Be late astronaut Alan Shepard the commander of NASA's. Apollo fourteen mission was taking a walk on the moon. He and fellow space traveler, Edgar Mitchell were out gathering rocks around a depression called cone crater to quote shepherd himself. Many of these were hand sized grab samples, but the pair took home some larger mementos to one basketball sized rock collected by Shepard earned itself. A nickname big Bertha officially known as lunar sample one four three two one big Bertha weighs about nineteen pounds. That's nine kilograms making it the largest rock that Apollo fourteen brought back to earth and the third largest collected by any of the Apollo missions. Although shepherd found big Bertha on the moon that may not be where it story began. The rock is a Brescia a hodgepodge of geologic fragments called clasps which are held together by cement like mix. A newly published hype. Office says that part of big Bertha formed billions of years ago right here on planet earth. In fact, despite the lunar connection this could represent the oldest earth rock ever discovered. Big Bertha's origins were the focus of a study that was published in January in the journal earth and planetary science letters the paper's authors include an international team of geo. Scientists who looked the moon rocks procured by Apollo fourteen including lunar sample, one four three two one for the most part the classes on this famous Brescia are dark gray. But there's also a lightly colored one that catches the eye. It's made a fell site a kind of all Cannock rock that contains the minerals feld Spar end quartz. The light grade class which is two centimeters that's point seven inches across is loaded with tiny zircon crystals as well many cons contain vital information about what the environment was like when and where they formed close inspection of zircon and big Bertha's light. Patch showed that the crystals were produced by cool oxygen, rich magma. Yet molten rock of the sort doesn't exist anywhere near the moon's surface defined some you'd need to travel more than one hundred miles. That's one hundred sixty two kilometers below the surface of the moon where Shepard and Mitchell found big Bertha. So how did these cons and the class? They belong to end up on the surface of violent impact was probably involved when a meteorite or asteroids smacks into a planet or moon, it can transport material that's buried deep under the crest up to the surface. And as noted earlier big Bertha was found near an impact crater. So case closed, right? Well, maybe not cone crater and expanse measuring about two hundred and fifty feet that seventy six meters. Deep and a thousand feet or three hundred and four meters wide was created roughly twenty six million years ago. Scientists thinks that the violent episode that left this depression behind would have failed to dredge up geologic material lying more than forty five miles or seventy two kilometers underneath the moon. A big Bertha's fell site classed. Could have originated deepen a lunar magma pocket. But it doesn't seem likely. The study authors think different scenario is way, more plausible around twelve miles or nineteen kilometers blow planet earth surface. There's a supply of cool oxidized magma. This is exactly the kind of raw material that probably made his cons on big Bertha's light patch. And by the way, they're con crystals. Have a helpful habit of preserving uranium isotopes? Those can be used for radio metric dating a process that tells us the fell site classed is four point zero to four point one billion years old, but both of these clues together and a potential timeline of events emerges. According to the policies championed in the study, some of that cool oxidized magma lying deep under earth's continental crust hardened into this class between four point zero and four point one billion years ago. We know that our planet was besieged by meteorites in those days a process that by the way created a lot of old Granitz. Repeat impacts would have driven the class ever closer to the surface until finally a projectile hit the earth with enough force to launch the fell site clear out into space. It's estimated that four billion years ago. Our moon was around three times closer to earth than it is right now, the far flung class might have bridged the gap and settled on the moon, but around that time meteorites from space also harassed the moon and approximately three point nine billion years ago. One of these impacts could partially melted. The class and driven it under the lunar surface where it merged with other classes and became part of Brescia then twenty six million years ago, the asteroid strike that gave birth to the cone crater could set big Bertha free propelling it to the spot where Alan shepherd came and grabbed it up one historic day in nineteen seventy-one if the fell site class really did have terrestrial origin. Then ironically enough, it might be the oldest known rock from planet earth. There's a four point zero three billion year. Old rock from Canada's Northwest. Territories that's comparable in age and over in Quebec, the greenstone belt is at least three point nine billion years old out in the Jack hills of Western Australia. Scientists have located circum- that formed roughly four point three seven billion years ago, but these crystals seemingly detached from their original rocks at some point big Bertha's fell site, classed and zircon seemed to have formed simultaneously. This episode was written by Mark van Cini and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other far flung topics. Visit our home planet. Testif- works dot com. This is April and Cassidy, we're the host of the podcast dressed the history of fashion and this season, we traveled throughout history and around the world to bring you more of the fascinating stories from behind the clothes. We wear we traveled a central Asia tiller all about the resist dyeing technique known as e Kat and to Paris to learn all about the legacy of Christian Dior. We also spore the history of a whole host of topics from plus size fashion or the clothing choices of colts listening to subscribe on apple podcasts or the iheartradio app or wherever else you get your podcast.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Programming note next week on a conspiracy show. We'll take a look at the death of JFK junior. John Kerner will be here. He believes it was no plane accident, and he will as I say be here for the full two hours to present his case that's next week on the conspiracy show. My guest for the next two hours is passionate about the study of human evolution and extraterrestrial intervention in the human experience. He's been influenced by such researchers as Eric von Daniken and Zachariah situation. He's here to present evidence that we are the product of e genetic manipulation he's concluded that extraterrestrial beings known as the honor Inaki visited earth starting around four hundred and fifty thousand years ago, and genetically altered early humans see considers the key to be God's rather than God and suggested they correlate with the fallen angels or nephew lem described. In the bible, the honor knock he made several different versions of Adam and eve, they tweaked and tweaked until they got it. Right. He says adding that DNA manipulation involved the fusing of the forty fifth and forty six chromosomes. He says there's physical evidence on our planet that we've been visited and interacted with such as gold mines in South Africa, dating back two hundred and fifty thousand years monoliths and megaliths such as Stonehenge technology like the Antica Thyatira mechanism and the Baghdad battery and the nasca lines, which can only be seen from an aerial view. Leon baby is the author of Adam equals alien volume. One is an historian and a researcher of archaeology human in ancient history, biology, Egyptology and religious philosophy. He's an adjunct professor of alternative science featured. And a featured guest on coast to coast AM, and he will be featured in an upcoming episode of the history channel's ancient alien. Series. His latest book is Adam decoded volume to Leon climb aboard. And welcome to the conspiracy show. How are you? Well, thanks, Richard. Thank you very much for having me. Now has the episode and ancient aliens in which you are participating as that as that aired yet. No, that's that's airing September twenty nineteen September twenty nine thousand nine all right now what a popular program. What is it? Now, thirteen fourteen seasons. I think it's right around there yet it's gaining traction every year the viewership in the millions. It's incredibly popular we've talked quite a bit about Zachariah sich, and I had him on the program many many years ago. And just recently. We also talked about the the honor knock I wanted to get your perspective on on the planet. Nibiru. Now, you layouts evidence that the existence of near new bureau has been established. It's a Brown dwarf. Just just talk to me a little bit about the the evidence that this this planet actually exists. Right. So both the Wall Street Journal in the near times referred to the bureau as planet x and the planet has been captured by the Hubble telescope as well as actually been seen in the north from Norway at certain times of the year. It's definitely within our solar system within the Milky Way. It lies four times the distance from outside of Pluto. As Pluto is to the sun. It's a it's a very large planet forty thousand miles long it. Comes into an elliptical orbit every three thousand six hundred years between Mars and Jupiter, and it has a lot to do with with earth original unique cellular organism growth. Meaning when it originally supposedly, according to in knocked into schema. It's sort of fused and cells were exchanged and the earth, then became Uni cellular five hundred thousand five hundred million years after that so simply because of its close proximity when it swings by this elliptical orbit that in itself, aided in sort of the let's call it. The evolutionary process is is that said the kissed of it yet. Definitely I think you know, it goes further than panspermia, which was creeks theory. It's more. It's more of a a direct intervention. I guess you'd say a direct exchange of DNA. And and, you know, the DNA pieces is really the key solving the mystery of the missing link now you to point out something very interesting in Adam decoded about new bureau in that is that the symbol for that planet is across how do we know that yet? So. It's very interesting. I always, you know, thought about the cross in Christianity. And it's the picture everywhere on earth. And it was depicted in Sumerian tablets is the planet of the crossing. That's that's what it was called. And the reason it's called that is because it came into our orbit between Mars and Jupiter every three thousand six hundred years and three thousand six hundred is the sexy decimal system, which was which was key in the Sumerian arithmetic and geometry and the way that they put together their mathematics. And so it basically crossed into our orbit, and basically causes a lot of gravitational pull and problems among the planet, especially earth. I think it had a lot to do with the flood supposedly twelve thousand years ago. And that's why it's will of the crossing and the orbit every time. It swings by what is the timing in terms of its encounter with our planet. Every is thirty six thousand years, Abby thirty six hundred thirty six hundred politics every thirty six hundred if you were to if you were to put a timeline together of major cataclysmic events on the earth. You mentioned that the flood. We could talk about ice ages and so forth. We could talk about major tectonic activity major volcanic activity would it line up with the orbit of Nibiru. And it's in counter with earth. I think so I think it is a lot to deal with it. I think starting from single cell in my time line and Adam Adam because alien I lifted timelines pages one through six as I as I starts out at three point nine billion years ago, single cell bacterial development. And then there is multicellular bacterial development. Four hundred million b c ice ages do coincide with its elliptical orbit between Mars and Jupiter. So we do see and I'll let the ice ages that are listed in in a time line. There's initially a planetary pole shift fifty thousand. DC which is one thousand years supposedly one thousand years after the bureau came into our orbit. The second was cataclysm flood eleven thousand five hundred which coincides to within five hundred years of the next shift, and then the last could have been six thousand BC. So it does wrap around that same time light, right, right? And when is when is it expected to swing by again, roughly, so hopefully, never, but I listed in my in my book that I think it's going to swing at thirty one hundred AD. Thirty one hundred. All right. So these claims that it's it's it's coming by and it can be spotted by and it has been spotted by various amateur astronomers and so forth, and there was even a conspiracy theory that some of them have been a knocked off to prevent this information from leaking out. I mean, is it visible for many could he be visible at this point from any telescope? I think so I've seen pictures of from earth. So I I believe that, you know, Hubble sure, and I believe strongly telescope and in New Mexico. The Vatican telescope, you know, some of those larger scale telescopes. I'm sure have pictures of it already. The fact that the the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal have both printed the fact that it's cold calling X saying that it contains carbon nitrogen oxygen, and the fact that it's a similar body to are definitely to me. Foretells.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Programming note next week on a conspiracy show. We'll take a look at the death of JFK junior. John Kerner will be here. He believes it was no plane accident, and he will as I say be here for the full two hours to present his case that's next week on the conspiracy show. My guest for the next two hours is passionate about the study of human evolution and extraterrestrial intervention in the human experience. He's been influenced by such researchers as Eric von Daniken and Zachariah situation. He's here to present evidence that we are the product of e genetic manipulation he's concluded that extraterrestrial beings known as the honor anarchy visited earth starting around four hundred and fifty thousand years ago and genetically altered early humans. He considers the key to be God's rather than God and suggested they correlate with the fallen angels or Netflix described. In the bible, the anarchy made several different versions of Adam and eve, they tweaked and tweaked until they got it. Right. He says adding that DNA manipulation involved the fusing of the forty fifth and forty six chromosomes. He says there's physical evidence on our planet that we've been visited and interacted with such as gold mines in South Africa, dating back two hundred and fifty thousand years monoliths and make a lifts such as Stonehenge technology like the Antica the're mechanism and the Baghdad battery and the NASCAR lines, which can only be seen from an aerial view. Leon baby is the author of Adam equals alien volume. One is an historian and a researcher of archaeology human in ancient history, biology, Egyptology and religious philosophy. He's an adjunct professor of alternative science featured an featured guest on coast to coast AM, and he will be featured in an upcoming episode of the history channel's ancient alien. Series. His latest book is Adam decoded volume to Leon climb aboard. And welcome to the conspiracy show. How are you? Well, thank Richard. Thank you very much for having me. Now has the episode and ancient aliens in which you are participating as that as that aired yet. No, that's that's airing September twenty nineteen September twenty nineteen. All right now, what a popular program. What is it? Now, thirteen fourteen seasons. I think it's right around there yet it's gaining traction every year the viewership ships in the millions. It's incredibly popular we've talked quite a bit about Zachariah sich, and I had him on the program many many years ago and just recently, we also talked about the the honor Nakae I wanted to get your perspective on on the planet. Nibiru now, you lay out some evidence that the existence of near new bureau has been established. It's a Brown dwarf. Just just talk to me a little bit about the the evidence that this this planet actually exists. Right. So both the. The Wall Street Journal the New York Times referred to the bureau as planet x and the planet has been captured by the Hubble telescope as well as actually been seen in the north from Norway at certain times of the year. It's definitely within our solar system within the Milky Way. It lies four times the distance from outside of Pluto as poodle is to the sun. It's it's a very large planet forty four thousand miles long. It comes into an elliptical orbit every three thousand six hundred years between Mars you. And it has a lot to do with with earth original unique cellular organism growth. Meaning when it originally supposedly, according to sich in not into it's sort of fused and cells were exchanged and the earth, then became Uni cellular five hundred five hundred million years after that so simply because of its close proximity when it swings by this elliptical orbit that in itself, aided in sort of the let's call the process is that he's had the kissed of it yet. Definitely I think you know, it goes further than panspermia, which was creeks theory. It's more. It's more of a a direct intervention. I guess you'd say a direct exchange of DNA. And and you know, the DNA pieces is really the key. Solving the mystery of the missing link now used to point out something very interesting in Adam decoded about new bureau in that is that the symbol for that planet is across how do we know that yet? Yeah. So it's very interesting. I always, you know, thought about the cross in Christianity, and it's the picture everywhere on earth. And it was depicted in Sumerian tablets is the planet of the crossing. That's that's what it was called. And the reason it's called that is because it came into our orbit between Mars and Jupiter every three thousand six hundred years in three thousand six hundred is the sex decimal system, which was which was key in the Sumerian arithmetic and geometry in the way that they put together their best Matic's. And so it basically crossed into our orbit, and basically causes a lot of gravitational pull and problems among the planet, especially earth. I think it has a lot to do with the flood supposedly twelve thousand years ago, and that's why full plan of the crossing and the orbit every time. It swings by what is the timing in terms of its? Encounter with our planet. Every is thirty six thousand years, Abby thirty hundred thirty six hundred my politics, every thirty six hundred if you were if you were to put a timeline together of major cataclysmic events on the earth. You mentioned that the flood we could talk about ice ages and so forth. We could talk about major tectonic activity major volcanic activity would it line up with the orbit of Nibiru and its encounter with earth. I think so I think it is a lot to do with it. I think starting from single cell in my time line and Adam Adam equals alien, I lifted timelines pages one through six at I as I starts out at three point nine billion years ago, single cell bacterial development, and then there's multicellular bacterial development four hundred million BC. Ages do coincide with its elliptical orbit between Mars and Jupiter. So we do see list the ice ages. That are listed in a in a time line. There's initially a planetary polls. Shift fifty thousand. DC which is one thousand years supposedly one thousand years after new bureau came into our orbit. The second was cataclysm flood eleven thousand five hundred which coincides to within five hundred years of the next shift, and then the last could have been six thousand BC. So it does wrap around that same time line. Right. Right. And when is when is it expected to swing by again, roughly, so hopefully, never, but I listed in my in my book that I think it's going to swing it thirty one hundred AD thirty one hundred. All right. So these claims that it's it's it's coming by and it can be spotted by and it has been spotted by various amateur astronomers and so forth, and there was even a conspiracy theory that some of them have been a knocked off to prevent this information from leaking out. I mean, is it visible from any could it be visible at this point from any telescope? I think so I've seen pictures from earth. So I believe that, you know, Hubble shore on and I believe certainly telescope in New Mexico. The Vatican telescope, you know, some of those larger scale telescopes. I'm sure have pictures of it already. The fact that the the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal have both printed the fact that it's cold calling. China that's saying that it contains carbon nitrogen oxygen, and the fact that it's a similar body to earth..

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Programming note next week on conspiracy show, we'll take a look at the death of JFK junior. John Kerner will be here. He believes it was no plane accident, and he will as I say be here for the full two hours to present his case that's next week on the conspiracy show. My guest for the next two hours is passionate about the study of human evolution and extraterrestrial intervention in the human experience. He's been influenced by such researchers as Eric von Daniken and Zachariah Sicheng. He's here to present evidence that we are the product of e genetic manipulation he's concluded that extraterrestrial beings known as the honor Inaki visited earth starting around four hundred and fifty thousand years ago and genetically altered early humans. He considers the key to be God's rather than God and suggested they correlate with the fallen angels or nephew lem described. In the bible, the anarchy made several different versions of Adam and eve, they tweaked and tweaked until they got it. Right. He says adding that DNA manipulation involved the fusing of the forty fifth and forty six chromosomes. He says there's physical evidence on our planet that we've been visited and interacted with such as gold mines in South Africa, dating back to one hundred and fifty thousand years monoliths megaliths such as Stonehenge technology like the Antica thera- mechanism and the Baghdad battery and the NASCAR lines, which can only be seen from an aerial view. Leon Bibi is the author of Adam equals alien volume. One story in and a researcher of archaeology human in ancient history, biology, Egyptology and religious philosophy. He's an junked professor of alternative science featured and featured guest on coast to coast AM, and he will be featured in an upcoming episode of the history channel's ancient alien. Series. His latest book is Adam decoded volume to Leon climb aboard. And welcome to the conspiracy show. How are you? Well, thank Richard. Thank you very much for having me. Now has the episode ancient aliens in which you are participating as that as that aired yet. No, that's airing September twenty nineteen September twenty nine thousand nine all right now what a popular program. What is it? Now, thirteen fourteen seasons. I think it's right around there yet it's gaining traction every year the viewers ships in the millions. It's incredibly popular we've talked quite a bit about Zachariah sich, and I had him on the program many many years ago. And just recently. We also talked about the I wanted to get your perspective on on the planet. Nibiru. Now, you layouts evidence that the existence of near Nibiru has been established. It's a Brown dwarf. Just just talk to me a little bit about the the evidence that this this planet actually exists. Right. So both the Wall Street Journal in the near times referred to the bureau as planet x and the planet has been captured by the Hubble telescope as well as actually been seen in the north from Norway at certain times of the year. It's definitely within our solar system within the Milky Way. It lies four times the distance from outside of Pluto. As Pluto is to the sun. It's it's a very large planet forty four thousand miles long. It. Comes into an elliptical orbit every three thousand six hundred years between Mars and Jupiter, and it has a lot to do with with earth's original unique cellular organism growth. Meaning when it originally supposedly according to switch in not into earth. It's sort of fused and cells were exchanged and the earth, then became Uni cellular five hundred thousand five hundred million years after that so simply because of its close proximity when it swings by this elliptical orbit that in itself, aided in sort of the let's call the evolutionary process is that the kissed of it. Yeah. Definitely. I think you know, it goes further than panspermia, which was creeks theory on it. It's more. It's more of a direct intervention. I guess you'd say a direct exchange. Change of DNA. And and you know, the DNA pieces is really the key. Solving the mystery of the missing link. Now, you see point something very interesting in Adam decoded about new bureau in that is that the symbol for that planet is across how do we know that yet? So it's very interesting. I always, you know, thought about the cross in Christianity, and it's the picture everywhere on earth. And it was depicted in Sumerian tablets of the planet of the crossing. That's that's what it was called. And the reason it's called that is because it came into our orbit between Morrison Jupiter every three thousand six hundred years in three thousand six hundred is the sexy decimal system, which was which was key in the Sumerian arithmetic and geometry and the way that they put together their best Matic's. And so it basically crossed into our orbit, and basically causes a lot of gravitational pull and problems among the planets, especially earth. I think it had a lot to do with the flood supposedly twelve thousand years ago. And that's why it will be crossing and the orbit every time. It swings by what is the timing in terms of its encounter with our planet. Every is thirty six thousand years, Abby thirty six hundred thirty six hundred my apologies every thirty six hundred if you were to if you were to put a timeline together of major cataclysmic events on the earth. You mentioned that the flood we could talk about ice ages and so forth. We could talk about major tectonic activity major volcanic activity would it line up with the orbit of Nibiru and its encounter with earth. I think so I think it is a lot to do with it. I think starting from single cell in my time line and Adam Adam because alien I lifted timelines pages one through six as I as I starts out at three point nine billion years ago, single cell bacterial development, and then there's multicellular bacterial development, four hundred million BC ages do coincide with its elliptical orbit between Mars and Jupiter. So we do see let the ice ages. That are listed in a in a time line. There's initially a planetary pole shift fifty thousand DC, which is one thousand years supposedly one thousand years after new bureau came into our orbit. The second was the cataclysm flood eleven thousand five hundred which coincides to within five hundred years of the next shift, and then the last could have been six thousand BC. So it does wrap around that same finally, right, right? And when is when is it expected to swing by again, roughly, so hopefully, never, but I listed in my in my book that I think it's gonna wing it thirty one hundred AD thirty one hundred. All right. So these claims that it's it's coming by and it can be spotted by and it has been spotted by various. Amateur astronomers and so forth, and there was even a conspiracy theory that some of them have been a knocked off to prevent this information from leaking out. I mean, is it visible for many could it be visible at this point from any telescope? I think so I've seen pictures of it. So I I believe that, you know, Hubble sure on and I believe strongly telescope in in New Mexico on the Vatican telescope, you know, some of those larger scale telescopes. I'm sure have pictures of it already. The fact that the the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal have both printed the fact that it's cold calling it planet X saying that it contains carbon nitrogen oxygen, and the fact that it's a similar body.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"And a peasant with teat in seep as g what that means a once one stranded DNA molecule way. You've got an a, you know, you've got a on the on the side where you're gonna see, you know, you're gonna g on the other side. Now this sounds like quite boring by chemistry. So early on compensation, but it's so important because that. It means that if you take one double helix and split it into, then you can replace the missing strand perfectly because you know every time there's an AM one strand, you should have a t and the other one. The reason that's important is because that is what happens every single time a cell divides and Ola TNA in a cell is reproduced effectively so that the cell, the daughter cell has exactly the same DNA as the parent cell and every cell it is divided since three point. Nine billion years ago has gone through this process and said that the ability to replicate the NA is just the most fundamental aspect of ood biology all life on earth. So this the by chemistry, sort of slightly Nikki Griffey like you by chemistry nature of DNA is so fundamentally important to Justice. Study of inheritance is it's not molecules gets replicated everytime cell divides. And of course there were talking about cell division meaning mytalk. Office. We're talking about just a single cell dividing into two cells. We're not talking about the special division reduction division process of Myo sus where you actually reduce your chromosome number by. That's right through Saxo. Almost every body is not the sexual cells could smash excels in. What we growing from a single fertilized egg up into into an embryo into a baby all when any sort of repack goes on. If you cut yourself and you, you grow new tissue to repay that than that is oppressive. Might hostess cells Laurie exist, divide and produce another cell, which is effectively identical to the one that they've come from an in life that is a that is a process is being going on full billion, postal billion years of unbroken chain as well. That goes back phobia, so so cool. It is cool, isn't it? So if you cut yourself. Yeah, and you go new skin to hate it up the the new cells that they're in that cut have a dire lineage. Uncountable numbers of cells directly into inches can be traced back to the origin of life itself. And that's one of the reasons why we know that a life is on single tree. That all I phones on a alive today will ever existed on one single tree of life will Lascelles DNA in proteins in the same metabolism of basics of by chemistry, a Natal life to exist. And that's, I think that's really interesting and really kind of all inspiring thought when you really start to think about the fact that the cells that made up who we are, the individual cell that eventually divided in divided and divided to make up who I am half of that genetic material came from my, my mother, half of that genetic material came from my father, but it's not just information. It's physical lake matter. It's a physical piece of something that then divided divided divided to become who I am and that physical piece of something was once in my mother and my father and that physical piece of something once and their mother and their father and eventually was in a completely different species. And before that was in a completely different speech. She's like, there's physical matter that's being passed on, not just information. Yeah. The studies true DNA's is produced in in new parents gammy which sells one of the things I mentioned that which I think is just a very small Koufax toyed is that well, men produce multi lives and stay generated quite close to the point where that used, whereas women in with all of the eggs in place on a frozen in particular a bit of the cell cycle..

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Science Friday

"All right it's got we're going to watch it along with you scott gordon associated tear for a wis context and you can read this report on the great lakes compact at science friday dot com slash great lakes thank you scott thank you so much we're gonna take a break when we come back a brief history of the earth's weather all four and a half billion years of it with climate reporter andrew ripken author of the new book weather and illustrated history from cloud atlases to climate change did you realize you had to invent the temperature didn't realize that need help think about it you'll see what i mean stay with us we'll be right back after the break this is science friday i am i replied oh these days it is not uncommon here scientists and journalists say that our planet is breaking records due to climate change but what they're really talking about is a small part of earth history and that's human history the story of earth's climate contains much more than what humans have recorded for example sometime around four point three billion years ago it rained for a million straight years put mine clone and scientists say about two point nine billion years ago the sky was most likely pink do toll the methane in the atmosphere those weather events were happening on time scales that are hard to get your head around but my next guest has for the last thirty years been thinking about their sweather and climate before and after humans appeared on the scene he's written a new book that condenses the vast range of earth climate history into ide just time line of.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At ninety four listen back to terry's nineteen eighty interview in which he performed some songs on fresh air today this is science friday i'm marie plato these days it is not uncommon here scientists and journalists say that our planet is breaking records due to climate change but what they're really talking about is a small part of earth's history and that's human history the story of earth's climate contains much more than what humans have recorded for example sometime around four point three billion years ago it rained for a million straight years for my lawn and scientists say about two point nine billion years ago the sky was most likely pink do toll the methane in the atmosphere those weather events were happening on timescales that are hard to get your head around but my next guest has for the last thirty years been thinking about the earth's weather and climate before and after humans appeared on the scene he's written a new book that condenses the vast range of earth's climate history into to digestive will time line of one hundred weather related events like the invention of temperature yes temperature at the being vented not discovered think think about that we will with andrew rifkin news a strategic advisor for science in environmental journalism at the national geographic society his new book is whether an illustrated history always good to see you it's great to be back to have you you've been reporting on climate change with thirty years why did you decide to write a book about the history of either well you know i met a stage of my career in my life when it's you tend to reflect a little betty well what have i learned what about unlearn going back and forth in time looking at my own stuff and i was just noticing recently on ebay i got one of the original copies of my discover magazine debut my cover story on global warming nineteen eightyeight and their cigarette advertising on the back that's how long a been at this but that also says wow so back then you could work at a science magazine that could be kind of normal and that's got me that got me there's so many aspects of this.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is science friday on ninety three point nine fm and wnyc dot org this is science friday i am i replied oh these days it is not uncommon to hear scientists and journalists say that our planet is breaking records due to climate change what they're really talking about is a small part of earth's history and that's human history the story of earth's climate contains much more than what humans have recorded for example sometime around four point three billion years ago it rained for a million straight years poor mind blown and scientists say about two point nine billion years ago the sky was most likely pink toto the methane in the atmosphere those weather events were happening on timescales that are hard to get your head around but my next guest has for the last thirty years been thinking about the earth's weather and climate before and after humans appeared on the scene he's written a new book that condenses the vast range of earth's climate history into identifiable timely line of one hundred weather related events like the invention of temperature yes temperature at the being vented not discovered think think about that we will andrew ripken news a strategic advisor for science in environmental journalism at the national geographic society his new book is weather an illustrated history always good to see you it's great to be back to you you've been reporting on climate change for thirty years why did you decide to write a book about the history of weather well you know i'm at a stage of my career in my life when it's you tend to reflect a little bit well what have i learned what unlearn going back and forth in time looking at my own stuff and i was just noticing recently on ebay i got one of the original copies of my discover magazine debut my cover story on global warming nineteen eightyeight and their cigarette advertising on the back that's how long been at this but that also says wow so back then you could work at a science magazine and that could be kind of north and that's got me that got me there's so many aspects of this.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on Think Again

"Can lead phrase stress illness and death in this of course what we express in the form of feeling as malays as opposed to joy and flourishing but the beauty is that life in creatures that have nervous systems including of course humans is represented as feeling so feelings are the embassador of the living process are the the the deputies if you want in there constantly telling as in terms of mental experience which really means conscious experience whether the organism is doing okay are not doing okay and if when when we are okay we talk about wellbeing or we save somebody else's how are you fine you know that's simply means that home your states is doing well enough that it has not said billiton to the brain and the mind telling it watch out the trouble here and when you are sick and you say i'm coming down with something i'm not well it's actually it's your organism sensing disrupted status and telling your brain telling your mind that something is wrong and you better do something about it now this is of course very beautiful in more ways than one because it tells you that throughout most of evolution beginning with three point nine billion years ago and coming for billions of years organisms did not have any conscious excess to how life was going so it had to be all automatically regulated there was no mental components to this but in creatures that have nervous systems and that can portray quote unquote feelings in mental terms there is this novel possibility of knowing what is going on in the more novel possibility of doing something about it i want interrupt here in ask you about this.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Allies their mineral content and air content bingo you find that some of them are a perfect match a perfect match for martian rock now it turns out that asteroid quite different if you take a look at the carbon content the iron content the stone content meteors it turns out that most of them are quite different from the mars rocks that we see on the planet earth and that is ample evidence that we really are in fact looking at mars rocks one rock in particular one rock seems to have some kind of structures inside that look like microscopic worms you can google it on the internet yeah these these things really do look like microscopic worms other scientists say bah humbug nothing but chris tiny little minerals crystals that look like organisms that debate is still going i'd even today even today scientists are debating whether or not if you crack open a mars rock are you looking at evidence of cells of ancient organisms or just crystals crystallized crystals forming inside these rocks now that's one theory panspermia from mars however there's another theory that's perhaps even more plausible and that takes a look at the timetable for example the solar system is four and a half billion years old however for about a half a billion years the solar system was very dynamic with meteorites hitting the earth all the time life was impossible in the oceans there were no oceans and the earth is hit by meteors constantly but then life starts about three point five to three point seven billion years ago so in other words there's a window a small window of opportunity because before that window the earth was too hot to create live in stable form the ocean's probably boiled off many times in the past as second outside that window life already gets off the ground and so there's a narrow window between about three point seven and three point nine billion years ago to get life off the ground now some scientists have said that window is too small that windows only a few hundred million years wide as too small to get life off the ground life gets very quickly after the age of heavy bombardment ends and the solar system cools down to the point where we can get stable oceans and stable dna molecules forming without them being boiled off with the next asteroid hit so fred hoyle a great cosmologists actually believe this one.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"That some of them are a perfect match a perfect match for martian rock now it turns out that asteroids are quite different if you take a look at the carbon content the iron content the stone content of meteors it turns out that most of them are quite different for the mars rocks that we see on the planet earth and there is ample evidence that we really are in fact looking at mars rocks one rock in particular one rock seems to have some kind of structures inside that look like microscopic worms you can google it on the internet yeah these these things really do look like microscopic worms other scientists say bah humbug nothing but crystals tiny little minerals crystals that look like micro organisms that debate is still going i'd even today even today scientists are debating whether or not at the crack open a mars rock are you looking at evidence of cells of ancient organisms or just crystals crystallized crystals forming inside these rocks now that's one theory panspermia from mars however there's another theory that's perhaps even more plausible and that takes a look at the timetable for example the solar system is four and a half billion years old however for about a half a billion years the solar system was very dynamic with meteorites hitting the earth all the time life was impossible in the oceans there were no oceans and the earth hit by meteors constantly but then life starts about three point five to three point seven billion years ago so in other words there's a window a small window of opportunity because before that window the earth was too hot to create live in stable form the ocean's probably oiled off many times in the past as second outside that window life already gets off the ground and so there's a narrow window between about three point seven and three point nine billion years ago to get life off the ground now some scientists have said that window is too small that windows only a few hundred million years wide as too small to get off the ground life gets off the ground very quickly after the age of heavy bombardment ends and the solar system cools down to the point where we can get stable oceans and stable dna molecules forming without them being boiled off with the next asteroid hit so fred hoyle a great cosmologists actually believe this one of the great cosmologists.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on WCHS

"Air content bingo you find that some of them are a perfect match perfect match for martian rock now it turns out that asteroids are quite different if you take a look at the carbon content the iron content the stone content of meteors it turns out that most of them are quite different for the mars rocks that we see on the planet earth and that gives ample evidence that we really are in fact looking at mars rocks one rock in particular one rock seems to have some kind of structures inside that look like microscopic worms you can google it on the internet yeah these these things really do look like microscopic worms other scientists say humbug nothing but crystals tiny little minerals crystals that look like micro organisms that debate is still going i'd even today even today scientists are debating whether or not you crack open a mars rock are you looking at evidence of cells of ancient organisms or just crystals crystallized crystals forming inside these rocks now that's one theory panspermia from mars however there's another theory that's perhaps even more plausible and that takes a look at the timetable for example the solar system is four and a half billion years old however for about a half a billion years the solar system was very dynamic with meteorites hitting the all the time life was impossible in the oceans there were no oceans and the earth is hit by meteors constantly but then life starts about three point five to three point seven billion years ago so in other words there's a window a small window of opportunity because before that window the earth was too hot to create live in stable form the ocean's probably boiled off many times in the past as second outside that window life already gets off the ground and so there's a narrow window between about three point seven and three point nine billion years ago to get life off the ground now some scientists have said that window is too small that windows only a few hundred million years wide as too small to get off the ground live ron very quickly after the age of heavy bombardment ends and the solar system cools down to the point where we can get stable oceans and stable dna molecules forming without them being boiled off with the next asteroid hit so fred hoyle.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Stoneage february twenty six a supermassive black hole appears to be below owing out the candles in its home galaxy it's producing a strong wind blowing away the gas around it shutting down the birth of new stars a team led by shelly right of the university of california san diego used telescopes on the ground and in space to study a galaxy known as 3 c two '98 it's more than nine billion light years away that means we see the galaxy as it looked more than nine billion years ago when the universe was just a third of its present age and the galaxy is merging with a smaller galaxy the heart of three c to ninety eight contains a black hole that's a few billion times the mass of the sun the black hole is surrounded by a disk of gas that spiralling into the black hole as it gets close the gases heated to extreme temperatures so the disc shines brilliantly that creates a quasar one of the brightest objects in the universe observations of three c to ninety eight show that huge amounts of gas are moving away from the quasar enough to make thousands of sun size stars every year the gas appears to be pushed by jets of particles that are shooting out from the poles of the black hole the jets create strong winds that blow through the entire galaxy at least for a wild vis feedback from the black hole will limit the number of stars that are born in the heart of.

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"nine billion years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"nine billion years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So that everybody is on the same page i think broadly speaking we know the genetics deals with dna and you know the stuff of life in the instruct trans for everything that makes a living thing a thing but what exactly is a gene is it a particular amount of dna that particular kind of sequence like what what are we talking about man is where that's one of those questions way we think we know the answer in the more closely look the more complicated the hunts for carts so in his basic since this gene is a unit of dna set in our chromosomes at not entire the entire contents of all of our dna and it is a a little piece of code that it's writes that encodes of protein and everyone's had proteins everyone's head of purchasing amino acid says amino acid strung together and in a specific order makes up approaching now all life is made of all by proceedings so you know like muscle fibers in our muscle cells that they all proteins hair that's not approaching but his under certain is a protein things i bohm that then not proteins but they're made by protein so all biology all living things are made off or by proteins and proteins are encoded full by genes how has genetics come to be a part of history where did that intersections start yes so it started a few decades ago just was a recognition that we carry the genes of all parents and they care of genes their parents and that in principle we keep tracking back that in harrison's now family tree not just through our in families are an tribes of countries but are in spee cs and in fact effectively all the way back to the origin of life because all life on earth as it stands today is related to each other on one tree of life and so we we now know for example at the origin of life we think it was about three point nine billion years ago an entity that we kaluka we stands for the last you universal common ancestor and the most recent studies from last year in the of four a suggest that luca had around about three hundred and fifty five genes many of which are.

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