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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

07:58 min | 3 months ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Hi i'm neil. Degrasse tyson guest hosting today on. Ted talks daily. Here's a talk from the ted fellows community given by fellow astrophysicist. Sarah highmore asking the question. Are we alone. In the universe from micro organisms. She walks us through. What's really out there. Were what's maybe not out there or what we want to be out there or might not want to be here and she will also take us through what we can expect in the coming decades in the search for extraterrestrial life. Check it out. Ted talks daily is brought to you by six thirty years ago. Citric pioneered a radical idea. That office work didn't have to be constrained to the office. With the right technology. People could work from anywhere. The past year has made the idea more pertinent than ever with workspace solutions from six. What it does is enable secure hybrid work with digital workspace technology that helps organizations empower their employees to do their best work from wherever they are stay tuned to learn more about citrus and visit. Www dot c. i. T. r. i. x. dot com slash unlock dash potential. That's www dot citric dot com slash. Unlock dash pool will support for ted talks. Daily comes from the odu sweet business. Apps has everything you need to run a company. Think of your smartphone with all your apps right at your fingertips odu is just like that for business but instead of an app to order takeout or tell you the weather you have sales inventory accounting and more union the department we've got it covered and they're all connected joined the six million users who stopped wasting time and started getting stuff done to dot com slash ted to start a free trial. That's also dot com slash ted. I wanna find aliens. Finding life on another planet is not just gonna be a little hard. It's going to be very hard. But for the first time in human history we have a chance to detect signs of life on another planet. or maybe we've already detected it on venus or maybe not. There are still two big hurdles when it comes to confirming life on another world. The first is building telescope. Big enough to do this. And the second is interpreting what we will find when we think of extra terrestrial life. We tend to think of aliens like funny. Little green men not aliens as single celled microbes. but it's actually detecting signs of microbial life on another planet that i'm most optimistic about and what i focused my research on. I model. How stars high energy radiation can make gases from microbes harder or easier to see with future. Telescopes microbes have dominated our planet's biosphere for most of our history. They've been emitting gases that can be seen in our atmosphere even light years away for billions of years now often alien astronomer. We're looking at earth would probably detect gases like oxygen methane and nitrous oxide before detecting signs of us even with an active biosphere like earth's most of the gases that life are coming from single celled microbes. Not from animals. This is what we'll try to do. In the next decade of strana me try to find signs of microbial life on planets orbiting other stars but the technology to detect the atmosphere of a planet. The size of earth around another son is incredibly difficult. It's like trying to determine the size of a firefly in front of a spotlight while looking from another continent. What's amazing is that with telescopes. In the two thousand twenty s we're overcoming this technological barrier the second issue to finding alien life will be to interpret what these biosignature gases actually mean. Twenty one percent of our atmosphere's is oxygen and nearly all of that oxygen comes from life. So here's a tricky question. Would detecting oxygen on another planet. No not necessarily. Because we know of ways to get oxygen without biology i try to understand the planet's geology and stars radiation so that we can better identify true life signal and this is what makes the preliminary detection on venus phosphine a potential biosignature gas so compelling but also confusing. Venus is not where we expected to find life. It is a hellish world with the surface temperature of nearly nine hundred degrees fahrenheit. Could life be floating in the more temperate upper atmosphere. But then how it's such life. eat and reproduce. This discovery will have to be vetted coming decade. I we must verify the detection of phosphine itself. And then later we'd have to confirm that this gas is coming from life and not from some unexpected geological or photochemical process. If true this would be one of the most profound discoveries of our generation if it turns out that we were fooled that we missed this gas for biology. When it's from some other process we will have a sobering lesson to apply to planets orbiting distant stars. Venus's close literally our next door neighbor and yet we still have trouble. Understanding the planets are finding orbiting. Other stars are weird. An unexpected some have the density of cotton candy and others rain molten iron and most stars are different from our son with high-energy flares. That can make it difficult for life. So the more we're looking at different biosignature gases the more we realize that there's no single gas that's enough to understand a planet and to claim alien life it is just really difficult to distinguish life from non life from light years away. And here's where the ambiguity lies. How will we know if a clue as a sign of life or is not well. I will need to understand as much as we can about plus geology and the start orbits. We'll learn vital lessons by exploring our own solar system in places such as venus and mars. We are getting closer to answering. One of humanity's biggest questions are we alone in the universe any claim will be hotly debated so basically. I'm stretched between two desires. I want to find alien life but likely will not have a clear answer and that's okay sciences nuanced and self-correcting. It's what i love about it. Science is about balancing this duality of skepticism. And of hope we won't be able to teleport ourselves to another planet and take pictures of alien kangaroos jumping around and without an intelligent hello earthlings signal. We might still feel lonely even if we find out. We're not alone in the universe. Despite these challenges. I'm super excited about alien microbes and what they could teach us. Even if we find just one other sign of life then likely the universe is teaming with it from single celled too complex if we search for decades and find nothing the not is equally humbling. But we must we must do this search even when it means sitting with uncertainty. Along the way thank you. Ted talks daily is brought to you by citric. The digital workspace company citric empowers people in the world to do their best work no matter where they work our which devices they use their digital workspace solution provides a single interface where employees can securely access company apps content and data and simplifies it by centralizing all management activities into a central platform with citric. Your company can meet. The needs of the modern workforce to learn more about six is helping companies. Unlock the potential of their people visit. Www dot six slash unlock dash and potential. That's six dot com slash unlock dash.

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:02 min | 7 months ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"No thank you you and i both wouldn't do too well. The atmospheric pressure is maybe like going down three thousand feet in the ocean more and the surface temperature average weather forecast would say like this. On venus the high temperature today would be about eight hundred or nine hundred degrees fahrenheit. No thank you. So that's ron john. That life somehow theoretically could exist in cloud tops but nowhere near the surface of venus because of the most horrific temperatures that you would find but only twenty five million miles away because venus gets closer to the earth in any major planet even close with them ours. We sure need some further investigation. Don't you think absolutely and Besides venus mars we're else do you think that Are nasa is next. I think exploration of life john. It's already been deduced by nasa scientists. That there's a special mission about the satellite and one of the many major moons one of the galileo satellites of jupiter cold europa and a few years ago. I had the opportunity to interview one of the congressmen who was very influential and helping to get at europa mission to search for life. But there's another place. In my opinion this is just strictly my if you look at all the planetary objects out there. The largest satellite in the solar system that has an actual atmosphere is saturn's titan and as we see gas prices rising this country and probably around the world they detected on the surface of this particular satellite titan large oceans and john. This is not a joke. There oceans that theoretically have what the constituent is called octavian. And everybody who drives a car knows about better octane. Right more performance supposedly. Maybe there's an that exploration should be but on another note. I just wanted to highlight very briefly. If we have a moment the earth was just pass back this friday. By one of the most prolific asteroids that has maybe one of the higher potentials obstructing the earth. It's an ester recalled office and it's actually named after the ukrainian war god and it passed us on the fifth of march at around eight fifteen. Pm eastern standard time by a lot eleven million miles. But that's not going to be the case john. it's about twelve hundred feet in diameter. that's larger than a giant nuclear powered aircraft carrier. It's gonna come back to us again. We know this on april thirteenth. Twenty twenty nine at the incredibly close distance of some nineteen thousand miles so go back and put our thinking caps on and we say wait. A minute aren't those geosynchronous satellites that we all depend on to watch our favorite tv shows and do banking and business about twenty two thousand miles away. Yes john actually coming within that area and this asteroid not to learn people that had a higher potential of supposedly crashing into the earth which would be catastrophic. We have to pay attention to the close passages of twenty thirty six and twenty sixty eight but on a bright note. It's not gonna hit us at all. That's the positive news of course We have a minute left. Anything else you wanna tell would. Americans and Literally job again. Thank you for having me. Just a quick synopsis. Don't forget the last quarter moon. John is over six. It'll be high in the southern sky at sunrise rises around midnight..

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on TechStuff

"Steelmaking by taking blister steel and melting it inside clay crucibles incredibly hot furnaces reaching temperatures around sixteen hundred degrees Celsius. That's about twenty nine hundred degrees. Fahrenheit and then the molten steel could be poured into casts much like cast iron could be but with the benefits of steel the next big development in steel production came in eighteen fifty six thanks to English inventor Henry Bessemer. Now there'd be totally fair. Bessemer was one of the few people to suss this out. There was also an American named William Kelly who came up with the general same idea independently. Bessemer was trying to find a means to produce steel in greater quantities at lower expense his approach which he called. The manufacturer of iron without fuel sounds kind of terrifying. Honestly I take molten pig. Iron works so when a process begins with molten hot metal. You know you're getting into some hardcore engineering. But next you blow oxygen through the Molten Iron Mix the oxygen reacts with impurities in the pig iron and effectively creates a slag and the slag just gets tapped off separately from the iron itself. The oxidising reactions were exothermic. So they generated heat. That provided heat could be harnessed to keep this iron from solidifying so the reaction would help sustain itself this way. The result was the rapid production of steel very low carbon steel other inventors and metallurgists. Figured out that by adding some other stuff like manganese iron and carbon into the mix so yes once again we are adding carbon. The carbon content of the steel could be increased while remaining. Impurities like sulfur could be neutralized. The resulting steel was a much more pure version than the typical kind produced an older methods and it could be made quickly and cheaply for the first time in history. Steel was easy enough to manufacture to make it a viable material for stuff like construction. The one impurity that the original bessemer converter wasn't really good at removing was phosphorus which was unfortunate as that stuff was fairly common in the iron ore of Europe. Sidney Gilchrist Thomas Inventive converter then incorporated limestone that helped strip phosphorus from the iron mix. Need did have one other problem this approach. Which is that. The original converters would introduce small amounts of nitrogen into the iron ore thus introducing impurity making the iron a little more brittle. This was hard to correct for. It was hard to get a pure source of oxygen at this point in history. In the Mid Nineteenth Century William or Ville Helm Siemens who was German but was living in England so or right back to old blighty tried something new though would create an alternative to the bessemer converter. He rigged up a furnace. So that the escaping hot gases from the furnace would heat up a chamber filled with a lattice of bricks so the bricks would absorb this heat. Then he would change the flow of air so that the incoming air used to feed the furnace would I pass through these brick lattices and that would preheat the incoming air and you would get hotter furnace temperatures as a result so as essentially creating a hot blower versus a cold blower unlike the BESSEMER process. Ville Helms furnace called an open hearth. Furnace was slow but while it wasn't as fast as a bessemer converter it for far more precision when you were making the steel so the quality control was much better. The in product was molten steel. So you could even cast that into ingots right away. The open hearth furnaces could take steel scraps as a charge thus cutting down on waste. So let's say you make some steel. It's not as good quality as you would like you could put it in an open hearth furnace and it could be used as a charge to create your next batch of steel that could be better. It also processed pig iron. It became a popular method of steelmaking for a century. All right we're getting into the home stretch of this steelmaking episode in one thousand nine hundred forty eight. A Swiss inventor named Robert durer improved upon the BESSEMER converter from century earlier he invented a process called basic oxygen steelmaking. It's not using basic oxygen. It does use a highly pure form of oxygen rather the term basic actually refers to the use of chemically based materials again for the purposes of removing impurities that are in pig iron like the bessemer process basic oxygen steelmaking forces oxygen through molten pig iron but the process is totally wicked. So imagine you got a big container that's lined with refractory material meaning it. It reflects heat back into the chamber itself. This container is called the ladle inside the ladle. You pour molten pig. Iron suspended over the pig iron inside. The ladle is what is called an oxygen lance so imagine a pipe through which ultra pure. Oxygen can blast out hitting the molten pig. Iron AT SUPERSONIC SPEEDS. The lands itself has to be actively cooled typically water cooled to keep it from overheating from the intense heat from this furnace. The oxygen reacts with impurities thus you get oxidation and it creates heat through that reaction and the heat sustains the temperature needed to keep the furnace and action it becomes sustaining so in many ways a more advanced version of the bessemer converter and this became a new method for making steel efficiently with fewer impurities and at a faster rate than open hearth furnaces. All right we've got one more method to talk about released to introduce and we'll really talk about more in the next episode and then we'll also explore about all. The different types of Steel. Like Nick had asked so. The final type of furnace need to mention here is the electric arc furnace and it heats up the materials inside the furnace the charge through an electric arc rather than by burning some sort of fuel back in the early nineteenth century. Sir Humphry Davy created an electric arc between two carbon electrodes fact. We had electric arc lamps before we had the incandescent lightbulb. These things were terrifying to. They generate alight by JR by creating this electric arc between two electrodes very high voltage electric arc. And it didn't take very long before someone I wonder if there's enough energy in that electric arc to melt metal like iron. This is the same basic technology that would go into electric arc. Welders while using an electric arc was effective early on it was also inefficient and expensive. Which made it less Bible as a means of mass producing steel. And there's a lot more of tech to go into that but I think that's enough for today's episode in our next episode. We'LL PICK BACK UP WITH ELECTRIC ARC. Furnaces talk about how they really work. And then finally we'll talk about the different classifications of steel. And what they all mean including maybe discussion about Damascus. Steel because that stuff is largely misunderstood. So we'll cover that in the next episode to If you have suggestions for things I should cover in future episodes of tech stuff. Let me know semi message on twitter or facebook. The handle for both is tech stuff. W and I'll talk to you again really soon. Tech stuff is an iheartradio production for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio. App Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows smart is open. Open is smart. Ibm is combining their industry expertise with the open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work. Learn more at IBM DOT com slash..

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"But with this. Yeah, maybe it's just a part of it. Just being more crew central to the plot. Now. Certainly, this is not something I thought about when I watched it. In Junior, high and and and and I'm I'm very forgiving of the film. I think overall. But in retrospect, it does seem like a major blunder. Just, a couple of other notes from Sagan's article because I thought they were interesting and I wanted to mention them one fact he points out. Is that science fiction authors are often quicker to adapt to new scientific knowledge than supposedly true accounts of space are I just WanNa read a quote here. It is satisfying Lee rare to find a science fiction story written today that posits algae farms on the surface of Venus, incidentally, the ufo contact mythologies irs are slower to change, and we can still find accounts of flying saucers from Venus, which is populated by beautiful human beings in long white robes, inhabiting A. A kind of silly therion Garden of Eden the nine hundred degree Fahrenheit temperatures Venus, give us one way of checking. Such story is I do think this kind of interesting people intentionally weaving clearly fake narratives that are meant to be fiction, or often quicker to adapt to new information about the planets and stuff than people trying to tell supposedly true stories are I. Wonder if if this is part of the reason that the John Carter Movie didn't do so well at the box office. Did you ever see this? When it came out? No I didn't you know it's based on the work of. GRACE BOROUGH CIGARETTES EXPERTS SAY William A. Mess for. A very different film It's it's an injury entertaining film, but it is. Bid Is based on this this older pulpy sci-fi vision of Mars and indeed it's based on books that Sagan Discusses in in the paper that we're discussing here saying and loved them. Kid and he's he. He mentioned how he came back to them later and he was like. Is this just is not working? It's magic on me anymore. But he still makes the case for the for the usefulness of science fiction, and not just in wedding, the appetites of young people for Education about real science. The that is part of it I. Want to read a couple of quotes here. The greatest human significance of science fiction may be as thought experiments as attempts to minimize future shock as contemplation. Destinies! This is part of the reason that science fiction has so wide and appeal among young people. It is they who will live in the future. No society on Earth today is well adapted to the earth of one hundred or two hundred years for now if we are wise, enough or lucky enough to survive that long we desperately need an exploration of alternative futures with experimental and conceptual, and later he says quote I think it is not an exaggeration to say that if we survive science, fiction will have made a vital contribution to the continuation and benign evolution of our civilization. I love that I want to touch briefly on the concept of future shock. With a couple older episodes of stuff to blow your mind that dealt with this that I recorded with Julie Douglas back in the day, but this is referring to the book. The nineteen seventy book future shock by Alvin and Heidi Toffler I think Alvin alone credit on the original publication, but his wife rotated with him and they. had. Author Status on subsequent, books. But, it was a very influential book. That is talking talking about just the idea that technology is advancing. And is advancing. You know so swiftly that it. It kind of reduces one to a state of shock. And It's A. It's a little more nuance than that, but that's the basic idea. There's also there's also a wonderful TV documentary. Version of it rated by Orson Welles. That is tremendously entertaining in its in its own right but also kind of hypes everything up a little bit This is funny from the one thousand nine hundred seventies right from our perspective, it seems like technology is only accelerated since then you know especially in the realms of consumer technology, and how much our individual lives have been changed by especially communications technology yeah. I mean I the the concept of future shock I think. You know few years ago. Like basically when I recorded that episode with Julia about it I viewed it more as something that was why archaic or something that was maybe maybe didn't match up with modern reality, but now years later. Now that I'm forty years old I feel future shock a lot more yeah I like I. There's there's enough advanced going on that I'm like Whoa. Hold on a little bit I think at sometimes I feel like things are moving a bit too fast not to criticize technology and the rate of technology, but I wonder you've future shock to whatever extent exists also depends on just how how long you've been in the stream of time you know at. What level of technology you kind of grew. Comfortable with well one thing that I think is interesting about silent running. Is that it in this main character? We've got a character who is a fierce prophet of the woods. He is a priest to the forest in an advocate of the pure undisrupted environment and ecology, but at the same time he's not technophobe. At least like he, he enjoys the company of the robots. Even you can see him being technologically proficient like he reprograms the robots himself and mess around with them and I feel like a lot of nineteen seventies. Visions of the future. I think you would probably see these two tendencies paired against each other have the people who have an affinity for technology and the people who have an affinity for nature, and that's what's in opposition, but the movie actually identifies a different kind of opposition. It's just it's just the preservation of the environment versus the destruction of the environment, and that's that's not really related to whether you also like technology or not like. Can't you easily imagine the horrible remake of this? In which the humans have to protect the forest from the robots who program to destroy the forest right because they wouldn't WanNa be controversial. Probably shop chopping mall meet silent running. Space of course but. I'd watch that terrible in its own right. Well. That does segue into another thing that I want to talk about with regards to this movie, which is the way that environmental conservation and preservation is presented as a public issue in a public debate, so I I think one. Maybe quibble, I would have with this movie. Is that it seems to. A Narrative I think unwittingly, but it does sort of fall into this common narrative, especially of past decades, says human economic prosperity on the one hand. In the preservation of the natural environment on the other hand are goals at odds with one. Another endurance crewmates are fine with a world without forests, and they say why they're fine with it. They basically say because industry you know. The industrialization of the world has made resources plentiful for everybody and everybody has a job, and and you've got everything you need right, so there's like economic prosperity on the one hand, but then you've got the preservation of the forests as this thing in conflict with that and dern resists it. He takes a qualitative. The defends nature for its own sake and revels in the aesthetic qualities of nature over the synthetic landscapes. You know it's all these qualitative judgements. How do you put that crap in your body? You know when you eat that. You want to go back to that You know landscape where you never see a tree. It's all qualitative..

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That's a that's a positive pressure war will further destabilize the Middle East and just play the interests advantages of a rock on which would like to be a P. is to stop the violence. and I think president trump is wise to not fall into that trap of military I've always said Georgia new you know we've been together on this issue probably fifteen years I've always said that war is not the solution in the Middle East the problem exactly jury thanks let's stay in touch this story could still get bigger and bigger Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny Ganz launch negotiations over propose Israeli unity government and the key pulled politician said the focus was on who would lead at first under a rotation deal after failing to secure a clear victory in the second election in six months Netanyahu's Israel's longest serving premier seems to reckon that he can stay in power only by sharing it we'll see what happens there human infections of the deadly virus that's associated with horses as triple bowing to Jersey in just a metal matter of weeks and there's evidence that it spread to thirteen counties in the state the New Jersey department of health says sixty five Miskito samples of tested positive for the eastern equine encephalitis virus also referred to was he he he. Chad story over the weekend celebrity chef Carl Ruiz's best known for his appearances on the Food Network died suddenly Saturday he was only forty four years old the story with that we have in our highlight reel it coast to coast AM dot com researchers have discovered a hidden continent on earth wants not of Lantis they founded while reconstructing the evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which arises with the moon ranges and dips would cease from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas picked up just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way a triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the US armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctors guy what's your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listener's ears of corn welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months we begin with the struggling Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do not all with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit which was a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from constant volcanic activity transform the pundits who it is what it is today a planet that has a day longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what the Japanese spacecraft acted suki. think of the Japanese spacecraft is detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen the circle the globe clearing for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanet Kate to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there on that potential planet because it's around the red WordStar but George finally in the live sky as we mentioned falls in the air the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth short on the twenty eighth.

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KGO 810

"He expressed a desire to attack twenty twenty democratic candidate Beto o'rourke and American news network and join a far right Ukrainian paramilitary group the twenty four year old from Fort Riley was charged in federal court with one count of distributing information related to explosives and weapons of mass destruction. the Iranian leader Hassan Rohani has landed in New York for the UN General Assembly but the Iranian leader won't be allowed to see much of the Big Apple while he is here Iran's president is subject to the same strict travel restrictions imposed on staff at the Iranian mission to the United Nations which happened in July under the restrictions for Hannah you can not venture far from the U. when headquarters which sit on the East River on the eastern side of Manhattan island the US government is granted him special authorization the stay at a hotel however were Haney is due to address the General Assembly and hold a press conference on Wednesday his visit comes during heightened tensions between the United States and Iran and amid speculation about whether he will meet with president Donald Trump or not and have you as you well know the latest issues of course is the bombing of the Saudi Arabian oil feels Y. E. X. the who tease out of Yemen they think or maybe around supplied it they don't know for sure but that's a big issue and of course the rants continuing work toward their new programmers Dr Jerome Corsi author of atomic around Jerry what's what's the latest that were you here in my friend well George I think the there will be no meeting at the United Nations between Iran's Ronnie president trump I don't see any possibility of that although arrange the other nations will ranges so to appear at different times. and with the tensions as high as they are right now I don't think president trump is pursuing any idea neither is a raw on the of the two heads of state meeting so I discount the possibility of of that all together. and I think the tensions are gonna remain high although I do not think president trump is going to authorize quickly or maybe at all a military strike and I'm pleased that there will be no military strike yeah they seem to be a really huge standing back on this one right now the the Saudis are too I would've thought they might have done something by now what I think George around once war they want the truth is these economic sanctions that president trump is imposed on around have been very punishing. right now the more laws the religious leaders controlling around are hard pressed economically within around it that. this is destabilize this leadership internally and that's a that's a positive pressure war will further destabilize the Middle East and just play the interests advantages of Iran which would like to be a P. is to stop the violence and I think president trump is wise to not fall into that trap of militaries I've always said George new you know we've been together on this issue probably fifteen years and I've always said that war is not the solution in the Middle East is the problem exactly jury thanks let's stay in touch this story could still get bigger and bigger Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny Gantz launch negotiations over a proposed Israeli unity government and the key pulled politician so the focus was on who would lead at first under a rotation deal after failing to secure a clear victory in the second election in six months Netanyahu's Israel's longest serving premier seems to reckon that he can stay in power only by sharing it we'll see what happens there human infections of the deadly virus that's associated with horses has tripled our New Jersey in just a metal matter of weeks and there's evidence that it spread to thirteen counties in the state the New Jersey department of health says sixty five Miskito samples of tested positive for the eastern equine encephalitis virus also referred to was he he. sad story over the weekend celebrity chef Carl Ruiz is the best known for his appearances on the Food Network died suddenly Saturday he was only forty four years old the story with that we have in our highlight reel it coast to coast AM dot com researchers have discovered a hidden continent on earth wants not of Lantis they founded while reconstructing the evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which arises with the moon ranges and dips would cease from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas picked up just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way are triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows the United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the US armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor scribe what's your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listeners of the court welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months we begin with astronomy Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do well with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit well George a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures which may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from constant volcanic activity transform the plan is to it is what it is today a planet that has those days longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what a Japanese spacecraft that could simply. other Japanese spacecraft is detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen the circle the globe clearance for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanets Kate to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there one that potential planet because it's around the red dwarf star George finally and allies guy as we mentioned follows in the air the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth George on the twenty eighth because urging and then spectacularly the dark of the moon or new moon this Saturday is the time to see thanks guy objects but this guy.

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KTRH

"The evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which arises with the moon ranges and dips with sees from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas picked up just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way are triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows the United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the US armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor scribe what your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listeners of course welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months but we begin with astronomy Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do not all with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit but George a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures which may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from constant volcanic activity transform the plan is to it what it is today a planet that has a day longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what the Japanese spacecraft acted suki this particular Japanese spacecraft detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen. the circle the globe there in for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanets Kate to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there on that potential planet because it's around the red dwarf star George finally and alive Scott as we mentioned falls in the year the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth George on the twenty eighth because urging then spectacularly the dark of the moon or new moon this Saturday is the time to see thanks guy objects this guy always reminds everyone was remember to.

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which arises with the moon ranges and dips would cease from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas picked up just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way are triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the US armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor sky what your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listeners of the course welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months we begin with astronomy Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do not all with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit which was a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures which may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from constant volcanic activity transform the pundits who it is what it is today a planet that has a day longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what a Japanese spacecraft acted suki. other Japanese spacecraft is detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen the circle the globe player in for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanets Cape to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there on that potential planet because it's around the red WordStar but George finally in the lives guy as we mentioned falls in the year the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth George on the twenty eighth because urging and then spectacularly the dark of the moon or new moon this Saturday is the time to see thanks guy objects doctors guy always reminds everyone always remember to keep your eyes to the skies email me at D. R. skyline doctors got a show at G..

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From the city of angels near the Pacific Ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world I'm George nor you walk of the coast to coast AM later tonight the invisible crime. goodbye summer hello autumn. you just click and click conflict is what's happening. an army soldier has been arrested in Kansas after the F. B. I. said he expressed a desire to attack twenty twenty democratic candidate Beto o'rourke and American news network and join a far right Ukrainian paramilitary groups the twenty four year old from Fort Riley was charged in federal court with one count of distributing information related to explosives and weapons of mass destruction. the Iranian leader Hassan Rohani has landed in New York for the UN General Assembly but the Iranian leader won't be allowed to see much of the Big Apple while he is here Iran's president is subject to the same strict travel restrictions imposed on staff at the Iranian mission to the United Nations which happened in July under the restrictions were Hannah you can not venture far from the U. when headquarters which sit on the East River on the eastern side of Manhattan island the US government is granted him special authorization the stay at a hotel however were Haney is due to address the General Assembly and hold a press conference on Wednesday his visit comes during heightened tensions between the United States and Iran and amid speculation about whether he will meet with president Donald Trump or not and have you as you well know the latest issues of course is the bombing of the Saudi Arabian oil feels Y. E. X. the who tease out of Yemen they think or maybe around supplied it they don't know for sure but that's a big issue and of course the rants continuing work toward their new programmers Dr Jerome Corsi author of atomic around Jerry what's what's the latest what are you here in my friend well George I think the there will be no meeting at the United Nations between Iran's Rohani president trump I don't see any possibility of that although arrange the United Nations will ranges so to appear at different times. and with the tensions as high as they are right now I don't think president trump is pursuing any idea neither is a rock on the of the two heads of state meeting so I discount the possibility of of that all together. and I think the tension to gonna remain high although I do not think president trump is can authorize quickly or maybe at all a military strike and I'm pleased that there will be no military strike yeah they seem to be a really standing back on this one right now the the Saudis are too I would've thought they might have done something by now what I think Georgia ran once war they want the truth is these economic sanctions that president trump is imposed on a rat have been very punishing. and right now the will of the religious leaders controlling around are are hard pressed economically within around that threatens to destabilize this leadership internally and that's a that's a positive pressure war will further destabilize the Middle East and just play the interest vanishes of Iran which would like to be a P. is to stop the violence and I think president trump is wise to not fall into that trap of militaries I've always said George new you know we've been together on this issue probably fifteen years I've always said that war is not the solution in the Middle East the problem exactly jury thanks let's stay in touch this story could still get bigger and bigger Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny Ganz launch negotiations over a proposed Israeli unity government and the key pulled politician so the focus was on who would lead at first under a rotation deal after failing to secure a clear victory in the second election in six months Netanyahu's Israel's longest serving premier seems to reckon that he can stay in power only by sharing it we'll see what happens there human infections of the deadly virus that's associated with horses has tripled our New Jersey in just a metal matter of weeks and there's evidence that it spread to thirteen counties in the state the New Jersey department of health says sixty five Miskito samples of tested positive for the eastern equine encephalitis virus also referred to was E. E. E.. Chad story over the weekend celebrity chef Carl Ruiz is the best known for his appearances on the Food Network died suddenly Saturday he was only forty four years old the story with that we have in our highlight reel it coast to coast AM dot com researchers have discovered a hidden continent on earth wants not of Lantis they founded while reconstructing the evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which rises with the moon ranges and dips would cease from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas picked up just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way are triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the U. S. armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor scribe what your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listeners of the course welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months but we begin with astronomy Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do not all with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit which was a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures which may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from Wisconsin volcanic activity transform the pundits who it is what it is today a planet that has a stay longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what a Japanese spacecraft after its suki. other Japanese spacecraft is detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen the circle the globe player in for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanets key to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there one that potential planet because it's around the red dwarf star but George finally in the live sky as we mentioned follows in the air the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth George on the twenty eighth because urging then spectacularly the dark of the moon or new moon this Saturday a good time to see thanks guy objects but this guy always reminds everyone was remember to keep your eyes to.

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The Food Network died suddenly Saturday he was only forty four years old the story with that we have in our highlight reel it coast to coast AM dot com researchers have discovered a hidden continent on earth wants not of Lantis they founded while reconstructing the evolution of the Mediterranean regions complex geology which arises with the moon ranges and dips with sees from Spain to around it went under about a hundred and forty million years ago. Rachel Nevada they prepared for thirty thousand people the storm area fifty one but the number of visitors that descended on the extraterrestrial town a hundred and fifty miles from Las Vegas peaked at just three thousand allowing authorities on Saturday to begin scaling back operations nothing serious happened at area fifty one by the way are triangular craft recorded by the international space station's live feed covering over earth as let viewers to ask if it's part of the US space for ship who knows United States space for ship is a proposed space warfare service branch of the US armed forces which is intended to have control over military space operations what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor scribe what's your report this week Steven and I George happy equinox to you in the listeners of the court welcome in autumn twenty nineteen and George this is probably some of the best guy observing coming up in the next few months but we begin with astronomy Venus the second planet from the sun is a most inhospitable places many people do well with surface temperatures upwards of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit which was a recent study by astronomers suggests that Venus may have had water on its surface and moderate temperatures which may have even had some primitive life but something dramatic occurred some seven hundred million years ago when massive explosions of CO two from constant volcanic activity transform the pundits who it is what it is today a planet that has a day longer than its year rotating backwards and continuing on Venus George because it'll slowly start to appear in the western sky as it moves into that part of the sky in the fall the brightest of the planets that we can see what the Japanese spacecraft that could suki this particular Japanese spacecraft is detected super wins in the clouds of Venus and they move around the planet the fastest that we've ever seen. the circle the globe there in for Earth Day is but another Sky News George astronomers confirm water vapor in the exoplanets Kate to eighteen be simple is super earth a hundred and ten light years from us but it's more likely that the object does not support life as no measurable surface is there on that potential planet because it's around the red dwarf star George finally in the lives guy as we mentioned follows in the air the moon tomorrow morning as you look into the sky folks just before sunrise the moon glides past the beehive star cluster in the constellation of cancer the crab marketers are necessary a beautiful sight the moon closest to the earth George on the twenty eighth.

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"That. If you were to just materialize on the surface in that environment of nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit and a hundred times atmospheric pressure. You would I be crushed. And then you would probably just burn up completely. One thing we do know about being is that it has lighting. So you might hear under. I wonder what other things like my voice might sound like. On Venus in this area. World that's a mix between gas like atmosphere and water. Almost floating yet. It's not as restrictive as being submerged in water. My voice thunder. It's all lightly muffled and distorted as travels through the atmosphere. Now, we're at home here on earth. We're not gonna stay here for long, but it's worth mentioning the amazing diversity of sound on our planet. The sandy deserts. Lush forests. The sound of the ocean both on the surface. And below. It's a rich soundscape because our ears are perfectly in tune with it more on that later. Now, let's move on to Mars, and here's where it gets interesting. Since Mars has been the subject of so much fascination for thousands of years. It's one of the best places where life might have or could exist sound on Mars. It's going to be the opposite direction of Venus, right because atmosphere on Mars is very very thin compared to earth's and so there's just not very many molecules and sound requires molecules countless movies have been made about Mars, including the Hollywood mega hit the Martian starring stranded astronaut portrayed by Matt Damon movie swam to watch, but it's not the Mars. We know it's very different Mars. We might be. So the real Mars isn't anything like that? But Mars does have an atmosphere OB thin one. So that storm seen wasn't quite accurate. You wouldn't necessarily hear the wind itself. It would hear the dust. That's being picked up, and it would be banging against the base plate of your space. So I enjoyed that movie a lot but the atmosphere as it was shown was was not scientifically that's because H a research, Astro physicist at NASA. Basically, the problem with what you saw in the movie there where the fear is. So thick that it's picking up boulders and knocking things over. It's just it's just not possible. The wind speed can get very high. You know as high as hurricane force at the surface. Sometimes so imagine one hundred mile per hour wind on earth. If he were standing in a hurricane know, obviously, you'd be almost blown off your feet if you were standing on the surface there in Mars put your hand out in that hundred mile per hour wind you'd feel it, but it would feel like a gentle breeze here on the service of. That sounds pretty cool standing in a hurricane. But it only feels like a soft wind, but without a spacesuit you die pretty quickly. You wouldn't die instantaneously, but you'd want to be getting into shelters fast as possible. I the atmosphere pressure is dramatically lower than it is here on the surface of earth. So all the water in your body would attempt to boil basically instantaneously the water covering your eye the water in your mouth, and even the water in your in your cells, and and your blood and that wouldn't kill you right away. But it would be very uncomfortable. Immediately. You could probably survive for a few tens of seconds. Maybe a minute you could potentially get very rapid dose of frostbite on your entire body. But again, you wouldn't necessarily die right away. But it be quick. And how about sound what could we expect to hear our ears aren't really designed to work in that sort of very near vacuum sort of atmosphere. So we wouldn't here too much. Maybe if you were scuffling along on the surface, you could maybe very faintly hear that sound as you were calling at the ground and and gasping for air. The temperature obviously is colder in general. So that drives lower speed of sound. And it seems that a lower speed of sound would tend to lower the pitch make your voice sound deeper. But then the Feerick density would go to raise your pitch. So it seems like the pitch probably balances out. If voices won't carry for how about a piano. Very high pitched high frequency noise at the at the far, right under the piano, you probably wouldn't hear that at all. But maybe the deepest based sounds that the piano makes might be able to just pick those up with the microphone if it was sensitive enough.

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"And you feel more calm, relaxed, less stressed. And we also noticed that there's changes going on in the back of the brain and area bring called the parietal lobe, which actually helps to create our sense of self and has that quiets down. We begin to lose our sense of self that sense of becoming one with the universe, becoming one with God, whatever the particular experiences. So focusing on one thing, I thought it was a try not to focus on anything. Well, that's a different kind of meditation. And so some people actually are trying to clear their mind thoughts or allow whatever thoughts to happen. This is mindfulness the Lao, whatever thoughts pop into your head is. Okay. And then you just kind of focus on it and then let it go. Yeah, one of the goals of Buddhism as I understand it is to achieve some levels of enlightenment, right. So can you tell me about that? Sure, absolutely. So enlightenment is a, you know, when we talk about the big e we talk about the big e enlightenment experiences which where the person is completely transformed by that. And of course you know, we all have these experiences what we call the little e enlightenment experiences because we have that little aha moment we understand how to solve a problem how to how to figure something out at work with a relationship. Now you said it changes your brain, it changes your brain in what way? So, well, the mazing thing about enlightenment experiences is that even though they might last moment it can change the entire way. Somebody thinks changes the different parts of your brain, your emotional parts of your brain, the abstract thought process of your brain, and you suddenly come to a whole new way of thinking about the world. And that's something we don't really understand how it happens from a neuroscientist perspective because normally we think that the brain changes slowly over time, we learn mathematics through all the grades, and we kind of. Develop it slowly. You don't just, you know, suddenly understand how to tactless. Whereas with this, it's like suddenly you get it for the very first time, and it's a very, very powerful life-changing transforming experience. I remember finally learning certain tenets of calculus right in in an instant. Yeah. And with that counters enlightment I would call those the small e enlightenment experiences. They changed the willing to. Right? Because the big experiences change you. They change everything that you are gonna thing about. Exactly. Neil seems like a meditative guy. I don't think you're about the universe. You're a man of the universe. I lead us in the meditation. Don't you You think. think the meditation. Or something, and and and I just see pictures of people, meditating, you know, you go. How do that way? It's a way why can event away. Okay. Every there we go. Okay. So close your eyes. Imagine you're rising up offer surface. You look down. You see the city from whence UK lift up above the class. He see the continent take shape earth. Seeds in front of you. You on a journey towards the sun before you get there, you pass Venus and you glad that we're not under a runaway greenhouse effect the way venuses where it's nine hundred degrees Fahrenheit. Has mercury. The fastest moving planet named for the Roman God, mercury the fastest moving God. You keep going and you reach the surface of the sun. And six thousand degrees you've Apor is..

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"In perspective two billion years of life on earth was enough to get us from deep sea vent life to single cell life you able to get photosynthesis and atmospheric oxygen but you need another one point five billion years of earth life to get to like multicellular life and sexual reproduction so as their big based on the earth model was their life on venus maybe was their sex on venus probably not but maybe maybe okay magin on venus for some reason life evolves faster yeah maybe there's maybe there's a faster mutation rates something like that i want by the end of the episode i wanna be imagining what it could have been like if there was fully volved intelligence ablation on venus that has now just paved over by volcanic activity and we can't see any trace of it well it would be a shame wouldn't it that the planet name for the goddess of love would have never known sexual reproduction who just all a sexual that would be a cruel irony will anyway so we've been exploring this question of whether whether life could have existed on venus in the past but we should transition to talk about whether life exists on venus today yeah because this is where we really get into the the the imagination capturing aspects of of of exploring venus the idea that we could send something there some sort of probe and discover life like actually harness and study and example of of life on another world now you're probably thinking no way to second earlier didn't you say that the surface of venus had ninety times the pressure of earth's atmosphere at the surface and was like five hundred degrees celsius or like nine hundred degrees fahrenheit so you may be thinking skeptically you're not suggesting that life exists on the surface of venus or are you well not on the surface we gotta get our heads in the clouds that's where things become more tolerable at least in terms of modern venus all right we will explore that when we come back from this break hey robert don't you love.

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Feerick acid particles like colloidal sulfuric acid suspended in the atmosphere needless to say you wouldn't wanna breathe it now did we touch on exactly how hot surfaces i'm not sure we did that's worth mentioning be as it's it's it's hotter than you think dad hotter than you think yeah suzanne speaker pointed out that the surface temperature is around nine hundred degrees fahrenheit or four hundred eighty two celsius that is an offense cited fact hot enough to melt lead this these are almost like middle works kind of conditions yeah in another cool thing that she pointed out his okay assume you're on the on the surface you're wearing some sort of high tech suit that prevents you from having to worry about melt or being crushed she points out that walking on the surface would be really weird because it would be like walking be more like walking through a fluid than what we think of as as an atmosphere and this is again due to that high pressure super critical co two so in some aspects some aspects of a fluid would be present as well as some aspects of gas i wonder if that atmospheric density is part of what contributes to the creepy ness of those photos taken by the venero thirteen lander a i don't know like is that queuing something in my eyes to somehow the air look wrong it looks heavier thing yeah i wonder now sneak are also pointed out that one of the biggest mysteries about venus's why it doesn't have plate tectonics and she says that the planet completely resurface sometime in the last billion years and so we have no record of what happened in those first three and a half billion years now this is premised on the fact that venus is basically the same age as the earth that they were created in this planetary accretion process and both plan.

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Almost nine hundred degrees fahrenheit which is all because of a massive greenhouse effect just like the greenhouse effect we hear so much about on earth that is getting a little uncomfortably strong right now but an unbelievably strong greenhouse effect on venus as what makes the climate there so extreme so these earth at risk of having a runaway greenhouse effect leg venus beat venus whose commonly referred to as our sister planet throughout the same size about the same service gravity so why not think about it in other ways yes earth is at risk of a runaway greenhouse in the very long run in fact in the very long run it's almost inevitable that earth will go the way of venus now if you're asking if there is a shortterm threat because of the stuff were putting in the atmosphere imagine if we burned all the fossil fuels every vast amounts of call every last drop of oil could we'd push earth into a vinastar runaway greenhouse and there's a little bit of disagreement there but i think the best models say no we're not in immediate danger of that of course we don't wanna try that experiment because long before we got to where venus like state would be uninhabitable for for us so david thanks for think for conan and help us out on cosmic query from we're talking about science of weather feature my interview with the head of the national oceanic and atmospheric administration kathy solving america's weather and climate predicting in monitoring agency and i i asked her about one of the flashiest weather events she's ever seen.

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"That's how christina started cooking in the absence of friends she had to entertain herself i would come back home from school and i would run back home and i would hate to the bag of the house where there was plenty of cinnamon trees and and we had a large courtyard where my mother had dry was drawing all has spices on zinc fleets and i would just love to feed on my dolls seen i would cut up pulled plants and trees bog send us deal some of my mother's chicken curry and then put them all in the walk in in enough feed my dolls it doesn't cut for dolls anymore she's been a chef at the four seasons both in thailand and bali she's written to cookbooks and she she just classes right here in her home in the seattle set you're going to make a rice pilaf and that will go to make a chicken turnberry delicious a left beats some people hit beats a whole enrico saleh it for today she's just teaching me that tricks of the trade chicken goes in the oven and now we are cooking that she can at four hundred degrees and we have a part of water that inside the oven if you notice and that's going to create the team and you don't get that to gift that she can this delicious tenderness juicy is home continue to have that water in their often in a little kicked hand leakers originally the chicken is coq ten of thunder which is a nine hundred degrees fahrenheit infernal.

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"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"nine hundred degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Go right ahead just try to make sure you never become head of nasa we'll find jobs for you where you can think the world is flat and they'll still pay you for what you're doing so in a free country i don't be people over the head to say whatever they want but if you rise to positions of power and influence and influence and you do not understand what sciences and how and why works that's just the beginning of the end of an informed democracy and that's what we should fear let me ask you about space exploration on last week iran mass company space x raised a rocket launch a satellite into space on what do you think about the future of space exploration because it was interesting to me that mathis budget compared to a lot of other places wasn't cut nearly as much of truth could just by tiny little bit that's correct and so that's a little bit of a of a of a wolf in sheep's clothing there because from from statements that i've seen and heard attend the goal is yes nassar keep exploring the universe meanwhile we will remove all obligation we had previously given you to study earth so there's been talk about removing earth research from the portfolio of nasa and that and that would that's that's that's a recipe for disaster because the earth is a planet and you want to study planets in context we have a plan to our left and has a runaway greenhouse effect venus is nine hundred degrees fahrenheit we were planning to our right mars at once had running liquid water coursing over its surface bone dry today.

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